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IAWA Journal, Vol. 20 (4),1999: 419-429 WOOD ANATOMY OF CAPPARIS SPINOSA FROM AN ECOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE by G.K. Psaras & I. Sofroniou Section of Plant Biology, Department of Biology, University of Patras, GR 265 00 Patras, Greece SUMMARY Root and stern wood of the Mediterranean summergreen

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The intracellular distribution of chloroplasts in the mesophyll was studied in leaves taken from seven plant species from different groups: the evergreen sclerophylls Olea europaea and Nerium oleander; the drought semideciduous and seasonally dimorphic shrub Coridothymus capitatus; the winter deciduous Capparis spinosa, which grows entirely during summer; and the cultivated species Hordeum vulgare, Vigna unguiculata, and Citrus aurantium. In all leaves and mesophyll types, chloroplasts were found to line the parts of the walls exposed to the internal leaf atmosphere. The arrangement of the chloroplasts adjacent to intercellular air spaces might be a universal phenomenon facilitating the inward diffusion of CO2.

In: Israel Journal of Plant Sciences

or something similar is implied) Borago officinalis, borage Brassica alba (possibly also B. nigra ), mustard B. campestris, Chinese mustard greens, Chinese cabbage B. oleracea, western cabbage, broccoli Capparis spinosa (but probably not the substitutes they would probably

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In: Crossroads of Cuisine
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indica (9.1) Capparis spinosa (34.1) Capsella bursa-pastoris (30.43) Capsicum annuum var. annuum (62.1) Capsicum annuum var. longum (62.2) Capsicum baccatum var. baccatum (62.3) Capsicum chinense (62.4) Capsicum frutescens (62.5) Capsicum pubescens (62.6) Cardamine pratensis (30.44) Celosia spp. (23

In: Cultivated vegetables of the world: a multilingual onomasticon

. BHAT Influence of rainfall, irrigation and age on the growth periodicity and wood structure in teak (Tectona grandis) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 181 PSARAS, G. K & 1. SOFRONIOU Wood anatomy of Capparis spinosa from an ecological perspective

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' (feature 63). The following combinations are of very sporadic occurrence: 1) fibre pits not distinct1y bor- dered, i.e., pit chambers less than 3 ~ or pits simple, feature 61 present, and pits common in radial and tangential walls, feature 63 present, e.g., Capparis spinosa (Capparidaceae), Nyctan- thes

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,309,557 Calamintha officinalis Moench 304,309,335 Calendula officinalis L. 49, 150, 180,199,541,578,715 Callitriche palustris L. emend. Schotsman 234 Calluna vulgaris (L.) Hull 227,319 Calystegia sepium (L.) R. Br. 415,753 Cannabis sativa L. 555 Capparis spinosa L. 132 Capsella bursa-pastoris (L.) Medik

In: Nomina simplicium medicinarum ex synonymariis Medii Ævi collecta
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quadrivalvis, 338, 522 Camelus dromedarius, 550 Canis lupus, 552 Cannabis sativa var. indica, 370, 526 Capparis spinosa, 387, 529 Capra hircus mambrica, 414, 517 Capsicum minimum, 555 Carthamus tinctorius, 474, 543 Carum carvi, 372, 526 Carum copticum, 330, 331, 521 Cassia sp., 128 Cassia absus, 554 Cassia

In: Practical Materia Medica of the Medieval Eastern Mediterranean According to the Cairo Genizah

caper ( Ricci et al. 2001, 2003, 2008 ; Carra et al. 2012 ). Both compounds enhanced AR in apple microshoots and Capparis spinosa nodal explants ( Ricci et al. 2001 ; Carra et al. 2012 ). Use of these compounds in combination with exogenous auxin improved AR in apple stem slices and in Pinus

In: Israel Journal of Plant Sciences

): (planting) the year round. 19 Caper bush (Kabar or qabbar, Capparis spinosa): (planting) the year round. Cypress (sarw) and pine nut (?anawbar): (planting) the year round. Endive (hindiba-): (planting) the year round. Mallow (mulukhfya) Corchorus olitorius) irrigated by well water: (plan- ting) at end

In: Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient