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Temporal and spatial patterns of seed dispersal in two Cistus species (Cistaceae). (1/13)

Cistus species are obligate seeding, early colonizers that follow disturbance, particularly fire, in Mediterranean ecosystems. We studied seed release, seed dispersal and soil seed populations in stands of Cistus ladanifer and C. libanotis. Seed release started in mid- to late summer (C. ladanifer) or in early autumn (C libanotis), and continued for a very extended period: 8-10 months in C. ladanifer, and for a mean of 16 months in C. libanotis. The xerochastic capsules of both species released seeds by successive dehiscence of the locules. All capsules begin to dehisce simultaneously at the start of the seed release period, but in C. libanotis capsule fragmentation replaced dehiscence early in the seed release period. In plants of both species, seed shadows were characterized by a peak of density beneath the plant canopy and a very short tail of much lower densities, indicating that seeds are concentrated beneath mother plants when dispersed. Nevertheless, in late May, at the onset of the fire season, soil seed densities beneath plant canopies were low compared with densities expected from seed shadows, but were apparently high enough to allow recovery of the stands if a disturbance, such as fire, had taken place. Seed-eating Bruchidae in summer and granivorous ants during the seed release period were apparently the main causes of seed losses. Results suggest that in both Cistus species, the staggered seed release could constitute an efficient risk-reducing trait. The plant pool of seeds existing throughout most of the year could be a relevant component of Cistus seed banks.  (+info)

Breeding system, flower visitors and seedling survival of two endangered species of Helianthemum (Cistaceae). (2/13)

BACKGROUND AND AIMS: Helianthemum marifolium and H. caput-felis are two endangered plant species of the western Mediterranean. Several aspects of the reproduction of both species were examined to determine whether their rarity could be related to factors causing reproductive limitation. METHODS: The flowering and fruiting phenology of both species in two non-sympatric island populations (Mallorca, Balearic Islands, western Mediterranean) were compared. Hand-pollination experiments were conducted to determine their fruit and seed production under different pollen sources. The composition of the pollinator assemblage and the effect of temporal variation and sun exposure on reproductive output and seedling survival were also investigated. KEY RESULTS: Flowering periods were longer for H. marifolium than for H. caput-felis in the populations studied. Helianthemum marifolium is mostly an outbreeder, i.e. fruit and seed set was three-fold higher when pollen came from other plants. In H. caput-felis, neither fruit nor seed set was affected by pollination treatments. Flower visitors were more diverse for H. caput-felis than for H. marifolium. In both species, most floral visits were made by hymenopterans. The total number of pollinator visits varied significantly between years, decreasing more than two-fold from 2001 to 2002, in both species. In agreement with its outbreeder character, variation in reproductive output between years was also observed in H. marifolium. It showed a 50 % decrease in fruit set in 2002, a pollinator-poor year. Finally, seedling survival increased three- to six-fold from 2001 to 2002. A correlation between seedling size and survival had also been detected. CONCLUSIONS: Reproductive limitations were detected for neither species (i.e. fruit and seed set, pollination service and seedling survival on natural populations). Hence, the increasing rarity of these two species is probably a direct result of the destruction of their habitat.  (+info)

A new highly oxygenated pseudoguaianolide from a collection of the flowers of Parthenium hysterophorus. (3/13)

A new highly oxygenated pseudoguaianolide, 8-beta-acetoxyhysterone C, along with the known compounds, parthenin, coronopilin and hysterone C, has been isolated from a collection of the flowers of Parthenium hysterophorus. The structure of the new compound was derived from the extensive studies of its spectral (mainly 1D and 2D NMR) data.  (+info)

Alternaria jesenskae sp. nov., a new species from Slovakia on Fumana procumbens (Cistaceae). (4/13)

Alternaria jesenskae sp. nov. recovered from seeds of a shrubby perennial plant Fumana procumbens (Cistaceae) in Slovakia is described and illustrated. The new taxon can be clearly separated from the other related large-spored and filament-beaked Alternaria species based on sequences of the ITS1, 5.8S and ITS2 region as well as by its distinctive morphology. Even though the molecular data have shown close relatedness with A. multirostrata, the new species is morphologically most similar to A. tomatophila distinguished primarily by the pronounced colony pigmentation, conidial septation and beak branching.  (+info)

Environmental scales on the reproduction of a gypsophyte: a hierarchical approach. (5/13)

BACKGROUND AND AIMS: Environmental variability at several scales can determine plant reproductive success. The main goal of this work was to model the reproductive flexibility of a semi-arid specialist considering different scales of environmental variability. METHODS: A 2-year field study was performed on the determinants of the female reproductive success of Helianthemum squamatum, an Iberian gypsophyte, considering two scales of environmental variability: differences between two contrasting slope aspects; and, on individual scale, the neighbouring microenvironment. Generalized linear mixed models were used to evaluate simultaneously the potential effects of environmental variability at both scales, together with flowering phenology and plant size on the reproductive output of H. squamatum. The following reproductive response variables were considered: number of flowers, fruit-set, number of viable and aborted seeds per fruit, and number of seeds per plant. KEY RESULTS: Contrary to expectations, environmental variability exerted a weak or even absent effect on the reproductive variables considered, while flowering phenology and plant size, which did not vary between slopes, played a major role. Surprisingly, the absolute reproductive variables were even higher in the extremely dry year of 2003, although only on the south-facing slope. The relatively milder conditions of the north-facing slope did not involve any advantage to this species in terms of reproductive output. CONCLUSIONS: The species seemed to be considerably well adapted to the environmental unpredictability characteristic of Mediterranean systems, considering its ability to maintain reproduction across contrasting environments and contrasting climatic conditions. These findings make us face the question of what must be considered stressful conditions in the case of a stress-tolerant specialist.  (+info)

The endophytic system of mediterranean Cytinus (cytinaceae) developing on five host Cistaceae species. (6/13)

BACKGROUND AND AIMS: One of the most extreme manifestations of parasitism is found in the genus Cytinus, a holoparasite whose vegetative body is reduced to an endophytic system living within its host root. There are two species of Cytinus in the Mediterranean, C. hypocistis and C. ruber, which parasitize various genera of Cistaceae, one of the most characteristic families of the Mediterranean scrublands. The aim of this work is to describe the endophytic systems of C. hypocistis and C. ruber, and their tissue relationships with their host. METHODS: Roots from five different hosts infected with C. hypocistis and C. ruber were harvested, and examined by anatomical techniques under light microscopy to elucidate the characteristics of the endophytic system of Cytinus, and to determine if differences in endophytic systems occur between the two species and in response to different hosts. KEY RESULTS: The endophyte structure is similar in both Cytinus species irrespective of the host species. In the initial stages of the endophyte, rows of parenchymal cells spread through the host pericyclic derivatives and phloem, and begin to generate small nodules in the outermost region of the host xylem. Later the nodules anastomose, and bands of parasitic tissue are formed. The host cambium continues to develop xylem tissue, and consequently the endophyte becomes enclosed within the xylem. The bands of parasitic tissue fuse to form a continuous sheath. This mature endophyte has well-developed vascular system with xylem and phloem, and forms sinkers with transfer cells that grow through the host xylem. CONCLUSIONS: The endophytic system of Cytinus develops in all host root tissues and reaches its most mature stages in the host xylem. It is more complex than previously reported, showing parenchyma, xylem and phloem tissues. This is the first report of well-developed phloem in a holoparasitic endophytic species.  (+info)

