Description: Herbs perennial, rhizomatous and stoloniferous; culms few-noded, hollow; leaves eligulate; inflorescence paniculate, with many spikelets, primary bracts leaflike, sheathing; spikelets with few-many, spirally arranged persistent glumes, lower flower mostly functionally male, upper flowers bisexual with two stamens, bristles absent, nutlet
ovoid, with a thick corky beak, surface smooth to wrinkled, embryo small and poorly developed, broadly obovate in outline, with a basal, poorly developed root cap and without a leaf primordium (embryo of the Juncus-type).
Micromorphological characters on nutlet
and leaf indumentum of Teucrium sect.
amboinicus 3 3 4-15 2-13 Species Leaf Bracts Nutlet
color Staminal apex filaments P.
"--house bat Scotophilus nucella is an insufficiently known taxon of the African rainforest zone based on just a handful of recorded specimens previously included in the nut-coloured house bat S.
Succession stage/category Fruit type Specific Seed morphological size, mm adaptation Pioneers Meconopsis racemosa Capsule No adaptation 1-2 The early stage/dominant species Arenaria delavayi Capsule No adaptation Meconopsis horridula Capsule No adaptation Common species Draba oreodoxa Silicle No adaptation 4 Cremanthodium smithianum Achene Pappus 4 Polygonum macrophyllum Achene No adaptation 2.5-3 Carex capilliformis Nutlet
No adaptation 2 The Middle stage/Dominant species Arenaria delavayi Capsule No adaptation Kobresia fragilis Nutlet
No adaptation 2-2.4 Pedicularis rupicola Capsule No adaptation 3 Carex capilliformis Nutlet
No adaptation 2 Carex kansuensis Nutlet
No adaptation 2 Polygonum macrophyllum Achene No adaptation 2.5-3 Common species Pedicularis sp.
The seed is a trigonal nutlet
2.2 x 1.5 mm with smooth epicarp and mesocarp and a hard endocarp, having two flat sides and an outer convex side (Figure 1D).
b) Collecting herbarium control samples (about 180 collections) which were included as vouchers (Appendix 1) and nutlet
samples for the project's sample file (currently containing 150 accessions); and
have many minute (< 1 mm long) terminally barbed prickles on the surfaces of each nutlet
, and presented on long-reaching (30-40 cm) lateral stems.
This exquisitely nourishing Restorative Oil Blend -- cloaking hands in vital moisture -- is comprised of Meadowfoam Nutlet
Oil, a crop highly-concentrated in emollients, and Australian Bois Oil whose lipid-rich, fatty acid structure helps seal in moisture to help prevent dehydration.
NONAGRAM: able; abler; albert; alert; alter; antler; bale; baler; battle; belt; blare; blatter; blear; bleat; blent; blue; bluer; bluet; blunt; blunter; blur; blurt; brutal; burl; butler; earl; elan; lane; late; latent; later; latten; latter; lean; leant; learn; learnt; lent; lube; lunate; lune; lure; lute; nebula; nebular; neural; neutral; nutlet
; ratel; rattle; real; rebuttal; renal; rental; ruble; rule; runlet; table; tablet; tale; talent; teal; tubal; tunable; TURNTABLE; turtle; ulna; ulnar; ultra; unable; unreal.
FRUIT: 1/4" one-seed samara, nutlet
surrounded by wing, hairy, notched at end.
On the basis of nutlet
characteristics, floral venation and pigmentation, and the presence of heterostyly, C.