Physiological ecology of some spring ephemerals

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University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1967 - Gardening - 228 pages
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acid Glutamic acid acids detected alanine albidum and E_ americanum bulbs aminobutyric acid amount of soluble amount of starch April 25 arginine asparagine aspartic acid Aspartic acid Aspartic bulb tissue bulbs treated cal./gm caloric Caloric content canadensis bulbs carbohydrate chromatograms CO CO CO CU cold temperature cold treatment Composite diagram compounds Content Of Bulbs CU H cucullaria and D cycle data for bulbs decrease Dicentra canadensis Dicentra cucullaria Dicentra species dicots Distribution map DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY dormancy dry weight Eifert environmental gradient enzyme Erythronium americanum Erythronium species Estimation of individual ethanol field collections Figure Fowden and Steward free amino acids free sugars frost hardiness Fructose Raffinose Stachyose galactose genus Glucose Fructose Raffinose Glutamic acid Glutamic glutamine Glycine growing season H CU Hassid Herbarium However I-l CO i-l i-l individual sugars Kandler Leucines LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS Lysine maltose March 20 mesic forests metabolic metabolic pathways methylene moisture moisture content monocots monosaccharides ninhydrin nitrogen northern species occur October 15 P-i P-i P-i percentage phenol Phenylalanine photosynthesis physiological PHYSIOLOGICAL ECOLOGY plants PM PM PM present proline r-methyleneglutamic Raffi September 15 Serine Shallenberger shoots and roots soluble sugar content species of Dicentra species of Erythronium species pairs spring ephemerals spring growth Stachy starch content storage organs Sucrose Glucose Fructose Table TCA cycle thesis Threonine tose treated at 40 Treatment Sucrose Glucose University of Wisconsin Unknowns Unknowns Valine values Wisconsin

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