Axonal degeneration in sheep caused by the ingestion of Halimium brasiliense. (7/13)

Nervous system disease is reported in sheep from 2 farms in southern Brazil and in 33 farms in Uruguay. The illness was seasonal, occurring from May to November, during the growing season of Halimium brasiliense, and primarily affected sheep older than 3 years of age. Clinical signs included transient seizures that occurred mainly when sheep were disturbed or frightened. Most affected sheep recovered when removed to other pastures. Feeding trials produced clinical signs in 1 sheep after the ingestion of 2,117 g/kg of body weight of H. brasiliense over 142 days. Two sheep that had previously recovered from spontaneous toxicosis developed clinical signs after the ingestion of 263 g and 565 g of H. brasiliense per kg body weight given over 36 and 31 days, respectively. The main histologic lesion was vacuolation of the brain and spinal cord, with rare axonal spheroid formation. Transmission electron microscopy revealed segmental axonal swelling with degeneration and disappearance of the axonal organelles and vacuolation of the axoplasm. A pigment identified as ceroid was also present in neurons, astrocytes, and macrophages. These lesions suggested a novel morphologic manifestation of a toxic axonopathy.  (+info)

Adaptive radiation in mediterranean cistus (cistaceae). (8/13)

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*Cistaceae

Most Cistaceae are subshrubs and low shrubs, and some are herbaceous. They prefer dry and sunny habitats. Cistaceae grow well ... the gum cistus of the Cistaceae plant family symbolized imminent death. These generic names inside Cistaceae were defined in ... the bibliography contains many references to Cistaceae. Stevens P.F. (2001 onwards). Angiosperm Phylogeny Website (Cistaceae). ... The Cistaceae are a small family of plants (rock-rose or rock rose family) known for their beautiful shrubs, which are ...

*APG IV system

Cistaceae Juss., nom. cons. * (including Pakaraimaea Maguire & P.S.Ashton) Sarcolaenaceae Caruel, nom. cons. Dipterocarpaceae ...

*Reveal system

Malvanae order 1. Cistales family 1. Bixaceae family 2. Cochlospermaceae family 3. Cistaceae family 4. Diegodendraceae order 2 ...

*Charles Lacaita

Cistaceae) Halimiocistus × lacaitae Dans. (Lamiaceae) Micromeria lacaitae Lojac. (Leguminosae) Lathyrus lacaitae Czefr. ( ...

*APG III system

J.Presl $Bixaceae Kunth (including Cochlospermaceae Planch., Diegodendraceae Capuron) Cistaceae Juss. *Cytinaceae A.Rich. ...

*Cistus crispus

... is a shrubby species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae , with pink to purple flowers, native to south- ... Cistaceae)". PLoS ONE. 4: e6362. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0006362. PMC 2719431 . PMID 19668338. Page, R.G. (n.d.) [2002 onwards ... Cistaceae) based on ITS, trnL-trnF, and matK sequences", Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 37: 644-660, doi:10.1016/j. ... Cistaceae)", Plant Systematics and Evolution, 295 (1-4): 23-54, doi:10.1007/s00606-011-0458-7 Guzmán, B. & Vargas, P. (2005), " ...

*Cistus munbyi

... is a shrubby species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae, with white flowers. Related to and resembling ... Cistaceae) based on ITS, trnL-trnF, and matK sequences", Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 37: 644-660, doi:10.1016/j. ... Cistaceae)". PLoS ONE. 4: e6362. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0006362. PMC 2719431 . PMID 19668338. Munby, G. (1847), "C. sericeus ... Cistaceae)", Plant Systematics and Evolution, 295 (1-4): 23-54, doi:10.1007/s00606-011-0458-7 ...

*Cistus libanotis

... is a shrubby species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae, with white flowers. It has been confused with ... Guzman, B.; Lledo, M.D. & Vargas, P. (2009). "Adaptive Radiation in Mediterranean Cistus (Cistaceae)". PLOS ONE. 4: e6362. doi: ... Cistaceae)", Plant Systematics and Evolution, 295 (1-4): 23-54, doi:10.1007/s00606-011-0458-7 "Definition of libanotis". JM ...

*Cistus ladanifer

... is a species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae. It is native to the western Mediterranean region. ... Temporal and spatial patterns of seed dispersal in two Cistus species (Cistaceae). Annals of Botany 89:427-434. "Cistus ... Adaptive Radiation in Mediterranean Cistus (Cistaceae). PLoS ONE 4:e6362. Guzmán, B. and P. Vargas. 2009. Long-distance ... colonization of the Western Mediterranean by Cistus ladanifer (Cistaceae) despite the absence of special dispersal mechanisms. ...

*List of MeSH codes (B06)

... cistaceae (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.388.100.204.177 --- cistus (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.388.100.216 --- ...

*Colus hirudinosus

Loizides M. (2016). "Macromycetes within Cistaceae-dominated ecosystems in Cyprus" (PDF). Mycotaxon. Baker RT (1897). " ...

*Seed dormancy

Nandi, O.I. (1998). "Ovule and seed anatomy of Cistaceae and related Malvanae". Plant Systematics and Evolution. 209: 239-264. ... Cistaceae Cochlospermaceae Convolvulaceae Cucurbitaceae Dipterocarpaceae Geraniaceae Legumeinosae Malvaceae Nelumbonaceae ...

*Helianthemum

Sorrie, B. A. (2011). Transfer of North American Helianthemum to Crocanthemum (Cistaceae): New combinations. Phytologia 93(2), ... is a genus of about 110 species of flowering plants in the family Cistaceae. They are widely distributed throughout the ...

*Cistus

... (from the Greek kistos) is a genus of flowering plants in the rockrose family Cistaceae, containing about 20 species ( ... As with many other Cistaceae, the species of Cistus have the ability to form mycorrhizal associations with truffles (Tuber) and ... Guzman, B.; Lledo, M.D. & Vargas, P. (2009). "Adaptive Radiation in Mediterranean Cistus (Cistaceae)". PLoS ONE. 4: e6362. doi: ... Cistus and Halimium form a cohesive and the most derived clade within Cistaceae. Molecular phylogenetic analyses conducted ...

*Helianthemum guerrae

... is a species of plant in the Cistaceae family. It is endemic to Spain. Its natural habitat is ...

*William Hudson (botanist)

Linnaeus gave the name Hudsonia to a North American genus of Cistaceae. Hudson was buried in St James's Church in Westminster, ...

*Tuberaria guttata

Javier Herrera (2004). "Lifetime fecundity and floral variation in Tuberaria guttata (Cistaceae), a Mediterranean annual". ...

*Cistus inflatus

Cistaceae)", Acta Botanica Gallica (in French), 144 (1): 35-44 , abstract (in French and English) Sweet, Robert (1826), "33 ... Cistus inflatus is a shrubby species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae, often known as Cistus psilosepalus, although ... "Cistaceae Cistus inflatus Pourr.", Living Collection Virtual Herbarium, Sven Landrein, archived from the original on 2015-03-14 ... Cistaceae)". Plant Systematics and Evolution. 295 (1-4): 23-54. doi:10.1007/s00606-011-0458-7. "Cistus inflatus Pourr. ex ...

*Helianthemum marifolium

Helianthemum alpinum Delarbre) is an endangered ornamental plant in the Cistaceae family. Pink, A. (2004). Gardening for the ... Breeding System, Flower Visitors and Seedling Survival of Two Endangered Species of Helianthemum (Cistaceae) - Javier Rodríguez ...

*Cistus grancanariae

... is a shrubby species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae. It was described for the first time in ... Cistaceae), una nueva especie para Gran Canaria (Islas Canarias)", Botánica Macaronésica (in Spanish) (27): 73-88, retrieved ...

*Cistus pouzolzii

... is a shrubby species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae. "Cistus pouzolzii", The Plant List, retrieved ...

*Cistus heterophyllus

nova (Cistaceae)", Bouteloua (in Spanish), 16: 27-33, retrieved 2015-03-11 Hyam, R. & Pankhurst, R.J. (1995), Plants and their ... Cistus heterophyllus is a shrubby species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae. Cistus heterophyllus grows up to 1 m (3 ... carthaginensis [Cistaceae]", Naturaleza - Región de Murcia Digital (in Spanish), retrieved 2015-03-10 Ferrer-Gallego, P. Pablo ... Cistaceae)", Plant Systematics and Evolution, 295 (1-4): 23-54, doi:10.1007/s00606-011-0458-7 Pawluczyk, Marta; Weiss, Julia; ...

*Lechea

... (pinweed) is a genus in the Cistaceae family of the Malvales order. The genus Lechea is based primarily in eastern North ... Spaulding, D.D. (2013). "Key to the pinweeds (Lechea, Cistaceae) of Alabama and adjacent states" Phytoneuron 2013-99: 1-15. ...

*Fumana

... (needle sunrose) is a small genus of flowering plants in Cistaceae family. They are small perennial shrubs with five- ...

