Begoniaceae: A plant family of the order Violales (by some in Begoniales), subclass Dilleniidae, class Magnoliopsida. Members are found throughout tropical and warm temperate habitats. Most are perennial herbs with monoecious flowers (both sexes on the same plant). Fruits are usually capsules containing many tiny seeds.Angiosperms: Members of the group of vascular plants which bear flowers. They are differentiated from GYMNOSPERMS by their production of seeds within a closed chamber (OVARY, PLANT). The Angiosperms division is composed of two classes, the monocotyledons (Liliopsida) and dicotyledons (Magnoliopsida). Angiosperms represent approximately 80% of all known living plants.Encyclopedias as Topic: Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)Phylogeny: The relationships of groups of organisms as reflected by their genetic makeup.Anagallis: A plant genus of the family PRIMULACEAE that contains anagallosides, which are molluscacidal triterpenoid saponins.Hawaii: A group of islands in Polynesia, in the north central Pacific Ocean, comprising eight major and 114 minor islands, largely volcanic and coral. Its capital is Honolulu. It was first reached by Polynesians about 500 A.D. It was discovered and named the Sandwich Islands in 1778 by Captain Cook. The islands were united under the rule of King Kamehameha 1795-1819 and requested annexation to the United States in 1893 when a provisional government was set up. Hawaii was established as a territory in 1900 and admitted as a state in 1959. The name is from the Polynesian Owhyhii, place of the gods, with reference to the two volcanoes Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa, regarded as the abode of the gods. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p493 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p2330)Return to Work: Resumption of normal work routine following a hiatus or period of absence due to injury, disability, or other reasons.BrazilX-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy: Analysis of the energy absorbed across a spectrum of x-ray energies/wavelengths to determine the chemical structure and electronic states of the absorbing medium.MedlinePlus: NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE service for health professionals and consumers. It links extensive information from the National Institutes of Health and other reviewed sources of information on specific diseases and conditions.Sulfurtransferases: Enzymes which transfer sulfur atoms to various acceptor molecules. EC 2.8.1.Cucurbitaceae: The gourd plant family of the order Violales, subclass Dilleniidae, class Magnoliopsida. It is sometimes placed in its own order, Cucurbitales. 'Melon' generally refers to CUCUMIS; CITRULLUS; or MOMORDICA.Flowers: The reproductive organs of plants.Madagascar: One of the Indian Ocean Islands off the southeast coast of Africa. Its capital is Antananarivo. It was formerly called the Malagasy Republic. Discovered by the Portuguese in 1500, its history has been tied predominantly to the French, becoming a French protectorate in 1882, a French colony in 1896, and a territory within the French union in 1946. The Malagasy Republic was established in the French Community in 1958 but it achieved independence in 1960. Its name was changed to Madagascar in 1975. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p714)Pollination: The transfer of POLLEN grains (male gametes) to the plant ovule (female gamete).Placentation: The development of the PLACENTA, a highly vascularized mammalian fetal-maternal organ and major site of transport of oxygen, nutrients, and fetal waste products between mother and FETUS. The process begins at FERTILIZATION, through the development of CYTOTROPHOBLASTS and SYNCYTIOTROPHOBLASTS, the formation of CHORIONIC VILLI, to the progressive increase in BLOOD VESSELS to support the growing fetus.Annonaceae: The custard-apple plant family of the order Magnoliales, subclass Magnoliidae, class Magnoliopsida. Some members provide large pulpy fruits and commercial timber. Leaves and wood are often fragrant. Leaves are simple, with smooth margins, and alternately arranged in two rows along the stems.Meristem: A group of plant cells that are capable of dividing infinitely and whose main function is the production of new growth at the growing tip of a root or stem. (From Concise Dictionary of Biology, 1990)Glyceraldehyde-3-Phosphate Dehydrogenase (NADP+)(Phosphorylating)Ficus: A plant genus of the family MORACEAE. It is the source of the familiar fig fruit and the latex from this tree contains FICAIN.Plants, Genetically Modified: PLANTS, or their progeny, whose GENOME has been altered by GENETIC ENGINEERING.Plant Proteins: Proteins found in plants (flowers, herbs, shrubs, trees, etc.). The concept does not include proteins found in vegetables for which VEGETABLE PROTEINS is available.Commerce: The interchange of goods or commodities, especially on a large scale, between different countries or between populations within the same country. It includes trade (the buying, selling, or exchanging of commodities, whether wholesale or retail) and business (the purchase and sale of goods to make a profit). (From Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed, p411, p2005 & p283)EuropeSchistosoma japonicum: A species of trematode blood flukes belonging to the family Schistosomatidae whose distribution is confined to areas of the Far East. The intermediate host is a snail. It occurs in man and other mammals.Schistosomiasis japonica: Schistosomiasis caused by Schistosoma japonicum. It is endemic in the Far East and affects the bowel, liver, and spleen.Wetlands: Environments or habitats at the interface between truly terrestrial ecosystems and truly aquatic systems making them different from each yet highly dependent on both. Adaptations to low soil oxygen characterize many wetland species.International Cooperation: The interaction of persons or groups of persons representing various nations in the pursuit of a common goal or interest.Spain: Parliamentary democracy located between France on the northeast and Portugual on the west and bordered by the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.Botany: The study of the origin, structure, development, growth, function, genetics, and reproduction of plants.Cellular Phone: Analog or digital communications device in which the user has a wireless connection from a telephone to a nearby transmitter. It is termed cellular because the service area is divided into multiple "cells." As the user moves from one cell area to another, the call is transferred to the local transmitter.BooksCuba: An island in the Greater Antilles in the West Indies, south of Florida. With the adjacent islands it forms the Republic of Cuba. Its capital is Havana. It was discovered by Columbus on his first voyage in 1492 and conquered by Spain in 1511. It has a varied history under Spain, Great Britain, and the United States but has been independent since 1902. The name Cuba is said to be an Indian name of unknown origin but the language that gave the name is extinct, so the etymology is a conjecture. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p302 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p132)BerlinMuseumsPolygalaceae: A plant family of the order Polygalales, subclass Rosidae, class Magnoliopsida.GermanyTourette Syndrome: A neuropsychological disorder related to alterations in DOPAMINE metabolism and neurotransmission involving frontal-subcortical neuronal circuits. Both multiple motor and one or more vocal tics need to be present with TICS occurring many times a day, nearly daily, over a period of more than one year. The onset is before age 18 and the disturbance is not due to direct physiological effects of a substance or a another medical condition. The disturbance causes marked distress or significant impairment in social, occupational, or other important areas of functioning. (From DSM-IV, 1994; Neurol Clin 1997 May;15(2):357-79)PakistanHeliotropium: A plant genus in the family Boraginaceae, order Lamiales, subclass Asteridae. This is the True Heliotrope that should not be confused with an unrelated plant sometimes called Garden Heliotrope (VALERIAN).Rubia: A plant genus of the family RUBIACEAE. The root is a source of red dyes (madder color and 1,2,4-trihydroxy-9,10-anthracenedione) and ANTHRAQUINONES.Salvadoraceae: A plant family of the order Celastrales, subclass Rosidae, class Magnoliopsida, a small family growing in the tropics. Members contain piperidine alkaloids and GLUCOSINOLATES.Aesculus: A plant genus of the family HIPPOCASTANACEAE (or SAPINDACEAE by some) that contains antimicrobial protein 1 and escin. A. hippocastanum is used in folk medicine for treating chronic venous insufficiency.Geranium: A plant genus of the family GERANIACEAE. Geranium is also used as a common name for PELARGONIUM.Cuscuta: A plant genus of the family Cuscutaceae. It is a threadlike climbing parasitic plant that is used in DRUGS, CHINESE HERBAL.Cola: A plant genus of the family STERCULIACEAE. This is the source of the kola nut which contains CAFFEINE and is used in popular beverages.History, 15th Century: Time period from 1401 through 1500 of the common era.Ecotype: Geographic variety, population, or race, within a species, that is genetically adapted to a particular habitat. An ecotype typically exhibits phenotypic differences but is capable of interbreeding with other ecotypes.Population Density: Number of individuals in a population relative to space.PeruEncephalomyelitis, Acute Disseminated: An acute or subacute inflammatory process of the CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM characterized histologically by multiple foci of perivascular demyelination. Symptom onset usually occurs several days after an acute viral infection or immunization, but it may coincide with the onset of infection or rarely no antecedent event can be identified. Clinical manifestations include CONFUSION, somnolence, FEVER, nuchal rigidity, and involuntary movements. The illness may progress to COMA and eventually be fatal. (Adams et al., Principles of Neurology, 6th ed, p921)

