Br. Die meist gegenständig angeordneten Laubblätter sind überwiegend in Blattstiel und Blattspreite gegliedert. The two glabrous cotyledons are elliptic‐oblong, c. 6 mm long with a cuneate base and rounded tip, and have glabrous petioles c. 1 mm in length. Cornus suecica is clearly very tolerant of freezing temperatures in winter. Vegetative spread is by means of the rhizome and runners that develop from buds on the rhizome (Olsen 1921). Pollen has also been identified from Late Weichselian zones II and III of the Esthwaite Basin (Godw. IV. The flavonoid glycoside profile of air‐dried leaves of C. suecica has been determined by Bain & Denford (1979): quercetin 3‐O‐glucoside, 3‐O‐galactoside, 3‐O‐sophoroside and characteristically 3‐O‐gentiobioside; kaempferol 3‐O‐glucoside and 3‐O‐arabinoside. In Vaccinium myrtillus–Rubus chamaemorus heath (H22), C. suecica is a joint constant with Calluna vulgaris, Deschampsia flexuosa, Empetrum nigrum ssp. In the British Isles C. suecica occurs where the average annual rainfall ranges from 1000 mm to > 1500 mm (Atl. Caterpillars of Acherontia atropos (L.) are phytophagous in captivity on a number of food plants including C. suecica (Aindow & Aindow 1988). From the bases of the scale‐leaves richly branched adventitious roots appear. Scot.). Willow-like branches for basket weaving…the inner upper stem bark as an ingredient in smoking mixtures…useful all around. Aus Asien und den USA stammen dagegen die faszinierenden Blumen-Hartriegel (Cornus florida, Cornus kousa u. It occurs on a range of mineral and organic soils (pH 3.5–4.1); these include blanket peat and shallow organic rankers (Taylor 1971) and podzolic brown loam under snow‐bed vegetation (Pl. In the protandrous (possibly sometimes homogamous) flowers of C. suecica, the diverging stamens, 2 mm long, extend and the anthers open simultaneously with the opening of the petals, but the 1‐mm high stigma is not fit to retain pollen at this stage; when this happens shortly afterwards, the anthers are still full of pollen and self‐pollination is possible, although not readily because of the spread of the filaments (Olsen 1921). The fruit is rich in pectin. Each dot represents at least one record in a 10‐km square of the National Grid. Mit Flexionstabellen der verschiedenen Fälle und Zeiten Aussprache und relevante Diskussionen Kostenloser Vokabeltrainer Der botanische Gattungsname Cornus bedeutet hart, da andere Hartriegelgewächse, wie der Weiße oder der Rote Hartriegel ein hartes Holz haben. Sphingidae. The distribution of Cornus suecica in the British Isles. Seeds of Woody Plants in the United States. In birch forest in north Sweden it also occurs on an iron podzol soil with a thick humus horizon (4–20 cm depth) of pH 4.0–5.1 (Sonesson & Lundberg 1974). Ovary 2‐celled, style filiform surrounded at its base by a brown disc that secretes nectar, stigma capitate. Die Blätter sind gegenständig, sitzen am vierkantigen Stängel und sind von der Form her länglich eiförmig. Cornus suecica is very local and rare in England and the Scottish Borders (Fig. Cornus suecica is also frequent with low cover in the north‐west Highlands in Calluneto–Eriophoretum and Empetreto–Eriophoretum blanket bog associations (Pl. Animals and Systems Analysis. The following phytosociological account is based on the National Vegetation Classification (Rodwell 1991a,b, 1992). The overwintering buds at the base of the shoot are located near the ground surface. III. Die Vegetation und Flora des Sylenegebeites. The same developmental sequence takes place in the following and subsequent years to produce a tufty growth (Olsen 1921). Characterization of seed oils in wild, edible Finnish berries. Die Vegetation. An insect alighting on the umbel must first touch the stigmas then the anthers, so cross‐pollination is effected when a visit is made to a second flower. There is a high correlation between the distribution limits of C. suecica in Highland Scotland and the 23 °C maximum summer temperature isotherm (Conolly & Dahl 1970). The fruit stone of C. suecica has been identified from the cool terminal substage IV of the Hoxnian interglacial at Fugla Ness, Orkney, and tentatively from Ponders End, Lea Valley Arctic Plant Bed. Grasslands and Montane Communities. According to Muller (1978), who provides an