TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «OMBROPHOBE»
The term «ombrophobe» is used very little and occupies the 165.776
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «OMBROPHOBE»
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Journal of Horticulture and Practical Gardening
Some of the plants, called by Professor Wiesner " ombrophobe," can only for a
short time stand continuous rain, and soon shed their leaves and decay. Others,
called " ombrophil," can stand it for months together. Plants growing in dry places
Dictionary of Soils and Fertilisers
... where rain is abundant. Ombrophobe. A plant which cannot survive in
continuous rain. Ombrophyte. A plant inhabiting rainy places. Omega Tankage. A
trade name for a high-grade nitrogenous tankage Dictionary of Soils and
48, 119—210. Schindler, H. (1935). Das Xanthorietum substellaris, eine
ombrophobe Flechtengemeinschaft der vogtlandischen Diabase. Beih. Bot.
Zentralbl., Abt. B 53, 252—266. Schmid, G. (1927). Zur Okologie der Luftalgen.
Ber. Deut. Bot.
The Cambridge Illustrated Glossary of Botanical Terms
 oleaceous Relating to the Oleaceae. oleiferous Producing oil.
oligostemonous (paucistemonous) Having few stamens. ombrophile (see
ombrophyte) ombrophobe A plant intolerant of prolonged rainfall. ombrophyte (
ombrophile) A plant ...
Michael Hickey, Clive King, 2000
Plants of dry places are usually ombrophobe, but the reverse cannot be said of
plants growing under wet surroundings. “ Leaves appear to gain in power of
resisting rain as they develop, and to reach a climax in this respect at the period
William Frear, Charles Plumb, 1894
... ombrophobous (om-broph'-o-bous) Said of an organism that cannot tolerate
extremely rainy conditions. Cf: ombrophilous. Noun: ombrophobe. ombrotrophic
peat Peat whose nutrient supply is exclusively from rain water (including snow
Julia A. Jackson, James P. Mehl, Klaus K. E. Neuendorf, 2005
Robertson's Words for a Modern Age: A Cross Reference of ...
Qualifying words: ombratropic, ombrat- ropism, ombrocleistogamic,
ombrocleistoga- my, ombrograph, ombrologist, ombrology, ombrometer,
ombrophile, ombrophilous, om- brophily, ombrophobe, ombrophobia, ombro-
phobic, ombrophoby, ...
On the sensibility of the chlorophyll apparatus in ombrophobe and ombrophilc
plants : W. Lubimenko. The facts observed show clearlv that the assimilating
energy depends on the concentration of the pigment in the chlorophyll grains.
e-Study Guide for Olds Maternal-Newborn Nursing & Womens ...
Ombrophobe 2. The cervicalcapisa form of barrier contraception. A cervical cap
fits over the cervix and blocks sperm from entering the uterus through the external
orifice of the uterus, called the os. Terminology The term cervicalcaphas been ...
Cram101 Textbook Reviews, 2012
Lubimenko classifies his material into ombrophil and ombrophobe and remarks
that the ombrophil species reduce their assimilation after the optimum much more
rapidly than the ombrophobe. Cieslar points out that the more logical ...