Meiotic behaviour of individual chromosomes in allotriploid Alstroemeria hybrids. (1/9)

Chromosome association and chiasma formation were studied in pollen mother cells at metaphase I of four allotriplod BC1 plants (2n=3x=24) obtained from the backcross of the hybrid Alstroemeria aurea x A. inodora with its parent A. inodora. We distinguished the chromosomes of both parental species by genomic in situ hybridization (GISH), whereas the individual chromosomes were identified on the basis of their multicolour FISH banding patterns obtained after a second hybridization with two species-specific satellite repeats as probes. All the four BC1 plants possessed two genomes of A. inodora and one of A. aurea. Variable numbers of recombinant chromosomes, resulting from meiotic recombination in the interspecific hybrid, were present in these plants. The homologous A. inodora chromosomes generally formed bivalents, leaving the homoeologous A. aurea chromosomes unassociated. High frequencies of trivalents were observed for the chromosome sets that contained recombinant chromosomes, even when the recombinant segments were small. Chromosome associations in the trivalents were restricted to homologous segments. The implications of the absence of homoeologous chromosome pairing on gamete constitution and prospects for introgression in Alstroemeria are discussed.  (+info)

Ethylene and flower longevity in Alstroemeria: relationship between tepal senescence, abscission and ethylene biosynthesis. (2/9)

Senescence of floral organs is broadly divided into two groups: those that exhibit sensitivity to exogenous ethylene and those that do not. Endogenous ethylene production from the former group is via a well-characterized biochemical pathway and is either due to developmental or pollination-induced senescence. Many flowers from the order Liliales are characterized as ethylene-insensitive since they do not appear to produce endogenous ethylene, or respond to exogenous ethylene treatments, however, the majority of cases studied are wilting flowers, rather than those where life is terminated by perianth abscission. The role of ethylene in the senescence and abscission of Alstroemeria peruviana cv. Rebecca and cv. Samora tepals was previously unclear, with silver treatments recommended for delaying leaf rather than flower senescence. In the present paper the effects of exogenous ethylene, 2-chloroethylphosphonic acid (CEPA) and silver thiosulphate (STS) treatments on tepal senescence and abscission have been investigated. Results indicate that sensitivity to ethylene develops several days after flower opening such that STS only has a limited ability to delay tepal abscission. Detachment force measurements indicate that cell separation events are initiated after anthesis. Endogenous ethylene production was measured using laser photoacoustics and showed that Alstroemeria senesce independently of ethylene production, but that an extremely small amount of ethylene (0.15 nl flower(-1) h(-1)) is produced immediately prior to abscission. Investigation of the expression of genes involved in ethylene biosysnthesis by semi-quantitative RT-PCR indicated that transcriptional regulation is likely to be at the level of ACC oxidase, and that the timing of ACC oxidase gene expression is coincident with development of sensitivity to exogenous ethylene.  (+info)

Isolation of individual egg cells and zygotes in Alstroemeria followed by manual selection with a microcapillary-connected micropump. (3/9)

AIMS: To develop a procedure for isolating living egg cells and zygotes from Alstroemeria ovules. SCOPE: An attempt was made to isolate egg cells and zygotes from the ovules of Alstroemeria aurea. The ovules were histologically observed using a clearing procedure which revealed the localization and sizes of the embryo sacs and egg apparatus within the ovules. For the isolation of egg cells, ovules were cut into sections with a surgical blade and treated with an enzyme solution. Subsequently, these ovule sections were dissected using a glass needle under an inverted microscope. Egg cells successfully isolated by this procedure were collected using microcapillaries connected to a micropump. For zygote isolation, ovules were excised from ovaries 24 h after self-pollination. By treating excised ovules with an enzyme solution and subsequently dissecting them using a glass needle, zygotes were successfully isolated from the ovules and collected with a microcapillary. The isolated zygotes were associated with pollen tubes and one of the synergids. Egg cells and zygotes were viable for up to 2 h following isolation, as determined by fluorescein diacetate staining. CONCLUSIONS: The procedures for isolating egg cells and zygotes in Alstroemeria were established, and each egg cell and zygote was captured with a microcapillary.  (+info)

A distinct tospovirus causing necrotic streak on Alstroemeria sp. in Colombia. (4/9)

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A specific group of genes respond to cold dehydration stress in cut Alstroemeria flowers whereas ambient dehydration stress accelerates developmental senescence expression patterns. (5/9)

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Deletions and recombinations with the RNA1 3' ends of different tobraviruses have created a multitude of tobacco rattle virus TCM-related RNA2 species in Alstroemeria and tulip. (6/9)

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Volatile emissions of scented Alstroemeria genotypes are dominated by terpenes, and a myrcene synthase gene is highly expressed in scented Alstroemeria flowers. (7/9)

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Ribosomal DNA distribution and a genus-wide phylogeny reveal patterns of chromosomal evolution in Alstroemeria (Alstroemeriaceae). (8/9)

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*Alstroemeria

Species Alstroemeria achirae - Maule Alstroemeria albescens - Rio Grande do Sul Alstroemeria altoparadisea - Goiás Alstroemeria ... Bío Bío Alstroemeria ibitipocae - Minas Gerais Alstroemeria igarapavica - São Paulo Alstroemeria inodora - Brazil Alstroemeria ... Chile Alstroemeria monticola - Bahia, Minas Gerais Alstroemeria nidularis - Maule Alstroemeria nivea - Coquimbo Alstroemeria ... Goiás Alstroemeria pygmaea - Peru, Brazil, Argentina Alstroemeria radula - Brazil Alstroemeria recumbens - Chile Alstroemeria ...

*Alstroemeria achirae

... was described by Muñoz Schick & Brinck, and published in Gayana, Botanic 57(1): 56-57, f. 2. 2000. The ... Alstroemeria achirae is a flowering plant, a herbaceous, perennial and rhizomatous species belonging to the family ... "Alstroemeria achirae Muñoz-Schick & Brinck". Tropicos.org. Missouri Botanical Garden. Retrieved November 3, 2015. Images in ... plant was named Alstroemeria in honour of the Swedish botanist baron Clas Alströmer (Claus von Alstroemer) by his friend Carl ...

*Alstroemeria pulchella

... is a perennial herb with underground tubers. Flowers grow in umbels of 3-8 flowers. They can be red to ... Alstroemeria pulchella is a South American species of flowering plant in the family Alstroemeriaceae. It is native to Brazil, ... 26 Page 200 Alstroemeria pulchella Linnaeus f., Suppl. Pl. 206. 1782. Biota of North America Program 2014 county distribution ... map Assis, M.C.de (2001). Alstroemeria L. (Alstroemeriaceae) do Brasil: 1-165. Tese de Doutorado, Instituto de Biociências da ...

*Alstroemeria discolor

... is a species of monocotyledonous plants from Alstroemeria genus, Alstroemeriaceae family, described by ... According Catalogue of Life Alstroemeria discolor doesn't have any known subspecies. Ravenna, 2000 In: Onira 4: 44 Roskov, Y.; ...

*Alstroemeria psittacina

Alstroemeria cf. psittacina Lehm., Alstroemeria pulchella L.f. is cited as a misapplied name of this plant, according to ... FloraBase, the Western Australian Flora: Alstroemeria psittacina Plant Viruses Online: Alstroemeria mosaic potyvirus USDA ... Alstroemeria psittacina is cultivated as an ornamental plant by plant nurseries, for use in temperate gardens, such as in ... Alstroemeria psittacina, with the common names Peruvian lily, parrot flower, parrot lily, lily of the Incas, and princess lily ...