Antioxidant metabolism during acclimation of Begonia x erythrophylla to high light levels. (1/10)

This study examined the influence of high light levels on antioxidant metabolism and the photosynthetic properties of Begonia x erythrophylla leaves. The pigment composition of shaded leaves and those developing in full sunlight was typical of shade- and sun-leaves, respectively. After 28 d in full sunlight, the preformed leaves of shade plants transferred to full sunlight (transferred-leaves) showed photo-bleaching with lower Chl (a + b) content and Chl a : Chl b ratios than shade-leaves, with Chl (a + b) : carotenoid ratios not significantly different. The variable/maximal fluorescence (Fv/Fm) of sun-leaves was not significantly different from that of shade-leaves, but transferred-leaves had reduced Fv : Fm ratios. Light response curves for the electron transport rate (ETR), the oxidation state of photosystem II (qP) and non-photochemical quenching (NPQ) showed significant differences between the three leaf types, with transferred-leaves not able to acclimate completely to full sunlight, having lower ETR, qP and NPQ values at high light levels than sun-leaves. Transfer to full sunlight caused a rapid increase in H2O2 and lipid hyperoxides, and a slight increase in protein oxidation. Ascorbate and glutathione levels decreased rapidly, as did the size of the total glutathione pool and, in addition to the general oxidation of proteins, rapid decreases in both the initial and total activities of chloroplastic fructose-1,6-bisphosphatase and glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase were observed. These results suggest that a more oxidizing cellular environment is the likely cause of the photo-bleaching observed upon transfer of shade-leaves to full sunlight. Acclimation of transferred-leaves to full sunlight involved gradual increases in the activities of enzymes involved in antioxidant metabolism, including superoxide dismutase, catalase, glutathione reductase, ascorbate peroxidase, dehydroascorbate reductase and monodehydroascorbate reductase, but the levels of these enzymes still remained at levels lower than those found in sun-leaves.  (+info)

Cytotoxic and anti-HIV principles from the rhizomes of Begonia nantoensis. (2/10)

Three new compounds: begonanline (1). nantoamide (2). and methyl (S)-glycerate (3). as well as forty-four known compounds have been isolated and characterized from the rhizomes of Begonia nantoensis. The structures of these compounds were determined by spectral analyses and/or X-ray crystallography. Among them, cucurbitacin B (4). dihydrocucurbitacin B (5). cucurbitacin E (6). dihydrocucurbitacin E (7). cucurbitacin I (8). and (-)-auranamide (9). showed cytotoxicity against four human cancer cell lines. 3beta,22alpha-Dihydroxyolean-12-en-29-oic acid (10), indole-3-carboxylic acid (11), 5,7-dihydroxychromone (12), and (-)-catechin (13) demonstrated significant activity against HIV replication in H9 lymphocyte cells.  (+info)

Following the initiation and development of individual leaf primordia at the level of the shoot apical meristem: the case of distichous phyllotaxis in Begonia. (3/10)

BACKGROUND AND AIMS: By using the technique of replicas of a developing apex it is possible to obtain a direct measure of phyllotactic parameters (plastochrone and platochronic ratio) involved in the initiation of two successive primordia at the level of the SAM. The goal of this study is to compare, in a real time setting, the value of phyllotactic parameters in distichous systems using Begonia as a case study, with the value of the same parameters in spiral phyllotactic systems. METHODS: To determine the real-time sequence of events at the level of the SAM, replicas were made of the developing apex at different intervals using previously described techniques. Impression moulds were made at 24-h intervals. The following phyllotactic parameters were measured: plastochrone, angle of divergence, plastochrone ratio and ratio between the diameter of the leaf and the apex. RESULTS: The time between the appearance of two successive leaves is 15-20 d. The average value of the plastochrone ratio (R) is 1.3, and the ratio of the leaf to the diameter of the apex (Gamma) is 2.5. The angle of divergence varies from 165 masculine to 180 masculine. The speed of advection of the primordium from the apex, varies from 0.28 to 0.37 microm d(-1). CONCLUSIONS: The speed of advection of primordia in Begonia is lower than that of Anagalis. This is not in accordance with theoretical simulations that predict the opposite. In Begonia, the plastochrone ratio does not reflect the real time of appearance of two successive primordia. The time separating the appearance of two primordia is not directly related to the distance of these two primordia from the centre of the apex but is related instead to the enlargement of leaves.  (+info)

Optical effects of abaxial anthocyanin on absorption of red wavelengths by understorey species: revisiting the back-scatter hypothesis. (4/10)

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Meiotic aberrations during 2n pollen formation in Begonia. (5/10)

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Paenibacillus jilunlii sp. nov., a nitrogen-fixing species isolated from the rhizosphere of Begonia semperflorens. (6/10)

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First macrofossil record of Begonia (Begoniaceae). (7/10)

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Isolation of compound microsatellite markers in Begonia fenicis (Begoniaceae) endemic to East and Southeast Asian islands. (8/10)

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Begoniaceae is a family of flowering plants with two genera and about 1825 species occurring in the subtropics and tropics of both the New World and Old World. All but one of the species are in the genus Begonia. The only other genus in the family, Hillebrandia, is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands and has a single species. Phylogenetic work supports Hillebrandia as the sister taxon to the rest of the family. The genus Symbegonia was reduced to a section of Begonia in 2003, as molecular phylogenies had shown it to be derived from within that genus. Members of the genus Begonia are well-known and popular houseplants. Begonia flowers Begonia pseudolubbersii Angiosperm Phylogeny Group (2009). "An update of the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group classification for the orders and families of flowering plants: APG III". Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society. 161 (2): 105-121. doi:10.1111/j.1095-8339.2009.00996.x. Christenhusz, M. J. M. & Byng, J. W. (2016). "The number of known plants species in the world ...
Discover Lifes page about the biology, natural history, ecology, identification and distribution of Begoniaceae, Begonia rex hybrid image
With its big,speckled angel-wing-shaped leaves atop juicy stems, the angel wing begonia (Begoniaceae) is a favorite indoor plant. If conditions are right, angel wing begonia will reward you with clusters of delicate, pink blooms that hang from the plant on slender stems. Angel wing begonia is a cinch to propagate, ...
Begonias are tender perennials, grown for their colorful flowers and foliage. Most begonias can be grown outdoors in pots, in the ground, or in hanging baskets in filtered light and moist, but well drained soil. Where not hardy, grow as annuals or indoors as houseplants. Most begonias can be propagated from leaf,
Begonias are tender perennials, grown for their colorful flowers and foliage. Most begonias can be grown outdoors in pots, in the ground, or in hanging baskets in filtered light and moist, but well drained soil. Where not hardy, grow as annuals or indoors as houseplants. Most begonias can be propagated from leaf,
There are more than 1,000 species of begonias. These plants are native to India and other tropical countries. Begonias are commonly used as bedding, container and basket plants. They are chosen for their attractive flowers and foliage variety. Begonias are easy to root and propagate. Roots are grown from stem ...
