Atlas of Seeds and Fruits of Central and East-European Flora: The Carpathian Mountains Region

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Springer Science & Business Media, 17.09.2007 г. - 1046 страници
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The Atlas of Seeds and Fruits of Central and East-European Flora presents nearly 4,800 seed illustrations, supplemented with detailed seed descriptions, brief plant descriptions, and information on the locality and the native source of plants. The Carpathian flora covered here occurs not only in the Carpathian Mountains, but also in large lowlands extending towards the south, north and east and involves introduced and invading flora of more than 7,500 species. This publication is unique on two counts. Its scope extends to an unprecedented number of different plant seeds from a wide-ranging region. Moreover, it presents descriptions in unusual detail.

 

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Taxonomy and Morphology of Seeds
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Taxodiaceae
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Cupressaceae
13
Ephedraceae
17
Magnoliaceae 17 28 Nyctaginaceae
45
Portulacaceae
47
Plumbaginaceae
91
Polygonaceae
115
Paeoniaceae
127
Ranunculaceae
129
Nymphaeaceae
159
Nelumbonaceae
161
Papaveraceae
163
Hypecoaceae
169
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Chenopodiaceae
95
Amaranthaceae
111

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Страница xxiv - Connivent. Approximate but not organically united. Convoluted. Said of parts rolled or twisted together when in an undeveloped stage, as in some corollas in the bud stage. Cordate. With a sinus and rounded lobes at the base, the overall outline usually ovate; often restricted to the base rather than to the outline of the entire organ; heart-shaped. Coriaceous. Leathery.
Страница xxxi - Stalk - the stem or main axis of a plant, which supports the leaves, flowers, and fruit. Any lengthened support on which an organ grows, as the petiole of a leaf or the peduncle of a flower...
Страница xxxi - Suture. A seam or line or groove; usually applied to the line along which a fruit dehisces; any lengthwise groove that forms a junction between two parts. Swale. An open hollow or depression, usually wet at least seasonally. Swamp. A wooded area having surface water much of the time. Syncarp. A multiple or aggregate fruit derived from numerous separate ovaries of a single flower.
Страница xxiv - Colony. A stand, group, or population of neighboring plants of one species, the origin having been clonal, from seeds, or both. Coma. A tuft of soft hairs, as at the apices or bases of seeds.
Страница xxv - Cotyledons - embryonic leaf present in the seed; the first leaf or leaves of a seed plant, found in the embryo...
Страница xxiv - A protoplasmic network of elaters or filaments embedding spores within sporangia of certain fungi. capitate (kap'itat) a. [L. caput, head.] Enlarged or swollen at tip ; gathered into a mass at apex, as compound stigma, some inflorescences ; appl. a bone, os capitatum. capitatum (kapita'tum) n.
Страница xxv - Crown. That part of a stem at or just below the surface of the ground; an inner appendage of a petal or the throat of a corolla; an appendage or extrusion standing between the corolla and stamens, or on the corolla; an outgrowth of the staminal part or circle as in milkweeds.
Страница xxx - ... a partition separating two cavities or masses of tissue, as in fruits, chambered shells, fungal hyphae, corals, heart, nose, tongue, etc.
Страница xxvi - I -seeded. Echinate. Bearing prickles. Elliptic. An outline that is oval, narrowed to rounded at the ends and widest at about the middle (as the outline of a football); ellipsoid, a solid with an elliptical outline. Emarginate. Said of leaves, sepals, or petals, and other structures that are notched at the apex.
Страница xxiv - ... the flower in the bud stage, occasionally colored or petallike (petaloid), in some groups greatly reduced or lacking. Calyx tube. Tube formed by wholly or partially fused sepals. Not the floral tube of a perigynous or epigynous flower.

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