*Alstroemeria kingii

... is a species of flowering plant in the family Alstroemeriaceae, native to north Chile. "Alstroemeria kingii ...

*Alstroemeria patagonica

... is a species of flowering plant in the family Alstroemeriaceae, native to southern Argentina and ... "Alstroemeria patagonica", World Checklist of Selected Plant Families, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, retrieved 2018-01-03 ...

*Alstroemeria ligtu

... is a species of flowering plant in the family Alstroemeriaceae, native to Peru, northwest Argentina and ... "Alstroemeria ligtu", World Checklist of Selected Plant Families, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, retrieved 2018-01-04 ...

*Alstroemeria pygmaea

... is a species of monocotyledonous plant in the genus Alstroemeria, and in the family Alstroemeriaceae. It ...

*Sarah Rhodes

Alstroemeria sp. Lily Media related to Sarah Rhodes at Wikimedia Commons Cadmans at St John the Evangelist Roundhay, Leeds A ...

*List of plants of Cerrado vegetation of Brazil

Alstroemeria cunea Vell. Alstroemeria foliosa Mart. Alstroemeria gardneri Baker Alstroemeria plantaginea Mart. Alstroemeria ... Alstroemeria pulchella L.f. Alstroemeria scarlatina Ravenna Alstroemeria stenocephala Schenk Alstroemeria viridiflora Warm. ... Alstroemeria brasiliensis Spreng. Alstroemeria burchelii Baker Alstroemeria caryophyllacea Jacq. ... Alstroemeria zamioides Baker Alternanthera brasiliana (L.) Kuntze Alternanthera brasiliana (L.) O.Kuntze var. moquinii (Webb. ...

*List of honey plants

Sisal) Alstroemeria cunea Vell. Alternanthera brasiliana Kuntze Alternanthera dentata (Moench) Stuchlik ex R.E.Fries ...

*List of plants of Pantanal vegetation of Brazil

Pfaffia glomerata (Spreng.) Pedersen Alstroemeria cf. psittacina Lehm. Hippeastrum belladonna L. Anacardium humile A.St.-Hil. ...

*List of taxa named by Ruiz and Pavón

A [ = Alstroemeria purpurea Ruiz & Pav. ] S (basionym) B. rosea (Ruiz & Pav.) Herb. A [ = Alstroemeria rosea Ruiz & Pav. ] S ( ... A [ = Alstroemeria cordifolia Ruiz & Pav. ] S B. crocea (Ruiz & Pav.) Herb. A [ = Alstroemeria crocea Ruiz & Pav. ] S (basionym ... A [ = Alstroemeria latifolia Ruiz & Pav. ] S B. macrocarpa (Ruiz & Pav.) Herb. S [ = Alstroemeria tomentosa Ruiz & Pav. ] S ( ... A [ = Alstroemeria anceps Ruiz & Pav. ] S (basionym) B. bracteata (Ruiz & Pav.) Herb. A [ = Alstroemeria bracteata Ruiz & Pav ...

*Tulipanin

It can be found in Alstroemeria spp., Berberis spp., Cissus sicyoides, Hymenocallis spp., Manihot utilissima, Meliosma tenuis, ...

*Hippeastrum

"Pictures of Hippeastrum species (South America)". Meerow, Alan (1999). "Amaryllis and Alstroemeria: Old Crops, New Potential" ( ...

*Alstroemeriaceae

Alstroemeria ligtu: endemic to Chile, it grows in stoney, sand, dry soil. It flowers at the end of spring and the beginning of ... The genus Alstroemeria, commonly called the Peruvian lilies, are popular florist's and garden flowers. The genus Bomarea is a ... Alstroemeria haemantha: endemic to Chile, especially near Valparaíso. It grown near rocks and flowers at the beginning of ... Alstroemeria psittacina: distributed in the Brazilian swamp, Peru and the Misiones Province in Argentina. Its flowers have a ...

*Bomarea

These plants are similar to their relatives in Alstroemeria, but many take a twining form. Others stand freely upright. A ... 2001). Generic delimitation between Alstroemeria and Bomarea (Alstroemeriaceae). Annals of Botany 88(6) 1057-69. Hofreiter, A ...

*List of MeSH codes (B06)

... alstroemeria (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.388.100.610.117 --- anemarrhena (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.388. ...

*Resupination

The genera Bomarea and Alstroemeria often exhibit resupinate leaves. In the family Orchidaceae, the flower tepals typically ...

*Clas Alströmer

The genus Alstroemeria was named after him by Linnaeus. The standard author abbreviation Alstr. is used to indicate this person ...

*Neotoxoptera formosana

The aphid is a carrier of garlic latent potyvirus and alstroemeria mosaic potyvirus. "Neotoxoptera formosana in Aphid species ...

*6-Hydroxycyanidin

... 3-malonylglucoside can be extracted from the flowers of Alstroemeria sp. Available Flavonoids on atchem.net 6 ... and other anthocyanins from Alstroemeria cultivars. Nygatd A.-M., Aksnes D. W., Andersen O. M. and Bakken A. K., Acta chemica ... 3-malonylglucoside, a novel malonylanthocyanin from the flowers of Alstroemeria sp. (ca. 50 g). F. Tatsuzawa, N. Murata, K. ...

*Koninklijke Algemeene Vereniging voor Bloembollencultuur

Alrawia (Wendelbo) K. Persson & Wendelbo Alstroemeria L. Amarcrinum Coutts Amarine Sealy Amarygia Cif. & Giacom. Amaryllis L. ...