Begonia is a genus of perennial flowering plants in the family Begoniaceae. The genus contains 1,795 different plant species. bulb bulbs
Angel wing begonias are noted to be sensitive to moisture. You either have too little or too much. A plant that receives too little moisture will be droopy, and the leaves will begin to dry up. The solution to this problem is simple-water the plant. On the other hand, if you have too much moisture you can develop a powdery mildew problem and/or rot.. Powdery mildew is a fungal problem caused by excessive moisture. How do you know if you have this plant disease? Well, take a look at the plant. If you see a white or gray powdery coating on the leaves, stems, and/or flowers then you have a powdery mildew problem. While there are chemical treatments for this plant disease, there is a very strong chance that it will do nothing. The best approach if this problem is discovered is to simply pull the plant up and throw it away. Do not compost. This will just spread the plant disease. But what is one to do? The answer is basic and starts off at the beginning.. When planting your angel wing begonia make ...
I totally thought Begonia tuberhybrida was some lame-o made up name, but it is, in fact, the name used for the group of tuberous or non-stop begonias. However, Methyl was correct to mention that the names needed an x in the middle to denote that the original plants were a cross between two species ...
... -Solenia Begonia Orange South - Shade to Part Sun North - Part Sun to Sun Self-Cleaning (no deadheading necessary) Attracts Butterflies & Hummingbirds Humidity Tolerant Rabbit & Deer Resistant Can be grown indoors Solen
There are 1,500 different species of begonias and eight types based on horticultural classifications, according to the American Begonia Society. The eight horticultural types include cane-like,...
duplicate citation of:Begoniaceae Begonia sect. Urniformia Houghton ex Ziesenh. Begonian 41(1): 12. 1974 Id: 41917-1 Version: 1.4 View Record history. View this record in TCS-RDF format. ...
137. Begonia rotundilimba S. H. Huang & Y. M. Shui, Acta Bot. Yunnan. 16: 335. 1994. 圆叶秋海棠 yuan ye qiu hai tang Herbs. Rhizomes elongate, 3-4 mm in diam. Leaves basal; stipules ovate-triangular, ca. 7 × 4 mm, glabrous, apex acuminate or acute; petiole 12-16 cm, brown hispidulous; blade ovate or oblate-orbicular, asymmetric, 7-8.5 × ca. 6.5 cm, abaxially hispidulous, adaxially glabrous or pilose, venation palmate, 6-veined, base oblique, cordate, margin irregularly denticulate, apex acute. Inflorescences 11-12 cm tall, brown hairy; peduncle 6.5-11.2 cm, subglabrous; bracts ovate-lanceolate, 1.3-1.4 cm × ca. 4 mm, glabrous, apex acuminate. Staminate flowers: pedicel ca. 1.8 cm; tepals 4, pale, outer 2 orbicular, ca. 1.7 × 1.6 cm, glabrous, inner 2 smaller, ca. 1.3 × 1 cm; stamens numerous; filaments ca. 1.8 mm, fused at base; anthers oblong, ca. 1.8 mm. Pistillate flowers: pedicel ca. 2.5 cm; tepals 5, glabrous, largest orbicular, ca. 1.2 cm, smallest elliptic, 1-1.2 cm × 4-6 mm; ...
I bought this same plant (benonia rex culturum) in last August. It was beautiful, but since then it has died off bit by bit. Ive grown tons of begonias, and I dont know what is wrong. ill be quite sad if I cant figure it out and lose the plant entirely. I sprayed a generic bug spray on it, i see no bug "remains" and Ive tried watering less and more, moved it into and out of the sun...any suggestions? Yesterday i pulled off a section and put it in water to try to root it hoping to salvage SOMETHING... ...
Nisha Shrestha*, Renuka Itani and Dharma Prasad Khanal. ABSTRACT. The aim of the present study is to extend the scientific knowledge for utilization of traditionally used medicinal plant Begonia picta. It includes the macroscopic, microscopic, phytochemical studies, antioxidant and antibacterial activity evaluation of leaves and stems of Begonia picta. The transverse section (T.S) of leaves showed the presence of upper and lower epidermis, mesophyll and mid rib region with numerous vascular bundle. The epidermal layer of leaf shows the presence of anisocytic type of stomata. The T.S of stem showed the epidermis, cortex, vascular bundle arranged in ring and pith with parenchymatous cells consisting abundant starch grains. Phytochemical present in different extract of Begonia picta were alkaloid, tannin, saponnin, terpenoid, glycoside, carbohydrate, flavonoid, phenol, cardiac glycoside and anthraquinone glycoside. TPC was measures by using Folin-ciocalteaus reagent. And TFC of Begonia picta was ...
Pin-up™ Flame Begonia, Tuberous Begonia). Numerous hibiscus-like flowers that are yellow, orange and red cover the bushy Pin-Up™ Flame tuberous begonia. It also has lush dark green leaves with lighter veins. Belonging to the Tuberhybrida Group of begonias derived from mountain-growing species native to the South American Andes, it grows from winter-dormant root tubers. The numerous flowers are bicolored, a rich yellow with blushes of red and orange on the petal margins. Blossoms are heavily produced in summer to mid-autumn, and are set among.... ...
A new |i|Begonia |/i|plant particularly distinguished by a dark red flower color, a compact form, and an upright and mounding plant habit with free branching, is disclosed.
... : A fantastic trailing version of Parisienne. Grow it in baskets and you wont even have to stoop to appreciate its fragrance! Trailing.…
The array of hot colours produced by the Begonia Amber Delight serves to complement the season with beautiful, bright oranges, reds, yellows and golds.
Govaerts, R. et al. 2011. Begonia soli-mutata in World Checklist of Selected Plant Families. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Published on the internet. Accessed: 2011 Oct 24 ...
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Acorn Woodpecker (1) Agave lophantha Quaddricolor (1) Agave Salmiana (10) Alaska (2) Albino White Crowned Sparrow (1) Aloe (5) Alstroemeria (1) Amaranthus Early Splendor (1) Amaryllis belladonna (1) American Coot (3) American Crow (8) American Kestrel (2) American Robin (1) Annas Hummingbird (18) Araucania (1) Argyroderma (1) Australia (5) Australian Pelican (1) B. Microsperma (1) Bald Eagle Cam (2) Bald Eagles (3) Band-tailed Pigeon (5) Bees (3) Begonia (14) Begonia Boliviensis Hybrid (1) Begonia Hazels Front Porch (1) Begonia Show (3) Bird of Paradise (1) Birdbath (4) BirdCam (40) Black Bear (1) Black Crowned Night Heron (2) Black Phoebe (4) Black Swan (1) Black-chinned Hummingbird (1) Black-headed Grosbeak (5) Black-Necked Stilt (2) Bloggie Video Camera (2) Blue Ginger (1) Blue-gray Gnatcatcher (4) Blue-winged Teal (1) Bolga (1) Broad-winged Hawk (1) Bromeliad (8) Brown Pelican (2) Bufflehead (1) Bushtit (2) Butchart Gardens (6) Cactus (1) Calathea (1) California Poppy (1) California ...