*Cistus sintenisii

... is a shrubby species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae. It was named in honor of Paul Sintenis. " ...
Terfezia claveryi is a species that belongs to the genera of Terfeziaceae or desert truffles, which is a family of truffles. In the present study, silver nanoparticles were synthesized from aqueous extract of T. claveryi which are in the range of 25 to 60 nm. The synthesized nanoparticles were characterized by ultraviolet-visible (UV-Vis) spectroscopy, fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR), X-ray diffraction (XRD), scanning electron microscopy (FESEM) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). The effect of the silver nanoparticles on human breast cancer cell line has been tested. Peak absorption was recorded at 440 nm in UV-Vis spectra of silver nanoparticles. The XRD data reports that the silver nanoparticles are crystalline in nature and have face centered cubic geometry. FESEM showed the size range of synthesized silver nanoparticles as 25 to 50 nm. The TEM image represents that the majority of silver nanoparticles are in spherical shape with sizes ranging between 40 and 60 nm. The aim
article{f73d46d8-f24a-4575-8f99-903f60b6c4c2, abstract = {,p,Helianthemum oelandicum var. canescens (Hartm.) Fr. is an endemic taxon with a restricted distribution (less than 10 km,sup,2,/sup,) in the southernmost part of the Baltic island of Öland, SE, Sweden. The taxon varies with respect to stellate hairs. Most plants can be classified into two morphs, the stellated morph (with a dense carpet of stellate hairs on the abaxial surface of the leaves) and the bristled morph (without a carpet of stellate hairs). In crosses between plants assumed to be homozygous for the trait that characterises the phenotypes of the two morphs, F1 offspring was indistinguishable from the bristled morph. Segregation in F2 did not deviate from the expected 3:1 ratio (bristled morph/stellated morph), indicating one major gene with a dominant allele for the phenotype of the bristled morph and a recessive allele for the phenotype of the stellated morph. Besides the Mendelian inheritance of the presence/absence of a ...
sun rose: Any of 80-110 species of low-growing flowering plants making up the genus Helianthemum in the rock rose family (Cistaceae), the flowers of which resemble single roses. They include...
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There are no experimental value for adsorption/desorption of the constituent 3-phenylpropanoic acid. Estimated values have been generated by QSAR Methods. The calculation methods and Koc values are reported here below: Estimation of Log Koc by TGD (2003) Equation for non hydrophobic: Log Koc = 1.98, Koc = 94.8 L/kg MCl Method from KOCWIN v2.00: Log Koc = 1.73, Koc = 53.88 L/kg Log Kow Method from KOCWIN v2.00 (Input log Kow = 1.84): Log Koc = 1.17, Koc = 14.91 L/kg ECHA Guidance (chapter R.7.a,paragraph R.7.1.15) recommends calculating the Koc endpoint value of a compound as the geometric mean of results obtained by means of QSARs. Geometric mean of Koc = 42.39 L/kg This gives a Log Koc = 1.63 ...
On each occasion of the preparation of the premix the required amount of test substance and corn oil were weighed into a suitable container. An amount of sieved diet that approximately equaled the weight of test substance was added and the mixture stirred together. A further amount of sieved diet (approximately equal to the weight of this mixture) was added and it was stirred well. This doubling up process was repeated until half of the final weight of the premix was achieved. This mixture was then ground using a mechanical grinder after which it was made up to the final weight of the premix with plain diet. This premix was mixed in a Turbula mixer for 100 cycles to ensure the test substance was dispersed in the diet. Aliquots of the premix were then diluted with further quantities of plain diet to produce the required dietary concentrations. Each batch of treated diet was mixed for a further 100 cycles in a Turbula mixer ...
Picture Archives - Album 1028 (Doha, Qatar, March 8 - 9, 2012) - Photo 13 (Large turbinate (like a top) desert truffle near Omani Souq, Wholesale Markets area. Doha, Qatar, March 9, 2012)
The plants of genus Cistus have been used in folk medicine due to their anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and skin photo-protection properties [1]. Cistus creticus (Cistaceae) has been traditionally used as infusion and/or decoction of the dried leaves for external use as anti-inflammatory agent, and peros against cough and cold as well as against mouth irritations. The Cretan Cistus creticus bee-pollen, which has never been studied phytochemically before, was studied. From the butanolic extract, flavonoids as kaempferol and quercetin and glucosides of them have been isolated. Their structural elucidation was determined by modern spectral means 1D- and 2D-NMR ...
Desert cakes are present in each recognized wilderness, regardless of the habitat - cool or sizzling, loamy or acidic, sandy or heavy soil - the one universal situation appears a constrained offer of water. not like true cakes, barren region cakes have developed over the years in numerous households, in general in the order Pezizales. whereas in a few arid parts, wilderness muffins were generally used as foodstuff, in such a lot areas curiosity has just recently been expanding, and brownies are actually precious for his or her dietary worth, as an source of revenue resource and for research.. This quantity supplies a accomplished assessment of the phylogeny, biology, mycorrhizal organization, and distribution of wasteland cakes, their use, biochemical and medicinal houses, in addition to their domestication and cultivation.. ...
International Scholarly Research Notices is a peer-reviewed, Open Access journal covering a wide range of subjects in science, technology, and medicine. The journals Editorial Board as well as its Table of Contents are divided into 108 subject areas that are covered within the journals scope.
Cistus Nursery (www.cistus.com), located on Sauvie Island near Portland, Oregon, is one of the worlds great horticultural hotbeds and an almost overwhelming experience for any plantsman, being stuffed with an incredible asortment of the choicest plants - some of which are illustrated above. Founded by Sean Hogan and his late partner Parker Sanderson, and now run by Sean, Nathan Limprecht and a dedicated team of fellow plant enthusiasts, it comprises ornamental plantings, the retail nursery and a series of large polytunnels behind the scenes (where the excitement perhaps reaches its peak ...
A year ago I wrote about drinking cistus icanus tea in order to rid my body of a form of bartonella, one of the co-infections that often show up in people with Lyme Disease. Every morning for thre… Source: Cistus Icannus Tea Revisited -- A Post for Those with Lyme and Co-Infections
Scientists at the Helmholtz Zentrum München discover that extracts of the medicinal plant Cistus incanus (Ci) prevent human immunodeficiency viruses from infecting cells. Active antiviral ingredients in the extracts inhibit docking of viral proteins to cells. See more here ...
Evergreen bushy shrub with very abundant pink flowers in spring. Plant in the ground or in a container near to the house or swimming pool. It is also very good in flowerbeds and rockeries.
For vascular plants occurring in wildlands or otherwise outside of cultivation in California, the Jepson eFlora contains taxonomic treatments, distribution maps, illustrations, photographs, and identification keys.
Tego Cistus is a standardized plant extract highly enriched in polyphenols from the pink rock rose. Cistus incanus spp. tauricus grows in Europe and parts of the Middle East and has a historical use in traditional European medicine. On a
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Cistus, Cistus ladaniferus, a shrub, also known as Labdanum, Rock Rose, Sun Rose and Rose of Sharon, is a member of the Cistaceae family and native to the mountainous coastal regions of the eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East.. Interestingly, Cistus secretes a gum in the summer to protect itself against the intense heat. Labdanum gum has been harvested for 3,000 years and used to treat diarrhea, dysentery, catarrh and menstruation difficulties. A popular use of labdanum was in the making of ancient perfumes. It is said to resemble ambegris in fragrance and was sometimes used as a substitute for it. Apparently Ancient Greek shepherds collected labdanum gum by combing the fleece of their sheep and goat herds. While grazing these animals would rub up against the Cistus shrubs and the natural sticky resin would get stuck to their coats.. Ian Smith reported in the In Essence Magazine Vol 6 No 3:. Broadly speaking, cistus products are obtained from the leaves and stalks of Cistus spp, and ...
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The western bean cutworm (WBC) is an important pest of corn and dry beans. This study was conducted within the historic range of WBC in western Nebraska; however, it has undergone a rapid range expansion into the eastern Corn Belt within the last 16 years. This field trial was established to evaluate the efficacy of a single application of foliar insecticides against this pest to prevent feeding damage to non-Bt corn ears. The trial was located at the University of Nebraska-Lincolns West Central Water Resources Field Laboratory in Keith County, Nebraska, USA (41.160246° N, -102.035695° W). A RCB design with four treatments (including an untreated check) and four replications was used. Each plot was eight rows by 30 ft. The trial was planted on 8 Jun using a small plot research planter at 32,000 seeds/acre at an approximate depth of 1.4-1.75 inch in 30 inch rows. The hybrid planted was DKC51-19RIB (Monsanto Company, St. Louis, MO) expressing Cry1A.105, Cry2Ab2, and Cry3Bb1 Bt proteins, which do not
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Grasslands dominated by Stipa tenacissima are important ecosystems in the arid and semiarid climates of western Mediterranean, where they have originated by degradation of open dry forests and shrublands. At present, although the level of exploitation in these ecosystems is very low, succession processes seem to have stopped. In this study, we explore the role of microsite and post-dispersal seed predation on the seedling emergence of two species from advanced successional stages (Rhamnus lycioides, Quercus coccifera), three species from degraded stages (Cistus clusii, Helianthemum violaceum, Anthyllis terniflora), and of the dominant species (Stipa tenacissima). Seeds of these species were sown in plots divided into two microsites: (i) under tussocks of S. tenacissima and (ii) in the bare soil between tussocks. Soil moisture was significantly higher in the tussock microsites. The interaction observed between microsite and time, reflected the slower drying process under tussocks. Seed predation ...