*Aurantinidin

... and also in cultivars from genus Alstroemeria. FLAVONOIDS: Chemistry, biochemistry and applications by Oyvind M. Andersen and ...
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Alstroemeria is a genus of perennials (one annual species) with fleshy rhizomes, in the Alstroemeriaceae family. All species are from South America. Leontochir is a genus with one species that is closely related and is found in Chile. Dwarf Alstroemeria was the topic of the week for the Pacific Bulb Society list in June 2003. Click on the link to read Jane McGarys Introduction. Growers of this genus utilize different techniques to get the seeds germinated, but most will agree that soaking the seeds for 24 hours is the best way to get the process started. Alstroemeria seeds dont seem to respond to dormancy breaking hormones. Some growers scarify them by making a small nick just above the embryo, which may be seen as a dark spot. Scarification, however, is not always necessary. Seeds do not have to be sown "fresh" but sown at the right time of the year. However, even in the best conditions, seeds collected before they are fully ripened will have low a germination rate. In habitat, the ripe seeds ...
Alstroemeria albescens é uma planta da família das Alstroemeriaceae, considerada endêmica do Morro São Pedro, em Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil . Anexo:Lista de espécies endêmicas da flora de Santa Catarina Marta Camargo de Assis. New Species of Alstroemeria (Alstroemeriaceae) from Brazil. IN Novon: A Journal for Botanical Nomenclature. Jun 2009 : Vol. 19, Issue 2, pg(s) 145-149. Flora do Brasil - http://floradobrasil.jbrj.gov.br/2010/index?mode=1&group=Flora.Angiospermas&family=&genus=&species=&author=&common=&occurs=2®ion=&state=&phyto=4&endemic=1&nativa=-1&last_level= ...
The Alstroemeria flower has a lily appearance and is available in many color choices. There are approximately 50 species of the genus Alstroemeria, with most hybrid plants being created in a laboratory setting, according to plantingflowerbulbs.com. The flowers are popular in cut flower bouquets and floral ...
Alstroemeria[1]​ es un género sudamericano perteneciente a la familia de las alstroemeriáceas, que comprende 124 especies que se distribuyen desde el sur de Venezuela hasta el sur de Argentina y Chile. El género fue nombrado por Carlos Linneo en honor de su amigo, el botánico sueco Clas Alströmer, quien fue el primero en recolectar semillas de estas especies en Sudamérica y enviarlas a Europa en 1753. Las plantas de Alstroemeria son tuberosas o rizomatosas y perennes. Cada tallo erecto tiene un follaje de pocas hojas lanceoladas y termina en una umbela de 3 a 10 flores. Estas tienen 6 tépalos con marcas y parches de colores contrastantes. El número cromosómico básico del género es x = 8.[2]​[3]​[4]​ . El número exacto de especies es difícil de precisar ya que constantemente se descubren nuevos taxones[5]​[6]​[7]​[8]​ y existen, además, problemas a nivel de nomenclatura que determinan que muchos de los nombres que se citan, en realidad sean casos de ...
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Alstroemeria is often grown in a greenhouse for cut flowers, but some species and hybrids, such as A. ligtu will overwinter outside in North Carolina. Mulch well in winter to attempt to ensure survival. ...
Alstroemeria is a flowering lily plant. There are over 120 species available, many native to South America. Some are winter blooming while others bloo
In this study, the concentrations of 25, 375 and 500 ml L-1 of Cola+ 2000 mg L-1 of peppermint essence and concentrations of 30, 45 and 60 ml L-1 of apple extract +2000 mg L-1 rosemary essence on Alstroemeria cut flowers (Cv. balance) were investigated to verify the use of natural ingredients in flowers preservative solutions. This experiment was conducted in the laboratory of Gorgan University of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, in 2014. Results showed that the interaction of cola with peppermint essence and apple extract with rosemary essence at above concentrations increase the vase life of flower, flower diameter and anthocyanin at significantly level of %1. The highest amount of vase life was related to concentration of 500 ml L-1 of cola (15 days), while vase life in control treatment (distilled water) was 9 days. The highest flower diameter was recorded in apple extract (45 ml L-1) + Rosemary essence (2000 mg L-1). The highest amount of anthocyanin was obtained in cola treatments of
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Liliales (older name: Lilia) is an order of monocotyledonous flowering plants in the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group and Angiosperm Phylogeny Web system, within the lilioid monocots. This order of necessity includes the family Liliaceae. The APG III system (2009) places this order in the monocot clade. In APG III, the family Luzuriagaceae is combined with the family Alstroemeriaceae and the family Petermanniaceae is recognized. Both the Lililiales order and the Liliaceae family have had a widely disputed history, with the circumscription varying greatly from one taxonomist to another. Previous members of this order, which at one stage included most monocots with conspicuous tepals and lacking starch in the endosperm are now distributed over three orders, Liliales, Dioscoreales and Asparagales, using predominantly molecular phylogenetics. The newly delimited Liliales is monophyletic, with ten families. Well known plants from the order include Lilium (lily), tulip, the North American wildflower ...
Alstromeria has beautiful flowers that is popular in the world. One of the most problem in commercial of this flower is ethylene sensitivity and bacterial contamination in stem end of cut flowers. In this experiment, effect of essential oils of bitter orange (0, 25 and 50 mg l-1) and lawson cypress (0, 100 and 200 mg l-1) and nonchemical treatment (with and without) with 18 treatments, 3 replications and 54 plots were tested on vase life and quality of cut Alsteromeria. ANOVA showed that interaction effect of mentioned treatments were significant on all of traits except loss of fresh weight. Results showed that L200B50S0 (200 mg l-1 essential oil lawson cypress × 50 mg l-1 bitter orange without splitting) and L200B0S1 (200 mg l-1 essential oil lawson cypress × 0 mg l-1 bitter orange with splitting) had highest vase life. Also, lowest bacterial population found in L200B50S1 (200 mg l-1 essential oil lawson cypress × 50 mg l-1 bitter orange with splitting).
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Thus circumscribed, this order consists mostly of herbaceous plants, but lianas and shrubs occur. They are mostly perennial plants, with food storage organs such as corms or rhizomes. The family Corsiaceae is notable for being heterotrophs.. The order has worldwide distribution. The larger families (with more than 100 species) are roughly confined to the Northern Hemisphere, or are distributed worldwide, centering on the north. On the other hand, the smaller families (with up to 10 species) are confined to the Southern Hemisphere, or sometimes just to Australia or South America. The total number of species in the order is now about 1300.. As with any herbaceous group, the fossil record of the Liliales is rather scarce. There are several species from the Eocene, such as Petermanniopsis anglesaensis or Smilax, but their identification is not definite. Another known fossil is Ripogonum scandens from the Miocene. Due to the scarcity of data, it seems impossible to determine precisely the age and the ...
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We have lists of bulbs that do well with no fussing, bulbs that wont do well even if you do fuss a bit, and now, how about bulbs that over- extend themselves? Sometimes these are ones that are difficult to get started, like lily- of-the-valley (Convallaria majalis) and Peruvian lily (Alstroemeria aurantiaca). Once they decide to grow, however, theyre off! Some produce copious seed and offsets, like Spanish bluebells (currently Hyacinthoides hispanica, I think) and various Muscari. I dont think any bulbs invade natural areas on their own, though Alstroemeria can explode their seedpods and shoot their seeds a short distance. The more usual method of invasion is by tidy gardeners who have been observed trundling wheelbarrow loads of them into the woods. Once there, they spread. So - what bulbs would you warn against in your area? Diane Whitehead ...
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Red streaks on the skin may indicate cellulitis, which is a common skin infection or infection of the soft tissue under the skin, explains WebMD. Other symptoms of cellulitis include swelling,...
Angiosperm Phylogeny Group. (2016). An update of the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group classification for the orders and families of flowering plants: APG IV. ,em,Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society.,/em, 181(1): 1-20. 10.1111/boj.12385 ...
While the monocotyledons have remained extremely stable in their outer borders as a well-defined and coherent monophylectic group, the deeper internal relationships have undergone considerable flux, with many competing classification systems over time.[33]. Historically, Bentham (1877), considered the monocots to consist of four alliances, Epigynae, Coronariae, Nudiflorae and Glumales, based on floral characteristics. He describes the attempts to subdivide the group since the days of Lindley as largely unsuccessful.[83] Like most subsequent classification systems it failed to distinguish between two major orders, Liliales and Asparagales, now recognised as quite separate.[84] A major advance in this respect was the work of Rolf Dahlgren (1980),[85] which would form the basis of the Angiosperm Phylogeny Groups (APG) subsequent modern classification of monocot families. Dahlgren who used the alternate name Lilliidae considered the monocots as a subclass of angiosperms characterised by a single ...
