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Competition/colonization syndrome mediated by early germination in non-dispersing achenes in the heteromorphic species Crepis sancta.
"We found the weed just a few days before my 40th birthday and it's always been an ambition of mine to break a world record - it's the best present I could ever have hoped for!" Toby added: "Most world records seem to be set by adults so it's cool that we discovered this plant together and that I get to be a Guinness World Record holder too!" A Guinness World Records spokeswoman said: "We are delighted to be able to ratify the achievement of the tallest Crepis plant.
Although the number of analyzed species is insufficient, it is important to note that the exotesta with thick-walled cells seems to be relevant in the species of the two genera of the subfamily Cichorioideae (Elephantopus and Crepis) (PALLONE; SOUZA, 2014).
The town Crepis and the country Crepis: how does fragmentation affect a plant-pollinator interaction?
White sweetclover (Melilotus albus) and narrowleaf hawksbeard (Crepis tectorum) seed germination after passing through moose.
Study of Pollen fertility of the genus Crepis and Tragopogon from Pakistan.
Si je prends la mosquee de la Casbah, les murs etaient crepis au ciment et il faut donc faire un decrepissage.
This assumption was verified by testing the effect of Mediterranean plant extracts (Crepis vesicaria L, Origanum heracleoticum, Scandix australis L, Amaranthus sp., Scolymus hispanicus L, and Thymus piperella L) on oxidative DNA damage induced in lymphocytes by [H.sub.2][O.sub.2] in relation to their polyphenolic content using comet assay [93].
Ronce, "Phenotypic plasticity for dispersal ability in the seed heteromorphic Crepis sancta (Asteraceae)," Oikos, vol.
Des son entree dans cette piece aux murs epais crepis a la chaux, le P.
Variation in heteroblastic succession among populations of Crepis tectorum.