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Angiosperm Families - Acanthaceae Juss.
... posterior median member and the posterior-lateral pair, or the anterior-lateral pair. Fertile stamens representing the anterior-lateral pair, or the posterior-lateral pair and the anterior-lateral pair (commonly), or the posterior-lateral pair (Brillantaisia only). Stamens 4(–5 ...
Angiosperm Families - Bignoniaceae Juss.
... member, or the posterior median member and the posterior-lateral pair. Fertile stamens representing the anterior-lateral pair (mostly), or the posterior-lateral pair and the anterior-lateral pair. Stamens (2–)4(–5); inserted near the base ...
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Pharaoh Ant, Monomorium pharaonis (Linnaeus) (Insecta: Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
... and Granovsky 1990). Figure 2. Worker. CREDITS: Jim Kalisch, University of Nebraska - Lincoln Figure 3. Lateral view of a Pharaoh ant worker, Monomorium pharaonis (Linnaeus). Biology and Nesting Habits The Pharaoh ... in their antennae with only a 2-segmented club. Bigheaded and fire ants have a pair of spines on the thorax, while other small pale ants have only a one segment ...
... as an annual or biennial, they are a true perennial, perennating by means of small lateral growths and often developing a roundish bulb at the base of the main growth. History ... sites, this one is hosted at the highly regarded Pair Networks, whom we strongly recommend. We invite you to click on the Pair link (or their logo) for more information on getting ...
Adiantaceae [First Draft]
... spreading, alternate or subopposite, distance ca 1 cm, basel one pair unreduced, subroundly flabellate, more or less reflxed dowards, mid lateral pinnae dimidiated, 1-2 X 0.6-1 cm, upper and ... cuneate, with slender castaneous short stalks; terminal ultimate pinnules same shape with lower lateral ones; from second pair of pinnae up to all same shape with basel one and gradually becoming smaller ...
Athyriaceae [First Draft]
... second pair of pinnae 1--2.4 cm apart from the basal pair of pinnae, similar and a little bigger than the basal pair, upward the pinnae gradually smaller. The first basal acroscopic lateral veins of segments pinnated, the rest lateral veins simple ...
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... . Leaves are also more frequently (but not always) terminated by a spine rather than a pair of leaflets (both C. media and C. megacarpa show about equal development of terminal spine ... -30 mm wide, regularly dentate, with 22-36 pungent lateral spines 1-5 mm long, 1 mm wide, apical spine distinct from lateral spines, 8-20 mm long. Seeds flattened-ovoid, 29 ...
On-Line Glossary: D
... the lumen of the esophagus. (14) deirid. In nematodes: Paired, porelike organs located in the lateral fields, in the vicinity of the nerve ring of many of the Tylenchoidea; believed by ... to distinguish between various strains or races of a given plant pathogen. (16) dikaryon. A pair of nuclei that associate and divide simultaneously. (22) dikaryotic. The condition of containing a dikaryon ...
Key to Native and Naturalized Genera of Ingeae
... Stems armed at all or at most nodes with either a) a pair of spinescent stipules, or b) a pair of spines at each node, one arising from dorsal face of ... efoliate nodes anterior to lvs. 23. Stem-growth differentiated into flowerless long-shoots and fertile lateral branchlets often contracted into stemless brachyblasts; fls of each capitulum dimorphic; thornless states of.............................. ...
... growth by the production of concentric annual rings. They cannot increase in girth by adding lateral layers of cells as in conifers and woody dicots. Instead, they have scattered vascular bundles ... 3 to 6 florets. Several stamens and a feathery stigma are protruding from the upper pair of fertile florets. A single fertile floret (flower) of yellow-groove bamboo (Phyllostachys aureosulcata). Each ...
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