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Orchid Glossary - The Flower Reproductive Structures
... Orchid Glossary - The Flower Reproductive Structures The Flower Reproductive Structures Home Page | Glossary Index Aglutinate (a-GLOO-tinayt) -- To glue together. Anther (AN-ther) -- The ...
www.lincolnorchidsociety.org

Slash Pine Reproductive Structures
... Slash Pine Reproductive Structures Pinus elliottii Engelm. Reproductive Structures Male cones occur in clusters at base of new shoots of branches in middle and ... ) of the parent tree. Pinus elliottii - title page Range and Habitat Interactive Comparison Tool Bark Reproductive Structures Glossary Leaves and Buds Additional Images References
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Spruce Pine Reproductive Structures
... Spruce Pine Reproductive Structures Pinus glabra Walt. Reproductive Structures Male cones occur in clusters at base of new shoots of branches in lower crown ... loblolly and shortleaf pines." Pinus glabra - title page Range and Habitat Interactive Comparison Tool Bark Reproductive Structures Glossary Leaves and Buds Additional Images References
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Parts of a Tree
... branches and roots and in a thin layer just inside the bark. Lastly, trees have reproductive structures; either flowers or cones. Simple enough, but I say all this to help you find ...
forestry.about.com

Powdery Mildew on Vegetable Crops
... plant parts into a white powdery talcum-like mold. Reproductive spores form on the white mold and in perithecia (tiny, dark coloured reproductive structures) and then are spread. Humidity allows spores to germinate ...
gardenline.usask.ca

Subdivision Ginkgoatae
... member which probably originated about 250 million years ago. Ginkgo is similar to cycads in reproductive structures and gametophyte development but the leaves are distinctly different. It is a hardy tree which ...
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Phytophthora Root and Crown Rot of Fruit Trees, HYG-3029-95
... form thread-like fungal filaments (mycelia). Mycelia from germinated oospores or from infected tissues produce reproductive structures called a sporangia. These sporangia are filled with infective spores called zoospores. Zoospores are released ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Phytophthora Root Rot of Raspberry, HYG-3207-98
... . When the soil is moist, reproductive structures (sporangia) are formed upon the infected tissue or by germinating resting spores (oospores) in the soil. Within each of these structures, a number of individual spores ...
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The Cycad Pages
... , differ greatly in almost all aspects of detailed structure and reproductive behaviour. Cycad plants are dioecious (i.e. male and female reproductive structures are borne on separate plants), and reproduction is by seeds ...
plantnet.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au

Cycas hongheensis
... Chinese botanists in 1984, although no reproductive material was seen. It was finally described in 1996, still in the absence of reproductive material. Distinguishing features: The heavy cutting of the known plants by local villagers for trade has blocked reproduction for many years, and reproductive structures of this ...
plantnet.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au
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