Roczniki Akademii Rolniczej w Poznaniu CCCXCII. Botanika Steciana.

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Roczniki Akademii Rolniczej w Poznaniu CCCXCII. Botanika Steciana."

Transcription

1 Roczniki Akademii Rolniczej w Poznaniu CCCXCII Botanika Steciana,, - ISSN - RUBUS MAXIMUS ROSACEAE FOUND ALSO IN POLAND P K, J Z P. Kosiński, Department of Botany, Poznań University of Life Sciences, Wojska Polskiego C, - Poznań, Poland, J. Zieliński, Institute of Dendrology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Parkowa, - Kórnik, Poland (Received: April,. Accepted: May, ) ABSTRACT. Rubus maximus Marsson, regional bramble species occurring mainly in the Baltic costal area of the NE Germany, was reported from Świnoujście in XIX century. Its occurrence in Poland was confirmed by the new locality only recently found in the Wolin Island. KEY WORDS: Poland, woody plants, Rubus, bramble, new species, chorology, geographical distribution INTRODUCTION Rubus flora of the Polish Western Pomerania is relatively poor as compared to the areas located more to the south and west. In Europe the main centre of brambles distribution is in the west of the continent and species and their number diminishes naturally towards the east. From the studies conducted by H and K - ( ) in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (Mecklemburg-Western Pomerania), it appears that several species not listed in Poland until now (including R. maximus) have their westernmost localities just near the German- Polish border. One can thus suppose that some of them may occur also on the Polish territory. This fact gave an idea to undertake field studies on the Polish side of the border, with special attention paid to species that could potentially occur in the western outskirts of Polish part of Western Pomerania. GENERAL DISTRIBUTION Rubus maximus is regional species from the section Corylifolii, subsection Subidaeus, distributed in the western part of the southern Baltic coastal area, encompassing inlands of the Usedom, Rügen and Hiddensee (H and K ; Fig. A). The main centre of its distribution is the Usedom Island (mainly NW part), where is situated its locus classicus: Glinnbergholz by Zinnowitz (M ). DISTRIBUTION IN POLAND Rubus maximus was mentioned by M ( ) from Świnoujście spa park ( Park Zdrojowy, Plantage bei Swinemünde ), but this stand was not confirmed in later years and was not included in the latest floristic works encompassing Polish territory (Z, K et. ; Fig. B). During the field studies the species was found in only one stand in the Wolin Island (Przytór peninsula): Zachodniopomorskie Province, Świnoujście city, housing estate Przytór-Łunowo, Wolińska street, ATPOL: AB, geographical coordinates: '. "N, '. "E (Kosiński, KOR ; Fig. B). It grew there quite numerously (about specimens) in the margin of fresh mixed coniferous forest and partly in wayside thickets. DESCRIPTION OF THE SPECIES BASED ON COLLECTED MATERIAL FIG. Rubus maximus T. Marsson, Fl. Neu-Vorpommern:. [Synonyms: Rubus corylifolius subsp. maximus (Marsson) Frid., in Bot. Centralbl. :., Rubus pruinosus subsp. maximus (Marsson) Focke, in Ascherson & Graebner, Syn. Mitteleur. Fl. ( ):. ] Stems erect or suberect, -. m tall, terete, glabrous, greenish and slightly glaucous, sometimes somewhat purplish on the side exposed to the sun. Prickles conspicuously dark purple, uniform, up to ( ) - per cm, thin, - mm long, straight or a little inclined or curved, with. mm wide base. Leaves -( - )-foliolate, conspicuously large (name!), up to. cm long ( cm: H and K ), above dull green with - adpressed, simple hairs per cm² and with scattered simple hairs beneath. Leaflets usually imbricate (sometimes contiguous). Terminal ones on relatively short or more rarely mid-long petiolules ( - %), usually broadly ovate, sometimes suborbicular, distinctly cordate or rarely subcordate to rounded at the base, with

2 P. Kosiński, J. Zieliński F.. A general distribution of Rubus maximus, according to H and K ( ), B occurrence in Poland acuminate apex - cm long; margins coarsely, periodically serrate (incisions up to - mm deep), with somewhat prominent, straight principal teeth. Basal leaflets sessile or subsessile (up to -. mm long petiolules), in -foliolate leaves more or less bilobate. Petioles shorter than basal leaflets of -foliolate leaves (usually - % of their length; but somewhat longer than basal leaflets of - -foliolate leaves), with scattered hairs above and almost glabrous beneath, with - fine, -. mm long, straight or a slightly curved/inclined prickles. Stipules linear-lanceolate, eglandular, with loose, protruding hairs. Inflorescence: short, few flowered raceme (usually with - flowers), significantly dominated by the leaves. Lower leaves -foliolate (the highest often simple ones), with margins more coarsely and irregularly serrate (incisions up to - mm deep) then those of the turion. Inflorescence axis loosely hairy with patent simple hairs, glandless; prickles only slightly inclined/curved, usually - mm long. Pedicels -. cm long, with patent hairs and - slightly curved/inclined prickles -. mm long, glandless. Sepals green on the back (grey bordered and sparsely hairy), unarmed, with filiform extended tips, patent or reflexed after anthesis. Petals white, rarely pinkish, elliptical or obovate, quite large, - mm long. Ovaries distinctly hairy above. Stamens with glabrous anthers more or less as long as greenish styles. Receptacle and ovary glabrous or with sparse long hair. Drupelets blackish red when ripe, mostly failed or not fully developed. Flowering VII-VIII. MAIN DIAGNOSTIC FEATURES From the other Polish representatives of the section Corylifolii the species can be separated by the following combination of characters: stems terete, glabrous with small, purple prickles, very large leaves, inflorescence axis sparsely hairy (without stellate hairs), eglandular, sepals green on the back. Acknowledgements We would like to express our gratitude to Dr. Heinz Henker who kindly confirmed our determination of the species.

