nomenclature pf cultivated Japanese flowering cherries (Prunus) the Sato-zakura group by Roland M. Jefferson

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Statementby Roland M. Jefferson and Kay Kazue Wain.
SeriesNational Arboretum Contribution -- No.5
ContributionsWain, Kay Kazue.
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Paginationvi,44p. ;
Number of Pages44
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5, 44 pp. Japanese flowering cherries are grown all over the temperate world. Wherever they occur, nomenclature problems exist. The nomenclature of cultivated Japanese flowing cherries (Prunus): the Sato-zakura group by Jefferson, Roland M; Wain, Kay KazuePages: Title.

The nomenclature of cultivated Japanese flowing cherries (Prunus): the Sato-zakura group / Related Titles. Series: National Arboretum contribution ; no. With the cherry blossoms in full bloom it is a good moment to point out that the standard reference book on Japanese Flowering Cherries by Wybe Kuitert, with Arie Peterse, with a foreword by Roy Lancaster, is now free and authorized available online.

Front cover with Prunus ‘Taoyame’, photo by Arie Peterse (Source: Wybe Kuitert, ). Flowering cherries (members of Prunus subgenus Cerasus, Rosaceae) are the most popular ornamental trees in Japan, and have been cultivated for more than 1, years (Flower Association of Japan. The nomenclature of cultivated Japanese flowing cherries (Prunus): the Sato-zakura group /Cited by: 3.

The Unknown Origin of Japanese Garden Cherries No fewer than cherries are described in the Manual of Japanese Flowering Cherries by the Flower Association of Japan. Japanese Flowering Cherries Hardcover – March 1, Not only invaluable for horticulturists and botanists interested in nomenclature pf cultivated Japanese flowering cherries book culture and breeding of these flowering trees, but also an important text for those wishing greater insight into Japanese history in general.

Read more. by: The flowering cherries, or sakura, have been an integral part of Japanese culture for centu-ries. “Japanese flowering cherries” is a general term for a taxonomically complex group of plants that includes several well-known taxa such as Prunus subhirtella (Higan cherry), Japanese Flowering Cherries —A Year-Long Love Affair Anthony S.

Aiello. Most of the flowering cherries at Keele originated in Japan where cherries have been cultivated for nomenclature pf cultivated Japanese flowering cherries book thousand years or more.

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Written by horticultural botanists at the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, this book covers the naming of wild plants, plants modified by humans, why plant names change, their pronunciation and hints to help remember them, along with updated Pages: Prunus ×yedoensis Matsum.

‘Somei-yoshino’ is the most common and widespread cultivar of the ornamental flowering cherries. We hereby report its complete chloroplast (cp) genome sequences. The nomenclature of cultivated Japanese flowing cherries (Prunus): the Sato-zakura group (Book, ) [] Your list has reached the maximum number of items.

Please create a new list. Clone identification in flowering cherry cultivars hypervariability, which make th em ideal for diverse applica-tions (Goldstein and Schlötterer ).

They have therefore found widespread use for ide ntifying clones within cultivars of many fruit tree species that are closely related to the Japanese flowering cherry. These include sweet. Species and varieties in the National Collection of Flowering Cherries at.

Keele University. In the past it has often been the practice to attach the names of Japanese flowering cherries of garden It is also in use in recent Japanese literature and is compliant with the International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants.

Rob has written scientific papers, a booklet on Japanese Flowering Cherries and contributed to other horticultural books. Peter Lumley was formerly a Senior Horticultural Botanist at the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne. He was also the senior author on the two previous editions of Plant : Roger Spencer, Rob Cross, Peter Lumley.

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This is why many flower ornamental cherries, which differ not only in flower color but also ‘flowering time,’ have been propagated and cultivated in Japan (Kawasaki, ).

However, the long history of cultivation of flowering cherries has caused significant confusion over names and by: 2. This eighth edition of the International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants () replaces the seventh edition of the Code which was published in February as Acta Horticulturae Vol.

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cultivated species or cultivars (Jefferson and Wain, ; Noteutt and Notcutt, ). In fact, it has been proposed that species designations for some of the cultivated Japanese flowering cherries be abolished in favor of the designation "Sato-zakura group" (Jefferson and Wain, ), which would.

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Prunus × yedoensis, Prunus × yedoensis 'Somei-yoshino' or Yoshino cherry (Japanese: 染井吉野 Somei Yoshino) (synonym Cerasus × yedoensis) is a hybrid cherry of between Prunus speciosa (Oshima zakura) as father plant and Prunus pendula f.

ascendens (Edo higan) as mother. It occurs as a natural or artificial hybrid in Japan and is now one of the most popular and widely planted cultivated Family: Rosaceae. Introduction. Flowering cherries (members of Prunus subgenus Cerasus, Rosaceae) are the most popular ornamental trees in Japan, and have been cultivated for more than 1, years (Flower Association of JapanKuitert ).There are more than traditional cultivars in Japan (Kobayashi ), which mainly differ in flower color, form, size and number of by:   Plant Names is a plain English guide to the use of plant names and the conventions for writing them as governed by the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature and the International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated covers the naming of wild plants, plants modified by humans, why plant names change, their pronunciation and hints to help remember by: 1.

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They include both the seven wild species and the hundreds of forms and cultivars known for centuries as sato-zakura. Japanese flowering cherry (Prunus subgenus Cerasus) cultivars, which are characterized by beautiful flowers, have been developed through hybridization among wild Prunus taxa.

The long history of cultivation has caused significant confusion over the origins of these cultivars. We conducted molecular analysis using nuclear simple sequence repeat (SSR) polymorphisms to trace Cited by: japanese flowering cherries Download japanese flowering cherries or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.

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Page Chapter 3 Observing and Classifying Cherries To take full advantage of the best that Japanese flowering cherries have to offer, it is necessary to be able to recognize each cultivar.

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Cultivated plant taxonomy is the study of the theory and practice of the science that identifies, describes, classifies, and names cultigens—those plants whose origin or selection is primarily due to intentional human activity. Cultivated plant taxonomists do, however, work with all kinds of plants in cultivation.

Cultivated plant taxonomy is one part of the study of horticultural botany. A cherry blossom is a flower of many trees of genus most well-known species is the Japanese cherry, Prunus serrulata, which is commonly called sakura (桜 or 櫻; さくら). They are widely distributed, especially in the temperate zone of the Northern Hemisphere including Japan, Taiwan, Korea, Mainland China, Nepal, India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran, Myanmar, Thailand, Europe.

Japanese Flowering Cherries by Wybe Kuitert, with Arie Pe terse. pp., illustrations, many in colour. Timber Press, Portland, Oregon, ISBN $ Japanese flowering cherries are among the most popular and widely grown of the many introductions to Western gardens from the Far East, to the extent.

Cherry blossoms are symbols of spring, when blooming typically occurs. Accordingly, flowering cherries are important resources for the tourism industry in the spring season in Japan.

More than cultivars of flowering cherry are grown.1 The nomenclature and, in particular, the genus name (Prunus or Cerasus) has been underCited by: 6.A cultivar (cultivated variety) is an assemblage of plants selected for desirable characteristics that are maintained during generally, a cultivar is the most basic classification category of cultivated plants in the International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants (ICNCP).

Most cultivars arose in cultivation, but a few are special selections from the wild.The Natural and Cultural History of Japan's Flowering Cherries --Ch. 2. Cultivating and Propagating Cherries --Ch.

3. Observing and Classifying Cherries --Ch. 4. Japanese Wild Cherries --Ch. 5. Japanese Garden Cherries --App. 1. Metric System Tables --App. 2. Cherry Names in Japanese.

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