10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ASEPALOUS»
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A Primer of Botanical Latin with Vocabulary
3) ascoma ascospore ascospora (noun f. 1)ascospora (noun f. 1) ascus ascus (
nounm. 2)ascus (nounm.2) ascyphous ascyphosus (adj. A)ascyphosus (adj. A)
asepalus (adj. A) asepalous(adj. A) asepalous aseptatus (adj. A)without septa(
Emma Short, Alex George, 2013
Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Biology
Ascaris 49 asepalous dust. This disease predisposes the sufferer to develop
cancer of the lung and mesothelioma of the pleura. Ascaris : A genus of
nematode worms, including the species of roundworm that can infect the
intestines of ...
Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology
Characters considered ancestral for the Formicinae include the asepalous
proventriculus (Eisner, 1957) and the wing venation (Brown and Nutting, 1949).
Obviously derived characters are numerous, however, and include the most ...
Principia Botanica: Or, Beginnings of Botany (with Sketches ...
The issue, whether we like it or not, is not with such piffle as to whether Distylium
and Sycopsis are "asepalous", but with rockbottom of the morphogeny of the
seed-plants overall. Though retained under the Hamamelidoideae by Harms on ...
A Pictorial and Ethnobotanical Guide to Plants of Eastern ...
To 1 5 cm; floating leaves spoon shaped, opposite, crowded at the stem tip;
flowers at the leaf base, solitary, asepalous, apetalous, imperfect of a single pistil,
single stamen, or both. 10 1 1 Goodyera: in honor of John Goodyer (1592-1664),
Jerry G. Chmielewski, 2011
Flowering Plants: Pokeweeds, Four-o'clocks, Carpetweeds, ...
Amaranthus arenicola also is enigmatic in that it, too, appears more like the
asepalous A. tuberculatus than it does other species of Amaranthus that have
sepals. The reason for accepting A. arenicola without question seems to be that it
is a ...
Robert H. Mohlenbrock, 2001
Handbook of the British Flora: A Description of the ...
30, 87 Androgynous .... 12 Anisomeroua .... 13 Annual 2 Anther 16 Apetalous 13
Apex 8,17 Apocarpous .... 18 Aril,Arillua .... 23 Aristate 8 Article 23 Articulate 22
Articulation .... 23 Artificial 27 Ascending 5 Asepalous 12 Auricle 8 Awn 671 Aril 4
... ib.,- twisted, ib.,- polysepalous, £12.,asepalous, ib. ,- papilionaceous, 38;
vexillum, ib. ; keel or carinn, ib.,- coronals, ib. ,- filament, ib. ,- anther, 1'b.,-
connective, 39; suture or line of dehiscence, 115.,- tlattening, ib.,distension, ib. ,-
Flora Australiensis: A Description of the Plants of the ...
A Flower is dichlamydeous, when the perianth is double, both calyx and corolla
being present and distinct. monochlamydeous, when the perianth is single,
whether by the union of the calyx and corolla, or the deficiency of either.
George Bentham, Ferdinand von Mueller, 1863
Handbook of the British Flora ... New edition
164 PAH. Arillate (having an aril) 164 Aristate. . . . . . 41 Article, articulate,
articulation . . . . . 54 Artificial divisions and characters . . . . 184 Ascending . . . . .
28 Asepalous . . . . . 85 Assimilation . . . . 218 Auricle . . . . . . 49 Auriculate=having