The sedge plant family of the order Cyperales, subclass Commelinidae, class Liliopsida (monocotyledons)
A plant genus of the family CYPERACEAE. The seed contains oligostilbenes (STILBENES).
A class of Arthropoda that includes SPIDERS; TICKS; MITES; and SCORPIONS.
Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
A plant genus of the family CYPERACEAE. SESQUITERPENES are found in some of the species.
Environments or habitats at the interface between truly terrestrial ecosystems and truly aquatic systems making them different from each yet highly dependent on both. Adaptations to low soil oxygen characterize many wetland species.
Created 1 January 1993 as a result of the division of Czechoslovakia into the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Sudden onset water phenomena with different speed of occurrence. These include flash floods, seasonal river floods, and coastal floods, associated with CYCLONIC STORMS; TIDALWAVES; and storm surges.
Large natural streams of FRESH WATER formed by converging tributaries and which empty into a body of water (lake or ocean).
A cluster of FLOWERS (as opposed to a solitary flower) arranged on a main stem of a plant.
The reproductive organs of plants.
A country spanning from central Asia to the Pacific Ocean.
Expanded structures, usually green, of vascular plants, characteristically consisting of a bladelike expansion attached to a stem, and functioning as the principal organ of photosynthesis and transpiration. (American Heritage Dictionary, 2d ed)
A group of islands in Melanesia constituting a French overseas territory. The group includes New Caledonia (the main island), Ile des Pins, Loyalty Island, and several other islet groups. The capital is Noumea. It was discovered by Captain Cook in 1774 and visited by various navigators, explorers, and traders from 1792 to 1840. Occupied by the French in 1853, it was set up as a penal colony 1864-94. In 1946 it was made a French overseas territory. It was named by Captain Cook with the 5th and 6th century A.D. Latin name for Scotland, Caledonia. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p830 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p375)
The relationships of groups of organisms as reflected by their genetic makeup.
A group of Indian Ocean Islands, east of Tanzania. Their capital is Victoria. They were first claimed by the French in 1744 but taken by the English in 1794 and made a dependency of MAURITIUS in 1810. They became a crown colony in 1903 and a republic within the Commonwealth in 1976. They were named for the French finance minister, Jean Moreau de Sechelles, but respelled by the English in 1794. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p1102 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p496)
A plant order of the subclass Dilleniidae, class Magnoliopsida. It includes 18 families, approximately 175 genera, and 3,400 species. Its members are mostly tropical trees and shrubs.
Either of a pair of bones that form the prominent part of the CHEEK and contribute to the ORBIT on each side of the SKULL.
A plant genus of the family LAMIACEAE that contains phlorigidosides, iridoid glucosides and megastigmane glycosides.
Uncontrolled release of radioactive material from its containment. This either threatens to, or does, cause exposure to a radioactive hazard. Such an incident may occur accidentally or deliberately.
Musculoskeletal manipulation based on the principles of OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE developed in 1874 by Dr Andrew Taylor Still.
In some animals, the jaws together with their horny covering. The beak usually refers to the bill of birds in which the whole varies greatly in form according of the food and habits of the bird. While the beak refers most commonly to birds, the anatomical counterpart is found also in the turtle, squid, and octopus. (From Webster, 3d ed & Storer, et al., General Zoology, 6th ed, p491, 755)
The fleshy or dry ripened ovary of a plant, enclosing the seed or seeds.
Transmission of energy or mass by a medium involving movement of the medium itself. The circulatory movement that occurs in a fluid at a nonuniform temperature owing to the variation of its density and the action of gravity. (McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed; Webster, 10th ed)

Electron transport inhibitor in Cyperus javanicus. (1/39)

The natural quinone, hydroxydietrichequinone (3-heptadec-8-enyl-2-hydroxy-5-methoxy-[1,4]benzoquinone) is a secondary metabolite of Cyperus javanicus. We found that this quinone inhibited both mitochondrial respiration and photosynthesis in their electron transportation systems. The quinone was found to have a mode of action against the ubiquinone reductase site from the results of different electron donor experiments on intact mitochondria from rat liver. The electron transport system, photosystem-II (PS-II), in chroloplast from spinach leaves was inhibited by the quinone in a similar way to that of the triazin sires herbicide, atrazin, with its mode of action against PS II. This natural quinone has a long aliphatic chain (C17) including an unsaturated bond at its midpoint. We recognized 8-9 unsaturated bonds in the aliphatic chain from an MS analysis of the methylthio-addact, and spectral data presumed a configuration of cis. form.  (+info)

Modulation of radioligand binding to the GABA(A)-benzodiazepine receptor complex by a new component from Cyperus rotundus. (2/39)

Four sesquiterpenes, beta-selinene, isocurcumenol, nootkatone and aristolone and one triterpene, oleanolic acid were isolated from the ethylacetate fraction of the rhizomes of Cyperus rotundus and tested for their ability to modulate gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA(A))-benzodiazepine receptor function by radioligand binding assays using rat cerebrocortical membranes. Among these compounds, only isocurcumenol, one of the newly identified constituents of this plant, was found to inhibit [3H]Ro15-1788 binding and enhance [3H]flunitrazepam binding in the presence of GABA. These results suggest that isocurcumenol may serve as a benzodiazepine receptor agonist and allosterically modulate GABAergic neurotransmission via enhancement of endogenous receptor ligand binding.  (+info)

Flower and spikelet morphology in sawgrass, Cladium jamaicense Crantz (Cyperaceae). (3/39)

In recent systematic treatments of the Cyperaceae, spikelets of all but the most primitive tribes have been considered to be indeterminate, whereas historically the number of flowers, floral sex and distribution of sexes in spikelets have been important characters in suprageneric classifications. However, descriptions of these spikelet characteristics for sawgrass, Cladium jamaicense Crantz, vary among authors. Spikelet morphology was analysed using developmental and phenological studies of sawgrass populations in south Florida, USA. Sawgrass spikelets have two flowers that expand successively. Flowers are fundamentally hermaphroditic and protogynous. The first flower to expand (F1) terminates the spikelet axis, whereas the second flower (F2), ensheathed by an addorsed prophyll, develops in the axil of the last bract produced on the axis. In 86% of the spikelets examined from ramets of three populations, the gynoecium of the F1 flower aborted, so this flower was functionally male and the spikelet was protandrous. However, in 14% of spikelets from these individuals, the F1 flower was hermaphroditic and could set seed. The F2 flower was typically hermaphroditic and matured stigmas, then anthers. Thus, spikelets in C. jamaicense are determinate and have two flowers that are dichogamous both within flowers and between flowers in a spikelet; spikelet sex expression can vary among plants and populations, especially in the first flower. These data for sawgrass suggest that a re-examination of spikelet development and phenology in other genera is needed to clarify the expression of these characters in the family.  (+info)

Seasonal changes in fungal production and biomass on standing dead Scirpus lacustris litter in a northern prairie wetland. (4/39)

Decaying macrophytes are an important source of carbon and nutrients in fungal and bacterial communities of northern prairie wetlands. Dead macrophytes do not collapse into the water column immediately after death, and decomposition by fungi and bacteria begins while the plants are standing. The seasonal variations in fungal biomass and production on Scirpus lacustris stems, both above and below water, were measured to assess which environmental factors were dominant in affecting these variations in a typical prairie wetland. Fungal biomass and production were measured from early May to November, just prior to freeze-up. Fungal decomposition began and was greatest in the spring despite low water temperatures. The fungal production, as measured by the incorporation of [1-(14)C]acetate into ergosterol, ranged from 1.8 to 376 microg of C g of ash-free dry mass (AFDM)(-1) day(-1), and the biomass, as estimated by using ergosterol, ranged from nondetectable to 5.8 mg of C g of AFDM(-1). There was no significant difference in biomass or production between aerial and submerged portions of Scirpus stems. The water temperature was correlated with fungal production (r = 0.7, P < 0.005) for aerial stem pieces but not for submerged pieces. However, in laboratory experiments water temperature had a measurable effect on both biomass and production in submerged stem pieces. Changes in fungal biomass and productivity on freshly cut green Scirpus stems decaying in the water either exposed to natural solar radiation or protected from UV radiation were monitored over the summer. There was no significant difference in either fungal biomass (P = 0.76) or production (P = 0.96) between the two light treatments. The fungal biomass and rates of production were within the lower range of the values reported elsewhere, probably as a result of the colder climate and perhaps the lower lability of Scirpus stems compared to the labilities of the leaves and different macrophytes examined in other studies performed at lower latitudes.  (+info)

The unusual vascular structure of the corm of Eriophorum vaginatum: implications for efficient retranslocation of nutrients. (5/39)

Eriophorum spp. are abundant perennial graminoids in the Arctic tundra and boreal peatlands. Because ecological studies indicated that some plants are unusually productive on infertile and cold sites, the anatomy of the overwintering corms of Eriophorum vaginatum (L.) and Eriophorum scheuchzeri (Hoppe) were examined to determine their involvement in nutrient uptake and storage. Components of the long-distance transport pathways were identified within the plants by using histochemical techniques and transport of apoplastic and symplastic dyes. E. scheuchzeri produced a rhizome that consisted mainly of storage parenchyma cells within which collateral vascular bundles were centrally located and arranged in a circle. By contrast, E. vaginatum developed a ring of horizontally arranged xylem and phloem, in addition to axial amphivasal vascular bundles leading to the leaves, all of which were bordered by transfer cells. As shown by the transport of fluorescein in the phloem and Safranine O in the xylem, each axial bundle and adventitious root contacted the horizontal ring of vascular tissues so that solutes from one vascular bundle were translocated into the vascular ring and circulated to another vascular bundle and/or to the roots. In addition, special groups of sclereids that functioned in both phloem and xylem transport were found at the base of the leaf traces and within junctions of senescing roots. These sclereids were named 'vascular sclerenchyma' and it was hypothesized that they provide a moving end for the vascular system because the corm dies progressively from the distal end as it grows upward from the apical meristem. It was concluded that this unusual vascular system of E. vaginatum is efficient in recycling nutrients internally, which may account for its competitive advantage in infertile and cold sites.  (+info)

Ozone effects on the ultrastructure of peatland plants: Sphagnum mosses, Vaccinium oxycoccus, Andromeda polifolia and Eriophorum vaginatum. (6/39)