illustration of a seedling at the first leaf stage, the epicotyl is glabrous and about 8 mm long, and the leaves are opposite, entire, sessile, ovate with a cuneate base and an acute tip, c. 3 mm long, with appressed unicellular hairs. The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by Bees, flies. Caterpillars of Incurvaria oehlmanniella (Huebner) mine the leaves of C. suecica (Bruun 1988). The species is more frequent in the Scottish Highlands from Dumbarton to Shetland but local with an eastern bias (not recorded from the Inner or Outer Hebrides). In historical times first recorded in 1601 on The Cheviot (First Rec.). Sixty years of vegetation dynamics in a south boreal coniferous forest in southern Norway. The main changes were a reduction in the frequency of species and the frequency of joint occurrences of species such as Andromeda polifolia, Calluna vulgaris, C. suecica, Eriophorum vaginatum, Maianthemum bifolium, Melampyrum pratense, Trientalis europaea, Vaccinium oxycoccos and V. uliginosum. Die gegenständigen Laubblätter sind oval und zugespitzt. Few vesicles are produced in Paris‐type associations and none was present in the material examined as part of this study (D.J. The geographical relationships of British and Irish vascular plants. General Information Cornus suecica is a low-growing perennial plant producing erect stems that are more or less woody and persistant at the base. Studies in the Vegetational History of the British Isles. 3b). Failing insect visits, automatic geitonogamy is possible; as the flowers are in close proximity to each other it is likely that the open spreading anthers reach the neighbouring flowers and deposit pollen on their stigmas (Knuth, Poll. I am also indebted to Dr D. Roy for supplying information from the Phytophagous Insects Data Bank, to Mrs J.M. Hønsebær (Cornus suecica) har følgende synonymer som du kan møde i ældre litteratur om Kornelfamilien (Cornaceae) eller om Kornelordenen (Cornales): Dansk synonym: Svensk hønsebær. Weitere deutsche Bezeichnungen sind Nordische Kornelle, Zwerggeißblatt und Kriechende Hundsbeere. Please check your email for instructions on resetting your password. Br. British Plant Communities. Scandinavian pine forests and their relationship to the Scottish pinewoods. A polar and an equatorial illustration of the grains (29 × 19 µm) are provided by Erdtman (1943). Roots collected in June 1998 from the Hole of Horcum, North York Moors National Park, showed structures typical of the ‘Paris‐type’ (Smith & Read 1997) of arbuscular mycorrhizal association (20–25% infection). Pollination may be aided by a few insect visitors, mainly of the order Diptera, which are guided to the flowers by the four large and petal‐like involucral bracts. Cornus biramis Stokes Cornus borealis S.Krasch. (○) Pre‐1950; (●) 1950 onwards. Bitter and unpalatable according to some reports, it was mixed with other fruits such as juneberries (Amelanchier spp) and then dried for winter use by native North Americans. and Sambucus spp., and the lowest (< 10% dry weight) in C. suecica, Arctostaphylos spp. The other anthocyanins were identified as cyanidin 3‐O‐beta‐(2″‐glucopyranosyl‐O‐beta‐glucopyranoside) (31%), cyanidin 3‐galactoside (16%) and cyanidin 3‐glucoside (4%). Bestimmungsmerkmale: Der Schwedische Hartriegel trägt 4 dunkle Blütenblätter, umgeben von 4 weißen Hochblättern (Scheinblüte), die zu 8 -25 doldenartigen Blütenständen am Ende der Zweige stehen. 3a), the hyphae of which spread directly from cell to cell of the root cortex, and by arbuscules that grow from the coiled hyphae (Fig. Die bekanntesten Arten sind der Rote Hartriegel (Cornus sanguinea) - seinen Namen erhielt der Strauch wegen seiner roten Herbstblätter, der Weiße Hartriegel (Cornus alba), der Schwedische Hartriegel (Cornus suecica) und der Blumen-Hartriegel (Cornus florida) mit roten Früchten. Stomata are present only on the lower (abaxial) surface of the leaves; Olsen (1921) recorded mean values of 85 ± 20 mm–2 for leaves from Danish localities and 98 ± 21 mm–2 for leaves from various sites in the Arctic. The plant cover of Sweden. Nebenblätter sind nicht vorhanden. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. This type is characterized by extensive production of intracellular coils (Fig. Juicy. In the subalpine belt in the Torneträsk area of northern Sweden, C. suecica occurs in open forest ecosystems in which Betula pubescens f. tortuosa is the most abundant tree. The flowers are visited by a few hoverflies, including Eristalis arbustorum L. and Helophilus pendulus L. (Knuth, Poll. Cornus suecica is regarded as calcifuge, i.e. Cornus L. subgenus Arctocrania (Endl.) Die verschiedenen Cornus-Arten gehören zur Familie der Hartriegelgewächse (Cornaceae) und kommen vornehmlich in den gemäßigten, aber auch subtropischen Klimazonen der Erde vor. Four to eight pairs of foliage leaves develop next. They were usually mixed with other mountain berries: Chokecherry, Serviceberry, etc. Die Blätter sind gegenständig, sitzen am vierkantigen Stängel und sind von der Form her länglich eiförmig. It is exclusively northern in Europe (Fig. Alternatively a 2–3‐month moist warm (20–25 °C) period followed by moist cold stratification at 5 °C for 3–5 months can be used (Brinkman 1974; Dirr & Heuser 1987). Comparison was made between needles and leaves from a severely polluted area 8–10 km south of the smelter, where the average concentration of SO2 in the air during the growing season was 350–400 µg m–3, and the background area 65–70 km distant where SO2 levels were 100 µg m–3. Missouri Botanical Garden. Cornus suecica. Publication Author Komarov. Free and Open Access to Biodiversity Data. The fruits of Cornus kousa have a sweet, tropical pudding like flavor in addition to hard pits. ex Miq. The altitudinal range of C. suecica in the British Isles extends from 137 to 229 m in North Yorkshire to an upper limit of 914 m in Atholl (Alt. From whole frozen plants of C. suecica, Rosendal Jensen et al. Eur.). Cornus suecica occurs more rarely in two further communities: Calluna vulgaris–Eriophorum vaginatum blanket mire (M19), centred on the higher ground in the Pennines and the central Highlands of Scotland, and in Nardus stricta–Carex bigelowii grass‐heath (U7). Clethra barbinervis Als Kulturpflanze hat der Rote Hartriegel eine lange Tradition und ist ein beliebtes Ziergehölz für den Garten. The explosive pollination mechanism in the pop flower, Seedlings of the North‐Western European Lowland. The chloroplast numbers of C. suecica in the severely polluted area did not vary but decreased by 24% in Vaccinium myrtillus, and they decreased by 26% in the evergreen Arctostaphylos uva‐ursi in the third year of growth. Cornus suecica Hartriegelgewächse. Other uses of the herb: The fruit is rich in pectin. Scot.). Suitable for: light (sandy) and medium (loamy) soils. The major pigment (49%), cyanidin 3‐O‐beta‐(2″‐glucopyranosyl‐O‐beta‐galactopyranoside), is novel and contains a very rare disaccharide. a. Outside Europe, the species occurs in western Greenland, Baffin Island, Quebec, Labrador, Newfoundland, north‐eastern and north‐western United States, Yukon, Alaska, Aleutian Islands and in far eastern Russia (Kamchatka). Late Quaternary forest development of the Torneträsk area, North Sweden. In Deutschland ist er ebenfalls heimisch. Den Roten Hartriegel (Cornus sanguinea) findet man natürlich wachsend sowohl in Europa, als auch im Kaukasus und in Mittelasien. (1973) have isolated monotropein and the glucoside geniposide, hitherto thought to be confined to Rubiaceae. Die Pflanze wächst bis zu 25 cm. Cyanidin 3‐(2‐glucosylgalactoside) and other anthocyanins from fruits of. Cornus suecica is abundant in the western heather type of pine forest associations widespread in western Norway (Aune 1977) but is lacking in comparable Pinetum Vaccineto–Callunetum stands in the Scottish Highlands (Pl. In the subarctic birch forests of northern Finland, in Utsjoki, an area of Betula pubescens var. (Johansson et al. Each aerial shoot emerges from a swollen overwintering bud in early June. 1. 2). List of the plants seen in the valley of Braemar and on Morrone. Cornus suecica is native on upland moors and mountains in dwarf shrub heath communities. Antwort Hallo! 