Photo courtesy of Barbara. The other group of MNA members led by Dave Bryant headed up to Trowbarrow Quarry and onto Gait Barrows NNR. A female Broad-bodied Chaser Libellula depressa and a number of Common Blue Damselflies Enallagma cyathigerum and Blue-tailed Damselflies Ischnura elegans were zooming around us as we ate lunch in Trowbarrow. I chased after a Cinnabar Moth Tyria jacobaeae which eventually settled and there were a couple of Dingy Skipper Erynnis tages. Plants included Common Rock-rose Helianthemum nummularium, Herb Bennet Geum urbanum, Common Dog Violet Viola riviniana, Wild Strawberry Fragaria vesca and Common Twayblade Orchid Listera ovata. A photographer pointed out a Fly Orchid spike Ophrys insectifera! This mimic Orchid has evolved a flower structure and also produces a pheromone scent in order to attract male digger wasps to pollinate the orchid. ...
Public Release: 2-Feb-2016 Effects on HIV and Ebola Cell culture experiments reveal potent antiviral activity of Cistus incanus Helmholtz Zentrum München - German Research Center for Environmental Health Neuherberg, February 2, 2016. Scientists at the Helmholtz Zentrum München discover that extracts of the medicinal plant Cistus incanus (Ci) prevent human immunodeficiency viruses from infecting cells.…
According to the ecomorphological paradigm, species with similar morphology should exhibit similarities in behaviour and ecology[1]. This prediction, however, raises the possibility of competition between such species when they occur in sympatry. Inter-specific competition takes place when two (or more) species with similar ecological requirements consume resources that are limited in supply[2]. Nevertheless, the stable coexistence of competitors will be possible if their respective niches differ sufficiently[3].. Niche differentiation is easy to conceptualise as a consequence of inter-specific competition. However, concrete evidence in support of it is difficult to acquire, because the demonstration of niche differentiation per se does not necessarily indicate anything about the contribution of competition. Removal or demographic response experiments, if adequately designed, may demonstrate a cause-effect relationship between niche differentiation and inter-specific competition[4, 5]. However, ...
Cistus likes to sneak up on you. For months after my arrival in California, I wondered about that intriguingly dry, woody perfume that seemed to be strongest in the less pampered areas of the neighborhood. I came to love the smell before I ever saw the plant in bloom; I had assumed it was some scraggly little weed, or even dry-rotting wood. The combination of the bright flowers and the exotic aroma were simply irresistible. When I acquired my own specimen, I was in for another sweet surprise: the buds squatted innocently at the ends of the stems for several days without showing any sign of color or growth, then suddenly flung wide five half-dollar-sized petals with theatrical flair, curling them in slightly as evening approached ...
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From the Italian island of Sardinia comes this raw sheeps milk cheese with black truffles. Unlike most truffled cheeses, the truffle paste is infused after Moliterno has been aged so that the cheese develops its own character before the truffles are injected. Though the truffles are only visible in the "veins," the truffle flavor permeates throughout the entire paste of this amazing cheese. During the aging process, oil and vinegar are applied to the cheeses rind to prevent weight loss.. Once cut, the dark paste oozes out of the crevices of the cheese like trickles of water from a craggy cliff. Both delicious and intriguing visually, this cheese is a show-stopper. Enjoy this pecorino with a big, earthy Italian red with enough muscle to stand up to the truffles. ...
... James M. Trappe. Department of Forest Science,. Oregon State University,. Corvallis, Oregon 97331-5705. and. Michael A. Castellano. U.S.D.A., Forest Service,. Pacific Northwest Research Station,. Forestry Sciences Laboratory,. Corvallis, Oregon 97331. INTRODUCTION. Truffles are belowground (hypogeous) relatives of the cup fungi (Castellano et al., 1989; Trappe, 1979). They have evolved a spore dispersal strategy that depends on animals. As a truffle matures its spores, it begins to emit an odor, a chemical signal to animals that a feast awaits (Trappe and Maser, 1977). Nearly all mammals seem attracted to ripe truffles and will eat them whenever they detect them (Maser et al., 1978).. Humans are numbered among the animals that enjoy eating truffles, although only a few of the several hundred known species please the human palate. North America abounds in truffles, and new species are turning up regularly as new places are explored for them. The ...
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C. x purpuseus (C. cretics x C. ladanifer) is a showy, orchid-pink 3 inch flowers with a darker red spot appear during summer on this heat-loving, evergreen
Labdanum is produced across parts of the Mediterranean (mainly Spain and Greece) as a by-product from shrubs of the Cistus variety - (more commonly known as rock rose). For centuries, the plant has thrived and grown abundantly in rocky outcrops near coastal areas, and is known to secrete a thick, sticky sap when the sun is high overhead and summer temperatures are at their fiercest. In ancient times, local goat herders whose animals had been grazing around the cistus trees, found that the animals fur gradually became matted and soaked with a thick tar-like substance. The fur was profoundly aromatic; imbued with the resins and oils from the shrubs, and their pelts became widely sought after. The beards of the animals were clipped regularly and sold, traded and bartered across the Mediterranean. In Egypt, pharaohs and royals attached plaited strands of labdanum-rich goats hair onto their chins as a perfumed symbol of leadership. This appendage is clearly visible in ancient Egyptian art and ...
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At the upper part of the drift line, only annual halo-nitrophilous species survive, like Cakile maritima and Polygonum maritimum. Immediately behind this, the sand dune ecosystem begins, with the first line of moving dunes. Here, the "sand stabilizers", specialized plants that ancor the sand, form "embryonic dunes", like the sand couch grass (Elytrigia juncea), or larger white dunes, like marram grass (Ammophila arenaria), which occurs only at the extended beach of Laganas. Other ammophilous species occuring on Zakynthos dunes are Cyperus capitatus, Echinophora spinosa, the sea lily (Pancratium maritimum) and the sea holly (Eryngium maritimum). Behind the moving dunes, the fixed grey dunes are formed, with small bushes such as Helianthemum nummularium and the thyme (Coridothymus capitatus) at Laganas or with perennial herbs like Verbascum sinuatum and Centaurea seridis subsp. sonchifolia at Marathonisi. At more humid sites, especially at wet dune slacks, there are hydrophilous species such as ...
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The aimof this work is to describe the diversity and phylogeny of rhizobial bacteria associated to nodules of Ononis tridentata L. in different geographical regions of Spain. Twenty-two bacterial isolates were characterized using several molecular techniques (16S amplified ribosomal deoxyribonucleic acid restriction analysis, fingerprinting, and sequencing) and phylogenies were inferred from their 16S and nodC gene sequences. Phylogenetically, the isolates grouped with the genera Rhizobium, Mesorhizobium, Phylobacterium, and Bosea. The nodC gene, essential for nodulation, was detected for the first time in isolates close to the genera Bosea and Phyllobacterium. The bacteria isolated showed a high diversity at the genus, species, and strain level regardless of the geographical origin of the host plant. This is the first report describing bacteria associated to nodules of O. tridentata. This shrub legume is highly prized for the revegetation of gypsum soils in semiarid Mediterranean areas. Our ...
In a saute pan, heat 2 tablespoons duck confit oil. When the oil is hot, sear the duck legs, for about 2 to 3 minutes on each side, or until the legs are crispy. Using the back of a French knife, slightly smash each potato. In another saute pan, heat the remaining confit oil. When the oil is hot, add the spinach, a couple of handfuls at a time. Season with salt and pepper. Saute the spinach for about 1 minute or until wilted. Stir in the garlic and remove from the heat. Spoon the truffle emulsion in the center of the plate and around the rim. Mound the spinach in the center of the sauce. Arrange the smashed potatoes around the spinach. Lay the crispy duck confit legs on top of the spinach. Drizzle the entire plate with the truffle oil. Sprinkle the plate with the grated cheese. Shave the truffles over the duck legs. Garnish with chives and black pepper ...
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3. Sagina procumbens Linnaeus, Sp. Pl. 1: 128. 1753. Matted pearlwort, sagine couchée Sagina procumbens var. compacta Lange. Plants perennial, often mat-forming, glabrous. Stems as-cending or, more frequently, procumbent, rooting at nodes, giving rise to secondary tufts or rosettes, few- to many-branched, slender. Leaves: axillary fascicles often present on procumbent stems; basal frequently in primary rosettes in younger plants; blade linear, 8-17 mm, herbaceous, apex apiculate to somewhat aristate, glabrous; cauline not conspicuously connate basally, never forming an inflated cup, blade linear, 4-15 mm proximally, becoming shorter toward apex, 2.5-6 mm distally, sometimes slightly fleshy, apex apiculate to aristate, rarely with minute glandular cilia. Pedicels frequently recurved during capsule development, filiform, glabrous. Flowers axillary or terminal, 4-merous, occasionally 4- and 5-merous; calyx base glabrous; sepals elliptic to orbiculate, 1.5-(-2.5) mm, hyaline margins white, never ...
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Far more dense, dark truffle than light, fluffy cake, Rawmio Chocolate Truffle Cakes are packaged like giant PB cups. Vegan, paleo, dairy-free, gluten-free.
Moreau, P.-A., J. Vila, M.A. Perez-de-Gregorio, J. Llistosella & X. Llimona. Hemimycena conidiogena, a new cistophilous basidiomycete. Mycotaxon 91: 323-332. 2005.. ABSTRACT: An ecological study of Cistus vegetation in Catalonia (Spain) revealed the existence of a previously undescribed species of Hemimycena section Lacteae characterized by a yellowish tinge on mature basidiomata and the production of blastoconidia on cap and stipe. This species, close to H. lactea, is described as Hemimycena conidiogena. Ecological distribution, taxonomical affinities, systematic position and nature of blastoconidia are discussed. KEYWORDS: Basidiomycetes, Tricholomataceae, Hemimycena lactea. ...