BACKGROUND AND AIMS: Ozone effects on peatland vegetation are poorly understood. Since stress responses are often first visible in cell ultrastructure, electron microscopy was used to assess the sensitivity of common peatland plants to elevated ozone concentrations. METHODS: Three moss species (Sphagnum angustifolium, S. magellanicum and S. papillosum), a graminoid (Eriophorum vaginatum) and two dwarf shrubs (Vaccinium oxycoccus and Andromeda polifolia), all growing within an intact canopy on peat monoliths, were exposed to a concentration of 0, 50, 100 or 150 ppb ozone in two separate growth chamber experiments simulating either summer or autumn conditions in central Finland. After a 4- or 5-week-long exposure, samples were photographed in a transmission electron microscope and analysed quantitatively using image processing software. KEY RESULTS: In the chlorophyllose cells of the Sphagnum moss leaves from the capitulum, ozone exposure led to a decrease in chloroplast area and in granum stack thickness and various changes in plastoglobuli and cell wall thickness, depending on the species and the experiment. In E. vaginatum, ozone exposure significantly reduced chloroplast cross-sectional areas and the amount of starch, whereas there were no clear changes in the plastoglobuli. In the dwarf shrubs, ozone induced thickening of the cell wall and an increase in the size of plastoglobuli under summer conditions. In contrast, under autumn conditions the cell wall thickness remained unchanged but ozone exposure led to a transient increase in the chloroplast and starch areas, and in the number and size of plastoglobuli. CONCLUSIONS: Ozone responses in the Sphagnum mosses were comparable to typical ozone stress symptoms of higher plants, and indicated sensitivity especially in S. angustifolium. The responses in the dwarf shrubs suggest stimulation of photosynthesis by low ozone concentrations and ozone sensitivity only under cool autumn conditions.  (+info)

Floral ontogeny in Scirpus, Eriophorum and Dulichium (Cyperaceae), with special reference to the perianth. (7/39)

BACKGROUND AND AIMS: Based on molecular phylogenetic analysis, it has been suggested recently that the Cyperaceae comprises only two subfamilies: the Mapanioideae and the Cyperoideae. In most flowers of the Cyperoideae, the whorl of inner stamens is reduced, resulting in tetracyclic flowers. In the more primitive (scirpoid) genera within the Cyperoideae, the perianth consists of two polysymmetric whorls, whereas the perianth parts in the more derived genera have been subject to modifications and/or reduction. Comparative studies of the many silky hairs of Eriophorum and of the eight bristles of Dulichium have given rise to much discussion about their homology. METHODS: The spikelet and floral ontogeny in freshly collected inflorescences was investigated using scanning electron microscopy. KEY RESULTS: Complete floral ontogenies are presented for Scirpus sylvaticus L., Eriophorum latifolium Hoppe and Dulichium arundinaceum (L.) Britton, with special reference to the perianth. The results in S. sylvaticus confirm the trimerous monocot-like organization of the flower. It is used as a model for floral development in Cyperoideae. In the early developmental stages, the androecium of E. latifolium is surrounded by a massive perigonial primordium, from which the many hair-like bristles originate. Consequently, the stamens develop among the hair primordia, more or less simultaneously. The hairs are arranged in whorls, which develop centripetally. The development of the perianth in D. arundinaceum starts with the formation of three initial perianth primordia opposite the stamens. Subsequently, two more abaxial bristle primordia, alternating with the stamens, originate simultaneously with the appearance of three adaxial bristle primordia in the zone where an adaxial inner perianth primordium is expected. CONCLUSIONS: The floral development in E. latifolium and D. arundinaceum can be considered as variations upon the scirpoid floral ontogenetic theme.  (+info)

Floral ontogeny in ficinia and isolepis (cyperaceae), with focus on the nature and origin of the gynophore. (8/39)

BACKGROUND AND AIMS: The generic delimitations of Ficinia and Isolepis, sister genera in the Cypereae, are blurred. Typical Ficinia flowers have a lobed gynophore, which envelops the base of the nutlet, whereas in Isolepis the character is considered to be absent. Some former species of Isolepis, lacking the gynophore, were recently included in Ficinia. The floral ontogeny of representative taxa in Ficinia and Isolepis were investigated with the aim of evaluating the origin and nature of the gynophore in the Cypereae. METHODS: The spikelet and floral ontogeny in inflorescences collected in the field was investigated using scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and light microscopy (LM). KEY RESULTS: SEM images of Isolepis setacea and I. antarctica, Ficinia brevifolia, F. minutiflora, F. zeyheri and F. gracilis, and LM sections of F. radiata, show that the gynoecium in Ficinia is elevated above the flower receptacle by the development of a hypogynous stalk. From its apex, a (often three-)lobed cup is formed, which envelopes the basal part of the later nutlet. In developing flowers of I. antarctica, a rudimentary hypogynous stalk appears. In I. setacea, rudiments of a hypogynous stalk can be observed at maturity. In F. radiata and F. zeyheri, intralocular hairs are present in the micropylar zone. At the surface of developing gynoecia in flowers of F. gracilis, star-shaped cuticular structures appear which disappear again at maturity. CONCLUSIONS: The overall floral ontogeny of all species studied occurs following a typical scirpoid pattern, though no perianth primordia are formed. The gynophore in Ficinia originates as a hypogynous stalk, from which the typical gynophore lobes develop. The gynophore is not homologous with the perianth.  (+info)

