2 edition of Anatomical investigation on fossil fruits of the genus Carpinus in Poland. found in the catalog.
Anatomical investigation on fossil fruits of the genus Carpinus in Poland.
Written in English
|Other titles||Badania anatomiczne nad kopalnymi owocami rodzaju Carpinus w Polsce.|
|Series||Acta palaeobotanica ;, v. 2, nr. 1|
|LC Classifications||QE901 .A3 vol. 2, nr. 1, QE996.5 .A3 vol. 2, nr. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||33|
|LC Control Number||61045324|
The occur- rence of fossil nutlets which possibly refer to L. exaltatus is under investigation for a site dating ca. Ma, while the abundant Holocene records, including some archaeologi- cal sites, are only referred to L. europaeus. A review of the Polish Sclerotiniaceae and some additional species: investigation into the Scleroriniaceae - V., Palmgren, A.: Die Entferung als pflanzengeoraphischer Faktor, Palmgren, A.: Nya fyndorter för Torillis Anthriscus (L.) Gmel. pa Aland,
ASSISTED COLONIZATION is the intentional movement and release of an organism outside its indigenous range to avoid extinction of populations of the focal species.. ECOLOGICAL REPLACEMENT is the intentional movement and release of an organism outside its indigenous range to perform a specific ecological function.. See the 3-fold chart immediately below for . The fruits and the leaves around the fruits were sampled from 3 rd and 6 th clusters and then they were analyzed. Some quality parameters of the plants such as dry matter, vitamin C, titratable acidity (TA) and soluble solid dry matter (SSDM) and fruit yields were investigated. After leaf samples were washed with distilled water.
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