Hairs on the adaxial surfaces of the rachises and costae clavate, 1-3(-4)-celled, the apical cell often enlarged and apparently glandular; rhizome
scales denticulate; perispores with uninterrupted folds and finely echinulate surfaces.
Initial measures of within treatment patch height, patch width, changes in percent cover, species diversity, rhizome
length and incidence were compared with those gathered at the end of the experiment (Jul 12, 2012).
has a long history of usage in many countries: at least 2000 years in China and India.
Prevent the rhizomes
from shriveling by moistening as needed.
A single rhizome
system may cover hundreds of square feet (Hauke, 1963).
grandiflora can be propagated both by seeds and rhizome
cuttings, with the former being reported as the best propagule (Anonymous 2008).
Methanol extracts of rhizomes
of the plant reportedly contained six polyoxygenated cyclohexane derivatives identified as (-)-6-acetylzeylenol (I), four acylated derivatives of 1-benzoyloxymethyl-1,6- epoxycyclohexan-2,3,4,5-tetrol (III-VI), a Diels-Alder adduct of 3-benzoyl-1-benzoyloxymethylcyclohexa-4,6dien-2,3-diol (VII), and a triacylated derivative of salicin (IX), in addition to (-)-zeylenol (II), and crotepoxide (VIII).
Ground elder is another invasive nuisance, its underground rhizomes
taking hold and often smothering those of neighbouring plants.
cultivation is a labor-intensive process involving multiple machines and costly manual selection and grading.
Arborescent thought can subsume a rhizome
and flatten its cartographic possibilities.
every bit of root or rhizome
will grow into a new plant," he warns.
In this study, we focused our efforts on determining the faunal composition specifically from rhizome
clumps of A.