Cyperaceae: Cyperaceae, sedge family of monocotyledonous flowering plants, a division of the order Poales. The Cyperaceae are grasslike herbaceous plants found especially in wet regions
El holotypo de Carex sagei proviene de Chile central, y su nombre ha sido tratado desde hace tiempo como sinónimo de C. fuscula. Un estudio reciente indicó, sin embargo, que C. sagei is asignable a Carex sección Ceratocystis, mientras que C. fuscula pertenece a la sección Spirostachyae. Se demuestra además que C. sagei es el nombre correcto de plantas actualmente denomindas C. barrosii. Carex sagei crece en Argentina, Chile, e Islas Malvinas (Falkland Islands), donde frecuenta hábitats palustres tales como pantanos, pastizales húmedos y márgenes de lagos, desde casi el nivel del mar hasta los 850 m s.m.. Palabras clave. Carex; Cyperaceae; Ceratocystis; Sudamérica; Taxonomía.. INTRODUCTION. The genus Carex L. (Cyperaceae) is represented in austral South America with about 110 species, most of them growing in the mountains and cooler regions of the continent. The great naturalist Rodulfo A. Philippi (1808-1904), born in Germany and late director of the Chilean Museo Nacional de Historia ...
nomenclatural synonym:Cyperaceae Carex scoparia Schkuhr ex Willd. var. muskingumensis (Schwein.) Tuck. Enum. Meth. Caric. 8. 1843 same citation as:Cyperaceae Carex muskingumensis Schwein. Ann. Lyceum Nat. Hist. New York i. (1824) 66. nomenclatural synonym:Cyperaceae Carex scoparia Schkuhr ex Willd. var. muskingumensis (Schwein.) Tuck. Enum. Meth. Caric. 8. 1843 nomenclatural synonym:Cyperaceae Thysanocarex muskingensis Fedde Justs Bot. Jahresber. 41(2): 12. 1918 nomenclatural synonym:Cyperaceae Thysanocarex muskingensis (Schwein.) Fedde nomenclatural synonym:Cyperaceae Carex arida Schwein. & Torr. Ann. Lyceum Nat. Hist. New York 1: 312. 1825 [1826] Id: 46700-2 Version: 1.3 View Record history. View this record in TCS-RDF format. ...
article{8559943, abstract = {We investigated the monophyly of Costularia (25 species), a genus of tribe Schoeneae (Cyperaceae) that illustrates a remarkable distribution pattern from southeastern Africa, over Madagascar, the Mascarenes and Seychelles, to Malesia and New Caledonia. A further species, Tetraria borneensis, has been suggested to belong to Costularia. Relationships and divergence times were inferred using an existing four marker phylogeny of Cyperaceae tribe Schoeneae expanded with newly generated sequence data mainly for Costularia s.l. species. Phylogenetic reconstruction was executed using Bayesian inference and maximum likelihood approaches. Divergence times were estimated using a relaxed molecular clock model, calibrated with fossil data. Based on our results, Tetraria borneensis is not related to the species of Costularia. Costularia s.l. is composed of four distinct evolutionary lineages. Two lineages, one including the type species, are part of the Oreobolus clade, i.e. a ...
The Cyperaceae are a family of graminoid (grass-like), monocotyledonous flowering plants known as sedges, which superficially resemble the closely related rushes and the more distantly related grasses. The family is large, with some 5,500 known species described in about 90 genera,[2][3] the largest being the true sedges genus Carex[4][5] with over 2,000 species.[6] These species are widely distributed, with the centers of diversity for the group occurring in tropical Asia and tropical South America. While sedges may be found growing in almost all environments, many are associated with wetlands, or with poor soils. Ecological communities dominated by sedges are known as sedgelands. ...
Buy The Genus Carex L. (Cyperaceae) in the Kashmir Himalaya, India (9788121109307): A Taxonomic Appraisal: NHBS - Ehtisham Ul Haq, Ghulam Hassan Dar, BA Wafai, Jacob Koopman, Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh
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.
Unabridged Reference: Ball, P. W. and A.A. Reznicek. 2002. Carex, In: Flora of North America Editorial Comittee, Eds. Flora of North America North of Mexico. Volume 23, Magnoliophyta: Commelinidae (in part): Cyperaceae. Oxford University Press, New York. pp. 254--572; Dean, E., F. Hrusa, G. Leppig, A. Sanders, and B. Ertter. 2008. Catalogue of nonnative vascular plants occuring spontaneously in California beyond those addressed in the Jepson Manual - part II. Madroño 55: 93--112; Goldman, D. 2008. Noteworthy collections, California. Carex longii. Madroño 55: 89--90; Hipp, A. L., A.A. Reznicek, P.E. Rothrock and J.A. Weber. 2006. Phylogeny and classification of Carex section Ovales (Cyperaceae). International Journal of Plant Sciences 167: 1029--1048; Hipp, A. L., P.E. Rothrock, A.A. Reznicek, and P.E. Berry. 2007. Chromosome number changes associated with speciation in sedges: A phylogenetic study in Carex section Ovales (Cyperaceae) using AFLP data. Aliso 23: 193--203; Hipp, A. L., P.E. ...
II. Classification. - Gramineae are sharply defined from all other plants, and there are no genera as to which it is possible to feel a doubt whether they should be referred to it or not. The only family closely allied is Cyperaceae, and the points of difference between the two may be here brought together. The FIG. 1 6.. Fruit ofSporo- bolus, showing the dehiscent pericarp and seed.. best distinctions are found in the position of the embryo in relation to the endosperm - lateral in grasses, basal in Cyperaceae - and in the possession by Gramineae of the 2-nerved palea below each flower. Less absolute characters, but generally trustworthy and more easily observed, are the feathery stigmas, the always distichous arrangement of the glumes, the usual absence of more general bracts in the inflorescence, the split leaf-sheaths, and the hollow, cylindrical, jointed culms - some .or all of which are wanting in all Cyperaceae. The same characters will distinguish grasses from the other glumiferous ...
Ecotypic differentiation in the tussock‐forming sedge Eriophorum vaginatum has led to the development of populations that are locally adapted to climate in Alaskas moist tussock tundra. As a foundation species, E. vaginatum plays a central role in providing topographic and microclimatic variation essential to these ecosystems, but a changing climate could diminish the importance of this species. As Arctic temperatures have increased, there is evidence of adaptational lag in E. vaginatum, as locally adapted ecotypes now exhibit reduced population growth rates. Whether there is a physiological underpinning to adaptational lag is unknown. Accordingly, this possibility was investigated in reciprocal transplant gardens. Tussocks of E. vaginatum from sites separated by ~1° latitude (Coldfoot: 67°15′N, Toolik Lake: 68°37′, Sagwon: 69°25′) were transplanted into the Toolik Lake and Sagwon sites and exposed to either an ambient or an experimental warming treatment. Five tussocks pertreatment ...
Description from Flora of China. Herbs, annual or perennial, rhizomatous to stoloniferous. Culms (stems) simple, often 3-sided. Leaves basal and/or cauline, often 3-ranked, comprising a blade and sheath but sometimes only sheath present; sheath open or closed; ligule often present, sometimes on opposite side to leaf blade; leaf blade usually linear, grasslike, sometimes basally broader and constricted into a pseudopetiole. Involucral bracts 1 to several, leaflike or glumelike. Inflorescences unbranched and spicate or capitate, to branched and anthelate (umbel-like) or paniculate, comprising 1 to many ultimate inflorescence units, these either indeterminate and called spikelets or in a few genera determinate and called pseudospikelets (see explanation below). Spikelets with 1 to many glumes, sometimes reduced to a single flower and aggregated into unisexual spikes; glumes membranous to leathery, spirally arranged or 2-ranked, each subtending a single flower. Pseudospikelets comprising 2-12 ...
Herbs, annual or perennial, cespitose or not, rhizomatous or not, stoloniferous or not. Roots fibrous, principally adventitious. Stems (culms) usually trigonous, occasionally terete, rarely compressed, usually solid, rarely hollow or septate. Leaves basal and/or cauline, alternate, usually 3-ranked, rarely 2-ranked or multi-ranked, bases forming cylindric sheaths enclosing stem, margins usually fused; junction of sheaths and blades often with adaxial flaps of tissue or fringes of hair (ligules); blades frequently absent from some basal leaves, rarely from cauline leaves, when present divergent or ascending, flat, folded, plicate, rolled, or terete, linear, venation parallel. Primary inflorescences (spikelets) a shortened axis; glumaceous bracts (scales) 1-many, spirally arranged, sometimes 2-ranked, usually appressed or ascending; scales usually all fertile, each subtending a single flower, sometimes proximal and/or distal scales empty; lateral spikes often with basal, usually empty, usually ...
nomenclatural synonym:Cyperaceae Carex lanuginosa Michx. Fl. Bor.-Amer. (Michaux) 2: 175. 1803 [19 Mar 1803] duplicate citation of:Cyperaceae Carex lasiocarpa Ehrh. var. lanuginosa Kük. Pflanzenr. (Engler) 4, Fam. 20: 748. 1909 Id: 1004751-2 Version: 1.4 View Record history. View this record in TCS-RDF format. ...
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A sedge is a grass-like plant (graminoid) in the sedge family (Cyperaceae). Most would look down the sedges while walking through the woods or a wetland and just think they are grasses. While they fill much the same ecological role as the true grasses (Poaceae/Gramineae) they are botanically unique.. One thing that most people learn about sedges is the saying sedges have edges This refers to the triangular shaped stems of many of the sedge species. If you roll the base of the majority of the sedge species, particularly the Carex and Cyperus, between your fingers you feel the edges plainly. If you were to cut the stem in cross-section you would notice the triangular shape.. There are many exceptions to the rule. Most importantly there are other plants like Common Bur reed, and Sweet Flag have triangular stems that are not in the sedge family. Then there are those species like softstem bulrush that have perfectly round stems. Beware the sedges have edges saying.. ...
Other articles where Cladium is discussed: Cyperaceae: Evolution and classification: …Rhynchospora and its allies and Cladium and its allies are derived by a reduction in the number of flowers per spikelet and a sterilization of lowermost or uppermost flowers, as well as by the conversion of some bisexual flowers to staminate only; in Rhynchospora, for example, male flowers are above…
C. solandri, a member of the Sedge family (Cyperaceae) is as widespread as the grass family, but are especially common in wet or moist habitats in
Question: What is the impact of the fire cues smoke and ash on seed germination of important functional groups in the heathland system, namely ericads, herbs and graminoids? We predict that if germination from heathland seed banks is in part regulated by fire cues, there should be stronger responses to fire cue treatments in seed bank samples taken from heath that has not been recently burned in comparison with samples taken from newly burned heath, where seed banks have been exposed to the same cues in situ. Location: Lygra, Lindås commune,western Norway. Methods: The efficacy of smoke, charred wood, ash and heat in promoting germination has been documented in a wide range of species and systems, but relatively little work has been done on fire-related cues in northern European heathlands under anthropogenic fire regimes. We studied fire experimentally by testing the effects of aqueous smoke solution, ash and a combination of the two treatments, on the germination of graminoids, herbs and ...
Monocots, or monocotyledons, are a class of the flowering plants, or angiosperms. Monocots are named for and recognized by the single cotyledon , or seed leaf, within the seed. The first green blade emerging from the seed upon germination is the cotyledon, which contains sugars and other nutrients for growth until the leaf is able to photosynthesize. Monocots comprise about 67,000 species, or one-quarter of all flowering plants. They include not only the very large grass family (Poaceae, 9,000 species), but also the orchid family (Orchidaceae, 20,000 species), and the sedge family (Cyperaceae, 5,000 species), as well as palms, lilies, bromeliads (including pineapple), and the Araceae, which includes skunk cabbage and philodendron. The angiosperms have traditionally been divided into monocots and dicots alone, but recent work has shown that while monocots form a natural evolutionary group, dicots do not, and so the angiosperms are now grouped into monocots, eudicots , and basal angiosperms. In ...
7. SCHOENOPLECTUS (Reichenbach) Palla, Verh. K.K. Zool.-Bot. Ges. Wien. 38(Sitzungsber.): 49. 1888. Naked-stemmed bulrushes, scirpes, schoenoplecte [Greek schoinos, a rush, reed, and plectos, plaited, twisted, woven, in reference to the use of culms in making useful objects] S. Galen Smith Scirpus Linnaeus subg. Schoenoplectus Reichenbach, Icon. Fl. Germ. Helv. 8: 40. 1846. Herbs, perennial or annual, cespitose or not, rhizomatous or not. Culms solitary or not, cylindric to strongly trigonous, smooth, glabrous, spongy with internal air cavities. Leaves basal, rarely 1(-2) cauline; sheaths tubular; ligules membranous, glabrous; blades well developed to rudimentary, cross section dorsiventrally flat to C-shaped or laterally compressed, soft, smooth or margins sometimes distally scabrous or spinulose. Inflorescences terminal, capitate to openly paniculate; spikelets 1-100+; involucral bracts 1-5, leaflike, proximal bract erect to spreading. Spikelets terete, 3-25 × 2-5 mm; scales deciduous, 8+, ...
Cyperus scariosus is known as Nagarmotha in India, is a plant of the Cyperaceae family. Cyperus scariosus is a delicate grass, available in different places of Bangladesh and in eastern and southern parts of Indo-Pak subcontinent. It also grows wild in the Madhya Pradesh region of India.
Abstract: Fen on county and private land and managed by The Nature Conservancy. Grand River travels through center of fen (4m wide). Near river area dominated by Cyperaceae, Typha, and Dasiphora fruticosa; shrubs of Rubus and Cornus near woodland upland edges. Owned by Jackson County and private owners.. For more information about the Prairie Fen Research Collaborative, visit https://www.researchgate.net/project/Prairie-Fen-Research-Collaborative ...
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Carex brevicollis (Cyperaceae) is a plant of mesic grasslands in calcareous mountains of southern Europe. It contains two different β-carboline alkaloids, brevicolline and brevicarine, the first of which is thought to produce abortions in mammals. In the rangeland of Aliva, within the Picos de Europa massif in northern Spain, the abundance of Carex brevicollis has been linked with the occurrence o ...
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Gromada okrytonasienne (Magnoliophyta Cronquist), podgromada Magnoliophytina Frohne & U. Jensen ex Reveal, klasa jednoliścienne (Liliopsida Batsch), podklasa komelinowe (Commelinidae Takht.), nadrząd Juncanae Takht., rząd ciborowce (Cyperales Hutch.), rodzina ciborowate (Cyperaceae Juss.), rodzaj turzyca (Carex L.)[4].. ...
ZEPEDA-GOMEZ, Carmen; LOT-HELGUERAS, Antonio; NEMIGA, Xanat Antonio e MADRIGAL-URIBE, Delfino. Floristics and diversity of the Lerma river wetlands in the State of Mexico. Act. Bot. Mex [online]. 2012, n.98, pp.23-43. ISSN 2448-7589.. The Lerma marshes also known as Chignahuapan, Chimaliapan and Chiconahuapan are natural protected areas and bird conservation zones. They are one of the priority hydrological regions, threatened and highly diverse in Mexico. However there is little updated information about their vegetation, even when they are in clear danger of disappear. This study identified the aquatic vascular flora and the changes in plant diversity of the three bodies of water by means of the collection of all species; additionally we applied the line-intercept method in 20 to 40 sites of each water body. We find 97 species of vascular plants included in 39 families and 65 genera. Forty-six percent are strict aquatic, 31% sub-aquatic and 20% tolerant. The families Cyperaceae, Asteraceae, ...
The ASU Herbarium is the largest component of the Angelo State Natural History Collections (ASNHC) and comprises about 80,000 plant specimens that are pressed, dried and mounted on archival paper and filed in metal cabinets. It is the eighth-largest herbarium in Texas and represents the most complete floristic inventory of the Concho Valley of Texas. In addition to this special emphasis, the Herbarium serves as a permanent depository for voucher specimens for floristic surveys of several unique areas in West Texas, including Big Bend National Park, Texas Nature Conservancy Big Brushy Canyon and Texas Nature Conservancy Independence Creek. Specimens resulting from several ecological and systematic studies of rare plants are also housed in our collection. We have significant holdings in the Poaceae and Cyperaceae. Our official abbreviation is SAT. The Herbarium employs undergraduate assistants and welcomes volunteer help. ...
Over 30 000 specimens of the plant families Fabaceae, Geraniaceae, Rosaceae, Aizoaceae, Rutaceae and Cyperaceae, predominantly from the CFR and Succulent Karoo areas. Collections from the Bolus Herbarium (University of Cape Town ...
Arthur O. Chater (BM), The Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, London SW7 5BD, Reino Unido. Contribuciones: Editor General Monocotylondoneae CYPERACEAE ...
Davidse, G., M. Sousa Sánchez & A.O. Chater. 1994. Alismataceae a Cyperaceae. 6: i-xvi, 1-543. In G. Davidse, M. Sousa Sánchez & A.O. Chater (eds.) Fl. Mesoamer.. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México, D. F ...
Samain, M.S. & Goetghebeur, P. (2006). Cyperaceae. In: Akoègninou, A., van der Burg, W.J. & van der Maesen, L.J.G. (eds.) Flore Analytique du Bénin, Backhuys Publishers, Leiden: 82-121 ...
Existing biozonation schemes for the Niger Delta are mainly qualitative with zonal intervals too large to record subtle events. This has made it necessary to look for additional palynological events to enable recognition of shorter, more refined interval zones to improve stratigraphical definition. Hitherto unrecognised occurrence trends of palynomorphs were discovered and used to construct a new zonation scheme that can be applied in the offshore delta area. Late Miocene to Early Pleistocene sediments have been divided into five principal assemblage zones: FF1, Anthoceros abundance zone; FF2, Elaeis guineensis-Echiperiporites icacinoides zone; FF3, Lycopodium-Retibrevitricolporites obodoensis/protrudens zone; FF4, Cyperaceae abundance zone; and FF5, Echitriletes pliocenicus-Podocarpus milanjianus zone. The zones are further subdivided into 16 sub-zones based on quantitative events with some having finer subdivisions into (a) and (b). Examples of the zonations applied to three exploration wells ...
The Atlas of Florida Plants provides a source of 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.
Soil cores of 5cm diameter and 20cm depth were taken at approximately 2 week intervals during the 2001 growing season. Three age classes of Eriophorum vaginatum roots (gray (senesced), brown (suberized) and white (active)) were extracted from the cores. Following extraction, cores were cut into 5 4cm sections and sorted for roots within 1 week of extraction. Prior to processing, cores were refrigerated at ~5(C. Some root samples were unwashed, then dried at 70(C for 48 hours prior to coupled combustion/reduction and gas chromatography analysis (CHN-1000, LECO Corporation). Additional samples were washed, and some unwashed, then analyzed using the soil-corrected method (Hunt et al., 1999). Unwashed roots were presumed to retain nutrient characteristics of the rhizoplane. Soil-corrected washed and unwashed root analysis was presumed to estimate nutrient concentrations specifically in the roots, provided a check upon the potential error associated with different degrees of washing and allow for ...
Growth and allocation of the arctic sedges Eriohorum angustifolium and E. vaginatum: effects of variable soil oxygen and nutrient availability.
Pollard P.C., Flood J.A. and Ashbolt N.J. (1995) The direct measurement of bacterial growth in biofilms of emergent plants (Schoenoplectus) of an artificial wetland. Water Science and Technology, 32 8: 251-256. doi:10.1016/0273-1223(96)00033-9 ...
Research ID: www.researcherid.com/rid/K-6798-2014. 2017. He, H. X. Cheng, X. Li., R. Zhu, F. Hui, W. Wu, T. Zhao, J. Kang, J. Tang, 2017. Aerial photography based estimation of CH4 and N2O emissions from Adélie penguin colonies in Victoria Land, Antarctic, Scientific Reports. In press.. Kroeger, K. D., S. Crooks, S. Moseman-Valtierra, J. Tang, 2017. Avoided methane emission in degraded wetlands offers lowest hanging fruit for Blue Carbon, Scientific Reports, 7:11914, DOI:10.1038/s41598-017-12138-4.. Parker, T., J. Tang, M. Clark, M. Moody, N. Fetcher, Adapted differences in the phenology of the tundra species Eriophorum vaginatum reflect sites of origin when growing in a common garden, Ecology and Evolution, in press.. Carey, J.C., T. Parker, N. Fetcher, J. Tang, Biogenic silica accumulation varies across tussock tundra plant functional type, Functional Ecology. In press.. Wang, F., Y. Ding, E. Sayer, Q. Li, B. Zou, Q. Mo, Y. Li, X. Lu, J. Tang, W. Zhu, Z. Li. Tropical forest restoration: fast ...
The central spikelet of each pseudo-umbellet is nearly sessile, while the remaining spikelets have pedicels that are 1-3 times their length. The spikelets are about 5-9 mm. long and about one-third as wide; they are oblongoid-ellipsoid to oblongoid-lanceoloid in shape. During the blooming period, the spikelets are light greenish brown in appearance, but they later become reddish brown to brown and somewhat bristly in appearance because of the dried-out styles of the florets. Each spikelet consists of a dense head of florets and their outer scales; these scales are arranged together in several overlapping series. Individual scales are about 2 mm. in length, lanceolate to ovate in shape, and hairless; they have broad central veins that are green. Each floret has 3 stamens, a tripartite style, and an ovary. The blooming period occurs during the summer, lasting 1-2 weeks. Cross-pollination of the florets is by wind. Afterwards, the florets are replaced by achenes (one achene per floret). These ...
