10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CANESCENT»
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Illustrated Flora of the Pacific States: Bignonias to Sunflowers
A low, rounded, evergreen shrub, 2-8 dm. high with a short central trunk or with
numerous branches ascending from the base, frequently root-sprouting, mildly
aromatic, bark light brown or grayish, shredding on older branches; twigs
Roxana Stinchfield Ferris, LeRoy Abrams, 1960
branches dichotomous, infrequently absent, tomentose to canescent or glabrous;
bracts usually 3, scalelike, triangular, and 1-3 mm, or leaflike, linear to
oblanceolate, and 3-10 x 1-3 mm. Peduncles absent. Involucres (1-)3-8 per
Flora of North America Editorial Committee, 2005
The Jepson Manual: Vascular Plants of California
ST: twig canescent to white-tomentose. LF: erect, petiole 3110 mm, blade 215 cm
, 113 cm wide, round-ovate, ovate, or elliptic, white-gray, canescent, base
rounded to wedge-shaped, tip acute to abruptly soft-pointed, margin entire, fiat,
Bruce G. Baldwin, Douglas H. Goldman, 2012
Flora of Syria, Palestine, and Sinai
T. Chameedrys, L. танцы-шалаш. Ц .2 to ‚3, green, hirtulous to hirsute or
canescent; root-stock stoloniferous, branches numerous, rooting at base,
ascending, ending in a short, oblong, leafy raceme. Leaves oblong, .015 to ‚03
long, tapering ...
2 17); shrubby, erect, canescent; branches virgate ; leaves oblongo- or acuto-
lanceolate, acute, quete entire, one-nerved, somewhat veiny below, softly
velvetty on both sides ; stipules leafltlee, pettolute, broadly lanceolate, one-
nerved; flowers ...
William H. Harvey, Otto Wilhelm Sonder, 2014
Flora of Alberta: A Manual of Flowering Plants, Conifers, ...
A. absinthium L. / Wormwood; Absinthe Aromatic herb, sometimes woody at base
, 4-10 dm tall; stem finely canescent or glabrate; leaves silky-canescent, the lower
long-petioled and 2-3 times pin- nately divided into oblong or lanceolate ...
Ezra Henry Moss, John G. Packer, 1983
Dictionary of Trees, Volume 2: South America: Nomenclature, ...
... 9636 canescent Antioquia maya, 9817 canescent bocageopsis, 1445
canescent couepia, 3623 canescent elvasia, 5010 canescent endlicheria, 5047
canescent freziera, 6057 canescent guadua, 6340 canescent licania, 8274
M.M. Grandtner, Julien Chevrette, 2013
Flowering Plants: Magnolias to Pitcher Plants
Perennial herbs from clusters of tuberous-thickened roots; stems erect,
unbranched, often scapose, silky-canescent, to 30 cm tall; basal leaves shallowly
or deeply lobed or 3- to 5-foliolate, rarely undivided, the divisions usually rather
Robert H. Mohlenbrock, 1981
Round gray shrub 6-12 dm. high, without basal burl; branchlets densely white-
canescent, minutely glandular and usually with long white hairs; lvs. ovate to
oblong, 2-4.5 cm. long, canescent, with equal nos. of stomates above and
Philip Alexander Munz, 1973
Calyx not or but slightly enlarged in fruit, not papery or veiny, the segments not
appearing cordate ; taproot sometimes stout but not tuberlike or fusiform ;
herbage puberu- lent, canescent, or lepidote (if long hairs also present, these
simple, not ...
Thomas Henry Kearney, Robert Hibbs Peebles, 1960
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CANESCENT»
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Celebrating Autumn All Year Round ... By Becoming A Leaf
pinnate, ciliate, barbellate, bearded, canescent, glabrous, glandular, viscid, scurfy, floccose, arachnoid, and my favorite, tomentose (covered ... «NPR, Oct 12»
The Glory of Leaves
... barbellate, bearded, canescent, glabrous, glandular, viscid, scurfy, floccose, arachnoid, and my favorite, tomentose (covered with woolly hairs). But putting the ... «National Geographic, Sep 12»