10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HYPOGENOUS»
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The English Flora of Sir James Edward Smith: Class XXIV. ...
Class XXIV. Cryptogamia Sir William Jackson Hooker. 6. P. Primulw, Grev. (
Primrose Puccinia) ,- hypogenous deep brown solitary, scattered or concentric
and subconfluent, sporidia rather slender, their lower cell attenuated into a short
Sir William Jackson Hooker, 1836
An Introduction to the Study of Microscopic Fungi
Common. Puccinia vaginalium, Lk Knotgrass Brand; spots none ; sori
hypogenous, subrotund or oblong, at first surrounded by the ruptured epidermis ;
spores brown, obtusely ovate ; pedicels long, filiform.— On leaves and stems of
Mordecai Cubitt Cooke, 1870
English Flora: Class 24, Cryptogamia, Pt. 2, comprising the ...
(Primrose Puccinia) ; hypogenous deep brown solitary, scattered or concentric
and subcontinent, sporidia rather slender, their lower cell attenuated into a shorl
stem. Grev. ! PL Ed. p. 432. On Primula vulgaris. Kirkcaldy, Dr. Greville Sporidia ...
James Edward Smith, William Jackson Hooker, Miles Joseph Berkeley, 1836
Documents of the Senate of the State of New York
Hypogenous ; spots yellow or none ; sori small, subrotund, scattered or clustered,
blackish-brown or black ; spores oblong, slightly constricted, obtuse or somewhat
pointed, .0016-.002. long, .0008' broad ; peduncle hyaline, one-half to wholly ...
New York (State). Legislature. Senate, 1872
Hypogenous; spots none; sori nearly equal, subrotund, prominent, scattered,
rarely closely placed and confluent, brown ; spores strongly constricted, .0013'—.
0016' long, .0007'—.0008' broad, the two parts nearly globose and equal;
New York State Museum, 1873
Current Concepts in Botany
Order: Glomerales Morton and Benny, 1990 (described as Glomales,
orthographically corrected to Glomeromycetes) Mostly hypogenous, sometimes
epigeous, forming endomycorrhizas or mycorrhiza-like symbiosis within spore,
The Superior Person's Second Book of Weird and Wondrous Words
Hypogenous HYPOGENOUS a. <£ Growing on the under side of anything, as for
example a fungus on the underneath of a rock. "Wash those bare feet of yours
this instant, young man! You've already introduced enough hypogenous life
Plant Identification: A Pocket Glossary
Hypogenous. Inserted beneath and being inferior to the ovary. (50) hypogenous
petals and calyx Hysterantherous. Having leaves which appear after the flowers.
Imbricated. Overlapping, like the tiles on a roof. Immarginate. Having no distinct ...
Permafrost: Second International Conference, July 13-28, ...
The question of the behavior of secondary clay minerals in connection with
cryogenesis has been little studied, and most of the investigators have not even
mentioned it. The existence of a limit of comminution of the hypogenous minerals
Frederick J. Sanger, Peter J. Hyde, 1978
Australian Rainforests: Islands of Green in a Land of Fire
The dietary specialisation of rat kangaroos to hypogenous fungi that are
abundant in Eucalyptus forest, particularly on dry and infertile sites, is also
consistent with the view of long- term evolutionary relationships between
vertebrates and ...