Download Atlas of Seeds and Fruits of Central and East-European by Vít Bojnanský, Agáta Fargasová PDF

Download Atlas of Seeds and Fruits of Central and East-European by Vít Bojnanský, Agáta Fargasová PDF

By Vít Bojnanský, Agáta Fargasová

The Atlas of Seeds and end result of critical and East-European vegetation offers approximately 4,800 seed illustrations, supplemented with specified seed descriptions, short plant descriptions, and knowledge at the locality and the local resource of crops. The Carpathian vegetation lined right here happens not just within the Carpathian Mountains, but in addition in huge lowlands extending in the direction of the south, north and east and contains brought and invading plant life of greater than 7,500 species. This e-book is exclusive on counts. Its scope extends to an unheard of variety of assorted plant seeds from a wide-ranging quarter. additionally, it offers descriptions in strange aspect.

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Native to southeastern Europe, western Asia; planted in parks (also in var. ), hybrids with C. colurna grown in orchards for fruits. Cz, Hu, Ro, Sk, Uk. 133. , O. vulgaris Willd. − Tree, up to 20 m high, with a brown fissured bark. 5-3 mm. Surface of the sac covered by a drab network of veins, drab-ribbed, green to darkbrown. 2n = 16. Native to southern Europe and Asia Minor; seldom planted in parks as ornamental. Hu, Ro, Sk, Uk. 17. FAGACEAE 134. Corylus americana Walt. − Shrub, up to 3 m high, young twigs downy.

2n = 42, 56. Native to the mountains of central Europe, on peatbogs. Cz, Pl, Ro, Sk. 119. Betula lutea Michx. − Tree, up to 30 m high, young twigs tomentose, bark yellowish or silverishgrey. 8 mm. Surface slight lustrous, pale-brown. Native to North America; in the Carpathians rarely cultivated in parks. Br, Mo. 114. , B. , B. wutaica Mayr. − Ornamental tree, up to 20 m high, with reddish to brown bark, loosening in small scales. 1 mm. Surface longitudinal fine furrowed, slight lustrous, brown, wings pale-brown.

3 mm. Surface faint foveolate, lustrous, brown, wings indistinct brown. 2n = 28. Native to Eurasia, common in lowland wet forests, near water streams or on wet grounds; throughout the Carpathians. 122. Betula papyrifera Marsh. − Shrub or tree, up to 30 m high, often multi-trunked, bark white, paperly released. 1 mm. Surface fine longitudinal furrowed, slight lustrous, reddish-brown, wings translucent. 2n = 84. Native to North America, often planted in forests for good-quality wood; in the Carpathians often in parks as a nice decorative tree.

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