International Conference on Emerging Technologies in Environmental Science and Engineering October 26-28 2009 Aligarh Muslim University Aligarh India CONCLUSION The distribution of cadmium zinc lead and iron in the roots stems of Scirpus mucronatus and sediment in S1 S2 and S3 in AMD were determined in this study Heavy metals International Conference on Emerging Technologies in Environmental Science and Engineering October 26-28 2009 Aligarh Muslim University Aligarh India CONCLUSION The distribution of cadmium zinc lead and iron in the roots stems of Scirpus mucronatus and sediment in S1 S2 and S3 in AMD were determined in this study Heavy metals Application of the roller-crusher principle to processing corncobsYoerger Roger Raymond Application of the roller-crusher principle to processing corncobs bles listed above- involving the three basic dimensions of basic principle crusher basic principle crusher Gyratory Crushers - SolidsWikiFeb 18 2013 A Gyratory Cone Crusher is one of the main types ...
Division in spring. Very easy, larger divisions can be planted out direct into their permanent positions. We have found it best to pot up the smaller divisions and grow them on in a lightly shaded position in a cold frame, planting them out once they are well established in the summer ...
Carex buekii is a tall sedge, forming large stands in wetlands, particularly in river floodplains across Central Europe and thus on many sites determining the typical appearance of riverine habitats. Our paper aims at increasing the knowledge on ecology of C. buekii and its role in the wetlands. Field data were collected in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, and Italy. Carex buekii usually occurs in nutrient rich habitats, but is also capable of colonising relatively nutrient-poor ones; it grows on both acidic and alkaline soils (pH 3.3-7.4) with diverse concentrations of assimilable elements (Ca, Mg, P, K). One of the most important ecological characteristics of C. buekii is its relationship to the floodplains of watercourses. It seems to be dependent on, or at least very tolerant to regular disturbances by streaming, floods and transport of sediments. Carex buekii usually forms relatively uniform stands of its own association, Caricetum buekii. The species most frequently accompanying C.
SCIRPUS JUNCOIDES Roxb.. Family: Cyperaceae. Synonym: Scirpus erectus Poir. An erect annual weed, 20-70 cm high. Seeds germinate at 13-14 °C but it cannot germinate under dryland conditions. It flowers at 40-50 days after germination and ripens 1 month after flowering. S. juncoides produces seed, 2.0-2.3 mm long, 1.6-1.7 mm wide and 0.8-0.9 mm thick. This weed is very difficult to distinguish from Eleocharis kuroguwai at the vegetative stage. Leaves have very short blades. The stem is flattened at the base, strongly angled at the top. This weed reproduces by seeds. Seeds normally germinate at 25-35 °C with a germination of 10-25%. Seeds readily germinates at 1 cm water depth on 1-1.5 cm soil depth but there is no appreciable germination 3-5 cm soil depth. Seed dormancy is broken by low temperature under moist conditions, it also require light for germination. A common plant in lowland rice in North America, Asia, Southern Africa and some Mediterranean countries.. Stale seedbed is on of the ...
Recently a list of wetland plants in Southern Africa has been completed by Glen (2010), but there is no field guide available for the layman or student on the wetland plants of South Africa. The number of plants associated with wetlands in South Africa is such that all could not be published in one book. This lead to this field guide, that primarily includes obligate wetland plants as outlined in the caption of this book, with special focus on all grass-like plants. The plant families included are all monocotyledons and include the Cyperaceae (sedges), Eriocaulaceae (eriocaulons), Juncaceae (rushes), Poaceae (grasses), Prioniaceae (palmiet), Restionaceae (restios), Typhaceae (bulrushes) and the Xiridaceae (yellow-eyed grasses).South Africa is known to be a water scarce country. This Guide is by no means complete, but is the first in addressing some of the grass-like plants that may be encountered in a wetland. This includes the grasses, reeds, restios, sedges, rushes, bulrushes, eriocaulons and ...
Recovery Strategy for the Horsetail Spike-rush (Eleocharis equisetoides) in Canada. Horsetail spike-rush is an aquatic, perennial plant in the sedge family (Cyperaceae).
63 Edwards, A. L., D. W. Lee, and J. H. Richar ds. 2003. Responses to a fluctuating environment: effects of water depth on growth and bioma ss allocation in Eleocharis cellulosa Torr. (Cyperaceae). Canadian Journal of Bo tany-Revue Canadienne De Botanique 81:964-975. Fonnesbeck, C. J. 2005. Solving dynamic wild life resource optimization problems using reinforcement learning. Natural Resource Modeling 18:1-40. Gleason, P. J., A. D. Cohen, W. G. Smith, H. K. Brooks, P. A. St one, R. L. Goodrick, and W. S. Jr. 1984. The environmental significance of Holocene sediments from the Everglades and saline tidal plain. Pages 297-351 in P. J. Gleason, editor. Enviro nments of South Florida: Present and Past. Miami Geol ogical Society, Miami, FL. Gunderson, L. H. and C. S. Holling. 2002. Panarc hy: understanding transformations in human and natural systems. Panarchy: understanding transformations in human and natural systems.:i-xxiv, 1-507. Gunderson, L. H. and L. Pritchard. 2002. Res ilience and the ...
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Plant profile for native sedge Carex cherokeensis Cherokee Sedge, a workhorse in meadows, natural areas. Likes shade, moist conditions, tolerates average soil.
A very popular Sedge, Carex buchananii (Leatherleaf Sedge) is a tufted perennial grass with an evergreen foliage of narrow, copper-bronze leaves. Erect when young, the grass-like leaves tend gradually to arch over time, curling gracefully towards their tips. The striking color of this New Zealand Sedge makes it an outstanding addition to any sunny gardens.
Carex vulpinoidea, Fox Sedge, is a perennial wetland grass-sedge found in or around water features. Like most sedges, it actively grows during the spring and fall when soil temperatures are cool.
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Peperomia Plants, which belong to the Pepper Family, are semi - succulents with very similar care requirements. The leaves of Peperomia houseplants are thick and plump, smooth and shiny. Their leaves are a deep true green colour. Peperomia houseplants can be used in dish gardens and terrariums and are also ideal for ta
This plant community is somewhat drier than the sedge meadow, and the major difference between them is that while there are often many sedges, the dominant plants are members of the grass family (Poaceae). Like sedge meadows, a major problem for wet meadows are invasive species like reed canarygrass, which may prefer the slightly drier wet meadows. However one of the most common native residents of wet meadows in the Midwest is Canada Bluejoint grass (Calamagrostis canadensis). Some consider the wet meadow to be a disturbed habitat.. Like sedge meadows, wet meadows are under threat from invasive species, especially Reed Canarygrass which has replaced many native plants with its monotypic stands. Fire suppression, and the absence of other conservation practices that control naturally invading shrubs and trees, leads to loss of this. ...
Fingerprint Dive into the research topics of Genetic analysis of salt-marsh sedge Carex scabrifolia Steud. populations using newly developed microsatellite markers. Together they form a unique fingerprint. ...
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This action plan complements the Recovery Strategy for the False Hop Sedge (Carex lupuliformis) in Canada (Environment Canada 2014). The proposed recovery measures seek to implement the broad strategies and approaches to recovery set out in the recovery strategy for populations and suitable habitat in Quebec. A separate action plan will be prepared for populations and suitable habitat in Ontario.
Carex appalachica makes a low-maintenance lawn substitute in dry-average soil and some shade. Appalachian Sedge is native to woodlands. A true clump grower.
The Internet Peperomia Reference. Site for professionals and specialized amateurs interested in the peperomia tropical plant genus.
The true fox sedge bears a very close resemblance to the false fox sedge, and distinguishing the two species can be very difficult. The true fox sedge has more winged stems and short bracts, whereas false fox sedge has fewer winged stems and much longer bracts. It has bright green leaves, a reddish-brown inflorescence and grows up to 100cm tall. ...
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4 close-up macro pictures of a Rhyacophila brunnea (Green Sedge) Caddisfly Larva, collected from unknown in Wisconsin on February 7, 2004.
4 close-up macro pictures of a Molanna (Gray Checkered Sedges) Caddisfly Larva, collected from unknown in Wisconsin on March 1, 2004.
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Abstract. Elevated nitrogen (N) deposition changes the retention, transformation, and fluxes of N in ombrotrophic peatlands. To evaluate such effects we applied a 15N tracer (NH4 15NO3) at a rate of 2.3 g N m−2 yr−1 to mesocosms of five European peatlands with differing long-term N deposition rates for a period of 76 days of dry and 90 days of wet conditions. We determined background N content and moss length growth, and recovered the 15N tracer from the mosses, graminoids, shrubs, the peat, and dissolved N. Background N contents in Sphagnum mosses increased from 5.5 (Degerö Stormyr, deposition , 0.2 g N m−2 yr−1) up to 12.2 mg g−1 (Frölichshaier Sattelmoor, 4.7-6.0 g N m−2 yr−1). In peat from Degerö, nitrate and ammonium concentrations were below 3 mg L−1, whereas up to 30 (nitrate) and 11 mg L−1 (ammonium) was found in peat from Frölichshaier Sattelmoor. Sphagnum mosses (down to 5 cm below surface) generally intercepted large amounts of 15N (0.2-0.35 mg g−1) and ...
To say Friday was a compelling day at The Players Championship is to say that the alligators popping up around the famed No. 17 island green enjoyed the tasty frogs, heat and water. [...] the fun may just be beginning. By the time unknown John Merrick threaded home a 13-foot birdie putt in deepening shadows on the 18th green, knocking 15 players off the cut line, the tournament had seen near-record scoring, Tiger Woods slicing a drive so badly it left spectators ducking and gasping, and an unruly, drunken fan Tasered. When Merricks final putt dropped, 70 players had survived for weekend play, taking aim at a TPC Sawgrass course as accommodating as it has been for more than 15 years. With winds beginning to swirl later in the day, TPC Sawgrass began to show its teeth, hinting the finish may be far tougher than the start. Westwood, with three straight birdies to start his back nine, has a one-shot lead over Italys Francesco Molinari, Heath Slocum and Ryuji Imada.
Photos/images of Plants, genus Carex: Slender Tufted-Sedge - Acute Sedge (Carex acuta), Lesser Pond-Sedge (Carex acutiformis), Fibrous Tussock-Sedge (Carex appropinquata), Water Sedge (Carex aquatilis), etc.
