herborization

herborization

(ˌhɜːbəraɪˈzeɪʃən) or

herborisation

n
(Horticulture) the act or process of herborizing
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In addition, since 1970, herborization by numerous Spanish botanists has generated many studies, resulting in the development of abundant local, provincial, and regional catalogues of the Iberian territory, which contain new information concerning representatives of the Orchidaceae family, such as Granada [6, 7], Navarre [8], Portugal [9,10], Albacete [11], Andalusia [12, 13], Balearic Islands [14, 15], Cuenca [16, 17], Extremadura [18,19], Jaon [20], Burgos [21-23], Catalonia [24-26], Alicante [27, 28], Malaga [29], Almeria [30], Galicia [31, 32], La Rioja [33], the Basque Country [34], Murcia [35], and Aragon [36].
The herborization and material processing followed the methodology by Fosberg and Sachet (1965) and Mori, Mattos-Silva, Lisboa, and Coradin, (1989), where fertile material was collected with flowers and/or fruit.
laevifolia specimens, using the standardized protocols for the collectition and herborization of botanical material; speciments were deposited in the herbarium of Centro de Ciencias Agrarias (CCA) at Universidade Federal de Sao Carlos (UFSCar, HARA herbarium), municipality of Araras, Sao Paulo State.
All the specimens were prepared according to conventional herborization techniques [17] and deposited in the herbarium of the Federal University of Uberlandia (HUFU Herbarium) under the registration number HUFU67210, as Morinda citrifolia L.
The herborization and material processing followed the methodology by Fosberg and Sachet (1965) and Mori, MattosSilva, Lisboa and Coradin (1989), where fertile material was collected with flowers and/or fruit.
The herborization and material processing followed the methodology by Fosberg and Sachet (1965); Mori, Silva, Lisboa, and Coradin (1989), where fertile material was collected with flowers and/or fruit.
The collection and herborization of the material was carried out in accordance with Yano (1989), with the samples deposited at the UPCB Herbarium of the Federal University of Parana.
While living in a village outside the city, he met Jean-Jacques Rousseau, was invited to accompany him "in his herborizations," and may have first encountered the notion of natural mutation in conversations with the great writer (Packard 17).