3 Rubus maximus (Rosaceae) found also in Poland F.. Rubus maximus: parts of sterile stem (with upper and under sides of leaves) and inflorescence (Kosiński, KOR )

4 P. Kosiński, J. Zieliński F.. Flower of Rubus maximus (Phot. P. Kosiński) F.. Aggregate fruit of Rubus maximus (Phot. P. Kosiński) F.. Rubus maximus fragment of vegetative stem against a background of the upper side of the leaf (Phot. P. Kosiński) F.. First-year non-fruiting vegetative shoot (primocane) of Rubus maximus (Phot. P. Kosiński)

5 Rubus maximus (Rosaceae) found also in Poland Fig.. Rubus maximus in wayside thickets (Phot. P. Kosiński) R EFER ENCES H H., K H. ( ): Rubus-Flora von Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (Brombeeren, Kratzbeere, Himbeeren, Steinberre). Botanischer Rundbrief für Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. K A., W H.E., L R., S A.N., (eds.) ( ): Atlas Florae Europaeae. Distribution of Vascular Plants in Europe.. Rosaceae (Rubus). The Committee for Mapping the Flora of Europe & Societas Biologica Fennica Vanamo, Helsinki. M T.F. ( ): Flora von Neu-Vorpommern und den Inseln Rügen und Usedom. Engelmann, Leipzig. Z J. ( ): The Genus Rubus (Rosaceae) in Poland. Pol. Bot. Stud.. For citation: Kosiński P., Zieliński J. ( ): Rubus maximus (Rosaceae) found also in Poland. Rocz. AR Pozn., Bot. Stec. : -.

Two new species of Mahonia (Berberidaceae) from Yunnan, China

Two new species of Mahonia (Berberidaceae) from Yunnan, China Ann. Bot. Fennici 46: 469 473 ISSN 0003-3847 (print) ISSN 1797-2442 (online) Helsinki 30 October 2009 Finnish Zoological and Botanical Publishing Board 2009 Two new species of Mahonia (Berberidaceae) from

More information

Geraniaceae geranium family

Geraniaceae geranium family Geraniaceae geranium family Long-known for the prized ornamentals and house plants obtained from South African species. Nova Scotia hosts two genera and a half-dozen species. Most are herbs with lobed

More information

Digitizing in Guide to Trees of Papua New Guinea

Digitizing in Guide to Trees of Papua New Guinea Digitizing in Guide to Trees of Papua New Guinea Vanimo Wewak Madang Lae Popondetta Daru Port Moresby Alotau *Dr. Barry J. Conn & **Mr. Kipiro Q. Damas *Royal Botanical Gardens Sydney,NSW ** PNG Forest

More information

Acer Maple. Section Palmata. A. circinatum A. japonica A. palmatum A. pseudosieboldianum A. shirasawanum A. sieboldianum

Acer Maple. Section Palmata. A. circinatum A. japonica A. palmatum A. pseudosieboldianum A. shirasawanum A. sieboldianum Acer Maple Section Palmata A. circinatum A. japonica A. palmatum A. pseudosieboldianum A. shirasawanum A. sieboldianum Acer palmatum Japanese Maple Japanese maple is a medium-sized trees with many cultivars

More information

Brambles: General. M. Elena Garcia Professor/ Extension Fruit and Nut Specialist

Brambles: General. M. Elena Garcia Professor/ Extension Fruit and Nut Specialist Brambles: General M. Elena Garcia Professor/ Extension Fruit and Nut Specialist Blackberry and Raspberry Family: Rosaceae Genus: Rubus L. Roman: ruber =red Subgenera: Rubus (formerly Eubatusblackberries

More information

A Morphological Study On Endemic Malabaila lasiocarpa Boiss. (Apiaceae) From Bingol (Turkey)

A Morphological Study On Endemic Malabaila lasiocarpa Boiss. (Apiaceae) From Bingol (Turkey) Araştırma Makalesi/Research Article A Morphological Study On Endemic Malabaila lasiocarpa Boiss. (Apiaceae) From Bingol (Turkey) Ömer KILIÇ 1 Abstract- In this study morphological characters of Malabaila

More information

Key to most of the Wisconsin species of Galium (Rubiaceae)

Key to most of the Wisconsin species of Galium (Rubiaceae) Key to most of the Wisconsin species of Galium (Rubiaceae) 1. Ovary and fruit spreading-bristly, or leaves with 3 prominent longitudinal veins, or (usually) plant with both these conditions (ovary smooth

More information

Getting to Know Plants. 1. Which of the following combination of features would you observe in grass? NCERT

Getting to Know Plants. 1. Which of the following combination of features would you observe in grass? NCERT 7 Getting to Know Plants MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 1. Which of the following combination of features would you observe in grass? Parallel venation and fibrous root Parallel venation and tap root Reticulate

More information

Angelica archangelica (Apiaceae), a new species to Turkey: a contribution to its taxonomy and distribution

Angelica archangelica (Apiaceae), a new species to Turkey: a contribution to its taxonomy and distribution PHYTOLOGIA BALCANICA 18 (1): 5 9, Sofia, 2012 5 Angelica archangelica (Apiaceae), a new species to Turkey: a contribution to its taxonomy and distribution Ruziye Daşkın & Gönül Kaynak Department of Biology,

More information

The Flower! What is the flower?

The Flower! What is the flower? The outstanding and most significant feature of the flowering plants (and that which sets them out from other vascular plants) is the flower. Understanding the flower structure and names of the parts is

More information

Flower Model: Teacher Instructions Sepals Anther Stamens (male) Filament Stigma Pistil Style (female) Ovary Petals sepals petals stamens pistil

Flower Model: Teacher Instructions Sepals Anther Stamens (male) Filament Stigma Pistil Style (female) Ovary Petals sepals petals stamens pistil Flower Model: Teacher Instructions In order to better understand the reproductive cycle of a flower, take a look at some flowers and note the male and female parts. Most flowers are different; some have

More information

Making and using keys Teacher Guidance

Making and using keys Teacher Guidance Teacher Guidance Activities in earlier sections should have laid foundations that lead children to these more complex activities, in which they apply their observation and sorting skills to the practical

More information

Common Name: AMERICAN BARBERRY. Scientific Name: Berberis canadensis Miller. Other Commonly Used Names: none. Previously Used Scientific Names: none

Common Name: AMERICAN BARBERRY. Scientific Name: Berberis canadensis Miller. Other Commonly Used Names: none. Previously Used Scientific Names: none Common Name: AMERICAN BARBERRY Scientific Name: Berberis canadensis Miller Other Commonly Used Names: none Previously Used Scientific Names: none Family: Berberidaceae (barberry) Rarity Ranks: G3/S1 State

More information

Plant Anatomy & Physiology

Plant Anatomy & Physiology Plant Anatomy & Physiology The Four Basic Parts of Plants Shoot system Leaves, Stems, Fruits, flowers Root system Leaves Functions Make food through photosynthesis Site of gas exchange Respiration Photosynthesis

More information

JOHANNESBURG S TOP WEEDS/ALIEN INVASIVE PLANTS BUGWEED. Bugweed. Family: Solanaceae. Scientific Name: Solanum mauritianum

JOHANNESBURG S TOP WEEDS/ALIEN INVASIVE PLANTS BUGWEED. Bugweed. Family: Solanaceae. Scientific Name: Solanum mauritianum JOHANNESBURG S TOP WEEDS/ALIEN INVASIVE PLANTS BUGWEED Bugweed Family: Solanaceae Scientific Name: Solanum mauritianum Common name: Luisboom, Bugweed Origin: South America (Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay

More information

Myriophyllum aquaticum (Vell.) Verdcourt

Myriophyllum aquaticum (Vell.) Verdcourt Myriophyllum aquaticum (Vell.) Verdcourt A guide to Identification, Risk Assessment and Management Jonathan Newman Plant Protection Service, Wageningen, NL Centre for Ecology and Hydrology Wallingford,

More information

VEGETATIVE MORPHOLOGY OF FLOWERING PLANTS

VEGETATIVE MORPHOLOGY OF FLOWERING PLANTS VEGETATIVE MORPHOLOGY OF FLOWERING PLANTS Stems, roots, and leaves are the vegetative parts of vascular plants. Stems are the basic organs, as they give rise to other plant organs, such as roots, leaves,

More information

Laboratory Broadleaf Weed Identification

Laboratory Broadleaf Weed Identification 1 Tips for Identifying Broadleaf Weeds Laboratory Broadleaf Weed Identification The cotyledon is an important identifying characteristic for broadleaf weeds. Shape and position of leaves, presence of pubescence

More information

Flora of China 6:

Flora of China 6: 27. PULSATILLA Miller, Gard. Dict. Abr., ed. 4, [1136]. 1754. 白头翁属 bai tou weng shu Wang Wencai ( 王文采 Wang Wen-tsai); Bruce Bartholomew Herbs perennial, often covered with long soft hairs. Rhizome erect.

More information

General Abbreviations: 1 = primary vein 2 = secondary vein For additional definitions, please review the Manual of Leaf Architecture.

General Abbreviations: 1 = primary vein 2 = secondary vein For additional definitions, please review the Manual of Leaf Architecture. General Abbreviations: 1 = primary vein 2 = secondary vein For additional definitions, please review the Manual of Leaf Architecture. Teeth One order of teeth- teeth are all the same size or vary in size

More information

Lecture 23. Topics. 1. Basic flower terminology 2. Flower overview 3. Flower development 4. Female part: gynoecium. Flower. Basic Flower Terminology

Lecture 23. Topics. 1. Basic flower terminology 2. Flower overview 3. Flower development 4. Female part: gynoecium. Flower. Basic Flower Terminology Lecture. Topics. Basic flower terminology. Flower overview. Flower development. Female part: gynoecium Flower Basic Flower Terminology Receptacle = Place on stem where floral organs originate & attach

More information

Pyrus myloslavensis (P. communis L. P. salicifolia Pall.) a new spontaneous pear hybrid

Pyrus myloslavensis (P. communis L. P. salicifolia Pall.) a new spontaneous pear hybrid 2008, vol. 60, 45 49 Wojciech Antkowiak, Aneta Czarna, Magdalena Wawrzyniak Pyrus myloslavensis (P. communis L. P. salicifolia Pall.) a new spontaneous pear hybrid Received: 12 September 2008, Accepted:

More information

A Morphological Study on Nepeta fissa C.A.Mey. (Lamiaceae) from Bingöl (Turkey)

A Morphological Study on Nepeta fissa C.A.Mey. (Lamiaceae) from Bingöl (Turkey) Araştırma Makalesi/Research Article A Morphological Study on Nepeta fissa C.A.Mey. (Lamiaceae) from Bingöl (Turkey) Ömer KILIÇ 1 Abstract- In this study morphological characters of Nepeta fissa C.A.Mey.

More information

THE BOOK OF T H E BOOK OF L E AV E S ALLEN J. COOMBES CHICAGO

THE BOOK OF T H E BOOK OF L E AV E S ALLEN J. COOMBES CHICAGO THE BOOK OF L E AV E S ALLEN J. COOMBES ALLEN J. COOMBES E D I T E D B Y Z S O LT D E B R E C Z Y CHICAGO T H E BOOK OF L E AV E S A L E A F - B Y- L E A F O F T H E G U I D E W O R L D ' S T O S I X G

More information

The Flower - what is it?! Floral structure will be examined in lab this Mon/Tues save space in your notes!

The Flower - what is it?! Floral structure will be examined in lab this Mon/Tues save space in your notes! The Flower - what is it?! Floral structure will be examined in lab this Mon/Tues save space in your notes! Magnoliophyta - Flowering Plants! Introduction to Angiosperms "angio-" = vessel; so "angiosperm"

More information

Label a Plant (Key Stage 1)

Label a Plant (Key Stage 1) Label a Plant (Key Stage 1) Glossary Flower The part of the plant that attracts animals such as bees to pollinate. Stem The rigid mast of the plant which the leaves, flowers and roots are attached to.

More information

West Virginia Trees. Basic Tree Identification For FFA Forestry Contest

West Virginia Trees. Basic Tree Identification For FFA Forestry Contest West Virginia Trees Basic Tree Identification For FFA Forestry Contest Developed in cooperation with the West Virginia Division of Forestry and the Tyler County FFA Chapter. Identification of trees base

More information

April s Featured Plants

April s Featured Plants Genus: Geum (Avens) Genus of about 50 perennials, mostly with dense clusters of hairy leaves Geum chiloense Species originating from Island of Chiloe, Chile which enjoys a cold, wet climate. These plants

More information

A NEW LARGE-FLOWERED ODONTOGLOSSUM (ORCHIDACEAE: ONCIDIINAE) FROM THE CUSCO REGION IN PERU

A NEW LARGE-FLOWERED ODONTOGLOSSUM (ORCHIDACEAE: ONCIDIINAE) FROM THE CUSCO REGION IN PERU LANKESTERIANA 13(3): 395 399. 2014. A NEW LARGE-FLOWERED ODONTOGLOSSUM (ORCHIDACEAE: ONCIDIINAE) FROM THE CUSCO REGION IN PERU Stig Dalström 1,3 & Saul Ruíz Pérez 2 1 2304 Ringling Boulevard, unit 119,

More information

IDENTIFICATION OF INJURIOUS WEEDS

IDENTIFICATION OF INJURIOUS WEEDS IDENTIFICATION OF INJURIOUS WEEDS This leaflet has been produced to assist in the identification of Injurious Weeds as prescribed in the Weeds Act 1959 COMMON RAGWORT Senecio jacobaea Mature plant Young

More information

Byfield fern Tree zamia Cabbage palm Zamia Zamia

Byfield fern Tree zamia Cabbage palm Zamia Zamia Byfield fern (Bowenia serrulata)................ 6 Tree zamia (Cycas media).................... 7 Cabbage palm (Livistona decipiens)............. 8 Zamia (Macrozamia miquelii).................. 9 Zamia

More information

EMBRAPA Amazônia Ocidental, Manaus, Brazil. Universität Hamburg, Deutschland

EMBRAPA Amazônia Ocidental, Manaus, Brazil. Universität Hamburg, Deutschland Morphological Traits and Ecological Behaviour of Selected Secondary Forest Tree Species in the Central Amazon Aguiar, M. O. 1, de Morais, R. R. 1, Araújo, R. da C. 1, Skatulla, M. 2 and Preisinger, H.

More information

New records of naturalized Rubus in southern Africa

New records of naturalized Rubus in southern Africa Bothalia 13, 3 & 4: 333-337 (1981) New records of naturalized Rubus in southern Africa C. H. STIRTON* ABSTRACT Rubus niveus Thunb. and R. phoenicolasius Maxim, are recorded for the first time in southern

More information

Black Rock Forest Consortium Tree Identification Dichotomous Key

Black Rock Forest Consortium Tree Identification Dichotomous Key Black Rock Forest Consortium Tree Identification Dichotomous Key 1. a. Woody plants usually with several main stems, and usually less than 15 feet tall- shrubs (not trees): STOP HERE b. Woody plants with

More information

Petals Petals are designed to attract as many insects as possible to visit the flower. They have two main ways of doing this.

Petals Petals are designed to attract as many insects as possible to visit the flower. They have two main ways of doing this. Teacher s Fact File Learn: Flower There are many different types of flowers your class may find when walking through the park. Blues, yellows, purples and whites are usually the more common colours as

More information

Plant Profiles: HORT 2242 Landscape Plants II

Plant Profiles: HORT 2242 Landscape Plants II Botanical Name: Corylus americana Common Name: American hazelnut, American filbert Family Name: Betulaceae birch family Plant Profiles: HORT 2242 Landscape Plants II General Description: Corylus americana

More information

Writing a Dichotomous Key to Wildflowers

Writing a Dichotomous Key to Wildflowers Writing a Dichotomous Key to Wildflowers Objectives: 1. Understand how to use and make dichotomous keys. 2. Understand common terminology of plant morphology. 3. Learn to recognize some fall wildflowers.

More information

Basic Botany Botany Handbook for Florida

Basic Botany  Botany Handbook for Florida Basic Botany http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/mg012 Botany Handbook for Florida Kim Gabel Environmental Horticulture Agent UF/IFAS/Monroe County Extension 1 What is Botany? The science of plants, their classification

More information

Strawberry Leaf Spot

Strawberry Leaf Spot Strawberry Leaf Spot Cathy Heidenreich and Bill Turechek Introduction - Leaf spot is one of the most common and widespread diseases of strawberry. Mycosphaerella fragariae is also the cause of black seed

More information

CAPPARACEAE. 山 柑 科 shan gan ke

CAPPARACEAE. 山 柑 科 shan gan ke CAPPARACEAE 山 柑 科 shan gan ke Zhang Mingli ( 张 明 理 ) 1 ; Gordon C. Tucker 2 Shrubs, trees, or woody vines, evergreen (deciduous in some Crateva), with branched or simple trichomes. Stipules spinelike,

More information

DID YOU KNOW that the plants most important to

DID YOU KNOW that the plants most important to Flower Anatomy DID YOU KNOW that the plants most important to agriculture all produce flowers? Every major food crop is a flowering plant. We do not think about the flowers of wheat, rice, corn, and soybeans.

More information

Dichotomous Keys. How This Tool Can Help You Identify Plants! Marion Lobstein.

Dichotomous Keys. How This Tool Can Help You Identify Plants! Marion Lobstein. Dichotomous Keys 1a. small flowers at base of spadix usually surrounded by spathe(modified leaf)...arum F.(Araceae) 1b. flowers not as above...(2) 2a. flower parts in 3's, parallel leaf venation (monocots)...(3)

More information

What's in a Flower. Ages: 8 to 12. Contributor: Susan Jaquette, Cornell Plantations volunteer

What's in a Flower. Ages: 8 to 12. Contributor: Susan Jaquette, Cornell Plantations volunteer Ages: 8 to 12 What's in a Flower Contributor: Susan Jauette, Cornell Plantations volunteer Main idea: Flowers are composed of several distinct parts, each of which plays an important role in nature. Objective:

More information

1. VIBURNUM Linnaeus, Sp. Pl. 1: 267. 1753.

1. VIBURNUM Linnaeus, Sp. Pl. 1: 267. 1753. Fl. China 19: 570 611. 2011. 1. VIBURNUM Linnaeus, Sp. Pl. 1: 267. 1753. 荚 蒾 属 jia mi shu Yang Qiner ( 杨 亲 二 ); Valéry Malécot Actinotinus Oliver, p.p. Shrubs or small trees, deciduous or sometimes evergreen.

More information

United States Standards for Grades of Frozen Broccoli

United States Standards for Grades of Frozen Broccoli United States Department of Agriculture Agricultural Marketing Service Fruit and Vegetable Division United States Standards for Grades of Frozen Broccoli Processed Products Branch Effective date January

More information

Oak or Maple? Tree Identification

Oak or Maple? Tree Identification 4H NREM 208 Oak or Maple? Tree Identification Objectives Participants will learn to identify trees Participants will learn to use a tree identification key Participants will be able to identify 20 trees

More information

L. Fabaceae - Caesalpinioideae. Cassia javanica. johar

L. Fabaceae - Caesalpinioideae. Cassia javanica. johar LOCAL NAMES English (apple Blossom cassia); Filipino (antsoan (Bikol)); Indonesian (trengguli,boking-boking (Sumatra),bobondelan); Malay (busok-busok (Peninsular),bebusok); Thai (kalalphruk (central, northern));

More information

A Day in the Life of a Chicory Flower

A Day in the Life of a Chicory Flower Notes and Reviews A Day in the Life of a Chicory Flower Craig Holdrege When you walk along roadsides in the early morning in summertime, you may be lucky enough to encounter the radiant blue flowers of

More information

A new Campanula (Campanulaceae) from east Anatolia, Turkey

A new Campanula (Campanulaceae) from east Anatolia, Turkey Nordic Journal of Botany 25: 5357, 2007 doi: 10.1111/j.2007.0107-055X.00091.x, # The Authors. Journal compilation # Nordic Journal of Botany 2007 Subject Editor: Torbjörn Tyler. Accepted 10 September 2007

More information

What Maple is That? A book by Peter Gregory and Hugh Angus Chapter One Introduction. Chapter Five Descriptions of Hardier species in Cultivation

What Maple is That? A book by Peter Gregory and Hugh Angus Chapter One Introduction. Chapter Five Descriptions of Hardier species in Cultivation What Maple is That? A book by Peter Gregory and Hugh Angus Chapter One Introduction Chapter Two Identification Chapter Three Summer/Leaf Keys Chapter Four Winter Keys Chapter Five Descriptions of Hardier

More information

Begonia bimaensis, a new species of Begonia from Sumbawa Island, Indonesia

Begonia bimaensis, a new species of Begonia from Sumbawa Island, Indonesia Gardens Bulletin Singapore 67(1): 95 99. 2015 doi: 10.3850/S2382581215000101 95 Begonia bimaensis, a new species of Begonia from Sumbawa Island, Indonesia N.K.E. Undaharta 1, I Made Ardaka, Agung Kurniawan

More information

Lab Exercise 7: Leaves (also see Atlas pp )

Lab Exercise 7: Leaves (also see Atlas pp ) Lab Exercise 7: Leaves (also see Atlas pp. 141-150) In most green plants, leaves are the primary photosynthetic organs. They are well adapted for efficient light absorption, carbon fixation, and conduction

More information

Student Exploration: Pollination: Flower to Fruit

Student Exploration: Pollination: Flower to Fruit Name: Date: Student Exploration: Pollination: Flower to Fruit Vocabulary: anther, cross pollination, filament, fruit, nectar, ovary, ovule, pedicel, petal, pistil, pollen, pollen tube, pollination, receptacle,

More information

Pineapples. Ian Hewett Horticultural Marketing Inspectorate United Kingdom. Version - October 2011

Pineapples. Ian Hewett Horticultural Marketing Inspectorate United Kingdom. Version - October 2011 Pineapples Ian Hewett Horticultural Marketing Inspectorate United Kingdom Version - October 2011 1 Definition Of Produce This Standard applies to pineapples of varieties (cultivars) grown from Ananascomosus(L).

