. On Beginning in Plato's Timaeus, Bloomington 1999.
Floristic Composition, Life Form and Chorology
of Plant Life at Al-Saoda, Asir Region, South-Western Saudi Arabia.
In order to think of the chora in Castoriadis' philosophy the psychic life of a person needs to be situated within the overall chorology
of the social-historical domain.
A presentation of some aspects of the application of neosigmatiste method in pedology, systematics and chorology
. Iranian J.
Except for Gunnera and Oreomyrrhis, molecular phylogenies support the earlier chorology
based ideas about origins of southern genera in paramo.
Compare John Sallis, Chorology
: On Beginning in Plato's Timaeus (Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 1999), 150-4.
For example, shrubs are ubiquitous in floristic studies (Griffiths, 1981), in chorology
(Takhtajan, 1986) and as fuel for rejuvenation (Forman, 1979; Abrahamson, 1984; Menges and Kimmich, 1996; van Auken, 2000).
This volume collects botanical data on the taxonomy and chorology
of species of the largest families of Compositae or Asteraceae (the aster, daisy, or sunflower family) of the Holarctic ecozone, which comprise 92 genera and 558 species found in Siberia, including a number being described for the first time.
Geographers should fault themselves for not having tried to make "chorology
" an everyday word.