A micropump in which a fluid is pumped by the interaction of longitudinal acoustic waves and the fluid in the microchannel. The micropump having an acoustical transducer responsive to a high-frequency
A micropump disposed within a human body for continuously delivering small quantities of a pharmaceutical liquid stored therein to be injected in a human body, wherein the delivery rate is controlled by the action of a pharmaceutical liquid injection control device in response to external electric signals.
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The Blue-winged Kookaburra is a large kingfisher with a big square head and a long bill. It has a distinctive pale eye. The head is off-white with brown streaks, the shoulders are sky blue and it has a uniform blue rump.The throat is plain white and the underparts are white with faint scalloped orange-brown bars.The back is mid brown. Males have a dark blue tail while females tails are barred red-brown or blackish. Otherwise the sexes are similar. The legs and feet are grey and the bill is dark above and yellowish below. Juveniles have paler streaks on the head with darker mottlings. There is slight geographical variation with plumage more buff in north-western Australia (race clifoni). The Blue-winged Kookaburra is also known as the Barking or Howling Jackass or Leachs Kookaburra. As they are shy and often quiet in the foliage they may be overlooked. ...
Sluggishness, faded color, frayed fins, bloating, cloudy eyes, sores, abscesses, red streaks on body, reddening or inflammation of the skin or the fins, bulging eyes, rapid breathing are all signs that may indicate a bacterial Infection. Treat with an antibiotic. If one anti-biotic fails try a different type of antibiotic. There are 2 types gram positive and gram negative. Here is a detailed explanation of bacterial infections in fish ...
He didnt really know what had brought him into this part of the city with its dim and dingy corridors. Deltas shuffled by, their vague gazes barely focusing on him. Shabby clothes and shabby little lives. There was nothing to interest Avon here; the last time he had been down this way was nearly eighteen years ago, running for his life after killing a rogue dealer in exit visas. Nothing had changed though. Water still ran down the walls leaving coloured streaks on the peeling paintwork; smells of unwashed bodies and stale food still hung in every corner and the heavy, constant sound of the machinery never faded. Nothing had changed. Nothing except himself.. And yet looking at it one way, hed merely come full circle. Maybe that was why he was here, to finally acknowledge self-interest triumphant. Greed had brought him to this place originally; greed and a woman. Now he was here again. When he took his place beside Servalan tomorrow, the last traces of his six-year flirtation with the ideals of ...
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The ongoing Melanthiaceae project by Wendy B. Zomlefer (FLAS) was initiated by her work on the Generic Flora of the Southeastern United States project (NSF; DEB-9419940, Walter S. Judd, principal investigator; DEB-9419952, Norton G. Miller, principal investigator). The current focus is on the relationships and delineations of the ill-defined genera of tribe Melanthieae: Schoenocaulon, Stenanthium, the Veratrum-Melanthium complex, and Zigadenus s.l. (including Amianthium). Descriptions are modified from Zomlefer (1997a).. The Molecular Systematics Lab (Florida Museum of Natural History), the sequencing facility for this project, is under the direction of Norris Williams and W. Mark Whitten. Currently, molecular data generated by Zomlefer for the Melanthieae include trnL-F, ITS, 5S, and AFLP. ITS and trnL-F sequences will be available on Genbank after publication of this preliminary data (Zomlefer, Williams, Whitten, & Judd, in prep.).. Links to the preminary molecular results are below: ...
Abstract: Being as a functional material, piezoelectric ceramics is applied to drive a micropump when it is composed to be a thin membrane on a brass film to form a diaphragm. According to the properties of the piezoelectric material, the stiffness of the diaphragm influences the vibration displacement and therefore the supply flow rate of the micropump. This paper focuses on the dynamic characteristic study of the micropump and the stiffness influence of the diaphragm on the characteristics. The mathematical model of the valve-less micropump considering the diaphragm stiffness is developed in order to predict the dynamic characteristics of the piezoelectric valve-less micropump. Using the 3-D finite element analysis (FEA) method, the static and vibration mode of the diaphragm are analyzed to obtain the diaphragm stiffness and natural frequency. The method using Matlab is to predict the pressure and flow rate characteristics of the micropump when the diaphragm stiffness is considered or not. ...
Did you know that many of our favorite cut flowers come from bulbs? Bulbs offer long-lasting blooms in a wide range of colors and forms, and many of them are fragrant too. - Growing & Using Bulbs for Cut Flowers - Gardening at BellaOnline
APG IV Classification: Domain: Eukaryota • (unranked): Archaeplastida • Regnum: Plantae • Cladus: angiosperms • Cladus: monocots • Ordo: Liliales • Familia: Liliaceae • Subfamilia: Lilioideae • Genus: Lilium • Species: Lilium albanicum Griseb. (1846) ...
Tickets are on sale now for Klaglahachie Fine Arts spring production of Dry Streak by Saskatchewan playwright Leann Minogue.. The play takes place on the Canadian Prairies in the high heat of a drought. It revolves around city girl Kate, who is tired of life on the farm.. The play will feature evening performances on May 23, 24, 30 and 31 and matinee showings on May 25 and June 1.. Tickets for the dinner theatre are available at the Ponoka United Church while theatre-only tickets are available at the church and the IGA.. For more information call 403-783-4087.. ...
Genus: Colchicum. [= Androcymbium]. Life , eukaryotes , Archaeoplastida , Chloroplastida , Charophyta , Streptophytina , Plantae (land plants) , Tracheophyta (vascular plants) , Euphyllophyta , Lignophyta (woody plants) , Spermatophyta (seed plants) , Angiospermae (flowering plants) , Monocotyledons , Order: Liliales , Family: Colchicaceae. About 150 species, 49 of which are native to southern Africa. ...
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We are amending the cut flowers regulations to provide that APHIS inspectors will issue a written notice when pests are detected and action on the part of the importer is required. We are also amending the regulations to make it clear that the importer of cut flowers is responsible for all costs...
Five groups of the pigs were fed either a normal diet or a high-fat diet for a six-month period. One of the high-fat groups additionally received a daily dose of a statin. Every two weeks during the study, a variety of clinical chemistry parameters were measured. At the end of the study, select arteries were collected, stained for lipid deposits, and quantitated. Sections of these arteries were also evaluated to detect morphological characteristics of the atherosclerotic plaques. At the completion of the study, ExeGen LDLR heterozygotes also had a higher percentage of Oil Red O positive fatty streaks on their aorta, femoral, and coronary arteries, an early indicator of atherosclerotic lesions, than wild type controls on the same high fat diet. A statin reduced these streaks ...
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -After winning back-to-back games for the first time this year, Louisiana Tech will put its modest streak on the line Thursday night when the Lady Techsters travel to face UAB at Bartow Arena at 7 p.m.. Tech (7-7, 2-1 Conference USA) defeated UTEP 90-72 and UTSA 79-74 in its last two outings after dropping its Conference USA opener to Southern Miss 79-77 in overtime. UAB (7-7, 1-2 C-USA) snapped a three-game losing streak Sunday with a 68-45 road win at FIU. ...
In the middle and lower depths of our lakes in winter, a region of 39 degree water prevails, providing a haven for those fishes that remain active throughout this season. (A noteworthy physical property of water is that it becomes most dense at 39 degrees and sinks to the bottom. As water cools further, it becomes less dense or lighter in weight and rises to the surface. As a given mass solidifies, its density decreases even further, which is why ice floats on the surface rather than sinks.) While 39 degree water causes rapid hypothermia in humans, it is within the lower range of thermal acceptability for various species of cold-blooded organisms, including a favorite of winter anglers- the yellow perch.. The yellow perch, known to most as simply a perch, is a thick-scaled fish with noticeable vertical streaks on its sides and two separate dorsal fins. The first dorsal fin is supported by sharp-pointed spines that make the perch a challenge to handle without experiencing a painful poke to the ...
Wilsons Phalarope: This medium-sized sandpiper has gray-brown upperparts, red-brown streaks on back and shoulders, red-brown markings on white underparts, gray crown, white face, black eye-line, a black needle-like bill, gray wings and a white tail and rump. Female is brighter; paler crown and grayer upperparts. Feeds on crane flies and brine shrimp. Swift direct flight with rapid wing beats.
By Quinton Bagley Sports Editor I am here to issue a challenge. Last Thursday night, there was a season-high crowd of 1,100 people at Tucker Coliseum to see Arkansas Tech take on Harding University. For all of those fans who came out to support the Wonder Boys and the Golden Suns, I commend you. This coming Thursday night, the Golden Suns will put a seven-game win streak on the line as they host the Lady Statesmen of Delta State. This is a big... ...
Yale (8-3, 5-0), ranked 12th in the nation, puts its seven-game win streak on the line at No. 5 Albany on Saturday (7 p.m., ESPN3.) Last weekend the Bulldogs clinched the top seed and home field for the Ivy League tournament for the first time.
Formulas For Eco-Friendly House Cleaning Products.. Families will prefer eco-friendly home cleaning products to protect their little ones and pets from harmful ingestion of chemicals.Others will choose the eco-friendly products to protect the environment.Commonly available items at home form effective cleaning products.First use a little of the mix in a hidden area of the house to test if you got the right strength of the concoction. Here are some that you probably didnt know could do the magic!. 1/2 cup baking soda.. Use it with a wet sponge to scrub stains on bathroom tubs and tiles. It can also be used to remove color marks, grease spots and oil streaks on walls.. 4 table spoons baking soda + 8 table spoons vinegar + 2 liters of water.. Baking soda softens water, scrubs and deodorizes.White vinegar wards off smells, cuts grease and also removes stains.This mix is a general all-purpose cleaner.Tough stains on bathroom tiles and windows are easily removed by this formula.. Salt + lemon ...
Dorsal spines (total): 11; Dorsal soft rays (total): 15; Anal spines: 3; Anal soft rays: 15. This species is distinguished by the following characters: short supramaxilla and mostly rigid maxilla with only a slight flexible lamina posteriorly; an ocellated spot on the dorsal fin, between third or fourth and eighth spines followed by two large, irregular, dark blotches that extend onto body, and a blackish streak on cheek bordering upper edge of maxilla; outermost segmented pelvic-fin ray is tightly bound to adjacent ray, with interradial membrane not incised distally or only slightly at tip (vs. interradial membrane deeply incised in all other Indo-Pacific Opistognathus (Ref. 81517). Black spot between 3rd and 8th dorsal fin spines, fin also with 2 large blotches that extend onto body; body and dorsal fin with spots and blotches bordered with pale blue (Ref. 5468). ...
According to Fluoridealert.org, white spots or streaks on the surface of teeth are caused by fluorosis. Fluorosis is the result of an overexposure to fluoride from an early age that causes dental...
A self-priming and bubble tolerant planar micro-pump, which is fabricated by traditional technology, has been demonstrated and characterized. The micro-pump has a simple three-layered structure. Its two pump housings are made of polycarbonate and they are fabricated by computer numerical control (CNC) machine. The actuation membrane, which acts as the inlet and outlet valve membrane is cast in polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS). Using the PDMS membrane to act as the actuation membrane and valve membrane, we have solved the problem of sealing and poor compression ratio that most silicon based micro-pump faced. From the model of the membrane stroke volume, the flow rate of the pump is insensitive to the pump output pressure, and the output flow rate is linearly varying with actuating frequency. Flow rate up to 1000 ul/min of liquid has been achieved. More than 2m pump-head has been obtained when using water as the pumping medium. The robustness of the pump makes it suitable for disposable applications ...
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We asked Kāpiti nursery people for their top drought-resistant plants:. Bulbs: Like camels, these store water for dry periods.. Hot, dry spots: Proteas, leucodendron, bottlebrush, ngaio.. Smaller plants (also good for pots):Succulents: sedum, aloe; lavender, grasses, rosemary, Pimelia, Xeronema, Chinocloa (mini toetoe).. Dune conditions: try natives like muehlenbeckia, spinifex, Coprosma repens (taupata), Coprosma acerosa, Coprosma rhamnoides, manuka, flax. Check out the booklet `A Guide to Growing Native Plants in Kāpiti (on Councils website). Dry shade: These can be the trickiest areas. Try rengarenga, Astelia, Muttonbird sedge Carex trifida, Kawakawa.. Windy, exposed areas: Ngaio, harakeke/flax, taupata, silver-leaved Brachyglottis greyii, Marlborough Daisy, Xeronema.. Flowers: Kangaroo paw Anigozanthus; Lambs ear Stachys byzantina; Lavender; Iris spp; Gypsophila; Sedum; Alstroemeria; Gazania, Osteospermum, Verbena bonariensis, Grevillea, Wallflowers.. Annuals: many will self sow. ...
Cut flowers are flowers or flower buds (often with some stem and leaf) that have been cut from the plant bearing it. It is usually removed from the plant for decorative use. Typical uses are in vase displays, wreaths and garlands. Many gardeners harvest their own cut flowers from domestic gardens, but there is a significant floral industry for cut flowers in most countries. The plants cropped vary by climate, culture and the level of wealth locally. Often the plants are raised specifically for the purpose, in field or glasshouse growing conditions. Cut flowers can also be harvested from the wild. The cultivation and trade of flowers is a specialization in horticulture, specifically floriculture. A common use is for floristry, usually for decoration inside a house or building. Typically the cut flowers are placed in a vase. A number of similar types of decorations are used, especially in larger buildings and at events such as weddings. These are often decorated with additional foliage. In some ...
Looking for Agavaceae? Find out information about Agavaceae. A family of flowering plants in the order Liliales characterized by parallel, narrow-veined leaves, a more or less corolloid perianth, and an agavaceous habit Explanation of Agavaceae
Lilium longiflorum (Japanese: テッポウユリ, Teppōyuri), often called the Easter lily, is a plant endemic to the Ryukyu Islands (Japan). Lilium formosana, a closely related species from Taiwan, has been treated as a variety of Easter lily in the past. It is a stem rooting lily, growing up to 1 m (3 ft 3 in) high. It bears a number of trumpet shaped, white, fragrant, and outward facing flowers. Plants tend to grow from about 50 cm (20 in) to 1 m (3 ft 3 in) tall. They have long oval leaves and the vein enters the horizontal direction. From April to June, the plants flowering season, it produces pure white flowers on top of the stem. The stem has a cylindrical shape, with a diameter of about 5 cm (2.0 in). A variety of it, L. longiflorum var. eximium, native to the Ryukyu Islands, is taller and more vigorous. It is extensively cultivated for cut flowers. It has irregular blooming periods in nature, and this is exploited in cultivation, allowing it to be forced for flowering at particular ...
Maintaining quality and longevity of cut flowers is one of the critical issues in the floriculture industry, especially in cut flowers; and one of the most important problems in chrysanthemum, as one of the most popular cut flowers. Therefore, an experiment was conducted based on completely randomized design as pulse treatment with the three factors: tea extracts with 4 levels (5, 10, 20, and 40 %), 8-hydroxy quinoline sulfate with 4 levels (100, 200, and 400 mg l-1), and rifampicin with 3 levels (100, 200, and 400 mg l-1) on spray chrysanthemum (cv. Purple) with three replications. According to the results, the 20% tea extract treatment and 100 mg l-1 8-hydroxy quinoline sulfate treatment showed the highest vase life, petal protein, total chlorophyll, water absorption, and petal carotenoid.
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The new study at UFs Florida Museum of Natural History analyzed 86 complete plastid genome sequences from a wide range of plant species. Plastids are the plant cell component responsible for photosynthesis.. Previous genetic analyses of Pentapetalae failed to untangle the relationships among living species, suggesting that the plants diverged rapidly over 5 million years. Researchers selected genomes to sequence based on their best guess of genetic relationships from the previous sequencing work.. Genome sequencing is more time-consuming for plants than animals because plastid DNA is about 10 times larger than the mitochondrial DNA used in studying animal genomes. But continual improvements in DNA sequencing technology are now allowing researchers to analyze those larger amounts of data more quickly.. The study provides an important framework for further investigating evolutionary relationships by providing a much clearer picture of the deep divergence that led to the split within flowering ...
The cut flower industry is a multibillion dollar business worldwide, yet until now there has been no well-illustrated guide to the most important plants grown for and used by florists. This carefully researched volume is filled with valuable professional information on more than 350 key flowers grown for the florist trade. Balancing subjects of interest to both growers and florists, the book includes topics such as vase life, post-harvest handling, and flower characteristics. Comprehensive and practical, this is the essential reference to the commercial flowers that are sold in florist shops every day. No florist, grower, or flower broker can afford to be without this significant work.. ...
Adult males are mostly blue-violet on top with brown margins. Females are mostly brown on top, with only a little blue colouring in the centre of the wings. Both have a thin, long tail near two black spots that is visible on both the upper and lower surfaces of the trailing edge of the hindwings. The underside of the wings is patterned white and brown, with a broad white streak on the hindwings. Their wingspan is about 30 mm. The caterpillars of this species are coloured white and are quite sluglike in appearance. They feed on various Pea species.. ...
