Bradleya 21/2003

Contents

Chromosome numbers in Brazilian Melocactus (Cactaceae) by José G. A. Assis, Ana L. P. C. Oliveira, Sheila V. Resende, Juliana F. V. Senra and Marlon Machado

Clonal propagation of Turbinicarpus laui Glass & Foster, a cactus threatened with extinction by Maria del Socorro Santos-Diaz, Ricardo Méndez-Ontiveros, Alberto Arredondo-Gómez and Maria de Lourdes Santos-Diaz

A new subspecies of Tacinga inamoena (Cactaceae) from eastern Bahia, Brazil by Marlon Machado and Nigel Taylor

Aloe camperi (Asphodelaceae): the first record of an exotic aloe naturalised in South Africa by Gideon F. Smith, Elsie M.A. Steyn and Neil R. Crouch

Notes on the distribution and ethnobotany of Kalanchoe paniculata (Crassulaceae) in southern Africa by Gideon F. Smith, Neil R. Crouch and Elsie M. A. Steyn

Aloe craibii Gideon F.Sm. (Asphodelaceae: Alooideae): a new species of grass aloe from the Barberton Centre of Endemism, Mpumalanga, South Africa by Gideon F. Smith

The Liverpool Botanic Garden and its cultivated succulents by John Edmondson and Gordon Rowley

Stem anatomy of Cipocereus (Cactaceae) by Patricia Soffiatti and Veronica Angyalossy

A new variety of Euphorbia filifora Marloth from the Northern Cape Province of South Africa by Graham Williamson

Aloe bruynsii (Asphodelaceae: Alooideae), a new species from Madagascar by Paul I. Forster

The status of Aloe pillansii L. Guthrie (Aloaceae) in Namibia by S. Loots and C. Mannheimer

Opuntia Index Part 9: S by Richard Crook and Roy Mottram

Austrocylindropuntia lagopus - clarification of nomenclature and observations in habitat by Ivor Crook, John Arnold and Martin Lowry

Notes on Trichodiadema Schwantes (Mesembryanthema, Aizoaceae): T.intonsum (Haw.) Schwantes by H.E.K. Hartmann and I.M. Niesler

New combinations, a new genus and five new species in the Aizoaceae by Cornelia Klak

The systematic value of nuclear DNA content in Agave L. and some related genera of the Agavaceae by Ben J. M. Zonneveld

Back to the basics: a simple method of DNA extraction for mucilaginous cacti by M. Patrick Griffith and J. Mark Porter

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Cover: Esterhuysenia drepanophylla (Schltr. & A.Berger) H.E.K.Hartmann, Bruyns 7653, growing at Fonteinjiesberg, Western Cape, South Africa. Photo by Peter Bruyns.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Softback
Total number of pages - 128 + Cover (49 colour pages + Cover)
colour photographs - 88
black and white photographs - 40, line drawings - 8, maps - 4
ISBN 0 902099 73 6
ISSN 0265-086X