Flora Europaea, Vol. 5: Alismataceae to Orchidaceae by D. A. Webb, T. G. Tutin, V. H. Heywood, N. A. Burges, D. M.

By D. A. Webb, T. G. Tutin, V. H. Heywood, N. A. Burges, D. M. Moore, D. H. Valentine, S. M. Walters, A. O. Chater, I. B. K. Richardson

The vegetation Europaea, initially released among 1964 and 1980, explores the synthesis of the entire nationwide and nearby Floras of Europe. it really is in response to a serious evaluate of current literature and on stories in herbaria and within the box. It goals to be uncomplicated in addition to authoritative, and will allow a reader to call so far as its subspecies any fern, conifer or flowering plant growing to be wild or greatly cultivated. The 5th and ultimate quantity covers the Monocotyledons. except keys and outlines, info is given on geographical distribution and, the place attainable, on habitat choice and chromosome quantity. All names utilized in Floras or very important monographs are mentioned within the textual content or index. The textual content, in English, makes use of a restricted vocabulary, and there are glossaries of technical phrases and Latin equivalents.

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And Bartholomew, B. (1984) Camellias, Timber Press, Oregon, pp. 137–153. T. X. (1988) A discovery of new tea resource-Cocoa Tea, Acta Sci. Nat. Univ. Sunyats. (3), 131–133. Chen, H. ) (1990) Handbook of Natural Resources in China, Science Press, Beijing, pp. 308–311. Y. (1938) Cytology studies on Camellia 1. sinensis and Bada wild Tea, in Rep. and Abstr. Pres. 50th Anniv. Bot. Soc. China, p. 531. C. and Chou, J. (1987) Oil Plants in China. Science Press, Beijing, pp. 382–84. D. (1855) Mémoire sur les Families des Ternstroemiacées et Camelliacées, Jules-Guillaume, Genève, p.

Fast and complete fixing of green leaves is very important. If the temperature is too low, the leaves turn red; but if the temperature is too high, the leaves scorch. The water content of fixed leaves is usually controlled at 60% in China. Long fixing times and overdrying are unfavorable for the following rolling step. Some top quality green teas in China are made by hand. The fixing temperature is between 100°–200°C. Machine fixing temperatures are about 220°–300°C. After fixing, the next step in processing green tea is rolling.

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