Cryptogamic plants of the USSR.

by Akademii ЕЃa nauk SSSR. Botanicheskii institut.

Publisher: Israel Program for Scientific Translations in Jerusalem

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  • Cryptogams.,
  • Botany -- Russia.

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StatementEdited by V.P. Savich. [Trans. by E. Rabinovitz]
ContributionsSavich, V. P.
The Physical Object
Pagination<1> v.
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Open LibraryOL14098547M

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[V F Kuprevich; Vsevolod Pavlovič Savič; Botaničeskij Institut Imeni V.L. Komarova;]. A cryptogam (scientific name Cryptogamae) is a plant (in the wide sense of the word) that reproduces by spores, without flowers or seeds.

"Cryptogamae" (Greek κρυπτός kryptos, "hidden" + γαμέω, gameein, "to marry") means "hidden reproduction", referring to the fact that no seed is produced, thus cryptogams represent the non-seed bearing plants.

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(Flora sporovykh rastenii SSSR). Plants. PLATE XVIII 1 —11 — Distephanus crux (Ehr.) Hack. var. crux. cryptogam, in botany, term used to denote a plant that produces spores, as in algae algae [plural of Lat.

alga=seaweed], a large and diverse group of primarily aquatic plantlike organisms were previously classified as a primitive subkingdom of the plant kingdom, the thallophytes (plants that lack true roots, stems, leaves, and flowers).

Page - The same stump, if simply left to the action of the weather, might be half a century before it was fairly decayed. The appearance of such a fungus as Polyporus squamosus is the sure harbinger of speedy decay.

Nor is the case much mended supposing vegetation still to exist in the stump ; for though the mycelium cannot prey on cells full of vital energy, life is so depressed by the. Excerpt. The attention of the reader is drawn to alternate spellings of certain names appearing in the text and bibliographies.

The names of Russian authors have been transliterated in accordance with accepted rules (british Standard), except for non-russian publications or when constituting part of a name of Species or genera, in which case their names appear in the Latinized version. Scottish Cryptogamic Flora, or Coloured Figures and Descriptions of Cryptogamic Plants belonging chiefly to the Order Fungi; and by Robert Kaye Greville COVID Update May 4, Biblio is open and shipping Edition: 1st Edition.

Materials of Department of Cryptogamic Plants of Botanical Institute of Academy of Sciences of the USSR [Бот. м ат. отд. споровых раст. Бот. ин-та АН СССР] Author: Oleg Tkachenko. Vsevolod Pavlovich Savich (Savicz; 19 February – 25 May ) was a Russian headed the Section of Cryptogamic Plants of the Komarov Botanical Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the died in Leningrad in Authority control: Botanist: Savicz, ISNI:.

Abstract. Blue-green algae, lichens and mosses are common features on soil surfaces of arid and semiarid rangelands worldwide. Such plants often cover as much or more of the soil surface as vascular plants and make useful contributions to arid and semiarid ecosystems via enhanced soil stability against wind and water erosion and greater availability of by: Abstract.

A survey of the freshwater algal flora of the Primorsky Region, Russian Far East, is presented. During more than 70 years of investigations species (including varieties and forms taxa) belonging to genera of different groups of algae have been recorded from this by: 3.

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Language: Russian. This volume contains information on component composition and biological activity of species of monocots belonging to genera and 33 families from Butomaceae to Typhaceae. Descriptions are based on a generalization of domestic and foreign literature.

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About this book. Language: English with Russian names. In a book for gardeners and botanists alike, Dr. Tatyana Shulkina distills a lifetime of scientific training and practical horticultural experience with the plants of the teritories of the former Soviet Union.

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Less than seven years after Mikhail Gorbachev came to power—first as secretary general of the Communist Party, later also as president of the Soviet Union—the dramatic changes in the Soviet system that he initiated culminated in the unraveling of the East European empire, the dissolution of the Soviet state, and the emergence of fifteen independent states in its former territory.

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French. No cover image. The Origin of Russian Communism. BO Cryptogamic Botany I- Algae and Fungi (60L) BO Biochemistry and Plant Physiology (60L) BO Genetics and Plant Breeding (60L) An open book test 10 Marks B.

End Semester Examination (ESE) 50 Marks Pteridospermales w.r.t general characters- Lyngiopteris, Heterangium, Medullosa, Neuropteris, Glossopteris, and Caytonia.

sive studies of cryptogamic plants of the tundra zone (Elenkin, ; Brotherus, ). Of great significance for the development of biological investigations in the Arctic were the numerous expeditions undertaken in the s to Novaya Zemlya, which soon became in some way a standard of arctic nature.

In that period, one. Cryptogamic Epiphytes with Special Reference to the Netherlands. Chapters I and II of that thesis are the same as those of the book discussed here while Chapters III-V of the thesis contain only a summary of the same chapters of the book under review.

In Chapter I the author outlines the scope of his research and describes the regions investigated. The ornamental plants commonly grown in our parks and gardens have come from all over the world. Some of them came from lands that, until recently, were parts of the Soviet Union.

These plants include trees, shrubs, and perennials which brought natural beauty to the cities of Europe and North America.Biodiversity Conservation in Transboundary Protected Areas. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / shows the apparently greater sensitivity of cryptogamic plants to environmental conditions (% of moss species extinct and % of lichens.This study produced a dataset containing information on moss occurrences in the territory of Yugyd Va National Park, located in the Subpolar and Northern Urals, European North-East Russia.