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small asexual reproductive structure in e

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For example, fugitive and pioneer species tend to be more reproductive in spore and/or gemmae production than later seral species.
Abanech: cingulum sacerdotale rotundum, polimita arte ex cocco, purpura iacinctoque contextum, ita ut flores atque gemmae in eo esse uiderentur distinctae.
The simple non-composites are then divided into earths (terrae, Book II), "congealed juices" (succi concreti, Books III and IV), stones (lapides, subdivided into common stones / lapides / Book V, precious stones / gemmae / Book VI, marbles / marmora / Book VII, rocks / saxa / Book VII) and metals and related materials (metalla et rei metallicae, Books VIII and IX).
produces gemmae or bulbils along the rachis, at the base of the pinnae.
24-28, 76-80, 85-93, 96-97): "Omnia qui mecum mea porto dixerat, auri / nil tulit aut gemmae, sed veri conscia secum / mens secreta boni penirus gaudebat, et omnem / contemnens sorrem, vacuis exire Prienen / libera et erectis humeris.
de Bermudez de Pedraza (Granada, Francisco Sanchez, 1639); Officium beatae Mariae Virginis (Amberes, Officina plantiniana, 1625); Gemmae et sculpturae antiquae depictae de Leonardo Agostini (Franeker, Leonardum Strik, 1699); y Excelencias de San Pedro, Principe de los Apostoles, Vicario Universal de Iesuchristo Nuestro Bien.
affinis, sed differt indumento gemmae, petiolis, pedicello et calycis tuberculato-stellatus vel tuberculato-floccosus, et in foliis late ovatas, longe acuminatas (acumen usque ad 5 cm longis) et basi manifeste cordatas, sinu 1-4 cm profundo, nervis primariis (7) 8-10(11) supra excavatus, superficie supra manifeste bullata el subtus manifeste reticulatobullatus, prominens.