- From the northern constellation Cassiopeia, because of its proximity to the celestial pole. (Wiktionary)
“And after arranging there his naval strategy, he entered the Adriatic sea, and came to an island called Cassiope, where the Venetian fleet - and the son of the Doge - with many ships was hostile to Duke Robert.”
“In another experiment, flowering of the dwarf heather-like shrub '' Cassiope tetragona '' stopped when it was shaded .”
“Growth responses of '' Cassiope tetragona '' to warming were greatest at a site in the high Arctic and a high-altitude site in the low Arctic when compared with the warmest low-altitude site in the low Arctic .”
“Differential growth responses of '' Cassiope tetragona '', an arctic dwarf shrub, to environmental perturbations among three contrasting high - and subarctic sites.”
“Effects of simulated climate change on the sexual reproductive effort of '' Cassiope tetragona ''.”
“However, recent work has shown that a fungal pathogen (Exobasidium) of Cassiope tetragona and Andromeda polifolia reduces host plant growth, reproductive investment, and survival .”
“Little ice age temperature estimated by growth and flowering differences between sub fossil and extant shoots of Cassiope tetragona, an arctic heather.”
“Fig. 7.15. (a) Number of leaves produced per year in shoots of '' Cassiope tetragona '' as a function of mean July temperature and (b) correlation between a growth parameter in '' Hylocomium splendens '' and mean annual temperature at seven arctic and subarctic sites.”
“Strong relationships between growth and temperature in the circumpolar ericaceous dwarf shrub Cassiope tetragona and the feather moss Hylocomium splendens can be used to model range changes.”
“Many of these species are common community dominants, including Carex bigelowii/arctisibirica, C. stans, Dryas octopetala/punctata, Cassiope tetragona, and the moss Tomentypnum nitens.”
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