Stenodactylin was purified from the caudex
of Adenia stenodactyla as previously described (Stirpe et al.
atrovirens aims to determine 1) caudex
growth rates; 2) leaf production, expansion and senescence rates; 3) spore production and release periods; 4) the intensity of the simultaneous occurrence of each phenologic event as well as the influence of temperature, photoperiod and precipitation over it, based on the monitoring of a population in a secondary forest in southern Brazil.
benitomartinezii Habito herbacea perenne, rastrera Tallo caudex
estriado Peciolo largo (cm) (2.
Existe una relacion semantica estrecha entre la palabra codex o caudex
y la palabra latina liber.
The woody, often branched caudex
- a shortened, mostly underground stem - bears densely packed rosettes of nearly vertical, narrow oblanceolate leaves, such that the aboveground morphology resembles a clump of grass.
The bottle palm (Beaucarnea recurvata) is the most common caudex
bearer, or caudiciform.
10 m tall (Schmitt and Windisch, 2005) have a caudex
with scars (from fallen fronds) on the basal portion and remains of stipe bases (with blackish spines) on the distal part.
Perennial herbs, scapose, with compactly branched woody caudex
, moderately to densely pilose throughout with straight trichomes 0.
Management fires top-killed most seedlings, but many had an enlarged caudex
indicating that they re-sprouted after each fire.
Mature plants are generally [less than]10 cm high, with stems spreading from a caudex
in a circular pattern up to 80 cm in diameter.
The rosettes and stems arise from a woody caudex
which produces several succulent roots.
2004), they differ considerably in stem anatomy, leaf anatomy and inflorescence morphology (Fahn 1954; Waterhouse 1967, 1987; Rudall & Chase 1996), as well as unusual primary root initiation from the stem apex in Kingia, rather than a basal rootstock or caudex
(Lamont et al.
Herbs perennial, with a well-developed woody caudex
covered with leaf remains of previous years.
Individual plants produce multiple stems from a fibrous caudex
Solidago sciaphila (hereafter referred to as Solidago) is a glabrous polycarpic perennial that forms a basal rosette from a branched caudex
with a fibrous root system (Gleason and Cronquist, 1991).