More information

Pollination: Flower to Fruit

Pollination: Flower to Fruit Pollination: Flower to Fruit Answer Key Vocabulary: anther, cross pollination, filament, fruit, nectar, ovary, ovule, pedicel, petal, pistil, pollen, pollen tube, pollination, receptacle, self pollination,

More information

Flower Morphology. Flower Structure. Name

Flower Morphology. Flower Structure. Name wrong 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 right 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 score 100 98.8 97.6 96.4 95.2 94.0 92.8 91.6 90.4 89.2 88.0 86.7 85.5 84.3 83.1 81.9 80.7 79.5

More information

Traits used to distinguish the recognized subspecies of Erigeron acris L.

Traits used to distinguish the recognized subspecies of Erigeron acris L. Fakulteten för landskapsarkitektur, trädgårdsoch växtproduktionsvetenskap Traits used to distinguish the recognized subspecies of Erigeron acris L. Sanna Olander Självständigt arbete 5 hp Hortonomprogrammet

More information

Begonia coptidifolia (Begoniaceae), a new species from China

Begonia coptidifolia (Begoniaceae), a new species from China Ye Bot. et Bull. al. Acad. Begonia Sin. (2004) coptidifolia, 45: 259-266 a new species from China 259 Begonia coptidifolia (Begoniaceae), a new species from China Hua-Gu YE 1, Fa-Guo WANG 1, Yu-Shi YE

More information

Grow your own Tomatoes

Grow your own Tomatoes Key Stage 2 Worksheet 1a Growing plants Curriculum coverage: QCA Science: Unit 1B Which parts of the plant are the leaves, stem, fruit, flower and root? Name their parts by writing your answers in the

More information

Basic Botany - Flower Structure

Basic Botany - Flower Structure Basic Botany - Flower Structure The Birmingham Botanical Gardens & Glasshouses Brief Descriptions of Activities Flower Structure a Study Centre-led activity Using large-scale models and bee (glove puppet)

More information

LABORATORY 2: Flowers

LABORATORY 2: Flowers LABORATORY 2: Flowers INTRODUCTION The goal of this laboratory exercise is to familiarize you with flowers, their structure, variation, and importance to the plant. By the end of today s laboratory exercise

More information

OENOTHERA CANTABRIGIANA. BRADLEY MOORE DAVIS University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan Received March 18, 1940

OENOTHERA CANTABRIGIANA. BRADLEY MOORE DAVIS University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan Received March 18, 1940 OENOTHERA CANTABRIGIANA BRADLEY MOORE DAVIS University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan Received March 18, 1940 0 ENOTHERA CANTABRIGIANA (figures I and 2) is a structural hybrid closely related to Oenothera

More information

CAMELLIA SASANQUA (THEACEAE) IN THE ARKANSAS FLORA

CAMELLIA SASANQUA (THEACEAE) IN THE ARKANSAS FLORA Serviss, B.E. and J.H. Peck. 2016. Camellia sasanqua (Theaceae) in the Arkansas flora. Phytoneuron 2016-28: 1 7. Published 28 April 2016. ISSN 2153 733X CAMELLIA SASANQUA (THEACEAE) IN THE ARKANSAS FLORA

More information

Fraxinus angustifolia Raywood (syn F. oxycarpa Raywood ) claret ash

Fraxinus angustifolia Raywood (syn F. oxycarpa Raywood ) claret ash Fraxinus angustifolia Raywood (syn F. oxycarpa Raywood ) claret ash There seem to be both the narrow leafed ash and the claret ash on campus, the latter colouring to rich claret, oranges and yellow tones

More information

Questions and electronic images should be directed to: * Proposed plant name:

Questions and electronic images should be directed to: * Proposed plant name: Application for registration of a rhododendron or azalea name with the International Cultivar Registration Authority for Rhododendron with photographic rights release Introduction This form is for use

More information

Science 7 Unit D: Plants for Food & Fibre. Topic 3. Plant Reproduction and Breeding. pp WORKBOOK. Name:

Science 7 Unit D: Plants for Food & Fibre. Topic 3. Plant Reproduction and Breeding. pp WORKBOOK. Name: Science 7 Unit D: Plants for Food & Fibre Topic 3 Plant Reproduction and Breeding pp. 115-130 WORKBOOK Name: Read p. 115 people choose specific plants with particular characteristics and encourage them

More information

Key to Identification of Invasive Knotweeds in British Columbia

Key to Identification of Invasive Knotweeds in British Columbia Key to Identification of Invasive Knotweeds in British Columbia Photo: L. Wilson Linda M. Wilson March 2007 Ministry of Forests and Range Forest Practices Branch Invasive Alien Plant Program Citation:

More information

Which Morningglory Do I Have?

Which Morningglory Do I Have? Which Morningglory Do I Have? With the adoption of herbicide resistant crops in today s crop production systems, weed population shifts can and do occur. In particular, fields where crops resistance to

More information

Parts of a Flower. A lesson from the New Jersey Agricultural Society Learning Through Gardening Program

Parts of a Flower. A lesson from the New Jersey Agricultural Society Learning Through Gardening Program Parts of a Flower A lesson from the New Jersey Agricultural Society Learning Through Gardening Program OVERVIEW: Students create a flower with craft materials in order to learn the parts of flowers and

More information

Impatiens glandulifera (Ornamental jewelweed Policeman's helmet Purple jewelweed Himalayan balsam )

Impatiens glandulifera (Ornamental jewelweed Policeman's helmet Purple jewelweed Himalayan balsam ) 1 of 7 9/24/2007 3:10 PM Home Early Detection IPANE Species Data & Maps Volunteers About the Project Related Information Catalog of Species Search Results :: Catalog of Species Search Impatiens glandulifera

More information

Plant Reproduction. Chapter 30

Plant Reproduction. Chapter 30 Plant Reproduction Chapter 30 Impacts, Issues Plight of the Honeybee Flowering plants coevolved with animal pollinators such as honeybees now pesticides and other factors threaten our food supply 30.1

More information

All About Plants. What are plants?

All About Plants. What are plants? All About Plants What are plants? Plants are living things that are made up of cells. They need air, water, soil, and sunlight to live. They cannot move from place to place, but their leaves move to catch

More information

Brassica Rapa Lab Report

Brassica Rapa Lab Report Name Hr. Date Brassica Rapa Lab Report Requirements and Timeline Use this packet to complete your WI Fast Plant (Brassica Rapa) final report. All directions and requirements are included in the following

More information

Anatomical study on Vaccinium arctostaphylos L.

Anatomical study on Vaccinium arctostaphylos L. Department of Pharmacognosy 1, School of Pharmacy, Shaheed Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, and Faculty of Pharmacy 2, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran Anatomical study on Vaccinium

More information

Teacher Information: Timeline of Activities

Teacher Information: Timeline of Activities Teacher Information: Timeline of Activities The following is a timeline of what will be happening with the plants as they grow and what students will be doing as they conduct their investigations. Please

More information

March 9, 2015 Unit A: Life Science Chapter 1: How Plants Live and Grow Sequencing Many things have a certain order. When you place things in the

March 9, 2015 Unit A: Life Science Chapter 1: How Plants Live and Grow Sequencing Many things have a certain order. When you place things in the March 9, 2015 Unit A: Life Science Chapter 1: How Plants Live and Grow Sequencing Many things have a certain order. When you place things in the correct order you are sequencing the items. When we talk

More information

Bombax ceiba. Family: Malvaceae Red Silk-Cotton; Red Cotton Tree; Kapok; Flower Display: A+ Silk Cotton

Bombax ceiba. Family: Malvaceae Red Silk-Cotton; Red Cotton Tree; Kapok; Flower Display: A+ Silk Cotton Stephen H. Brown, Horticulture Agent Lee County Extension, Fort Myers, Florida (239) 533-7513 brownsh@ufl.edu http://lee.ifas.ufl.edu/hort/gardenhome.shtml Bombax ceiba Family: Malvaceae Red Silk-Cotton;

More information

6. FAGOPYRUM Miller, Gard. Dict. Abr., ed. 4, [495]. 1754, nom. cons.

6. FAGOPYRUM Miller, Gard. Dict. Abr., ed. 4, [495]. 1754, nom. cons. 6. FAGOPYRUM Miller, Gard. Dict. Abr., ed. 4, [495]. 1754, nom. cons. 荞麦属 qiao mai shu Li Anjen ( 李安仁 Li An-ren); Suk-pyo Hong Herbs annual or perennial, rarely subshrubs, monoecious. Stems erect, glabrous

More information

731. MAHONIA LINDSAYAE CANTAB Berberidaceae. James Cullen

731. MAHONIA LINDSAYAE CANTAB Berberidaceae. James Cullen 731. MAHONIA LINDSAYAE CANTAB Berberidaceae James Cullen Summary. Mahonia lindsayae P.F. Yeo Cantab is illustrated, and its history is revealed. This continues a series of articles on plants connected

More information

Quírico Jiménez-Madrigal, 4 and Laura P. Lagomarsino 5

Quírico Jiménez-Madrigal, 4 and Laura P. Lagomarsino 5 Two new species of Freziera (Pentaphylacaceae) from Costa Rica Daniel Santamaría-Aguilar, 1,2 Alex K. Monro, 3 Quírico Jiménez-Madrigal, 4 and Laura P. Lagomarsino 5 Abstract. Two new species of Freziera

More information

population a population of 4 red oaks

population a population of 4 red oaks Plant Vocabulary population A group of organisms of the same kind that live in the same place Example: the number of red oaks in a location, the number of dogwoods in a location a population of 4 red oaks

More information

Lesson Eight Solanaceae Flowers

Lesson Eight Solanaceae Flowers Lesson Eight Solanaceae Flowers Adrienne La Favre, Ph.D., Ph.D. In this lesson we will study the flowers of the Solanaceae. Parts of the lesson are underlined. Younger members can ignore these parts. Make

More information

Exercise 7 Angiosperm Reproduction: Flowers and Fruits Biol 1012, S2008, Lee, Etterson, and Little

Exercise 7 Angiosperm Reproduction: Flowers and Fruits Biol 1012, S2008, Lee, Etterson, and Little Exercise 7 Angiosperm Reproduction: Flowers and Fruits Biol 1012, S2008, Lee, Etterson, and Little Goals Relate structures in a flower to the plant life cycle: alternation of generations. Identify floral,

More information

SWIFT OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS, INC. Microscopes Digital Imaging Products. Flower Dissection Teacher Guide

SWIFT OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS, INC. Microscopes Digital Imaging Products. Flower Dissection Teacher Guide Lesson Plan Teacher Guide Time of Activity: one class period, 60 minutes Objectives for students: Students will be able to list the parts of a flower Students will be able to relate the structure of the

