The stonecrop plant family of the order ROSALES, subclass Rosidae, class Magnoliopsida that grow in warm, dry regions. The leaves are thick. The flower clusters are red, yellow, or white.
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 CRASSULACEAE. Members contain rhodioloside. This roseroot is unrelated to the familiar rose (ROSA). Some species in this genus are called stonecrop which is also a common name for SEDUM.
Thirteen-carbon butene cyclohexene degradation products formed by the cleavage of CAROTENOIDS. They contribute to the flavor of some FRUIT. Ionone should not be confused with the similarly named ionol.
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A plant genus of the family CRASSULACEAE. Some species in this genus are called stonecrop which is also a common name for RHODIOLA.
The reproductive organs of plants.
A cluster of FLOWERS (as opposed to a solitary flower) arranged on a main stem of a plant.
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)
Sugar-rich liquid produced in plant glands called nectaries. It is either produced in flowers or other plant structures, providing a source of attraction for pollinating insects and animals, as well as being a nutrient source to animal mutualists which provide protection of plants against herbivores.
Remains, impressions, or traces of animals or plants of past geological times which have been preserved in the earth's crust.
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The buttercup plant family of the order Ranunculales, subclass Magnoliidae, class Magnoliopsida. The leaves are usually alternate and stalkless. The flowers usually have two to five free sepals and may be radially symmetrical or irregular.
A plant genus of the family CRASSULACEAE. Members contain bryophyllins (also called bryotoxins) which are bufadienolides (BUFANOLIDES) that have insecticidal activity.
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.
A plant genus of the family CAPPARACEAE that contains cleogynol and 15alpha-acetoxycleomblynol (dammaranes) and 1-epibrachyacarpone (a triterpene), and ISOTHIOCYANATES.
A method for the detection of very small quantities of antibody in which the antigen-antibody-complement complex adheres to indicator cells, usually primate erythrocytes or nonprimate blood platelets. The reaction is dependent on the number of bound C3 molecules on the C3b receptor sites of the indicator cell.
A genus of primitive plants in the family Cyanophoraceae, class GLAUCOPHYTA. They contain pigmented ORGANELLES (or PLASTIDS) called cyanelles, which have characteristics of both CYANOBACTERIA and CHLOROPLASTS.

Effect of different gravity environments on DNA fragmentation and cell death in Kalanchoe leaves. (1/28)

Different gravity environments have been shown to significantly affect leaf-plantlet formation and asexual reproduction in Kalanchoe daigremontiana Ham. and Perr. In the present work, we investigated the effect of gravity at tissue and cell levels. Leaves and leaf-plantlets were cultured for different periods of time (min to 15 d) in different levels of gravity stimulation: simulated hypogravity (1 rpm clinostats; 2 x 10(-4) g), 1 g (control) and hypergravity (centrifugation; 20 and 150 g). Both simulated hypogravity and hypergravity affected cell death (apoptosis) in this species, and variations in the number of cells showing DNA fragmentation directly correlated with nitric oxide (NO) formation. Apoptosis in leaves was more common as gravity increased. Apoptotic cells were localized in the epidermis, mainly guard cells, in leaf parenchyma, and in tracheary elements undergoing terminal differentiation. Exposures to acute hypergravity (up to 60 min) showed that chloroplast DNA fragmentation occurred prior to nuclear DNA fragmentation, marginalization of chromatin, nuclear condensation, and nuclear blebbing. Addition of sodium nitroprusside (NO donor) mimicked centrifugation. NO and DNA fragmentation decreased with N(G)-monomethyl-L-arginine (NO-synthase inhibitor). The variations in NO levels, nucleoid DNA fragmentation, and cell death show how chloroplasts, cells and leaves may respond (and adapt) to gravity changes.  (+info)

A comparative study on diurnal changes in metabolite levels in the leaves of three crassulacean acid metabolism (CAM) species, Ananas comosus, Kalanchoe daigremontiana and K. pinnata. (2/28)

