Onoclea


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A study of the cytoplasmic inclusions during sporogenesis in Onoclea sensibilis.
High school players such as Onoclea performed alongside music majors, recreational saxophonists and professional musicians.
The filicalean genera Matonia, Dennstaedtia, Adiantum, and Pteridium occur in a pectinate arrangement at successively more distal nodes below a clade that consists of Cyathea + Acrostichum as sister group to Onoclea + Polypodium.
Heterozygosity for recessive lethals in homosporous fern populations: Thelypteris palustris and Onoclea sensibilis.
Lycopus sinuatus, Solidago lanceolata, Spiroea salicifolia, Antennaria margaraticea, Prunella, Rumex acetosella, Raspberries, Wool-grass, Onoclea, etc.
Fern moth Herpetogramma theseusalis (Walker) (Crambidae: Pyraustinae) (henceforth, moth) larvae in coastal Maine, USA, feed on both sensitive Onoclea sensibilis (Dryopteridaceae) and marsh Thelypteris palustris (Thelypteridaceae) ferns (Morse, 2009).
The ferns Onoclea sensibilis (sensitive fern) and Osmunda regalis (royal fern) were the dominant herbaceous species encountered (Table 2).
Stelar morphology: experimental observations on the relation between leaf development and stelar morphology in species of Dryopteris and Onoclea.
ONOCLEA {on-oh-KLEE-uh} Linnaeus 1753 * Sensitive Fern * [Greek onos, vessel, and kleiein, to close; son are inclosed by inrolled leaf margins.
Experimental observations on the development of buds in Onoclea sensibilis and in species of Dryopteris.
Klekowski (1984) estimated a genomic mutation rate to embryonic lethals for two species of ferns, Onoclea sensibilis and Matteuccia struthiopteris, as U = 0.