Pteris


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Noun1.Pteris - large genus of terrestrial ferns of tropics and subtropicsPteris - large genus of terrestrial ferns of tropics and subtropics; sometimes placed in family Polypodiaceae
fern genus - genera of ferns and fern allies
family Pteridaceae, Pteridaceae - one of a number of families into which the family Polypodiaceae has been subdivided in some classification systems; Pteridaceae is itself in turn sometimes further subdivided
brake - any of various ferns of the genus Pteris having pinnately compound leaves and including several popular houseplants
Pteris cretica - cultivated in many varieties as houseplants
Pteris multifida, spider brake, spider fern - Asiatic fern introduced in America
Pteris serrulata, ribbon fern, spider fern - fern of North Africa and Azores and Canary Islands
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Catalist-listed Pteris Global, an airport support equipment and logistics solutions provider, has won contracts worth a total of $64.
Micropropagation and phase change in Blechnum spicant and Pteris ensiformis.
Till now, some hyperaccumulators have been comprehensively researchers such as the Cd and Zn hyperaccumulator Thlaspi carelessness [33], the arsenic hyperaccumulator pteris vittata [29] Cd and Zn hyperaccumulator Sedum alfredii [11].
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In the Middle Jurassic, paleoclimate in the region was humid, and ancient plants were pteris, ginkgo, equisetites, coniopteris, neocalamites and, etc.
Pteris vittata (brake fern) has been shown to accumulate large amounts of arsenic taken up from soil, (1) in one study removing more than a quarter of the soil arsenic within 20 weeks.
Effects of compost and phosphate amendments on arsenic mobility in soils and arsenic mobility in soils and arsenic uptake by the hyper accumulator pteris vitata L.
Project Location : Queen Alia International Airport, Jordan Details : Airport logistics firm Pteris Global is set to design and construct a baggage handling system at Queen Alia International Airport in Jordan.
Pteris vittata is a known As hyperaccumulator, but there is restriction on using this species in many countries due to the risk that the plant could become an invasive weed.