10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «LEPTOPHYLLOUS»
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The Heavy Metal Tolerant Flora of Southcentral Africa
The relative importance of the leptophyllous plants should also be noted. These
are species with short aciculate leaves and not aphyllous plants which
dominated them in the leptophyllous taxa of the flora of the high termitaria. 11.4
R. R. Brooks, François Malaisse, A. Empain, 1985
The vegetation of the Páramos of the Colombian Cordillera ...
Most of the dominant woody species are nanophy llous , and smaller numbers
are leptophyllous and microphyllous . Mesophyllous species are absent. This is
in general agreement with Cuatrecasas (1934), who based his findings, however,
Calamintha Herbaceous Phanerophytic Chamaephytic Therophytic
Leptophyllous Nanophyllous Microphyl lous? Inferior lobe Non2spurred
Divergent; Longitudinal Upper lobe o on upper o on lower Nototribic Sexual?;
asexual North America ...
Leaf structure of a Venezuelan cloud forest: in relation to ...
Comparing column 2 (morphological leaf units) with column 1 (ecological leaf
units) of the Tables 5 — 8, we obtain the following results: Ecological leaf units
Layer I (5—40/60 m) Leptophyllous Nanophyllous Microphyllous Mesophyllous ...
Memoirs of the Botanical Survey of South Africa
Formation: Low to mid-high, open. leptophyllous(ericoid or fleshy) shrubland.
Differentiating features: Clanwilliam Karroid Shrubland and, to a lesser extent,
Renoster Shrubland show a number of links with fynbos. Both may have small ...
Bioscientific Terminology: Words from Latin and Greek Stems
... 11. dicrotism — a condition of the pulse in which with every wave there is the
sensation of two beats 12. leptophyllous — with slender leaves 13. neologism —
in psychiatry, meaningless or newly coined words 122 WORDS FROM GREEK.
Biogeography: Recent Advances and Future Directions
2 Size range (mm-) Leaf class Raunkiaer Webb Barkman (1934) (1959) (1979) (
Bryophyllous) - - 4 Leptophyllous 25 - 4-20 Nanophyllous 25-225 - 20-200
Microphyllous 225-2,025 225-2025 200-2,000 (Notophyllous) - 2,025-4,500 ...
Imperfect Balance: Landscape Transformations in the ...
Leaf size is leptophyllous or nanophyllous. Trunks branch from thebase but donot
diverge until 2 m or higher; crownsare rhomboidal, ellipsoidal,or spherical and
are relativelysmall. Thereisone arborescentstratum, with occasional emergents.
... evergreen sclerophyllous shrub, semi-evergreen shrub, summergreen shrub,
xeromorphic leptophyllous small tree, evergreen laurophyllous small tree,
evergreen microphyllous small tree, evergreen sclerophyllous stem-succulent
tree tree, ...
Eddy van der Maarel, Janet Franklin, 2012
Homage to Ramon Margalef, Or, Why There is Such Pleasure in ...
... whereas matorral communities are richer in nanophanerophytes or
chamaephytes with soft (malacophyllous) leaves, sometimes plane (like in Cistus
species) but in other cases leptophyllous (Erica) or linear. The austro-
Mediterranean Oleo- ...
Joandomènec Ros, Narcis Prat i Fornells, 1992
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «LEPTOPHYLLOUS»
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Mysterious fevers proving to be a tough nut for doctors
Around 80 cases of Scrub Typhus and 120 cases of Leptophyllous were suspected in the district when tests were carried out in Tirupati. «The New Indian Express, Jun 13»
Santa Monica's Ocean Park Boulevard Green Street Coming
Some of the trees that have already been considered at the various community workshops include: Cassia leptophyllous (Gold Medallion Tree); ... «Santa Monica Mirror, Sep 11»