Search Results for iconotypes

Typification: type material not designated; lectotype Archiv für Protistenkunde 52: plate 3, figs 152-154; plate 4, figs 155-157 (1925) (iconotype). Lectotype locality: Igló, Hungary. Lectotype habitat: parasitic in Spirogyra sp.

Author: M.W. Dick

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789401597333

Category: Science

Page: 670

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Straminipilous Fungi presents a critical comparative review of the morphology and ultrastructure, morphogenesis, cytology, molecular biology and evolution of the biflagellate fungi. These organisms encompass the fungi formerly called oomycetes; taxonomically related heterotrophs studied by mycologists; plasmodiophorids and other heterotrophs. Appropriate comparisons are made with chromophyte algae, marine heterotrophs and chytridiaceous fungi. Little-known taxa which have been referred to the various orders of flagellate fungi are also listed together with citations. A new hierarchical classification is presented which is supported by systematic accounts and synoptic keys. Dichotomous keys based on habitat and habit are given to all known species of lagenidiaceous fungi, labyrinthulids and plasmodiophorids. A unique `one stop' reference resource for plant pathologists is provided by the binominal lists, including host-related lists for the downy mildews. The book, including ca 4000 references, is a major text for post-graduate and research workers, particularly freshwater and marine biologists, soil ecologists and plant pathologists.
2013-06-29 By M.W. Dick

She also approaches 9/11 as an iconotype, an image that through repetition stands out in the image flow, halts the incessant circulation, and draws fixity to itself.24 The idea of 9/11 as an iconotype reflects the role of images and ...

Author: Tuuli Lähdesmäki

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004376793

Category: Social Science

Page: 216

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Time and Transformation in Architecture, edited by Tuuli Lähdesmäki, explores architecture and the built environment by emphasizing in its theoretical discussions and empirical analysis the dimensions of time, temporality, and transformation—and their relation to human experiences, behavior, and practices.
2018-07-05 By Tuuli Lähdesmäki

In reference to the type of Cryptophidion , we clearly stated ( p . 5 ) that the holotype was the specimen that was illustrated , and we referred only informally to the slides as iconotypes , because that is what they are , regardless ...



ISBN: IND:30000047708536

Category: Monsters


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1997 By

Jones painted the species between the early 1780s and 1800, drawing from his own collection and the collections of Joseph Banks, Dru Drury, Sir James Edward Smith, John Francillon, the British Museum and the Linnean Society.



ISBN: 0500024324



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I have attempted to explain cognitive strategies working behind a wide range of graphic manifestations of children and adults alike , including iconotypes , schemata , similes and pictograms . As I have argued in this paper , visual ...

Author: Lars Lindström


ISBN: PSU:000057933856

Category: Art

Page: 248

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2000 By Lars Lindström

5-3- Iconotype and pictogram Insert ( Display ) Classification of signs When a schema resulting from base level classification ... these iconotypes become by default the priviledged iconic signs in ordinary pluri - media communication .



ISBN: OSU:32435074183138

Category: Art


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1999 By

The iconotypes are typical schemas of the object. They result from the repetitive and recognised use of a given schema. - Finally, pictograms are iconotypes validated by a community of users (Darras 1998, p.92).

Author: Pascal Moliner

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 9781527547858

Category: Psychology

Page: 137

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We see and represent our social environment not as it is, but as we believe it to be. This is the thesis defended in this book, supported by conceptual elements and illustrated by numerous examples drawn from anthropology, developmental psychology, cognitive psychology and social psychology. These examples show that people sharing different beliefs about the same object produce different images of that object (such as drawings or photos), and highlight that such people interpret the same image of this object differently. Finally, they show that, when these people communicate through images, they find it difficult to understand each other. On the basis of these observations, the book proposes a psychosocial theory of the link between beliefs and iconography. This book is mainly intended for students and researchers in the humanities and social sciences, interested in the problematic of images. However, it will also be of interest to communication practitioners and the general public.
2020-03-02 By Pascal Moliner

The image economy (which we might call the iconomy) continues to generate what we might call iconotypes, that is, images that, however complex and surprising they may initially be, soon become iconic, standing for an entire aspect of ...

Author: Anna Brzyski

Publisher: Duke University Press

ISBN: 9780822340850

Category: Art

Page: 370

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Analyses of art history canons from varied perspectives.
2007-10-08 By Anna Brzyski

Three von Borcke specimens of Naja naja (Linnaeus 1758) are putative matches for the iconotypes of as many as six different nominal taxa (see Bauer and Günther 2013, Table 1). However, this species only reaches the periphery of the ...

Author: Indraneil Das

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319261614

Category: Science

Page: 283

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​"Alfred Russel Wallace- His Predecessors and Successors. Naturalists, Explorers and Field Scientists in South-east Asia and Australasia. An International Conference" will be the premier forum for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of studies on Alfred Russel Wallace and other natural historians, past and present, as well as contemporary research on South-east Asian and Australasian biological diversity. The conference will bring together leading researchers including biologists, ecologists, zoologists, botanists, geologists, anthropologists, social scientists and others from around the world. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: history of biology, biodiversity, anthropology, geology, conservation, ecosystem management, environmental impact assessments, environmental law, environmental policies, landscape management and habitat restoration and management.
2016-04-25 By Indraneil Das

10 See Terry Smith's use of the term “iconomy” in “The Political Economy of Iconotypes and the Architecture of Destination: Uluru, The Sydney Opera House and the World Trade Center”, Architectural Theory Review, Vol. 7 / No. 2, 2002.

Author: Daniel Pavlovits

Publisher: John Hunt Publishing

ISBN: 9781782799641

Category: Architecture

Page: 186

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One could read the collection of essays herein as a political voice to architecture and the architecture profession, constantly gnawing away at the disciplinary, only to find favor in the imaginative, intellectually interesting and the creative. Beyond embodying a collection of thought on architecture and its discipline, the present collection of essays also serves as a not-so-veiled political program for the possibility of architecture.
2015-05-29 By Daniel Pavlovits