adaptação anemocórica

English translation: anemochorous adaptation

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21:01 Dec 26, 2010
Portuguese to English translations [PRO]
Botany
Portuguese term or phrase: adaptação anemocórica
adaptação anemocórica das sementes
Andre Damasceno
Brazil
Local time: 01:33
English translation:anemochorous adaptation
Explanation:
an anemochore is a plant in which the seeds or fruit are dispersed by wind.

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Note added at 15 hrs (2010-12-27 12:35:17 GMT)
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On computer rather than phone this morning, so I can give you a reference:

“part of the epidermis becomes a membranous edging around the seed and serves as an anemochorous adaptation”

http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=oumyfO-NHuUC&pg=PA393&lpg...
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Gilla Evans
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4anemochorous adaptation
Gilla Evans
4seed adaptation to anemochory
Marlene Curtis


  

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seed adaptation to anemochory


Explanation:
Outline of the hydrochory theory for some coniferous species
by SN Sannikov - 2008 - Related articles
Seed adaptation to anemochory. Up to 90% of anemochorous coniferous species disperse from the forest edge at a distance of 70–100 m [3] and only some ...
www.springerlink.com/index/3832U3G267R4148P.pd

Marlene Curtis
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anemochorous adaptation


Explanation:
an anemochore is a plant in which the seeds or fruit are dispersed by wind.

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Note added at 15 hrs (2010-12-27 12:35:17 GMT)
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On computer rather than phone this morning, so I can give you a reference:

“part of the epidermis becomes a membranous edging around the seed and serves as an anemochorous adaptation”

http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=oumyfO-NHuUC&pg=PA393&lpg...


Gilla Evans
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