Saxifraga oppositifolia


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Noun1.Saxifraga oppositifolia - plants forming dense cushions with bright reddish-lavender flowersSaxifraga oppositifolia - plants forming dense cushions with bright reddish-lavender flowers; rocky areas of Europe and Asia and western North America
genus Saxifraga, Saxifraga - type genus of the Saxifragaceae; large genus of usually perennial herbs of Arctic and cool regions of northern hemisphere: saxifrage
breakstone, rockfoil, saxifrage - any of various plants of the genus Saxifraga
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Nevertheless, populations of Scabiosa lucida, Saxifraga oppositifolia, Epilobium fleischeri and Carex flaccafound occurring at different altitudes showed a decrease in seed size with altitude.
Favargeri Saxifraga oppositifolia Carex hitmilis Potentilla nivalis subsp.
Glacial survival does not matter: RAPD phylogeography of nordic Saxifraga oppositifolia.
Look for the dainty rosette-formers such as Saxifraga oppositifolia with pink-purple flowers.
Within three or four days of the snow melting from the rocks on Devon Island at the beginning of spring, Saxifraga oppositifolia begins to flower.
Response of Saxifraga oppositifolia to simulated climate change at three contrasting latitudes.
Small significant changes in cover with treatment were observed for Saxifraga oppositifolia [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1C OMITTED] and Salix polaris [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1F OMITTED].
Alpine cushion plants, including Saxifraga oppositifolia, have been reported to have lower canopy water vapor conductances than our results in wind-exposed habitats (40-60 mmol[center dot][m.
Characteristic of a mid-Arctic ecoclimate, vegetation on the peninsula is discontinuous, generally dominated by tundra species such as Saxifraga oppositifolia, Dryas integrifolia, and Salix spp.
Its flora is adapted to resist the enormous thermic oscillations with characteristic species as Saxifraga nevadensis, Saxifraga oppositifolia, Draba dubia, Murbenkiella bory or Asplenium viride.