1 edition of Atlas of seeds and small fruits of Northwest-European plant species (Sweden, Norway, Denmark, East Fennoscandia and Iceland) found in the catalog.
Atlas of seeds and small fruits of Northwest-European plant species (Sweden, Norway, Denmark, East Fennoscandia and Iceland)
|Statement||by Grete Berggren. Part 3, Salicaceae-Cruciferae / edited by Greta Berggren.|
|Contributions||Berggren, Greta., Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||259|
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Atlas of seeds and small fruits of Northwest-European plant species: (Sweden, Norway, Denmark, East Fennoscandia and Author: Greta Berggren. The basis for the photographic tables were the seeds of species that are stored in the collection of seeds and fruits of Botany Laboratory of the Institute of Biological Problems of the North FEB RAS.
Megakarpii of 27 species of the family Apiaceae illustrated by two photographs for each species (top and bottom). These seeds and fruits belong to taxa, and the majority were arable and ruderal weed species.
A total of % of the diaspores were identified to species. This change co-occurred with an increase in the mean seed weight from to mg. Diaspores of species with a low seed weight frequently occurred near the soil surface, those of species.
Greig, J. – Book Review: Berggren, G. Atlas of seeds and small fruits of Northwest European plant species. Part 3. Salicaceae-Cruciferae.
Stockholm: Swedish Museum of Natural History (p) (pp. carry a list of papers, short contributions and book reviews for the whole run of Circaea. Plant diversity and storage at Mandalo, Macedonia, Greece: archaeobotanical evidence from the Final Neolithic and Atlas of Seeds and Small Fruits of Northwest European Plant Species, with Morphological ); id., Atlas of Seeds and Small Fruits of Northwest-European Plant Species, with Morphological Descriptions, Part 3 Cited by: Important species were Secale cereale and Hordeum vulgare.
Nine AMS radiocarbon dates were obtained from macrofossil material from four different pits, Atlas of seeds and small fruits of Northwest-European plant species book results ranging from – cal bc to cal ad – for charred wood, and from cal ad – to – for charred grains of Secale cereale and seeds of Chenopodium by: 1.
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Atlas of Seeds and Small Fruits of Northwest-European Plant Species (Swe-den, Norway, Denmark, East Fennoscan-dia and Iceland) wfth Morphological De-scriptions. Part 2, Cyperaceae. Greta Berg-gren. Swedish Natural Science Research Council, Stockholm, 68 pp. + plates. + + of of for.
Anderberg, AL () Atlas of Seeds and Small Fruits of Northwest-European Plant Species with Morphological Descriptions. Stockholm: Swedish Museum of Natural History. Author: Alessia D’Auria, Maurizio Teobaldelli, Gaetano Di Pasquale.
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(Washington, ); R. Haines and Seeds, Agricultural Handbook, no. 30 (Washington, K. Lye, The Sedges and Rushes of East Africa ); G. Berggren, Atlas of Seeds and SmaN Fruits (Nairobi, ). of Northwest European Plant Species with Mor- 11 W.
Wetterstrom and M.-F. Moens, "The. Each flower is very small (4 mm across) with white or greenish petals. Fruits: Small, dry, straw-coloured schizocarps (fruits that split into portions known as mericarps) up to 9 mm long with prominent ridges.
Each fruit splits into two mericarps (seed-containing portions), a characteristic of this plant family (Apiaceae). Seed dispersal. Deutsch. Ecological and Environmental Processes Genetic Structures Microsatellite Repeats Reproduction Genetic Variation Introduced Species Biological Evolution Biodiversity Plant Dispersal Plant Physiological Phenomena Species Specificity Phylogeny Boden Rain Symbiosis.
When orientating seeds and fruits, where relevant the position of the seeds in the fruits and the fruits on the plant has been taken into account. From every species, one representative seed and/or fruit has been illustrated in as large a format as possible in the available framework.
Berggren, G. Atlas of seeds and small fruits of Northwest-European plant species with morphological descriptions. 3 Salicaceae-Cruciferae Stockholm: National Museum of Natural History. Biggam, C. ( H&;wenhnydele: an Anglo-Saxon medicinal plant. Levitan, B. Reducing the work-load: sub-sampling animal bone Atlas of seeds and small fruits of Northwest European plant species.
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AnderbergAtlas of Seeds and Small Fruits of Northwest-European Plant Species With Morphological Descriptions Swedish Museum of Natural History, Cited by: 8. The seeds of plant species whose seeds are released from the fruits during dispersal have been illustrated.
This, for example, applies to most members of the legume family (Fabaceae), whose fruits (pods) spring open along one or two sutures, and the crucifers (Brassicaceae), whose seeds fall out of the fruits (silicules) when two valves open.
Anderberg A.-L. Atlas of seeds and small fruits of Northwest-European plant species with morphological descriptions. Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm. Bakels, C, Jacomet S. Access to luxury foods in Central Europe during the Roman period: the archaeobotanical evidence, World Archaeol 3, – Brassica oleracea has been cultivated for at least 2, years, possibly much longer, and a wide variety of forms have been developed.
Although considerably different in general appearance, cabbage, kale, kohlrabi, cauliflower, broccoli and Brussels. Atlas of seeds and small fruits of Northwest-European plant species with morphological descriptions.
Part 2: Cyperaceae. 68 p., 39 pls, 1 fold-out map, roy 4to, cloth. BA; € Bird species feeding on achenes, e.g. greenfinch (Carduelis chloris) (Hegi Fl.
3, 4; Persson, undated), destroy most of the ingested seeds, but unharmed seeds may be excreted on occasion. Thrushes and pigeons ingest achenes with the hip flesh, Cited by: Atlas rozšírenia cudzokrajných drevín na Slovensku a rajonizacia ich pestovania, text + mapy v samostatné příloze Benčaťová, B.; Ujházy, K.
(ed.). Seeds from the fleshy fruits of Vaccinium myrtillus or uliginosum, Rubus idaeus, Malus sylvestris and Sorbus sp. but also those from the dry fruits of Thymus sp. and Betula pendula or alba were the most frequently encountered species. Among the 30 taxa dispersed and identified, we found 20 grasses or forbs, five shrubs and five by: 6.
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1 Introduction. Exotic and invasive vascular plant species are major threats to biodiversity and agricultural productivity. Only a fraction of the species accidentally or deliberately introduced naturalize, that is, survive and reproduce in nature without cultivation or ongoing introductions, and only a subset of these become invasive (spread over large distances and forms huge Cited by: 1.
Fruits: The fruit is a small, dry, thin-walled fruit with a single seed fused to the ovary wall (this fused product found in most grass species is termed a caryopsis).
Uses Sweet grass has been used by Native Americans as incense, medicine for colds, analgesic and insecticide and in basketry; they also soaked it in water and used the infusion.
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