EEB Greenhouse Accession Data for Equisetum bogotense. M Equisetum bogotense Kunth is an accepted name. This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Equisetum (family Equisetaceae). The record. Image of Equisetum bogotense. Equisetum bogotense Trusted. Creative Commons to this page yet. Explore what EOL knows about Equisetum bogotense.
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Human and animal trials of indicate that E. Specimens were collected from to m in Cauca, Colombia. Close-up of the flowering stems Photograph by: The elaters are composed by two layers of fibrillar material: This page was last edited on 23 Novemberat The equisetuum is often gathered from the wild for local medicinal use and is sold in local markets. These orbicules bogtense also found all over the external face and margins of the elaters, while the internal face is smooth and lack orbicules.
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Spores present several cytological changes that allow them to achieve greater size and increase the number of plastids, before reaching the adult stage. The tapetum loses bogoyense integrity during early stages of sporogenesis, intrudes as a plasmodial mass into the cavity of the sporangium, partially surrounding premeiotic sporocytes, and then, tetrads and adult spores.
Strobili have numerous mature sporangiophores, each one with a peltate structure, the scutellum, bearing five-six sessile sporangia attached to the axis of strobilus by the equiisetum. This volume contains a monograph of the genus Zapoteca Calliandra amongst other things.
[Sporogenesis and spores of Equisetum bogotense (Equisetaceae) from mountain areas of Colombia].
The sporocytes quickly undergo meiosis, by passing the stage of archesporium and give origin to tetrads of spores. Evolution of horsetails Equisetales within the major euphyllophyte clade Sphenopsida”.
Tropical Plants Database, Ken Fern. The tapetum disintegrates towards the end of the sporogenesis, leaving spores free within the sporangial cavity.
Viewed with TEM, the exospore is a thick layer of fine granular material, while perispore is a thinner layer of dense, separate orbicules.
According bohotense a recent study,  this species may be the most isolated of all the genus, being more closely related with fossil Equisetums rather than living ones.
Immature sporocytes spore mother cells are tightly packed within the young sporangia. Views Read Edit View history.
The Andean horsetail Equisetum bogotense is a herbaceous perennial that reproduces through spores. It cam be downloaded from the Internet. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. If you have any useful information about this plant, please leave a comment. Viewed with SEM, the exospore is smooth to rugulate, with micro perforations, while the perispore is muriform, rugate, with narrow, delicate, discontinuous, randomly distributed folds delimiting incomplete, irregular areolae, externally covered by of different size, densely distributed orbicules.
Strobili at different maturation stages were fixed, dehydrated, embedded in resin, and ultra-microtome obtained sections were stained with Toluidine blue.
Observations were made with optical microscopy with differential interference contrast illumination technique DICtransmission and scanning electron microscopy TEM and SEM. Therefore, a detailed study of the sporogenesis blgotense and spore development in E.
Sporoderm includes three layers external to the cytoplasmic membrane of the spore cell, and they are pseudoendospore, exospore and perispore. Retrieved from ” https: