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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: DODO PR, 696 Seiten, L=216mm, B=140mm, H=39mm, Gew.=871gr, [GR: 26000 - TB/Mathematik/Naturwissenschaften/Technik/Medizin], [SW: - Science], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: STANDARDIZED PLANT NAMES SECOND EDITION A Revised and Enlarged Listing of Approved Scientific and Common Names of Plants and Plant Products in American Commerce or Use Prepared for the AMERICAN JOINT COMMITTEE ON laORTICULTURAL NOMENCLATURE by its Editorial Committee HARLAN P. KELSEY AND WILLIAM A. DAYTON HARRISBURG, PA. J. HORACE McFARLAND COMPANY FOR AMERICAN JOIN. T COMMITTEE ON HORTICULTURAL NOMENCLATURE 1942 COPYRIGHT, 1942, BY AMERICAN JOINT CO1VTMITTEE ON HORTICULTURAL NOMENCLATURE Organized 1914 J. HORACE McFAHXAND, Chairman P. TCRXLSEY, Secretary - Treasurer Organization of the American Joint Committee on Horticultural Nomenclature AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF NURSERYMEN ORNAMENTAL GROWERS ASSOCIATION AMERICAN SOCIETY OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS AMERICAN PBLARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PARK EXECUTIVES SOCIETY OF AMERICAN FLORISTS ANT ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURISTS in Cooperation AMARYLLIS SOCIETY AMERICAN POMOLOGICAL SOCIETY BEGONIA SOCIETY AMERICAN ROSE SOCIETY AMERICAN DAHLIA SOCIETY AMERICAN SEED TRAI E ASSOCIATION AMERICAN FORESTRY ASSOCIATION AMERICAN SWEET PEA SOCIETY AMERICAN GLADIOLUS SOCIETY CAMELLIA SOCIETY OF AMERICA AMERICAN IRIS SOCIETY CHRYSANTHEMUM SOCIETY OF AMERICA AMERICAN PEONY SOCIETY NORTHERN NTJT GROWERS ASSOCIATION With the Active Assistance of Many Sections of THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE J. HORACE 3v cFA. i Axi COMPANY HAJRJUSBUB. O, PA. PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION r 1 1HE purpose of STANDARDIZED PLANT NAMES I is to bring intelligent order out of the chaos in --names of plants and plant products existing the world over. Such standardization, supported by adequate authority, - will not only promote satis factory understandingbetween those who sell and those who buy, but will also improve the multifari ous relations, scientific, educational and social, into which the advancing plant consciousness of America has grown. The preface to the first edition of STANDABDIZED PLANT NAMES, published in 1923, stated the general principles and the historical background guiding its development. The quotations from that edition which follow adequately set forth the basis of this new and greatly enlarged edition. The American Joint Committee on Horticultural Nomen clature was formed in 1915 by committees of the American Association of Nurserymen and of the Ornamental Growers Association. Purposes. As first constituted, the stated purpose of the Committee was to make buying easy by bringing about so far as practicable, the consistent use of a single standardized scientific name, and a single standardized common name for every tree, shrub, and plant in American commerce. . . . To establish ... A well-organized mechanism for the registration and identification of horticultural varieties, and the adoption of standard rules of nomenclature for the guidance of those naming horticultural varieties. To further clarify the need for STANDARDIZED PLANT NAMES the Statement of the Problem, as first set forth in 1917, was worded as follows Practical Importance of Stability in Nomenclature. The confusion of names in the horticultural plant world is at present so great as to clog popular plant knowledge and actually to limit to no small degree the use of certain trees, shrubs, and flowers in our American plantings. The con sequent loss to the tradesman and planter is obvious. For example, take the common Virginia Creeper We find thiscatalogued in 1916 under no less than six Lathi binomials Ampelopsis quinquefolia, A. virginica, Parihenocissus quin quefolia. P. virginica, Vitis hederacea, and Psedera quinque folia, wnile as common names we