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*  Mitrophyllum
This fused corpuscle dries out in the plant's dormancy period, eventually becoming a papery sheath in which the new (separate) ... In cultivation, the plants are not difficult to grow. However they require deep well-drained sandy soil and sufficient sun ... When fused together into a cone-shaped corpuscle, this leaf pair is referred to as the plant's "mitre", and this is the origin ... Mitrophyllum is a genus of succulent plants of the family Aizoaceae, indigenous to the arid region around the Richtersveld, on ...
*  Snow
Among the adaptive mechanisms for plants are dormancy, seasonal dieback, survival of seeds; and for animals are hibernation, ... Trees and other plants can also promote snow retention on the ground, which would otherwise be blown elsewhere or melted by the ... Snow affects ecosystems, as well, by providing an insulating layer during winter under which plants and animals are able to ... Both plant and animal life endemic to snow-bound areas develop ways to adapt. ...
*  Pinguicula ramosa
During winter dormancy the plant forms a small hybernaculum, from which it re-emerges in April. The 15-90 mm long flower stalks ... Pinguicula ramosa is a species of butterwort, a carnivorous plant, endemic to the mountains of Nikkō National Park in Japan. It ...
*  Horseradish
... not as successfully as in zones with both a long growing season and winter temperatures cold enough to ensure plant dormancy. ... and a mural in Pompeii shows the plant. Horseradish is probably the plant mentioned by Pliny the Elder in his Natural History ... although older plants can be dug and re-divided to start new plants. The early season leaves can be distinctively different, ... The plant is probably native to southeastern Europe and western Asia. It is popular worldwide. It grows up to 1.5 meters (4.9 ...
*  Sansevieria pinguicula
... and the plant will enter dormancy. However, the thick succulent roots survive and the plant will resume growth once the wet ... In higher latitudes, many botanical gardens with specimen plants induce dormancy by stopping watering during the winter, when ... The plant grows best in warm daytime temperatures from 25-35°C with cooler night temperatures from 10-20°C. Most Sansevieria, ... Over time, the leaf will produce roots and a stolon from the cut which will bear a new plant at its tip. Since variegation is ...
*  Gutierrezia sarothrae
The stems die back during dormancy, giving the plant its broom-like appearance. They range from smooth to having some short ... A single plant is capable of producing over 9000 seeds annually, although most ripe seeds fall beneath the parent plant. Seeds ... "Gutierrezia sarothrae (Pursh) Britton & Rusby". The Plant List. Retrieved October 19, 2013. "Broom Snakeweed". Range Plants of ... ISBN 0-8133-8395-1. "Gutierrezia microcephala". Database of Toxic Plants in the United States. Equines & Toxic Plants. ...
*  Seed
... dormancy is not the same as seed persistence in the soil or on the plant, though even in scientific publications dormancy ... Dormancy' is covered above; many plants produce seeds with varying degrees of dormancy, and different seeds from the same fruit ... Some plants with morphophysiological dormancy, such as Asarum or Trillium species, have multiple types of dormancy, one affects ... Thus dormancy is a state of the seed, not of the environment. Induced dormancy, enforced dormancy or seed quiescence occurs ...
*  Dioscorea elephantipes
This is when the plant goes into its summer dormancy. Then watering should become more rare - until the next new growth appears ... This plant grows naturally in brush on rocky slopes, so it requires extremely well-drained soil, with a large (at least 50%) ... At this time it goes through a dry dormancy period. This species indicates when it is requiring water, by the presence of green ... Testudinaria elephantipes), is a species of flowering plant in the genus Dioscorea of the family Dioscoreaceae, native to the ...
*  Dormancy
In plant physiology, dormancy is a period of arrested plant growth. It is a survival strategy exhibited by many plant species, ... Chemical treatment on dormant plants has been proven to be an effective method to break dormancy, particularly in woody plants ... Seed dormancy is referred to as embryo dormancy or internal dormancy and is caused by endogenous characteristics of the embryo ... if the plant does not receive the necessary period of cold temperatures required to break the dormancy. Most plants require a ...
