ESTUDIO FLORï¿½STICO EN EL ï¿½REA DE LA COMUNIDAD INDï¿½GENA DE NUEVO SAN JUAN PARANGARICUTIRO, MICHOACï¿½N, Mï¿½XICO
- JUMPING GENES A SPECTACULAR EVOLUTION OF FLOWERING PLANTS. OLIVER, KEITH; McCOMB, JEN; GREENE, WAYNE // Australasian Science;Mar2014, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p19
The article reports on the rise in flowering plants in evolutionary history. It is said that there are at least 350,000 species of flowering plants across the world. They are distributed from the tropics to even the continent of Antarctica. Flowering plants include all annuals as well as all...
- Diascia integerrima. Rodda, Kelli // NMPRO - Nursery Management & Production;Jun2005, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p10
Describes the Diascia integerrima Coral Canyon which was discovered in South Africa's East Cape Drakensberg Mountains. Characteristics of the plant; Ability of the plant to grow well in various soil conditions and is drought resistant; Landscape and production practices tips for growing the plant.
- anÂ·giÂ·oÂ·sperm. // American Heritage Student Science Dictionary;2009, p16
A definition of the term "angiosperm" is presented. It refers to any of a large group of plants that have flowers and produce seeds enclosed in an ovary or a fruit. Most living plants are angiosperms.
- flowÂ·er. // American Heritage Student Science Dictionary;2009, p132
Definitions of the term "flower" are presented. As a noun, it refers to the reproductive structure of the seed-bearing plants known as angiosperms. It also means a flowering plant that is grown mainly for its brightly colored petals.
- MODULAR ORGANIZATION OF FLOWERING PLANTS AND ITS CONSEQUENCE. SAVINYKH, NATALYA // Modern Phytomorphology;2013, Vol. 3, p139
Three categories of modules (elementary, universal and essential) development in the flowering plant give them the following advantages: 1) wide range of elements for the body construction; 2) a high degree of autonomy of parts - universal and essential modules; 3) possibility of the existence...
- angiosperm:. Gough, Robert E. // Glossary of Vital Terms for the Home Gardener;1993, p7
A definition of the term "angiosperm" is presented. It refers to a group of seed-bearing plants possessing enclosed ovaries and flowers.
- Angiosperms from the Araripe National Forest, CearÃ¡, Brazil. Ribeiro-Silva, Suelma; de Medeiros, Marcelo Brilhante; Gomes, Beatriz Machado; Costa Seixas, Emídia Naiana; da Silva, Maria Arlene Pessoa // CheckList;2012, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p744
This study provides a species list of the angiosperms from the Araripe National Forest (ANF) in the south part of CearÃ¡ state, northeastern Brazil. The floristic survey recorded 188 species from 55 Angiosperm families. The most speciesrich families were Fabaceae (31), Rubiaceae (17),...
- EUROPEAN VERVAIN. Duke, James A.; Foster, Steven // Peterson Field Guide to Medicinal Plants & Herbs of Eastern & Ce;2000, p176
This article presents information on medicinal and annual plant Verbena officinalis or European vervain. In Europe, plant tea is used for obstructions of liver and spleen, headaches, and nervous disorders. Leaves are considered diuretic, milk-inducing, and its extracts are considered analgesic....
- DROUGHT-TOLERANT ANNUALS. // Southern Living;Jun2006, Vol. 41 Issue 6, p82
The article features Zowie! Yellow Flame zinnias, a 2006 All-America Selection wherein the flowers provide dependable color and need minimal watering.