have Woodbine, American Woodbine, Virginia Creeper, American Ivy, Common Vir ginia Creeper, Virginian Creeper, Wild Woodvine, and Five fingered Ivy... STANDARDIZED PLANT NAMES SECOND EDITION A Revised and Enlarged Listing of Approved Scientific and Common Names of Plants and Plant Products in American Commerce or Use Prepared for the AMERICAN JOINT COMMITTEE ON laORTICULTURAL NOMENCLATURE by its Editorial Committee HARLAN P. KELSEY AND WILLIAM A. DAYTON HARRISBURG, PA. J. HORACE McFARLAND COMPANY FOR AMERICAN JOIN. T COMMITTEE ON HORTICULTURAL NOMENCLATURE 1942 COPYRIGHT, 1942, BY AMERICAN JOINT CO1VTMITTEE ON HORTICULTURAL NOMENCLATURE Organized 1914 J. HORACE McFAHXAND, Chairman P. TCRXLSEY, Secretary - Treasurer Organization of the American Joint Committee on Horticultural Nomenclature AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF NURSERYMEN ORNAMENTAL GROWERS ASSOCIATION AMERICAN SOCIETY OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS AMERICAN PBLARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PARK EXECUTIVES SOCIETY OF AMERICAN FLORISTS ANT ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURISTS in Cooperation AMARYLLIS SOCIETY AMERICAN POMOLOGICAL SOCIETY BEGONIA SOCIETY AMERICAN ROSE SOCIETY AMERICAN DAHLIA SOCIETY AMERICAN SEED TRAI E ASSOCIATION AMERICAN FORESTRY ASSOCIATION AMERICAN SWEET PEA SOCIETY AMERICAN GLADIOLUS SOCIETY CAMELLIA SOCIETY OF AMERICA AMERICAN IRIS SOCIETY CHRYSANTHEMUM SOCIETY OF AMERICA AMERICAN PEONY SOCIETY NORTHERN NTJT GROWERS ASSOCIATION With the Active Assistance of Many Sections of THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE J. HORACE 3v cFA. i Axi COMPANY HAJRJUSBUB. O, PA. PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION r 1 1HE purpose of STANDARDIZED PLANT NAMES I is to bring intelligent order out of the chaos in --names of plants and plant products existing the world over. Such standardization, supported by adequate authority, - will not only promote satis factory understandingbetween those who sell and those who buy, but will also improve the multifari ous relations, scientific, educational and social, into which the advancing plant consciousness of America has grown. The preface to the first edition of STANDABDIZED PLANT NAMES, published in 1923, stated the general principles and the historical background guiding its development. The quotations from that edition which follow adequately set forth the basis of this new and greatly enlarged edition. The American Joint Committee on Horticultural Nomen clature was formed in 1915 by committees of the American Association of Nurserymen and of the Ornamental Growers Association. Purposes. As first constituted, the stated purpose of the Committee was to make buying easy by bringing about so far as practicable, the consistent use of a single standardized scientific name, and a single standardized common name for every tree, shrub, and plant in American commerce. . . . To establish ... A well-organized mechanism for the registration and identification of horticultural varieties, and the adoption of standard rules of nomenclature for the guidance of those naming horticultural varieties. To further clarify the need for STANDARDIZED PLANT NAMES the Statement of the Problem, as first set forth in 1917, was worded as follows Practical Importance of Stability in Nomenclature. The confusion of names in the horticultural plant world is at present so great as to clog popular plant knowledge and actually to limit to no small degree the use of certain trees, shrubs, and flowers in our American plantings. The con sequent loss to the tradesman and planter is obvious. For example, take the common Virginia Creeper We find thiscatalogued in 1916 under no less than six Lathi binomials Ampelopsis quinquefolia, A. virginica, Parihenocissus quin quefolia. P. virginica, Vitis hederacea, and Psedera quinque folia, wnile as common names we have Woodbine, American Woodbine, Virginia Creeper, American Ivy, Common Vir ginia Creeper, Virginian Creeper, Wild Woodvine, and Five fingered Ivy...

