Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, 1972 - 489 من الصفحات
The first Flora specific to Israel and surrounding areas. Its four parts, each comprising one volume of text and one of plates, treat some 2,470 species to be found at this meeting point of four phytogeographical regions. Many of the species and varieties included are described here for the first time or renamed since the second edition of Post's Flora. The descriptions, with few exceptions, are based on plants deposited in the Herbarium of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
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Acco Plain acute Ammon Annual apex Arava Valley Area of species ascending axillary Batha beak Boiss bracteoles Bracts branched from base caducous Calyx teeth Capsule Carmel Coastal Galilee connate Corolla Dead Sea area deflexed densely dentate Diagn Edom elliptical Esdraelon Plain Euro-Siberian filiform Fruit furrowed Gilead glabrescent glabrous globular hairy Hula Plain hypanthium Inflorescences Involucre Irano-Turanian Jordan Valley Judean Desert Judean Mts keel lanceolate leaflets linear lobes long as calyx long as tube Lower Galilee Lower Jordan Valley lower leaves Mediterranean mericarps Moav Negev oblong obovate obtuse orbicular Ovary ovate ovoid Pedicels Peduncles Petals petiole Philistean Plain Plate procumbent Racemes rarely retuse ribs Saharo-Arabian Samaria Seeds Sepals sessile Sharon Plain Shefela shorter shrubs slightly solitary sparingly Stamens Stems erect stipules style Stylopodium subtending leaves subulate twice as long Umbels Upper and Lower Upper Galilee Upper Jordan Valley upper leaves usually wings yellow