TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «TROPOPHYTIC»
The term «tropophytic» is used very little and occupies the 176.773
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TROPOPHYTIC»
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Plant and Animal Geography
The tropophytic trees are more sharply limited by climatic factors in their double
effect on them and on the soil. They require, especially beech, abundant moisture
in the growing season ; they demand also that the chemical changes in the soil ...
Marion Isabel Newbigin, 1964
The Philippine Journal of Science
The dimorphism mentioned above is, as far as it goes, a tropophytic adaptation.
Aaplcnium subnorniale and the little Ophioglossum growing on creek edges are
more completely tropophytic, usually disappearing during the dry season. Unless
(5) The Deciduilignosa are dominated by tropophytic trees and shrubs, which
regularly lose their leaves during an unfavourable period and which generally
have protected buds. They are characteristic of the middle and somewhat
Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication
The tropophytic plants are alike in that they all drop their leaves more or less
quickly in times of drought, but Parkinsonia microphylla differs from the others in
having a continuous covering of epidermis over all of its parts, even the limbs
The Wet and the Dry: Irrigation and Agricultural ...
The agricultural activities of cutting, firing, and planting new yam- aroid swiddens
are thus closely tied to the tropophytic requirements of the Dioscorea yam (see
Coursey 1967:71-74). The indigenous agricultural calendar, including the ta'u ...
Patrick Vinton Kirch, 1995
Ecosystem Research in South America
The present study deals mainly with the moist tropical evergreen and tropophytic
forests of the northern part of the South American sub-continent. Characteristic is
the abundance of tree species (40-80 species per ha), its intensive mixture ...
Hans Lamprecht, P. Müller, 1977
The Marshall Cavendish illustrated encyclopedia of plants ...
12a) Hygromorphic tussock herbs: broadleaved herbs with seasonal foliage (
tropophytic): ground ferns with leaves arising from buds protected by dense
scales on the stump-like upright stem. 12b) Tall tuft grasses: tropophytic grasses
Marshall Cavendish Corporation, 1988
Ecosystem theory and application
habitus of Megatherm-hydrophilous Megatherm-tropophytic rl imatir 1.1 1 1 1 td
in Hygromorph-mesomorph -» tropomorph climax formation Main climatic
Superhumid to humid, ombro- Humid to subhumid, semi-deciclimax formations
Anahulu: The Anthropology of History in the Kingdom of ...
... or tropophytic crops such as sweet potatoes (Ipomoea batatas), gourds (
Lagenaria siceraria), FIG. 1.10. The Anahulu Stream in Kawailoa-uka. and yams (
Dioscorea. The Anahulu Valley and Hawaiian Prehistory 21.
Patrick Vinton Kirch, Marshall Sahlins, 1994
Biodiversity and Domestication of Yams in West Africa: ...
D. praehensilis, D. abvssinica and the domesticated forms are actually both
perennial as well as geophytic and tropophytic species (Miege, 1952), since their
biological flexibility enables them to adapt to a climate with alternating wet and