*  Plant physiology
Other compounds defend plants against disease, permit survival during drought, and prepare plants for dormancy, while other ... Broadly speaking, flowering plants can be classified as long day plants, short day plants, or day neutral plants, depending on ... of plants. Closely related fields include plant morphology (structure of plants), plant ecology (interactions with the ... Hormones are vital to plant growth; affecting processes in plants from flowering to seed development, dormancy, and germination ...
*  Amitostigma
The plants then starts its summer dormancy for several months. This cycle is well adapted to a climate which is hot and dry in ... The globose or ovoid tubers (1 to 1.5 centimetres) of these autotrophic plants are fleshy and not lobed, with several slender ... Repertorium Specierum Novarum Regni Vegetabilis, Beihefte 4: 91-92 Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families Flora of ...
*  Vitex rotundifolia
Dormancy mechanisms also allow the plant to undergo long-distance dispersal. There is substantial supportive evidence of a ... This dormancy mechanism is made up of a physical dormancy component and a physiological dormancy component. The physical ... This plant's natural range includes much of the Pacific Rim and many of the Pacific islands. The plant was observed by Munir ... As the plant matures, it begins to flower. After maturation, the plant produces large numbers of fruits (up to 5581 fruits per ...
*  Sun scald
Once active, the cells on the southwest side of the plant are unable to return to dormancy by nightfall, at which time the ... CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) ( Dormancy In Plants: A Process For Survival) Video footage and commentary on ... The plant will create walls around the affected area, but sometimes it is not enough to block the infections. The leaves of the ... The reason the sun can cause so much damage to trees is because of dormancy. When a tree is dormant in the winter it can be ...
*  Lachenalia
Most of these plants have a dormancy period, and the new roots of these plants will always grow every year. Lachenalia is named ... As of December 2012[update], the World Checklist of Selected Plant Families accepted 115 species: In addition, Lachenalia ... doi:10.11646/phytotaxa.186.5.8. Dressler, S.; Schmidt, M. & Zizka, G. (2014). "Lachenalia". African plants - a Photo Guide. ... Search for "Lachenalia", World Checklist of Selected Plant Families, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, retrieved 2012-12-21 Stevens, ...
*  Pinguicula elizabethiae
This protective winter rosette allows the plant to undergo winter dormancy until the first rains begin in spring. Flowers born ... taxonomic and horticultural information Carnivorous Plant Photo Finder: Pinguicula International Carnivorous Plant Society ... Nutrients derived from the prey are used to supplement the nutrient-poor substrate that the plant grows in. In the winter the ... During the summer when rain and insect prey are most plentiful, the plant forms a ground hugging rosette up to 12 centimeters ( ...
*  Pinguicula orchidioides
This protective winter rosette allows the plant to undergo winter dormancy until the first rains begin in May. Flowers born ... taxonomic and horticultural information Carnivorous Plant Photo Finder: Pinguicula International Carnivorous Plant Society ... This trait allows the species to form clumps of plants, many of which are genetically identical. As is typical in the genus, ... Two years later, Hooker described a plant he saw growing at Kew Botanical Gardens and, thinking it to be similar to Candolle's ...
*  Pinguicula moranensis
This protective winter rosette allows the plant to undergo winter dormancy until the first rains begin in May. Flowers born ... Common companion plants include mosses, Selaginella, ferns and other herbaceous plants, as well as canopy trees such as pines ... Hooker described a plant he saw growing at Kew Botanical Gardens and, thinking it to be similar to Candolle's P. orchidioides, ... taxonomic and horticultural information Carnivorous Plant Photo Finder: Pinguicula International Carnivorous Plant Society ...
*  Sarracenia
... and cultivators divide and separate the rhizomes during the plant's winter dormancy or early in the growing season. This ... White pitcher plant Sarracenia minor Walt. : Hooded pitcher plant Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry : Green pitcher plant ... The plants prefer strong, direct sunlight with no shade. In several cases, carnivorous plant enthusiasts have introduced S. ... Parrot pitcher plant Sarracenia purpurea L. : Purple pitcher plant Sarracenia rosea Naczi, Case & R.B.Case Sarracenia rubra ...
*  Winter rest
Growing season Cereal germ - the part of the cereal seed that grows into a plant Seed dormancy Stratification - the simulation ... Herbaceous plants that are annual, producing seeds before the winter, can also be considered to have winter rest in some form, ... Annual plants which have seeds that germinate before winter also have winter rest. Winter cereals, for example, which are sown ... Winter rest (from the German term Winterruhe) is a state of reduced activity of plants and warm-blooded animals living in ...
*  Glossary of plant morphology
Evergreen - remaining green in the winter or during the normal dormancy period for other plants. Eupotamous - living in rivers ... Each plant commences its growth as a herbaceous plant, while woody plants (such as trees, shrubs and woody vines (lianas) will ... Some types of plant habit include: Herbaceous plants (also called Herbs): A plant in which all structures above the surface of ... Ectogenesis - variation in plants due to conditions outside of the plants. Ectoparasite - a parasitic plant that has most of ...
*  Gac
Germination by seed can be difficult due to many environmental factors such as dormancy, climate, or plant age. A successful ... One plant can produce 30 to 60 fruits in one season although environmental factors can affect that. Historically, gac has been ... The vine is usually collected from fence climbers or from wild plants, and can be commonly seen growing on lattices at the ... About two to three months after planting a gac vine, flowering typically occurs, with pollination carried out by insects or ...
*  Ficaria verna
By the end of May, foliage has died back and plants enter a six month dormancy phase. If disturbed, separation of the plant's ... Cooking of the plants also eliminates the toxicity of the plants and the plant has been incorporated in diets or herbal ... during the plant's six-month dormancy phase. In the United States, where lesser celandine is considered a plant pest to gardens ... National Park Service's Plant Conservation Alliance recommends avoiding planting lesser celandine, and instead planting native ...
*  Wyeomyia smithii
"Evolution of dormancy and its photoperiodic control in pitcher-plant mosquitoes". Evolution. 31 (3): 546-567. doi:10.2307/ ... CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) W.E. Bradshaw, Blood-feeding and Capacity for Increase in the Pitcher-plant ... Wyeomyia smithii, the pitcher plant mosquito, is an inquiline mosquito that completes its pre-adult life cycle in the ... "A keystone predator controls bacterial diversity in the pitcher-plant (Sarracenia purpurea) microecosystem" (PDF). ...
*  River cooter
... s prefer to be well hidden under aquatic plants during the winter dormancy period or while sleeping each night. ... Their primary diet would include a wide variety of aquatic plants, and some terrestrial plants that grow near the water's edge ... In captivity, any kind of plant will be eaten, and some "meats", too. Turtles will also take calcium in a separate form, such ... In the wild they feed on aquatic plants, grasses, and algae. Younger ones tend to seek a more protein enriched diet such as ...
*  Drosera intermedia
Plants in temperate regions undergo dormancy during which they form a winter resting bud called a hibernaculum. As is typical ... The plant then secretes digestive enzymes from sessile glands and later absorbs the resulting nutrient solution to supplement ... Linking landscape properties to local hydrogeologic gradients and plant species occurrence in New York fens: a hydrogeologic ... "Drosera intermedia". Natural Resources Conservation Service PLANTS Database. USDA. Retrieved 18 January 2016. Godwin, K. S., ...
*  Ian A. Graham
From 1990 to 1993 he was a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Plant Sciences at the University of Oxford. He was ... "Regulation of Arabidopsis thaliana seed dormancy and germination by 12-oxo-phytodienoic acid". Journal of Experimental Botany. ... This has led to new understanding of how genome rearrangement has shaped the evolution of plant metabolism. The discovery of a ... During 1994, he was a SERC/NATO funded research scientist in Department of Plant Biology at Stanford University. He has been ...