The cactus plant family of the order Caryophyllales, subclass Caryophyllidae, class Magnoliopsida. Cacti are succulent perennial plants well adapted to dry regions.
A plant genus of the family CACTACEAE. Species with cylindrical joints are called Cholla; flat jointed ones are Prickly-pear.
The initial stages of the growth of SEEDS into a SEEDLINGS. The embryonic shoot (plumule) and embryonic PLANT ROOTS (radicle) emerge and grow upwards and downwards respectively. Food reserves for germination come from endosperm tissue within the seed and/or from the seed leaves (COTYLEDON). (Concise Dictionary of Biology, 1990)
The encapsulated embryos of flowering plants. They are used as is or for animal feed because of the high content of concentrated nutrients like starches, proteins, and fats. Rapeseed, cottonseed, and sunflower seed are also produced for the oils (fats) they yield.

Characterization of calcium oxalates generated as biominerals in cacti. (1/76)

The chemical composition and morphology of solid material isolated from various Cactaceae species have been analyzed. All of the tested specimens deposited high-purity calcium oxalate crystals in their succulent modified stems. These deposits occurred most frequently as round-shaped druses that sometimes coexist with abundant crystal sand in the tissue. The biominerals were identified either as CaC(2)O(4).2H(2)O (weddellite) or as CaC(2)O(4).H(2)O (whewellite). Seven different species from the Opuntioideae subfamily showed the presence of whewellite, and an equal number of species from the Cereoideae subfamily showed the deposition of weddellite. The chemical nature of these deposits was assessed by infrared spectroscopy. The crystal morphology of the crystals was visualized by both conventional light and scanning electron microscopy. Weddellite druses were made up of tetragonal crystallites, whereas those from whewellite were most often recognized by their acute points and general star-like shape. These studies clearly demonstrated that members from the main traditional subfamilies of the Cactaceae family could synthesize different chemical forms of calcium oxalate, suggesting a definite but different genetic control. The direct relationship established between a given Cactaceae species and a definite calcium oxalate biomineral seems to be a useful tool for plant identification and chemotaxonomy.  (+info)

Benefits and costs of mutualism: demographic consequences in a pollinating seed-consumer interaction. (2/76)

Interspecific interactions can affect population dynamics and the evolution of species traits by altering demographic rates such as reproduction and survival. The influence of mutualism on population processes is thought to depend on both the benefits and costs of the interaction. However, few studies have explicitly quantified both benefits and costs in terms of demographic rates; furthermore there has been little consideration as to how benefits and costs depend on the demographic effects of factors extrinsic to the interaction. I studied how benefits (pollination) and costs (larval fruit consumption) of pollinating seed-consumers (senita moths) affect the reproduction of senita cacti and how these effects may rely on extrinsic water limitation for reproduction. Fruit initiation was not limited by moth pollination, but survival of initiated fruit increased when moth eggs were removed from flowers. Watered cacti produced more flowers and initiated more fruit from hand-pollinated flowers than did unwatered cacti, but fruit initiation remained low despite excess pollen. Even though water, pollination and larvae each affected a component of cactus reproduction, when all of these factors were included in a factorial experiment, pollination and water determined rates of reproduction. Counter-intuitively, larval fruit consumption had a negligible effect on cactus reproduction. By quantifying both benefits and costs of mutualism in terms of demographic rates, this study demonstrates that benefits and costs can be differentially influential to population processes and that interpretation of their influences can depend on demographic effects of factors extrinsic to the interaction.  (+info)

Allozyme diversity and genetic structure of the leafy cactus (Pereskia guamacho [Cactaceae]). (3/76)