Assessment of emergent vegetation biomass can be time consuming and labor intensive. To establish a less onerous, yet accurate method, for determining emergent plant biomass than by direct measurements we collected vegetation data over a six-year period and modeled biomass using easily obtained variables: culm (stem) diameter, culm height and culm density. From 1998 through 2005, we collected emergent vegetation samples (Schoenoplectus californicus andSchoenoplectus acutus) at a constructed treatment wetland in San Jacinto, California during spring and fall. Various statistical models were run on the data to determine the strongest relationships. We found that the nonlinear relationship: CB=β0DH|span id=MathJax-Span-20...
1. Schoenus mucronatus, Clustered bog-rush, iii. 1, ap.), 1 f., A.-My., S. Europe. 2. Scir pus lacustris, Tall club-rush, iii. 1, (ap.), 6 f., Jl.-Au., Britain. 3. Scirpus trique. ter, Triangular club-rush, iii. 1, ap.), 3 f., Au., Eng. 4. Cyperus vegetus, Smooth marshsedge, iii. 1, (ap.), 18 in., My.-Au., N. Am. 5. Phleum pratense, Timothy grass, with portions of the flower magnified, iii. 2, (ap.), 2 f., J., N. Am. 6. Tricuspis quinque fida, English red-top, iii. 2, (ap.), 2 f., Jn.-J., N. Am. 7. Poa aquatica, Water meadow-grass, iii, 2, ap.), 6 f., Jl., N. Am. and Britain. 8. Agrostis vulgaris, American red-top, with the flower magnified, iii. 2, (ap.), 18 in., Jn., N. Am. 9. Briza me dia, Common quakinggrass, iii. Ž, (ap.), 18 in., Jn., Britain. into a perfect sheath. The plants of this family are of little value as nutriment to man or beast; but they are found in all parts of the world, in marshes, ditches, running streams, in meadows and on heaths, in groves and forests, on ...
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The wound healing effect of vegetal specie Peperomia scutellaefolia R. et P. was evaluated in this research using tensiometric methods and the results were corroborated with histological studies in order to observe and analyze the histological evolution in each case. Batch Balb C 53 albine mice with 25g of average weight were used and treated with Carbopol 940 gels with 5%, 10%, 20% and 30% W/W concentrations of this vegetal extract. The results obtained were compared with two groups: the control group (without treatment) and another group treated with a commercial medicament. A better wound healing effect with Peperomias 5% W/W concentration gel was obtained ...
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The development of the specialized cells that make up the female reproductive unit in flowering plants, the gametophyte, requires the hormone auxin. However, auxins function is unknown, and its movements to and within these cells are unclear. Pagnussat et al. (see the Perspective by Friedman) provide evidence that auxin is synthesized at specific positions within the female gametophyte and exerts a positional effect and that a gradient of auxin controls patterning of these specialized cells.. G. C. Pagnussat, M. Alandete-Saez, J. L. Bowman, V. Sundaresan, Auxin-dependent patterning and gamete specification in the Arabidopsis female gametophyte. Science 324, 1684-1689 (2009). [Abstract] [Full Text]. W. E. Friedman, Auxin at the evo-devo intersection. Science 324, 1652-1653 (2009). [Summary] [Full Text]. ...
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And heres the stump and empty swath of lawn - the only lawn that was left in our entire yard - right after the tree came down. It happened in December, and I immediately started worrying about the Japanese maple and foundation shrubs, which would now receive a lot more sun in summer, although the north-facing house does give them some protection. I also knew that last bit of lawn had to go. Id only kept it because it was chock-full of oak sprouts, which are easier to mow than remove by hand from a planting bed, and I hoped that once we ground out the stump, the sprouts would wither away (sadly that has not been the case).. ...
Mike said Im finding that sedges are getting in the way of flat-out Viola work - Ive never had so many to determine! Dont know why. I do enjoy looking at sedges for determination - Im certainly not moaning at receiving so many specimens and being asked to comment on them, far from it, but, especially when there is the possibility of hybridity, it can be very time-consuming. I do tend to get engrossed, to the detriment of other responsibilities - both botanical and domestic! ...
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1911). "Cyperaceae" . Encyclopædia Britannica. 07 (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press. John Simmons (2008). "Carex". ...
Vignea (Cyperaceae) based on amplified fragment length polymorphism and nrDNA data". Systematic Botany. 37 (4): 913-925. doi: ... Vignea (Cyperaceae) based on non-coding nrDNA sequence data". Systematic Botany. 31 (1): 70-82. doi:10.1600/036364406775971813 ... "Vignea". Cyperaceae. eMonocot. Retrieved December 16, 2014. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link). ... "Phylogeny of the unispicate taxa in Cyperaceae Tribe Cariceae II: the limits of Uncinia". In Robert F. C. Naczi; Bruce A. Ford ...
Cyperaceae. 13: 225-440. In R. McVaugh (ed.) Flora Novo-Galiciana. The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Espejo Serna, A. & ...
... is a sedge of the family Cyperaceae native to southern Africa. The rhizomatous perennial sedge typically grows ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) Karen Wilson (26 April 1994). "New taxa and combinations in the family Cyperaceae in ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) Clarke, C.B. (1898). Thiselton-Dyer, W.T. (ed.). "Cyperaceae". Flora Capensis. 7 (2): ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) "Cyperaceae - Sedge Family". Weed Society of Western Australia. Retrieved 8 October ...
Govaerts, R. & Simpson, D.A. (2007). World Checklist of Cyperaceae. Sedges: 1-765. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic ... Hoenselaar, K., Verdcourt, B. & Beentje, H. (2010). Cyperaceae. Flora of Tropical East Africa: 1-466. Lambdon, P. (2012). ...
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... is a species of flowering plant in the family Cyperaceae that grows in temperate regions of the Southern ... Cyperaceae)". Kew Bulletin. 57 (2): 257-362. doi:10.2307/4111111. JSTOR 4111111. "Isolepis prolifera". New Zealand Plant ...
... is a plant genus in the family Cyperaceae. It is found in sub-Saharan Africa and on the Island of Madagascar. ... Hoenselaar, K., Verdcourt, B. & Beentje, H. (2010). Cyperaceae. Flora of Tropical East Africa: 1-466. Strugnell, A.M. (2006). A ... World Checklist of Cyperaceae. Sedges: 1-765. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. ...
... is a sedge (member of the Cyperaceae family), native to east Asia and Oceania. It is a serious weed ... Cyperaceae)". Lidia. 6: 25. Catindig, JLA; Lubigan, RT; Johnson, D (15 August 2017). "Schoenoplectus juncoides". irri.org. ...
"Macrocephalae Kük". Cyperaceae. eMonocot. Retrieved 1 February 2016. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) v t e. ...
Cook, Christopher D. K. (28 March 1996). "Cyperaceae". Aquatic and Wetland Plants of India: a reference book and identification ...
... is a sedge species in the Cyperaceae. It is native to tropical regions of the Western Hemisphere (from central ... Hoenselaar, K., Verdcourt, B. & Beentje, H. (2010). Cyperaceae. Flora of Tropical East Africa: 1-466. Acevedo-Rodríguez, P. & ...
... is a plant genus in the family Cyperaceae. It includes four distinct lineages: Costularia s.s. (11 subspecies) from ... Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families Govaerts, R. & Simpson, D.A. (2007). World Checklist of Cyperaceae. Sedges: 1- ... Hoenselaar, K., Verdcourt, B. & Beentje, H. (2010). Cyperaceae. Flora of Tropical East Africa: 1-466. Strugnell, A.M. (2006). A ...
Cyperaceae. Flora of North America. eFloras.org. pp. 473, 498, 500, 501. Ilkka Kukkonen; Heikki Toivonen (1988). J. M. Bernard ...
... , commonly known as stiff-leaf sedge or stiff flat-sedge, is a sedge of the family Cyperaceae that is native ... Cyperaceae". Useful Tropical Plants. Retrieved 7 October 2017. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) "Cyperus vaginatus ( ... Cyperaceae) Putta-putta". Seeds of South Australia. Government of South Australia. Retrieved 7 October 2017. CS1 maint: ...
Goetghebeur, P. (1998). "Cyperaceae". In Kubitzki, K.; Huber, H.; Rudall, P.J.; Stevens, P.S.; Stuetzel, T. (eds.). The ... Rhynchospora alba, the white beak-sedge, is a plant in the sedge family, Cyperaceae. It is a tufted herbaceous perennial around ... Bruhl, J.J. (1995). "Sedge genera of the world: relationships and a new classification of the Cyperaceae". Austral. Syst. Bot. ... How the tribe Rhynchosporae was related to other groups within the Cyperaceae was less clear, with Kükenthal suggesting they ...
Cyperaceae). Lidia 6: 25 Schoenoplectiella dissachantha occurrence data from Australasian Virtual Herbarium v t e. ... Schoenoplectiella dissachantha is a sedge (member of the Cyperaceae family), native to all mainland states of Australia (and to ... Blake, S.T. (1946). "A new species of Sciprus (Cyperaceae)". The Victorian Naturalist. 63: 116, & fig. Lye, K.A. (2003), ...
"Cyperaceae". New Zealand Plant Names Database. Landcare Research Allan Herbarium and New Zealand Plant Names Database. ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) Govaerts, R. & Simpson, D.A. (2007). World Checklist of Cyperaceae. Sedges: 1-765. The ...
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Cyperaceae). Kew Bull. 57: 257-362. Ito, Y., Viljoen, J.-A., Tanaka, N., Yano, O., Muasya, A.M. 2016. Phylogeny of Isolepis ( ... Molecular evidence for a natural hybrid between Isolepis crassiuscula and Isolepis lenticularis (Cyperaceae) in New Zealand. ... Cyperaceae) revisited: non-monophyletic nature of I. fluitans sensu lato and resurrection of I. lenticularis. Plant Systematics ...
Govaerts, R. & Simpson, D.A. (2007). World Checklist of Cyperaceae. Sedges: 1-765. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic ... Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families Hoenselaar, K., Verdcourt, B. & Beentje, H. (2010). Cyperaceae. Flora of ...
Cyperaceae. In: Manual de Plantas de Costa Rica, B.E. Hammel, M.H. Grayum, C. Herrera & N. Zamora (eds.). Monographs in ... Reznicek, A. A. & K. Camelbeke (1996). "Carex porrecta (Cyperaceae), a distinctive new species from northern South America and ...
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nov.(Cyperaceae)". Lidia. 6 (1): 25. USDA Plants Profile McKenzie, P.M. & Galen Smith, S. (2007). "Status of Schoenoplectus ... Smith, S.G. (1995). "North American Cyperaceae". Novon. 5 (1): 101. Lye, K.A. (2003). "Schoenoplectiella Lye, gen. ... Hallii (Halls Bulrush) (Cyperaceae) in the United States". Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas. 1 (1): 457-481 ...
1754". In Flora of North America Editorial Committee (ed.). Cyperaceae. Flora of North America North of Mexico. 23. Oxford ... Cyperaceae. Native to North America, North Asia, and Northern Europe, it grows on peat or acidic soils, in open wetland, heath ...
