Palaeostachya striata, a species that we consider synonymous with Palaeostachya elongata, is often regarded as the strobilus
of Asterophyllites longifolius.
In the Municipality of Hobo, an elongated pollen strobilus
at pollen release stage was observed harboring clavicorn beetles of the genus Pharaxonotha Reitt.
The Jade Robbery horse is as honest as the day is long, and Dettori's association with him goes back to a short-head success from Strobilus
in the Group 1 Gran Criterium at San Siro when the five-year-old was with Mark Johnston.
conifer: Any of a group of plants that produce a strobilus
or cone as a reproductive structure.
Lupulone--an antibiotic extracted from the strobilus
Winner of the last of his four two-year-old starts, Aureate showed plenty of ability ( most notably when placing behind the useful Strobilus
Winner of the last of his four two-year-old starts, Aureate showed plenty of ability - most notably when placing behind the useful Strobilus
looked a potentially smart performer when defying top weight in the lingfieldpark.
masculus solitarius, cylindraceo-conicus usque ad cylindraceo-ovoideum, apice obtuso, flaveus-virideusgriseus dum iuvenis, pedunculo brevi partim obtecto cataphyllis elongatis.
In plants with imperfect flowers, Allison (1990) reported a significant decrease in production of male strobili of Taxus canadensis after simulated deer browsing, whereas female strobilus
production was much less affected.
Development of the ovulate strobilus
and young ovule of Zamia floridana.
That the ovule-bearing strobilus
(conelet) of extant conifers (i.
moorei plants produce seeds on a large strobilus
(megasporophyll) which typically contain 300-360 seeds (Jones 1993:44; Low 1991:138; Rolf Kyburz pers.
Performance on the Denver II Screening Test (Denver II) was assessed using the validated Brazilian version (Pedromonico, Bargatto, & Strobilus
The finish of the year was provided by Kirklees and Strobilus
in the Gran Criterium.