Botrychium


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Related to Botrychium: Botrychium matricariifolium, Botrychium virginianum, Ophioglossum
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Noun1.Botrychium - grape fernBotrychium - grape fern; moonwort      
family Ophioglossaceae, Ophioglossaceae - a family of succulent ferns of order Ophioglossales; cosmopolitan in distribution
grape fern - a fern of the genus Botrychium having a fertile frond bearing small grapelike clusters of spore cases
fern genus - genera of ferns and fern allies
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Influence of exotic earthworms on the soil organic horizon and the rare fern Botrychium mormo.
Given the Botrychium starch identified at nearby Pavlov VI (Revedin et al.
Windham OPHIOGLOSSACEAE (Grapefern Family) Botrychium campestre W.
Predominavam Alsophila, Anogramma, Anemia, Blechnum, Botrychium, Cyathaceae, Dicksonia, Dicranoglossum, Gleichenia, Lophosoria, Lycopodiella, Lycopodium, Marratiaceae, Microgramma, Osmunda, Pterideae e Selaginella.
Special thanks are extended to A1 Schotz of the Alabama Natural Heritage Program for information provided about the distribution of Botrychium jenmanii L.
triphyllum (Jack-in-the-pulpit), Botrychium biternatum (sparselobe grapefern), and Elephantopus carolinianus (Carolina elephantsfoot).
The mycorrhizal symbionts of Botrychium were characterized by Winther and Friedman (2007) at three stages in the life cycle of Botrychium.
pycnocarpa, Botrychium virginicum, Bromus ciliatus, Bromus latiglumis, Carex grisea, Carex leavenworthii, Carex molesta, Elymus villosus, and Ulmus rubra.
Zimmermann (1930, 1942) believes, however, that the fertile branch of Botrychium represents one of the two limbs of an ancient dichotomy, the sterile segment being the other.
Development and structure of pit membranes in the rhizome of the woody fern Botrychium dissectum.