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Observations on the rhizomes and roots of Vaccinium membranaceum

Don Minore

Observations on the rhizomes and roots of Vaccinium membranaceum

by Don Minore

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Published by U.S. Forest Service in Portland, Or .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Issued Oct. 1975. Bibliography: p. 5.

Statementby Don Minore. -
SeriesU.S. Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station. U.S.D.A. Forest Service research note PNW ; 261
The Physical Object
Pagination5 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25579091M
OCLC/WorldCa2050697

Productive grizzly bear foraging habitats are lost as the prevalence of natural forest openings declines. We assessed the effectiveness of using wildlife habitat enhancements to increase food supply for grizzly bears in recent forest harvests by conducting planting trials of containerized shrub seedlings for three important late-season grizzly bear foods (fruiting shrubs): Shepherdia Cited by: 2. In botany and dendrology, a rhizome (/ ˈ r aɪ z oʊ m /, from Ancient Greek: rhízōma "mass of roots", from rhizóō "cause to strike root") is a modified subterranean plant stem that sends out roots and shoots from its es are also called creeping rootstalks or just rootstalks. [citation needed] Rhizomes develop from axillary buds and grow horizontally.

This article is within the scope of WikiProject Plants, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of plants and botany on Wikipedia. If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks. C This article has been rated as C-Class on the project's quality scale. Mid This article has been rated as Mid-importance on the. Learn what wild food you can forage in British Columbia with this guide on Edible Mussel, Ostrich Fern, Mountain Bilberry, Salmonberry and more.

1. Introduction. Indigenous knowledge has been defined as local knowledge held by Indigenous peoples or local knowledge unique to a given culture or society (Berkes, ).Indigenous knowledge and traditional ecological knowledge have been promoted in agriculture, pharmacology and ethnobotany and environmental sustainability over the past 30 years (Berkes, , Kim and Trosper, , Moller Cited by: 8.   In this study, we observed the rhizome and root anatomy of moso bamboo (Phyllostachys pubescens) with scanning electron microscopy compared with the anatomy of the culm. The epidermis of culm, rhizome, and root were hard multi-layered and composed silica cells. The culm and rhizome consist of the epidermal, parenchyma, and vascular by: 4.


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Observations on the rhizomes and roots of Vaccinium membranaceum by Don Minore Download PDF EPUB FB2

Observations on the rhizomes and roots of Vaccinium membranaceum. Portland, Or.: Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S.

Dept. of Agriculture, []. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http Author: Don. Minore. Observations on the rhizomes and roots of Vaccinium membranaceum.

Res. Note PNW USDA-Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, Ore. Vaccinium membranaceum and V. myrtilloides other Vaccinium species have been reported to root very suc - and number of roots per cutting. Rhizome. Vaccinium membranaceum is very difficult to establish.

Cuttings: Take cuttings from rhizomes in early spring or late summer and autumn. Dig up the rhizomes and cut them into lengths of 10 cm or longer. Place the cuttings in vermiculite at 21 °C.

Once the roots are established and meristematic activity is. Vaccinium membranceum is fire adapted. The leaves and stems of the huckleberry are resistant to low-intensity fires, and if burned away they will resprout vigorously from rhizomes buried under the soil. Description. Vaccinium membranaceum is an erect shrub growing up to metres ( ft) in maximum height.

The new twigs are yellow-green and somewhat : Ericaceae. Propagation of Vaccinium membranaceum and V. myrtilloides: Seeds, Hardwood Stem, and Rhizome Cutting Methods Article (PDF Available) in Native Plants Journal 13(3) September with.

Scientific Name: Vaccinium L. (Ericaceae) membranaceum Dougl. Related Plants. There are no related plants for species Vaccinium membranaceum. Nursery Availability Vaccinium membranaceum.

Plant Citations. American Rhododendron Society, Journal. A northwest delicacy. For partly shaded areas, may grows to 6 feet.

Pink, purple edible berries. Habitat is common to understory shrub, dry to moist coniferous forests, open areas. RESULTS The powdered roots and rhizomes of Vaccinium membranaceum were extracted with light petroleum ( which yielded a yellow-colored extract.

It was found to contain a mixture of sterols/triterpenes when examined by thin-layer chromatography. $ The mixture was separated by alumina column chromatography (Table 1).Cited by: 6.

Observations on the rhizomes and roots of Vaccinium membranaceum. Origin and development of vegetation after spraying and burning in a coastal Oregon clear-cut.

Patterns and mechanisms of plant succession after fire on Artemisia grass sites in southeastern Idaho. Roots may penetrate to a depth of 40” (cm); rhizomes grow at between 3 to 12” (cm) of the soil profile. After low to moderately severe fires, Mountain Huckleberry resprouts from the rhizomes.

Fire exclusion reduces Black Huckleberry populations over time. Vaccinium deliciosum is from southern British Columbia to northern California, in the Klamath Range and the northern high Sierra Nevada Mountains.

Establishment Live Plant Collections: Take cuttings from rhizomes in early spring or late summer and autumn. Dig up the rhizomes File Size: 72KB. The ecological plasticity of Vaccinium membranaceum (Ericaceae) to grow from valley bottoms to alpine habitats allowed us to test if fungal community structure varies along an elevation gradient in east-central British Columbia.

Using the shrub as an independent variable, and plant and soil features along the gradient to model a changing climate, communities of root-associated fungi were Cited by: Most species of Vaccinium regenerate from basal sprouts or underground regenerative structures such as roots or rhizomes.

Root [ 29 ] or rhizome sprouting is probable in the California huckleberry. However, Westman and Whittaker [ 65 ] report that unlike most other western huckleberries, California huckleberry lacks rhizomes.

FIRE ECOLOGY OR ADAPTATIONS: Red huckleberry sprouts from the stems, roots, underground stems, or rhizomes after aboveground vegetation is destroyed by fire [7,36,72]. Some seedling establishment may occur as birds and mammals disperse seed from off-site.

It readily regenerates in postfire communities from rhizomes, root crowns, or surviving portions of aerial stems. As with other lowbush blueberries, clones of Blue Ridge blueberry are rejuvenated as fire removes decadent material and stimulates sprouting [ 52 ].

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Join our Email Newsletter: Call us Come visit Click here to view a map. Follow us on Facebook. OPEN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY DUE TO COVID SAFETY. To determine whether our isolates from North American ericaceous hosts were conspecific, we obtained sequences from the ITS region and examined morphological features under different growth conditions.

Also included was a Cryptosporiopsis sp. isolated from roots of Vaccinium membranaceum Dougl. ex Torr. collected in Priest Lake, by: Roots or rhizomes such as cow parsnip root (Heracleum lanatum Michx.) may be applied as poultices to sore joints or fractures, and inner barks may be used as wound dressings.

Plants are also burned as smudges and used in the sweat hut anguxw'uutx ; Gitksan healing practice includes steam baths with herbal washes or herbs burned on the hot by:.

Aphid damage to roots and rhizomes may be an important pathway for pathogens such as Pectobacterium carotovorum subsp. carotovorum, which has been found to cause vascular blackening of the rhizome.(). Mapping a keystone shrub species, huckleberry (Vaccinium membranaceum), using seasonal colour change in the Rocky Mountains.

International Journal Cited by: 1.Aconitum palmatum D. Don. Roots India (Ahmed et al., ) Acorus calamus L. Acoraceae Whole plant China (Motley, ) Acorus gramineus Sol. ex Aiton Rhizome China (Ling et al., ).