1); at the most southerly station, recorded by Savidge (1963) as Turton Moor, south Lancashire, it was last observed on the northern edge of the plateau in 1977, and has not been seen since then (P. Jepson, Ecologist, Lancashire County Council, personal communication); the site at Cross Cliff has been afforested but the species still occurs at the Hole of Horcum (Walsh & Rimington 1953) and Blakey Topping, North York Moors National Park; in Hen Hole corrie (600 m), and along the tops of Bizzle Crags on The Cheviot, north Northumberland (Swan 1993); and in Selkirkshire. Die Blattadern sind charakteristisch zur Blattspitze hin gebogen. Quick facts. Diese sind ungeteilt und glattrandig sowie häufig gegenständig und gestielt. British Plant Communities. Comparative morphometric analysis of current undamaged leaves showed that there was a slight increase of mitochondria numbers in C. suecica (19%) and Vaccinium myrtillus (14%) in the severely polluted area. Shoot distribution of C. suecica shows marked contagion mostly owing to the localized nature of overwintering bud development. Latinsk synonym: Chamaepericlymenum suecicum (L.) Asch. Vegetation Changes in the Nordic Mountain Birch Forest: the Influence of Grazing and Climate Change. Chor.). Cornus suecica is a distinctly mesomorphic plant that lacks completely the xeromorphic characters found in the closely related C. canadensis. It spreads through its root stock in a dense covering which comes into flower in June -July. The foliage leaves expand, followed by the terminal inflorescence, with flowering taking place in July to August. & Graebn. Spreading by means of a rhizomatous rootstock to form a colony, it can grow 5 - 25cm tall[74. The mountain regions of Lapland. Cornaceae. Thus the increase of mitochondria numbers appears to be an adaptive response by evergreen plants to atmospheric pollution. Die Pflanze wächst bis zu 25 cm. Cornus suecica (constancy class IV) is selective for the Vaccineto–Callunetum suecicosum as well as for the Vaccinietum chionophilum (snow‐bed) association (class III). as a tetraploid product of hybridization between C. canadensis and C. suecica, and of two intermediate groups, one produced by introgression towards C. canadensis, and the other by introgression towards C. suecica. Blatt grün, im Herbst purpur-rot. Cornus suecica is a PERENNIAL growing to 0.2 m (0ft 8in) by 0.3 m (1ft). Maximum summer temperature in relation to the modern and Quaternary distributions of certain arctic‐montane species in the British Isles. Giftpflanzen - Was Pferde nicht fressen dürfen. Blauschwarze, ungeniessbare Beeren. Croft for providing the map from the Biological Records Centre, also Dr R. Francis and Professor D.J. It has glossy dark-green leaves with conspicuous veins. The fruits of Cornus mas are both tart and sweet when completely ripe. At germination the radicle emerges from the stone, then the cotyledons appear above‐ground and the glabrous hypocotyl extends to c. 1 cm. Chor.). Macro vibrant bunchberry flower (Cornus suecica) with scenic light – kaufen Sie dieses Foto und finden Sie ähnliche Bilder auf Adobe Stock The pollen grains are few in number and have three strongly projecting pores (Olsen 1921). Comm. N.W. Number of times cited according to CrossRef: Assessing recovery of alpine spoil heaps by vascular plant, bryophyte, and lichen functional traits. They have been eaten in Eastern Europe for centuries, both as food and medicine to fight colds and flus. Viele Sorten weisen im Herbst eine dekorative rote, weinrote oder orange-gelbe Färbung auf und bilden einen attraktiven Blickfang im Garten. Die Blütezeit ist Mai. Isl.). At higher altitudes on exposed ridges, they found abundant C. suecica growing in peat rankers (pH 3.97) in heath vegetation dominated by Empetrum hermaphroditum along with abundant Vaccinium vitis‐idaea, Vaccinium uliginosum and Andromeda polifolia, and occasional Vaccinium myrtillus. Dwarf dogwoods – intermediacy and the morphological landscape. I am indebted to Nils Åke Andersson, Superintendent of the Abisko Scientific Research Station, Sweden, and laboratory assistants, Lilian Ericsson and Majlis Kardefelt, for kindly providing seeds for the germination tests. Cornus suecica is occasional in Vaccinium myrtillus–Deschampsia flexuosa heath (H18) in which the constants are Deschampsia flexuosa, Galium saxatile, Vaccinium myrtillus, Dicranum scoparium and Pleurozium schreberi, a community that is widespread throughout the uplands of Britain but is particularly common in northern Scotland in the central and eastern Highlands, typical of moist but free‐draining, base‐poor to circumneutral soils at moderate to high altitudes. , a member of the order Ericales, forms arbuscular mycorrhizae It is hardy to zone (UK) 2. Hist.). Fl.) Er ist jedoch vorwiegend auf der Nordhalbkugel heimisch. It is in flower from June to July. Below the subalpine birchwoods a mountain conifer belt extends from the altitudinal conifer forest limit to the uniform forests of the valleys and plateaux to the east in northern and central Sweden. Standing crops of natural vegetation in the sub‐arctic. 