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vascular plant

any member of the division TRACHEOPHYTA, possessing a specialized transport system formed of VASCULAR BUNDLES.
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In chapter one, "Evolutionary significance of bryophytes," the authors build a firm comparative morphological case regarding bryophytes as embryophytes along with the other terrestrial plants, the vascular plants. The vascular plants (tracheophytes) of our biosphere are the ferns and fern allies (pteridophytes), the non-flowering seed plants (gymnosperms), and the flowering seed plants (angiosperms).
New records of vascular plants for Ohio and Cuyahoga County, Ohio.
The systematic collection of vascular plants of the Dale County Lake study area began in May of 1998 and continued through August of 2000.
Omitting the old stems of Cassiope, the aboveground biomass of vascular plants had increased by a mean of 47% across all fertilizer treatments as compared to the unfertilized treatments at the heath and by 89% at the fellfield, whereas the difference between controls and fertilized reference plots was 63% at the heath and 182% at the fellfield.
At least one in eight of the world's known vascular plant species is under threat of extinction, according to the World Conservation Union's new 7-pound, 800-page 1997 IUCN Red List of Threatened Plants.
Flora of the Four Corners Region: Vascular Plants of the San Juan River Drainage, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah
When the specimens were first discovered, Ulloa and her team compared the plant to the country's checklist and the new Catalogo de las Plantas Vasculares de Honduras (the Catalogue of Vascular Plants of Honduras), but did not find a match nor could assign it to any previously known Central American plant genus or family.
Keywords: Vascular plants, Indiana, distribution records, county records, state records
A final chapter contains a checklist of vascular plants of the island.
This value is similar to an FACW rating used for wetland vascular plants (Reed, 1988).
Jess Wagstaff is an impressive and up-to-date encyclopedic compendium that defines the know set of toxic vascular plants of the world using accepted botanic names; provides support toxicity information for each plant from references to primary literature; and cross-references selected toxic plant synonyms and common names.