Of or pertaining to plants of the genus Erica

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  • ericoid — adjective Date: 1848 resembling heath < ericoid foliage > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • ericoid — er·i·coid …   English syllables

  • ericoid — /ˈɛrəkɔɪd/ (say eruhkoyd), /ˈɛri / (say eree ) adjective (of a leaf) small and sharp pointed, as the leaf of an erica or other heath …   Australian English dictionary

  • ericoid — ˈerəˌkȯid adjective Etymology: New Latin Erica + English oid : resembling heath; especially : narrow and recurved used of leaves …   Useful english dictionary

  • Ericoid mycorrhiza — are a symbiotic relationship between fungi and the roots of plants from the order Ericales. Ericoid mycorrhiza are considered crucial for the success of the family Ericaceae in variety of edaphically stressful environments worldwide (Read, 1992) …   Wikipedia

  • Madagascar ericoid thickets — The Madagascar ericoid thickets is a montane shrubland ecoregion, found in the high mountains of Madagascar.The ecoregion covers the area above 1800 meters elevation in separate mountain areas of Madagascar, Tsaratanana (2,876 m), Marojejy (2,133 …   Wikipedia

  • Mycorrhiza — This mycorrhiza includes a fungus in the genus Amanita A mycorrhiza (Gk. μυκός, mykós, fungus and ριζα, riza, roots ,[1] pl mycorrhizae, mycorrhizas) is a symbiotic (generally mutualistic …   Wikipedia

  • Ecoregions of Madagascar — Madagascar island, located in the Indian Ocean off the east coast of Africa, is the fourth largest island in the world. Its long isolation from neighbouring continents allowed the evolution of distinct communities of plants and animals. It is… …   Wikipedia

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  • Brezal de Madagascar — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Brezal de Madagascar Ecozona: Afrotropical Bioma: Pradera de montaña Extensión: 1.300 km2 Estado de conservación: En peligro crítico Países …   Wikipedia Español

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