[Taxacom] remaining reprints of Edward E. Terrell

Piero Delprete piero.delprete at ird.fr
Thu Jun 6 10:27:55 CDT 2013


Dear Joe,

Thank you for the reminder. I would like to receive two of each of the 
reprints dealing with Rubiaceae.

My full address to be used for shipment is the following:
Piero G. Delprete
Herbier de Guyane,  IRD - UMR AMAP,
Boite Postale 165, 97323 Cayenne Cedex,
Guyane Francaise, France

Also there is a graduate student at Old Dominion University that might be 
interested, because his thesis topic is on Hedyotis (doctoral student of Tim 
Motley). I don't have his full address. I will contact him, to see if he is 
interested.

Regards,
Piero

Piero G. Delprete - Herbier de Guyane,  IRD - UMR AMAP, Boite Postale 165, 
97323 Cayenne Cedex, Guyane Francaise (French Guiana), France - Tel. [0594] 
0594297250 - http://www.cayenne.ird.fr/aublet2

On Thu, 6 Jun 2013 14:05:58 +0000
  "Kirkbride, Joseph" <Joseph.Kirkbride at ARS.USDA.GOV> wrote:
> Last year, I offered reprints of Ed Terrell, and there are still
>some left. If anyone wants any of the reprints listed below, please
>send me your surface mail address, and I will send them to you free
>of charge.
>
> Dr. Edward E. Terrell died 1 August 2011. He received his Ph.D.
>degree in 1952 from the University of Wisconsin. In 1952-1953, he had
>a Muelhaupt Postdoctoral Fellowship in Botany, Ohio State University.
>From 1954 to 1960, he taught first at Pembroke State College, North
>Carolina and then Guilford College, Greensboro, North Carolina. In
>1960 he started as a plant taxonomist with the USDA Agricultural
>Research Service in Beltsville, Maryland, and retired from there in
>1985.
>
> In graduate school his research was on the North American genera
>Houstonia, Hedyotis, and Oldenlandia (Rubiaceae). At the ARS, he was
>the botanical nomenclaturalist for the agency and worked on grass
>taxonomy. After his retirement, he returned to working full-time on
>the systematics of North American Houstonia, Hedyotis, and
>Oldenlandia.
>
> I am assisting Ed's son, Jonathan Terrell, in arranging Ed's
>botanical materials. He left reprints of many of his publications.
>Below is a list of Ed's reprints that are available. If you want any
>of these reprints, please send me a list of the ones that you want
>and your full mailing address, and I will send them to you free of
>charge.
>
> Joe K
>
> Joseph H. Kirkbride, Jr.
> USDA-ARS, U.S. National Arboretum
>Floral & Nursery Plants Research Unit
> 3501 New York Avenue NE
> Washington, DC 20002-1958 USA
> Tel.: 202-245-4534
> Cell: 301-602-6958
>FAX: 202-245-5973
> E-mail:
>joseph.kirkbride at ars.usda.gov<mailto:joseph.kirkbride at ars.usda.gov>
> +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
>
> Terrell, E.E. Vascular flora of Clinton County, Ohio. Ohio J. Sci.
>55: 215 -240. 1955. 6 copies
>
> Terrell, E.E. Striga asiatica and Chrysoma pauciflosculosa in the
>Carolinas. Rhodora 60: 289 -291. 1958. 19 copies
>
> Terrell, E.E. A revision of the Houstonia purpurea group
>(Rubiaceae). Rhodora 61: 157 -180; 188 -207. 1959. 12 copies
>
> Lewis, W.H. and E.E.Terrell. Chromosomal races in eastern North
>American.species of Hedyotis (Houstonia). Rhodora 64: 313 -323. 1962.
>7 copies
>
> Terrell, E.E. Symbols and terms for morphological intergradation and
>hybridization. Taxon 12: 105 -108. 1963. 11 copies
>
> Terrell, E.E. Natural hybrids of Sphenopholis obtusata X Trisetum
>pensylvanicum (Gramineae). Amer. J. Bot. 50: 638. 1963. (abstract). 1
>copy
>
> Terrell, E.E. Meadow fescue: Festuca elatior L. or F. pratensis
>Hudson? Brittonia 19: 129 -132. 1967. 10 copies
>
> Terrell, E.E. Notes on Festuca arundinacea and F. pratensis in the
>United States. Rhodora 70: 564 -568. 1968. 9 copies
>
> Murphy, H.C., K. Sadanaga, F.J. Zillinsky, E.E. Terrell, and R.T.
>Smith. Avena magna, an important new tetraploid species of oats.
>Science 159: 103 -104. 1968. 13 copies
>
> Terrell, E.E. A taxonomic revision of the genus Lolium. U.S.D.A.
>Tech. Bull. 1392. 65 pp. 1968. 21 copies
>
> Terrell, E.E. Biometric and taxonomic uses of cellulose acetate
>plastic. Rhodora 70: 552 -558. 1968. 4 copies
>
> Terrell, E.E. Notes on Festuca arundinacea and F. pratensis in the
>United States. Rhodora 70: 564 -568. 1968. 9 copies
>
> Terrell, E.E. Check list of scientific names of introduced
>agricultural grasses. I. Tribe Triticeae (Hordeae). U.S.D.A. ARS 34
>-116. 16 pp. 1970. 1 copy
>
> Terrell, E.E. Spring flora of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal area,
>Washington, D.C. to Seneca, Maryland. Castanea 35: 1 -26. 1970. 43
>copies
>
> Terrell, E.E. Survey of occurrences of liquid or soft endosperm in
>grass genera. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 98: 264 -268. 1971. 10 copies
>
> Terrell, E.E. and H.F.Winters. Changes in scientific names for
>certain crop plants. HortScience 9: 324 -325. 1974. 11 copies
>
> Terrell, E.E. and H. Robinson. Luziolinae, a new subtribe of oryzoid
>grasses. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 101: 235 -245. 1974. 24 copies
>
> Terrell, E.E. The correct names for pearl millet and yellow foxtail.
>Taxon 25: 297-304. 1976. 1 copy
>
> Terrell, E.E. The name for the tomato. Taxon 26: 129 -131. 1977. 12
>copies
>
> Terrell, E.E., W.H.P. Emery, and H. Beaty. Observations on Zizania
>texana (Texas wildrice), an endangered species. Bull. Torrey Bot.
>Club 105: 50 -57. 1978. 7 copies
>
> Terrell, E.E. Taxonomic notes on Houstonia purpurea var. montana
>(Rubiaceae). Castanea 43: 25 -29. 1978. 13 copies
>
> Terrell, E.E. New species and combinations in Houstonia (Rubiaceae).
>Brittonia 31: 164 -169. 1979. 19 copies
>
> Terrell, E.E. and W.P. Wergin. Scanning electron microscopy and
>energy dispersive x-ray analysis of leaf epidermis in Zizania
>(Gramineae). Scanning Electron Microscopy /1979/III: 81 -88. 1979. 10
>copies
>
> Terrell, E.E. Two new species and a new combination in Houstonia
>(Rubiaceae) from Mexico. Brittonia 32: 490 -494. 1980. 25 copies
>
> Terrell, E.E. and L.R. Batra. Zizania latifolia and Ustilago
>esculenta, a grass-fungus association. Econ. Bot. 36: 274 -285. 1982.
>6 copies
>
> Terrell, E.E., C.R. Broome, and J.L. Reveal. Proposal to conserve
>the name of the tomato as Lycopersicon esculentum Miller and reject
>the combination Lycopersicon lycopersicum (L.) Karsten (Solanaceae).
>Taxon 32: 310 -314. 1983. 11 copies
>
> Terrell. E.E. and S.W.T. Batra. Insects collect pollen of eastern
>wildrice, Zizania aquatica (Poaceae). Castanea 49: 31 -34.1984. 25
>copies
>
>Fosberg, F.R. and E.E. Terrell. A recently established exotic in west
>Florida and Alabama (Hedvotis salzmannii or Oldenlandia salzmannii
>Rubiaceae). Castanea 50: 49 -51. 1985. 24 copies
>
> Terrell, E.E., W.H. Lewis, H. Robinson, and J.W. Nowicke.
>Phylogenetic implications of diverse seed types, chromosome numbers,
>and pollen morphology in Houstonia (Rubiaceae). Amer. J. Bot. 73: 103
>-115. 1986. 8 copies
> Terrell, E. E. Nomenclatural notes on Hedyotis rosea Rafinesque and
>a new combination in Houstonia. Rhodora 88: 389-397. 1986. 11 copies
>
> Terrell, E. E. Updating scientific names for introduced germplasm of
>economically important plants. Acta Horticulturae 182: 293-300. 1986.
>5 copies
> Terrell, E. E. Taxonomic and nomenclatural notes on Houstonia
>nigricans (Rubiaceae). Sida 11: 471-481. 1986. 8 copies
> Terrell, E. E. Carterella (Rubiaceae), new genus from Baja
>California, Mexico. Brittonia 39: 248-252. 1987. 10 copies
> Reveal, J. L., C. E. Jarvis, and E. E. Terrell. Typification of
>sugarcane, Saccharum officinarum L. Taxon 38: 95-97. 1989. 16 copies
> Terrell, E. E. and D. H. Lorence. Hedyotis galeottii (Rubiaceae),
>new combination for a Mexican species. Phytologia 66: 1-4. 1989. 19
