8 edition of A history of the orchid found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Merle A. Reinikka ; with a nomenclatural update by Gustavo A. Romero.|
|Contributions||Romero, Gustavo A., 1955-|
|LC Classifications||SB409 .R37 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 324 p. :|
|Number of Pages||324|
|LC Control Number||95010784|
Mike Waller is an ecologist and botanist who specialises in European orchids. He has worked for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, the Natural History Museum in London, the London Wildlife Trust and Plantlife. Twitter @Britainsorchids Instagram @britains_orchids_book. About Julian Kenny. Julian Kenny was a former professor of zoology at the Trinidad campus of the University of the West Indies. His books include His books include Native Orchids of the Eastern Caribbean; Views from the Bridge (on freshwater fish); Views from the Ridge (exploration in natural history); Flowers of Trinidad and Tobago; and A Naturalist’s Notes: the Biological Diversity of.
The Hardcover of the Orchid: A Cultural History by Jim Endersby at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Genre/Form: Biographies History Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Reinikka, Merle A. History of the orchid. Coral Gables, Fla., University of Miami Press .
Orchids have given me an exceptional amount of pleasure over the years. For decades, it has been my mission to share that joy. Taking part in the creation of this book is the culmination of that desire to nurture and spread appreciation for what I believe to be the most extraordinary family of plants. And finally, a small number of orchids are true terrestrial, meaning they grow in soil like most plants. A bit of orchid history Confucius, the Chinese philosopher, grew orchids in the fifth century BC and wrote a poem about them. Theophrastus, a Greek philosopher and scientist, mentions orchids in his “Essay on Plants” published around.
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This is by far the best book on orchid history ever written. A wealth of information on each historical orchid people that deserve to be there and with their corresponding photo!. It's all here. All the other chapters are simply a delight to read.
A must have for any orchid people with a Cited by: "Orchid: A Cultural History explores the associations that have endowed this flower with significance, and describes how the orchid’s identity has run the gamut from romance and seduction to decadence and by understands the importance of making science accessible to a general audience, and in Orchid he initially grabs readers' attention by emphasizing the plant's historic.
The Book of Orchids revels in the diversity and oddity of these beguiling plants. Six hundred of the world’s most intriguing orchids are displayed, along with life-size photographs that capture botanical detail, as well as information about distribution, peak flowering period, and each species’ unique attributes, both natural and by: 2.
The first recorded mention of orchids is in Inquiry into Plants dated around B.C. by Theophrastus, a student of Aristotle. Dioscorides, a Greek medical botanist, and physician, first identified them clearly as “orchids” in the 1st century, whose De Materia Medica was a standard reference until the Middle s: 4.
A history of the orchid Merle A. Reinikka, Gustavo A. Romero An engaging account of humanity's growing fascination with orchids from ancient times onward, together with a biographical gallery of 50 great scientists, naturalists, and explorers who contributed to our knowledge of orchids.
The History of Orchids: Eurasia, America and Canada are known as the homes of orchid but today they are found almost in every part of the world except for the arid zones. However, there are few arid areas that support the growth of orchids but very few species are native to such locations. Buy A History of the Orchid by Reinikka, Merle A.
(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Inan Englishman named Albert Millican published a memoir of his time spent orchid-hunting in the Andes, Travels and Adventures of an Orchid Hunter. As he travels through the Andes, he meets Native men and women who he disparages and lusts after, respectively.
Book Review:The Orchids: Natural History and Classification. Robert L. Dressler. December The Quarterly Review of Biology. Lee Kavaljian; Read more. Article. Full-text available.
Blood Orchid book. Read 29 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In this ground-shaking, breath-taking cri de coeur, Bowden delves with /5(29). An account of humanity's growing fascination with orchids from ancient times onward, together with a biographical gallery of 50 great scientists, naturalists, and explorers who contributed to our knowledge of orchids.
The nomenclature and bibliography have been updated for this edition/5. About this book. Field Guide to the Orchids of Europe and the Mediterranean is a comprehensive photographic guide to the orchids of the region written by leading experts, who between them have decades of orchid field and research experience.
The book covers 30 genera and their species including Ophrys, Cypripedium, Orchis, Dactylorhiza, Epipactis and Serapias, as well as 70 natural hybrids. About the Book: Orchids of the Maltese Islands contains the most up-to-date information about the orchids of Malta, backed by twelve years of surveying and research by botanist and taxonomist Stephen Mifsud.
The book features: All species occurring in the Maltese Islands, including new species to science described from Malta. The biologists reconstructed the complex evolutionary history of the plants and their pollinators, figuring out which bees pollinated which orchid species and analyzing the.
Expanded from a New Yorker article, this long-winded if well-informed tale has less to do with John Laroche, the “thief,” than it does with our author’s desire to craft a comprehensive natural and social history of what the Victorians called “orchidelirium.” Orlean (Saturday Night, ) piles anecdote upon detail upon anecdote—and keeps on piling them.
Laroche, who managed a plant. Orchid - Orchid - Natural history: The life cycle of an orchid is not essentially different from that of any other flowering plant. When the pollinator leaves one or more pollinia on the stigma, the pollen tubes germinate and grow down the centre of the column to reach the developing ovules in the ovary.
This often causes the sides of the stigma to swell around the stigma and the enclosed. The book follows the events 20 years after those in No Orchids for Miss Blandish, with Ms Blandish's daughter Carol Blandish as the main protagonist, apparently alone and helpless, but with homicidal and aggressive tendencies, who as fate would have it, sets off into the world with unscrupulous people behind her for selfish reasons, and Carol tackling them for survival.
An Unnatural History of America By Charles Bowden, Foreword by William Langewiesche The first book in Charles Bowden’s “Unnatural History of the United States” sextet, Blood Orchid is a dizzying excavation of the violence and corruption at the roots of American society.
September This orchid book is ideal for the beginning orchid grower. As with all of the “Dummies” books, the details are outstanding while the information is presented in an easy-to-understand manner.
For example, one of the interesting facts presented within the book is that there were million orchids sold in the United States in the last year. The intriguing adventures of orchid hunters and the early attempts at orchid identification and classification are described in the pages of Merle A.
Reinikka's A History of the Orchid. Part I of this book offers a glimpse of the important dates, names, and incidents relevant to the historical role of orchids from ancient times to the recent past.
About the book: An engaging account of humanity's growing fascination with orchids from ancient times onward, together with a biographical gallery of 50 great scientists, naturalists, and explorers who /5(7).
The orchid plant family are the largest plant family in the world, so this book’s authors, Professor Mark Chase, (Mark is the Director of the Jodrell Laboratory at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew), Dutch Botanist Dr Maarten Christenhusz, (Maarten has worked for the Finnish Museum of Natural History in Helsinki, the Natural History Museum in London, and also at the Royal Botanic Gardens.
About this book. A heady celebration of the beauty and history of the wild orchid species of the British Isles, embraced in one glorious and kaleidoscopic summer-long hunt by naturalist Jon Dunn.