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STANDARDIZED PLANT NAMES SECOND EDITION A Revised and Enlarged Listing of Approved Scientific and Common Names of Plants and Plant Products in American Commerce or Use Prepared for the AMERICAN JOINT COMMITTEE ON laORTICULTURAL NOMENCLATURE by its Editorial Committee HARLAN P. KELSEY AND WILLIAM A. DAYTON HARRISBURG, PA. J. HORACE McFARLAND COMPANY FOR AMERICAN JOIN. T COMMITTEE ON HORTICULTURAL NOMENCLATURE 1942 COPYRIGHT, 1942, BY AMERICAN JOINT CO1VTMITTEE ON HORTICULTURAL NOMENCLATURE Organized 1914 J. HORACE McFAHXAND, Chairman P. TCRXLSEY, Secretary - Treasurer Organization of the American Joint Committee on Horticultural Nomenclature AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF NURSERYMEN ORNAMENTAL GROWERS ASSOCIATION AMERICAN SOCIETY OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS AMERICAN PBLARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PARK EXECUTIVES SOCIETY OF AMERICAN FLORISTS ANT ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURISTS in Cooperation AMARYLLIS SOCIETY AMERICAN POMOLOGICAL SOCIETY BEGONIA SOCIETY AMERICAN ROSE SOCIETY AMERICAN DAHLIA SOCIETY AMERICAN SEED TRAI E ASSOCIATION AMERICAN FORESTRY ASSOCIATION AMERICAN SWEET PEA SOCIETY AMERICAN GLADIOLUS SOCIETY CAMELLIA SOCIETY OF AMERICA AMERICAN IRIS SOCIETY CHRYSANTHEMUM SOCIETY OF AMERICA AMERICAN PEONY SOCIETY NORTHERN NTJT GROWERS ASSOCIATION With the Active Assistance of Many Sections of THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE J. HORACE 3v cFA. i Axi COMPANY HAJRJUSBUB. O, PA. PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION r 1 1HE purpose of STANDARDIZED PLANT NAMES I is to bring intelligent order out of the chaos in --names of plants and plant products existing the world over. Such standardization, supported by adequate authority, - will not only promote satis factory understandingbetween those who sell and those who buy, but will also improve the multifari ous relations, scientific, educational and social, into which the advancing plant consciousness of America has grown. The preface to the first edition of STANDABDIZED PLANT NAMES, published in 1923, stated the general principles and the historical background guiding its development. The quotations from that edition which follow adequately set forth the basis of this new and greatly enlarged edition. The American Joint Committee on Horticultural Nomen clature was formed in 1915 by committees of the American Association of Nurserymen and of the Ornamental Growers Association. Purposes. As first constituted, the stated purpose of the Committee was to make buying easy by bringing about so far as practicable, the consistent use of a single standardized scientific name, and a single standardized common name for every tree, shrub, and plant in American commerce. . . . To establish ... A well-organized mechanism for the registration and identification of horticultural varieties, and the adoption of standard rules of nomenclature for the guidance of those naming horticultural varieties. To further clarify the need for STANDARDIZED PLANT NAMES the Statement of the Problem, as first set forth in 1917, was worded as follows Practical Importance of Stability in Nomenclature. The confusion of names in the horticultural plant world is at present so great as to clog popular plant knowledge and actually to limit to no small degree the use of certain trees, shrubs, and flowers in our American plantings. The con sequent loss to the tradesman and planter is obvious. For example, take the common Virginia Creeper We find thiscatalogued in 1916 under no less than six Lathi binomials Ampelopsis quinquefolia, A. virginica, Parihenocissus quin quefolia. P. virginica, Vitis hederacea, and Psedera quinque folia, wnile as common names we have Woodbine, American Woodbine, Virginia Creeper, American Ivy, Common Vir ginia Creeper, Virginian Creeper, Wild Woodvine, and Five fingered Ivy...

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781406771374
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1406771376
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Publishing year: 2007
Publisher: DODO PR
696 Pages
Weight: 0,871 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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