Blechnum


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Blechnum

a genus of toxic ferns in family Blechaceae; contains an unidentified toxin; causes diarrhea. Called also bungwall fern.
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2007) determined Blechnum to be paraphyletic and including Doodia and Sadleria.
Another example is of the common, naturalized fern Blechnum appendiculatum, reported as one of the two plants completely overgrowing a population of the endangered fern Asplenium dielpallidum (Aguraiuja et al.
The dictyosteles of species of Diplazium and Blechnum have been found to show basic similarities to those of closed eusteles of seed plants (White & Weidlich, 1995).
Gametophyte development has also been described under in vitro conditions for Blechnum spicant (Fernandez et al.
Similarly, exogenous BAP reduced LW and delayed the production of both antheridia and archegonia in Blechnum spicant and endogenous levels of six cytokinins were higher in females than in males (Menendez et al.
Domin, Alsophila setosa Kaulf, some species of Adiantum, Asplenium, Blechnum, Selaginella, Marsilea, Adiantopsis and Lycopodium are extracted for ornamental arrangements (Milton & Moll 1988; Windisch, 2002).
Our first hypothesis was partially confirmed, because one of the introduced species, Macrothelypteris torresiana was significantly less susceptible than the other two species, although glyphosate susceptibility of the second introduced species, Thelypteris dentata, did not differ from that of the native fern species Blechnum appendiculatum (Tukey, p < 0.
Blechnum orientate has been shown to accumulate lead and nickel from soil but not in a hyperaccumulating manner [6].
No Perfil 1, esta zona é caracterizada pelo predomínio de diversas espécies de pteridófitos (80,0-88,9%), representadas pelas Alsophila (6,8-36,8%), Blechnum (4,3-7,5%), Cyathaceae (17,0-29,5%), Microgramma (1,4-8,9%) e Pterideae (0,4-10,0%).
APPENDIX Aboriginal plant names in north-eastern Arnhem Land Botanical family Botanical name Uses FERNS Blechnaceae Blechnum indicum food Hemianthtidaceae Platyzoma microphyllum -- Sinopteridaceae Cheilanthes tenuifolia -- CYCADS Cycadaceae Cycas armstrongii food GYMNOSPERMS Cupressaceae Callitris intratropica tools MONOCOTYLEDONS Amaryllidaceae Calostemma sp.