Wax begonia (Begonia x semperflorens) is another common shade-loving annual. The succulent leaves are dark green or bronze, depending on cultivar. The thick flowers are white, pink, red, or salmon and bloom all summer. Plant height ranges from 6 to 12 inches, depending on cultivar and growing conditions. Wax begonias are extremely durable and make excellent bedding or container plants in shady or sunny sites ...
That winter comes to an end. It is not something Cindy Crawford would like to discuss. Have you noticed how added the day? Noticed this and your plants. Actively turned green young leaves on ficus and ivy. Young shoots are long and already gave Solanum first covered with flowers. Appeared the first buds on eshinantuse, wake up tuberous begonias, gloxinia and Caladium. For the plants came transitional phase from winter to spring. And for the grower - the new season of work with plants. What are agricultural work already can (and should) hold? Cuttings of plants. For example, ornamental deciduous begonias, fuchsias, headers (Ivy), klerodendrona, passion fruit. Houses constructed conveniently slips into the water. Prepare for this small glasses or jars, sprinkle the bottom of the well-washed sand, pour to settle and put them into cuttings. On top you can wear them on transparent plastic bags. Tubers of plants, dormant period which in February is coming to end, and this is referred to begonias, gloxinia
Today was a sad day in the garden, the first weekend after the first freeze. I spent a good bit of time trimming frost damage from some of my beautiful plants. Then to make it a perfect storm, this is also the day I had to cut the beautiful wedding flowers into bits for the compost pile. I love finished compost, but it is always sad to have to put such beautifulness on the pile. So, Im posting a picture of one of the begonias to remind me that life is a circle. This white begonia is the only one in a whiskey barrel of red ones. Some of these begonias became part of the compost pile today, along with the wedding flowers and other stuff from the yard. There they will slowly revert to compost, which will feed other plants and bring beauty back into the world. ...
The leaves vary in size, shape (tend to be ovate but can be spiral) and in colour (from greens, to cream and maroons.) Leaf surface also varies from matte to metallic and hairy to smooth. The patterns may be spirals, splashes, speckles, or intricate shapes in greens, creams, pink, purple, maroon and red to silver. Rega
A tuberous perennial from zone 10 and south, in northerly climates it is often used as a summer bedding annual. It requires humus-rich, very well drained soils with a PH below 6.5. Heavy soil including a mix not porous enough when used in containers can spell disaster. They prefer either light shade or partial sun if the sun is during the morning ( ex. east facing exposure ). Do not plant outdoors until all risk of frost has passed. Plants are often started a month or 2 early indoors in order to get a sizeable plant for use in outdoor planters by the time summer begins. Once the foliage turns yellow during autumn, the tubers can be lifted and stored for the winter. After washing off soil and air drying for 2 days, store them in a cool garage or celler ( 4o to 50 F ) in marginally moist potting soil for 2.5 months to give them their required resting period. If the tubers remain healthy with no signs of rot, they can be replanted after ...
Deadheading is the process of removing spent or faded flowers to prevent the flowers from producing seed, encourage more flowers and stems or clean up the plant. Hardy in U.S. Department of ...
From ancient Chinese legends comes a beautiful tale of love and sacrifice. There is a mystical race of beings that control the tide and the changing of the seasons. But one of these beings, a young girl named Chun, wants to experience the human world, not simply observe it. When she turns sixteen, Chun is allowed to transform into a dolphin and explore the human world. However, she soon learns this world is a dangerous place. Chun is nearly killed in a vortex, but saved by a human boy at the cost of his own life. Moved by his kindness and courage, she decides to give the boy life again, but this power comes at a price. Chun will have to face adventure and sacrifice in order to protect the boys soul until it is ready to return to the human world.
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Scurrying I remove the fuchsias from the pergola and bring them inside laying the three pots down on an old sheet Ive spread out on the den floor leaving a path just wide enough to get to the pooter. Next are the two hanging begonias. The one on the veranda has withered a tad from the north wind but blooms are still graceful. The other one, this gorgeous Bonfire Begonia is huge! She measures a good 4 around and at least 5 in length with her tendrils still covered in blooms. This will take extra gentleness to bring her in without loss of limb. Tis best to place them on chairs where their tendrils will hang much like Rapunzels locks ...
Although there is much war in the world today due to differing cultures and ideas, textiles are something that all peoples have in common. In places as diverse as Turkey and China, Europe and America, Egypt and the Caucasus, people have been weaving textiles, using similar techniques, for thousands of years. This is a common heritage for all peoples; we cannot characterize what we have here as only Turkish culture; its not, its an international culture, handed down to us by our grandparents and their grandparents before them. Carpets are a meeting point for all peoples of the world ...
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By using sexual polyploidization method to create new Strelitzia reginae germplasm, young flowers which are about 6-8 cm in length are induced with different concentrations of colchicine (0.05, 0.10 and 0.20%) in the first meiosis. The results showed that the effects of 0.20% colchicine were the best. On the basis of morphological observations, the differences were obvious, such as petal, calyx, stigma, pollen grain germination, and so on. Based on cytological study, abnormal meiosis behavior resulting in the 2n pollen production showed that: (1) abnormal spindles, including parallel spindles and fused spindles were formed at metaphase II and anaphase II; (2) the nuclei at telophase II were arranged in two poles, each pole contained two nuclei, or in three poles, one of which contained two nuclei, the other pole contained one nucleus, respectively; (3) dyads and triads were produced at the tetrad stage. According to the cytological mechanism of 2n pollen formation, the results indicated that the ...
Begonia. Full of flowers and available in a range of four bright colors, Bossa Nova adds a new dimension to bedding displays. The well-branched plants also look stunning in large containers or hanging baskets, either singly or as part of a combination.. Use a well-drained, peat-based growing mix with a pH of 5.5 to 5.8 and EC less than 1.5. Do not bury the plugs. Keep soil temperature 65 to 68° F for rooting out, then lower to 61 to 68° F to grow on. Avoid temperatures below 57° F.. Keep light levels below 4,000 foot-candles. Low light levels promote bigger leaves and stretching; high light levels promote more compact habit and earlier flowering. Day length is critical to achieve the best quality - maintain 14-hour days until bud formation and increase to 16 hours for more showy plants.. Practice a good wet/dry moisture cycle, but avoid over drying, especially wilting as this will result in uneven and stunted growth. Water early in the day to avoid leaf scorch on sunny days. Bossa Nova ...
Oh the tarsier is an extraordinary animal. Relative to weight, it has the largest eyes of all the mammals. It is a tree mammal and primate but not a monkey as you will see there are quite a few key differences.. ...
Species of begonias have been found to use quantum mechanics trickery and photonics to turn themselves blue and survive the forest floor.
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The large genus Begonia began to diverge in Africa during the Oligocene. The current hotspot of diversity for the genus in China and Southeast Asia must therefore be the result of an eastward ...
When I was in our local Homebase garden centre yesterday I was looking at some boxes of bedding and saw a blackbird fly onto the shelving with something in her mouth,then she told me off and flew out . I had a quick peep and found a half built nest in a box of begonias ...
A dozen dainty blossoms — roses, lilies, and begonias among them — bloom even more brightly with a glowing dash of glitter. Perfect for enhancing cards, letters, and packages to flower-loving friends.|br|
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Aspirin is so good for roses, brandy for sweet peas, and a squeeze of lemon-juice for the fleshy flowers, like begonias. Gerald Durrell. The Aspirin Rose is a Floribunda Patio Rose bred by Hans Jurgen Evers in Germany in 1989. He was a famous rose breeder that worked for Rosen Tantau in the early 1960s…
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My mom in law used to keep asparagus fern in her house and it thrived. I brought it in last year and had quite a mess, with the little needles falling all the time. I may put them in the heated basement this year, in front of the big windows. I have two pots with pink begonias and asparagus ferns. You have just convinced me to bring them in...have you ever saved begonias in the house?I found that the J. Beetle doesnt like begonias...another choice for next year ...
