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Hints for growing and taming aggressive mint
... distance from the parent plant. Tug gently and pull from the ground a piece of underground stem. Pot it up for a friend or transplant it to a new location. Harvest mint ...
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Hints for growing mint
... distance from the parent plant. Tug gently and pull from the ground a piece of underground stem. Pot it up for a friend or transplant it to a new location. Harvest mint ...
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PlanetaCactus: Glossary of botanical terms
... , Register now More info... Glossary of botanical terms - A - ACAULE: That it does not have stem. ACICULAR: Resemblance in form to a needle. ACTINOMORFIC (flower): Of regular shape. It has at ... a non-aerial stem. RECESSIVE: A gene that is phenotypically manifest in the homozygous state but is masked in the presence of a dominant allele. RHIZOME: A horizontal underground stem, such as found ...
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Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants - Propagation by Division
... -like clumps "Grassy clumps" generally have strap-like leaves arising from an underground rhizome which is a thickened underground stem. The best known Australian plants in this group are the Kangaroo Paws. Less ...
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Division Psilophyta
... Psilophyta Division Psilophyta, Genus Psilotum Characteristics: 1. Underground rhizome 2. Unicellular rhizoids 3. Erect stems dichotomize into the main photosynthetic organ Left: Picture ... and the tri-lobed sporangia supported by specialized bifurcate leaves (sporophylls). Right: Diagram of underground stem (rhizome) with unicellular rhizoids. Go to Next Page for Lifecycle Return to Main Menu ...
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Quillworts
... peculiar secondary growth, heterospory and presence of ligules. Description: The sporophyte has an enlarged perennial underground stem, known as the corm. Roots are dichotomously branched and the annual strap shaped leaves grown ...
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Flowering Plant Diversity
... fibres in the stem periphery, the central pith eventually dying. Bamboos grow extremely rapidly but reach a finite height (determinate growth). New shoots then emerge from the underground stem (rhizome). Adaptations ... in a St Lucian rainforest). The plant is non-photosynthetic with most of it underground, parasiting forest trees. These structures burst into flower at night! Semi-parasites still ...
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Vegetative Terminology (Part 1)
... of gladiolus (Gladiolus hybrid). The bulb is an upright subterranean stem surrounded by overlapping, fleshy scales. The corm is an underground stem without overlapping scales or with only a few scales. See The ... and tubers of a potato plant (Solanum tuberosum). The potato tuber is technically a modified underground stem produced at the tip of a rhizome. The "eyes" of the potato are actually buds ...
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Exam #3 Hints
... a stem trailing above the ground and rooting where the leaves arise); rhizome (a scaly, underground stem that produces leafy stems above and roots below; tuber (an enlarged, subterranean stem that typically arises at the tip of a rhizome); bulb (an upright subterranean stem surrounded by overlapping, fleshy scales); corm (an underground stem without overlapping ...
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The Ferns
... crook or bishop's crozier or a fiddle head. . Ferns typically have a horizontal (often underground) stem or rhizome, swollen with food reserves, from which the leaves and roots arise. The leaves ...
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