10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CRISPATE»
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Flora of Tropical East Africa - Compositae 1 (2000)
Perennial herb with annual stems 7-40 cm tall from a woody rootstock; roots
thong-like, swelling into tubers; stems solitary or 2-3 together, erect, pubescent
with spreading crispate hairs and some T-shaped hairs. Leaves sessile, ovate to
Synopsis of the report on zoophytes of the U.S. exploring ...
Erect and lobed, lobes foliaceous, crispate, with the margin rounded, crenulate,
often excised ; polyps green, tentacles obsolete. Corallum with the oririmes half a
line broad, series united by a slight trench, subconcentric, separated by ridges ...
Flora of Turkey and the East Aegean Islands
Stem 15-70 cm, crispate-pilose or subglabrous. Inflorescence racemose, or
paniculate below. Leaves 2-3-palmatisect; segments linear-lanceolate, c. 1 mm
broad. Inflorescence a simple raceme, 3-12 cm. Sepals pale yellowish, persistent
Peter Hadland Davis, James Cullen, M. J. E. Coode, 1988
Flora of the Galápagos Islands
... youngest twigs sparsely hirsute with somewhat crispate hairs, soon glabrate;
leaves variable in size; petioles slender, 0.5-4 cm long, slightly winged,
channeled on upper side, crispate-pubescent to glabrate; blades thin, elliptic to
Ira Loren Wiggins, Duncan M. Porter, Edward F. Anderson, 1971
Mountain Flora of Greece
Lectotype designated here: "in herbosis alpinis Peristeri frequens", GRISEBACH
797 (GOET!). Stems 5-14(-18) cm, erect or ascending, crispate-hairy. Basal
leaves 3-10 x 0.5-1.5 cm, ovate-lanceolate, 2-pinnatisect with narrow, incise-
Arne Strid, Kit Tan, 1991
Stems 8-12 cm, erect or ascending, glabrous or sparsely crispate- hairy, blackish,
leafy mainly in upper half. Leaves about as long as stem, ovate-lanceolate, 2-
pinnatisect, with lanceolate, incise-dentate, obtuse segments, glabrous except for
Annales Botanici Fennici
shaped crispate branches (Figs. IE, Y, 2Z, 3T, 7L, 9X); (3) the comparatively small
leaves near the proximal end of the divergent branches (e.g. Figs. IE, I, P, Y, 2Z,
3T, 7B, 8B, 9Q); (4) the undifferentiated stem cortex (Figs. 1C, 2FF); (5) the ...
Flora of Great Britain and Ireland: Volume 4, Campanulaceae ...
Leaves numerous, slightly crispate, ascending to erect; lamina 8–30× 2–5 cm,
medium to rather dark green on upper surface, the interlobe area near the midrib
sometimeswithslightdarkblotches,greenorslightlypinkishand striate on midrib, ...
Peter Sell, Gina Murrell, 2006
African Ethnobotany: Poisons and Drugs : Chemistry, ...
Leaves very variable in shape, obovate, narrowly obovate to linear, 3-12 (-17) x
0.5-5 cm. glabrous, rarely pubescent on both sides, acute tc emarginate and
apiculate to mucronate at the apex, flai or slightly crispate or undulate, above
Hans Dieter Neuwinger, 1996
of the stem leaves in Sect. Subsecunda; particularly in the unicorticate species.
Although different in details, the plants of the crispate morphotypes are
connected to the female plants mixed with them by the same distributional pattern
of pores ...
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Se bâlbâiau frecvent şi erau crispate în fata camerei. Unul din regizori, parcă David Esrig, încerca să le determine să-şi mascheze crisparea. «Observatorul, Dec 14»
Beauty for a day: The life of a daylily and a Kenton man who raises …
These shapes include Crispate (pinched, twisted, or quilled), Cascade and Spatulate. One or more of these shapes must be displayed on at ... «State Gazette, Jun 14»
Amelia Island Holiday daylily is a graceful stunner
It is called unusual in form, crispate, with scapes reaching 32 inches. It is considered midseason and a rebloomer. The cream and dark apricot ... «Killeen Daily Herald, Jun 14»
At the Frontiers of the Unsayable: Bennett Sims's A Questionable …
And by God it did: that dead leaf, brown and crispate, seemed to be borne aloft by a thousand invisible, white hands.” The allusion-loving ... «The Millions, May 13»