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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Van Eseltine, G.P. (Glen Parker), Allies of Selaginella rupestris in the southeastern United :// Selaginella rupestris and its allies. Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 1– CrossRef Google Scholar. Tryon R. The process of evolutionary migration in species of Selaginella. Brittonia 89– Buy this book on publisher's site; Reprints and Permissions; Personalised recommendations. Cite :// S. tamariscina Spring var. pulvinata (Kumaon to Assam), known as Hatthaajodi, is used as an age-sustaining tonic and has been credited with the property of prolonging life. A decoction is prescribed for amenorrhoea, bleeding piles and prolapse of rectum. A decoction of S. wallichii Spring (hilly regions of north-eastern India), known as Hatthaajodi, is prescribed after :// However, its potential biomass production is low and establishment Jr. Selaginella rupestris and its allies. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden. 42(1):  USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. Stephen Francis. Selaginella densa Rydb. and its chemical control. Bozeman, MT: Montana State University
Selaginella Group of S. rupestris 1 copy. Selaginella rupestris and Its Allies. (Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard., ) 1 copy. The fern genus Doryotperis in Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul, ∫Book-Labor and Monopoly Capital (1) Variations in microsporangia and microspore dispersal in Selaginella. American Journal of Botany.  Tryon, Rolla M., Jr. Selaginella rupestris and its allies. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden. 42(1):  Wagner, Stephen Francis. Selaginella densa Rydb. and its chemical :// 2 days ago The oospore completes its development within the megasporangium and the young embryo grows into a seedling, develop primary root and then falls on the ground (Fig. 18). Life Cycle Patterns of Selaginella: Selaginella is a sporophytic plant (2x) and produces two different types of spores i.e., microspores and :// Some of the species are rather small (a few centimstres) resembling mosses while others may grow even to a length of 20 metres. 58 species are recorded by Alston () from India which include Selaginella rupestris, S. pentagona, S. megaphylla, S. proniflora, S. ciliaris, S. delicatula, S. chiysocaulos, S. pallidissima, S. sanguinolenta, etc. S. kraussiana from Africa is commonly grown in
Selaginella rupestris var. acanthonota Selaginella rupestris (Linnaeus) Spring, var. acanthonota (Underwood) Clute, Fern Allies , BASIONYM: Selaginella acanthonota Underwood Selaginella arenicola subsp. riddellii?id= Selaginella apoda is an appropriate model species because of its short life cycle and ease of cultivation. To work effectively with a model species, it is important to understand its morphology In the present study, DNA sequences of one plastid (rbcL) and one nuclear (ITS) locus from accessions representing approximately species of Selaginella worldwide were used to infer a /_Cytomorphological_variation_in_Selaginella. Andrew SalywomTherrien, J. P. Phylogeny of Selaginella subgenus Director at Large Tetragonostachys based on nuclear and chloroplast DNA [email protected] sequence data. PhD Dissertation, University of Kansas. Sue SmithTryon, Rolla M. Jr. Selaginella rupestris and its ://