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Tribe (biology)

About: Tribe (biology) is a(n) research topic. Over the lifetime, 4682 publication(s) have been published within this topic receiving 58983 citation(s). The topic is also known as: tribus.

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01 Aug 1986-Taxon
TL;DR: Two numerical parameters are used to estimate the karyotype asymmetry in twenty-two taxa of the tribe Aveneae (Gramineae) from the Iberian Peninsula and Baleares and when karyograms or idiograms are available.

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Abstract: Summary Two numerical parameters are used to estimate the karyotype asymmetry in twenty-two taxa of the tribe Aveneae (Gramineae) from the Iberian Peninsula and Baleares. The new method is useful when there are only slight differences in karyotype asymmetry and when karyograms or idiograms are available.

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624 citations


Book
01 Jan 1981-
Abstract: This encyclopedic global survey of leguminous root nodulation, the result of 45 years of research by O. N. Allen and Ethel K. Allen, is the only one of its kind, a massive effort incorporating all of the 750 known genera of" Leguminosae," which, in turn, include nearly 20,000 species. The volume contains a comprehensive taxonomic account of the family "Leguminosae" as a framework for the author s census report of the nodulating and non-nodulating genera and species. The main body of the work consists of synopses of 750 leguminous genera arranged alphabetically. Each is described taxonomically within its proper tribe and subfamily, in accordance with accepted classification systems. All of the nodulation data from the survey are further summarized in tabular alphabetical listings of genera under each of the three subfamily categories. Throughout the volume there are previously unpublished personal observations, both those of the authors and of the many scientists whom they have contacted and worked with during their more than four decades of research."

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601 citations


Book ChapterDOI
01 Jan 1987-
TL;DR: The tribe Triticeae Dumort (Hordeae Benth), a festucoid tribe of the family Poaceae (Gramineae), has long been and still is of great economic importance to humanity and contains three of the major cereals, as well as the recently constructed cereal Triticale.

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Abstract: The tribe Triticeae Dumort (Hordeae Benth.), a festucoid tribe of the family Poaceae (Gramineae), has long been and still is of great economic importance to humanity. The tribe contains three of the major cereals — barley, rye and wheat — that have been used since prehistoric times, as well as the recently constructed cereal Triticale. Triticale is a synthetic amphiploid between wheat (Triticum spp.) and rye (Secale spp.) (see Chapter 7). Several other members of the tribe are also important as forage and pasture grasses.

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502 citations



Book
01 Jan 1927-

432 citations


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No. of papers in the topic in previous years
YearPapers
20221
2021170
2020161
2019175
2018151
2017146

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Topic's top 5 most impactful authors

Harry Brailovsky

23 papers, 47 citations

Andrei A. Legalov

17 papers, 86 citations

Maxim Nabozhenko

11 papers, 66 citations

Alfred F. Newton

10 papers, 27 citations

Vladimir M. Gnezdilov

9 papers, 108 citations