hypogeal


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hypogeal

[¦hī·pə¦jē·əl]
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In this context, the results presented here offer an explanation, namely, that the deeper and saltier waters of the hypogeal portions of anchialine habitats (Holthuis, 1973; Sket, 1996; Iliffe, 2000; Pohlman, 2011; Havird et ai.
At the Garwood (1996) classification, the seedlings of the species in question can be classified into the CHR type (Cryptocotylar, Hypogeal, Reserve storage).
According to Hambleton (1946) all species in the Rhizoecidae are hypogeal in habit.
In the case of hypogeal germination, only the epicotyl with the meristematic tissue or the coleoptile that covers the shoot reach the soil surface, while all other structures, such as endosperm and cotyledons, remain underground requiring further protection.
A new hypogeal species of Oregmopyga Hoy (Hemiptera: Coccoidea: Eriococcidae) from southern California, U.
Seedlings were considered emerged when the stem was free from the substrate, since this species presents hypogeal germination.
There are two primary types of plant emergence from the soil: hypogeal and epigeal.
Anew hypogeal species Oregmopyga Hoy (Hemiptera: Coccoidea: Eriococcidae) from southern California, U.
Martagon seeds are what is referred to as "delayed hypogeal," meaning that a martagon seed will germinate and develop a small bulb trader the surface within the first 3 month period in the warmth.
How much organic matter is incorporated depends on the biomass, on the epigeal and hypogeal production, and also on the degree of ground cover by plants and leaf litter.