10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SYNCARP»
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Indian Pandanaceae - an overview
Pandanas martinianas Nadaf & Zanan, Phytotaxa 73: 2. Original diagnosis:
Pandanas martinianas is distinguished from other Indian Pandanas species in
having 10—12 cm long, 6—7 cm wide ellipsoid syncarp, compiling 140—160
Altafhusain Nadaf, Rahul Zanan, 2013
TABLE 1 - Key to ipecies of Ananas. 1. Foliaceous coma completely lacking at
apex of syncarp 1 A. monstrosus 2. Foliaceous coma crowning the syncarp 2.
Syncarp less than 15 cm long at maturity, dry or nearly so ; scape elongate,
Claude Py, Jean Joseph Lacoeuilhe, Claude Teisson, 1987
Lupulus L.; D. Fatoua villosa (Thumb.) Nakai; E. Vanieria tricuspidata Hu; F.
Broussonetia kazinoki Sieb.] (H) MULBERRY SYNCARP AND SEEDS After
fertilisation, the perianth and ovary wall of female florets, particularly the inner
wall of the ...
Kichisaburō Minamizawa, 1997
A Text-Book of Botany: Morphological and Physiological
The ripe gynaeceum has in such cases been termed a multiple fruit, but it would
be much better to apply to it the term syncarp. Thus, for example, the small fruits
resulting from the flower of Ranunculus or Clematis or the larger ones from the ...
Julius Sachs, Alfred W. Bennett, W. T. Thiselton Dyer, 2011
Foreign relations of the United States,1952-1954: Guatemala
C. KUFIRE: Systematic exploitation SYNCARP KUFIRE assets and development
independent assets, if vigorously pursued, can be accomplished next 90 days. D.
KUGOWN: Flow of guidance and materials to controlled assets is presently ...
Susan K. Holly, David S. Patterson
Descriptive Flora of Puerto Rico and Adjacent Islands
... or elongate, linear branches; ovules solitary, affixed to the septum below the
middle, ascending; fruit a syncarp, succulent, containing numerous nutlets, these
cartilaginous or osseous, 1 -seeded; seeds obovoid or reniform. About 80
Perianth of male flowers 4-partite ; stamens 4, inflexed in bud. Perianth of female
flowers with 4 almost or quite free segments, becoming fleshy in fruit. Leaves
pubescent beneath ; syncarp subsessile 1. nigra Leaves almost glabrous
Fruit an angular drupe up to 5 cm long, arranged in clusters in a globose to
ellipsoid, drooping, orange-red syncarp 15–20(–30) cm × 12–18(–20) cm; drupe
clusters free from each other but tightly crowded, pentagonal or hexagonal, 3–8
Brink, M. & Achigan-Dako, E.G., 2012
The Pineapple: Botany, Production, and Uses
Foliaceous coma usually crowning the stolons, very rarely by axillary shoots, up
to syncarp. Plant propagating by the crown and 2 m high. Leaves densely
rosulate, generally shoots from the stem or peduncle (slips) .... arching decurved,
2-3 m ...
D. P. Bartholomew, Robert E. Paull, K. G. Rohrbach, 2002
Systematics and Reproductive Biology of the Genus Morus L. ...
Similarly, M. insignis, which was classified by Leroy into subgenus
Gomphomorus, is another genetically distant species relative to the “core” Morus
clade and likewise has distinctive leaf and syncarp morphology. Both Old World
M. macroura ...
3 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «SYNCARP»
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What's blooming at Baltimore's Rawlings Conservatory?
These flowers develop into berries that fuse together and form a syncarp, a multiple fleshy fruit similar to a raspberry. Photo credit: Michael Lemmon. Posted by ... «Baltimore Sun, May 10»
Plant Profile: Screw pine a bold look for any garden location
The fruit is a syncarp a multiple fruit like a pineapple with many drupes imbedded in the flesh, rarely produced in the U.S.; some Pandanus cultivars are ... «TCPalm, Jun 08»
Plant profile: Screw pines need lots of space to grow
The fruit is an 8- to 9-inch round syncarp, a multiple fruit like a pineapple with many (100-200) woody drupes, and can weigh up to 8 pounds. Hardiness: USDA ... «TCPalm, Apr 08»