2 edition of genus Atriplex (Chemopodiaceae) in Canada found in the catalog.
genus Atriplex (Chemopodiaceae) in Canada
I. John Bassett
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||I.J. Bassett ... [et al.]|
|Series||Monograph /Agriculture Canada -- no. 31., Monograph (Canada. Dept. of Agriculture. Research Branch) -- no. 31.|
|LC Classifications||QK495.C46 B319|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||72 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
Structures protiques dans la cellule pedicel- laire des trichomes de Chenopodium album L. Atriplex lampa Moq. Atriplex gardneri Moq. Blade narrowly elliptic—ovate—broadly ovate, usu.
Native: Worldwide. Root pressure in gymnosperms. When growing indoors first, then they take two to three weeks to germinate and should be grown in peat pots at a temperature of 10 to 12 degrees Celsius. Frischknecht, Neil C.
Flora of North America Editorial Committee, eds. Common orache was formerly used as a vegetable. Many members of the Atriplex genus are very tolerant to extreme environmental conditions some members are salt tolerant plants and sea shore plants; others are able to survive the extremities of life in the desert and other arid regions. Banner, Roger E.
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Pollen grains of Atriplex vary in size between 23 and 30 micrometers.
Atriplex spinibractea Anderson: in Australia. Kadereit et Sukhor. Stickney, Peter F. Department of Agriculture. Ash content and volatization Vol. Its persistent leaves are an important winter food source. Common orache is annual and, unlike other Finnish oraches, typically associated with human influence.
The role and use of fire in the semidesert grass-shrub type. High efficiency photosynthesis.
Atriplex patagonica Moq. Atriplex billardierei Moq. The pores are circular and distributed evenly across the pollen grain. L, compilers. Davis, James N. Ion absorption in Atriplex leaf tissue. Mechanisms of salt tolerance in nonhalophytes.
Texas, Austin. Proper vouchers display all the necessary attributes for complete identification of the plant, and are to be accompanied by accurate locality, habitat, collection time, and collector data.
Plant Hardiness Zones show how well plants withstand cold winter temperatures. James; Abernethy, Rollin H. Atriplex moneta Bunge ex Boiss.
Salinity effects on range plants. Google Scholar Miller, D. Sow Inside: Use peat pots.An Atriplex in uska genus Atriplex book han galisend.com Atriplex in nahilalakip ha familia nga galisend.comi-an: Plantae. "Atriplex is a widespread genus with species dispersed over almost all continents.
Many taxa within this genus perform genus Atriplex book under a variety of stress conditions and are often an important source of forage for herbivores. The genus Atriplex was first described in by Carl Linnaeus. The type species is Atriplex hortensis.
The name is derived from Ancient Greek ἀτράφαξυς (atraphaxys), "orach", itself a Pre-Greek substrate loanword. Atriplex is an extremely species-rich genus and comprises about galisend.com: Amaranthaceae.Saltbush, (genus Atriplex), genus of about pdf of herbs and shrubs in the amaranth family (Amaranthaceae), often found on saline soils.
Saltbush plants grow throughout temperate and subtropical areas of the world. Young leaves of several species, including the garden orach (A. hortensis).Saltbush, (genus Atriplex), genus of about species of herbs and shrubs in the amaranth family (Amaranthaceae), often found on saline soils.
Saltbush plants grow throughout temperate and subtropical areas of the world. Young leaves of several species, including the garden orach (A.
hortensis).The Atlas of Florida Plants provides a source ebook information for the distribution of plants within the state and taxonomic information. The website also provides access to a database and images of herbarium specimens found at the University of South Florida and other herbaria.