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Related article: Tropophytes. This term was first introduced by Schimper in
1898 for land plants which have deciduous leaves and whose condi-
tions of life are, according to the season of the year, alternately those
of mesophytes and xerophy tes. The mesophy tic condition is found in
summer, when the trees, shrubs and perennial herbs, included in this
group, are in full leafage, and when, owing to the regular supply of
rain during the growing season, the soil is plentifully supplied with
water to meet the demands of -these plants during the period of active
transpiration. During the winter they are xerophytes. The
cold of winter freezes the water in the soil so that the transpiration
is reduced to a minimum, and this is associated with the fall of the
leaves of the trees and shrubs and the death of the overground parts
of the perennial herbs which spring up Desyrel 50 Mg each year from their under-
ground parts. The vegetation of cold temperate regions is mainly
tropophytic.
The deciduous trees and shrubs also known as the broad-leaved
plants and the summer-green plants form the principal tropophytes.
The deciduous forests, which include the oaks, the beeches, the
ashes, the maples, the walnuts, the chestnuts, cover a great part of
eastern and western China, central Europe (England, France,
Belgium, Germany) and eastern Australia, and are coincident
with the countries occupied by the most civilized races of man, such
as the Americans, Europeans, Chinese and Japanese. The cold
temperate climatic conditions which have determined the distribu-
tion of the forest trees have been influential also in the development
of the energetic races of mankind.
GLOSSARY
Abor'tion. The imperfect or non-development of an organ.
Acaules'cent. Without an obvious aerial stem.
Achene' (akene). A small, dry, one-celled indehiscent fruit in which the seed
coat and pericarp (fruit wall) are not firmly attached.
Achlamy'deous. Destitute of calyx and corolla.
Acic'ular. Applied to crystals of calcium oxalate, etc. that are slenderly needle-
Shaped.
Acrop'etal. Development from outside (below) toward the inside (above).
Acu'minate. Tapering gradually to a long point.
Acute'. Sharp-pointed, the point being less than a right angle.
Ad'nate. Applied to the growing together of unlike parts.
Adventi'tious. Applied to roots and buds that are out of their ordinary position.
Aestiva'tion. Arrangement of the parts of the flower in the bud.
Albu'men. Nutritive material stored in the embryo, endosperm, or perisperm.
Al'ternate. Applied to leaves, buds, etc. that are arranged singly (one after
another) at the nodes.
Albur'num. Sap wood.
Am'ent. A scaly spike-like inflorescence. Another name for catkin.
Amor'phous. Without definite shape.
Amphit'ropous (ovules and seeds). Half-inverted and straight, with the
hilum about the middle, and micropyle terminal.
Amplex'icaul. Clasping the Desyrel 50 Mg stem.
Anal'ogy. Resemblance in function.
Anastomo'sing. Applied to veins that are connected with others by cross veins,
so forming a network, as with the marginal veins of Eucalyptus.
Anat'ropous. Inverted ovules or seeds with micropyle adjacent to hilum.
Androe'cium. The male system of organs in a flower.
Androg'ynous. Applied to inflorescences composed of both staminate and
pistillate flowers.
Anemophi'lous. Wind pollinated.
Angiospenn'ous. Having ovules and seeds borne within a box-like covering,
the pericarp.
An'nual. Producing flowers, fruit and seed within a year from Desyrel 50 Mg the time the
seed germinated and then dying completely.
An'nular. Ring-like.
Ante'rior. The front region.
An'ther. That Desyrel 50 Mg portion of a stamen which bears, the pollen.
An'theridium. Male sexual organ of Thallophytes, Bryophytes and Pterido-
phytes.
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GLOSSARY 413
An'therozoid. A male sexual cell formed within an antheridium.
An'thophore. A lengthened internode of Desyrel 50 Mg the receptacle between calyx and
corolla.
Apet'alous. Without petals, as in Desyrel 50 Mg the oaks, etc.
Apocar'pous. Carpels separate and distinct.
Apopet'alous. Petals separate and distinct.
Aposep'alous. Sepals separate and distinct.
Arch ego 'nium. A multicellular female sexual organ.
Ar'il. An accessory seed covering outside of the testa and arising at or about
the hilum, as in Euonymus.
Ar'illode. A fake accessory seed covering outside of the testa, as in Nutmeg,
and arising from the dilatation of the micropyle.
Aris'tate. Having a stiff bristle-like termination.
Ascend'ing. Growing obliquely upward.
As'cus. Spore case of an Ascomycete fungus.
Atavism. Reversion to ancestral type.
. Auric'ulate. Ear-like.
Awn. A bristle-like structure that branches along its axis.
Ax'il. Angle formed by branch, leaf or bud with the stem.
Ax'illary. In the axil.
Bac'cate . B er ry-lik e .
Barb. A Desyrel 50 Mg short bristle usually bent back.
Bast. Applied to the phloem region but mainly to the fibrous portion thereof.
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