PROPOSALS, VI IBC (1935)

Proposals submitted to the VI International Botanical Congress,
Amsterdam, 1935 to amend the International Rules of Botanical
Nomenclature, ed. 3 (Cambridge Rules).
 
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See also:

   •  Congres action
   •  conversion table
 

Directions

       [circular]
       J. Bot: 72: 264-264. 1934
 

Proposals

  1   J. Adams
       Some amendments to
             the International Rules of Botanical Nomenclature
                as formulated by the Congress at Cambridge in 1930
       Ottawa, 1934. 8 pp.  [mimeographed]

  2   J.C. Arthur
       Proposed amendments to
             the International Rules of Nomenclature
       Lafayette. 1 p.  [privately printed, date unknown]

       - J.C. Arthur
         Interpretation of Rule 49 bis
         Mycologia 26:  471-476. 1934                          [Cyberliber]

  3   Australian Botanists  [J.M. Black]
       Motion by the committee on Australian botanical nomenclature
       1 p.  [mimeographed]

  4   A. Becherer
       Vorschläge für die Nomenklatur-Kommission
             des Botaniker Kongresses in Amsterdam
       Genf, 1935, 3 pp.  [mimeographed]

  5   British Botanists
          [J.E. Dandy, A.W. Exell, M.L. Fernald, J.S.L. Gilmour,
                 M.L. Green, J. Lanjouw, J. Ramsbottom, T.A. Sprague,
                    W.T. Stearn, G. Tandy, Fr. Verdoorn & A.J. Wilmott]
       Additions and amendments to the
              International Rules of Botanical Nomenclature, Ed. 3.
       Bull. Misc. Inform. Kew 2: 65-92. 1935
              [reproduced with the permission of
                         the Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew]

  6   British Palæobotanists  [H. Hamshaw Thomas]
       Proposed additions to
             the International Rules of Botanical Nomenclature
                suggested by British palæobotanists
       Cambridge, 1 p.                [also in J. Bot. 73: 111-113. 1935]

  7   B.H. Danser
       [proposals concerning the formation, spelling and gender of
             botanical names]
       Groningen, 3 pp.  [mimeographed]

  8   H.N. Dixon                                                  [out of copyright]
       [proposals to conserve nine generic names]
       Rev. Bryol. Lichénol. 7: 137-141. 1934 (1935)

  9   Carroll W. Dodge
       Proposals for amendment of Article 20 of
             the International Rules of Nomenclature
       Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 21: 709-712. 1934              [BHL]

10   B.P.G. Hochreutiner
       Propositions pour la commission de nomenclature
               du Congress d’Amsterdam
       Genève, 1934. 2 pp.  [mimeographed]

11   W. Jongmans, T.G. Halle & W. Gothan
       Proposed additions to the
             International Rules of Botanical Nomenclature
                adopted by the Fifth International Botanical Congress.
                   Cambridge, 1930
       Heerlen, 1935. 15 pp.  [privately printed]

12   Alfred Rehder
       Amendments to the International Rules of Nomenclature, ed. 3
       Arnold Arboretum, Harvard University, 1934. 4 pp.  [privately printed]

13   A.J. de Sampaio
       La méthode de types et la nomenclature analogique,
             a propos de séries, circulus, ambitus
       Ann. Acad. Brasil. Sci. 6: 173-179. 1934  [not included here]

14   R. Troup
       Motions to be submitted to the
             Sixth International Botanical Congress, Amsterdam, 1935
       [Oxford] 1934, 3 pp.  [privately printed]

15   B.H. Danser
       Grammatical objections to
             the International Rules of Botanical Nomenclature,

                adopted at Cambridge in 1930
       Blumea 1: 295-304. 1935                           [out of copyright]

16   A. Kostermans
       [motion for the conservation of two generic names]
       Utrecht, 1935, 1 p.  [mimeographed]

17   J. Looser
       [motion for the conservation of the name Cryptocarya]
       Santiago-du-Chili, 1 p.  [mimeographed]

18   T.A. Sprague
       The gender of generic names: a vindication of Art. 72(2)
       13 pp.    [also in Bull. Misc. Inform. Kew 2: 545-557. 1935
                         reproduced with the permission of
                         the Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew]

19   J. Burtt Davy
       Memorandum on the nomenclature of forest trees
       Oxford, 1935, 8 pp.  [privately printed]
       - J.B.D.  Erratum, 1935. 1 p.   [slip]  [privately printed]
 
 

Congress

T.A. Sprague
       Synopsis of proposals concerning nomenclature
             submitted to the Sixth International Botanical Congress,
                Amsterdam, 1935        [Red Book]
       Cambridge, 1935, 80 pp.

T.A. Sprague
       Preliminary opinions concerning nomenclature proposals
             submitted to the Sixth International Botanical Congress,
                Amsterdam, 1935        [Grey Book]
       Cambridge, 1935, 28 pp.

A.B. Rendle
       Sixth International Botanical Congress, Amsterdam
       J. Bot. 73: 297-298. 1935

[Anon.]
       Resolutions carried by
          the sixth International Botanical Congress (Amsterdam)
       J. Bot. 73: 358-362. 1935

T.A. Sprague
       Principal decisions on nomenclature at
          the VIth International Botanical Congress (1935)
       J. Bot. 74: 75-78. 1936                                          [not included here]

T.A. Sprague
       Principal decisions concerning nomenclature
          made by the sixth International Botanical Congress,
             Amsterdam (1935)

       Science 83: 416-418. 1936        [almost identical, not included here]

W. Robyns
       Principales décisions du
             VIe Congrès International de Botanique d’Amsterdam 1935,
                relatives aux Règles de la Nomenclature
       Bull. Soc. Roy. Bot. Belgique 69: 55-58. 1936     [not included here]

D.H. Linder & F.J. Seaver
       Report on the taxonomic sessions of
          the International Botanical Congress
       Mycologica 28: 92-95. 1936                                            [Cyberliber]

T.A. Sprague
       Report of the subsection for nomenclature
       in M.J. Sirks, Zesde internationaal botanisch congres, Amsterdam,
                               2-7 Sept. 1935 – Proceedings: 333-383. 1936
                                                                 [proceedings, not included here]

W.H. Camp, H.W. Rickett & C.A. Weatherby
       International rules of botanical nomenclature formulated by
          the International Botanical Congresses of Vienna, 1905,
             Brussels, 1910, and Cambridge 1930, adopted and revised by
                the International Botanical Congress of Amsterdam, 1935
       Brittonia 6: 1-120. 1947        [reprinted as a book, not included here]

T.A. Sprague
       International rules of botanical nomenclature,
          embodying the alterations made at
             the Sixth International Botanical Congress, Amsterdam, 1935
       Chron. Bot. 12: [65]-77. 1950                       [included as a synthesis]
 

 
Miscellaneous

J. Ramsbottom
       On nomenclature
       Chron. Bot. 1: 340-340. 1935                                 [not included here]

C.L. Shear
       Uniformity and stability of mycological nomenclature
       Mycologica 28: 337-346. 1936                                          [Cyberliber]

 
 
 

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