Occurrence of Polypodium × mantoniae and new localities for P. interjectum in the Czech Republic confirmed using flow cytometry Polypodium × mantoniae anovélokality P. interjectum vČeskérepublice, potvrzenépomocíprůtokové cytometrie PetrBureš 1, LubomírTichý 1, Yi-FengWang 2 ...
191 PHYTOLOGIA BALCANICA 12 (2): 191–202, Sofia, 2006 Polypodium interjectum and P. ×mantoniae (Polypodiaceae: Pteridophyta), new to the Bulgarian flora
II.1 I NTRODUCTION This assessment report was initially suggested to be on polypody root. However, according to the botanical description of Polypodium vulgare L., the correct designation for this plant part should be rhizome and not root.
Photoprotective properties of a hydrophilic extract of the fern Polypodium leucotomos on human skin cells. Alonso-Lebrero
Hybrid spores in Polypodium are colourless contrasting with the yellow-gold colour of viable spores and frequently sporangia do not dehisce. Polypodium cambricum L. P. interjectum Shivas P. vulgare L. Leaves 5-50 cm long, yellow-green, new leaves produced autumn/winter; turning yellow and dying down in late ...
skin anti-aging and anti-carcinogenic effects of lutein, and polypodium leucotomos. n. philips biology and
The effect of tree height and diameter on relative abundance of epiphytic Polypodium glycyrrhiza By Dang Do Abstract The species diversity of epiphytic ferns in the old growth forest at Seward Park is very limited.
Literature Cited Hoffman, G. L., E. V. Raikova, and W. G. Yoder, 1974: Polypodium sp. (Coelenterata) found in North American sturgeons. Journal of Parasitology61, 772-774.
Polypodium aurem Rabbit's Foot Fern Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 http://www.plantoftheweek.org/ ©2007 Cal's Plant of the Week Department of Botany-Microbiology, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK 73019 All rights ...
Examine the Polypodium leaflet cross-section and add and/or label: upper and lower epidermis, chlorenchyma, xylem, phloem, receptacle,leptosporangium, stomate, and guard cells into the illustration below. 9.b.