Ophioglossum


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Noun1.Ophioglossum - the type genus of the fern family OphioglossaceaeOphioglossum - the type genus of the fern family Ophioglossaceae
family Ophioglossaceae, Ophioglossaceae - a family of succulent ferns of order Ophioglossales; cosmopolitan in distribution
adder's tongue, adder's tongue fern - ferns with fertile spikes shaped like a snake's tongue
fern genus - genera of ferns and fern allies
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Growth of the mycoheterotrophic gametophytes of Sceptridium dissection and Ophioglossum crotalophoroides stalls at a few cells after germination on a nutrient medium lacking sugar.
Species Years when present C value None in years 1-5 Acer saccharum 17-50 4 Crataegus crus-galli 17-50 4 Liparis loeselh 17 4 Galium triflorum 27-50 5 Ophioglossum vulgatum 27 4 Lactuca floridana 35-50 5 Carex amphibola 38 8 Carex radiata 38 4 Rubus occidentales 38 4 Smilax lasioneuron 38 4 Fraxinum americana 38-50 4 Leersia virginica 38-50 4 Asimina triloba 50 6 Carya ovata 50 4 Galium circaezans 50 7 Packera obovata 50 7 Prunus serotina 50 4 Ranunculus recurvatus 50 5 Symphyotrichum shortii 50 6
Carex ornithopoda 8 9 Cirsium acaule 16 9 Gymnadenia conopsea 8 8 Leontodon hispidus 40 11 Linum catharticum 24 5 Ononis arvensis 68 28 Ophioglossum vulgatum 16 22 Pimpinella saxifraga 80 31 Plantago media 44 12 Primula veris 84 15 Trifolium montanum 32 8 Class Trifolio-Geranietea Agrimonia eupatoria 52 4 Origanum vulgare 16 1 Solidago virgaurea 36 .
Spores of forest ferns such as Asplenium ruta-murraria, Ophioglossum vulgatum, Adiathum and Polystichum confirm the suggestion that a warm and wet climate prevailed during the time of Unit C.
Zea mays) + Convolvulaceae + Cypemceae + + + + Dipsacaceae + Lamiaceae + Liliaceae + Onagmceae + Poaceae + + + + Polygalaceae + + Polygonaceae + + + + Primulaceae + Ranunculaceae + Rumex + Typhaceae + + + BRYOPHYTA Phaeoceros + + Sphagnum + + PTERIDOPHYTA Alsophila + + + + Anogramma + + + Anemia + + + Blechnum + + + + Botrychium + + + + Cyathea + + + Cyathaceae + + + + Cystopteris + + Dicksonia + + + Dicranoglossum + + + Dicranopteris + + + + Huperzia + + + Hymenophyllum + + + Gleichenia + + Lophosoria + + Lycopodiella + + Lycopodium + Lygodium + Marratiaceae + Microgramma + + + + Ophioglossum + Osmunda + + + + Polypodiaceae + Plagiogyria + Pterideae + + + + Schizea + Selaginella + + + + Vittariacae + Figura 5.
Eleusine flagellifera, Lasiurus sindicus, Sarcharum spontaneum, Sporobolus marginatus Forbs:, Aerva tomentosa, Cassia holosericea, Convolvulus glomeratus, Crotolaria bifolia, Fagonia critira, Heliotrpium ophioglossum, Indigofera oblongifloia, Rhynorosia minima Central Trees/Shrubs: Cymbopogon choenanthus, Baluchistan Chrysopogon montanus, Juniperus ruilges macrooda, Pistacia sp.
The reference, he says, is to "The Asplenium Scolopendrium, called in some countries the Adder's Tongue, in others the Hart's Tongue, but Withering gives the Adder's tongue as the trivial name of the Ophioglossum only.
The majority of treatments include Sceptridium within the genus Botrychium, and Ophioderma within Ophioglossum (Christenhusz et al.
brachiatus, Ophioglossum engelmannii, Sporobolus vaginiflorus,
Sterile leaf blades simple, unlobed; veins rejoining after branching (netted); fertile stalk with unbranched sporangial clusters Ophioglossum
Clausen Distribution: K/O/Mo/L/Ma/H (I) subsp, pendulum Distribution: O/Mo/Ma/H Ophioglossum L.