MATERIAL AND METHODS. Leaf samples were collected from infected and asymptomatic plants grown in pots, of floricultural crops. DNA for use as template in PCR reactions was extracted from fresh tissue according to a methodology described elsewhere (Lee et al., 1993).. Phytoplasma detection was conducted by the nested PCR method to amplify the 16S rDNA region using the universal primer pairs R16mF2/mR1 and R16F2n/R2 (Gundersen & Lee, 1996). DNA amplified in PCR primed by the first primer pair was diluted 1:50 with water and used as template in PCR primed by the second primer pair. PCR was carried out in a final volume of 25 µL as previously described (Gundersen & Lee, 1996) for 35 cycles, following the steps: 1 min for denaturation at 94ºC (2 min for the first cycle), 2 min for annealing at 50ºC, and 3 min for primer extension at 72ºC (7 min in the final cycle). The DNA amplified fragments were analyzed by electrophoresis through 1% agarose gel, stained with ethidium bromide, and DNA bands ...
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In the fading twilight on the rainforest floor, a plants leaves glimmer iridescent blue. And now scientists know why. These exotic blue leaves pull more energy out of dim light than ordinary leaves because of an odd trick of quantum mechanics.. A team of plant scientists led by Heather Whitney of the University of Bristol in the U.K. has just discovered the remarkable origin and purpose of the shiny cobalt leaves on the Malaysian tropical plant Begonia pavonina. The plant owes its glimmer to its peculiar machinery for photosynthesis, the process plants use to turn light into chemical energy. Strangely enough, these blue leaves can squeeze more energy out of the red-green light that reaches the eternally dim rainforest floor. Whitney and her colleagues describe the blue leaves today in the journal Nature Plants.. ...
For something fun n funky, go for really wacky foliage with an extra splash of color. (It also helps if the container makes people do a double take!) The plants in this combination are pretty low maintenance - only requiring water to keep the soil from drying out during the hot Summer months. You can also switch out any Colocasia or Rex Begonia for the varieties shown here. ...
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In this study, an efficient protocol for the regeneration of encapsulated explants of oleander (Nerium oleander L.) has been developed. Shoot tips and 1st nodal segments below the shoot tip, from in vitro-derived oleander microshoots, were encapsulated in 2.5% sodium alginate prepared in liquid MS sucrose-free nutrient medium and hardened in 50 mM of calcium chloride producing solid beads, uniform ...
SEM investigation indicates a complex mineral assemblage is present. Subhedral kaolinite and illite commonly coat grains and occur as cement. Fe oxides are present as well. Back-scatter imaging indicates that an unidentified subhedral to anhedral aluminosilicate occurs as does an unusual Ag-bearing aluminum phosphate. Chlorine is also detected in particles near the Ag-bearing aluminum phosphate and this is consistent with low temperature hydrothermal mobilization and deposition of Ag. Some aluminosilicate grains may be detrital however some appear to post date kaolinite and illite mineralization. The Ag-bearing phosphate has textures consistent with late phase mineralization and does post date other textures. Fe-oxides appear to occur as multiple generations. The aluminosilicate may be impact related and if enough sample material can be extracted definitive X-ray investigation will enable phase identification, potentially placing more constraints on impact conditions. Further studies of high ...
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About ten taxa of Proteaceae are known from the Early Eocene in Tasmania, one from a Late Eocene site, 22 from four Early Oligocene sites, one from a Late Oligocene/Early Miocene site, 12 or 13 from two Early Pleistocene sites, and five or six from the Middle and Late Pleistocene. Most of the Tertiary fossils are of extinct species, but the extant species Lomatia fraxinifolia and Telopea truncata have been recorded from the Early Oligocene as well as apparent close relatives of the subalpine rainforest species Orites milliganii, and the sub-tropical rainforest species, O. excelsa. None of the Early Oligocene species are known from more than one site, implying very high regional diversity, and floristic differentiation among the sites. High diversity of Proteaceae at some sites may be associated with oligotrophic soils. There is no evidence of any of the modern species-rich scleromorphic groups of Proteaceae except Banksiinae. Scleromorphy was well established in Oriteae, Embothrieae and ...
Genetic improvement of agronomic crops is necessary to cope with chilling stress. To identify the physiological factors responsible for this genotypic difference in chill-induced inhibition of photosynthesis, leaf CO2 assimilation, the electron flux in the chloroplast and the antioxidant metabolism in isolated chloroplasts were examined in two genotypes of cucumber (Cucumis sativus) plants with distinct chilling tolerance. Cucumber plants were exposed to 100 µmol m-2 s-1 at 9/7°C (day/night) for 10 d and were then returned to optimal conditions for 2 d. Chilling resulted in more significant reductions in rbcL and rbcS transcripts, ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase-oxygenase (Rubisco) content and initial Rubisco activity, leading to higher electron flux to O2 in the chilling-sensitive genotype than in the chilling-tolerant genotype. The chilling-tolerant genotype showed lower H2O2 contents in the chloroplasts by maintaining higher H2O2-scavenging activity in the chloroplasts than in the ...
Frustrated phagocytosis has been stated as an important factor in the initiation of an inflammatory response after fibre exposure. The length of fibrous structures has been linked to the potential of fibres to induce adverse health effects for at least 40 years. However, we only recently reported for the first time the threshold length for fibre-induced inflammation in the pleural space and we implicated frustrated phagocytosis in the pro-inflammatory effects of long fibres. This study extends the examination of the threshold value for frustrated phagocytosis using well-defined length classes of silver nanowires (AgNW) ranging from 3-28 μm and describes in detail the morphology of frustrated phagocytosis using a novel technique and also describes compartmentalisation of fibres in the pleural space. A novel technique, backscatter scanning electron microscopy (BSE) was used to study frustrated phagocytosis since it provides high-contrast detection of nanowires, allowing clear discrimination between the
The garden writer (awaytogarden.com) and a former editor at Martha Stewart Living, kept one of the orchids for herself, repotting, watering, situating and feeding it according to all the accepted practices. Roach gave the other to her sister, an occasional gardener, who plopped her plant near her desk in its original, too-small container and gave it minimal care. Roach, a big fan of the houseplant-as-gift, points out that potted plants are a great value compared with cut flowers, and a source of lasting and unpredictable pleasures, both horticultural and humorous. Just as you dont want to be the guest who shows up at Thanksgiving with a casserole that requires major oven space, you dont want to be the one who shows up with a plant that requires elaborate care and feeding. The worst-case scenario when you give a reasonably sized, low-maintenance plant is that it ends up in the garbage when it stops blooming. [...] called rex begonias, the ornamental leaves of these plants can be flushed pink,
Indoor gardeners will find among the Peperomias a wide choice of easy-to-care for houseplants, satisfying because of their adaptability to home environment and their diversity of leaf pattern. If you know only Emerald Ripple and Watermelon Begonia, your acquaintance is much too restricted, for among the 15 or so species that are widely available commercially there are vining types, succulent types, variegated forms and miniatures.. The name Peperomia means "similar to pepper." Peperomias are members of the same family as our black pepper and are tropical in origin. Mary have becaome popular as houseplants because of their small, compact growth; most grow less than a foot tall. Moreover, they are slow growers and will keep within their allotted space. The catkin-like flower stalks produced above the foliage are curious but the foliage is the attraction. Although they vary widely in appearance, all required the same care.. As houseplants, Peperomias generally need warmth; they will survive low, ...
