Ceratopteris


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Noun1.Ceratopteris - water fernsCeratopteris - water ferns        
fern genus - genera of ferns and fern allies
family Parkeriaceae, Parkeriaceae - coextensive with the genus Ceratopteris; sometimes included in family Polypodiaceae
Ceratopteris pteridioides, water sprite, floating fern - aquatic fern of tropical America often used in aquariums
Ceratopteris thalictroides, floating fern - pantropical aquatic fern
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Sin embargo, en la familia puede presentarse mas de un tipo de desarrollo protalico como Kaulinia (Nayar & Kaur, 1971), Aspidium (Arroyo-Alfaro et al., 2007), Ceratopteris y Adiantum (Chiou & Farrar, 1997b).
lotungensis, Scindapsus maclurei, Liparis fargesii, Dendrobium hercoglossum, Nervilia fordii, Oberonia gammiei, Pomatocalpa spicatum, Tropidia angulosa VU 58/5.2 Oleandra hainanensis, Ceratopteris thalictroides, Leptochilus cantoniensis, Pyrrosia longifolia, Pinus latteri, Podocarpus neriifolius, Cephalotaxus sinensis var.
Esta ultima explicacion fue corroborada mediante analisis de mapeo de ligamiento genetico en Ceratopteris richardii (Nakazato et al.
x x x x Pistia stratiotes x x x x x x Limnobium laevigatum x x x Salvinia minima x x x x Azzola fliculoides x x Phyllanthus fluitans Eichhornia crassipes x x x Ceratopteris pteridoides x Ludwigia helmintorrhiza x Amphibious Ipomoe sp.
Portulacaceae 19 Ceratopteris thalictroides Pteridaceae (L.) Brongn.
Four fern taxa (Marsilea, Salvinia, Ampelopteris and Ceratopteris) distributed in four families were also documented in the present study (Table 1).
10:30 ASSESSMENT OF THE ECOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF A MALE-INDUCING PHEROMONE IN THE FERN CERATOPTERIS RICHARDII, Brian W.
During the experiments aboard the NASA microgravity plane, the Purdue team was able to directly measure cellular signaling events associated with gravity sensing in a model plant cell system, the Ceratopteris fern spore.
The title of Harper and Friedman's paper was "Polygenic Inheritance in Mutated Ceratopteris richardii." Ms.