1, Hollowrayne, Burton‐in‐Kendal, Carnforth, Lancashire LA6 1NS, UK. 10.1657/1523-0430(2004)036[0323:VCITNM]2.0.CO;2. Notes on calcicolous communities and peat formation in Norwegian Lapland. Als Eiszeitrelikt wächst er in Deutschland vereinzelt in Schleswig Holstein und in den Niederlanden und ist hier vom Aussterben bedroht. Major changes were found in the vegetation composition during these 60 years. Comm. ). On the western slopes of the mountains the subalpine birchwood subregion is of oceanic character, with C. suecica abundant or often dominant in the Vaccinium myrtillus type of birchwood. Cornus herbacea L. Eukrania suecica (L.) Merr. An den Enden der Zweige st… The main focus of the EUNIS species component is to provide relevant information about the European species protected by Directives, Conventions and Agreements. The plant cover of Sweden. The fruit are edible, but only marginally. USDA, ARS, Germplasm Resources Information Network. Enter your email address below and we will send you your username, If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to retrieve your username, I have read and accept the Wiley Online Library Terms and Conditions of Use. Cornus kousa and Cornus mas are sold commercially as edible fruit trees. Not present in the flora of the British Isles. In the open mountain forests Pinus sylvestris and Picea abies are mixed with birch. I. Woodlands and Scrub. & Graebn. Coombe & White (1951) recorded the abundance to codominance of C. suecica with Vaccinium myrtillus in the field layer of Betula woodland growing on podsolized moraine (in acid peat of pH 4.2 about 16 cm deep) overlying dolomite, at altitudes up to 270 m in the Talvik area of west Finnmark, north Norway (latitude 70 °N). Chloranthus integrifolius Schult.f. Endotrophic mycorrhiza was reported (Olsen 1921) as always found in young roots of C. suecica in Arctic and Danish specimens, with rather thick inter‐ and intracellular hyphae, ‘coral‐shaped clumps’ being present in starch‐free cortical cells. Lernen Sie die Übersetzung für 'Hartriegel' in LEOs Englisch ⇔ Deutsch Wörterbuch. tortuosa about 1350 km2 was damaged in 1965–66 by the larvae of the geometrid moth Oporinia (Epirrita) autumnata (Bkh.). The distribution of Cornus suecica in Europe. Beeren und Früchte - giftig oder ungiftig? There is a close resemblance between the Vaccinietum chionophilum association and the Vaccinium myrtillus‐rich birchwoods of Sylene, Norway, particularly the Chamaepericlymenum variant (Nordhagen 1928). Cornus suecica, the dwarf cornel or bunchberry, is a species of flowering plant in the dogwood family Cornaceae, native to cool temperate and subarctic regions of Europe and Asia, and also locally in extreme northeastern and northwestern North America Description. British Plant Communities. Learn more. A perennial rhizomatous herb with erect, annual stems 6–30 cm, often a few together, simple or with short axillary branches from the uppermost pair of leaves, glabrous or appressed pubescent. Comm. Vegetation data from permanent plots were collected in 1931, 1961 and 1991 in an area protected from logging in boreal forest 20 km north of Oslo, southern Norway. 1984). Scot.). Some of these buds develop in the following year into aerial shoots with red scale‐leaves and foliage‐leaves. 2). The whole shoot is completely preformed, including the inflorescence, and the first indications of the buds to be developed in the second year are enclosed within the winter‐bud. According to Mosquin (1985)C. suecica, along with C. canadensis, possesses a unique explosive pollination mechanism involving the entire flower (pop flower); a sensitive antenna‐like structure projecting from one petal of the unopened flower bud, with reflexive petals, and stamen filaments possessing elbow springs, act to catapult the pollen in the anthers upwards towards the top of the flower. Ruohokanukka, Cornus suecica - Kukkakasvit. Der Cornus sanguinea hat leuchtend rote junge Triebe. The buds that are to develop into shoots next year are of a considerable size in the autumn and the first two leaves are brown and formed like bud‐scales. Der Artname suecica verweist auf das Vorkommen und bedeutet schwedisch. 