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- proper n. A botanical plant name author abbreviation for botanist Franz Georg Philipp Buchenau (1831-1906).
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Buchenau, 'Flora,' 1857, p. 293, and even a blossom of one generation of axes may be united with a flower belonging to another generation.
Buchenau  mentions the presence of seven stamens in another Crucifer, _Ionopsidium acaule_.
Buchenau  mentions a flower of _Lotus uliginosus_ in which there were eleven stamens, namely, two free and nine monadelphous; and
Among the German translations should be mentioned the one made for the Philosophical Library by BÄnsch, Buchenau, and Gebhardt.
"Internet literacy strategies are a key component of our business," says Buchenau.
Berlin: Walter de Gruyter & Co. Buchenau, Stefanie.
We are thankful to have inexpensive access to such a wealth of internet marketing education, "Buchenau concludes.