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

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

Aristolochia baetica 25, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen.

In this paper, we investigate factors that affect fruit set in Aristolochia baetica Aristolochiaceaea Mediterranean pipevine found in southwest Spain. Experimental hand-pollinations were performed, and germinated pollen grains on the stigmas of open-pollinated flowers were quantified. Aristolochia baetica 10, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen. Aristolochia baetica 11, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen. Aristolochia baetica 14, Saxifraga-Jan van der Straaten.

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Aristolochia baetica 30, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen. Aristolochia baetica 32, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen. Aristolochia baetica 18, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen. Aristolochia baetica 22, Saxifraga-Jan van der Straaten.

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Aristolochia baetica 29, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen. Aristolochia baetica 5, Saxifraga-Jan van der Straaten. Aristolochia baetica 17, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen. Aristolochia baetica 23, Saxifraga-Jan van der Straaten.

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Aristolochia baetica 21, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen. Aristolochia baetica 27, Saxifraga-Willem van Aristolocbia. 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. Fruit abortion of effectively pollinated flowers supports the idea that resource availability limits fruit set. Aristolochia baetica 16, Saxifraga-Jan van der Straaten. Aristolochia baetica batica, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen.

Aristolochia baetica 2, Saxifraga-Dirk Hilbers. Aristolochia baetica 3, Saxifraga-Piet Zomerdijk. Aristolochia baetica 7, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen.

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Aristolochia baetica 9, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen.

Aristolochia baetica 31, Saxifraga-Jan van der Straaten. Aristolochia baetica 4, Saxifraga-Jan van der Straaten. Fruit production was monitored in two populations over 4 yearsand the causes of flower or fruit loss were determined. Aristolochia baetica 19, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen. Aristolochia baetica 6, Saxifraga-Jan van der Straaten.

Aristolochia baetica – Wikipedia

Aristolochia baetica 15, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen. Aristolochia baetica 12, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen.

Aristolochia baetica 8, Saxifraga-Willem van Kruijsbergen. Aristolochia baetica 13, Saxifraga-Jan van der Straaten.

Aristolochia baetica 26, Saxifraga-Jan van der Straaten.