Raccoons switched to grapes (Vitis sp.) and autumn olive (Elaeagnus umbellate
; 20% and 32% frequency of occurrence, respectively) in Autumn.
Mart., Guarea macrophylla Vahl, Psidium cattleyanum Sabine, Ocotea pulchella (Nees) Mez, Casearia sylvestris Sw.
Carrots belong to the family Apiaceae which is characterized by having dissected leaves, umbellate
inflorescences, and fruits that are schizocarps (which split into two meri carps.
Garlic is a two year-old plant with a bulb composed of a chive and direct stem and at the end has a umbellate
flower with some bulbil.
Inflorescence subcylindric, simple, umbellate
, sunk in the center of the rosette, 50-55 mm long (excluding the petals), 22-27 mm in diameter, 11 to 16-flowered; floral bracts entire, subobtuse and minutely apiculate, cucullate, white-hyaline except for the red apex, membranous, finely nerved, ecarinate, inconspicuously and sparsely white-lepidote inside, the outer ones subspathulate, 20-22 x 4-5 mm, equaling to slightly exceeding the ovary, the inner ones sublinear-lanceolate, acute, 15-17 x 2.5-3 mm, equaling the pedicels to slightly shorter than the ovary.
Like Abronia, Tripterocalyx produces umbellate
inflorescences of salverform flowers with a showy limb and a narrow tube, which indicates that lepidopterans are likely pollinators.
Unique Characteristics: Stem is hollow and leafless with four to six trumpet-shaped florets in an umbellate
pattern; florets continue to open; some cultivars have faint stripes or colors in petal margin; photo depicts large-flowered cultivar.
Efficiency of RAPD and ISSR markers system in accessing genetic variation of rice bean (Vigna umbellate
Delandin, a chitinase-like protein with antifungal, HIV-1 reverse transcriptase inhibitory and mitogenic activities from the rice bean Delandia umbellate
. Protein Expression and Purification, vol.
Based on the cladistic analysis by Anderberg (1994a) Enkianthus seems to have originally been shrubs with deciduous leaves, racemose inflorescences, camp anulate corollas, and winged seeds, whereas the more derived species possess coriaceous leaves, umbellate
inflorescences, flowers with tubular or urceolate corollas, and unwinged seeds.
To attract potential pollinators, wild parsnip plants produce visual and olfactory orientation signals, as well as nectar rewards, in the form of large umbellate
inflorescences (Bell, 1971; Borg-Karlson et al., 1994).
Roots are stout fleshy, whitish brown; leaves simple ovate, glabrous, those in the floral region smaller and opposite; flowers inconspicuous, greenish or lubrid-yellow, in axillary, umbellate
cymes; berries small, globose, orange-red when mature, enclosed in the persistent calyx; seeds yellow, reniform.