We examined levels of genetic variation and genetic structure in the leafy cactus (Pereskia guamacho) in arid and semiarid zones in Venezuela. We surveyed genetic diversity within 17 populations using 19 allozyme loci. Genetic diversity was relatively high at both the species (P(s) = 89%, A(s) = 3.26, AP(s) = 3.53, H(es) = 0.24) and population (P(p) = 63%, A(p) = 1.90, AP(p) = 2.42, H(ep) = 0.20) levels. A significant deficit of heterozygote individuals was detected within populations in the Paraguana Peninsula region (F(IS) = 0.301). Relatively low levels of population differentiation were detected at macrogeographic (G(ST) = 0.112) and regional levels (G(ST) = 0.044 for peninsula region and G(ST) = 0.074 for mainland region), suggesting substantial genetic exchange among populations; however, gene flow in this species seems to be regulated by the distance among populations. Overall, estimates of genetic diversity found in P. guamacho are concordant with the pattern observed for other cacti surveyed, namely high levels of polymorphism and genetic diversity with one common allele and several rare alleles per locus. Differences in gene dispersal systems between this species and other cacti studied were not reflected in the patterns of genetic diversity observed. The concentration of the highest estimates of genetic variation in northwestern Venezuela suggests a potential reservoir of plant genetic diversity within xerophilous ecosystems in northern South America.  (+info)

Initial net CO2 uptake responses and root growth for a CAM community placed in a closed environment. (4/76)

To help understand carbon balance between shoots and developing roots, 41 bare-root crassulacean acid metabolism (CAM) plants native to the Sonoran Desert were studied in a glass-panelled sealable room at day/night air temperatures of 25/15 degrees C. Net CO(2) uptake by the community of Agave schottii, Carnegia gigantea, Cylindropuntia versicolor, Ferocactus wislizenii and Opuntia engelmannii occurred 3 weeks after watering. At 4 weeks, the net CO(2) uptake rate measured for south-east-facing younger parts of the shoots averaged 1.94 micro mol m(-2) s(-1) at night, considerably higher than the community-level nocturnal net CO(2) uptake averaged over the total shoot surface, primarily reflecting the influences of surface orientation on radiation interception (predicted net CO(2) uptake is twice as high for south-east-facing surfaces compared with all compass directions). Estimated growth plus maintenance respiration of the roots averaged 0.10 micro mol m(-2) s(-1) over the 13-week period, when the community had a net carbon gain from the atmosphere of 4 mol C while the structural C incorporated into the roots was 23 mol. Thus, these five CAM species diverted all net C uptake over the 13-week period plus some existing shoot C to newly developing roots. Only after sufficient roots develop to support shoot water and nutrient requirements will the plant community have net above-ground biomass gains.  (+info)

The genetic structure of a columnar cactus with a disjunct distribution: Stenocereus gummosus in the Sonoran desert. (5/76)

Stenocereus gummosus is a columnar cactus endemic to the Sonoran desert that exhibits a disjunct distribution: it is widely distributed in Baja California and restricted to a small coastal area in mainland Sonora. In this paper, we examine the genetic structure and the mating system of this species in order to explore the origin of the disjunction and describe aspects of the pollination biology. Flowers are nocturnal, pollinated mainly by sphingids and self-incompatible. Polymorphism for allozymes (11 loci) was relatively high (P=75%) but moderate levels of heterozygosity were detected (H(o)=0.103 and H(e)=0.261). Sonoran populations exhibited higher levels of genetic variation than peninsular populations. H(e) declined with latitude when just peninsular and two island populations are included. Substantial levels of inbreeding within populations (f=0.60), moderate differentiation among populations (theta=0.10), and no evidence of isolation by distance were detected. The neighbor-joining phenogram showed Sonoran and island populations nested within peninsular populations. Mainland populations showed greater genetic similarity to island populations, supporting a dispersal hypothesis for the origin of the disjunction. Future studies using DNA markers are suggested in order to better understand the forces that have shaped the genetic structure of this species.  (+info)

Effects of benomyl and drought on the mycorrhizal development and daily net CO2 uptake of a wild platyopuntia in a rocky semi-arid environment. (6/76)

The effects of drought and the fungicide benomyl on a wild platyopuntia, Opuntia robusta Wendl., growing in a rocky semi-arid environment were assessed. Cladode phosphorus content, cladode water potential and daily net CO2 uptake were measured monthly in 2000 and 2001 before, during and after the summer rainy period. During 2000, the formation of new roots and new cladodes was severely suppressed in response to a prolonged drought, impairing the development of the symbiotic relationship between the arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi and the roots. Hence no effect of benomyl application was observed on daily carbon assimilation by this Crassulacean acid metabolism plant. During 2001, drought was interrupted, and new cladodes and roots were formed in response to rainfall. Benomyl was highly effective in suppressing root colonization by AM-fungi; however, daily C assimilation was reduced by benomyl application only in October. Thus, the inhibition of AM-fungal colonization by benomyl did not affect photosynthesis, water uptake and P uptake under prolonged drought.  (+info)

