FLORA POLINICA DE CHAMELA, JALISCO (FAMILIAS ACHATOCARPACEAE, BASE- LLACEAE, CARICACEAE, CHRYSOBALANACEAE, JULIANIACEAE, MORINGACEAE, OPILIACEAE, PLUMBAGINACEAE Y SIMAROUBACEAE)
- Malabar nightshade:. Schlegel, Rolf H. J. // Encyclopedic Dictionary of Plant Breeding & Related Subjects;2003, p473
An encyclopedia entry for the term "Malabar nightshade" or Basella alba is presented.
- REVISION DEL GENERO JARILLA RUSBY (CARICACEAE). Diaz Luna, Carlos Luis; Lomeli Sencio, Jose Aquileo // Acta Botanica Mexicana;dic1992, Issue 20, p77
A critical taxonomic revision of the genus Jarilla Rusby is made, recognizing the following species as valid: J. heterophylla (Cerv. ex La Llave) Rusby, J. caudata (Brandegee) Standley and J. chocola Standley. A natural hybrid between J. heterophylla and J. caudata is described.
- Pollen up close. // Ranger Rick;Aug94, Vol. 28 Issue 8, p11
Provides information about pollen. Appearance of pollen grains; Problems caused by pollen to people; Pollen as a seed maker.
- Bee pollen as a health food. // FDA Consumer;Apr84, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p21
Pollen, gathered from flowers by the common honeybee, is used as food by the bees. Pollen is collected by humans from the bees' hives, processed into several forms and marketed as an extra ordinarily nutritious food.
- Projected levels of grass pollen in 50 cities (for May 31-June 2). Urquhart, Sidney; Zoglin, Richard // Time;6/7/1993, Vol. 141 Issue 23, p18
Presents, in map form, information on high, medium and low pollen counts in fifty cities across the United States for the period May 31-June 2 from the Marion Merrell Dow Pollen Hotline.
- A pollen record of Holocene climatic changes from the Dunde ice cap, Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. Liu, Kam-biu; Yao, Zuju; Thompson, Lonnie G. // Geology;Feb98, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p135
Presents a study of a pollen record of Holocene climatic changes. Location of the study; Detailed information on the study; Methods used in the study; Conclusions.
- Pollen count. // U.S. News & World Report;4/4/94, Vol. 116 Issue 13, p6
Comments how April heralds the start of allergy season. Pollen, the biggest misery maker; How these microscopic reproductive cells released by plants inundate the air, irritating mucous membranes and lead to headaches, congestion and more for millions of sufferers.
- Allergies on the Map. // Weekly Reader News - Edition 3;5/7/2010, Vol. 79 Issue 24, p4
A quiz concerning the levels of pollen in the air in the U.S. is presented.
- Halocene vegetational changes in the Tombigbee River Valley, easternMississippi Whitehead, Donald R.; Sheehan, Mark C. // American Midland Naturalist;Jan1985, Vol. 113 Issue 1, p122
No abstract available.