A Field Guide to Southwestern and Texas Wildflowers by Theodore F. Niehaus PDF

By Theodore F. Niehaus

ISBN-10: 0395936128

ISBN-13: 9780395936122

Этот справочник охватывает 1505 видов дикорастущих цветов, группируя их по окраске и внешнему виду для облегчения сопоставления растений и их изображений. Книга содержит более 1500 иллюстраций.
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As far as 3 Olive Genetic Resources presently known, there is no immediate reason for concern about demographic bottlenecks in wild olive populations (Belaj et al. 2007). In addition to the wild and cultivated form, other five O. europaea subspecies are also recognized as primary resource for the cultivated olive (Green 2002; Brito et al. 2008). They have been distinguished into the following: (a) laperrinei, present in the Saharan massifs; (b) cuspidata, spread in Africa, from South Africa to southern Egypt, and in Asia, from Arabia to northern India and southwest China; (c) guanchica, only recognized in the Canary Islands; (d) maroccana, only known in southwestern Morocco; and (e) cerasiformis, present in Madeira islands (Green 2002).

However, among the aforementioned morphological traits, those related to the endocarp have been recognized as the most effective, due to their high discrimination capacity, low sensitivity to environmental conditions, capacity of long conservation, and easiness of exchange among collections (Fendri et al. 2010; D’Imperio et al. 2011; Trujillo et al. 2014). Recently, image analysis has been suggested as an alternative method to allow a fast and automatic data capture of main plant organs (Vanloot et al.

Ann Bot 104:143–160 Chartzoulakis K, Patakas A, Bosabalidis A (1999) Changes in water relations, photosynthesis and leaf anatomy induced by intermittent drought in two olive cultivars. Environ Exp Bot 42:113–120 Connor DJ, Fereres E (2005) The physiology of adaptation and yield expression in olive. In: Janick (ed) Horticultural reviews. Wiley, Portland, pp 155–229 Cuevas J, Polito VS (2004) The role of staminate flowers in the breeding system of Olea europaea (Oleaceae): an andromonoecious, wind-pollinated taxon.

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