Chromosome doubling in vine cacti hybrids. (7/76)

We performed reciprocal crosses between the tetraploid Selenicereus megalanthus and the diploid Hylocereus species, H. undatus and H. polyrhizus. S. megalanthus x H. undatus gave rise to viable hexaploids and 6x-aneuploid hybrids rather than to the expected triploids. No genuine hybrids were obtained in the reciprocal cross. The pollen diameter of the tetraploid S. megalanthus varied widely, indicating the occurrence of unreduced gametes, while that of H. undatus pollen was very uniform, indicating an extremely low frequency of unreduced gametes. This finding suggests that the hexaploids were formed by chromosome doubling after the formation of the hybrid triploid zygote rather than by fusion of unreduced gametes of the two species.  (+info)

Comparative molecular population genetics of the Xdh locus in the cactophilic sibling species Drosophila buzzatii and D. koepferae. (8/76)

The Xdh (rosy) gene is one of the best studied in the Drosophila genus from an evolutionary viewpoint. Here we analyze nucleotide variation in a 1875-bp fragment of the second exon of Xdh in Argentinian populations of the cactophilic D. buzzatii and its sibling D. koepferae. The major electrophoretic alleles of D. buzzatii not only lack diagnostic amino acids in the region studied but also differ on average from each other by four to 13 amino acid changes. Our data also suggest that D. buzzatii populations belonging to different phytogeographic regions are not genetically differentiated, whereas D. koepferae exhibits a significant pattern of population structure. The Xdh region studied is twice as polymorphic in D. buzzatii as in D. koepferae. Differences in historical population size or in recombinational environment between species could account for the differences in the level of nucleotide variation. In both species, the Xdh region exhibits a great number of singletons, which significantly departs from the frequency spectrum expected under neutrality for nonsynonymous sites and also for synonymous sites in D. buzzatii. These excesses of singletons could be the signature of a recent population expansion in D. buzzatii, whereas they may be simply explained as the result of negative selection in D. koepferae.  (+info)

Cactaceae is the scientific name for the family of plants that includes cacti. Cacti are a type of succulent plant that are adapted to arid environments, with features such as thick stems and the ability to store water. They are native to the Americas, ranging from Canada to Argentina, with the greatest diversity found in Mexico. Many cacti have spines or are covered in glochids, small hair-like structures that can be very sharp and barbed. Cacti come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and colors, and some species produce flowers and fruit. Some common examples of cacti include the saguaro, prickly pear, and santa rita.

"Opuntia" is a botanical term and does not have a medical definition per se. However, it is a genus of cacti commonly known as prickly pear or paddle cactus. Some species of Opuntia are used in traditional herbal medicine for various purposes, such as treating wounds, skin conditions, and digestive issues. The fruit and pads of some Opuntia species are also consumed as food.

In a medical context, an individual may have an allergic reaction or other adverse effects after coming into contact with or consuming Opuntia, but this would not be described as a "medical definition" of the term.

In the context of medical terminology, "germination" is not typically used as a term to describe a physiological process in humans or animals. It is primarily used in the field of botany to refer to the process by which a seed or spore sprouts and begins to grow into a new plant.

However, if you are referring to the concept of germination in the context of bacterial or viral growth, then it could be defined as:

The process by which bacteria, viruses, or other microorganisms become active and start to multiply, often after a period of dormancy or latency. This can occur when the microorganisms encounter favorable conditions, such as moisture, warmth, or nutrients, that allow them to grow and reproduce. In medical contexts, this term is more commonly used in relation to infectious diseases caused by these microorganisms.

In medical terms, "seeds" are often referred to as a small amount of a substance, such as a radioactive material or drug, that is inserted into a tissue or placed inside a capsule for the purpose of treating a medical condition. This can include procedures like brachytherapy, where seeds containing radioactive materials are used in the treatment of cancer to kill cancer cells and shrink tumors. Similarly, in some forms of drug delivery, seeds containing medication can be used to gradually release the drug into the body over an extended period of time.