The Sharks tied a record or two Friday night, but not the kind they want to emphasize. Worcester extended its winless streak on home ice to seven games, during which it has been outscored, 22-10.
Garganeys are smallish dabbling ducks, slightly larger and stockier than Teals. Breeding males can be distinguished by their reddish-brown heads marked with a broad white eye stripe that curves down towards their necks. Their heads and throats have dense white streaky markings. There is a distinct border between their dark brownish breasts and paler greyish flanks. The leading edges of their wings are mainly pale grey, and their wing panels are pale green edged with white. In June males shed their breeding plumage and start to resemble females, though the leading edges of their wings remain paler blue-grey than those of females. Female and immature Garganeys resemble female Teals, through they are slightly paler overall and have larger streaks on their plumage and more distinct eye stripes. They also have a second less distinct stripe beneath their eyes, and a distinct pale patch by their beaks (this patch is less clear and more brownish on teals). Garganeys wings are slate grey, their beaks ...
Bay-winged cowbirds are a medium-sized species of New World blackbird. They are largely sexually monomorphic, to the point of being indistinguishable in the field, though males tend to be slightly heavier (Fraga 1992; Jaramillo and Burke 1999). However, an old source (Hamilton and Orians 1965) seems to indicate a small but statistically significant difference in body mass between the sexes. This species is characterized by a light gray body and a charcoal gray tail. The wings are mostly rust-colored, though the retrices (flight feathers) are tipped brown. The legs and claws are black, as are the lores. The black lores and face combine to create what has been aptly described as a "mask". The bill is short, conical, and black; Jaramillo and Burke (1999) note that the bill is "finch-like" in size and shape.. Juveniles are nearly identical to adults and are probably indistinguishable from adults to an observer in the field; however, they are usually slightly darker, with dark streaks on the body. ...
More than half of the pregnant women develop stretch marks during pregnancy. Also known as striae gravidarum, stretch marks look like streaks on the surface of the skin, and can vary in color depending on your natural color of the skin.
In the garden these plants look great as part of a border; they are also used often as a cut flower in arrangements. These are not the easiest of plants to care for and do best in a sunny spot with some partial shade. China asters dont have a long bloom season, but they bloom at the end of the summer just when most other flowers are fading, and they make nice cut flowers, although they do not rebloom after cutting. Wilt diseases and aster yellows virus can be common. Seek resistant types and rotate planting location. Aphids, mealybugs, rust, and gray mould may also be problematic. Or you can just buy bunches at your florist shop! ...
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Pre-made Boutonnieres and Corsages arrive ready to go using fresh cut flowers. Filter by color to find the perfect package for your event theme, or check the box for Choose Your Colors to see the products that are customizable!
Some of the roses in the garden started blossoming this week, so I decided to cut a few and use them to brighten up the dining area today. As I began cutting away I noticed that some of the roses had spots on them... so I looked closer... the spots were moving... the realisation - an attack of the aphids! I was very sad and grossed out! Nevertheless, determined to have flowers in the house, I kept on cutting and then brought the cut flowers back home and started trimming them and started pinching the bugs dead and used water to clean them off the roses. Im not a big fan of gross little insects, and seeing them made me have goosebumps. I kind of felt upset that I hadnt noticed that the roses had been affected so badly before, I was just excited that they were blooming. The rose and the aphids made me think about our Christian walk... often we get very excited about seeing a person blossom and mature, but how often do we go up close and personal and really see how they are going? I mean sure the ...
Pack a carry-on. Purge your medicine cabinet. Tell a joke. Fold a fitted sheet. Fall asleep when you cant. Make cut flowers last longer, and more.
Lista baseada nos dados da Lista de espécies da flora do Brasil. Justicia araucariensis Profice Nothoscordum curvipes Ravenna Alstroemeria ribeirensis Ravenna Hippeastrum curitibanum (Ravenna) Dutilh Hippeastrum gertianum (Ravenna) Dutilh Hippeastrum marumbiense (Ravenna) Van Scheepen Hippeastrum rubropictum (Ravenna) Meerow Zephyranthes amoena Ravenna Zephyranthes gratissima Ravenna Zephyranthes paranaensis Ravenna Schinus spinosus Engl. Eryngium ombrophilum Dusén & H.Wolff Ditassa edmundoi Fontella & Valente Jobinia hatschbachii Fontella & E.A.Schwarz Marsdenia hatschbachii Morillo Matelea dusenii Morillo Matelea hatschbachii (Fontella & Valente) Morillo Matelea pyrrhotricha (Decne.) Fontella Orthosia hatschbachii Fontella & Goes Orthosia loandensis Fontella & Valente Oxypetalum dusenii Malme Oxypetalum oblanceolatum Farinaccio & Mello-Silva Butia pubispatha Noblick & Lorenzi Baccharis suberectifolia A.S.Oliveira & Deble Isostigma speciosum Less. Campovassouria barbosae H.Rob. Chromolaena ...
Until recently, fresh cut flowers were considered a luxury, a very Downton Abbey practice, only planted on the great estates and private homes of the wealthy who could afford greenhouses and long rows of garden space just for product and cut fresh flowers. When I worked at an estate, we grew long rows of summer annuals just for cut flowers. Snapdragons, tall marigolds, gladiolus, scabiosa, tall, wiry cosmos in white and pink, and late blooming dahlias. These were all planted in a large vegetable garden where they could be grown and stalked tall, with no fear of the plants looking ugly after being cut for their flowers. On Fridays it was my job to pick the string beans and zucchini, and then to cut baskets of flowers in the early morning, arranging then long stems in buckets of cool water to harden them off, before carting them down to the potting shed where they would be arranged for weekend use throughout the home. The home owners wanted very summery-feeling flowers, those mostly not ...
Manganese deficiency occurs in a wide range of palm species. It is caused by insufficient Mn in the soil or by high soil pH, which greatly reduces Mn availability. In soils where Mn is marginally sufficient, cold soil temperatures may cause temporary Mn deficiency by reducing root activity levels. This is particularly common on Cocos nucifera in Florida. Composted sewage sludge and manure products have also been shown to strongly bind Mn when used as fertilizers or as soil amendments for palms (Figure 21).. Symptoms of Mn deficiency occur on the newest leaves, which emerge chlorotic with longitudinal necrotic streaks (Figures 15 and 16). As the deficiency progresses, newly emerging leaflets appear necrotic and withered on all but basal portions of the leaflets. This withering results in a curling of the leaflets about the rachis giving the leaf a frizzled appearance ("frizzletop") (Figures 17, 18, and 19). Within a single leaf, Mn deficiency symptoms are most severe at the base of the leaf and ...
I read an interesting article about the absence of flowers at the Olympics. Via Thrillist, "A Rio 2016 spokesperson said handing out tropical flowers to the athletes -- which would later be thrown away -- would be wasteful and not sustainable.". Wow, isnt that weird!? Flowers, a renewable resource. Not sustainable. Hmm.... Ill admit at first I was angry, miffed that the Rio Olympics had degraded part of my hortiCULTURE into trash. "Now we have to do yet ANOTHER marketing program...," I thought.. But, the quotes peculiarity continued to eat at me. What was it? I asked myself, "What if they are right?" What if cut flowers are not sustainable? I know there are qualms about the ways flowers are grown-fertilizers, pesticides, fair work practices, and transport to name a few. Therefore, I would understand that kind of comment, and horticulture is working hard to remedy those growing challenges.. But, their perspective doesnt seem to be centered on the production practices; its on the flowers ...
Acanthaceae: Anisacanthus, Aphelandra, Carlowrightia, Dicliptera, Dyschoriste, Elytraria, Hygrophila, Justicia, Lepidagathis, Oplonia, Poikilacanthus, Ruellia, Schaueria, Stenandrium, Streblacanthus, Thunbergia Aceraceae: Acer Achatocarpaceae: Achatocarpus Aextoxicaceae: Aextoxicon Agapanthaceae: Agapanthus Agavaceae: Agave, Cordyline, Yucca Aizoaceae: Aptenia, Carpobrotus, Cypselea, Mesembryanthemum, Sesuvium, Tetragonia, Trianthema Alismataceae: Alisma, Echinodorus, Sagittaria Alliaceae: Allium, Ipheion, Nothoscordum, Schickendantziella, Tristagma, Zoellnerallium Alstroemeriaceae: Alstroemeria, Bomarea Amaranthaceae: Alternanthera, Amaranthus, Blutaparon, Celosia, Chamissoa, Froelichia, Gomphrena, Guilleminea, Hebanthe, Herbstia, Iresine, Pfaffia, Pseudoplantago Amaryllidaceae: Amaryllis, Brunsvigia, Chlidanthus, Clinanthus, Crinum, Habranthus, Haylockia, Hieronymiella, Hippeastrum, Phycella, Rhodophiala, Zephyranthes Anacardiaceae: Astronium, Lithraea, Loxopterygium, Mauria, Schinopsis, ...
A decade or so ago the pitcher plant was just a curiosity. Along with the Venus fly-trap and other carnivorous plants, these were hard to come by. Happily, that has changed now with tissue culture, which allows the plants to be propagated in great numbers. - The Pitcher Plant as a Cut Flower - Floral Design at BellaOnline

About Alstroemeria | Garden GuidesAbout Alstroemeria | Garden Guides

There are approximately 50 species of the genus Alstroemeria, with most hybrid plants being created in a laboratory setting, ... The Alstroemeria flower has a lily appearance and is available in many color choices. ... Alstroemeria cannot be grown outdoors in growing zones 5 and under. The plants grow up to 40 inches high and produce a flower ... Plant Alstroemeria no later than early spring in areas where full sun is available. The tubers should be planted at the same ...
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Alstroemeria plant named Tesvalen imp. - VOF HORTIPARTNERSAlstroemeria plant named 'Tesvalen imp.' - VOF HORTIPARTNERS

Alstroemeria ,/i,plant named Tesvalen imp., characterized by its broadly upright plant habit; relatively short flowering ... The new Alstroemeria plant is a naturally-occurring whole plant mutation of Alstroemeria hybrida Tesvalen, not patented. The ... Plants of the new Alstroemeria can be compared to plants of the Alstroemeria hybrida Tesrobin, disclosed in U.S. Plant Pat. ... Plants of the new Alstroemeria can be compared to plants of the mutation parent, Tesvalen. Plants of the new Alstroemeria ...
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Application # 2017/0049025. Alstroemeria plant named KONCALUCKY - Patents.comApplication # 2017/0049025. Alstroemeria plant named 'KONCALUCKY' - Patents.com

A new and distinct cultivar of Alstroemeria plant named `Koncalucky`, characterized by its compact and mounding plant habit; ... Alstroemeria plant named KONCALUCKY Abstract. A new and distinct cultivar of Alstroemeria plant named `Koncalucky`, ... 0016] Plants of the new Alstroemeria can be compared to plants of the female parent selection. Plants of the new Alstroemeria ... 0019] Plants of the new Alstroemeria can be compared to plants of the male parent selection. Plants of the new Alstroemeria ...
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Alstroemeria hybridsAlstroemeria hybrids

... This plant has poison characteristics. See below.. Common Name(s):. Peruvian lily. Categories:. ... Alstroemeria is often grown in a greenhouse for cut flowers, but some species and hybrids, such as A. ligtu will overwinter ...
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Alstroemeria; Lily, PeruvianAlstroemeria; Lily, Peruvian

... On-line free medical diagnosis assistant. Ranked list of possible diseases from either several ... Alstroemeria (Lily, Peruvian). A plant genus of the family liliaceae. Members contain allergens, tuliposide A and tulipalin A. ... Detailed information through a personalized searchRanked list of diseases related to "Alstroemeria"Videos ...
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Potential of Increasing the Vase Life and Improvement of some Physiological Characteristics of Alstroemeria Cut Flowers by...Potential of Increasing the Vase Life and Improvement of some Physiological Characteristics of Alstroemeria Cut Flowers by...

