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dc.contributor.authorLandolt, Elias
dc.contributor.authorSchmidt Mumm, Udo
dc.contributor.editorBetancur, Julio
dc.contributor.editorGaleano, Gloria
dc.contributor.editorAguirre Ceballos, Jaime
dc.descriptionilustraciones, fotografías, mapas
dc.description.abstractLas Lemnaceae son una familia de plantas acuáticas errantes caracterizadas por la reducción de sus órganos y la poca diferenciación morfológica. La familia consta de cinco géneros y 37 especies y presenta una distribución casi cosmopolita. En Colombia se presentan los cinco géneros (Landoltia, Lemna, Spirodela, Wolffia, Wolffiella) y 15 especies. Las plantas se encuentran con mayor frecuencia en el altiplano de Cundinamarca, en el valle del río Magdalena y en las regiones situadas hacia el norte del país. Se presentan claves de identificación, descripciones, comentarios taxonómicos y mapas de distribución para todas las especies. (texto tomado de la fuente)
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dc.publisherUniversidad Nacional de Colombia. Facultad de Ciencias. Instituto de Ciencias Naturales
dc.relation.ispartofseriesFlora de Colombia;24
dc.subject.ddc580 - Plantas::581 - Temas específicos en historia natural de las plantas
dc.description.notesThe Lemnaceae are a family of free floating hydrophytes characterized by their reduction of organs and morphological differentiation. The family comprises five genera and 37 species of near-cosmopolitan distribution. All five genera (Landoltia, Lemna, Spirodela, Wolffia, Wolffiella) and 15 species are known to occur in Colombia. The plants are most frequent in the highlands of Cundinamarca, in the Magdalena Valley, and in the northern regions. Identification keys, descriptions, taxonomic comments, and distribution maps for all species are included.
dc.contributor.corporatenameUniversidad Nacional de Colombia. Instituto de Ciencias Naturales
dc.identifier.instnameUniversidad Nacional de Colombia
dc.identifier.reponameRepositorio Institucional Universidad Nacional de Colombia
dc.publisher.departmentSede Bogotá
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dc.subject.lembTaxonomía vegetal
dc.subject.lembFisiología vegetal
dc.subject.lembPlantas tropicales
dc.subject.proposalFlora de Colombia, Landoltia, Lemna, Lemnaceae, Spirodela, Wolffia, Wolffiella
dc.subject.proposalColombian flora, Landoltia, Lemna, Lemnaceae, Spirodela, Wolffia, Wolffiella
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