Caltha


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Caltha

 

a genus of plants of the family Ranunculaceae (but-tercup). These are perennial herbs with cordate or reniformleaves. The perianth is simple and corolliform; it is primarilygolden-yellow. There are approximately 20 species, distributedin the temperate and arctic regions of the northern hemisphere.In the USSR there are eight or nine species. The most commonis the marsh marigold (Caltha palustris), which grows inswamps, in damp areas, and near bodies of water. The marshmarigold (double-flowered varieties) and C. polypetala are cul-tivated as ornamentals.

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2 bryophytes are less frequent, although characterised by Dicranoloma hariotii, and there is a greater presence of vascular species such as Tetroncium magellanicum, Acaena pumila, Caltha appendiculata and Carpha schoenoides.
Species Collection State State Global Site (*) Status[dagger] Rank[dagger] Rank[dagger] (1) (2) (3) Ferns Dryopteris OS T S2 G5 cristata Woodwardia OR S S2 G5 virginica Dicots Caltha QU E S1 G5 palustris Hypericum OS E S1 G5 ellipticum Solidago ST E S1 G3/G4 Q lancifolia Stellaria QU E S1 G5 longifolia Vacciniurn OR T S2 G4 macrocarpon Monocots Cypripedium JO S S4 G5 acaule Eriophorum OR E S1/S2 G5 virginicum Glyceria JO S S1 G5 laxa * John's Bog (JO), Orchard Bog (OR), Osborne Bog (OS), Stoney Creek Bog (ST), Quarry Bog (QU) [dagger] Information for state status, state rank and global rank is based on the Tennessee Natural Heritage Program rare plant list (Tennessee Division of Natural Heritage, 2008).
Se observa con claridad en la Tabla 1 que en los numeros de ordenamiento, reunidos a la derecha, tienden a desaparecer los elementos floristicos comunes de la Alianza Calthion sagittatae, como ser Caltha sagittata, Valeriana macrorhiza, Poa andina, Aster glabrifolius, Patosia clandestina, no obstante mantienen su emparentamiento floristico con el Orden y Clase a traves de Carex gayana var.
Bembo, 326, lines 61-63: "Gigli, caltha, viole, acantho et rose/Et rubini et zaphiri et perle et oro/Scopro, s'io miro nel bel vostro volto.
Caltha palustris (Marsh marigold) This British native is happiest with its feet in water, growing alongside ponds and streams, forming a loose mound of leaves and large, waxy buttercups in late spring at the edge of water.
His Latin epigram--Sis Sus, sis Divus: Sum CALTHA, et non tibi spiro
Growth, caloric content, and sugars in Caltha leptosepala in relation to alpine snowmelt.
Marsh marigold is a literal translation of its scientific name: Latin Caltha for "marigold" and palustris for "swampy.
One kimberlite, named Caltha, was discovered on the Ric property.
Caltha (Ranunculaceae) is a small genus of terrestrial herbs of marshy and wet habitats.