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- Vascular plant success in a warming Antarctic may be due to
- Mar 29, 2011 the maritime Antarctic1–3, with concurrent, and probably temperature-mediated, proliferation of the two native plants,.
- 11. terrestrial resource - British Antarctic Survey
- The maritime Antarctic. In the maritime Antarctic, only two flowering plants grow south of 60°S: the Antarctic Hair Grass and the Antarctic. Pearlwort.
- DEVELOPMENT OF THE POLLEN IN THE ANTARCTIC
- Antarctic pearlwort seeds are often dead due to unfavourable microhabitat conditions and the short cold summer (Convey, 1996; G i e ł wanowska et al. 2006).
- Colobanthus quitensis (Kunth) Bartl.
- Leaf micromorphology of Antarctic pearlwort. Colobanthus quitensis (Kunth) Bartl . Accepted: 14 January 2000.
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- You're ruining Antarctica
- Already, in areas where bluegrass has become established, the amounts of the continent's two native flowering plants — Antarctic pearlwort and Antarctic hairgrass — have declined, and the ones that are left aren't able to photosynthesize as well.
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- Colobanthus quitensis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Colobanthus quitensis (Antarctic pearlwort) is one of the two flowering plants found in the Antarctic region.
- Plants of Antarctica - Inch In A Pinch
- Grass - also found on the Antarctic Peninsula.
- Plants of the Arctic and Antarctic - Beyond Penguins and Polar Bears
- There are only two native vascular plants in Antarctica: Antarctic hair grass and Antarctic pearlwort.
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