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2012); the indehiscens variety is mainly characterized by the fact that the seeds do not release female strobilus (Mattos, 2011), which remain on the tree even after seed ripening (from July/August); the caiova variety usually has larger seeds (Zechini et al.
Exceptionally well preserved sporangia of the Permian Petrified Noeggerathialean strobilus Discinites sinensis Wang.
An infusion of the leaves strobilus and stalks as hop tea taken by the wineglassful two or three times daily in the early spring is good for sluggish livers.
Likewise, recent studies of strobilus structure and ontogeny in E.
mega, groot + dora, geskenke) is Barend Beursen, die slaaf Strobilus (Gr.
Most species are cryptic, and specimens have been found mainly among vegetable debris, the bases of banana and Pandanus leaves, in the staminate strobilus of Cycas, in hollow trees, and in caves (Usinger 1946; Miller 1954; Wygodzinsky & Usinger 1960; Wygodzinsky & Maldonado Capriles 1972; Schuh & Slater 1995).
4 cm, sterile apex obtuse or pungent, 1-2 cm long, strobilus axis glabrous; peduncles 2-5 x 1.
1,4,9) The body consists of the head (scolex), the neck, and a segmented section called the strobilus.
There are inter-species differences in the number of seeds produced per strobilus in large mature plants.