4 edition of atlas of Recent European moss spores found in the catalog.
atlas of Recent European moss spores
|Statement||by Ádám Boros and Magda Járai-Komlódi ; [translated by Magda Járai-Komlódi and Ottilia Kolumbán].|
|Contributions||Járai-Komlódi, Magda, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QE959 .B6713|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||465 p. :|
|Number of Pages||465|
|LC Control Number||76358448|
Flora of New York/Lycophytes. ↑ The New York Flora Atlas and New England Wild Flower Society list the spiny-spore quillwort as Isoëtes echinospora ssp. muricata because the leaves of the North American plants of bear stomata, while those of the European plants do not. The other sources used here treat ssp. muricata as a synonym. Books shelved as fungi: Mycophilia: Revelations from the Weird World of Mushrooms by Eugenia Bone, Mycelium Running: How Mushrooms Can Help Save the Worl. The phoebe-bird is a wise architect and perhaps enjoys as great an immunity from danger, both in its person and its nest, as any other bird. Its modest ashen-gray suit is the color of the rocks where it builds, and the moss of which it makes such free use gives to its nest the look of a natural growth or accretion. These seed spores produce a beautiful bright green, velvety moss of the variety commonly found in the famous Kyoto gardens of Japan. Detailed growing information enclosed. Arrives in .
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Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ádám Boros; Magda Járai-Komlódi. "This work is an enlarged and modernized version of An Atlas of Recent European Moss Spores by á. Boros and M.
Járai-Komlódi, published in by the Publishing House of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Akadémiai Kiadó). As the atlas of Recent European moss spores book edition is completely out of stock and the public shows increasing interest for the book.
Atlas of airborne fungal spores in Europe. Berlin ; New York: Springer-Verlag, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: S T Nilsson; A Käärik.
An atlas of fungal spores. Repeated high infection rates in the Central European Alps were reported in recent years, and although the life cycle of the pathogen is well understood, knowledge Author: Estelle Levetin.
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The species is classified as ‘Vulnerable’ in Europe (European Committee for Conservation of Bryophytes ). Study area. The 7‐ha study area is situated in eastern‐central Sweden (Vipängen, Uppsala, 59° 49′N, 17°39′ E), 30 m by: 6. MOSS SPORES. This means that when moss spores germinate they must be in practically ideal surroundings if they are to gain a foothold in their environment and survive.
Temperature, moisture, soil pH, and many other factors must all be congenial to the protonema, or else it will die, or the spore won't germinate in the first place.
Introduction. The analysis of fossil pollen and spores has developed into a method of profound value for palaeoenvironmental studies (e.g. von Post,Birks and Birks,Fægri and Iversen,Moore et al.,Bennett and Willis,Erdtman,Erdtman,Erdtman, ) providing proxy data for the reconstruction of past vegetation changes and climate history and Cited by: TECHNIQUES FOR EXTRACTION OF ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI SPORES.
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Mold grows in any environment, and is typically visible having a colored and fuzzy appearance. A compilation of the most common and ecologically important pollen and spore types from East Africa is still missing and badly needed.
With this pollen and spore atlas for tropical East Africa we fill this gap and contribute images and ecological background for pollen and 30 spore taxa commonly found in sediment cores in this by: A spore is a single reproductive cell that is pro-tected by a hard, watertight covering.
The covering prevents the cell from drying out. Spores are small and can be transported through the air. This means offspring from spores can grow in places that are dis-tant from the parent organisms.
The green moss plants you are familiar with have grown fromFile Size: 1MB. Description. Lycopodium clavatum is a spore-bearing vascular plant, growing mainly prostrate along the ground with stems up to 1 m (39 in) long; the stems are much branched, and densely clothed with small, spirally arranged microphyll leaves are 3–5 mm long and –1 mm broad, tapered to a fine hair-like white point.
The branches bearing strobili or spore cones turn erect Class: Lycopodiopsida. The spore diameter of our model species (20–30 µm) is in the upper part of the size distribution of moss spores (in a dataset of the mosses of Great Britain where most species have spores that are 10–20 µm,), which indicates that most species may be even better dispersers than by: Buy Wildlife: Birds & Birdwatching at WHSmith.
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Spores are dispersed in vast numbers by wind or water. Fern spore capsules crack apart when they dry out. Most moss capsules have a mouth covered with a lid. When the spores ripen, the capsule lid falls off, revealing inward-turning teeth that block the mouth of the capsule.
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The Lycopodiopsida were a dominant plant group in the Carboniferous period, when they attained the size of trees, and contributed to the coal deposits then being formed. In biology, a spore is a unit of sexual or asexual reproduction that may be adapted for dispersal and for survival, often for extended periods of time, in unfavourable conditions.
Spores form part of the life cycles of many plants, algae, fungi and protozoa. Bacterial spores are not part of a sexual cycle but are resistant structures used for survival under unfavourable conditions.
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