A comparative study on diurnal changes in metabolite levels associated with crassulacean acid metabolism (CAM) in the leaves of three CAM species, Ananas comosus (pineapple), a hexose-utilizing species, and Kalanchoe daigremontiana and K. pinnata, two starch-utilizing species, were made. All three CAM species showed a typical feature of CAM with nocturnal malate increase. In the two Kalanchoe species, isocitrate levels were higher than citrate levels; the reverse was the case in pineapple. In the two Kalanchoe species, a small nocturnal citrate increase was found and K. daigremontiana showed a small nocturnal isocitrate increase. Glucose 6-phosphate (G-6-P), fructose 6-phosphate (F-6-P) and glucose 1-phosphate (G-1-P) levels in the three CAM species rose rapidly during the first part of the dark period and decreased during the latter part of the dark period. The levels of the metabolites also decreased during the first 3 h of the light period, then, remained little changed through the rest of the light period. Absolute levels of G-6-P, F-6-P and G-1-P were higher in pineapple than in the two Kalanchoe species. Fructose 1,6-bisphosphate (F-1,6-P(2)) levels in the three CAM species increased during the dark period, then dramatically decreased during the first 3 h of the light period and remained unchanged through the rest of the light period. The extent of nocturnal F-1,6-P(2) increase was far greater in the two Kalanchoe species than in pineapple. Absolute levels of F-1,6-P(2) were higher in the two Kalanchoe species than in pineapple, especially during dark period. Diurnal changes in oxaloacetate (OAA), pyruvate (Pyr) and phosphoenolpyruvate (PEP) levels in the three CAM species were similar.  (+info)

Three-dimensional map of a plant V-ATPase based on electron microscopy. (3/28)

V-ATPases pump protons into the interior of various subcellular compartments at the expense of ATP. Previous studies have shown that these pumps comprise a membrane-integrated, proton-translocating (V(0)), and a soluble catalytic (V(1)) subcomplex connected to one another by a thin stalk region. We present two three-dimensional maps derived from electron microscopic images of the complete V-ATPase complex from the plant Kalanchoe daigremontiana at a resolution of 2.2 nm. In the presence of a non-hydrolyzable ATP analogue, the details of the stalk region between V(0) and V(1) were revealed for the first time in their three-dimensional organization. A central stalk was surrounded by three peripheral stalks of different sizes and shapes. In the absence of the ATP analogue, the tilt of V(0) changed with respect to V(1), and the stalk region was less clearly defined, perhaps due to increased flexibility and partial detachment of some of the peripheral stalks. These structural changes corresponded to decreased stability of the complex and might be the initial step in a controlled disassembly.  (+info)

Crassulacean acid metabolism: plastic, fantastic. (4/28)

The occurrence, activity and plasticity of the CAM pathway is described from an introductory viewpoint, framed by the use of the four "Phases" of CAM as comparative indicators of the interplay between environmental constraints and internal molecular and biochemical regulation. Having described a number of "rules" which seem to govern the CAM cycle and apply uniformly to most species, a number of key regulatory points can then be identified. These include temporal separation of carboxylases, based on the circadian expression of key genes and their control by metabolites. The role of a circadian oscillator and interplay between tonoplast and nuclear control are central to maintaining the CAM cycle. Control of reserve carbohydrates is often neglected, but the importance of daily partitioning (for growth and the subsequent night-time CAM activity) and use at night is shown to drive the CAM cycle. Finally, it is shown that the genotypic and phenotypic plasticity in patterns of CAM expression is mediated partly by environmental conditions and molecular signalling, but also by diffusive constraints in succulent tissues. A transformation system is now required to allow these key areas of control to be elucidated.  (+info)

High light-induced switch from C(3)-photosynthesis to Crassulacean acid metabolism is mediated by UV-A/blue light. (5/28)

