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

By Vít Bojnanský, Agáta Fargasová

The Atlas of Seeds and end result of significant and East-European flowers offers approximately 4,800 seed illustrations, supplemented with certain seed descriptions, short plant descriptions, and data at the locality and the local resource of crops. The Carpathian plant life lined the following happens not just within the Carpathian Mountains, but additionally in huge lowlands extending in the direction of the south, north and east and comprises brought and invading plants of greater than 7,500 species. This e-book is exclusive on counts. Its scope extends to an remarkable variety of diverse plant seeds from a wide-ranging quarter. additionally, it provides descriptions in strange aspect.

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Br. 22. , Pinus omorica Panˇci´c − Tree, up to 30 m high, slender coniferous with a conical corona and arcuate branches. 2 mm. Surface smooth or faint foveolate, dark-brown with small black commas. Originally growing in the Balkan on carbonate slopes, quite resistant-pollution; cultivated for decoration in parks and forests. Br, Sk, Uk. 27. Pinus bungeana Zucc. ex Endl. − Tree, in the native country up to 20-30 m high, corona wide globose. 5 mm, membranous wings 2-5 mm long. Surface smooth, dull, brown to nigrescent, wings whitishbrown.

Shrub or up to 10-15 m high tree with large white flowers. Seeds trigonous, apex slight rounded, base narrowed, truncate on one lateral side, 9-11 x 11-13 mm. Surface of pericarps longitudinal furrowed, dull, dark reddish-brown. 2n = 114. Originally growing in eastern Asia (China); a nice ornamental cultivated in parks and gardens, in warmer zones. Cz, Hu, Ro, Sk, Uk. 88. , Buergeria stellata Siebold et Zucc. − Shrub, up to 4 m high, slowly growing woody species. Seeds obcordate, flattish, apex acuminous, base truncate, 7-8 x 8-10 mm.

Surface smooth, dull, redbrown or nigrescent. 2n = 24. Native to the subalpine positions of the Alps and the Carpathians, 1100- 2500 m; in the Carpathians rarely cultivated in parks as ornamental. Br, Pl, Ro, Sk, Uk. 24. Picea pungens Engelm. − Tree, up to 30-50 m high, with a markedly conical corona, twigs glabrous, becoming yellowish-brown. 5-4 mm. Surface fine ascending reticulate, dull, brown, wings faint lustrous, pale-brown. Native to North America; in the Carpathians often planted as ornamental in parks, in woods for timber in many cvs, drought- and pollution-resistant.

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