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Publisher: CRC Press
This book brings together information on the natural history, ecology and systematics of North American aquatic monocotyledons. The book is an overview of the biology of major aquatic species by compiling information from numerous sources that lie scattered among the primary literature, herbarium databases, and other reference sources. Information on more than 300 species in 87 genera of monocotyledons will be included. Recent phylogenetic analyses will be incorporated. Although focusing specifically on North America, the cosmopolitan distribution of many aquatic plants should make this an attractive text to people working virtually anywhere outside of the region as well. Key Selling Features: The primary source of natural history information on aquatic plants Comprehensive lists of ecological associates Synthetic overview of systematic relationships of aquatic species and genera Practical information for rare and invasive plant managers Essential guide to facilitate wetland delineation
Differences in seed rain composition in small and large fragments in the
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responsive genes in a dominant ABA-less-sensitive mutant line of common
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Author: Carol C. Baskin
The new edition of Seeds contains new information on many topics discussed in the first edition, such as fruit/seed heteromorphism, breaking of physical dormancy and effects of inbreeding depression on germination. New topics have been added to each chapter, including dichotomous keys to types of seeds and kinds of dormancy; a hierarchical dormancy classification system; role of seed banks in restoration of plant communities; and seed germination in relation to parental effects, pollen competition, local adaption, climate change and karrikinolide in smoke from burning plants. The database for the world biogeography of seed dormancy has been expanded from 3,580 to about 13,600 species. New insights are presented on seed dormancy and germination ecology of species with specialized life cycles or habitat requirements such as orchids, parasitic, aquatics and halophytes. Information from various fields of science has been combined with seed dormancy data to increase our understanding of the evolutionary/phylogenetic origins and relationships of the various kinds of seed dormancy (and nondormancy) and the conditions under which each may have evolved. This comprehensive synthesis of information on the ecology, biogeography and evolution of seeds provides a thorough overview of whole-seed biology that will facilitate and help focus research efforts. Most wide-ranging and thorough account of whole-seed dormancy available Contains information on dormancy and germination of more than 14,000 species from all the continents – even the two angiosperm species native to the Antarctica continent Includes a taxonomic index so researchers can quickly find information on their study organism(s) and Provides a dichotomous key for the kinds of seed dormancy Topics range from fossil evidence of seed dormancy to molecular biology of seed dormancy Much attention is given to the evolution of kinds of seed dormancy Includes chapters on the basics of how to do seed dormancy studies; on special groups of plants, for example orchids, parasites, aquatics, halophytes; and one chapter devoted to soil seed banks Contains a revised, up-dated classification scheme of seed dormancy, including a formula for each kind of dormancy Detailed attention is given to physiological dormancy, the most common kind of dormancy on earth
Erythronium Dens canis , the Dog ' s - tooth Violet , having two of the cells
spurious ; styles three ; Bot . : The English ... Most are from Brazil and other parts
of South America , or the West Indies , a few from ( SCALLOP , 8 . ) 1 2 . ... Botany
: ě - rýth ' - ro - phğı , ě - rýth - ro - phği ' - line , 1 . ... A genus of Orchids , tribe
Arethuseæ , mountain , which retained his name . ... Lat , escambium = They are small in size , and have not the preEastern peninsula and the adjacent islands .
Gr . AETTO epús ( lep cal , sometimes naked ; operculum concave or tomerēs ) =
composed of small particles ; pref . subulate ... They are from the Laminarian and Coralline | lệp - tür - 1 - dæ , s . ... The typical genus of the family " The lerid and
the lewid that wonned in the south . " Bot . : A genus of Brazilian Orchids , tribe ...
bón , boy : podt , Jodl ; cat , çell , chorus , chin , bench ; go , gem ; thin , this ; sin ,
aş ; expect , Xenophon , exist . ... There is one that strikes on a small gong , or A
wooden instrument , before every stroke of the oar , then the rowers answer all at
... Bot . : A kind of holly , Ilex Gongonha , used in Brazil for making tea . It is a
diuretic and diaphoretic . gon - gör - ą , s . ... Bot . : A fine genus of orchids , tribe
Vandex . They have lance - shaped leaves more than a foot long , and drooping
an allusion to the leaves . ) Palæont . : The typical genus of the family " The lerid
and the lewid that wonned in the south . " Leptolepidæ ( q.v. ) . Its species are
from the Bot . : A genus of Brazilian Orchids , tribe Robert de Brune , p . 38 . Lias .
