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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «SPERMATOPHYTE» OVER TIME
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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about spermatophyte
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SPERMATOPHYTE»
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They vary in size from several millimeters to many centimeters. Spermatoceles are generally not painful. However, some men may experience discomfort from larger spermatoceles.
Jesse Russell, Ronald Cohn, 2012
Assembling the Tree of Life
Spermatophyte diversity increased dramatically during the Carboniferous, giving
rise to several lineages with fernlike foliage, collectively known as “pteridosperms
” or “seed ferns” (fig. 10.6). These plants encompass an extremely broad array ...
Joel Cracraft Curator of Ornithology American Museum of Natural History, the Herbarium Michael J. Donoghue Curator, Peabody Museum of Natural History Yale University, 2004
Issues in Fossil Fuel Energy Technologies: 2011 Edition
Devonian. spermatophyte. diversity. and. paleoecology. at. Red. Hill,. north-
central. Pennsylvania,. USA. “Early spermatophytes have been discovered at
Red Hill, a Late Devonian (Famennian) fossil locality in north-central
Macrofossils and Their Contribution to the History of the ...
Dänemark - Makroreste - Floren- und Vegetationsgeschichte - Quartär.
Hans Arne Jensen, 1987
Form and Function in Developmental Evolution
Conversely, statistical concordance among the interspecific biomass partitioning
patterns identified for non-spermatophyte and spermatophyte lineages would
provide evidence that a single “canonical” pattern may exist. One powerful ...
Manfred D. Laubichler, Jane Maienschein, 2009
Concepts and Controversies in Tidal Marsh Ecology
M.P. Weinstein, Daniel A. Kreeger. respectively. Sørensen's similarity index was
used to make all possible comparisons between the 4 spermatophyte zones and
the 6 values generated ranged from 55 to 70%, indicating considerable overlap ...
Convergent Evolution: Limited Forms Most Beautiful
The fruit habit is also not an exclusively angiosperm trait: the odiferous fruit of the
nonangiosperm spermatophyte Ginkgo ... is familiar to many, as are the aromatic
“berries” of the common juniper, a nonangiosperm pinophyte spermatophyte.
George R. McGhee, 2011
Earth and Life: Global Biodiversity, Extinction Intervals ...
1997). Spermatophytes (Seed Plants) There are obviously strong selecting forces
in favour of heterospory, as it evolved several times, in fact in almost all
tracheophyte lineages (Bateman and DiMichele 1994). In the spermatophyte
John A. Talent, 2012
4 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «SPERMATOPHYTE»
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Green Space | Ferns for a summer shade garden
These spores grow into what we call the spermatophyte generation — tiny leafy looking things, usually no bigger than your pinkie nail. These produce male and ... «The Courier-Journal, Jun 15»
Calcium And Reproduction Go Together In Flowering Plants
... the spermatophyte, and a tiny green prothallus that is usually overlooked, the ... prominent, becoming effectively part of of the main plant, the spermatophyte. «Science 2.0, Aug 14»
Get Real with Resveratrol
Resveratrol is a chemical that spermatophyte (seed producing) plants create to ward off attacking fungi and bacteria. So it's ironically logical that plants from ... «Natural News.com, Feb 10»
Invasion of the 'island snatchers'
In total, they found 383 species of spermatophyte, or seed-bearing plant, had invaded at least one of the 30 island groups studied, with between three and 74 ... «BBC News, Aug 09»
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