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FNAFars News Agency (Iran)
FNAFlora of North America
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FNAFox News Alert
FNAFederal Network Agency (Germany)
FNAFonds National d'Amorçage (French: National Fund Boot; venture capital)
FNAFlexible Network Architecture
FNAFreetown, Sierra Leone (Lungi Airport)
FNAFédération Nationale de l'Artillerie (French: National Artillery Federation)
FNAFacteur Natriurétique Auriculaire (French: Atrial Natriuretic Factor)
FNAFacility Needs Assessment (various locations)
FNAFormerly Known As
FNAFlorida Nurses Association
FNAFast Neighbor Advertisement
FNAFile Name Attribute
FNAFunctional Needs Analysis
FNAFairbanks Native Association (Fairbanks, AK)
FNAFord North America (Ford Motor Company)
FNAFinal Approach
FNAFédération du Négoce Agricole (French)
FNAFédération Nationale Aéronautique (Française)
FNAFlashback News Agency
FNAFinancial Need Analysis
FNAFachnormenausschuß (any German DIN standard, in particular DIN 3380)
FNAFujitsu Network Architecture
FNAFukushima Nursing Association (Japan)
FNAFunctional Needs Assessment
FNAFunctional Network Architecture
FNAFood and Nutrition Association
FNAFile Name/Attribute Augmentation Facility
FNAFor Necessary Action
FNAFinal Network Acceptance
FNAFederación Nacional de Atletismo (Guatemala)
FNAFull Nutrition Assessment
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He served as a regional editor for Flora of North America and authored treatments for three genera in the Caryophyllaceae for volume 5 of that work.
The present treatment is based on Mohlenbrock (2002) which is consistent with the present treatment in the "Flora of North America" (Reznicek et al.
Pages 132-156 in Flora of North America: north of Mexico (Flora of North America Editorial Committee, editors).
In Flora of North America (Flora of North America Editorial Committee, 1993), the taxa covered in this family from Alabama are placed in the genera Diphasiastrum, Lycopodiella, Palhindaea and Psuedolycopodiella.
Part of 30-volume systematic survey of the flora of North America that is also intended to serve as an encyclopedic plant identifier, this work is the first of two covering the grasses of the continent.
In: Flora of North America. Editorial Committee, Flora of North America Vol.
Br.--In: Flora of North America Editorial Committee (Eds.).
In: Flora of North America Editorial Committee (ed.), Flora of North America 8.
Volume 23 of the Flora of North America (FNA) was published in 2002, and this contained an account of the sedge family, Cyperaceae, for all of North America north of Mexico.
Flora of North America north of Mexico; v.19: Magnoliophyta: Asteridae, part 6: Asteraceae, part 1.
The gymnosperms in the United States include 20 genera and 115 species (Flora of North America, 1993a).