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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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Experts focused on the occurrence of vascular plants (multicellular green plants adapted to life on land) in deciduous, coniferous and Mediterranean hardwood forests.
A linear mixed model with R Statistics [50] function "lmer" in package lme4 (with sample plot as a random variable) was applied to clarify the plantation type effect on single tree growth characteristics and to clarify the plantation type effect on vegetation-plot-level estimates of vascular plant, bryophyte and Fabaceae species.
(The list of casual alien species in our database is based on data gathered over the last two centuries.) From the 1280 vascular plant species of Tallinn (the number of Tallinn vascular plant species excluding casual alien species) and from the 1168 species (the number of Tallinn vascular plant species excluding both micro-species and casual alien species), 10 000 random samples of 562 species were drawn (562 is the number of species recorded on 10 areas of our field inventories).
Subaerial symbiotic green algae:interactions with vascular plant hosts.
The vascular plant team reported 123 potentially new county records.
The recent multi-region report of the first resurvey seven years after the establishment of the GLORIA sites in Europe (PAULI & al., 2012) has clearly confirmed that changes in vascular plant species exist.
Defined by vascular plant assemblages (Groves et al., 2000), coarse filters are assumed to be representative of other taxa and to serve as a planning surrogate for poorly understood taxa such as invertebrates (Hunter, 1991, 2005).
The total exposure dose rate of reference organisms having received the largest exposure to natural radionuclides in Lake Druksiai Crustacean Th-232 <1% Ra-226 9% U-238 90% Vascular plant Th-232 <1% Ra-226 2% U-238 97% Insect larvae Th-232 <1% Ra-226 9% U-238 90% Bivalve mollusc Th-232 <1% Ra-226 20% U-238 79% Note: Table made from pie chart.
Twin Mounds and Twin Shelters hill prairies were visited during the growing seasons of 2009 and 2010 to collect vascular plant specimens and study the composition and structure of the prairie vegetation.
For example, more than 4,000 plant species introduced into North America during the last 400 years now grow wild here; they now constitute nearly 2o percent of the continent's vascular plant biodiversity.
Special attention was given to those vascular plant species on the PETS Plant Species List provided by the Shoal Creek Ranger District office.