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sedge

numerous aquatic plants including Carex vulpina, Schoenus spp.
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In view of this, this work aims at: a) stating the basics for interpreting inflorescence structures in Cyperaceae and their variations; and b) correlating such information with the various developmental processes that give origin to those structures.
In the development of the aerenchyma of the type lysigeny, found in the families Cyperaceae and Alismataceae, the gaps appear after the collapse and, a lot of times, there is cellular death.
Moisture Temperature "cool" Uncertain "Warm" "Moist" Abies Castalia Acer Larix Salix Fagus suga Cyperaceae Juglans Potomogeton Ulmus Sagittaria Typha Uncertain Picea Ericaceae Fraxinus Populus Quercus Unknown Betulaceae "Dry" Pinus Amanthaceae Gramineae Carya Compositae
Golden Sedge (Carex lutea) On January 23, we listed the golden sedge, a perennial in the family Cyperaceae, as an endangered species.
Inland marsh grasses do not have a canopy for the leaves of Poaceae and Cyperaceae grasses which dominate in that region because they just have a maximum height of 1.
The 12 families containing 62% of the documented species are Asteraceae (31 species), Poaceae (27 species), Cyperaceae (16 species), Rosaceae (16 species), Fagaceae (eight species), Liliaceae (eight species), Polygonaceae (eight species), Brassicaceae (seven species), Fabaceae (seven species), Lamiaceae (seven species), Caprifoliaceae (five species), and Caryophyllaceae (five species).
2008, 95 m, teak forest (Tectona grandis) and path to river bank with Cyperaceae, Icacinaceae, Tridax procumbens (L.
The plant families with the most taxa were the Poaceae (78 species), Asteraceae (72 species), Fabaceae (31 species), and Cyperaceae (28 species) (Appendix I).