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Me marry! Are you out of your mind? Who would I marry?" Arriman muttered miserably.. But of course he knew. All of them knew. There is only one kind of person a wizard can marry, and that is a witch.. Arriman the Awful, the Wizard of the North, needs a wife. But which witch will Arriman choose? Warty, wicked, or just plain rude -- witches galore enter his spell-casting competition. Mabel Wrack, half mermaid, specializes in fishy magic; old Mother Bloodworth knows every spell in the book (well, maybe not that turning-young-again one), and the Shouter twins would kill each other to win -- really! Poor Belladonna, the smallest of the coven, doesnt have a chance. As hard as she tries to be evil, her spells conjure up nice pink begonias or scrumptious ice-cream sundaes, not a single viper or toad.. But Belladonna is determined to do something sinister in time for the contest, and with the help of a mysterious orphan and a worm named Rover, she just might pull it off.. That is, if Madame Olympia, an ...
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Taiwan, an East Asian island in the Pacific Ocean, is located off the southeast coast of China. Rugged mountain ranges run from the northern and southern tip of the island, which is home to an abundant number of endangered and rare species of wildlife. This countrys climate varies between tropical and subtropical, with warm summers and mild winters.. Capital City: Taipei. Languages: Mandarin, Hakka, Taiwanese. Population: 2.3 million. Currency: Taiwan dollar. ...
Airport Travelers To Get Ionizing X-Ray Radiation. According to a recent Zogby poll, traveling Americans approve long lines and gridlock at airport passenger screening points. The majority polled appreciate delays and hassles of flying todays suspicious skies and feel safer because the federal Transportation Security Agency (TSA) is in charge of airport screening. These happy line campers should be delighted to learn about TSAs grossly invasive new security plans. The good times have just begun.. TSA Security Laboratory Director Susan Hallowell recently announced the agencys intent to use back-scatter X-ray machines for passenger surveillance. These hugely expensive, closet-sized zappers can find the plastic bombs hidden in grandmas underpants, while delivering a smacking dose of ionizing radiation to her breasts and thyroid gland.. Snooper X-rays penetrate a few centimeters into the flesh and reflect off the skin to form a naked body image for TSA security personnel to inspect. These ...
This coral does best in an established tank. It prefers a high water current and a high light level (400 to 600PAR), so does best in the middle to upper regions of the tank depending on the lighting. Needs stable water parameters to thrive, and adiquate calcium to grow ...
There are definitely specific requirements for proteins, though the exact amount is somewhat questionable. The Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) of protein according to U.S. government standards is 0.8 gram per kilogram (1 kilogram equals 2.2 pounds) of ideal body weight for the adult.
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The melon (or cotton) aphid, Aphis gossypii, is distributed throughout most of the world. It has been reported to feed on 220 different crops, including many important vegetables (tomatoes, potatoes, cucurbits) and ornamentals (chrysanthemum, cineraria, begonia, hollyhock, Easter lily). It also infests many weed hosts such as amaranth, milkweed, lambs quarters, and grounsel. Melon aphid infestations can reduce crop vigor, yield, and quality. It is known to vector at least 50 plant viruses, some of which are important in vegetable crops ...
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Singapore is a small Southeast Asian island city-state located at the tip of the Malay peninsula with a population of 5.61 million people. It was a former British colony that went on to become a part of Malaysia before gaining independence in 1965. Since then, Singapore has developed tremendously from a small fishing village into the regions medical hub. This article will explore the roots of cardiac anesthesia in Singapore and how it has developed into a subspecialty today ...
The British Army are building an immensely expensive ultra-sophisticated version of HAARP, the US mind-control/weather-control weapon of mass destruction, in their large army base at Greek Cyprus. 200 metre antennae are being constructed, powered by megawatt power stations to fire pulse radio frequency at between 8 and 16 MHz. Apart from its use as over-the-horizon RADAR, the pulse modulation of the RF can be modulated at ELF frequency to mind control the surrounding countries. The British have stated it is targeted on Iran and Iraq and like the system in Norway, which can bounce RF off the ionosphere, the British version has the ability - like HAARP - to bounce its millions of Watts of 8MHz transmissions off the ionosphere to control the weather, destroy communication networks, and to violently upset whole populations by inducing ELF behavioural changes, neurological changes, and physical trauma. British computers can change the frequency to 16MHz, so it acts in its ionosphere back-scatter ...
The Pipe Organ Coral is a soft coral, but is often referred to as a hard coral because of its red calcareous skeleton. Its common names may also include Organ Pipe Coral, or Daisy Coral. When its polyps are open, it is often confused with the star polyps or clove polyps because of their similar appearance. These corals do have the advantage over the other similar looking soft corals in that they will not spread across the rocks and crowd out other species. Its behavior is peaceful because it lacks sweeper tentacles, and is safe to place near other peaceful corals. It will require a moderate to high light level combined with a medium to strong water movement within the aquarium. It is fragile, however, so it should not be positioned in currents which could displace or damage it. For continued good health, it will also require the addition of calcium, iodine, strontium, and other trace elements to the water. The symbiotic algae zooxanthellae hosted within its body provides the majority of its ...
Soil micromorphology is specifically combined with soil chemical and macrofossil studies undertaken by colleagues at Umeå University, Sweden (Roger Engelmark, Johan Linderholm, Karin Viklund), in order to produce collaborative publication chapters in Varta. This research project has included fieldwork and laboratory investigations, with meetings at Oslo, Umeå, and Moesgard Museum, Aarhus and also at UCL.. ...
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Class 1---Gymnospermae (Gymnosperms); Sub-Class 1---Dicotyledoneae (Dicotyledons); Order 35---Violales, Family Theaceae (Tea Family), Family Tamaricaceae (Tamarisk Family), Family Hypericaceae (St. Johns Wort Family), Family Cistaceae (Rock Rose Family), Family Violaceae (Violet Family), Family Passifloraceae (Passion Flower Family), Family Caricaceae (Papaw Family), Family Loasaceae (Loasa Family), Family Turneraceae (Damiana Family), Family Flacourtiaceae (Annatto Family), Family Datiscaceae, and Family Begoniaceae; Order 36---Opuntiales, Family Cactaceae (Cactus Family); Order 37---Myrtales, Family Thymelaceae (Mezereum Family), Family Elaeagnaceae (Oleaster Family), Family Lythraceae (Loosestrife Family), Family Myrtaceae (Myrtle Family), Family Melastomaceae (Meadow Beauty Family), Family Onagraceae (Evening Primrose Family), Family Haloragidaceae (Water Milfoil Family), Family Sonneratiaceae, Family Punicaceae (Pomegranate Family), Family Lecythidaceae (Brazil Nut Family), Family ...
We have given a dynamic description of several aspects of growth: the amount of cell division, cell division orientation and cell expansion patterns associated with SAM morphogenesis. Analysis reveals that it requires a minimum of 4 days of continuous observation to reveal the essential aspects of cell behavior associated with primordium growth. We have mapped the location of primordium progenitor cells to a point early enough that they are close to the slowly dividing cells in the CZ. Sector boundary analysis in inflorescence meristems (IM) of Arabidopsis thaliana has led to the prediction that a flower bud arises from a set of four progenitor cells (Bossinger and Smyth, 1996). Our observations show that number of primordium progenitor cells varies across successive plastochrons, as must be true if the cells continue to divide. The progenitor cells that represent the primordium at stages P-1 and P-2 are higher in number than those comprising primordia at stages P-3 and P-4. Therefore, number of ...
