Range Description: Within the European region this species is widespread, but with scattered, fragmented and sometimes very small populations, across the. Anagyris foetida – botanical illustrations (3 F) Flor de fesol moro (Anagyris foetida) Canèssia Vall de 1, × 1,; KB. Taxonomy. Superdivision: Spermatophyta. Division: Angiospermae. Class: Dicotyledoneae. Family: Papilionaceae. Genus: Anagyris.

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As most plants of the Mediterranean region bloom in spring, there have been few studies of the reproductive biology of species with autumn—winter flowering. These results can be explained by the meteorological conditions during the fruiting period, especially the rainfall: However, those that are borne from the trunk include more flowers, sometimes reaching up to In November30 flowers foerida phase I in each of five individuals of population 1 were selected, emasculated, tagged, and bagged.

Finally, correlations between some variables were analysed using the Pearson correlation coefficient for normal variables and the Spearman rank test otherwise.

The greatest stigma receptivity appeared when flowers were fully open days 2—7coinciding with the maximum attractiveness of the flowers to the pollinators.

The flowering of this species in these months may be a vestige of its Tertiary past, and a strategy adapted to Mediterranean conditions in which ahagyris, but not insect, populations are abundant at this time of the year Ortega-Olivencia et al.

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Population 2 La Sancha is on practically level terrain at — m a. Generally, the flowers remain open for between 10 and 14 days if they are not visited and for 6—8 10 days if they have been pollinated. Nectar production in Anagyris foetida Fabaceae: The study of the reproductive biology of A. The leaves are stalked and grows in an alternating fashion along the stems.


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The fruits were collected when mature and conserved in opaque envelopes. As in most Fabaceae species, the corolla is basically composed of 5 petals, the upper standard, 2 lateral wings, and 2 central and lower ones known as the keel.

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Ovary situated above the flower parts the calyx, corolla, and androecium. Of these branches, three were selected per individual, and the number of inflorescences per branch was counted. Nativity and distribution The distributional range of this plant is shown in the list below: Both populations have a Mediterranean climate characterized by rainy, cool winters and dry, anavyris summers Ortega-Olivencia et al.

Stems get lignified to become tough wood. Also anayyris is the pistil with a slightly hairy ovary. Systematics at different levels. The normality of the variables was determined using the non-parametric Kolmogorov—Smirnov test with Lilliefors correction, and homoskedasticity using Levene’s test.

The androecium is formed by ten free stamens with dimorphic anthers, and the gynoecium, with 7—11 ovules, is located on a stipe fotida the base of a small hypanthium where the floral nectar accumulates. Effects of simulated herbivory on reproduction of a Mediterranean semi-arid shrub Anthyllis cytisoides L. Nonetheless, contrary to expectations, the autogamous seeds were heavier than the controls in both years in population 1 and in the second year in population 2.

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Reniform Broad, kidney-shaped structure. As the foregoing results correspond to two neighbouring populations from Extremadura, and therefore with similar meteorological conditions during fruiting, we also looked at whether certain attributes, such as the number of seeds per fruit and seed weight, could be extrapolated to the other 12 Iberian populations of the species. The flowers are grouped in these racemes in whorls of three on a triquetrous axis i.


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Seed texture Seeds are very hard with a smooth surface as if made of glass. The latter implies a transfer of resources to the pericarp with greater levels of abortion in the fruit. As in other zones of the world, in the Mediterranean region, plant—pollinator relationships are subject to the pressure of interference from humans, in particular, habitat fragmentation and isolation, changes in the use of the soil, fire, biological invasions, and climatic change. A purging medicine; stimulates evacuation of the bowels.

Some have a brownish, diffused blotch, while others have a set of well-defined black blobs. Strictly protected tree species.

The seeds can be seen bulging out in the narrow pods just 3mm wide. The legume has a thread-like tip, previously the style of the flower.

Fabaceaea Mediterranean species that is a relict of the Tertiary, was studied in two populations of SW Spain over a three-year period. AGYFT Photo of fruit against light showing the seeds ovules inside which are well separated from each angyris. Leaflets have an entire outline and a lanceolate shape, sometimes fusiform elliptical shape.

However, there was also a good percentage of germination just before anthesis flower bud with dehiscent anthers.