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consisting of only one type

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Following Nestel and Altieri (1992), the four management types were: Forest (F), Organic Polygeneric Shade coffee (PS), Monogeneric Shade coffee (MS), and Coffee Monoculture or Sun Coffee ("Sun").
Critical analyses of Adam Bede that take genre as their focus tend to treat the novel as essentially monogeneric: the realistic technique revises or modernizes whatever older generic form the critic has identified as the novel's structural or moral ur-text, and such hybrids as the "pastoral novel," the "unhistoric tragedy," the "rural epic," or the "tragicomedy" result.(1) Those critics who find generic conflict in the text (rather than "revision") locate this conflict within the project of realism itself--that is, within the tendency to sneak the "ideal" into the "real."(2) While such accounts acknowledge the competition between what could be considered different generic forms ("moral fable" vs.
The loco is a unique monogeneric muricid restricted to the shores of continental Chile, southern-central Peru, and the Juan Fernandez Archipelago (DeVries 1995, Leiva & Castilla 2002, Cardenas et al.
The monogeneric family Ephedraceae contains approximately 50 species of Ephedra.
A monogeneric family with about 180 worldwide species and represented by 17 species in Argentina, most of them distributed in the northern part of the country (Oliva et al., 2002).
The Pararchaeidae and Holarchaeidae are monogeneric families of small (0.8-3.2 mm), entelegyne, araneomorph spiders, known only from Australia and New Zealand (Forster & Platnick 1984).
The monogeneric Multitubulatina, however, contains an anomalous vermiform Neodasys that shares traits with both Macrodasyida and Paucitubulatina.
The monogeneric Griseliniaceae exhibits a South American-New Zealand disjunction, with a greater number of species in austral South America (5 spp.) than New Zealand (2 spp.).
This hypothesis, which was already proposed by Reitner (1991), avoids the use of the family Acanthochaetetidae, which would be monogeneric at least in the Recent fauna.
The genus has been classified as the monogeneric family Trapaceae, or under the the superfluous illegitimate name Hydrocaryaceae, or has been erroneously included in the unrelated Plantaginaceae (formerly Trapellaceae).
(1985) retained all four dasypogonoid genera within Asparagales but placed Baxteria, Dasypogon and Kingia into a broadly circumscribed Dasypogonaceae, together with Lomandra and its allies, and segregated Calectasia and Xanthorrhoea into their own monogeneric families, Calectasiaceae and Xanthorrhoeaceae, respectively.
The Caribbean genus Pseudophoenix belongs to the monogeneric tribe Cyclospatheae within subfamily Ceroxyloideae and has been recognized as an isolated member in the palm family, with no close relationships to any other Ceroxyloideae (Baker et al., 1999; Asmussen et al., 2000; Zona, 2002).
The same consistent suite of fertile characters that so well designates the monogeneric Gunneraceae has offered little evidence for direct comparison with other taxa.