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THE ORIGIN OF GARDEN PLANTS AND THE FSU CONTRIBUTION

Recommended Literature

For each is given: 1. Transliterations of the authorís name and title, as it is done in the library catalogs. 2. Authorís and title name English translations.

  1. Basilevskaya, N. A. 1960. Tsentry proiskhozhdenia dekorativnikh rasteniy. V: Evolutsia, Biogeografia, Genetika i Selektsia. Nauka, Moskva. [Basilevskaya, N. A. The centers of origin for ornamental plants].
  2. Coats, A. M. 1968. Flowers and their histories. Adam & Charles Black, London.
  3. DeCandolle, A. 1855. Origin de plant cultivees. G. Bailliere, Paris.
  4. Gerard, J. 1597. Herbal or general historie of plants. John Norton, London.
  5. Hollis, S. & R. K. Brummitt. 1992. World geographical scheme for recording plant distributions. Carnegie University, Pittsburgh.
  6. Hui-Lin Li. 1974. The origin and cultivation shade and ornamental trees. University of Pennsylvania Publ., Philadelphia.
  7. Huxley, A. et al. 1992. The New R.H.S. Dictionary of Gardening. The Macmillan Press, London.
  8. Lipskiy, V. I. 1913. Imperatorskiy Botanicheskiy Sad za 200 let svoego suschestvovaniia. Botanicheskiy Sad Publ., St. Petersburg. [Lipsky, V. I. Emperorís Botanical Garden for 200 years since its establishment].
  9. Mabberley, D. J. 1987. The plant-book. Cambridge University, Cambridge.
  10. Parkinson, J. 1904 (reprint 1629). Paradisi in sole paradisus terrestris. Methuen & Co., London.
  11. Shcherbakova, A. A. (Red.). 1958. Karl Linnei. Nauka, Moskva. [Shcherbakova, A. A. (Ed.). Carolus Linnaeus].
  12. Sokolov, S. IA. I dr. 1965. Geografiia drevesnykx rastenii SSSR. Nauka, Leningrad. [Sokolov, S. Y. et al. Geography of woody plants in the USSR].
  13. Takhtajan, A. L. 1978. Floristicheskie oblasti zemli. Nauka, Leningrad. [Takhtajan, A. L. Floristic regions of the world].
  14. Vavilov, N. I. 1926. Tsentry proiskhozhdenia kulíturnykx rastnii. V: Trudy Prikl. Bot. & Selek. Reprint 1966. V: Genetika i Selektsia. Kolos, Moskva. [Vavilov, N. I. World centers of origin of cultivated plants].
  15. Vavilov, N. I. 1992. Origin and geography of cultivated plants. Cambridge University Press, New York.
  16. Wulff, E. V. 1987. Kulíturnaia flora Zemnogo Shara. VIR, Leningrad. [Wulff, E. V. Global cultivated flora].
  17. Zeven, A. C. & J. M. J. De Wet. 1982. Dictionary of cultivated plants and their regions of diversity. Centre Agr. Public. & Documentation, Wageningen.
  18. Zhukovsky, P. M. 1964. Kulíturnye rasteniia i ikh sorodichi. Kolos, Leningrad. [Zhukovsky, P. M. Cultivated plants and their relatives].
ORNAMENTAL PLANTS FROM RUSSIA
 
 
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