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*  Cremnosedum - Wikipedia
Little Gem' is a hybrid of Cremnophila nutans and Sedum humifusum, though the taxonomy of Cremnophila has been questioned and ... Sedum: Cultivated Stonecrop. Timber Press: Portland, Oregon. Eggli, U. 2003. Illustrated Handbook of Succulent Plants: ... Cremnosedum is a hybrid genus produced from crosses involving the genera Cremnophila and Sedum. This bigeneric name was first ... it is sometimes placed within the genus Sedum, thus rendering the intergeneric hybrid name unnecessary. Other cultivars have ...
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*  Rhodiola - Wikipedia
Like sedums, Rhodiola species are often called stonecrops. Some authors merge Rhodiola into Sedum. Rhodiola species grow in ... Rhodiola is a genus of perennial plants in the family Crassulaceae that resemble Sedum and other members of the family. ... Sedum: Cultivated Stonecrops, Timber Press, pp. 289-290, ISBN 0-88192-238-2, retrieved 2009-07-26 Eggli, Url; Newton, Leonard E ... "Sedum integrifolium ssp. leedyi", National Collection of Imperiled Plants, Center for Plant Conservation, 2008-01-29, retrieved ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhodiola
*  Sedum sexangulare - Wikipedia
Sedum. Timber Press. p. 101. ISBN 0-88192-238-2. Media related to Sedum sexangulare at Wikimedia Commons Sedum sexangulare at ... is a species of succulent perennial and evergreen plant of the genus Sedum. It is similar to Sedum acre, but has shorter and ... "Sedum sexangulare". Natural Resources Conservation Service PLANTS Database. USDA. Retrieved 9 November 2015. "BSBI List 2007". ... Sedum sexangulare, also known as tasteless stonecrop, ...
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*  Lenophyllum - Wikipedia
Some authorities place it in the genus Sedum. Plants in this genus are distinguished from Sedum species by the presence of ... Sedum: Cultivated Stonecrops. Timber Press. pp. 71-73. ISBN 978-0-88192-238-7. Villarreal Quintanilla, José Ángel (2001). Flora ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lenophyllum
*  Sedum reflexum - Wikipedia
Like most other Sedum species, it has a prostrate, spreading habit. Sedum reflexum is a popular ornamental plant, grown in ... Sedum reflexum or Sedum rupestre, also known as reflexed stonecrop, Jenny's stonecrop, blue stonecrop, stone orpine and prick- ... ISBN 0-88192-238-2. "Sedum rupestre - L. Crooked Yellow Stonecrop". Plants for a Future. Retrieved 2010-04-28. Sedum rupestre ' ... The Sedum reflexum plants are typically up to 10 cm high, with sprawling stems and stiff foliage resembling spruce branches, ...
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*  Buy Aversion And Erasure: The Fate Of The Victim After The Holocaust 2010
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*  Crassulacean Acid Metabolism: Current Status and Perspectives | Springer for Research & Development
Arron GP, Spalding MH, Edwards GE (1979) Isolation and oxidative properties of intact mitochondria from the leaves of Sedum ... and the rapid induction of CAM in Sedum telephium L. Plant Cell Environ 13: 437-446CrossRefGoogle Scholar ... Rapid triggering of malate accumulation in the C3/CAM intermediate plant Sedum telephium: relationship with water status and ... Ihlenfeldt HD (1994) Diversification in an arid world: the Mesembryanthemaceae. Annu Rev Ecol Syst 25: 521-546CrossRefGoogle ...
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*  Sedum lampusae - Wikipedia
Sedum lampusae Is an erect herb to 50 cm, dying after one flowering. Basal leaves flat, glaucous, fleshy, spoon-shaped, 4-10 cm ... cact/pictures/the-endemic-succule/sedum-lampusae.html https://www.flickr.com/photos/21657471@N04/5532131871/. ... 1994, ISBN 3-87429-364-5 http://www.theplantlist.org/tpl/record/kew-2483775 http://www.treknature.com/gallery/Middle_East/ ...
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*  Monuments to Eisenhower and other presidents - GreenwichTime
Clover, and later, sedum were planted in the crevices to give the appearance of stones lying naturally in a Massachusetts field ... Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis was buried next to President Kennedy On May 23, 1994. less ...
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*  Dudleya in Flora of North America @ efloras.org
Sedum in part, and Villadia, and with Sedum acre, and allies, in the Old World. My descriptions are based largely on live ... The first-named species of Dudleya were placed in Cotyledon, Echeveria, or Sedum; A. Berger (1930), P. A. Munz (1935), and W. L ... Stylophyllum with broad, flat leaves, much-branched cymes, and open Sedum-like flowers, such as Dudleya virens subsp. insularis ... with such genera as Pistorinia and Rosularia and with Sedum album, and allies; and Echeveria from his paraphyletic Acre-clade, ...
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*  SEINet - Arizona Chapter - Crassulaceae
t Hart found the very large, long-recognized genus Sedum to be paraphyletic but, in a compromise to avoid nomenclatural chaos, ... he kept Sedum mostly intact while still recognizing as genera several of the smaller, more distinct, related groups that seemed ... U. Knapp´s (1994) seed studies also are helpful. A. Berger´s (1930) division of the family into six subfamilies has been useful ... Also, U. Knapp (1994) found the Crassuloideae unique in the jigsaw-puzzle testa of their seeds. ´ ...
