By Peter Dwyer, Leo Zeilig
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About the Authors:
Peter Dwyer is a instruct in economics at Ruskin university in Oxford.
Leo Zeilig Lecturer on the Institute of Commonwealth experiences, college of London.
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Another solution is to use different populations of pollinators over time, and certainly in parts of East Africa this appears to be the case. 2 shows the seasonal flowering patterns of Acacia species present in the Mkomazi reserve, Tanzania (Stone et al. 1998). There is still some overlap between Acacia species, but there is also phenological separation. 6 Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Phenology of three Acacia species in Tanzania. The varying degrees of shading indicate different intensities of leaves, flowers, and pods, in different months, with dark grey indicating prolific, and white none (modified from Dharani 2006).
If the new stem breaks through the sheath near its point of origin, then loose or open tufts result. The thin and fibrous roots are adventitious (meaning they arise from ‘abnormal’ positions; in this case they arise from the lower node or nodes of the stem). g. Chloris gayana) the roots are produced at every node of a surface creeping stem, or stolon. g. Pennisetum purpureum) they arise from the nodes of underground creeping stems, or rhizomes. The ‘flower head’, or inflorescence, is usually at the end of the stem and consists of a much-branched structure called the panicle.
Common grasses, many growing taller than 2 m, include Andropogon species, Hyparrhenia species and Loudetia species. The southern forest–savannah mosaics are similar in structure to the northern mosaics except that the drier southeast boundary merges more gradually into the adjacent miombo woodland savannah already described. Covering a broad area of the southern Democratic Republic of Congo, these southern forest–savannah mosaics are a blend of forest, woodland, shrubland and grassland habitats.
African Struggles Today: Social Movements Since Independence by Peter Dwyer, Leo Zeilig