Cyperaceae; C. Sect. Rhomboidales) from Zhejiang, China". Nordic Journal of Botany. 28 (6): 709. doi:10.1111/j.1756-1051.2010. ...
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Cyperaceae, sedge family of monocotyledonous flowering plants, a division of the order Poales. The Cyperaceae are grasslike ... Both the Cyperaceae and the Juncaceae have pollen that is dispersed as tetrads, although in the Cyperaceae three of the four ... Cyperaceae, sedge family of monocotyledonous flowering plants, a division of the order Poales. The Cyperaceae are grasslike ... represent the primitive condition in the Cyperaceae. The apparent flowers of other genera of Cyperaceae are thus also ...
The Cyperaceae are a family of graminoid (grass-like), monocotyledonous flowering plants known as sedges. The family is large, ... Ball, Peter W.; Reznicek, A. A.; Murray, David F. (2002). "Cyperaceae". In Flora of North America Editorial Committee (ed.). ... doi:10.1111/j.1095-8339.2009.00996.x. "Cyperaceae". Plants of the World Online. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Retrieved 24 ... Hipp, Andrew L. (2007). "Nonuniform processes of chromosome evolution in sedges (Carex: Cyperaceae)" (PDF). Evolution. 61 (9): ...
... Name. Synonyms. Carex demareei Palmer. Kobresiaceae. Homonyms. Cyperaceae. Common names. Sauergräser in German. ... Cyperaceae Dataset GBIF Backbone Taxonomy Rank FAMILY Published in Gen. Pl.: 26. 4 Aug http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by- ...
The Cyperaceae are a family of graminoid (grass-like), monocotyledonous flowering plants known as sedges, which superficially ... R. Govaerts; D. A. Simpson; with J. Bruhl; T. Egorova; P. Goetghebeur; K. Wilson (2007). Word Checklist of Cyperaceae: Sedges. ... "Cyperaceae". In Flora of North America Editorial Committee (ed.). Flora of North America North of Mexico (FNA). 23. New York ... "Nonuniform processes of chromosome evolution in sedges (Carex: Cyperaceae)" (PDF). Evolution. 61 (9): 2175-2194. doi:10.1111/j ...
Cyperaceae. Published online. Accessed 16 Sept. 2013.. *Muasya, A.M., Simpson, D.A., Verboom, A.G., Goetghebeur, P., Naczi, R.F ... Familia: Cyperaceae Subfamiliae: Mapanioideae - Cyperoideae. Overview of accepted genera[edit]. Actinoschoenus - Actinoscirpus ... Cyperaceae in The Orders and Families of Monocotyledons. Published on the internet. Accessed: 2013 Sept. 16. ... Cyperaceae . Missouri Botanical Garden. Published on the internet. Accessed: 2013 Sept. 16. ...
Cyperaceae) exhibit remarkable agmatoploid chromosome series between and within species. This chromosomal diversity is due in ... Vignea (Cyperaceae) based on non-coding nrDNA sequence data. Syst. Bot. 31: 70-82.CrossRefGoogle Scholar ... Non-uniform processes of chromosome evolution in sedges (Carex: Cyperaceae). Evolution 61:2175-2194.PubMedCrossRefGoogle ... Chromosome studies in Cyperaceae, IV. Chromosome numbers of Carex species. Cytologia 10: 51-58.Google Scholar ...
Lye, K. A. (2011). The genus Hypolytrum (Cyperaceae) included in Mapania. Lydia 7: 85 - 94.Google Scholar ... Phylogeny of Cyperaceae based on DNA sequence data: current progress and future prospects. Bot. Rev. 75: 52 - 66.Google Scholar ... Phylogeny of Cyperaceae based on DNA sequence data - A new rbcL analysis. Aliso 23: 72 - 83.Google Scholar ...
Ecology, threats and conservation status of Carex buekii (Cyperaceae) in Central Europe. *Helena Więcław. ORCID: orcid.org/0000 ... Więcław, H., Šumberová, K., Bosiacka, B. et al. Ecology, threats and conservation status of Carex buekii (Cyperaceae) in ... Cyperaceae) in the flora of Croatia. Nat. Croat. 8(2), 101-107 (1999). ... Global distribution of Carex buekii (Cyperaceae) reappraised. Phytotaxa 358(2), 139-161 (2018). ...
Familie Cyperaceae: Akselblomstret Star (Carex remota), Alm. x Klit-Star (Carex nigra x trinervis), Almindelig Star (Carex ... Familie Cyperaceae. Akselblomstret Star (Carex remota) Alm. x Klit-Star (Carex nigra x trinervis) Almindelig Star (Carex nigra ...
Cyperaceae A. L. Jussieu 莎草科 Description from Flora of China. Herbs, annual or perennial, rhizomatous to stoloniferous. Culms ( ... In Cyperaceae usually applied to the apex of the glumes.. Stipe - short, narrowed extension to the base of the nutlet.. Stolon ... Cyperaceae (1). In: Tang Tsin & Wang Fa-Tsuan, eds., Fl. Reipubl. Popularis Sin. 11: i-xv, 1-261; Liang Song-yun, Dai Lun-kai, ... Cyperaceae (2). In: Dai Lun-kai & Liang Song-yun, eds., Fl. Reipubl. Popularis Sin. 12: i-xxii, 1-582.. For accurate ...
Because most Cyperaceae cannot be reliably identified when in flower, in this volume fruiting time is given for all species by ... Data from rbcL studies also support the view that Cyperaceae and Poaceae are not closely related (M. R. Duvall et al. 1993b; G ... For a recent, comprehensive review of the economic importance of Cyperaceae, see D. A. Simpson and C. A. Inglis (2001).. ... No consensus exists regarding the number of genera and the overall relationships of genera within Cyperaceae. The most recent ...
Family Cyperaceae: American Fox-Sedge (Carex vulpinoidea), Arctic Cottongrass (Eriophorum scheuchzeri), Beaked Sedge (Carex ... Family Cyperaceae. American Fox-Sedge (Carex vulpinoidea) Arctic Cottongrass (Eriophorum scheuchzeri) Beaked Sedge (Carex ...
Sedges (Cyperaceae) form an important ecological component of many ecosystems around the world. Sword and rapier sedges (genus ... Lepidosperma is unusual in the Cyperaceae with the majority of species occurring in dryland habitats. ... Ecological importance of sedges: a survey of the Australasian Cyperaceae genus Lepidosperma. ... For the first time, a detailed ecological review of a Cyperaceae genus is presented. ...
Cyperaceae were cited by Bussmann and Glenn (2010) in their study on traditional treatments for malaria and fever in Northern ... Cyperaceae. In: Kubitzki, K. (Ed.). The Families and Genera of Vascular Plants. v. IV: Flowering Plants, Monocotyledons. ... In vitro and in vivo antimalarial activity of the volatile oil of Cyperus articulatus (Cyperaceae). Acta Amazonica 49: 334-342. ... In the Amazon region, Cyperus articulatus L. (Cyperaceae), an aromatic plant popularly known as priprioca, stands out among the ...
Monophyly and Phylogeny of Schoenoplectus and Schoenoplectiella (Cyperaceae): Evidence from Chloroplast and Nuclear DNA ... Monophyly and Phylogeny of Schoenoplectus and Schoenoplectiella (Cyperaceae): Evidence from Chloroplast and Nuclear DNA ...
Cyperaceae) in Europe: Accepted Names, Hybrids, Synonyms, Distribution, Chromosome Numbers: NHBS - Jacob Koopman, Backhuys ... Carex Europaea, Volume 1: The Genus Carex L. (Cyperaceae) in Europe is an essential reference and this first volume primarily ... Carex Europaea, Volume 1: The Genus Carex L. (Cyperaceae) in Europe is primarily useful for European users, being scholars, ... Carex Europaea, Volume 1: The Genus Carex L. (Cyperaceae) in Europe Accepted Names, Hybrids, Synonyms, Distribution, Chromosome ...
SEDGES CYPERACEAE, SUPRAGENERIC PHYLOGENY, BIODIVERSITY HOTSPOTS, GENERIC DELIMITATION, TETRARIA CYPERACEAE, CAREX CYPERACEAE, ... SEDGES CYPERACEAE,SUPRAGENERIC PHYLOGENY,BIODIVERSITY HOTSPOTS,GENERIC DELIMITATION,TETRARIA CYPERACEAE,CAREX CYPERACEAE, ... Costularia, Cyperaceae, Lophoschoenus, Madagascar, Molecular phylogeny, Monophyly, New Caledonia, New genus, Schoeneae, NUCLEAR ... I. Larridon et al., "Molecular phylogenetics of the genus Costularia (Schoeneae, Cyperaceae) reveals multiple distinct ...
Tres Nuevas especies Mexicanas de Cyperaceae. Phytologia 57: 381-385. [ Links ] González-Elizondo MS. 2001. Cyperaceae. In: ... Cyperaceae). Lidia. 6: 20-29. [ Links ] Lye KA. 2006. The typification and identity of Cyperus hirtus Thunb. (1803). Taxon 55: ... Preliminary checklists of Cyperaceae for Mexico include those of Espejo-Serna & López-Ferrari (1997), Diego-Pérez & González- ... Cyperaceae. In: Lot A, Medina-Lemos R, Chiang F, eds. Plantas acuáticas mexicanas: una contribución a la Flora de México. ...
... Isabel ... 2011). Affinities in C3 Cyperus lineages (Cyperaceae) revealed using molecular phylogenetic data and carbon isotope analysis. ... "Affinities in C3 Cyperus Lineages (Cyperaceae) Revealed Using Molecular Phylogenetic Data and Carbon Isotope Analysis." ... "Affinities in C3 Cyperus Lineages (Cyperaceae) Revealed Using Molecular Phylogenetic Data and Carbon Isotope Analysis." ...
Cyperaceae) in the Kashmir Himalaya, India (9788121109307): A Taxonomic Appraisal: NHBS - Ehtisham Ul Haq, Ghulam Hassan Dar, ... This book deals with all the species, subspecies and varieties of the genus Carex L. (Cyperaceae) found in the Kashmir Himalaya ... The Genus Carex L. (Cyperaceae) in the Kashmir Himalaya, India: A Taxonomic Appraisal. ... followed by a taxonomic treatment of Cyperaceae, its subfamilies and the genus Carex. Lucid dichotomous keys to determine the ...
in the present study the investigation on phytochemical screening was carried along with GC-MS analysis to identify the phyto-constituents present in extracts of Cyperus dubius, Rottb.
In Cyperoideae, one of the two subfamilies in Cyperaceae, unresolved homology questions about spikelets remained. This was ... In Cyperoideae, one of the two subfamilies in Cyperaceae, unresolved homology questions about spikelets remained. This was ...
Carex L. (Cyperaceae) is a nearly cosmopolitan sedge genus of ca. 2,000 species. Over the past two decades, there have been ... Biogeography and classification of sedges (Carex, Cyperaceae) based on a global phylogeny. ...
Nonuniform processes of chromosome evolution in sedges (carex : Cyperaceae). Ford, K. A.. 2007. Carex (Cyperaceae) - two new ... eMonocot Cyperaceae. an authoritative resource for Cyperaceae data worldwide, integrating global and regional perspectives. ... Limnochloa (Cyperaceae) from Bolivia. Robinson, S., Beaudoin, A. B., Froese, D. G., Doubt, J., Clague J. J.. 2007. Plant ... Bulbostylis medusae (Cyperaceae), a New Species from Venezuela. Phulphong, K., Chantaranothai, P., Simpson D. A.. 2007. A New ...
Carex atrofusca: species [Cyperaceae] (1) Apply Carex atrofusca: species [Cyperaceae] filter *chloroplast DNA (1) Apply ... 25280] Cyperaceae (1) Apply [25280] Cyperaceae filter *[50528] Botany: general and systematic - Floristics and distribution (1) ... eMonocot Cyperaceae. an authoritative resource for Cyperaceae data worldwide, integrating global and regional perspectives. ... Phyllostachys (Cyperaceae) based on allozyme divergence. Friedman, J., Barrett S. C. H.. 2009. The consequences of monoecy and ...
Oda, J, Fuse, S, Yamashita, J & Tamura, MN 2019, phylogeny and taxonomy of carex (Cyperaceae) in Japan I. C. sect. rarae, ... Oda, J., Fuse, S., Yamashita, J., & Tamura, M. N. (2019). phylogeny and taxonomy of carex (Cyperaceae) in Japan I. C. sect. ... Oda, Jiro ; Fuse, Shizuka ; Yamashita, Jun ; Tamura, Minoru N. / phylogeny and taxonomy of carex (Cyperaceae) in Japan I. C. ... phylogeny and taxonomy of carex (Cyperaceae) in Japan I. C. sect. rarae. / Oda, Jiro; Fuse, Shizuka; Yamashita, Jun; Tamura, ...
Cyperaceae (Sedge Family). USDA Symbol: CASP3. Image Information. Photographer: Reveal, James L.. City: Lansing. County: ...
