Vascular plants

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(Bot.) plants composed in part of vascular tissue, as all flowering plants and the higher cryptogamous plants, or those of the class Pteridophyta. Cf. Cellular plants, under Cellular.

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In forests, in meadows and marshes there are more than 700 species of vascular plants, and this is about half of all known in the Republic of Mari El.
The nomenclature followed The Handbook of Estonian Vascular Plants [45] and Annotated checklist of Estonian bryophytes [46].
The ACB and the Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden (QSBG), with funding support from the Japan-Asean Integration Fund, East and Southeast Asian Biodiversity Information Initiative and the Ministry of Environment-Japan, held an intensive Internship-Training on the Taxonomy of High Elevation Vascular Plants from October 1 to 10 in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Specimen occurrence and distribution records were compared to data available in the Atlas of the Vascular Plants of Texas (Turner et al.
Mycorrhizae known as root fungi, a symbiotic association formed between a fungus and the roots of a vascular plants.
In the present day, the reserve includes more than 13,000 samples that have been saved for the purposes of the study and archiving, like Vascular plants (mono and bi-lobe), parasites algae, water algae, liverworts, marine algae and fungi.
Entries on the vascular plants of Colorado are grouped by families and species.
Complete with pen line illustrations and a center section of full color photographs, the 100 plants are some of the most common Reservation flora compiled from the more than 1,500 species of wild, vascular plants that include ferns, horsetails, conifers and flowering species and which were selected by the Navajo Health Authority, Ethnobotany Project staff and approved by the Navajo Medicine Men's Association.
I first observed it growing epiphytically and endophytically on the leaves of two different flowering vascular plants, Magnolia and Vibernum, along the I-10 corridor in Hancock County, Mississippi.
While progressively more is known about the secondary growth common to most vascular plants, the abnormal secondary thickening of monocots remains understudied.
Root traces from the Holy Cross Mountains are larger and more complex than previously postulated for land vascular plants in Early Devonian time (Kenrick & Crane 1997).
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