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Sugar Cane, Pineapple, Coffee & Morinda
... are fleshy berries, each containing two seeds which are pressed together so that the inner (adjacent) side of each one is flattened. The coffee beverage is made from the ground, roasted ... Biology GEE WHIZ TRIVIA Page Go To The LEMNACEAE ON-LINE Page All text material & images on these pages copyright W.P. Armstrong
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Stem & Root Anatomy
... Lemnaceae Biology 101 Botany Search Stem & Root Anatomy Cellular Structure of Vascular Plants ***All Images & Illustrations Copyright Protected*** See Article About Plant Textile Fibers See Article About The ... water conduction involves the direction and redirection of water molecules through openings (pores) in adjacent cell walls called pits. The pits are lined with a pit membrane composed of ...
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Drift Seeds and Drift Fruits
... , the east coast of Trinidad, Cocos-Keeling Atoll in the Indian Ocean, and Krakatau and adjacent islets following the catastrophic eruption of 1883. In addition, I have photographed coconut palms sprouting ... Biology GEE WHIZ TRIVIA Page Go To The LEMNACEAE ON-LINE Page All text material & images on these pages copyright W.P. Armstrong
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Arboretum Images 3
... Agaves Conifers Legumes Trees 1 Trees 2 Shrubs 1 Shrubs 2 Wildflowers Palomar College Arboretum Images 3: Agaves & Relatives Some taxonomists have split the Agavaceae into several additional families, including ... the wild cucumber vine (Marah macrocarpus) that climbs over shrubs in the coastal sage scrub adjacent to the Arboretum develops from a tuberous, subterranean caudex that may weigh up to ...
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Arboretum Images 7
... Agaves Conifers Legumes Trees 1 Trees 2 Shrubs 1 Shrubs 2 Wildflowers Palomar College Arboretum Images 7: Shrubs 1 Return To Picture Gallery On The Arboretum Home Page Return To The ... (Cryptantha and Plagiobothrys) and yellow fiddlenecks (Amsinckia). Some of these occur in the Arboretum and adjacent coastal sage scrub after spring rains. The family also includes a beautiful hardwood tree that ...
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Arboretum Images 8
... Conifers Legumes Trees 1 Trees 2 Shrubs 1 Shrubs 2 Wildflowers Palomar College Arboretum Images 8: Wildflowers Return To Picture Gallery On The Arboretum Home Page Return To The ... weedii var. weedii). This beautiful native wildflower grows wild in the coastal sage scrub adjacent to the Palomar College Arboretum. Snapdragon Family (Scrophulariaceae) Red bush monkeyflower (Mimulus puniceus), one ...
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Photosynthesis 1
... are fully turgid or expanded, they have an elongate opening (stoma) between them. The walls adjacent to the stoma are very thin and flexible, while the outer walls on the opposite ... Biology GEE WHIZ TRIVIA Page Go To The LEMNACEAE ON-LINE Page All text material & images on these pages copyright W.P. Armstrong
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Biomes
... the left photo a large sea heart vine (Entada gigas) connects the limbs of two adjacent trees. In Costa Rica, this vine is known as escalera de mono or "monkey ladder ... Biology GEE WHIZ TRIVIA Page Go To The LEMNACEAE ON-LINE Page All text material & images on these pages copyright W.P. Armstrong
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Animated Blood Types
... antibodies have two combining sites and are able to attach to the A antigens on adjacent RBCs, thus causing the RBCs to bond together. Blood clotting is an entirely different biochemical ... Biology GEE WHIZ TRIVIA Page Go To The LEMNACEAE ON-LINE Page All text material & images on these pages copyright W.P. Armstrong
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Vegetative Terminology (Part 2)
... in the quassia family (Simaroubaceae) native to the Colorado Desert of Imperial County, California and adjacent Arizona. The branchlets are stiff and very sharp. Although it appears leafless most of the ... Biology GEE WHIZ TRIVIA Page Go To The LEMNACEAE ON-LINE Page All text material & images on these pages copyright W.P. Armstrong
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