A distinct and pretty species , of : densely tufted habit ; the dorsal sepal is 11 inch
long , maroon with a narrow line on each side of the ... New Grenada . Fig . -
Journ . of Ilort . , 1892 , xxiv . p . 275 , f . 45 ; Bot . Vag . , t . 7233 . RODRIGUEZIA ,
Ruiz et Paron . ( Tribe Vandeae , subtribe Oncidieae . ) This is a small group of Brazilian and Central American epiphytes , with which some authorities associate
Sanderiana being one of the best of the whites , and L. a Schroderæ , & quaint ,
but rather small pink - tipped flower , the ... Veitch , and illustrated in the
Gardeners ' Chronicle , was raised from C. caudatum instead of C. Lindeni , as
the one parent ... It is now generally known that lightly - watered Cattleyas ,
Lælias , and Brazilian Orchids generally , root well and flower ... Bot . Mag . , t .
7268 . -A terrestrial Orchid from the Malay Peninsula , with oblong - lanceolate
undulate leaves of a ...
orchid hybrids NAME DORITAENOPSIS continued Heartlight Horcid Houpi
Beauty La Salle Liu Neng - Dow Memoria Doctor ... MILTASSIA Likelike
MILTONIA Brazilian Fantasy Messenger Pink Pansy Riostern Sekayouma new orchid hybrids new orchid ... Snow Line x Dtps . Whistling Swan Carter & Holmes
How Yee Peng Lo Ching - Po ( Lai Ching - Feng ) Zuma Canyon ... Lc .
Christopher Gubler x Epi . cordigerum Lc . Meadite x Epi . plicatum Harry Crosby
( Beall ) Singapore Bot .
Torrey Bot . Club 103 ( 3 ) : 117 - 121 ( 1976 ) . These two papers form the
second and final parts of what the author terms 3 regional ... This small species
from Vera Cruz State in Mexico has flowers reminiscent of P . grobyi Batem . ex
Lindl . but the dorsal sepal ... These are the first records in Colombia of this genus
of dwarf orchids which had previously only been recorded from Panama and Brazil . ... Each species is illustrated by a line drawing of the flower often 108 The Orchid Review.
An Enumeration of the Known Species of Orchids John Lindley ... Lindley , in Bot
. Reg . , t . 1627 . Wild in BRAZIL ; Minas Geraës — Regnell : Macahé and Bar
nanal - Descourtilz , ( v . v . c . ) ... same species in different states , M. stelluta
being a very large vigorous specimen and M. favescens a small starved The so -
called Mexican habitat of ... with a purple line , the upper and the petals without
the ursine howling monkey of northern Brazil ( Alouatta , syn . ... LINGUADO ( a
flounder ) . aramado -da ( adj . ) ... a slow - moving person ; ( Naut . ) crowfoot ; ( Bot . ) an orchid ( Renanthera coccinea ) ; a glorylily ( Gloriosa simplex ) ... any of
numerous small , bright - colored songless birds , esp . manakins , common in Brazil , notably in the Amazon region ; also = UIRAPURU ( a wren ) . aráquida ( f .
, Bot . ) ...
1 Octomeria flaviflora C. Schweinf . in Bot . Mus . Octomeria flaviflora O
CTOMERIA is a genus of “ pleurothallid ” orchids that are similar to those of
Restrepiella ... There are rather more than 20 species of Octomeria in Venezuela
, but most have flowers too small to appeal to anyone ... from its summit were
feeding the headwaters of three distinct rivers , one Venezuelan , one Brazilian ,
and one Guyanan .