Pooideae. –This subfamily is the largest in the grass family consisting of 4200 species and 194 genera (Table 2) and occurs in all regions of the world with a temperate climate in high latitudes and altitudes. It includes some of the world’s most prolific genera Festuca (635 species), Poa (544 species), Agrostis (219 species), Stipa (193 species), Bromus (160 species), Puccinellia (115 species), as well as many smaller and monotypic genera.
Mary E. Barkworth
Director, Intermountain Herbarium, Utah State University
Associate Professor (retired), Utah State University
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Biology, Utah State
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"Inflorescence that big" Rob Soreng expains to ??, Steve Renvoize and Elizabeth (Toby) Kellogg. Monocots 3, Clarement, 2003
ELIZABETH ANNE KELLOGG
of Biology, University of Missouri-St. Louis, One University Boulevard, St.
Louis, MO 63121 Tel.: 314-516-6217 FAX: 314-516-6233
Harvard University, Biology, 1983
Kew 2002 Photos BKS Kew 2005
EDUCATION & CAREER:
1971 First degree: BSc (Hons: Botany) 2:1. Manchester University.
1976 Second degree: PhD. Thesis title: Biosystematic studies in the Juncus bufonius aggregate in western
Europe. Manchester University.
CURRICULUM VITAE J.F.
Name. Jan Frederik
Veldkamp Celebration of Grasses, Kew, 2004 Photo BKS
Born. 31 March 1941, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.