1997). Die Blattpaare verteilen sich recht gleichmäßig an den Stängeln, im Gegensatz zum Kanadischen Hartriegel, bei dem sie an den Stängelenden gehäuft sind. British Ecological Society, 42 Wharf Road, London, N1 7GS | T: +44 20 3994 8282 E: email@example.com | Charity Registration Number: 281213. Chloranthus integrifolius Schult.f. Die Pflanze benötigt sauren, sandigen, torfigen oder moorigen Boden. Name: Der deutsche Name verweist auf das Vorkommen der Pflanze. Petals 1–2 mm, ovate‐triangular, acute; stamens 4, alternating with the petals, filaments pale purple, anthers cream. In more acid soils C. suecica is also found in Vaccinium myrtillus‐type vegetation in moist areas at higher altitudes in pure Picea abies stands or mixed with Pinus sylvestris (Sjörs 1965). The horizontal rhizome that persists for several years bears opposite triangular scale‐leaves, 2–3 cm apart, which die within the first year. Incurvariidae. Where the areas of C. suecica and C. canadensis overlap, in the north‐eastern United States, in the western United States including Alaska and in the Yukon (Good 1953), the hybrid between them, C.×unalaschkensis, occurs (Hultén 1958; Vergl. The Reference Manual of Woody Plant Propagation – From Seed to Tissue Culture, Amphi‐Atlantic Plants and Their Phytogeographical Connections. Two months later a small sample of the stones was placed on a moist filter pad in a Petri‐dish at room temperature, but no germination had taken place after 2 weeks. Four anthocyanins were isolated from the scarlet fruits of C. suecica, by a combination of chromatographic techniques (Slimestad & Andersen 1998). The fruits appear in August and are fully ripe and ready for dispersal by September, but the seed does not germinate in natural habitats until the following late spring. Die Hartriegel-Arten sind vor allem Sträucher und kleine Bäume, seltener mehrjährige krautige Pflanzen. Das Laub der Sorte ‘Spaethii’ ist im Austrieb bronzefarben, dann gelb gerandet und später völlig gelb. The structure and biology of arctic flowering plants. Germination is epigeal. Eur.) and you may need to create a new Wiley Online Library account. Overwintering buds in the axils of the cotyledons developed, in spring, into new aerial shoots and the formation of runners commenced only several years later. Dieses Buch stellt die wichtigsten heimischen Giftpflanzen vor, die jeder Reiter kennen sollte. ); floristically the latter association is distinguished from the former by the presence of Vaccinium uliginosum, C. suecica, Carex bigelowii, Polytrichum alpinum and oceanic liverworts. 4. Plant material was collected at the end of July to the beginning of August (1988–92) in an area of forest polluted by SO2 and the heavy metals Ni, Cu and Co, south of the ‘Severonickel’ smelter complex at Monchegorsk, Russia. It is usually mixed with other berries. In two open areas of subarctic birchwood in the Torneträsk area of northern Sweden, estimates of the above‐ground biomass in August, determined by Pearsall & Newbould (1957) in stands of C. suecica near Björkliden, were 168 ± 10 and 237 ± 27 g m–2 (mean dry weights ± standard error; n = 5). Mit Flexionstabellen der verschiedenen Fälle und Zeiten Aussprache und relevante Diskussionen Kostenloser Vokabeltrainer hoch. dansk: Svensk hønsebær Deutsch: Schwedischer Hartriegel English: … In damaged mesic areas of the forest the ground vegetation became more vigorous during the first 4–5 years after the attack, particularly the communities containing C. suecica, Deschampsia flexuosa, Solidago virgaurea and Trientalis europaea. II. Der Schwedische Hartriegel entwickelt eine rote Steinfrucht. Scot. The species assessed in the European Red Lists prepared by … Lernen Sie die Übersetzung für 'cornus' in LEOs Englisch ⇔ Deutsch Wörterbuch. hoch. Common Name: Dwarf Cornel. Tallentaja: Ritutiina Ritutiina Der überwiegende Anteil der Hartriegel ist laubabwerfend. , British Ecological Society, 42 Wharf Road, London, N1 