ARISTOLOCHIA BAETICA PDF

A woody-based twining climber or rambling ground cover with small heart- shaped pointed glaucous gray-green leaves abundant tubular purple funnel- shaped. A hardy climber from Portugal with brown-purple to red flowers in the shape of a pipe. Aristolochia baetica L. is an accepted name. This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Aristolochia (family Aristolochiaceae). The record derives .

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Aristolochia baetica 7, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen. Given that the number of efficiently pollinated flowers was always higher than that of ripe fruits, and that xenogamous hand-pollination did not increase fruit set in relation to open-pollination, the final fruit production of A.

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In this paper, we investigate factors that affect fruit set in Aristolochia baetica Aristolochiaceaea Mediterranean pipevine found in southwest Spain. Fruit production was monitored in two populations over 4 yearsand the causes of flower or fruit loss were determined. Aristolochia baetica 28, Saxifraga-Jan van der Straaten. Aristolochia baetica 32, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen. Aristolochia baetica 6, Saxifraga-Jan van der Straaten. Aristolochia baetica 22, Saxifraga-Jan van der Straaten.

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Moreover, the initiated fruits that finally abort could also satiate predators, contributing to increase progeny fitness.

Aristolochia baetica 18, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen. Aristolochia baetica 21, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen. Aristolochia baetica 27, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen. Aristolochia baetica 31, Saxifraga-Jan van der Straaten. Experimental hand-pollinations were performed, and germinated pollen grains on the stigmas of open-pollinated flowers were quantified.

Low fruit set is common in many plant species and may be caused by a variety of factors, such as predation, resource limitation or deficient pollination, or it may be an evolutionary strategy. Aristolochia baetica 10, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen.

Fruit abortion of effectively pollinated flowers supports the idea that resource availability limits fruit set. Aristolochia baetica 12, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen. Aristolochia baetica 15, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen. Aristolochia baetica 9, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen. Aristolochia baetica 26, Saxifraga-Jan van der Straaten.

Aristolochia baetica 2, Saxifraga-Dirk Hilbers. Aristolochia baetica 30, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen. Aristolochia baetica 24, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen.

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Aristolochia baetica 3, Saxifraga-Piet Zomerdijk. Aristolochia baetica 20, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen. Aristolochia baetica 25, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen. Aristolochia baetica 8, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen. Aristolochia baetica 16, Saxifraga-Jan van der Straaten.

Aristolochia baetica

Aristolochia baetica 29, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen. Aristolochia baetica 11, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen.

Aristolochia baetica 23, Saxifraga-Jan van der Straaten. Aristolochia baetica 14, Saxifraga-Jan van der Straaten.

Aristolochia baetica 4, Saxifraga-Jan van der Straaten. Aristolochia baetica 17, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen. Aristolochia baetica 5, Saxifraga-Jan van der Straaten.

Aristolochia baetica 13, Saxifraga-Jan van der Straaten. Aristolochia baetica 19, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen.