10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GEOPHYTIC»
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The Biodiversity of African Plants
Bauhinia petersiana Bolle occurs as a non-succulent woody shrub on the eastern
edge of the Kalahari. Elsewhere in southern Africa species of Bauhinia reach tree
size. Another example of the geophytic trend in the Leguminosae is the genus ...
L.J.G. Van der Maesen, X.M. van der Burgt, J.M. van Medenbach de Rooy, 1996
Ornamental Geophytes: From Basic Science to Sustainable ...
example,.the.neotropical. and.mostly.tuberous.Spathicarpeae.(Gonçalves.et al..
2007);.the.cormous,.broadly.distributed.Old. World.Areae.(Cusimano.et al..2010)
Rina Kamenetsky, Hiroshi Okubo, 2012
Illustrated Handbook of Succulent Plants: Dicotyledons
 Geophytic herbs: R unknown: stems to 12 cm, ± 7 mm 0; L lanceolate, to 6 x 1
cm, glabrous, margin crisped; cymes 1- to 2-forked; peduncles to 1 cm; Bra
almost free, acute, 5 x 2.5 mm; Cy 4 x 3.5 mm; NG1 rim ± 1 mm; Ov obtusely
Peniocereus rosei, a geophytic cactus species from Mexico, with a greatly
enlarged root and slender stems. Cereeae. The Cereeae are a group of highly
specialized columnar cacti, which have evolved mainly in eastern South America,
Plant Diversity and Complexity Patterns: Local, Regional and ...
Thus far, the molecular clock estimates suggest relatively recent (late Miocene)
radiation for the shrubby, ant-dispersed genus Phylica (Rhamnaceae) (
Richardson et al. 2001), the geophytic sect. Hoarea of Pelargonium (
Geraniaceae) in the ...
Ib Friis, Henrik Balslev, Kongelige Danske videnskabernes selskab, 2005
Encyclopedia of Pest Management
These propagation techniques may allow transmission, buildup, and
dissemination of pathogens especially in geophytic plants (those grown from
bulbs, conns, rhizomes, tubers, etc.) by creation of infection sites through
David Pimentel, Ph.D., 2002
Flowering Plants · Dicotyledons: Magnoliid, Hamamelid and ...
Low-growing, almost geophytic cacti: rootstock napi- form or carrot-like: stems
depressed-globose, usually clustering, weakly tuberculate-ribbed, spineless.
Flowers arising in the densely woolly stem apex, campanulate. self-fertile:
Klaus Kubitzki, Jens G. Rohwer, Volker Bittrich, 1993
Woodland Period People and Plant Interactions: New Insights ...
Geophytes - tubers, corms, bulbs, rhizomes and roots Early historic accounts of
Native life repeatedly describe the Indigenous population of the Middle Atlantic
region as utilizing a wide range of geophytic taxa within their subsistence ...
Anatomy of the Monocotyledons Volume X: Orchidaceae
Subtribe rhizanthellinae r.S.rogers Glabrous, mostly subterranean,
holomycotrophic, geophytic herbs. Rhizomes perennial, thickened, branching
laterally, with or without tubers. Roots absent. Leaves reduced to colourless
fleshy scale leaves.
William Louis Stern, Mary Gregory, David F. Cutler, 2014
156), 241, 242 (Fig. 157); distribution, 304, 305; effect of drying on seeds, 243;
fruit ripening in water, 239; geophytic habit, 41 (Figs. 22 and 23), 217, 323;
germination, 248; land form, 195; mucilage, 271; rhizome, 39, 41 (Figs. 22, 23),
217, 323 ...
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