Published 1981 by Economic Botany Information Service, National Botanical Research Institute in Lucknow .
Written in EnglishRead online
Bibliography: p. 83-90.
|LC Classifications||QK521 .S26 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||90 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||90|
|LC Control Number||81905552|
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Reference manual of fern spores. Lucknow: Economic Botany Information Service, National Botanical Research Institute, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Santha Devi.
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Smith (Editor), Stephen Breyer (Introduction) ISBN Format: Paperback. Charles T. Druery, who is quoted in the "Book of Choice Ferns," says: "We have estimated the spores upon a single frond of our native (British) Polypodium vulgare (a frond not over a foot long by three inches wide), and found that one of the subdivisions of the same size taken from a tree fern would yield plants sufficient to form a wood as.
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scattered throughout the ferns and fern allies, the spores are relatively thin-walled, green and photosynthetically active, and relatively short-lived, reﬂecting an adaptationAuthor: George Yatskievych.
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It is by Storer and Usinger. I used this book when I was a nature counselor at the San Jose Family Camp, inwhere I was christened with my camp name, Bugs, that I still use at Caz. Unlike the conventional method of sowing the spores on compost, this method allows spore populations free from contamination by spores of other species to be sown.
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The dominant feature of the work are the over plates of electron micrographs showing the morphological characteristics of typical representatives of each spore type. This book constitutes a unique, encyclopedic reference work that systematizes and categorizes for the first time in such comprehensive fashion all known fern spores.
The dominant feature of the work are the over plates of electron micrographs showing the morphological characteristics of typical representatives of each spore type.
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A list of the most desirable for this purpose will be given later on. A Manual of Spores of New Zealand Pteridophyta. New Zealand Dep. Sci. Industr. Carnegie Inst. Washington Year Book60, –– Google Scholar —.
The gametophytes ofPellaea, SectionPellaea Ontogeny of the polypodiaceous fern antheridium with particular reference to some Adiantaceae. Phytomorphology– Cited by: The gametophyte phase of the fern life cycle begins with a spore.
A fern spore is a haploid reproductive cell, which unlike the seeds of higher plants, does not contain an embryo. Fern spores are often dispersed by the wind. Upon germination, a spore gives rise to a green, thread-like tissue, called a protonema.
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Rev. Palaeobot. Paly- nol., A characteristic presence of circular laesura in spores resulting from irregular cyto- kinesis, in the case of dyads, is reported.
General morphological studies of the spores of Pteris L. show considerable variation in the spore Author: Santha Devi, P.B. Khare. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
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