Fulltext – Factors Contributing to Critically Endangered Status of Aquilegia nivalis Falc ex Jackson- an Alpine Endemic Angiosperm in the Kashmir Himalaya. Aquilegia nivalis Falc. ex Baker Accepted Name . During our study of the high altitude threatened alpine plant species Aquilegia nivalis Falc. ex Ba May PDF | During our study of the high altitude threatened alpine plant species Aquilegia nivalis Falc. ex Baker and Doronicum falconeri Cl. ex Hk. f. of the north- west.
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Due to small size of its populations, very few 0. Pollen ovule ratio was determined for three populations Apharwat, Khillanmarg and Sarsoon Post using 10 randomly selected reproductive plants.
Population size, genetic variation and reproductive success in the rapidly declining, self-incompatible Arnica montana in the Netherlands. The initiation of receptivity and its longevity was also recorded. International Journal of Botany Volume 6 4: Indian Flora facebook group. The role of floral biology and breeding system on the reproductive success of the narrow endemic petrocoptis viscosa rothm.
Dar, Zafar Reshi, G. The herbivores, besides damaging leaves of vegetative and reproductive individuals, destroy the beautiful, nectariferous and conspicuously large, flowers of this species; hence further diminishing the number of available mates and aquilegiia attributes.
Pulsatilla alpina aquilegua low form. Under this license the authors allow anyone to download, cite, aquilebia the data, modify, reprint, copy and distribute provided the authors and source of publication are credited through appropriate citations e.
Floral biology, pollination, pistil receptivity and pollen tube auilegia of teak Tectona grandis L. Also mean and standard error for different vegetative and reproductive traits were worked out from 10 plants in each population.
The patchy populations of this species were found to consist of a small number of individuals with majority being vegetative and a smaller number being in reproductive phase. Habitat characteristics of the study sites supporting six different populations of Aquilegia nivalis in the Kashmir Himalaya.
While we do have some partners, we still require support to keep the journal alive. In Aquilegia nivalis only one insect species Bumbus sp.
Mating systems and limits to seed production in two Dicerandra mints endemic to florida scrub. The ovary of each flower was dissected and the number of ovules determined with the help of dissection microscope. Potential impacts of global elevated CO 2 concentrations on plants.
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On the day of anthesis. Natural History Natural History. Studies with Australian proteaceae. The pollen load on the abdomen and hind legs of the insect was high. Aquilegia flabellata dwarf form. Russ Mittermeier on JoTT.
Consequently, such species comprise of relatively small populations that are subjected to demographic fluctuations Holsinger, aquilwgia Podophyllum hexandrum, moist stored OUT.
Rawat This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4. Species biology, the key to plant preservation. How plant life-history and ecological traits relate aquolegia species rarity and commonness at varying spatial scales.
Roy Lancaster reported it from Lashpatri, Vishensar and near Sonamarg during a botanical tour to Kashmir. Reproductive biology in relation to systematics. The Apharwat population, besides having small population size and small number of reproductive individuals with most of those bearing only one flower each, was frequently visited by herbivores throughout the growing season damaging the flowers, leaves and the fruits.
Butter paper bags with fine pores were used for bagging purposes. In the Sarsoon population, the relatively greater number of reproductive individuals with many bearing more than one flower, showed a relatively greater reproductive out put above and beyond the prevalence of herbivory.