Definition of Lithophytic. Meaning of Lithophytic. Synonyms of Lithophytic

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Definition of Lithophytic

Lithophytic
Lithophytic Lith`o*phyt"ic, a. (Zo["o]l.) Of or pertaining to lithophytes.

Meaning of Lithophytic from wikipedia

- Lithophytes are plants that grow in or on rocks. Those that grow on rocks are also known as epipetric or epilithic plants. Lithophytes that grow on land...
- plants are aquatic (living in water), epiphytic (living on trees) and lithophytic (living in or on rocks). The distinction between aquatic and terrestrial...
- Selenicereus, or moonlight cacti, is an epiphytic, lithophytic, and terrestrial cactus genus found in Central America, the Caribbean and northern South...
- magnesium and other elemental nutrients from the soil. Epiphytic and lithophytic plants depend on air and nearby debris for nutrients, and carnivorous...
- Selaginella bryopteris (Devanagari:संजीवनी) is a lithophytic plant that is native to India. It is used medicinally in India and is one of the plants that...
- misspelled "Microsorium" or "Microsoreum". It includes some species that are lithophytic rheophytes. Microsorum alatum (Brackenr.) Copel.; Gen. Fil. 196 (1947)...
- is a fig that is endemic to central and northern Australia. It is a lithophytic plant that grows on rocky outcrops, reaching 10 m in height. Dutch botanist...
- Winter (1999-01-01). "Degrees of cr****ulacean acid metabolism in tropical epiphytic and lithophytic ferns". Functional Plant Biology. 26 (8): 749–757....
- related to the rainforest species F. watkinsiana and two rock-growing (lithophytic) species of arid northern Australia (F. atricha and F. brachypoda). They...
- marine, freshwater, lentic, lotic), terrestrial, aerial (subareial), lithophytic, halophytic (or euryhaline), psammon, thermophilic, cryophilic, epibiont...
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