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Fig Trees of Africa and Asia: Banyan, bodhi fig, common fig, and sycamore fig.
... Fig Trees of Africa and Asia: Banyan, bodhi fig, common fig, and sycamore fig. Fig Trees of Africa and Asia: Banyan, bodhi fig, common fig, and sycamore fig. By Joan Zimmerman, Ph.D. Discover the fig ( ... Y, Z. Banyan tree (Ficus benghalensis), bodhi fig (F. religiosa), common fig (F. carica), and sycamore fig (F. sycomorus): General. More than 800 species of fig worldwide. In the Moraceae family ( ...
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Genetic Extra Credit LM 53-54
... Fig And Its Pollinator Wasp Evolution Of Dioecious Fig Species Pollination Patterns In Dioecious Figs Sex Determination In The Common Fig Strangler Figs & Banyans: Amazing Trees Summary Of Common Fig Life Cycle The Amazing Fig/Fig ...
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Inflorescence Terminology (Part 2)
... Fig/Fig Wasp Relationship Calimyrna Fig & Its Pollinator Wasp Summary Of Common Fig Life Cycle Cauliflory In Tropical Species Of Figs Pollination Patterns In Dioecious Figs Do Fig Wasps Induce Gall Formation? Sex Determination In The Common Fig ...
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Ficus carica L.
... long and 15cm wide. The fig can grow up to 10m hight. The leaves are hairy. The edible fruits are green or violet to brown. The "Common Fig" is well growing against a ...
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Willow Leaf Fig
... fig Ficus benjamina: weeping fig, Benjamin tree Ficus buxifolia Ficus carica: common fig, fig tree Ficus erecta: inu-biwa Ficus macrophylla: Moreton Bay fig, Australian banyan Ficus microcarpa: banyan Ficus natalensis: Natal fig tree Ficus neriifolia: fig ...
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FIG Fruit Facts
... ; the Smyrna fig, needing cross-pollination by caprifigs in order to develop normally; and the San Pedro fig which is intermediate, its first crop independent like the common fig, its second crop dependent on pollination. Fruits: The common fig bears a first crop, called ...
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Fig Interest Group
... orchards in the Southern states at present time. Botany The common fig is a member of the genus Ficus that is included ... fruit are the species F. carica (the common fig) and F. sycamorus (the sycamore fig of Egypt). F. carica is a diploid species ... ) San Pedro. Fig Varieties Condit's massive monograph (See Suggested Reading) identifies 89 caprifig, 129 Smyrna, 21 San Pedro and 481 common fig varieties ...
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... Smyrna cultivar grown in California, and is the most widely produced cultivar. 3. Common fig. Parthenocarpic; first crop borne on 1-yr-old wood, second crop borne on ... ' (syn. 'Dottato'), 'Magnolia' (syn. 'Brunswick'), 'Brown Turkey', 'Celeste' 4. San Pedro fig. Combined characteristics of Smyrna and Common figs. First crop - parthenocarpic, called "brebas"; second crop - requires pollination by ...
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Biology of Subterranean Termites in the Eastern United States
... state except Alaska. They are most abundant in warmer climates, where structural infestations are common (Fig. 3). Subterranean termites are the most economically important wood-destroying pests in the United ... flavipes (Kollar), is the most widely distributed subterranean termite, and it is the most common termite found in the eastern United States. Due to its widespread distribution, R. flavipes ...
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Open Directory - Science:Agriculture:Horticulture:Fruits
... and fruit of plants of the genus Coffea. Figs Websites on the cultivation of the common fig, Ficus carica. Olives Websites concerned with the growing of this small tree, Olea europea, of ...
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