7GS, https://doi.org/10.1046/j.1365-2745.1999.00415.x. and Empetrum spp. The Natural History of the Scarborough District. Title Flora of the USSR. Cornus suecica can form dense stands in birchwoods in Finnmark, north Norway (Olsen 1921). This continental subalpine birchwood subregion extends southwards in Fennoscandia on the eastern slopes of the Lapponian Scandes (Rune 1965). Jun 18, 2017 - This dwarf cornus has a long season of interest, from spring through to autumn. Cornella suecica (L.) Rydb. Die lateinische Bezeichnung „Cornus“ bedeutet „hart“ und weist auf das harte Holz der Hartriegelgewächse hin. I thank the North York Moors National Park Authority for granting permission to visit the Hole of Horcum, and English Nature for permitting sampling of roots of Cornus suecica from this SSSI. Published on the internet. Cornus suecica L. Images from the web. A good ground-cover plant, succeeding under trees and shrubs. Cornus Suecica Bothnian Bay 2006 06 26.JPG 1.024 × 819; 631 KB Cornus suecica distribution in Poland.svg 862 × 838; 728 KB Cornus suecica fruit Utsjoki 2008-08.jpg 1.749 × 2.574; 838 KB Die Stängel sind meist unverzweigt, seltener bilden sich am letzten Blattpaar Verzweigungen. It is a member of the subgenera C hamaepericlymenum and is a very low growing plant that spreads by rhizomes. Fruit a globose red drupe, c. 5 mm, spongy and tasteless, but not poisonous; the stone is 2‐celled, 1 cell of which invariably remains barren; the mean air‐dry mass of a mature hard‐coated stone (8 samples of 50) is 8.5 ± 0.65 mg. Cornus subgenus Arctocrania comprises a species complex that exhibits considerable intermediacy between two morphological extremes. These are mostly confined to the higher mountains of Scotland, occurring widely through central and western Highlands, on snow‐bound slopes at higher altitudes in peaty mineral soils with impeded drainage, irrigated by rain and melt‐water. The base map is reproduced by permission of the Committee for the Mapping of the Flora of Europe (the bold dashed line shows the limits of Europe). Towards winter the stem dies but can remain standing in a withered state for several years. Production ecology. Vernacular names . Suitable pH: acid and neutral soils and can grow in very acid soils. and extending into arctic and subarctic regions of Russia, to Iceland, with outlying populations extending southwards to the coastal region of Estonia and Poland, Schleswig‐Holstein in north‐west Germany and the Netherlands (Andreas 1953). Diese sind zum Beispiel: Cornus sanguinea, Corylus avellana, Ligustrum vulgare, Kirschlorbeer, Ribes alpinum oder Symphoricarpos albus var. Reproduction is amphimictic and vivipary unknown. Cornus suecica in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. Forest regions. Cornus alba ‘Sibirica’, auch Sibirischer Hartriegel oder Purpur-Hartriegel genannt, zeichnet sich durch eine scharlachrote Rinde aus. Comm. Scot.). Accordingly, ripe fruits of C. suecica collected in October 1998, near the Abisko Scientific Research Station, in northern Sweden, were cleaned and pretreated in the UK prior to germination tests; hot water (87.5 °C) was poured over 400 stones (hard‐coated seeds), which were allowed to steep for 24 h; they were then stratified in moist sphagnum moss for 2 months at 25 °C, followed by stratification at 5 °C. Bitter and unpalatable. Olsen (1921) described the primary root as strongly branched and the development of the adventitious roots as taking place during the second period of growth; only a few internodes were formed on the aerial shoot during the first year. Be confined to Rubiaceae vereinzelt in Schleswig Holstein und in den Niederlanden und ist hier vom bedroht. In Deutschland vereinzelt in Schleswig Holstein und in Mittelasien in 1965–66 by the terminal inflorescence, with flowering taking in... With low cover in the following phytosociological account is based on the National vegetation (... Hat diesen Pin entdeckt growing to 0.2 m ( 0ft 8in ) by m! Die lateinische Bezeichnung „ Cornus “ bedeutet „ schwedisch “ pH: acid and neutral and!: Chokecherry, Serviceberry, etc flower, seedlings of the British Isles and Morrone! A series of 3–9 pairs of scale‐leaves, red whilst fresh, but soon withering of mitochondria appears. 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