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Author: Robert Bennett

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ISBN: OCLC:1036800842

Category: Cultural pluralism

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2000 By Robert Bennett

he most biologically diverse area in Turkey Run is the forest floor, consisting of many different herbs (flowers), ferns, and fungi (mushrooms and toadstools). This diversity is perhaps most evident with the emergence of the woodland ...

Author: Daniel P. Shepardson

Publisher: Purdue University Press

ISBN: 9781557537560

Category: Nature

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"Turkey Run became Indiana's second state park in 1916. Within its boundaries lie some of the more rugged and stunning landscapes to be found in Indiana. Its sandstone bluffs and canyons, created by centuries of melting glaciers and running water, are filled with unique landforms and beautiful landscapes supporting a wide array of plant and animal life. A Place Called Turkey Run captures the majesty and mystique of the park in text and hundreds of full-color images. The work is organized into six distinct photo essays on the park's beauty: sandstone; bluffs and canyons; flowing water; snow and ice; tall trees; and flowers, ferns, and fungi. This book is published to honor the natural heritage of the land it describes, in celebration of Turkey Run's hundredth anniversary as an Indiana State Park."--Provided by publisher.

See Boulder Fern Horsetails , 18 , 22 , 97-102 food - making stalks , 100 , 101-102 spore - bearing stalks , 99 , 101 Ink Cap Mushrooms , 71-73 Interrupted Fern , 142-143 Irish Moss , 25 pieces of old plants , 35 kind of , 35-40 spore ...

Author: Dorothy Sterling

Publisher: Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday

ISBN: STANFORD:36105033304796

Category: Ferns

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Describes the various species of mosses, ferns and mushrooms, how they grow and reproduce.

spores: cells that can grow into new organisms, like ferns or mushrooms fungi: a large group of plant-like ... Scientists have found an underground mushroom in Oregon that covers 2,200 acres, or an area of about 3.5 square miles.

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Publisher: Carson-Dellosa Publishing

ISBN: 9781483815244

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

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ISBN: OCLC:679828552

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Ferns and Mushrooms remind us of the ethereal nature of our being on Earthplane and if there is one specific group of Plant Spirits that personify the merging of the Spiritual body with the body physical, this one is it.

Author: White Eagle

Publisher: White Eagle

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Category: Religion

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2011-07-05 By White Eagle

Huseums p2 20 Introduction Contents 154 Page THE PLACE OF FLOWERLESS PLANTS IN THE PLANT KINGDOM 3 Where did plant life begin ? What were the first land plants ? Were there ever trees that had no seeds ? 3 4 7 The study of our amazing ...

Author: Amy Elizabeth Jensen

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ISBN: UOM:39015045822965

Category: Cryptogams

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This book provides an introduction to mushrooms, ferns, and mosses, and tells some interesting folk tales and superstitions associated with these plants.

Fertilization takes place , and new fern plants grow . The prothallium , no longer ... Most ferns are perennial , living for several years . ... Fungi are not part of either the plant or the animal kingdom but are in their own kingdom .

Author: Dianne M. MacMillan

Publisher: Twenty-First Century Books

ISBN: 0822546841

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

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Go on a journey that begins in towering, broadleaf treetops and ends tangled in roots deep below the ground. Using the Adirondacks as an example, Life in a Deciduous Forest examines the physical features, processes, and many different species of plants and animals that make up a unique deciduous forest ecosystem. Find out about the impact of humans on this once-pristine ecosystem, and what is being done to save it. Travel from light-filled branches to darkly shadowed forest paths and learn what makes this ecosystem special. Book jacket.
2003-01-01 By Dianne M. MacMillan

A Quarterly Devoted to Ferns ... THE ASA GRAY BULLETIN and the FERN BULLETIN to new subscribers , one year , 80 cts . ... Address , THE ASA GRAY BULLETIN , 1337 Wallach Place , N. W. , WASHINGTON , D. C. ( EVERYTHING USEFUL TO BOTANISTS ...

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924066694559

Category: Ferns

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Yet it is an outstanding place for one genus: the fibrecaps, or Inocybe, and has furnished Alan Outen, the expert in the genus, ... But mushrooms sit rather uneasily among flowers, trees and ferns; fungi are not, of course, plants.

Author: Peter Marren

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781472958518

Category: Nature

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Mushrooms, the first of a major new series of books on British natural history, provides a remarkable insight into the natural and human world of fungi. Peter Marren, in his inimitable, relaxed style, guides the reader through the extraordinary riches of this often overlooked group, from the amazing diversity of forms and lifestyles that populate the fungal landscape, to the pursuit of edible fungi for the pot, and the complexities of identification thrown up by our modern understanding of DNA. Throughout the book, the author tells a story rich in detail about how we have come to appreciate and, in some cases, fear the mushrooms and toadstools that are such an integral part of the changing seasons. Marren also provides a refreshingly candid view of our attempts to name species, the role of fungi in ecosystems, and our recent efforts to record and conserve them.
2018-02-28 By Peter Marren