Reference

  • T

  • Takaishi, K., Kawahara, Y. & Ikebe, K. (1973) Maltol and Sugars of the Leaves of Cercidiphyllum japonicum [in Japanese with English abstract] in Yakugaku Zasshi 93:11 1538-1542 [link] (accessed 2021-04-20)
  • Takayama, K., Sun, B-Y. & Stuessy, T. F. (2012) Genetic consequences of anagenetic speciation in Acer okamotoanum (Sapindaceae) on Ullung Island, Korea in Annals of Botany 109 321-330
  • Takhtajan, A.L. (1980) Outline of the classification of flowering plants (Magnoliophyta). in Botanical Review 46 225-359
  • Tallent-Halsell, N. & Watt, M.S. (2009) The Invasive Buddleja davidii (Butterfly Bush) 75 292-325 in The Botanical Review 75 292-325
  • Tallest Trees (2006) The Tallest Trees in the World! Webpage devoted to Eucalyptus regnans and other giant trees of Australia [link] (accessed 2008-07-18)
  • Tang, G, Ishii, K & Ohba, K (1996) In vitro regeneration of Alnus cremastogyne Burk from epicotyl explants in Plant Cell Reports 15 658-661
  • Tang, Y. & Chamlong, P. (2007) Elaeocarpaceae in Wu, Z.-Y., Raven, P.H. & Hong, D.-Y. (eds) Flora of China: Hippocastanaceae through Theaceae 12 223–239, Science Press/Missouri Botanical Gardens Press, Beijing/St Louis
  • Tang, Y., Gilbert, M.G. & Dorr, L.J. (2007) Tiliaceae in Wu, Z.-Y., Raven, P.H. & Hong, D.-Y. (eds) Flora of China: Hippocastanaceae through Theaceae 12 240–263, Science Press/Missouri Botanical Gardens Press, Beijing/St Louis
  • Tardieu-Blot, M. L. (1965) Hamamelidaceae in Aubréville, A. & Tardieu-Blot, M. L. (eds) Flore du Cambodge du Laos et du Vietnâm 4 75-116, Paris, Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle
  • Tarko, T. et al. (2020) The Impact of Oxygen at Various Stages of Vinification on the Chemical Composition and the Antioxidant and Sensory Properties of White and Red Wines in International Journal of Food Science 2020 [link] (accessed 2021-02-13)
  • Tattar, T. (1989) Diseases of Shade Trees, Academic Press, Cambridge, MA
  • Taylor, D.A. (2019) Cork Wars in World War II: Oaks, Espionage and National Security in International Oaks 30 295-300 [link] (accessed 2021-02-13)
  • Taylor, H.V. & Johnstone, K.H. (1938) Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries Bulletin No. 110: Commercial Flower Production part III: Foliage and Foliage Plants, His Majesty's Stationery Office, London
  • Taylor, J. (1990) The Milder Garden, J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd, London
  • Taylor, K. (1999) Cornus suecica L. (Chamaepericlymenum suecicum (L.) Ascherson & Graebner) in Journal of Ecology 87 1068-1077
  • Taylor, L. (2005) The Healing Power of Rainforest Herbs, Square One Publishers, Inc, New York
  • Taylor, N.P. (1983) Malus sikkimensis 'Rockii' in Botanical Magazine 184 168-173
  • Taylor, R.J., Patterson, T.F. & Harrod, R.J. (1994) Systematics of Mexican spruce: revisited in Systematic Botany 19 47–59
  • Teese, P (2019) Yamina Rare Plants (Facebook post) [link] (accessed 2020-09-09)
  • Teese, P (2020) Yamina Rare Plants [link] (accessed 2020-09-09)
  • Ten Hoven Bomen (2020 onwards) Nursery Website [link] (accessed 2020-02-24)
  • Terpó, A. & Franco, J. do A. (1968) Pyrus L in Tutin, T.G. et al. (eds) Flora Europaea 2 65–66, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
  • Tetzlaff, S. (2018 onwards) Pfingstrosen-Paradies [link] (accessed 2020-11-23)
  • Texas Native Trees (2008) Benny Simpson’s Texas Native Trees [link] (accessed 2008-08-05)
  • The Arboretum Foundation (2018) Pacific Connections: Phase II, The Arboretum Foundation [link] (accessed 2018-07-13)
  • The Botanic Gardens of South Australia (ed) (2018) The Botanic Gardens of South Australia Catalogue of Plants, The Botanic Gardens of South Australia [link]
  • The Hammond Arboretum (2019) The Hammond Arboretum [link] (accessed 2019-08-29)
  • The Israel Oak Registry (2020) The Israel Oak Registry [link] (accessed 2020-06-30)
  • The Jerusalem Botanical Gardens (2021) Garden Explorer [link] (accessed 2021-03-04)
  • The Morton Arboretum (2020) Norway maple (Not recommended) [link] (accessed 2020-04-09)
  • The Oak Name Checklist (2020) The Oak Name Checklist, Maintained by The International Oak Society [link] (accessed 2020-06-25)
  • The Oaks of Chevithorne Barton (2011) The Oaks of Chevithorne Barton [link] (accessed 2020-08-07)
  • The Oldest Living Things in the World (2011) 12,000-year-old Antarctic Beech [link] (accessed 2020-09-08)
  • The Plant List (2013 onwards) The Plant List [link] (accessed 2019-07-03)
  • The Poly Hill Arboretum (2018) The Poly Hill Arboretum website The Polly Hill Arboretum (accessed 2018-09-01)
  • The Spring Grove Family (2020) Spring Grove, The Spring Grove Family Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum (accessed 2020-11-19)
  • The Tasmanian Arboretum (ed) (2018) The Tasmanian Arboretum Website, The Tasmanian Arboretum Inc. [link] (accessed 2018-08-21)
  • The Tree Register (2018) Emmenopterys henryi in flower [link] (accessed 2019-04-12)
  • The Tree Register (2018) The Tree Register [link] (accessed 2018-03-03)
  • The University and Jepson Herbaria (2020) University and Jepson Herbaria (UC/JEPS), University of California, Berkeley [link] (accessed 2020-07-18)
  • Theisen, I. & Fischer, E. (2004) Myoporaceae in Kubitzki, K. (ed) The Families and Genera of Vascular Plants 7 289–292 (q.v.)
  • Thiele, K. & Ladiges, P.Y. (1994) The Banksia integrifolia L f. species complex (Proteaceae) in Australian Systematic Botany 7 393–408
  • Thiele, K.R. (2009) Three new species of Hibbertia (Dilleniaceae) from Western Australia in Nuytsia 19:2 283-293
  • Thiem, B. & Buk-Berge, E. (2017) Twinflower (Linnaea borealis L.) - plant species of potential medicinal properties in Herba Polonica 63:3 56-64
  • Thieret, J.W. (1993) Pinaceae Lindley: Pine Family in Flora of North America Editorial Committee (ed) Flora of North America North of Mexico 2 352–398, Oxford University Press, New York
  • Thomas, G.S. (1976) Perennial Garden Plants or the Modern Florilegium, Dent, London
  • Thomas, P. (2016) Araucaria angustifolia, from the website, Threatened Conifers of The World., Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh [link] (accessed 2018-07-18)
  • Thomas, P. (2016) Araucaria angustifolia, from the website, Threatened Conifers of The World (http://threatenedconifers.rbge.org.uk/taxa/details/822). [link] (accessed 2019-09-24)
  • Thomas, P. (2019) Abies delavayi subsp. fansipanensis, from the website: 'Threatened Conifers of the World', Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh [link] (accessed 2020-09-21)
  • Thomas, P. (2019) Cedrus atlantica, from the website: ‘Threatened Conifers of The World’, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh [link] (accessed 2019-12-12)
  • Thomas, P. & Yang, Y. (2018) Pseudotaxus chienii from the website: ‘Threatened Conifers of The World’, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh [link] (accessed 2020-08-25)
  • Thomsen, H.H. (1963) Juglans hindsii, the Central California Black Walnut, native or introduced? in Madroño 17:1 1-32
  • Tian, X., Guo, Z.-H. & Li, D.-Z. (2002) Phylogeny of Aceraceae Based on ITS and trnL-F Data Sets in Acta Botanica Sinica 44:6 714-724
  • Tiefel, P. & Berger, R.G. (1993) Seasonal variation of the concentrations of maltol and maltol glucoside in leaves of Cercidiphyllum japonicum in Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 63:1 59-61 [link] (accessed 2021-04-20)
  • Tigeras, P. et al. (2018) Arbolapp Canarias: identification guide for the wild trees of the Canary Archipelago [link] (accessed 2020-12-07)
  • Times Colonist (2021) Leycesteria, not a picky plant [link]
  • Tirmenstein, D.A. (1990) Arbutus xalapensis, USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fire Sciences Laboratory Fire Effects Information System (accessed 2021-01-29)
  • Tirmenstein, D.A. (1990) Juglans microcarpa, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fire Sciences Laboratory Fire Effects Information System (accessed 2019-09-08)
  • Tng, D. (2010) The Last of the Deciduous: Nothofagus gunnii Tasmanian Plants (accessed 2020-10-20)
  • Tobe, J.D. (1998) The phylogeny of Magnolia in temperate North America in Hunt, D. (ed) Magnolias and their Allies 161–192, International Dendrology Society/The Magnolia Society, Sherborne, Dorset
  • Tobin, P. (2015) Paeonia 'Derek Hill' Paddy Tobin, An Irish Gardener (accessed 2020-08-27)
  • Toelken, H.R. (1998) Notes on Hibbertia (DILLENIACEAE) 2. The H.aspera - empetrifolia complex. in Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens 18:2 107-160
  • Toelken, H.R. (2010) Notes on Hibbertia (Dilleniaceae) 5. H. melhanoides and H. tomentosa groups from tropical Australia. in Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens 23 1-117
  • Torreya Guardians (2008) Torreya Guardians website [link] (accessed 2008-06-21)
  • Tortworth Court Arboretum (2006) A complete list of all the trees in the grounds - Autumn 2006, Tortworth Court, Wotton Under Edge
  • Tournefort, J.P. (1700) Institutiones Rei Herbariae 1, Paris [link] (accessed 2021-04-06)
  • Townsend, A.M. (2000) USDA genetic research on elms in Dunn, C.P. (ed) The Elms 271–278 (q.v.)
  • Trabut, L.C. (1890) Les hybrides du Quercus suber, principalement en Algérie in Association Française pour l’Avancement des Sciences 18:2 503-507
  • Trade Winds Fruit (2007–2008) Online catalogue of seed supplier [link] (accessed 2008-03-22)
  • Transatlantic Plantsman (ed) (2017) Plants for 2017 [link]
  • Tree Peony Company (2020 onwards) The Tree Peony Company [nursery website] [link] (accessed 2020-10-19)
  • Tree Register of Ireland, The (2008) The Tree Register of Ireland [link] (accessed 2008-12-23)
  • Tree Register, The (2008) The Tree Register
  • Tree Seed Online Ltd (2018) Online seed catalogue [link] (accessed 2019-04-24)
  • Trees of Stanford (2008) Encyclopedia of Stanford trees, shrubs and vines [link] (accessed 2008-05-26)
  • Tregothnan (2008) News, April 2008 [link] (accessed 2008-07-02)
  • Trehane, D. (1990) A Plantsman’s Guide to Camellias, Ward Lock, London
  • Trehane, J. (2007) Camellias: The Gardener’s Encyclopaedia, Timber Press, Portland, Oregon
  • Trehane Nursery (2007) Online catalogue [link] (accessed 2007-05-15)
