• The biological material used comprises seeds of uncultivated Phoenix individuals from isolated Oman populations, cultivated date palm varieties, and other related Phoenix species. (openedition.org)
  • Ant-seed interactions:combined effects of ant and plant species on seed removal patterns. (ac.be)
  • Elles sont destinées à Solocal et ses sous-traitants et peuvent être transmises à nos prestataires Acacia Longifolia is another of several acacia seed species we offer along with acacia maidenii, acacia simplicifolia and acaica confusa. (resellernews.pl)
  • To do so, we propose (establishing a new collaboration only possible through the QSBC Seed Grant support - 5000 $, 58% total project cost) to obtain the entire mitochondrial genomes from several species. (qcbs.ca)
  • 2002. The potential role of ducks in wetland seed dispersal, Wetlands 22:170-178. (gc.ca)
  • 1982. The role of seed banks in the persistence of Ontario's coastal plain flora, American Journal of Botany 69(1):13-22. (gc.ca)
  • The soil seed bank of the African moist forest has been very little studied in spite of the important role that it could play in natural sylvigenetic cycles. (ac.be)
  • The main aim of this work is to understand the origin, history, historical biogeography, and mechanisms of date palm domestication ( Phoenix dactylifera L.). For that purpose, the morphological diversity of the date palm was studied through seed shape analysis, using the Elliptic Fourier Transforms (EFT) method. (openedition.org)
  • In flowering plants, which exhibit a spectacular diversity of reproductive strategies, gene dispersal generally occurs through two distinct pathways: pollen for the male function, and seed for the female function. (theses.fr)
  • II- Diversity of reproductive structures in Gymnosperms and Angiosperms (floral analysis) and the diversity of seeds and fruits among seed plants (4 practical classes). (univ-rennes1.fr)
  • Achieve histological preparations (thin cross-sections of specific organs and colorings), and recognize the diversity of morphological and anatomical structures (organs, tissues, cells) and use these characters to distinguish the main lineages of seed plants. (univ-rennes1.fr)
  • Generally, they allow seeds to deal with variability in environmental conditions in time or space. (theses.fr)
  • For this purpose we studied dormancy and dispersal in space, their variability and the environmental factors that could be associated with their selection in natural populations. (theses.fr)
  • Using regeneration plots, installed on Mont Ventoux north face, silver fir dispersal and seedling recruitment have been studied, including seed sources and main environmental characteristics. (theses.fr)
  • Abscisic acid (ABA) is a key element in seed development and germination as well as adaptive responses to environmental stresses. (inrae.fr)
  • Rates of seedlings mechanically damaged, possibly caused by reindeer trampling in winter, indicates that planting on densely grazed areas should be avoided to minimize sources of conflict and to prefer either direct seeding or natural regeneration instead. (archives-ouvertes.fr)
  • It reveals that a better characterization of the soil seed bank of different forest communities could constitute a significant contribution to the sustainable management of African tropical forests. (ac.be)
  • Soil seed bank characteristics in two central African forest types and implications for forest restoration. (cirad.fr)
  • Understand the organization and implementation of reproductive structures of seed plants (Gymnosperms, Angiosperms: flowers, fruits, seeds). (univ-rennes1.fr)
  • We could also characterize ancestral seed shape features present in uncultivated populations. (openedition.org)
  • How ant behaviour shape plant seed dispersal? (ac.be)
  • We showed a strong adaptive potential in sea beet (1) by the capacity to follow climate zones through its high dispersal abilities, and (2) through adaptation to new local conditions thanks to dormancy and life history evolution, facilitated by the gene flow linked with dispersaI. (theses.fr)
  • Our current research aims at the identification of new components of the ABA signalling networks promoting seed dormancy and regulatory factors controlling ABA biosynthesis. (inrae.fr)
  • Arc E, Sechet J, Corbineau F, Rajjou L, Marion-Poll A (2013) ABA crosstalk with ethylene and nitric oxide in seed dormancy and germination. (inrae.fr)
