10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «STENOPHYLLOUS»
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Rheophytes of the World: An Account of the Flood-Resistant ...
And I learned further, that the great Beccari (1902, 1904) in his unrivalled
research in the great forests of Borneo had arranged them in a special ecological
group, viz. that of the 'stenophyllous plants', but that he had hypothesized that leaf
Cornelis Gijsbert Gerrit Jan Steenis, 1981
U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin
Scoring the highest of all the length to width ratio character states, however, is the
stenophyllous condition, in which length:width is greater than 4:1. Stenophylls
are more common in dry mesothermal to megathermal climates than in any other
Journal of the Faculty of Science, Hokkaido University: ...
The most stenophyllous Acer known is the latest Eocene A. elwyni. This species
is abundantly represented in the Mormon Creek and Metzel Ranch beds; the
irregular orientation of the leaves and the absence of parallel bedding in the
Biotic Response to Global Change: The Last 145 Million Years
Flowering plant leaf morphology is also indicative of distinctive habitats, e.g.
elongate stenophyllous leaves characterize riparian settings while cordate
leaves with drip tips typify tropical rainforest understory. Leaf cuticle thickness is
Stephen J. Culver, Peter F. Rawson, 2000
Eocene Biodiversity: Unusual Occurrences and Rarely Sampled ...
Plants which grow in or immediately adjacent to fast-flowing streams often have
narrow (stenophyllous) leaves (Richards, 1996). It is possible, therefore, that the
narrow leaves derive from (possibly distant) streamside vegetation, although ...
Advances in Food-Producing Systems For Arid and Semiarid Lands
... purshii — M (10) scorpiurus — M (14) stenophyllous ~ M (19) . tribuloides — M
(4) DaZea fbrmosa — N, M (17) Glycyrrhiza gZabra — M (15) Halimodendron
halodendron — M (15, 16) Hedysarum boreale — M (10) Hbfjhunseggia
English Words: From Latin and Greek Elements
Also, stenobathic (bath- deep) — meaning living within narrow limits of depth,
stenophagous ( = eating few kinds of foods), stenomorph, stenophyllous,
stenorynchous (rhynchos snout). TACHY- from tachys swift. Usually listed. TACH-
is not ...
Geological Survey Professional Paper
... currents and hence be under represented. Another problem is that fossil
assemblages may contain an over-representation of streamside plants (
MacGinitie, 1953, p. 46) [such as] stenophyllous plans that typically fall into the
low size-classes ...
The Late Oligocene (28--27 Ma) Guang River Flora from the ...
The fossil also differs from the sclerophyllous Cryptocarypa angustifolia and C.
myrtifolia, which have stenophyllous and nanophyllous leaves, respectively.
Ocotea is a large pantropical genus of about 300 species of trees and shrubs ...
Bioscientific Terminology: Words from Latin and Greek Stems
... chromosome hydrocephaly poikilothermic dermatitis hypodermic polylecithal
dermatology microcephaly psychosomatic dextrocardia microtome rhizophyllous
diathermy neoplasm sperm otheca dolichocephalic neurothecitis stenophyllous ...