- Lycopodiaceae Lycopodium sect. Caroliniana J.G.Bruce -- American Fern Journal 66 1976 Lycopodiaceae Lycopodium subgen. Lepidotis Domin -- Bibliotheca Botanica 89(4) 1928 = Bibliotheca Botanica Heft 85 (Jan. 1915). — “IPNI Plant Name Query Results”,
- LYCOPODIUM, the principal genus of the Lycopodiaceae, a natural order of the Fern-allies (see Pteridophyta). They are flowerless herbs, with an erect, prostrate or creeping widelybranched stem, with small simple leaves which thickly cover the stem and branches. — “Lycopodium - LoveToKnow 1911”, 1911
- Lycopodium crassum Many of the species now recognized in Lycopodium have been segregated from Lycopodium clavatum, L. annotinum, and L. jussiaei Desvaux ex Poiret. — “Lycopodium crassum”,
- Lycopodium is a genus of clubmosses, also known as ground pines, in the family Lycopodiaceae, a family of fern-allies (see Pteridophyta). They are flowerless, vascular, terrestrial or epiphytic plants, with widely-branched, erect, prostrate. — “Lycopodium - ”,
- Lycopodium obscurum (3 F) Pages in category "Lycopodium" This category contains only the in category "Lycopodium" The following 9 files are in this category, out of 9 total. 007. — “Category:Lycopodium - Wikimedia Commons”,
- History.—Lycopodium, or Common club moss, is found in almost all parts of the earth, especially in northern regions, growing in dry situations, as pastures, mountains, and woods. If lycopodium be heated slowly it burns with violence, but if brought. — “Lycopodium (U. S. P.)—Lycopodium. | Henriette's Herbal Homepage”,
- Lycopodium Manufacturers & Lycopodium Suppliers Directory - Find a Lycopodium Manufacturer and Supplier. Choose quality Lycopodium Manufacturers, Suppliers, Exporters at . — “Lycopodium-Lycopodium Manufacturers, Suppliers and Exporters”,
- Online Information article about LYCOPODIUM. — “LYCOPODIUM - Online Information article about LYCOPODIUM”,
- Learn about Lycopodium on . Find info and videos including: Homeopathy: Lycopodium, What Are the Benefits of Lycopodium?, How to Grow Lycopodium and much more. — “Lycopodium - ”,
- Definition of lycopodium in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of lycopodium. Pronunciation of lycopodium. Translations of lycopodium. lycopodium synonyms, lycopodium antonyms. Information about lycopodium in the free online English dictionary and. — “lycopodium - definition of lycopodium by the Free Online”,
- Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the principal that 'like cures like', in a tiny dilution - so the indications below are what a healthy person would feel if taking Lycopodium Clavatum. If your symptoms fit within the symptoms below, then Lycopodium Clavatum would be a good bet. — “Lycopodium Clavatum - Homeopathic Remedies”,
- alpestre (Hartman) Love & Love Lycopodium annotinum ssp. pungens (LaPyle) Hulten SCS PLANT CODE : LYAN2 COMMON NAMES : stiff clubmoss bristly clubmoss interrupted clubmoss TAXONOMY : The currently accepted scientific name of stiff clubmoss is Lycopodium annotinum L. [14,25,27]. — “Lycopodium annotinum”, fs.fed.us
- Definition of lycopodium from Webster's New World College Dictionary. any of a genus (Lycopodium) of usually creeping, often evergreen, lycopods, very popular as Christmas decorations. — “lycopodium - Definition of lycopodium at ”,
- Lists all the species of Family Lycopodiaceae, genus Lycopodium, of the world. — “Lycopodium species of clubmoss in the world”, .nz
- Lycopodium is an Australian based engineering and project management business providing a diverse range of services to various industry areas. Through five subsidiaries, Lycopodium provides a complete engineering service from the. — “Lycopodium Limited”, .au
- Lycopodium, or club moss, species occur relatively frequently in northern hardwood forests (Curtis, 1959; Kotar, Kovach, and Locey, 1988) Lycopodium species are not related to the mosses as some might think, but rather are related to the ferns and are considered to. — “Non-Timber Forest Products and Implications for Forest Managers”, extension.umn.edu
- Gen. Lycopodium (Lycopodiaceae) / Plants of Italy - Flora italiana. — “Gen. Lycopodium (Lycopodiaceae) / Plants of Italy - Flora”,
- Lycopodium species (LYCOPODIACEAE) Lycopodium obscurum (Ground Pine) Lycopodium complanatum Cedar) Lycopodium lucidulum (Running Clubmoss) Lycopodium sp (Further. — “lycopodium”, cedarcreek.umn.edu
- Grain dust, like lycopodium powder, is not especially flammable, but when grain is dumped into a grain silo or elevator, some of the finer dust particles can remain suspended in air, surrounded by oxygen. The mixture can be ignited by a spark or flame, resulting in a devastating explosion. — “Demonstrations - Lycopodium Powder”, angelo.edu
- Lycopodium can become terrified by almost anything being alone, the dark, ghosts, even strange dogs. In Lycopodium, it refers more to the state of suffering which occurs. — “International Academy of CLASSICAL HOMEOPATHY - LYCOPODIUM”,
- lycopodium n. A plant of the genus Lycopodium, which includes the club mosses. The yellowish powdery spores of certain club mosses, especially. — “lycopodium: Definition from ”,
- Lycopodium clavatum. Club moss (scientific name Lycopodium Clavatum) is an herb that is also known by several other names, such as Lamb's Tail and Fox Tail, Wolfs Claw, Stag's Horn Moss and Vegetable Sulphur as well as Running Pine and Witch Meal. — “Lycopodium - Homeopathy”, herbs2000.com
- Lycopodium is a genus of clubmosses, also known as ground pines or creeping cedar, in the family Lycopodiaceae, a family of fern-allies (see Pteridophyta) Lycopodium alboffii (southernmost South America and the Falkland Islands). — “Lycopodium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
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- Lycopodium Explosion (Grain Elevator Explosion) In Mr. Misialeks Science class we do a explosion of lycopodium representing a "Grain Elevator Explosion"
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- High-Speed Lycopodium Combustion Lycopodium powder, frequently used by both chemists and magicians, is caught on high speed video as it is blown across a candle. The fine organic powder, normally only minimally combustable, becomes very flammable when dispersed through the air. Video shot by Dr. Chris Schrempp
- Surface Area - Lycopodium and a Jack-o-lantern.mp4 This is a demonstration of the effects of surface area on combustion. Lycopodium is a very fine powder. If you light a match to it, it will not light on fire, however. This is because of the relatively small amount of oxygen that is in contact wit the powder. The powder has a relatively small surface area when just heaped up in a pile. However, if you spray the powder into the air, there is a much greater surface area. This increased surface area adds to the amount of oxygen that is able to make contact with the powder. Thus, a small spark or flame can create a very hazardous situation! People who work where flamable substances can be broken down into small pieces (grain mills, wood working factories, etc.) need to use caution when dealing with sparks and open flames. In this demonstration, lycopodium powder is sprayed into a jack-o-lantern. The small candle inside helps to illustrate why surface area is so important to consider in chemical reactions!