More information

Fort Collins Tree ID Test Study Guide

Fort Collins Tree ID Test Study Guide Fort Collins Tree ID Test Study Guide 2011 White Fir Whole Tree Conical to pyramidal growth habit. White Fir Needles Curving upwards and outwards. Bluish green to silvery blue in color. Soft to the touch

More information

Lab 12: Flowers, Fruits & "Grocery Store" Botany

Lab 12: Flowers, Fruits & Grocery Store Botany BIOL 153L General Biology II Lab Black Hills State University Lab 12: Flowers, Fruits & "Grocery Store" Botany FLOWERS: As introduced in Lab 8, the term "flower" refers to sexual reproductive structures

More information

Market Produce Specifications:

Market Produce Specifications: Market Produce Specifications: ONION Brown - Various... 2 Brown Various Picklers... 3 Green... 4 Leek... 5 Mild... 6 Pasquale... 7 Queensland Brown... 8 Red... 9 Shallot... 10 Spring - Various... 11 Spring

More information

Hydrangea Selection, Pruning and Care

Hydrangea Selection, Pruning and Care Hydrangea Selection, Pruning and Care Mike Andruczyk Horticulture Extension Agent, Virginia Cooperative Extension, Chesapeake Types of Hydrangeas Hydrangeas can be easy to grow in Virginia if you give

More information

ALFALFA GENETIC MUTANTS. Edwin T. Bingham

ALFALFA GENETIC MUTANTS. Edwin T. Bingham ALFALFA GENETIC MUTANTS Edwin T. Bingham ebingham@wisc.edu Introduction Alfalfa mutants studied prior to 1967 are reported in USDA Bulletin No.1370 by D. K. Barnes. This report illustrates genetic mutants

More information

TRADITIONAL MEMORIALS HAND CARVED IN STONE

TRADITIONAL MEMORIALS HAND CARVED IN STONE TRADITIONAL MEMORIALS HAND CARVED IN STONE Down countless centuries the craft of the stonemason has been perfected to bring out and enhance the latent qualities of a wide variety of natural stone. Over

More information

version if desired, and Teacher Preparation Notes are available at http://serendip.brynmawr.edu/sci_edu/waldron/.

version if desired, and Teacher Preparation Notes are available at http://serendip.brynmawr.edu/sci_edu/waldron/. Using a Dichotomous Key to Identify Flowers (and the murderer) Adapted and Excerpted from Constructing a Dichotomous Key by Margaret Bankhead of Robert A. Black Magnet School, Making a Dichotomous Key

More information

BIOL 221 Concepts of Botany Spring 2009 Topic 06 The Market Place & Plant Modifications: An application of your botanical knowledge.

BIOL 221 Concepts of Botany Spring 2009 Topic 06 The Market Place & Plant Modifications: An application of your botanical knowledge. BIOL 221 Concepts of Botany Spring 2009 Topic 06 The Market Place & Plant Modifications: An application of your botanical knowledge. A. Introduction to Plant Modifications & the Market Place You have fastidiously

More information

4-1-1, Amakubo, Tsukuba, 300-0005 JAPAN; b Fairy Lake Botanical Garden, Shenzhen & Chinese Academy of Sciences,

4-1-1, Amakubo, Tsukuba, 300-0005 JAPAN; b Fairy Lake Botanical Garden, Shenzhen & Chinese Academy of Sciences, J. Jpn. Bot. 87: 187 192 (2012) Cytological Studies on Skimmia arborescens Gamble subsp. nitida N. P. Taylor & Airy Shaw (Rutaceae) from Mt. Shiwandashan, Guangxi Autonomous Region, China Tomoko Fukuda

More information

Plant Structure, Growth, and Development. Chapter 35

Plant Structure, Growth, and Development. Chapter 35 Plant Structure, Growth, and Development Chapter 35 PLANTS developmental plasticity = ability of plant to alter form to respond to environment Biological heirarchy Cell basic unit of life Tissue group

More information

THE FLOWER: PARTS OF THE FLOWER

THE FLOWER: PARTS OF THE FLOWER THE FLOWER: PARTS OF THE FLOWER Materials Large flower A flower for each child Presentation (This is usually a group presentation) 1. Say, I would like to talk about the parts of the flower. 2. Place a

More information

Strawberry Anthracnose

Strawberry Anthracnose Strawberry Anthracnose Bill Turechek and Cathy Heidenreich Introduction - The term anthracnose is a general term used to describe plant diseases. Strawberry anthracnose refers to several diseases of strawberry

More information

7. Flowers. Flower types. Introduction to plant life in New Zealand. Flowers are one of the most important features used to identify plants.

7. Flowers. Flower types. Introduction to plant life in New Zealand. Flowers are one of the most important features used to identify plants. 7. Flowers Flowers are one of the most important features used to identify plants. Flower types The parts of a flower vary greatly from plant to plant. However, all tend to follow a basic pattern of: Calyx

More information

Lec 2. Plant body: form & function

Lec 2. Plant body: form & function Lec 2. Plant body: form & function 1. Seed plants are the most successful land plants. Why? Main stages of a plant s life cycle. 2. Plants have developed appropriate structures to carry out the functions:

More information

World Environment facts

World Environment facts World Environment facts On the following pages you can find the answers to all the questions from the World environments activity. When you ve checked your scores, carry on reading to find out more about

More information

Names Section Lab 9 Plant Responses to Environment

Names Section Lab 9 Plant Responses to Environment Names Section Lab 9 Plant Responses to Environment Plant do not passively exist in their environment, but are actively responding to changes and signals from the environment. For a plant to persist and

More information