Cyperaceae (Sedge Family). USDA Symbol: CYST. Image Information. Photographer: Romfh, Peggy. City: Brazoria. County: Brazoria. ...
CYPERACEAE SEDGE FAMILY. Raymond Cranfill, except as specified. Annual or perennial herb, often rhizomed, often of wet open ...
  • Nonuniform processes of chromosome evolution in sedges (Carex: Cyperaceae)" (PDF). (wikipedia.org)
  • Yet the other genera of the Cyperaceae and their sister group, the Juncaceae, do not show the degree of chromosomal variation found in Carex, despite the fact that diffuse centromeres are a synapomorphy for the entire clade. (springer.com)
  • In the end, an integration of biosystematic, cytogenetic, and genomic studies across the Cyperaceae will be needed to address the question of what role chromosome evolution plays in species diversification within Carex and the Cyperaceae as a whole. (springer.com)
  • 2000. The cytoskeleton and polarization during pollen development in Carex blanda (Cyperaceae). (springer.com)
  • Chromosome studies on the Carex salina complex (Cyperaceae, section Cryptocarpae ) in northeastern North American. (springer.com)
  • Carex Europaea, Volume 1: The Genus Carex L. ( Cyperaceae ) in Europe is an essential reference and this first volume primarily deals with names, synonymy, hybrid information, and various ranges in Europe, and a huge compendium of references. (nhbs.com)
  • Carex Europaea, Volume 1: The Genus Carex L. ( Cyperaceae ) in Europe is primarily useful for European users, being scholars, specialists, professionals, botanists of every part of the continent, ecologists, naturalists, and all kinds of students of natural history, and public or private organizations involved in environment and plant protection. (nhbs.com)
  • A database of Mexican Cyperaceae was generated with basis in literature review, study of herbarium specimens (11 herbaria in Mexico and the United States) and field work, the last mainly focused on Carex . (scielo.org.mx)
  • Se generó una base de datos de las ciperáceas mexicanas a partir de revisión de literatura, estudio de especímenes en 11 herbarios de México y Estados Unidos y trabajo de campo, este último enfocado principalmente a Carex . (scielo.org.mx)
  • This book deals with all the species, subspecies and varieties of the genus Carex L. (Cyperaceae) found in the Kashmir Himalaya, the northwestern biogeographic zone in India, and an important centre of distribution of Carices in SE Asia. (nhbs.com)
  • followed by a taxonomic treatment of Cyperaceae, its subfamilies and the genus Carex . (nhbs.com)
  • Biogeography and classification of sedges ( Carex , Cyperaceae) based on a global phylogeny. (botanyconference.org)
  • Carex L. (Cyperaceae) is a nearly cosmopolitan sedge genus of ca. 2,000 species. (botanyconference.org)
  • phylogeny and taxonomy of carex (Cyperaceae) in Japan I. C. sect. (elsevier.com)
  • Fingerprint Dive into the research topics of ' phylogeny and taxonomy of carex (Cyperaceae) in Japan I. C. sect. (elsevier.com)
  • Cyperaceae Carex lanuginosa Michx. (ipni.org)
  • Cyperaceae Carex scoparia Schkuhr ex Willd. (ipni.org)
  • Borststarr (Carex microglochin) är en gräslik växt med trådsmala blad. (eol.org)
  • Carex microglochin est une espèce des plantes du genre Carex et de la famille des Cyperaceae . (eol.org)
  • Die Kleine Grannen-Segge (Carex microglochin), auch Kleingrannige Segge genannt, ist eine Pflanzenart aus der Gattung Seggen (Carex) innerhalb der Familie der Sauergrasgewächse (Cyperaceae). (eol.org)
  • Carex microglochin) - многолетнее травянистое растение, вид рода Осока (Carex) семейства Осоковые (Cyperaceae). (eol.org)
  • This entry was posted in Cyperaceae (Sedge family) , Habitat - Eucalypt Forest , Lifeform - Lilies and grass-like plants and tagged Cyperaceae , Cyperus breviculmis . (wordpress.com)
  • My research interest is African Cyperaceae where I am undertaking a research project on species complexes within the genus Cyperus . (kew.org)
  • Die Pflanzengattung Zypergräser ( Cyperus ) gehört zur Familie der Sauergrasgewächse (Cyperaceae). (wikipedia.org)
  • Die Gattung Cyperus gehört zur Tribus Cypereae in der Unterfamilie Cyperoideae innerhalb der Familie Cyperaceae . (wikipedia.org)
  • Cyperus trachysanthos (Pu'uka'a), a member of the sedge family (Cyperaceae), is a perennial grasslike plant with a short rhizome (underground stem). (encyclopedia.com)
  • The Cyperaceae, among the 10 largest families of flowering plants, contain about 5,000 species and, depending on the classification used, between 70 and 115 genera. (britannica.com)
  • Most of the remaining genera of Cyperaceae are quite small, almost all with less than 30 species, and many with only a single species. (britannica.com)
  • Cyperaceae) exhibit remarkable agmatoploid chromosome series between and within species. (springer.com)
  • Some species in some genera of Cyperaceae (particularly Eleocharis) possess chromosomes with localized centromeres (S. S. Bir et al. (swbiodiversity.org)
  • Because most Cyperaceae cannot be reliably identified when in flower, in this volume fruiting time is given for all species by season, sometimes qualified by early, mid, or late, or by months. (swbiodiversity.org)
  • Lepidosperma is unusual in the Cyperaceae with the majority of species occurring in dryland habitats. (ovid.com)
  • We investigated the monophyly of Costularia (25 species), a genus of tribe Schoeneae (Cyperaceae) that illustrates a remarkable distribution pattern from southeastern Africa, over Madagascar, the Mascarenes and Seychelles, to Malesia and New Caledonia. (ugent.be)
  • Relationships and divergence times were inferred using an existing four marker phylogeny of Cyperaceae tribe Schoeneae expanded with newly generated sequence data mainly for Costularia s.l. species. (ugent.be)
  • Cyperaceae, with about 5,500 species and 90 genera worldwide, are the third largest family among Monocots. (scielo.org.mx)
  • How many and which species and genera of Cyperaceae are in Mexico? (scielo.org.mx)
  • One of the larger genera in family Cyperaceae (the 'sedges') is Schoenus with about 120 species. (bluemountainsbotanicgarden.com.au)
  • Reedia spathacea F.Muell is a declared rare, critically endangered species of sedge (Cyperaceae) found in the peat swamps of the Jarrah Forest and Warren Biogeographical Regions (Dept. of Environment, 2016). (edu.au)
  • A floristic inventory of the species of Eleocharis ( Cyperaceae ) from Rio de Janeiro State - Brazil was made. (bvsalud.org)
  • Of the 46 exotics documented, 29 species (~63%) occurred in the same families minus the Cyperaceae, and 10 were from the Poaceae. (thefreelibrary.com)
  • The Cyperaceae are a family of graminoid (grass-like), monocotyledonous flowering plants known as sedges. (wikipedia.org)
  • Word Checklist of Cyperaceae: Sedges. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Cyperaceae are a family of graminoid (grass-like), monocotyledonous flowering plants known as sedges , which superficially resemble the closely related rushes and the more distantly related grasses . (wikipedia.org)
  • Sedges (Cyperaceae) form an important ecological component of many ecosystems around the world. (ovid.com)
  • No consensus exists regarding the number of genera and the overall relationships of genera within Cyperaceae. (swbiodiversity.org)
  • In the genus Bulbostylis as in other genera of Cyperaceae, the exomorphology fruit is one of the more stable characters for infra and intergeneric classification were described comparatively exomorphological characters of the fruit. (unne.edu.ar)
  • Cyperaceae , sedge family of monocotyledonous flowering plants, a division of the order Poales . (britannica.com)
  • Poaceae, which shares some characteristics of Cyperaceae, such as wind pollination and reduced floral structure, has often been placed near to Cyperaceae but is now shown to be more distantly related (H. P. Linder & E. A. Kellogg in P. Rudall et al. (efloras.org)
  • Data from rbcL studies also support the view that Cyperaceae and Poaceae are not closely related (M. R. Duvall et al. (swbiodiversity.org)
  • Taxonomy of Cyperaceae & Poaceae. (kew.org)
  • I also identify specimens collected on expeditions to Africa, particularly Cyperaceae and Poaceae. (kew.org)
  • Molecular phylogenetics of the genus Costularia (Schoeneae, Cyperaceae) reveals multiple distinct evolutionary lineages," MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS AND EVOLUTION , vol. 126, pp. 196-209, 2018. (ugent.be)
  • It is in the family Cyperaceae. (fed.us)
  • The closest relatives to Cyperaceae are Juncaceae and Thurniaceae (D. A. Simpson in P. Rudall, P. J. Cribb, D. F. Cutler & C. J. Humphries, eds. (efloras.org)
  • they do support the concept of close relationship between Cyperaceae and Juncaceae. (swbiodiversity.org)
  • In Cyperoideae, one of the two subfamilies in Cyperaceae, unresolved homology questions about spikelets remained. (oup.com)
  • The basic unit of the inflorescence in most Cyperaceae is the spikelet. (efloras.org)
  • The authors thank the organizers of the Cyperaceae: Cariceae symposium at the XVII International Botanical Congress (2005)-Bruce Ford, Matthias Hendrichs, and Julian Starr-for inviting us to participate, and Wayt Thomas, Julian Starr, and Tony Reznicek for handling the manuscripts for the proceedings. (springer.com)
  • My main research interests are in the biology, ecology and systematics of Cyperaceae. (edu.au)
  • Cyperaceae) no Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brasil / Eleocharis R. Br. (bvsalud.org)
  • The genus Hypolytrum (Cyperaceae) included in Mapania . (springer.com)
  • Hypolytrum pahiense , a new name for the illegitimate Hypolytrum costatum (Cyperaceae) from Liberia. (kew.org)
  • Cyperaceae in The Orders and Families of Monocotyledons. (wikimedia.org)
  • The Cyperaceae are grasslike herbaceous plants found especially in wet regions throughout the world. (britannica.com)
  • Premise of the study: Microsatellite markers were developed for the rare sedge Lepidosperma bungalbin (Cyperaceae) to assess genetic variation and its spatial structuring. (edu.au)
  • La familia Cyperaceae es la tercera más grande entre las Monocotiledóneas, con unas 5,500 especies y 90 géneros. (scielo.org.mx)
  • cuáles son las principales deficiencias en el conocimiento taxonómico de la familia? (scielo.org.mx)
  • Diez de las 17 tribus de la familia se encuentran representadas en México. (scielo.org.mx)
  • Cuántas y cuáles especies y géneros de Cyperaceae hay en México? (scielo.org.mx)
  • El género Bulbostylis Kunth incluye aproximadamente 150 especies que habitan zonas tropicales y subtropicales en todo el mundo. (unne.edu.ar)
  • Algunas especies llegan a zonas templadas, siendo el límite sur de distribución en América los 42º S. El género tiene dos importantes centros de diversidad: África y América del Sur (Especialmente el Centro de Brasil). (unne.edu.ar)
  • La mayoría de las especies se encuentran en hábitats abiertos, tales como las sabanas, suelos arenosos y en algunos casos húmedos en parte del año. (unne.edu.ar)
  • To advance in the inventory and better understanding of the diversity of Mexican Cyperaceae, we propose some research topics to be addressed in the short term. (scielo.org.mx)
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