Arabidopsis thaliana has proven a powerful system for developmental genetics, but identification of gametophytic genes with developmental mutants can be complicated by factors such as gametophyte-lethality, functional redundancy, or poor penetrance. These issues are exemplified by the Plant Intracellular Ras-group LRR (PIRL) genes, a family of nine genes encoding a class of leucine-rich repeat proteins structurally related to animal and fungal LRR proteins involved in developmental signaling. Previous analysis of T-DNA insertion mutants showed that two of these genes, PIRL1 and PIRL9, have an essential function in pollen formation but are functionally redundant. Here, we present evidence implicating three more PIRLs in gametophyte development. Scanning electron microscopy revealed that disruption of either PIRL2 or PIRL3 results in a low frequency of pollen morphological abnormalities. In addition, molecular analysis of putative pirl6 insertion mutants indicated that knockout alleles of this gene are
Past vegetation assemblages, preserved in peat layers, are one of the key proxies when reconstructing historical peatland dynamics. Northern peatlands can be divided into two main types: fens and bogs. Compared with bog peat, the fen peat is usually more decomposed because of different eco-hydrological conditions and effective humification processes. A high level of decomposition hampers reliable identification of plant remains and constrains palaeoecological approaches. Biogeochemical studies on bog plants and bog peat have shown that plant group-specific biomarkers can be applied to identify fossil plants or plant groups from peat, given the identification of plant group-specific markers in living fen plants. In this study, we applied plant macrofossil, biomarkers and multivariate statistical analyses to two mid-boreal peat sequences to investigate whether biomarkers can be applied to distinguish fen and bog environments and whether plant-specific biomarkers can be identified from fen peat. ...
Giving plants a quick drink now and then is OK on hot days, but its no substitute for deep irrigation. Regular harvesting is also important. If you dont pick vegetables often enough, plants can go to seed and quit producing.. Although this month is too hot for starting most plants, there are a few that do well in steamy weather, such as the following:. *. FLOWERS. Ageratum. Bedding begonia. Celosia. Coleus. Dahlia. Dianthus ...
Demikian juga Jenis tanaman hias bunga lainnya yang cantik adalah Saintpaulia ionantha - yang juga dikenal dengan African violets dan violltjes ayau Begonia rex ( Bigonia sp) , Bintang buni ( Crytanthus sp) , Bunga angsa ( Aristolochia sp) , Bunga harumsari ( Buddleja asiatica) , Bunga bokor ( Hydrangea hortensis) , bunga kana ( Canna indica) , Bunga kupu-kupu ( Bauhinia purpurea) , Bunga kancing ( Gomphrena globosa) , Bunga kuku macan ( Mucuna bennetii) , Bunga matahari ( Helianthus annus) dan Bunga mentega ( Taberna emontana coronaria) .Jenis tanaman hias dengan bunga sebagai objek pokok bunga akan memerlukan jenis dan komposisi pupuk Gramafix® Tanaman Hias Bunga ( Tahiba) dengan Kalium ( K2O) dominan terhadap Phosphor ( P2O5) namun, setara dengan kandungan Nitrogen ( N) ditambah dengan Mg, S dan Ca serta Micro Element . Komposisi hara dalam pupuk ini, sebagaimana terdapat pada Gramafix® Formula Tanaman Hias Bunga, adalah NPK-MgSCa + TE ( 17-8-17- 3-7-3 + 1 ...
0100] [0101] 1a) A 30-year-old male has seasonal allergic rhinitis. In May, prior to pollen formation, 30 units of BoNT topically applied in each nostril. Specifically, the nasal cavity is sprayed with a solution of 1% lidocaine and 1/2% neosynephrine to anesthetize and decongest the nasal mucosa, respectively. Then 1 cc of normal saline containing 30 units of BoNT is sprayed into each nasal cavity. This method of delivery, although commonly used for application of nasal medication, is inherently inefficient as a significant percentage of a sprayed medication will exit the posterior nasal cavity and be exhaled or swallowed. [0102] 1b) In another embodiment, the patient is treated by placing 1×3 cm2 cotton pledgets impregnated with 20 units of BoNT onto the medial surface of the turbinates and left for one hour, then removed by the physician. This delivery method is more efficient then a spray, however a significant percentage of the BoNT will not diffuse from the pledgets to the mucosa. [0103] ...
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Studies on allele length polymorphism designate several glacial refugia for Norway spruce (Picea abies) in the South Carpathian Mountains, but infer only limited expansion from these refugia after the last glaciation. To better understand the genetic dynamics of a South Carpathian spruce lineage, we compared ancient DNA from 10,700 and 11,000-year-old spruce pollen and macrofossils retrieved from Holocene lake sediment in the Retezat Mountains with DNA extracted from extant material from the same site. We used eight primer pairs that amplified short and variable regions of the spruce cpDNA. In addition, from the same lake sediment we obtained a 15,000-years-long pollen accumulation rate (PAR) record for spruce that helped us to infer changes in population size at this site. We obtained successful amplifications for Norway spruce from 17 out of 462 pollen grains tested, while the macrofossil material provided 22 DNA sequences. Two fossil sequences were found to be unique to the ancient material.
Begoniaceae C.Agardh. *Coriariaceae DC.. *Corynocarpaceae Engl.. *Cucurbitaceae Juss.. *Datiscaceae Dumort.. *Tetramelaceae ...
Begoniaceae. with Lyman B. Smith. 1950. A New Begonia Argentinian. with Lyman B. Smith 1941. Review of the Argentinian species ...
Begoniaceae C.Agardh, nom. cons.. *Coriariaceae DC., nom. cons.. *Corynocarpaceae Engl., nom. cons. ...
Cucurbitanae order 1. Begoniales family 1. Datiscaceae family 2. Begoniaceae order 2. Cucurbitales family 1. Cucurbitaceae ...
Begoniaceae C.Agardh, nom. cons. Celastrales Link Lepidobotryaceae J.L eonard, nom. cons. Celastraceae R.Br., nom. cons. ...
Begoniaceae C.Agardh Coriariaceae DC. Corynocarpaceae Engl. Cucurbitaceae Juss. Datiscaceae Dumort. Tetramelaceae Airy Shaw ...
... and Begoniaceae. Other families, such as Araceae, Boraginaceae, Brassicaceae, Commelinaceae, Gesneriaceae, and Zingiberaceae, ...
... is a genus of perennial flowering plants in the family Begoniaceae. The genus contains 1,795 different plant species. ...
Begoniaceae C.Agardh, nom. cons.. COM gren[2] med usikker placering[redigér , redigér wikikode]. *Celastrales *Lepidobotryaceae ...
... begoniaceae (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.388.100.125 --- berberidaceae (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.388.100.125. ...
Asclepiadaceae ) Begonia warscewiczii Neuman (Begoniaceae) Lamproconus warscewiczii Lem. (Bromeliaceae) Lobelia warscewiczii ...
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Begoniaceae) from Bahia, Brazil. ...
... is a species in the Begoniaceae family. Similar to Begonia socotrana but separated by the asymmetrically ...
... is a plant species in the family Begoniaceae. It is a small herb widespread in the mountains of Mexico, from ...
... is a plant in the begonia family, Begoniaceae. It was introduced to Europe in 1864 by Richard Pearce (after ...
... is a species of plant in the Begoniaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador. Its natural habitats are ...
... is a species of plant in the Begoniaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador. Its natural habitat is ...
... is a species of plant in the Begoniaceae family. It is found in Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea. Its natural ...
... is a species of plant in the Begoniaceae family. It is found in Cameroon and Nigeria. Its natural habitat ...
... is a species of plant in the Begoniaceae family. It is endemic to China. China Plant Specialist Group 2004 ...
Elsewhere, other major hostplant families include Actinidiaceae, Araceae, Begoniaceae and Dilleniaceae. Theretra clotho clotho ...
