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A possible starting point is to sort animals according to those that could survive in Antarctica and those that could not. Part of Springer Nature. Antarctic hairgrass (Deschampsia antarctica Desv.) 6, pp. is one of the two flowering plants that, along with Colobanthus quitensis (Kunth) Bartl., was able to settle the ice-free areas of Antarctica. (Poaceae), one of two unique native angiosperms that inhabits the Antarctic regions, one of the harshest ecosystems of the world (Edwards & Lewis-Smith 1988, Zufiiga et al. Abstract. et al. PubMed 24–35. J. Bot., 1971, vol. Taran, N.Yu., Okanenko, O.A., Ozheredova, I.P., et al., Characteristics of the composition of components of lipid and pigment-protein complexes of photosynthetic membranes of Deschampsia antarctica Desv., Dop. 49, no. 26, no. 49, No. 330–338. Native species of the Antarctic Deschampsia antarctica and Colobanthus quitensis exist at the limits of survival of vascular plants. 63–70. Interspecies differences have been found in mature embryo sac size (326.8 ± 12.8 and 161.7 ± 10.4 μm), pollen sterility percentage (86.1 ± 8.9 and 35.3 ± 9.2%), and quantity of pollen in the anthers (140 ± 15.3 and 1578 ± 88.6). This fine, green leaved plant is perennial meaning in lives for around two years. Soc. INTRODUCTION. 126, no. PubMed Chirkova, T.V., Fiziologicheskie osnovy ustoichivosti rastenii (Physiological Basis of Plant Resistance), St. Petersburg: SPbGU, 2002. Nats. 96, no. and Deschampsia antarctica Desv. 5833–5838. 39, no. Photobiol., 2005, vol. 15–26. In Antarctica, there are only 2 types of flowering plants: Antarctic pearlwort (Colobanthus quitensis) and Antarctic hair grass (Deschampsia antarctica). John, U.P., Polotnianka, R.M., Sivakumaran, K.A., et al., Ice recrystallization inhibition proteins (IRIPs) and freeze tolerance in the cryophilic Antarctic hair grass Deschampsia antarctica E. Geodakyan, V.A., Evolutionary theory of sex, Priroda, 1991, no. 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It was found that both species are characterized by sexual mode of reproduction, equal size of pollen grains (25.5 ± 2.2 and 26.2 ± 1.9 μm, respectively), same features of the embryo sac structure, and emryo- and endospermogenesis. 1, nos. in maritime Antarctic, Polar Sci., 2007, vol. 2, pp. Deschampsia antarctica and Colobanthus quitensis are the only vascular plants to have colonized the Maritime Antarctic, which is characterized by its permanently low temperature and frequent summer frosts. 1637–1652. tez. Spangengern, G., et al., WO Patent 049835 A1, 2005. http://www.wipo.int/pctdb/en/wo.jsp?IA=AU2004001633&DISPLAY=DESC. 124–125. 2, pp. is one of the two flowering plants that, along with Colobanthus quitensis (Kunth) Bartl., was able to settle the ice-free areas of Antarctica. II Int. 29, no. The first appearance of this species in the Antarctic was observed in 1953. 28, pp. 4, pp. Original Russian Text © O.I. Zh., 2007, vol. Fundamental adaptations to abiotic environmental factors that qualitatively distinguish them from the other vascular plants of extreme regions, namely temperature, ultraviolet radiation hardiness, and their genetic plasticity in the changeable environment are discussed. The Antarctic is one of the most severe natural habitats in the world, especially for plants. PubMed Central in Maritime Antarctica: a species uniqueness or a long-term adaptive strategies?, Ukr. Soc., 2008, vol. Giełwanowska, I., Szczuka, E., Bednara, J., and Górrecki, R., Anatomical features and ultrastructure of Deschampsia antarctica (Poaceae) leaves from different growing habitats, Ann. Szczuka, E., Gielwanowska, I., Pidek, I.A., et al., Pollen of Antarctic plants Colobanthus guitensis and Deschampsia antarctica and its representation in moss polsters, in Annales Universitatis Mariae Curie-Sklodowska (Lublin, Polonia), 2008, vol. 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The embryology of two species, Deschampsia antarctica, a native species, and Poa annua, an alien species in the Antarctic we studied. Specific environmental conditions have restricted the number of native angiosperm species to only two—Colobanthus quitensis (Caryophyllaceae) and Deschampsia antarctica (Poaceae).Deschampsia antarctica, Antarctic hairgrass (family Poaceae), is the only natural grass … It has yellow flowers and grows about 5 cm (two inches) tall, with a cushion-like growth habit that gives it a moss-like appearance. 75–86. 15, no. Lyakh, V.A. 61, no. The most commonly found photosynthetic organisms in the Maritime Antarctic and continental edge are lichens (around 380 species) and bryophytes (130 species). Inter. Article Kim, J.H., Ahn, I.-Y., Lee, K.S., et al., Vegetation of Barton Peninsula in the neighborhood of King Sejong Station (King George Island, maritime Antarctic), Polar. 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