2000 mg L-1 rosemary essence on Alstroemeria cut flowers (Cv. balance) were investigated to verify the use of natural ... appropriate to increase the vase life of Alstroemeria cut flowers. ... "Potential of Increasing the Vase Life and Improvement of some Physiological Characteristics of Alstroemeria Cut Flowers by ... Babarabie, M. Potential of Increasing the Vase Life and Improvement of some Physiological Characteristics of Alstroemeria Cut ...
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Alstroemeria - WikipediaAlstroemeria - Wikipedia

Species Alstroemeria achirae - Maule Alstroemeria albescens - Rio Grande do Sul Alstroemeria altoparadisea - Goiás Alstroemeria ... Bío Bío Alstroemeria ibitipocae - Minas Gerais Alstroemeria igarapavica - São Paulo Alstroemeria inodora - Brazil Alstroemeria ... Chile Alstroemeria monticola - Bahia, Minas Gerais Alstroemeria nidularis - Maule Alstroemeria nivea - Coquimbo Alstroemeria ... Goiás Alstroemeria pygmaea - Peru, Brazil, Argentina Alstroemeria radula - Brazil Alstroemeria recumbens - Chile Alstroemeria ...
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Alstroemeria achirae - WikipediaAlstroemeria achirae - Wikipedia

Alstroemeria achirae was described by Muñoz Schick & Brinck, and published in Gayana, Botanic 57(1): 56-57, f. 2. 2000. The ... Alstroemeria achirae is a flowering plant, a herbaceous, perennial and rhizomatous species belonging to the family ... "Alstroemeria achirae Muñoz-Schick & Brinck". Tropicos.org. Missouri Botanical Garden. Retrieved November 3, 2015. Images in ... plant was named Alstroemeria in honour of the Swedish botanist baron Clas Alströmer (Claus von Alstroemer) by his friend Carl ...
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AlstroemeriaAlstroemeria

... Although these fleshy-rooted plants from Chili and Brazil are becoming more widely recognized for their value as ... the Alstroemerias are worthy of more extensive culture. They should be grown in good well-drained soil on south borders, the ...
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alstroemeria by kelbel75 |...'alstroemeria' by kelbel75 |...

... alstroemeria by kelbel75 as a Throw Pillow, Tote Bag, Art Print, Canvas Print, Framed Print, Photographic Print, Metal Print, ...
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Alstroemeria Flower | Garden GuidesAlstroemeria Flower | Garden Guides

Native to the cold mountainous regions of the Andes, alstroemeria is a hardy flower that produces beautiful, brightly colored ... Water the alstroemeria lightly every day in the growing season, ensuring the soil is evenly moist. Water every other day in the ... The genus Alstroemeria was named in honor of a Swedish botanist, Claus von Alstroemer, who collected the seeds and brought them ... The alstroemeria flower is bilaterally symmetrical, composed of three same-color sepals (as opposed to green sepals) and three ...
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Alstroemeria-Princess Lilies? - Knowledgebase Question - Garden.orgAlstroemeria-Princess Lilies? - Knowledgebase Question - Garden.org

If they do not have alstroemeria in stock -- since it would not be winter hardy in your area -- they may be able to suggest a ...
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Plants Profile for Alstroemeria aurea (Peruvian-lily)Plants Profile for Alstroemeria aurea (Peruvian-lily)

click on a thumbnail to view an image, or see all the Alstroemeria thumbnails at the Plants Gallery ...
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alstroemeria | FiftyFlowers the Blogalstroemeria | FiftyFlowers the Blog

Alstroemeria (or Peruvian Lilies) undergo a pretty dramatic transformation between bud stage and full bloom. Arriving with ... Happy Friday! I apologize for the lack of posts this week, we got a large batch of beautiful Peruvian Lilies, aka Alstroemeria ...
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The Secret to Cultivating Alstroemerias - latimesThe Secret to Cultivating Alstroemerias - latimes

Alstroemerias are those almost azalea-like flowers on lily-like stems that are in every high-priced florists ... Now that I have several alstroemerias, I thought it time to learn how to grow them. ... Now that I have several alstroemerias, I thought it time to learn how to grow them. Alstroemerias are those almost azalea-like ... Alstroemerias come from South America, and the common name is Peruvian lily. Those of us who like to be the first on the block ...
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Autumn Flowers - From Alstroemeria To Chrysanthemums | InterfloraAutumn Flowers - From Alstroemeria To Chrysanthemums | Interflora

Within the designs popular autumn flowers including chrysanthemums, alstroemeria, lilies and carnations are showcased to ...
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Alstroemeria ( Beatrix Peruvian lily ) | Backyard GardenerAlstroemeria ( Beatrix Peruvian lily ) | Backyard Gardener

Alstroemeria has narrow stem leaves that are twisted at the base with thick tuberous roots. When established, they lilies will ... Alstroemeria has narrow stem leaves that are twisted at the base with thick tuberous roots. When established, they lilies will ...
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Alstroemeria chilensis ( Peruvian lily ) | Backyard GardenerAlstroemeria chilensis ( Peruvian lily ) | Backyard Gardener

Alstroemeria chilensis, native of Chile, blooms in red or pink flowers in May and June. Has spoon-shaped leaves that are ... Alstroemeria chilensis, native of Chile, blooms in red or pink flowers in May and June. Has spoon-shaped leaves that are ...
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Image 6786606: Alstroemeria flower from Crestock Stock PhotosImage 6786606: Alstroemeria flower from Crestock Stock Photos

Beautiful Alstroemeria flower in a vase on black background,painting with light by stellarinfinity from Cre.. ... alstroemeria, flora, flower, beautiful, background, nature, spring, celebration, plant, beauty, blossom, green, blooming, petal ... Image Description: Beautiful Alstroemeria flower in a vase on black background,painting with light Camera Data: NIKON D810 ...
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Alstroemeria Indian SummerAlstroemeria 'Indian Summer'

Indian Summer is a mid-height Alstroemeria. It has fiery orange-red flowers which contrast fabulously against its chocolate ... How to plant and grow alstroemeria Sarahs guide to growing alstroemeria, including which varieties to choose for brilliant ... Dark and Rich Alstroemeria Collection. £29.95 Was: £29.95 Now £29.95Starting at £29.95 ... Flowers/Plants/Alstroemeria Flowers/Plants Flowers Indian Summer is a mid-height Alstroemeria. It has fiery orange-red flowers ...
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Alstroemeria psittacina aka A. pulchella: Organza bags to the rescue! - Garden.orgAlstroemeria psittacina aka A. pulchella: Organza bags to the rescue! - Garden.org

I purchased one package of organza bags at a local craft store to use on my Alstroemeria plants. Now I have lots of seeds to ...
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Pink & White Alstroemeria - Great | Blooms TodayPink & White Alstroemeria - Great | Blooms Today

Capture their attention with a dazzling bouquet of fresh cut pink and white Alstroemeria Lilies. Best known for their tiny ... Capture their attention with a dazzling bouquet of fresh cut pink and white Alstroemeria Lilies. Best known for their tiny ...
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Alstroemeria Princess LetiziaAlstroemeria 'Princess Letizia'

Home » Alstroemeria Princess Letizia Alstroemeria Princess Letizia. Call for Availability. Presence of pricing data does ... Alstroemeria Princess Letizia. Peruvian Lily. Deciduous perennial. True green leaves grow on upright vertical stems. Spreads ...
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Alstroemeria Indian SummerAlstroemeria 'Indian Summer'

Home » Alstroemeria Indian Summer Alstroemeria Indian Summer. Call for Availability. Presence of pricing data does not ... Alstroemeria Indian Summer. Peruvian Lily. Deciduous perennial. Dark green bronze leaves grow on upright vertical stems. ...
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Fabiana Alstroemeria
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Fabiana Alstroemeria #A10133. Share With:200 characters left. Hint: To send to multiple emails, separate email addresses with a ...
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