10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CIRCINATELY»
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Vascular Flora of the Southeastern United States: Asteraceae
the involucre mostly 4-6 mm high, the rays mostly 10-15, 3-6 mm long, very often
circinately outrolled. Winter. Coastal marshes and low pine woods; peninsular
Fla, Bahama Isl., and Cuba. 65. A. spinosus Benth. Coarse, erect, freely
Flora of North America: Volume 7: Magnoliophyta: Dilleniidae
... mm, circinately coiled, (apiculate); gynophore 0.5–1.5(–3.5) mm. Fruits
divaricate to ascending, torulose, straight or slightly curved, terete, (0.6–)1–2.5(–
4.2) cm × 0.7–1(–1.8) mm; ovules 22–50 per ovary; style cylindrical, 0.5–1.5(–2.5
Flora of North America Editorial Committee,, 2010
A General History of the Dichleamydeous Plants ... Arranged ...
Silique transversely many-celled or separating into many joints (f. 47. m.). Sus-
oanzn IV. SPIROLO'BEIE. (D. C. syst. 2. p. 154. prod. ]. p. 228.) Cotyledons
incumbent, linear, spirally or rather circinately twisted (f. 45. k. l.). Tatar: XVII.
Vol. I. - Thalamiflorae
154. prod. 1. p. 228.) Cotyledons incumbent, linear, spirally or rather circinately
twisted (f. 45. k. L). TRIBE XVII. BUNIA'DEE o-r Srraono'nsaz Nucutsu'ra'cale (D'.
C. syst. 2. p. 154. prod. l. 228. Silicle nucumentaceous, indehiscent, 2-4celled (f.
Cryptogams: Algae, Bryophyta and Pterldophyta
(i) sporocarp (H) see section 13.15 (iii) Leaves are circinately coiled (ii) Sunken
stomata are present on the leaves (iv) leptosporangiate (v) Marsilea (vi)
Amphiphloic siphonostele (vii) sporophore (viii) Marsilea Q. 2. (/) Marsilea (ii)
A General History of the Dichlamydeous Plants: Comprising ...
154. prod. 1. 228. Silicle nucumentaccous, indehiscent, 2-4celled (f. 46. s.).
Cotyledons truly circinately twisted (f. 45. k. l.). 103 Bu'NlAs. Character the same
as that of the tribe. Truss XV'III. Eaucnie'ie or Smaoto'mais LoMEN'rA'cme (D. C.
Diversity and Systematics of Seed Plants
Presence of circinately coiled leaves and motile antherozoids, 8. Collection of
microspores, 9. A primitive character, 10. Cycas and Pinus, respectively, 11.
Pinus, 12. Multiciliated antherozoids, 13. Manoxylic wood is loose and medullary
Dr. Singh, Dr. Pande & Dr. Jain, 2009
When young the leaves are densely pubescent but as they grow older they
become glabrous. Young leaves show circinate vernation (plyxis). Stevenson (
1981) described that in Bowenia the whole leaf is circinately coiled. In Cycas the
The Fungous Diseases of Man
Sporangiophores variously branched or simple; sporangia terminal, not borne
circinately mucor (5) Sporangiophores branched with all branches bearing
sporangia circinately circinella (6) Columellate sporangia absent, merosporangia
John Walter Wilson, Orda Allen Plunkett, 1965
Plants Invade the Land: Evolutionary and Environmental ...
and only the circinately coiled component is determinable. US4936576. × 0.8. B:
Axis with two circinately coiled apices to the left. At right, three lateral Kbranches
depart; the proximally directed segments are interpreted as rootlike. US6368217
Patricia G. Gensel, Dianne Edwards, 2013