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It is a bit more complicated the matting types compete that eventually it becomes an issue. But understanding and using this mating type competition, by accelerating it one can produce gender specific inoculated hosts. By tracking the strains (DNA) you can isolate the trait/gene that favors sexual reproduction. The 125-megabase pairs black truffle genome is four times bigger than many fungi. The strain that produces truffles, that has the specific genes you want. I have a DNA voucher of every generation ...
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Biosocial Development in the First Two Years. Babies grow quite rapidly during the first two years of life and can change in appearance and behavior from day to day. During these two years, a baby will grow and change quite significantly as he gains more complex motor skills and fine-tuned senses. The environmental, cultural and biological things that a baby is exposed to during this window of time all play a role in his growth, and the result of this collective group of influences is referred to as biosocial development.
Artemisia absinthium and Psidium guajava are powerful sources of secondary metabolites, some of them with potential allelopathic activity. Both the species grow together in India with a weed (Parthenium hysterophorus) that is becoming extremely invasive. The aim of the present research was to test the allelopathic effect of A. absinthium and P. guajava aqueous leaf extracts on seed germination, seedling growth (shoot and root length), as well as some biochemical parameters (enzymatic and non-enzymatic antioxidants, photosynthetic pigments, osmolytes, and malondialdehyde by-products) of P. hysterophorus plants. Leaf extracts of both A. absinthium and P. guajava constrained the germination and seedling development (root and shoot length), affected pigment content (chlorophylls, carotenoids), stimulated the activity of antioxidant enzymes, and increased the level of malondialdehyde by-products of P. hysterophorus plants. Non-enzymatic antioxidants (glutathione and ascorbic acid) in P. hysterophorus leaves
Since Darwins time, waterbirds have been considered an important vector for the dispersal of continental aquatic invertebrates. Bird movements have facilitated the worldwide invasion of the American brine shrimp Artemia franciscana, transporting cysts (diapausing eggs), and favouring rapid range expansions from introduction sites. Here we address the impact of bird migratory flyways on the population genetic structure and phylogeography of A. franciscana in its native range in the Americas. We examined the sequence variation for two mitochondrial gene fragments (COI and 16S for a subset of the data) in a large set of population samples representing the entire native range of A. franciscana. Furthermore, we performed Mantel tests and redundancy analyses (RDA) to test the role of flyways, geography and human introductions on the phylogeography and population genetic structure at a continental scale. A. franciscanamitochondrial DNA was very diverse, with two main clades, largely corresponding to Pacific
May 2009: http://growingontheedge.net/viewtopic.php?t=3065. "I too would dearly love to see photos of Davids 1.5 metre tall shrubs on only 10 cm of planting substrate, something that up until now I would have held for unlikely.". You can see the Leycesteria formosa (now about 1.5m tall), several Aloe striatula (approaching 1m) and three Dasylirion wheeleri (the largest is about 0.8m) on those photo-threads. There are also numerous Cistus x pulverulentus Sunset of varying ages and one Cistus x skanbergii - they eventually reach over 0.5m and spread to about 1m. I have some small plants of Yucca aloifolia that I propose to experiment with next Spring, as well as some more species of Agave and some columnar (someday) Cacti and I am gradually widening the range of Bromeliads. The substrate is nothing more sophisticated than sandy loam soil, amended locally with extra grit and sharp sand when I plant xerophytes. I try to take full advantage of Londons substantial urban-heat-island effect in my ...
Let me say that these Creamy Goat Cheese Truffles are - were - quite exquisite, and that the best way to serve them to guests is often, because they disappear fast. I like to photograph what I prepare, especially when its something I dont make everyday. For these Truffles, I managed to snap one picture - a basic lump of goat cheese - before working fastfastfast to simultaneously prepare a further 10 appys for a small gathering. Most of the Truffles were eaten, prompting me to think: "Great! Ill photograph these last few, later!" ...
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Ive spent four days now attempting to blend in with the Nu Hippy crowd, misfit Trent Reznor beastmasters, with nests of dreadlocked hair, and fresh om tattoos. I destroyed whatever hippy cred I had when I wore my Indian shirt and Arabian pants my first night out. Mikey, a sun-weary Irishman, whos been landlocked in Goa since 1994 put me in my place immediately.. "Ok, heres the deal. You gotta look at what the locals are wearing. T-shirt, shorts, thats what you need, ok? You look like a tourist. " By locals, Mikey obviously meant him and his fellow land-claimers. Indians were nowhere to be seen.. I struck up a conversation with Truffle, a wild-eyed drug-dealer from Brighton, UK, who gave me some lessons on travel arrangements. "You see that travel agent around the bend? If you go in there, and say you want a trip to Bangalore, theyll give you an eight-ball of coke". I asked him what happens if someone actually wanted to fly to Bangalore. Truffle froze, and looked at me as if his brain had ...
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First I had to decide on the chocolate tart. Instead of doing a refrigerated chocolate ganache made from equal parts chocolate and heavy cream for my tart filling I opted for a chocolate truffle cake batter since it would be sturdy enough to support a disk of crème brulee. Most chocolate truffle cake batters could work as a filling for this tart. The recipes usually have names like chocolate intensity, chocolate oblivion, chocolate indulgence, well, you get the idea. The ingredients are usually just chocolate, butter, eggs and sugar. Some recipes, like this one, have a bit of flour too. The cake batter is baked in the tart shells until its just set. The center is still a bit gooey when you take it out of the oven but will take on the texture of a chocolate truffle when cooled. A sweet nutty crust like an almond pate sucree complements the dark chocolate truffle filling perfectly ...
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Written by: Lindsay Sibson. "Success means having the courage, the determination and the will to become the person you believe you are meant to be." - George Sheehan.. Well then… I believe I am meant to be able to eat whatever the heck I want to and never gain weight or have it negatively influence my health (**the ultimate dream**). If there is a will there is a way - right? Luckily with enough determination you can transform your favorite indulgences into a health-infused delight - such as these homemade truffles that are chock full of antioxidants and protein!. ...
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I must say, you pack a lot into a post. And, I love every word of it. My son was diagnosed at 8 years old, with Type 1 Diabetes (Juvenile onset). He recovered completely, has never been re-hospitalized, and we embraced a diet and lifestyle to support him. I never used diabetic food, ie sugarless. Instead we made food from scratch and never purchased or used white ingredients such as sugar & flour. He is now on his own, grown tall and lean! No matter what the diagnosis, one finds their own way, and this post reminds me once again, it can be done with joy and good taste! ...
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I have had the good fortune of eating truffles many times. My fathers cousin Mario is a retired barber and white truffle hunter. Whenever we visited him in Tuscany his late wife, Maria, would serve us white truffles-the little ones Mario couldnt sell-ground up with butter and black pepper and spread on a Saltine cracker. It was her version of bruschetta and about as marvelous a preamble to a meal as Ive had. Lots of language has been used to describe the truffle flavor (the black Perigord truffle of France and the white Alba truffle of Italy being the most delicious): mold, garlic, soil, onions without heat, meat, sweet body odor, and none do them justice. Unfortunately, access to truffles is limited to season, region, and how much money you are willing to spend on your belly.. Perigord and Alba truffles are in season now, just as the holidays hit and one starts thinking about culinary indulgences. But the acquisition of truffles is fraught with disappointment. Truffles are always ...
To identify mango flower visitors and understand how the network of interactions in which they participate changes throughout the mango flowering season, flower visitor surveys were carried out monthly from July to September 2008, on each of the 12 farms, totalling 36 surveys. As anthesis is diurnal (Siqueira et al. 2008), surveys were performed during warm dry days (20-39 °C) with moderate wind speed (0-4 km h−1), between 8·00 and 16·00 h. On each farm, flower visitor data were recorded while walking one transect (60 × 2 × 2 m) placed within a randomly selected plot. Whenever open flowers were encountered, the observer would stop for 5-s and register all flower visitors, which were collected whenever possible for taxonomic identification. Mango is a hyperabundant flowering species, so the total number of flowers in the transect was estimated by counting the number of open flowers of three randomly selected inflorescences, the average being multiplied by the total number of inflorescences ...
Root and shoot aqueous extracts of all the applied concentrations significantly suppressed the germination of P. hysterophorus. Generally increase in the concentration increased the inhibitory potential of the extracts. Shoot extract was more inhibitory than root extract. There was 31 - 80% reduction in germination of the test weed species due to shoot extracts as compared to 30 - 48% reduction due to root extract of I. cylindrica (Figure 1A). The greater inhibitory effect of aqueous extracts of aerial parts on germination than the effect of sub-aerial parts has also been reported in other plant species (Noor and Khan 1994). It could be attributed to different types and/or different concentrations of allelochemicals in root and shoot.. Aqueous extracts of the I. cylindrica suppressed the shoot and root length of the seedlings. The effect of the lowest concentration (5%) of both root and shoot extract was insignificant. However, inhibitory effect of rest of the concentrations was found ...

