Imbricata sentence example
- Araucaria imbricata, the Chile pine, or "monkey puzzle," was introduced into Britain in 1796.
- imbricata, and requires protection during winter.
- On the lower slopes of the Andes are found oak, beech, cedar, Winter's bark, pine (Araucaria imbricata), laurel and calden (Prosopis algarobilla).
- P. imbricata, 5 to 6 ft., has pale purple flowers in closely imbricated spikes.
- One of the most striking forest trees is the pehuen or Chilean pine (Araucania imbricata), which often grows to a height of too ft.Advertisement
- - The Turtle (Chelonia imbricata).
- Araucaria imbricata, the Monkey-puzzle tree, A.
- With a few exceptions conifers are evergreen, and retain the leaves for several years (10 years in Araucaria imbricata, 8 to io in Picea.
- the needle-form represented by Pinus, Cedrus, Larix, &c., the linear flat or angular leaves, appressed to the branches, of Thuja, Cupressus, Libocedrus, &c. The flat and comparatively broad leaves of Araucaria imbricata, A.
- imbricata may produce as many as 300 seeds, one seed to each fertile cone-scale - and the long pendent cones, I to 2 ft.Advertisement
- Araucaria imbricata) are characterized by a carrot-shaped hypocotyl, which doubtless serves as a food-reservoir.
- Araucaria imbricata, &co) the leaf-trace leaves the stele of the stem as a single bundle which splits up into several strands in its course through the cortex.
- In the leaves of Araucaria imbricata, in which palisade-tissue occurs in both the upper and lower part of the mesophyll, the resin-canals are placed between the veins; in some species of Podocarpus (sect.
- imbricata, Saxegothaea and others are met with in the Andes and other regions in South America.
- G. *bavarica, brachyphylla, Favrati, imbricata, phrenaica, *Rostani, *septemfida, verna.Advertisement
- P. imbricata from Texas has higher and more slender stems, broader leaves, and larger flowers of a deeper color.
- False Heath (Fabiana) - F. imbricata is a pretty shrub of the Potato family, but so much resembling a Heath that it might well be mistaken for one.
- A. imbricata is a native of Chili, and the only species which does at all well on high ground.