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cryptophyte

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geophyte

a hidden plant, one in which the renewal bud is buried.
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2004 as examples) that population densities of naturally occurring geophytes, such as CWI, may be greatly underestimated due to dormancy episodes that can last a single year or more.
The vegetation, thus affected, includes shrubs, geophytes, hemi- cryptophytes, and annuals.
In addition, several studies have been published in which antioxidant and antimicrobial activities of different parts of geophyte species are studied [20-22] but as far as our literature survey could as certain, there are no reports on the antioxidant activity of the extracts and the amount of total phenolics of C.
Non-deep complex morphophysiological dormancy in seeds of the Iberian Peninsula endemic geophyte Merendera montana (Colchicaceae).
Life histories of desert geophytes --the demographic consequences of reproductive biomass partitioning patterns.
Four plant growth types occur: tall protea shrubs with large leaves, called proteoids; heathlike shrubs, the ericoids; wiry, reedlike plants, called restioids; and bulbous herbs, or geophytes.
The saffron is a sterile geophyte that produces annual renewal corms and is propagated only by them [32].
a) Raunkiaer's life-form categories (Mueller-Dombois and Ellenberg, 1974): chamaephyte (Ch), geophyte (G), therophytes (Th), herbaceous vines (Hv), holoparasites (Ho), and hemicryptophyte (H).
C Geophyte 1C castellanum Adenocarpus argyrophyllus C Microphanerophyte 1C Adenocarpus telonensis S Nanophanerophyte 2 Allium schmitzii NS Helophyte 2 Allium victorialis N Geophyte 1C Anarrhinum duriminium N Chamaephyte 2 Anarrhinum N Hemicriptophyte 1A longipedicellatum Anthemis alpestris N Chamaephyte 1C Antirrhinum cirrhigerum S Chamaephyte 2 Antirrhinum linkianum NS Chamaephyte 2 Anthyllis vulneraria N Chamaephyte 1A subsp.
Among which chamaephyte, a perennial plant that sets its dormant vegetative buds just at or above the surface of the ground; geophyte, a perennial plant that propagates by underground bulbs or tubers or corms; phanerophyte, the surviving buds or shoot apices are borne on shoots which projected into the air.
In China, crops, wild plants, tropical plants, alpine plants, halophytes, xerophyte, hydrophyte, geophyte, parasitic plants, are all found to be mycorrhizal.