>copies
> Terrell, E. E. Synopsis of Oldenlandia (Rubiaceae) in the United
>States. Phytologia 125-133. 1990. 6 copies
> Terrell, E. E. and W. H. Lewis. Oldenlandiopsis (Rubiaceae), a new
>genus from the Caribbean Basin, based on Oldenlandia callitrichoides
>Grisebach. Brittonia 42: 185-190. 1990. 12 copies
> Terrell, E. E. Overview and annotated list of North American species
>of Hedyotis, Houstonia, Oldenlandia (Rubiaceae) and related genera.
>Phytologia 71: 212-243. 1991. 9 copies
> Terrell, E. E. and S. D. Koch. A new species of Bouvardia
>(Rubiaceae) from Mexico, and transfer of Hedyotis xestosperma to
>Bouvardia. Novon 4: 179-182. 1994. 7 copies
> Terrell, E. E. A new species of Hedyotis (Rubiaceae) from Jalisco,
>Mexico. Novon 6: 128-130. 1996.  12 copies
> Terrell, E. E., P.M.Peterson, J.L.Reveal, and M.R.Duvall. Taxonomy
>of North American species of Zizania (Poaceae). Sida 17: 533-549.
>1997. 24 copies
> Terrell, E. E., P. M. Peterson, and W. P. Wergin. Epidermal features
>and spikelet micromorphology in Oryza and related genera (Poaceae:
>Oryzeae). Smithsonian Contributions to Botany 91. 50 pp. 2001. [publ.
>Feb.] 3 copies
> Terrell, E. E. Taxonomy of Stenaria (Rubiaceae: Hedyotideae), a new
>genus ncluding Hedyotis nigricans. Sida 19: 591-614. 2001. 10 copies
> Terrell, E. E. Stenotis (Rubiaceae), a new segregate genus from
> Baja California, Mexico. Sida 19: 899-911. 2001. 18 copies
> Terrell, E. E. Taxonomic review of Houstonia acerosa and H. palmeri,
>with notes on Hedyotis and Oldenlandia (Rubiaceae). Sida 19: 913-922.
>2001. 16 copies
> Terrell, E. E. and R. P. Wunderlin. Seed and fruit characters in
>selected Spermacoceae and comparison with Hedyotideae (Rubiaceae).
>Sida 20: 549-557. 2002. 37 copies
> Terrell, E. E. and H. Robinson. Seed and capsule characters in
>Arcytophyllum, Bouvardia, and Manettia (Rubiaceae), with notes on A.
>serpyllaceum. Sida 21: 911-927. 2004. 2 copies
> Terrell, E. E., H. Robinson, W. L. Wagner, and D. H. Lorence.
>Resurrection of genus Kadua for Hawaiian Hedyotideae (Rubiaceae),
>with emphasis on seed and fruit characters and notes on the South
>Pacific species. Systematic Botany 30: 818-833. 2005. 8 copies
> Terrell, E. E. and H. Robinson. Taxonomy of North American species
>of Oldenlandia (Rubiaceae). Sida 22: 305-329. 2006. 3 copies
> Terrell, E. E. Relationships of Houstonia prostrata (Rubiaceae) of
>Mexico and Arizona and a review of Houstonia subgenera and sections.
>J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 1: 109-119. 2007. 12 copies
> Terrell, E. E. and H. Robinson. Seed and capsule morphology in six
>genera of Hedyotideae (Rubiaceae): Thecagonium, Neanotis, Dentella,
>Kohautia, Pentodon, and Oldenlandiopsis. J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 1:
>373-384. 2007. 1 copy
> Terrell, E. E. and H. Robinson. A new genus, Mexotis, for five
>Mexican species of Hedyotideae (Rubiaceae). J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas
>3: 59-70. 2010. 27 copies
> Terrell, E. E. and P. M. Peterson. Annotated list of Maryland
>grasses (Poaceae). J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 3: 905-919. 2010. 13
>copies
> Terrell, E. E.  and H. Robinson. Taxonomic notes on the genera
>Stenotis and Carterella (Rubiaceae) and transfer of Hedyotis greenei
>to Stenotis. J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 4: 619-623. 2010. 30 copies
> Terrell, E. E. and H. Robinson. Transfer of Hedyotis intricata to
>Arcytophyllum (Rubiaceae). J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 4: 625-626. 2010.
>28 copies
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Piero G. Delprete - Herbier de Guyane,  IRD - UMR AMAP, Boite Postale 165, 
97323 Cayenne Cedex, Guyane Francaise (French Guiana), France - Tel. [0594] 
0594297250 - http://www.cayenne.ird.fr/aublet2




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