Emergence of adults from the capitula
collected and held in the screen house in 2011 further supported this as the F1 emergence from the capitula
began in early Jul (Fig.
To quantify longevity of each reproductive stage (number of days for each stage of development), 10-15 capitula
at the early stage of budding were marked on [greater than or equal to] 5 individuals/site/species.
The case for AElfric's knowledge of Radulf's Capitula
finds further support in at least three other loci in the pastoral letters:
The analyzed variables were: total dry matter of the capitula
, and content (% of flavonoid in 100 g of capitula
) and yield (g plant-1) of flavonoids and essential oil.
2-3 cm lata, acuminata, serrata vel serrulata, supra minute scabriuscula, infra dense hispidula; capitula
in cymis paucifloribus terminalibus disposita, pedunculis usque 8 cm longis; involucrum campanulatum graduatum bracteis 12-15 apice purpureis; flores radii 5-8, laminis oblongis vel ellipticis 5-6 mm longis luteo-aurantiacis; flores disci 20-30, corollis 4-5 longis luteis; achenia radiii trapezoidea valde compressa ca.
Karl-Georg Schon, editor de los Capitula
Angilramni (103), promueve el <<Projekt Pseudoisidor>> (104).
Many genera have a very reduced inflorescence axis to form capitula
that may be condensed-spiciform (as in various Brayulinea Small, Mechowia Schinz, Pandiaka, Philoxerus R.
Although much of this material has been known for a long time, its proper study has only recently become possible with the publication of the Capitula
(or Statuta) episcoporum by the Monumenta Germaniae Historica in four volumes between 1984 and 2005.
Carine Van Rhijn summarizes studies of the MGH Capitularia, Concilia and Capitula
Episcoporum, demonstrating that the divisions between these three types of documents are not clear but that the latter should be qualified based on their addressees, which were secular priests.
The fauna of Tephritidae (Diptera) from capitula
of asteraceae in Brazil.
43), el Concilio de Nicea (325) (44), I de Toledo (400) (45), de Gerona (517) (46), de Lerida (546) (47) y en los Capitula
Martini (572) (48).
8) Part 2 was formerly bound with Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MSS 191 and 196, and principally contains the Capitula
of Theodulf (of Orleans) in Latin and Old English translation.