Cistus - West Coast Institute of AromatherapyCistus - West Coast Institute of Aromatherapy

... is a member of the Cistaceae family and native to the mountainous coastal regions of the eastern Mediterranean and the Middle ...
more infohttps://www.westcoastaromatherapy.com/articles/eo/cistus/

Tropicos | Name - !!Cistaceae Juss.Tropicos | Name - !!Cistaceae Juss.

Cistaceae. In: W.D. Stevens, C. Ulloa Ulloa, A. Pool & O.M. Montiel (eds.). Monogr. Syst. Bot. Missouri Bot. Gard. 85(1): 614. ...
more infohttp://tropicos.org/Name/42000112?tab=references

Cistaceae - WikipediaCistaceae - Wikipedia

Most Cistaceae are subshrubs and low shrubs, and some are herbaceous. They prefer dry and sunny habitats. Cistaceae grow well ... the gum cistus of the Cistaceae plant family symbolized imminent death. These generic names inside Cistaceae were defined in ... the bibliography contains many references to Cistaceae. Stevens P.F. (2001 onwards). Angiosperm Phylogeny Website (Cistaceae). ... The Cistaceae are a small family of plants (rock-rose or rock rose family) known for their beautiful shrubs, which are ...
more infohttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cistaceae

Absolute of Cistus ladaniferus (Cistaceae)... - Substance Information - ECHAAbsolute of Cistus ladaniferus (Cistaceae)... - Substance Information - ECHA

Absolute of Cistus ladaniferus (Cistaceae) obtained from labdanum resinoid by ethanol extraction.. IUPAC names 1 ... Absolute of Cistus ladaniferus (Cistaceae) obtained from labdanum resinoid by ethanol extraction. ...
more infohttps://echa.europa.eu/sv/substance-information/-/substanceinfo/100.252.171

Absolute of Cistus ladaniferus (Cistaceae)... - Registration Dossier - ECHAAbsolute of Cistus ladaniferus (Cistaceae)... - Registration Dossier - ECHA

are obtained from the same botanical source, the Cistus ladaniferus (Cistaceae). Reason / purpose:. read-across source. ... Gum of Cistus ladaniferus (Cistaceae) obtained from stems and leaves by extraction with alkaline solution and Absolute of ... Concrete of Cistus ladaniferus (Cistaceae) obtained from stems and leaves by organic solvents extraction and Absolute of Cistus ... Absolute of Cistus ladaniferus (Cistaceae) obtained from labdanum concrete by ethanol extraction. ...
more infohttps://echa.europa.eu/nl/registration-dossier/-/registered-dossier/23140/7/5/1

Cistaceae - 山羊百科Cistaceae - 山羊百科

Cistaceae. 山羊百科,林文智老師的植物、山岳、攝影紀錄. ... 取自"http://plant.climb.com.tw/modules/mediawiki/index.php/
more infohttp://plant.climb.com.tw/modules/mediawiki/index.php/Cistaceae

User:Mmparedes - Wikimedia CommonsUser:Mmparedes - Wikimedia Commons

1.1.1.5 Cistaceae. *1.1.1.6 Dicksoniaceae. *1.1.1.7 Drosseraceae. *1.1.1.8 Fagaceae ...
more infohttps://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Mmparedes

UC/JEPS: Jepson Manual treatment for CISTUSUC/JEPS: Jepson Manual treatment for CISTUS

CISTACEAE ROCK-ROSE FAMILY. Elizabeth McClintock. Perennial, shrub; hairs short and in stellate clusters, or short or long and ...
more infohttp://ucjeps.berkeley.edu/cgi-bin/get_JM_treatment.pl?3215,3216

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center - The University of Texas at AustinLady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center - The University of Texas at Austin

Cistaceae (Rock-Rose Family). USDA Symbol: HESC2. Image Information. Photographer: Bransford, W.D. and Dolphia. State: TX. ...
more infohttps://www.wildflower.org/gallery/result.php?id_image=3520

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center - The University of Texas at AustinLady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center - The University of Texas at Austin

Cistaceae (Rock-Rose Family). Synonym(s): Crocanthemum canadense, Helianthemum canadense var. sabulonum. USDA Symbol: HECA3. ...
more infohttps://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=HECA3

Planta - incl. option to publish open accessPlanta - incl. option to publish open access

Cistus ladanifer (Cistaceae): a natural resource in Mediterranean-type ecosystems David F. Frazão, Joana R. Raimundo, Joana L. ...
more infohttps://www.springer.com/life+sciences/plant+sciences/journal/425

Система APG IV - ВикипедияСистема APG IV - Википедия

Cistaceae!! Juss., nom. cons.. *Cytinaceae A.Rich.. *Dipterocarpaceae!! Blume, nom. cons.. *Malvaceae Juss., nom. cons. ...
more infohttps://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%A1%D0%B8%D1%81%D1%82%D0%B5%D0%BC%D0%B0_APG_IV

EUR-Lex - 31992L0043 - EN - EUR-LexEUR-Lex - 31992L0043 - EN - EUR-Lex

CISTACEAE. Cistus chinamadensis Banares & Romero. *Helianthemum bystropogophyllum Svent.. COMPOSITAE. Andryala crithmifolia Ait ...
more infohttps://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/LT/TXT/?uri=CELEX:31992L0043

Sistema APG III - Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livreSistema APG III - Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

Cistaceae Juss.. **Cytinaceae A.Rich.. *Dipterocarpaceae Blume. *Malvaceae Juss.. *Muntingiaceae C.Bayer, M.W.Chase & M.F.Fay ...
more infohttps://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sistema_APG_III

321 CMR 10.00: Massachusetts Endangered Species Act | Mass.gov321 CMR 10.00: Massachusetts Endangered Species Act | Mass.gov

Cistaceae (Rockroses, Pinweeds). Beaded Pinweed Lechea pulchella var. moniliformis E. Clusiaceae (St. Johns worts). Creeping ... Rockrose, Cistaceae. Rosa, Rosaceae. Rose, Rosaceae. Rotala, Lythraceae. Rumex, Polygonaceae. Rush, Juncaceae. Rye, Poaceae ... Pinweed, Cistaceae. Pipewort, Eriocaulaceae. Planarian, Flatworms. Platanthera, Orchidaceae. Plover, Birds. Poa, Poaceae. Pod- ... Lechea, Cistaceae. Leech, Segmented Worms. Lemming, Mammals. Lepidochelys, Reptiles. Lepidoptera, Butterflies and Moths. ...
more infohttps://www.mass.gov/regulations/321-CMR-1000-massachusetts-endangered-species-act

Molecules | Free Full-Text | On-Line Screening, Isolation and Identification of Antioxidant Compounds of Helianthemum ruficomumMolecules | Free Full-Text | On-Line Screening, Isolation and Identification of Antioxidant Compounds of Helianthemum ruficomum

Cistaceae) are recognized for their various medicinal virtues. Helianthemum ruficomum is an endemic species to the ... Keywords: Helianthemum ruficomum; Cistaceae; antioxidant activity; HPLC-ABTS•+; TEAC; ORAC Helianthemum ruficomum; Cistaceae; ... Many Helianthemum species (Cistaceae) are recognized for their various medicinal virtues. Helianthemum ruficomum is an endemic ...
more infohttps://www.mdpi.com/1420-3049/22/2/239

Plants Profile for Lechea pulchella (Leggetts pinweed)Plants Profile for Lechea pulchella (Leggett's pinweed)

Cistaceae - Rock-rose family Genus. Lechea L. - pinweed Species. Lechea pulchella Raf. - Leggetts pinweed ...
more infohttps://plants.usda.gov/core/profile?symbol=LEPU4

MalvalesMalvales

Pakaraimaea + Cistaceae] [Sarcolaenaceae + Dipterocarpaceae]]: plant ectomycorrhizal; tracheids +; K with the two outer members ... At least some Cistaceae have starchy pollen grains. The embryo is green (1 record) or white (Nandi 1998a). Fumana has n = 16 ( ... CISTACEAE Jussieu, nom. cons. - Back to Malvales. Herbs to shrubs; (flavonoid sulphates +); cambium storying?; paratracheal ... Evolution: Ecology. Cytinus is quite often parasitic on Cistaceae (same order!), notably Cistus and the closely related ...
more infohttp://www.mobot.org/mobot/research/apweb/orders/malvalesweb.htm

Plants Profile for Lechea intermedia (largepod pinweed)Plants Profile for Lechea intermedia (largepod pinweed)

Cistaceae - Rock-rose family Genus. Lechea L. - pinweed Species. Lechea intermedia Leggett ex Britton - largepod pinweed ...
more infohttps://plants.usda.gov/core/profile?symbol=LEIN

MalvalesMalvales

Muntingiaceae falls either in the Dipterocarpaceae+Sarcolaenaceae+Cistaceae clade (Alverson et al. 1998, Fay et al. 1998) or at ... Cistaceae. However, placement of the remaining families (Muntingiaceae, Sphaerosepalaceae, Thymelaceae and Neuradaceae) is ... although various authors have included other families such as Cistaceae and Cochlospermaceae. Recent phylogenetic studies (e.g ...
more infohttp://tolweb.org/Malvales/21050

APG IV-systemet - Wikipedia, den frie encyklopædiAPG IV-systemet - Wikipedia, den frie encyklopædi

Cistaceae Juss., nom. cons. * (omfattende Pakaraimaea Maguire & P.S.Ashton). *Sarcolaenaceae Caruel, nom. cons. ...
more infohttps://da.wikipedia.org/wiki/APG_IV-systemet

Cistus nothosect. Macronia - WikispeciesCistus nothosect. Macronia - Wikispecies

Familia: Cistaceae. Genus: Cistus. Nothosectio: Cistus nothosect. Macronia Nothospecies: C. × leiophyllus Name[edit]. Cistus ...
more infohttps://species.wikimedia.org/wiki/Cistus_nothosect._Macronia
  • Cistus, Cistus ladaniferus , a shrub, also known as Labdanum, Rock Rose, Sun Rose and Rose of Sharon, is a member of the Cistaceae family and native to the mountainous coastal regions of the eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East. (westcoastaromatherapy.com)
  • Most Cistaceae have the ability to create symbiotic relationship with root fungi of the genus Tuber. (wikipedia.org)
  • The order Malvales has traditionally included four core families, Bombacaceae, Malvaceae, Sterculiaceae and Tiliaceae, although various authors have included other families such as Cistaceae and Cochlospermaceae. (tolweb.org)
  • Recently the neotropical tree Pakaraimaea dipterocarpacea is placed here, following APG IV (2016) The ability of Cistaceae to thrive in many Mediterranean habitats follows from two important ecological properties: mycorrhizal ability and fast renewal after wildfire. (wikipedia.org)
  • The ability of Cistaceae to create mycorrhizal relation with truffle mushroom (Tuber) prompted several studies about using them as host plants for truffle cultivation. (wikipedia.org)
  • Mycorrhizal synthesis between Cistaceae and Tuberaceae. (wikipedia.org)
  • Effect of fire on hard-coated Cistaceae seed banks and its influence on techniques for quantifying seed banks. (wikipedia.org)