Parasites as plant taxonomists

A publication from Acta Universitatis Upsalienses

Volume 22 (4)

Parasites as Plant Taxonomists

 

Proceedings of a symposium held in Uppsala August 25-27 1978 in commemoration of

Carolus Linnaeus (1707-1778)

Carl Peter Thunberg (1743-1828)

Elias Fries (1794-1878)

 

Edited by Inga Hedberg

Uppsala 1979

Preface
Olov Hedberg
1

Linnaeus's views on plant classification and evolution
B. Jonsell
2-11

Thunberg, the founder of modern Botany in Japan
Y. Kimura
12-20

The entomologist Carl Peter Thunberg
L. Hedström
21-23

Elias Fries and mycology
J. A. Nannfeldt
24-31

Mutualisms, ecology, and taxonomy
A. D. J. Meeuse
32-38

The co-evolution of host-parasite systems
J. E. Parlevliet
39-45

Co-evolution of nematodes and plants
A. R. Stone
46-61

Gall midges (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae) as plant taxonomists
E. Sylvén
62-69

Maps of the chemical plant defence against insect herbivores as an aid to plant taxonomists
B. Å. Andersson, L. Lundgren and G. Stenhagen

Mimicry, butterflies and plants
Miriam Rothschild
82-99

Cabbage butterflies as indicators of chemic relationships among some Nearctic Cruciferae
Frances S. Chew
100-106

Aphids and host plant communication
J. Pettersson
107-113

Aphids as botanists?
D. Hille Ris Lambers
114-119

Sternorrhyncha as angiosperm taxonomists
V. Eastop
120-134

Fungi as aids to plant taxonomy: methodology and principles
D. B. O. Savile
135-145

Fungi as plant taxonomists
T. Hijwegen
146-165

Species of Ustilaginales, especially of the genus Anthtracoidea, as tools in plant taxonomy
I. Kukkonen and T. Timonen
166-176

Some problems in angiosperm taxonomy in the light of rust data
L. Holm
177-181

Ravenelia and its segregates (Uredinales) as indicators of taxonomic affinity in Leguminosae
A. El-Gazzar
182-193

Host selection by parasitic angiosperms
J. Kuijt
194-199

Parasites and phytophages — pragmatic chemists?
R. F. Thorne
200-209

Gross-taxonomical evaluations in the angiosperms in relation to parasitism
R. Dahlgren
210-221