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PlanetaCactus: Cephalocereus palmeri
... long hairs and are very tightened, specially on the apex and in the zone where the flowers appear. On each areola there are between 8 and 12 radial spines of 1 cm. long ...
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PlanetaCactus: Mammillaria prolifera
... wide. The tubercles are about 5 mm. long. They are thin, soft and conical, and long hairs appear from its base. The areolas are a little woolly on the apex of the stem. The radial spines are many, silky and white; of between 5 and 10 mm. long ... central band and measure about 1.5 cm. long. The fruits measure 1 cm. long and are red or orange. Advice of ...
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Athyriaceae [First Draft]
... ACYSTOPTERIS are larger, pinnae and pinnules are symmetrical at base, bearing hyaline multicellular long hairs and scale-like hairs all over. However, leaves of CYSTOPTERIS are rather smaller, pinnae and pinnules ... dried, green. Raches and costae occasionally with sparse or dense short glandular-hairs and a few multicellular long hairs. Sori small, rotund, 1-2 sori in ultimate pinnae or segments, ...
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Dicksoniaceae [First Draft]
... , bearing roots and persistent petiole bases, densely covered with yellowish-brown, multi-cellular long hairs. Fronds close, forming a crown at the apex; stipe with 3 corrugated vascular bundles ... covered with shining brown long hairs. Fronds close; stipes thick, up to 1 m long or more, triangular in transverse section at base, densely bearing caducous adpressed hairs, stipe and rachis green ...
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Risulfa - gooseberry, gooeseberries
... Risulfa - gooseberry, gooeseberries Fiche Kruisbessen Proeftuin Gooseberry RISULFA Berry: yellow good tast middelsized, some long hairs Ripening: very early ripens over a period of one-two weeks Growth: strong grower, suited ...
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The World of Gourds
... of the Caribbean islands to giant gourds over seven feet (2 m) long. In fact, the undisputed world's largest fruits belong to this ... ), C. pepo may have been domesticated twice in North America, a long-day variety in the eastern United States, and a short-day ... very long and slender, reaching 6 feet (2 m) in length. The showy, fragrant, white flowers have striking corolla lobes fringed with long hairs. ...
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Pear Leaf Blister Mite
... : The egg of the blister mite is dull white, oval and about 0.05 mm long. Nymph: The immature stages resemble the full-grown mite, except in size. Adult: The adult ... mm long. The body is long and tapering to the rear. The front end bears the head with the mouthparts. Two pairs of legs are attached just behind the head. There are long hairs ...
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International Carnivous Plant Society
... apex undulate, 3-7 mm long, 3-6 mm wide; inferior lip 3-lobed, covered with three types of multicellular non-glandular hairs towards the base, slender long hairs forming a broad border across the width of the inferior lip, short and broader yellow pigmented capitate hairs clothing the central ...
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International Carnivous Plant Society
... ' was in the Spring 1998 catalog. Both cultivars resulted from a long period of hybridization and selection of Sarracenia that started about ... the edge, reminiscent of the S. leucophylla parent. Stiff hairs to 1 mm long are inside the hood. The modest size of the ... spots, and the pitcher's interior is profusely lined with long hairs to 2 mm long. You can see this hybrid exhibits characteristics of its ...
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Botany online: Growth - Differentiation - Pattern Formation - Long Distance Transport
... . Germination occurs exclusively after its degradation. Some species produce the inhibitor anew after periods of long drought and warmth. They do thus pass rhythmic periods of readiness to germinate and quiescence ... or opposite position of lateral shoots or leaves, the regular distribution of guard cells or hairs at the leaf surface and the time of flower formation. Peter v. Sengbusch - Impressum ...
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