|Statement||by John Macoun and N.C. Kindberg.|
|Contributions||Kindberg, N. C. 1832-1910., Geological Survey of Canada.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 microfiches (161 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||161|
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CATALOGUE OF CANADIAN PLANTS Part IV, Endogens [Macoun, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. CATALOGUE OF CANADIAN PLANTS Part IV, EndogensAuthor: John Macoun. Nils Conrad Kindberg (7 August in Karlstad – 23 August in Uppsala) was a Swedish bryologist.. From he studied at Uppsala University, earning his PhD in In he worked as a teacher in Vänersborg, then from to taught classes in natural sciences and mathematics in Linköping.. The moss genus Kindbergia (family Brachytheciaceae) is named in his ity control: BIBSYS: , Botanist: Kindb., . This book, "Catalogue of Canadian plants. Part VI, musci microform", by John Macoun, is a replication of a book originally published before It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as possible. This book was created using print-on-demand technology. Thank you for supporting classic literature. Title. Catalogue of plants, which are sold by Conrad Loddiges and Sons, nurserymen, at Hackney, near London. Related Titles. Other: 13th Ed. By. Conrad, Loddiges & Edition: 12th Ed.
The moss life-cycle starts with a haploid spore that germinates to produce a protonema (pl. protonemata), which is either a mass of thread-like filaments or thalloid (flat and thallus-like). Massed moss protonemata typically look like a thin green felt, and may grow on damp soil, tree bark, rocks, concrete, or almost any other reasonably stable : Embryophytes. Geological Survey of Canada: Catalogue of Canadian plants. Part VI, musci [electronic resource] / (Montreal: W.F. Brown, ), also by John Macoun and N. C. Kindberg (page images at HathiTrust) Geological Survey of Canada: Catalogue of publications of the Geological survey, Canada. His book entitled " Man-itoba and the Great North-west," pages, published privately by technical papers were the Catalogue of Canadian Plants, Part I, Poly- ; Part V, Acrogens, ; Part VI, Musci, ; Part VII, Lichenes and Hepaticae, Professor Macoun resided in Ottawa until , when failing health caused him to move. Online catalogue and free print catalogue. Seed Bank Veseys Seeds York Rd. York, PE, C0A 1P0 Free catalogue. West Coast Seeds A Elliott St. Delta, BC V4K 2Y1 Catalogue free. W. H. Perron Cure-Labelle Blvd. Laval, QC H7P 5S8 on.