  • Rapid evolution of seed dispersal in an urban environment in the weed Crepis sancta. (tela-botanica.org)
  • 2007 Pollen, hidden sexuality of flowers and Seeds, time capsules of life both awarded a gold medal for the most original concept by the Independent Publishers Association. (futura-sciences.com)
  • Seed and pollen dispersal patterns. (ac.be)
  • Since females reproduce only through seeds, they apparently transmit their genes only half as frequently as hermaphrodites, which gain fitness through both seed and pollen production. (theses.fr)
  • Its dispersal outside its area of origin was early, as the plant is recorded west of the Rhine between 5300 and 5200 BC. (fondationfyssen.fr)
  • Exploring the soil seed bank in order to gain a better understanding of the regeneration dynamic of African tropical forests. (ac.be)
  • This review provides an update on the current knowledge regarding the soil seed bank, focusing, in particular, on the African continent. (ac.be)
  • Seed drops and caches by the harvester ant Messor barbarus:do they contribute to seed dispersal in Mediterranean grasslands? (ac.be)
  • Acacia longifolia seeds highly resemble those of maidenii, The seeds, along with the flowers and pods, are edible. (resellernews.pl)
  • understanding the morphology and the architecture of seed plants: the anatomy and the histology of plant organs (stems, leaves, buds, roots, flowers and fruits) and the process of their morphogenesis (from the seed to the plant). (univ-rennes1.fr)
  • its seeds are probably dispersed mostly during the transport of material (soil, gravel, compost…), irrigation and especially via harvest combines. (medecinesciences.org)
  • Possibilities for artificial dispersal of reindeer lichen, e.g. in areas disturbed by conventional soil preparation, were also studied. (archives-ouvertes.fr)
  • For both cases, dispersal distances are of the order of decameters. (theses.fr)
  • In order to establish a first chrono-cultural framework of its origin and its early diffusion, the possibility of radiocarbon dating by AMS (ECHOMicadas) of minute archaeological plant samples, such as the seeds of the opium poppy, has been tested. (fondationfyssen.fr)
  • ABSTRACT : Fruit ripening is a complex process, mainly regulated by the fruit hormone ethylene, resulting in significant metabolic and physiological changes, having as outcome seed dispersal. (inp-toulouse.fr)
  • Allocation of archaeological seeds to different modern Phoenix forms and date palm morphotypes reveals ancient forms consumed and/or exploited in Egypt, and finally evidence spatialized developments of the agrobiodiversity. (openedition.org)
  • Seed dispersal can occur over very long distances by sea currents. (theses.fr)
  • Used for its oil, its seeds or the psychotropic properties contained in the latex exuded from its capsule, the early history of the plant is little known. (fondationfyssen.fr)
  • In addition, this work provides a powerful tool to identify ancient forms as demonstrated by the analysis of well-preserved desiccated seeds from Egyptian archaeological sites (14 th c. (openedition.org)
  • Among other things, future research should be able to specifically contribute to the analysis of ecological and geographical distribution, the identification of suitable and common habitats, the assessment of similarities in diet, the estimation of parasite prevalence and the dispersal seeds effect. (linneenne-lyon.org)
  • Each new plant generation starts with seeds: where and when will they germinate? (theses.fr)
  • A fruit is defined as the developed ovary of a seed plant with its contents and accessory parts, as the pea pod, nut, tomato, or pineapple. (globalresearchandadvocacygroup.org)
  • The term, "one fruit serving" is about 250 g of cleaned, "edible-portion" of the fruit, excluding discards like the peel, seeds, etc. (globalresearchandadvocacygroup.org)
  • Common ragweed was cultivated in botanical gardens during the XVIII th century but seems to have arrived in France in seed lots during the XIX th century. (medecinesciences.org)
  • Image: Graines de pavot provenant du site néolithique de Buchères (France, INRAP)/Poppy seeds from Buchères (France). (fondationfyssen.fr)
  • Image reproduite avec la permission d'Anne Beauvais (Aspergillus Unit, http://www.pasteur.fr/recherche/unites/aspergillus/ ) et Stéphanie Guadagnini ( Electron microscopy platform , Institut Pasteur, Paris, France). (inserm.fr)
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