  • Trelease, W. (1924) The American oaks in Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences 20 1–255
  • Treseder, N.G. (1978) Magnolias, Faber & Faber, London
  • Trigas, P. & Zigiris, S. (2009) Quercus trojana Webb subsp. euboica (Papaioannou) K. I. Chr. 264-265 in Phitos, D., Constantinidis, T. & Kamari, G. (eds) Red Data Book of Rare and Threatened Plants of Greece 2 (E-Z) (in Greek), Patras, Hellenic Botanical Society
  • Tripp, K.E. (1995) Cephalotaxus: the plum yews in Arnoldia 55 24–39
  • Tripp, K.E. (1995) Hardy Asian Alders in Arnoldia 55:4 16-25
  • Tripp, K.E. & Raulston, J.C. (1995) The Year in Trees., Timber Press, Portland, Oregon
  • Tucker, G.C. (2009) Ericaceae Flora of North America (accessed 2021-06-10)
  • Tucker, J.M. (1961) Studies in the Quercus undulata complex. I. A preliminary statement in American Journal of Botany 48 202–208
  • Tucker, J.M. (1963) Studies in the Quercus undulata complex. III. The contribution of Q. arizonica in American Journal of Botany 50 699–708
  • Tucker, J.M. (1970) Studies in the Quercus undulata complex. IV. The contribution of Quercus havardii in American Journal of Botany 57 71–84
  • Tucker, J.M. (1971) Studies in the Quercus undulata complex. V. The type of Quercus undulata in American Journal of Botany 58 329–341
  • Tucker, J.M. (1993) Fagaceae in Hickman, J.C. (ed) The Jepson Manual: Higher Plants of California 657–663, University of California Press, Berkeley
  • Tucker, J.M., Cottam, W.P. & Drobnick, R. (1961) Studies in the Quercus undulata complex. II. The contribution of Quercus turbinella in American Journal of Botany 48 329–339
  • Tuley, G. (1980) Nothofagus in Britain, HMSO
  • Tumilowicz, J.W. (2002) Limitations and possibilities for growing native and exotic maples in Poland in Wiegrefe, S.J. et al. (eds) Proceedings of the 2002 International Maple Symposium 59–67, Westonbirt Arboretum, Westonbirt, Gloucestershire Open Science at the Maple Society
  • Turland, N.J. et al. (2018) International Code of Nomenclature for algae, fungi, and plants (Shenzhen Code) adopted by the Nineteenth International Botanical Congress Shenzhen, China, July 2017. Regnum Vegetabile 159., Koeltz Botanical Books, Glashütten
  • Turland, N.J. & Xia, N. (2005) A new combination in Chinese Aesculus (Hippocastanaceae) in Novon 15 488–489
  • Turner, M.W. (2009) Remarkable Plants of Texas: Uncommon Accounts of our Common Natives, University of Texas Press, Austin
  • Turner, N.J. & Hebda, R.J. (1990) Contemporary use of bark for medicine by two salishan native elders of Southeast Vancouver Island, Canada in Journal of Ethnopharmacology 29:1 59-72 [link] (accessed 2021-01-13)
  • Tuskan, G.A. & 109 coauthors (2006) The genome of black cottonwood, Populus trichocarpa (Torr & Gray) in Science 313 1596–1604
  • Tutin, T.G. (1933) Notes from the University Herbarium, Cambridge on Ilex perado Ait and Notelaea excelsa in Journal of Botany, British and Foreign 71 99–101
  • Tutin, T.G. et al. (1964) Flora Europaea vol. 1, Cambridge University Press
  • Tutin, T.G. et al. (eds) (1968) Flora Europaea 2, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
  • Tutin, T.G. et al. (eds) (1972) Flora Europaea 3, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
  • Tutin, T.G. et al. (eds) (1993) Flora Europaea Volume 1: Psilotaceae to Platanaceae (2nd edition), Cambridge University Press
  • Tyson, C. (2016) Understanding Pecan Irrigation, University of Georgia [link] (accessed 2019-11-22)