TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «PYRENOCARP»
The term «pyrenocarp» is used very little and occupies the 168.008
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PYRENOCARP»
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American Journal of Botany
The substratum was included in many cases in order to get all stages. It proved to
be very easily sectioned. There was considerable variation in the stages of
development among the different asci in a pyrenocarp. Sometimes mature spores
The Journal of the Linnean Society of London: Botany
Pyrenocarp. p. 62. || Lich. Scand. p. 283. T Lich. Scand. p. 249. LINN. PROC. —
BOTANV, VOL. IX. U be said to exist, and gonidia are absent ; but DB. LAUDER
LINDSAY ON ARTHONIA MKLASl'ERMKl.LV. 279 den Bau und das Winden der
The journal of the Linnean Society of London
307. t Mudd, ibid. p. 298. § Pyrenocarp. p. 62. || Lich. Scand. p. 283. V Lich.
Scand. p. 249. LINN. PBOC. — BOTANY, VOL. IS. be said to exist, and gonidia
are absent ; but DB. LAUDEB LINDSAY ON ABTUONIA MELASPEBMELLA. 279.
Linnean Society (London), 1867
Perithecium: flask-shaped fruiting body of pyrenocarp lichens (pi. perithecia).
Phycobiont: the algal partner in lichens located in the algal layer. Phyllocladia:
tiny granular or leaflike structures on branches of Stereocaulon. Plates: flattened
1-4) INTRODUCTION he number of species of Pyrenocarp lichens at present
known to occur in the Antarctic is twenty, the genera represented being
Verrucaria, Thelidium, Staurothele, Microglaena, Dermatocarpon and Mastodia.
The genus ...
The winning of Australian Antarctica. Mawson's ...
Thus it will be seen that the first application of the name did not include a single
pyrenocarp lichen and if a type species should be chosen, it should betaken from
the Lecanora-Ochrolechia-Pertusarui group. Since Vcrrucaria has been in ...
Comparative Morphology and Biology of the Fungi, Mycetozoa, ...
Same as membranous Neck. In Pyrenomycetes: conical or cylindrical prolonged
apex of pyrenocarp through which runs the canal leading to the ostiole. Same as
tubulus. Nucleus. See kernel. Obligate. Necessary, essential. Comp. facultative.
Langenscheidt Dictionary of Biology English: English-German, ...
561. pyrenocarp. pure water Reinwasser n, reines Wasser n purification (Lab,
Biot) Reinigung f, Klärung r; Raffination / purification procedure 1 .
Reinigungsprozedur f 2. Reinigungsvorschrift f purification step Reinigungsschritt
m purify v ...
The Facts on File Dictionary of Botany
DPD See diffusion pressure deficit. drupe (pyrenocarp) A fleshy indehiscent fruit
containing one or more seeds each surrounded by a hard stony wall, the endo-
carp. Drupes with one seed include plums and cherries while many-seeded ...
The Antarctic Dictionary: A Complete Guide to Antarctic English
On sledging journeys furs are, of course, required to sleep in. 1948 Lamb, I.
Mackenzie Antarctic pyrenocarp lichens. Discovery reports vol XXVCambridge
University Press, Cambridge: 7. In 1945 two sledge journeys were made from the