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On search, "Circadian Rhythms in Plants" seems to yield exactly what I've been after.
scarumanga, I guess it's Krebs (according to Wikipedia, the Calvin cycle can't take place in the absence of light).
Lysichiton, "my" is such a...
By folding their leaves (source 1 source 2). I've seen this in plants with basal rosettes, and also in seedlings.
An interesting fact I've found is that they "count" the hours of the night, so that they know if it's time to flower. (source)
Some move towards...
I hope the question isn't too stupid. I have this curiosity, and got bored searching for the answer, so I thought I'd better ask:
Thank you very much, Ron B.
I can't believe no one here recognizes the other(s), you were my only hope.
And by any chance, does anyone know where...
Yes, it's H. odorus. Many thanks Michael F. I spent many many days searching through lists of photos for only this plant, to no avail (only...
The first one seems to be a shrub or a tree and it's from the forest.
I've found the second one on a meadow and, judging by the inflorescence, it...
Does anyone recognize any of these?
Thank you all very much.
...and the last nine.
Identified so far:
(1 - 3) 1. Hieracium sabaudum
(4, 5) 2. Origanum vulgare
(6, 7) 3. Lychnis coronaria
(8, 9) 4. Jacobaea...
Because of their number, I had to divide the mystery plants in two bunches.
Identified so far:
(1 - 3) 1. Hylotelephium (Sedum)...
Thank you so much Lila, your expertise is simply amazing!
I have no idea how did I leave out Angelica sylvestris.
It seems I'm lost for ideas as to how to find these.
3-5 doesn't seem to be either Cicuta virosa or Heracleum sphondylium (not hairy)....
Thank you all very much!
Many thanks saltcedar.
Except for the first (which is cultivated), these are all common weeds (I'm not sure about no. 4 though).
Any help with...
Could someone please help me identify at least some of these?
Thank you kindly, Michael F. I love the peculiarity and colour of it. In 2 years the young (?) plants haven't changed...
More about this plant:
I've found it in a hilly region (in Romania), deep in the forest (along with Dryopteris Filix-mas)