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*  Entephria flavicinctata - Wikipedia
The larvae feed on Saxifraga and Sedum species. The species probably overwinters in the larval stage. Entephria flavicinctata ... flavicinctata (Europe) Entephria flavicinctata corsaria Schawerda, 1928 Entephria flavicinctata elbrusensis Tikhonov, 1994 ( ...
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*  Garden Q. & A. - The New York Times
... like sedums; plants with light-colored, silver or gray foliage, like dusty miller; plants with foliage that has a nap of fine ... A version of this article appears in print on May 5, 1994, on Page C00013 of the National edition with the headline: Garden Q ...
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*  Paultons Park - Wikipedia
Snakes and Ladders Garden with a large cobra made from 5000 Sedums. Anne and John's Garden - opened in 2008 as part of the ... Tropical Plants including a Wollemi pine which was thought to be extinct until discovered in Australia in 1994. Rockery - parts ...
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*  Botanischer Garten Solingen - Wikipedia
Sedum, Sempervivum, etc. Mediterranean garden (40 m2 or 430 sq ft) - plants from Southern Europe and Central America including ... In 1965 the tropical house was built (143 m², 8 meters in height), and in 1994-1995 the greenhouses were extended to 826 m² by ...
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*  Supplemental References
Denton, M. F. Reproductive isolation in Sedum sect. Gormania (Crassulaceae). Syst. Bot. 9, 142-154 (1984). ... Bot. 19, 523-538 (1994). Barber, S. C. Taxonomic studies in the Verbena stricta Complex (Verbenaceae). Syst. Bot. 7, 433-456 ( ... Evol. 190, 69-78 (1994). Fahselt, D., Ownbey, M. & Borton, M. Seed fertility in Tragopogon hybrids (Compositae). Am. J. Bot. 63 ... Evol. 193, 53-68 (1994).. Atkins, R. J., Barkworth, M. E. & Dewey, D. R. A Taxonomic Study of Leymus ambiguus and Leymus ...
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*  Lomatium ochocense - Wikipedia
Sedum stenopetalum). Lomatium species are common. Though the plant is a local endemic, the populations are quite large and are ... This plant was discovered in 1994 and described to science as a new species in 2010. It is a small perennial herb growing up to ...
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*  Exmoor Coastal Heaths - Wikipedia
Sedum forsteranum) on rocky seacliffs and sea storksbill (Erodium maritinum), upright chickweed (Moenchia erecta) and bird's- ... notified in 1994. This site lies within the Exmoor National Park, and contains extensive areas of heathland communities. ...
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*  Saxifragales
28/1,005: Sedum (??420), Echeveria (140), Rhodiola (90), Sempervivum (65), Dudleya (47). Largely N. hemisphere. Synonymy: ... Within the Acre clade of Sedum, most New World Sedoideae as well as all the old Echeverioideae in the study formed a single ... Sedum appears in five of the seven main clades apparent in phylogenetic analyses of Sempervivoideae (van Ham 1995; van Ham & 't ... Sedum acre group]); (leaves opposite); flowers 4-32-merous; (C connate); (stamens = and opposite K); (infra-stylar extra- ...
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*  Kansas City Convention Center - Wikipedia
The remainder of the site is Greenscape consisting of Sodded open area with some 50,000 Kewensis, Sedum and Vinca Minor plants ... The total project cost was US$91.7 million, and it was completed on schedule in July 1994. Bartle Hall crosses above Interstate ...
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*  Eileen Barnes - Wikipedia
Her work was highly regarded by Praeger, who even went as far as to name one of his plants after her (Sedum barnesianum). ... Barnes' works have been featured in numerous books and monographs, and still highly regarded today, especially her sedums ( ... Desmond, Ray (1994). Dictionary of British And Irish Botantists And Horticulturalists Including plant collectors, flower ...
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*  Visací zámek - Wikipedia
Pixa, Šťástka and Pátek were placed in the same army unit and formed a new band called Sedum vostrejch. The remaining band ... 1994) Sex (1996) Visací zámek znovu zasahuje (2000) Punk! (2005) Klasika (2010) Punkový království (2015) Band profile from ...
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*  Metal Accumulation in Estuarine Plants: Investigating the Effect on the Levels of Non-protein Thiols in Roots of Different Salt...
Gupta D, Huang H, Yang X, Razafindrabe B, Inouhe M (2010) The detoxification of lead in Sedum alfredii H. is not related to ... Gonçalves EPR, Soares HMVM, Boaventura RAR, Machado AASC, Esteves da Silva JCG (1994) Seasonal variations of heavy metals in ...
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*  Smailholm Tower - Wikipedia
... including the planting of turf or mats of sedum plants. As a result of this, a restoration project in 2010/11 reinstated a turf ... Lindsay (1986), and Salter (1994) suggest the early 16th century (1997) gives the construction date as 'mid 15th century'. " ... 1986 Salter, Mike The Castles of Lothian and the Borders, Folly Publications, 1994 Tabraham, Chris Scotland's Castles, BT ...
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*  Taimed - Vikipeedia, vaba entsüklopeedia
Nende seas omab kõige suuremat polüploidsuse taset Sedum suaveolens, kes on 80-ploid (2n = 640)[22]. ... 1994). Genes galore: a summary of methods for accessing results from large-scale partial sequencing of anonymous Arabidopsis ... Taimegenoomide sekveneerimine algas 1994. aastal, kui Newman jt järjestasid hariliku müürlooga ekspresseeruvate järjestuste ...
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