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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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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.
Subaerial symbiotic green algae:interactions with vascular plant hosts.
Root traces from the Holy Cross Mountains are larger and more complex than previously postulated for land vascular plants in Early Devonian time (Kenrick & Crane 1997).
The plant survey recorded a total of 379 vascular plant taxa (371 identified to at least the species level) at Goose Pond FWA, of which 286 (76%) are native to Indiana.
3 percent of the Earth's surface but contain more than half the world's vascular plants and 43 percent of terrestrial vertebrate species.
Specifically, we assessed vascular plant species diversity and moth species diversity across a series of sites representing high-quality sand prairie and sand barrens ecosystem remnants as well as their local degradation endpoints (old field and oak woodland/forest, respectively) to better understand the relationships between plant and moth communities in the region.
The following hydrobionts undergo the largest exposure: crustacean, insect larvae, vascular plants, gastropod and bivalve molluscs (Fig.
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.
Name which one of the four primitive vascular plant families actually gave rise to the living seedless vascular plants