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frond sori

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Images accompanying the Flora of Roosevelt
... frond sporangia magnified Polypodium virginianum frond (drought stressed) pinnae sori sori magnified Polystichum acrostichoides frond sori sori magnified pinnae with and without sori Thelypteris noveboracensis frond sori Thelypteris palustris var. pubescens frond Woodwardia areolata sterile frond ...
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Adiantaceae [First Draft]
...   Plants 15-30 cm tall. Rhizomes short and erect, covered with subentire lanceolate scales. Frond clustered; stipes 4-12 cm long, castneous-black, densely covered with rufo-brown, multi-ceellular ... surfaces; every costae and stalks castaneous, polished and densely covered with brown pubescences. 4-12 sori attached at sinuses on per pinuules; indusia rounded, upper margins deep-depressed or sinuate, ...
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Dicksoniaceae [First Draft]
... a mass of long hairs. Frond large, 2-3-pinnate-pinnatifid; veins forked or pinnate, free, ending near the margin. Sori marginal or submarginal, terminal on veinlets. Sori single one vein ends, ... free, simple or forked to pinnate; sterile segments entire or crenate; fertile segments not differentiated. Sori single one vein ends, submarginal, protected by an abaxial (‘inner’) indusium and a ...
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Fern & Fern Allies Lab
... . (This solution simply contains inorganic salts and fungicide). Take the fern frond provided and scrape some spores from the sori onto the surface of the medium of the petri dish. Label your ...
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Pteridophytes
... with a simple vein, straight in bud, or a broad frond with branched or divided veins, simple to several times pinnately ... stipe mostly present and mostly lacking stipules. Sporangia moslty grouped in sori or fused in synangia, or solitary in axils or sporophylls which may be grouped into strobili; sori naked or often protected by an indusium. Spores monolete or ...
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Recent pteridophyte name changes
... Taxonomic synonym. Chambers & Farrant 1998 Colysis Colysis 1998 Colysis with elongate and distinct sori considered in a recent treatment to be congeneric with Leptochilus, which is distinguised ... is difficult because the genus shares characters other the otherwise quite unrelated Davalliaceae (frond form and climbing eiphytic habit) and Dryopteridaceae (medial sorus with a peltate indusium); ...
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... : 1. Unfruitful; unproductive; not fertile; barren. 2. A staminate or male flower; a fern frond without sori. STERILIZATION: The process of making sterile; specifically, the process of freeing from living germs. STERILIZE ...
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Hawaiian Native Plants, UH Botany
... frond, 4 - three genera of Gleicheniaceae, Dicranopteris is on the right (Sticherus, above left, Diplopterigium, below left), endemic. Dicranopteris linearis, uluhe, 1-3 - Kaneohe, HI, note naked sori on lower surface of frond ...
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Hardy Ferns:
... scaly; short stipe is green but brown at base; yellow spored sori occur only on terminal one third of the frond Comments: Easy to grow; tolerates a range of site conditions including ...
www.ces.ncsu.edu

The Ferns of West Virginia
... they both involve the individual pinnae or leaf blades on the frond. If you hold them horizontally, they resemble Santa Claus on his ... fun to take a frond and lay it on a white sheet of paper in a warm location. In 24 hours, the sori ( the scientific name for the capsules that enclose the spores) will open and release the spores onto the paper in a beautiful outline of the frond ...
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