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- Lycopodium Powder Explosion (REMIX) The video clips were taken from my cell phone, and later remixed into a video. This is Lycopodium powder; a substance that quickly combusts when spaced out, and ignited with flame. This is our Science teacher: Ms.Bremner. She has an empty coffee tin, with a lit candle, and a rubber tube connected through a hole in the side of the can. When air is blown through the rubber tube, the small cap of Lycopodium powder is placed in front of where the air blows into. The highly flammable powder is separated and blows around the coffee tin(covered); and when it comes in contact with fire, it rapidly combusts. Eye Of The Tiger - Survivor Made by; Gracie (OptimisticBiscuit)
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- Lycopodium Powder - How to get / make it! Lycopodium powder is a fine yellow powder, that can be used in a lot of fire-experiments as "witch-powder", dust explosions, magic tricks and more.. In this video i show you how to get it from the spores of the plant; Lycopodium clavatum.
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- Faraday Lecture - Lycopodium Powder Explosion Faraday Christmas Lecture (Chemistry Department, University of Utah, December 2008). Chuck Wight demonstrates how to cause an explosion of lycopodium powder in a paint can.
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- Fine Dust Explosion - Lycopodium Powder Steve Spangler gives you slow-motion look at creating a ball of fire using lycopodium powder. This shows the dangers of a fine dust explosion.
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- Lycopodium Demonstration Kit Try this experiment and you will never teach reaction rates the same way again. Each demonstration shows the dramatic effect of surface area on reaction rate in a spectacular way. With each step, you disperse more powder into the air and create increasingly larger explosions, culminating in the power of the Exploding Can. It's the one experiment your students will not forget: Carolina Biological Supply Company and Elon University School of Communications collaborated to create this video. Filming and editing: Conor Britain '09.
- Burning of lycopodium powder Lycopodium powder is a powder historically used as a flash powder. This is a yellow-tan powder that is composed of the spores of clubmosses, principally in the genera Lycopodium and Diphasiastrum. Preferred species are Lycopodium clavatum, the wolf's-foot clubmoss, and Diphasiastrum digitatum, the common groundcedar, because these species are prolific in their spore production and are easy to collect. The spores, when mixed with air, are highly flammable because of their high fat content and surface area (grain size is approximately 33 μm). The principal early use of Lycopodium powder was in photography, to provide the extra light needed for low-light photography and for portraits. It has also been used in fireworks, fingerprint powders, as a covering for pills and in explosives. Today, the principal use of the powder is by magicians to produce safe flashes in magic acts. It is also used in in certain cases for cinema and theater special effects, in order to create flames that are large and impressive but relatively easy to manage safely. In physics experiments, the powder is also used to make sound-waves in air visible for observation and measurement, and to make a pattern of electrostatic charge visible. For example, Nicéphore Niépce used Lycopodium as fuel for the first internal combustion engine, the Pyréolophore as early as 1807. Chester Carlson used lycopodium powder in his early experiments to demonstrate xerography. Another interesting experiment that may be done ...
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- Lycopodium Spores At Cerro de la Muerte. Ignore my commentary about dispersal. There was almost no O2 at that altitude and I forgot how long they had been around that long distance dispersal, though possible, is probably not going to play that big a part in the biogeography.
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“I have some lycopodium powder that I got for use as wood filler, but I've never used it. I am looking for advice in mixing, applying and levelin”
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“The particular lycopod we were after is Lycopodium clavatum, which is widespread but rare in North America. as a child I don't recall ever having seen Lycopodium, but DB has discovered a large patch (probably over”
“Nikt is the Swedish name for the spores of Lycopodium - we have two common species, Lycopodium clavatum and Lycopodium annotinum, but I expect that the unripe seedheads of any Lycopodium can be gathered and dried (in a paper bag! Blog - Henriette's blog. Add new comment. I am a physicist, not yet an”
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“blog. November 24th , 2010. Natural remedies for peptic ulcers. Peptic ulcers can affect both the stomach (gastric ulcers) and the Lycopodium – pains often associated with eructations and bloating”
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