It's important to note that "seeds" have different meanings and applications depending on the medical context. In other cases, "seeds" may simply refer to small particles or structures found in the body, such as those present in the eye's retina.

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Family: Cactaceae Juss.. *Country of Origin: Baja California *USDA Zone: 9-10 Accession Data:. *Accession # 199200504 *Source: ... Family: Cactaceae *SubFamily: Cactoideae *Tribe: Phyllocacteae *SubTribe: Echinocereinae References (internal):. *EEB ... Current Accessions in the Cactaceae. Subfamily Cactoideae Tribe Cacteae *Ariocarpus fissuratus. *Astrophytum capricorne * ...
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Family: Cactaceae Juss.. *Country of Origin: Mexico - Baja California Sur *Description: Shrubby, trailing gray woody stems, 6.5 ... Family: Cactaceae *SubFamily: Opuntioideae *Tribe: Cylindropuntieae *SubTribe: References (internal):. *EEB Greenhouse Holdings ... Current Accessions in the Cactaceae. Subfamily Cactoideae Tribe Cacteae *Ariocarpus fissuratus. *Astrophytum myriostigma. * ...
Family: Cactaceae Juss.. *Country of Origin: W. Mexico Accession Data:. *Accession # 198502093 *Source: Unknown *Accession Date ... Family: Cactaceae *SubFamily: Cactoideae *Tribe: Cereeae *SubTribe: Cereinae Flowering Data:. This accession has been observed ... Current Accessions in the Cactaceae. Subfamily Cactoideae Tribe Cacteae *Ariocarpus fissuratus. *Astrophytum myriostigma. * ...
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Scheda informativa e raccolta fotografica della pianta grassa Mammillaria swinglei per la sezione Cactaceae. ... Pubblicazione Cactaceae (Britton & Rose). Autore Britton & Rose. Anno 1923 [24 Dec 1923]. Collazione 4: 158. Pagina 158 ...
Scheda informativa e raccolta fotografica della pianta grassa Mammillaria denudata per la sezione Cactaceae. ...
*MULTIPLE PLANTS AVAILABLE. YOU WILL RECEIVE A SIMILAR PLANT IN SIZE AND AGE AS THE ONE SHOWN* Uebelmannia pectinifera grows in the ecological niche of Minas Gerais, Brazil, a botanically rich but poorly understood desert region currently under threat due to growing agricultural practices. Uebelmannia pectinifera has
Mamillopsis Britton & Rose, Cactaceae 4: 19. 1923 syn. sec. Hunt 2016. *Type: Mamillopsis senilis (Lodd. ex Salm-Dyck) F.A.C. ... Phellosperma Britton & Rose, Cactaceae 4: 60. 1923 syn. sec. Hunt 2016. *Type: Phellosperma tetrancistra (Engelm.) Britton & ... The Mammillaria assemblage therefore remains one of the Cactaceae groups that need further detailed study. Some nodes were so ... Phylogenetics: Mammillaria is the largest genus within Cactaceae, and numerous suggestions for infrageneric entities have been ...
Category: Cactaceae member. /*Species- Seed plants (families) / A---L (families) / C / Cactaceae / Cactaceae member / ... Cactaceae member- Jaisalmer, Rajasthan cactus (4) FOR ID :: Jurassic Cactus Park, Jaisalmer :: 27 OCT 18 : 11 posts by 4 ... Cactaceae member- Flower Show, Mumbai Euphorbiaceae Fortnight : Euphorbia For ID : Flower Show,Mumbai : 061113 : AK-3 : ... l/c/cactaceae Could not find a match as per comparative […] ...
Neomammillaria cowperae (Shurly) Y.Itô, Cactaceae: 596. 1981 syn. sec. Hunt 2016 ...
The Cactaceae. 4 vols. Carnegie Inst. Wash. Pub!. 248. REFERENCES: Pinkava, Donald J. 1995. Cactaceae. J. Ariz. - Nev. Acad. ... O The Cactaceae had a New World origin. Only Rhipsalis, a tropical, epiphytic mistletoe cactus with seeds dispersed by birds ... Similarly, flowers of Cactaceae range from the simple, radially symmetric, bee-pollinated flowers of most cacti to the ... The Cactaceae maintain an unusually complete representation of their phylogenetic history. Subfamily Pereskioideae, with the ...
  • The Cactaceae is a monograph on plants of the cactus family written by the American botanists Nathaniel Lord Britton and Joseph Nelson Rose and published in multiple volumes between 1919 and 1923. (wikipedia.org)
  • Though it was considered definitive in its own day, the taxonomy of Cactaceae has remained problematic, due in part to difficulties in preserving type specimens of cactus. (wikipedia.org)
  • Together, Britton and Rose published many articles on the stonecrop family (Crassulaceae) before embarking in 1904 on research leading towards The Cactaceae. (wikipedia.org)
  • Britton and Rose published The Cactaceae in four volumes through the Carnegie Institution between 1919 and 1923. (wikipedia.org)
  • Neomammillaria Britton & Rose , Cactaceae 4: 65. (caryophyllales.org)
  • Britton & Rose , Cactaceae 4: 61. (caryophyllales.org)
  • Bartschella Britton & Rose , Cactaceae 4: 57. (caryophyllales.org)
  • Mamillopsis Britton & Rose , Cactaceae 4: 19. (caryophyllales.org)
  • Phellosperma Britton & Rose , Cactaceae 4: 60. (caryophyllales.org)
  • Solisia Britton & Rose , Cactaceae 4: 64. (caryophyllales.org)
  • Joseph Nelson Rose was an authority on several plant families, including parsley (Apiaceae) and cacti (Cactaceae). (wikipedia.org)
  • Similarly, flowers of Cactaceae range from the simple, radially symmetric, bee-pollinated flowers of most cacti to the elaborate, bilaterally symmetric, hummingbird-pollinated flowers of, e.g. (asu.edu)
  • Cactaceae A.L. de Jussieu. (unc.edu)
  • One contemporary reviewer called The Cactaceae "the most sumptuous botanical publication" since William Rickatson Dykes' 1913 book The Genus Iris. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Cactaceae had a New World origin. (efloras.org)
  • O The Cactaceae had a New World origin. (asu.edu)
  • Pereskia aculeata Miller, a member of the Cactaceae family, is a plant with pharmacological potential due to its containing compounds with various biological activities, which include anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer and analgesic activities. (bvsalud.org)
  • 16. Diversity and antifungal activity of the endophytic fungi associated with the native medicinal cactus Opuntia humifusa (Cactaceae) from the United States. (nih.gov)
  • Novel circular DNA virus identified in Opuntia discolor ( Cactaceae ) that codes for proteins with similarity to those of geminiviruses. (bvsalud.org)
  • Trichocereus (Cactaceae: Cactoideae: Trichocereeae) is a South American genus primarily inhabiting arid and semiarid areas in the Andean region of Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile and Argentina. (bioone.org)
  • One contemporary reviewer called The Cactaceae "the most sumptuous botanical publication" since William Rickatson Dykes' 1913 book The Genus Iris. (wikipedia.org)
  • Citation: Cruz M. Á, Arias S. & Terrazas T. 2016: Molecular phylogeny and taxonomy of the genus Disocactus (Cactaceae), based on the DNA sequences of six chloroplast markers. (researchgate.net)
  • A black-and-white reprint of the second (1937) edition of The Cactaceae was published by Dover Publications in 1963. (wikipedia.org)
  • Cactaceae comprise a diverse and iconic group of flowering plants which are almost exclusively indigenous to the New World. (nih.gov)
  • The sequences for the species of the genera Acanthocereus, Disocactus, Epiphyllum, Pseudorhipsalis, Strophocactus, Bergerocactus, Cephalocereus, Deamia, and Marshallocereus were obtained from the database of the Laboratory of Systematics of Cactaceae from the Botanical Garden/Institute of Biology, UNAM (Arias et al. (researchgate.net)
  • It will be the first plant genome sequenced in Cactaceae. (experiment.com)
  • The great majority of color plates in the four volumes of The Cactaceae are by Eaton, with a handful by other artists such as Deborah Griscom Passmore, Helen Adelaide Wood, and Kako Morita. (wikipedia.org)