... is a species of plant in the Begoniaceae family. It is endemic to Mauritius. Its natural habitat is ...
... is a species of plant in the Begoniaceae family. It is endemic to Yemen. Its natural habitats are subtropical ...
... is a species of plant in the Begoniaceae family. The Latin specific epithet roxburghii refers to the ...
... is a species of plant in the Begoniaceae family. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist ...
Begoniaceae is a family of flowering plants with two genera and about 1825 species occurring in the subtropics and tropics of ... Begoniaceae): a rare Hawaiian relict". American Journal of Botany. 91 (6): 905-917. doi:10.3732/ajb.91.6.905. PMID 21653447. L ... Media related to Begoniaceae at Wikimedia Commons. ...
Begoniaceae).- Gourd Family (Cucurbitaceae).- Willow Family (Salicaceae).- Mustard Family (Brassicaceae).- Heath Family ( ...
It includes Begoniaceae, the begonia family, with 60 percent of the species in the order, and Cucurbitaceae, the squash, gourd ... Begoniaceae. Begoniaceae. , the begonia family of flowering plants in the order Cucurbitales. The Begoniaceae consists of two ... Begoniaceae. Members of Begoniaceae are succulent herbs or sometimes climbers; there are 2 genera and more than 1,400 species, ... It includes Begoniaceae, the begonia family, with 60 percent of the species in the order, and Cucurbitaceae, the squash, gourd ...
Begoniaceae. *Begonia ferox - southwestern Guangxi, China *Begonia grandis - China *Begonia rex Red Bull - Arunachal Pradesh ...
Tanaka N, Hughes M: Begonia (sect. Sphenanthera ) hayamiana (Begoniaceae), a new species from northern Myanmar. Acta Phytotax ... Li H-J, Ma H, Guan K-Y, Peng C-I: Begonia rubinea (sect. Platycentrum , Begoniaceae), a new species from Guizhou, China. Bot ... Ye H-G, Wang F-G, Ye Y-S, Peng C-I: Begonia coptidifolia (Begoniaceae), a new species from China. Bot Bull Acad Sin 2004, 45: ... Shui Y-M, Peng C-I, Wu C-Y: Synopsis of the Chinese species of Begonia (Begoniaceae), with a reappraisal of sectional ...
Begoniaceae C.Agardh. *Coriariaceae DC.. *Corynocarpaceae Engl.. *Cucurbitaceae Juss.. *Datiscaceae Dumort.. *Tetramelaceae ...
Begoniaceae. Male flower of a plant cultivated at the Botanical Garden Basel, Switzerland. ... Begoniaceae, Cucurbitaceae, Anisophylleaceae). Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 145:129-185. ...
BEGONIACEAE C. Agardh, nom. cons. Back to Cucurbitales. Fleshy herbs, (tuberous); tanniniferous, soluble oxalate accumulation; ... Age. {Begoniaceae + Tetramelaceae]: The age of this node - if it exists - is around (67-)63(-59) m.y. (Schaefer et al. 2009). ( ... Age. The age of Hillebrandia, and hence crown-group Begoniaceae, has been estimated at 58.5-45 m.y. (Clement et al. 2004, see ... The clade [Datiscaceae + Begoniaceae] had at best only moderate support (Zhang et al. 2006; see also Schaefer et al. 2009; ...
A new |i|Begonia |/i|plant particularly distinguished by a dark red flower color, a compact form, and an upright and mounding plant habit with free branching, is disclosed.
Begoniaceae C.Agardh, nom. cons.. *Coriariaceae DC., nom. cons.. *Corynocarpaceae Engl., nom. cons. ...
Begoniaceae (38) Behaviour (114) Belgium (3) Beloniformes (2) Betta (3) Bhutan (7) Bignoniaceae (2) Bioacoustics (60) ... Baryandra, Begoniaceae), A New Species from Luzon Island, the Philippines. Phytotaxa. 343(3); 289-292. DOI: 10.11646/phytotaxa. ... ป้ายกำกับ: 2018, Asia, Begonia, Begoniaceae, Botany, CR • Critically Endangered, Eudicots, Philippines, Phytotaxa, Southeast ... Botany • 2015] Six New Species of Begonia (Begoniaceae) from Limestone Areas in northern Vietnam ...
Begoniaceae. Other. Bougainvillea spectabilis (Bougainvilla). Nyctaginaceae. Other. Bromeliaceae. Bromeliaceae. Other. ...
Begoniaceae. Main. Bellis perennis (common daisy). Asteraceae. Other. Capsicum annuum (bell pepper). Solanaceae. Other. ...
Begoniaceae - 27 pages. Chloranthaceae - 12 pages. Elaeocarpaceae - 12 pages. Sterculiaceae - 68 pages. Tiliaceae - 38 pages. ...
Begoniaceae. with Lyman B. Smith. 1950. A New Begonia Argentinian. with Lyman B. Smith 1941. Review of the Argentinian species ...
Plants herbaceous or shrubby, succulent. Lvs. entire or pinnatifid. Slip. 0. Flowers sessile, usually in cymes and perfectly symmetrical. Sepals 3 to 20, more or less united at base, persistent. Petal...
Familia: Begoniaceae Genus: Begonia Sectio: B. sect. Petermannia Species: Begonia diffusiflora Name[edit]. Begonia diffusiflora ...
Begonia is a genus of perennial flowering plants in the family Begoniaceae. The genus contains 1,795 different plant species. ...
First steps in studying the origins of secondary woodiness in Begonia (Begoniaceae): combining anatomy, phylogenetics, and stem ...
Begoniaceae C.Agardh, nom. cons.. COM gren[2] med usikker placering[redigér , redigér wikikode]. *Celastrales *Lepidobotryaceae ...
KN 1021/Begoniaceae. Shrubs. Flower. Infusions. Hypertension. Infusion of dry flower is taken to relieve hypertension. 20. ...
Begoniaceae, Balsaminaceae, Thraupidae, Alliaceae, Fringillidae, Rosaceae, Malvaceae, Eleutherodactylidae, Myrtaceae, ...
Anisophylleaceae [[Corynocarpaceae + Coriariaceae] [Cucurbitaceae [Tetramelaceae [Datiscaceae + Begoniaceae]]]] Apodanthaceae. ... Begoniaceae, Behniaceae, Belangeraceae, Belloniaceae, Bembiciaceae, Berberidaceae, Berberidopsidaceae, Berryaceaee, Bersamaceae ...
Family:Begoniaceae Size:Height: 0 ft. to 0.83 ft.. Width: 0 ft. to 0.58 ft. Plant Category:ground covers, houseplants, ...
Family:Begoniaceae Size:Height: 0 ft. to 2.5 ft.. Width: 0 ft. to 2 ft. Plant Category:houseplants, perennials, Plant ...
  • Begoniaceae is a family of flowering plants with two genera and about 1825 species occurring in the subtropics and tropics of both the New World and Old World. (wikipedia.org)
  • Apodanthaceae (Cucurbitales) es uno de los doce clados de angiospermas parasíticas, y la única familia de especies holoparasíticas con la fase vegetativa completamente endofítica en tallos principalmente de especies de Fabaceae y Salicaceae. (scielo.org.co)
  • McLellan, T. (2000) Geographic variation and plasticity of leaf shape and size in Begonia dregei and B. homonyma (Begoniaceae). (scirp.org)
  • With its big,speckled angel-wing-shaped leaves atop juicy stems, the angel wing begonia (Begoniaceae) is a favorite indoor plant. (gardenguides.com)
  • The seeds of Begoniaceae have a small lid surrounded by specialized cells. (britannica.com)