The high light-induced switch in Clusia minor from C(3)-photosynthesis to Crassulacean acid metabolism (CAM) is fast (within a few days) and reversible. Although this C(3)/CAM transition has been studied intensively, the nature of the photoreceptor at the beginning of the CAM-induction signal chain is still unknown. Using optical filters that only transmit selected wavelengths, the CAM light induction of single leaves was tested. As controls the opposite leaf of the same leaf pair was studied in which CAM was induced by high unfiltered radiation (c. 2100 micromol m(-2) s(-1)). To evaluate the C(3)-photosynthesis/CAM transition, nocturnal CO(2) uptake, daytime stomatal closure and organic acid levels were monitored. Light at wavelengths longer than 530 nm was not effective for the induction of the C(3)/CAM switch in C. minor. In this case CAM was present in the control leaf while the opposite leaf continued performing C(3)-photosynthesis, indicating that CAM induction triggered by high light conditions is wavelength-dependent and a leaf internal process. Leaves subjected to wavelengths in the range of 345-530 nm performed nocturnal CO(2) uptake, (partial) stomatal closure during the day (CAM-phase III), and decarboxylation of citric acid within the first 2 d after the switch to high light conditions. Based on these experiments and evidence from the literature, it is suggested that a UV-A/blue light receptor mediates the light-induced C(3)-photosynthesis/CAM switch in C. minor.  (+info)

CO(2)-concentrating: consequences in crassulacean acid metabolism. (6/28)

The consequences of CO(2)-concentrating in leaf air-spaces of CAM plants during daytime organic acid decarboxylation in Phase III of CAM (crassulacean acid metabolism) are explored. There are mechanistic consequences of internal CO(2) partial pressures, p(i)(CO(2)). These are (i) effects on stomata, i.e. high p(i)(CO(2)) eliciting stomatal closure in Phase III, (ii) regulation of malic acid remobilization from the vacuole, malate decarboxylation and refixation of CO(2) via Rubisco (ribulose bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase), and (iii) internal signalling functions during the transitions between Phases II and III and III and IV, respectively, in the natural day/night cycle and in synchronizing the circadian clocks of individual leaf cells or leaf patches in the free-running endogenous rhythmicity of CAM. There are ecophysiological consequences. Obvious beneficial ecophysiological consequences are (i) CO(2)-acquisition, (ii) increased water-use- efficiency, (iii) suppressed photorespiration, and (iv) reduced oxidative stress by over-energization of the photosynthetic apparatus. However, the general potency of these beneficial effects may be questioned. There are also adverse ecophysiological consequences. These are (i) energetics, (ii) pH effects and (iii) Phase III oxidative stress. A major consequence of CO(2)-concentrating in Phase III is O(2)-concentrating, increased p(i)(CO(2)) is accompanied by increased p(i)(O(2)). Do reversible shifts of C(3)/CAM-intermediate plants between the C(3)-CAM-C(3) modes of photosynthesis indicate that C(3)-photosynthesis provides better protection from irradiance stress? There are many open questions and CAM remains a curiosity.  (+info)

Movement of water from old to young leaves in three species of succulents. (7/28)

A hypothetical adaptive response of succulent plants to drought-stress is the redistribution of water from old to young leaves. We examined the effects of possible movement of water from old to young leaves in three succulent species, Carpobrotus edulis (weak CAM-inducible), Kalanchoe tubiflora (CAM) and Sedum spectabile (possibly a CAM-cycler or CAM-inducible). Old leaves were removed from plants, and photosynthesis, transpiration, f. wt : d. wt ratios, diurnal acid fluctuations, stomatal conductance and internal CO2 concentrations of the remaining young leaves were measured during drought-stress. Comparison was made with plants retaining old leaves. There was no evidence that water moved from old to young leaves during drought-stress as previously hypothesized. Only in drought-stressed plants of K. tubiflora, were photosynthetic and transpiration rates of young leaves greater on shoots with old leaves removed compared with attached. There was a trend in all species for greater fluctuations in acidity in young leaves on shoots that lacked older leaves. For two of the three species studied, the f. wt : d. wt ratios of young leaves were greater under drought-stress, on shoots with old leaves removed than with them attached. Absence of old leaves may reduce competition for water with young leaves, which consequently have higher water content and greater photosynthetic rates.  (+info)

Metabolic alterations of toxic and nonessential elements by the treatment of Sempervivum tectorum extract in a hyperlipidemic rat model. (8/28)

A hyperlipidemic rat model was used to examine the therapeutic effect of Sempervivum tectorum plant extract on the metabolic alterations of Al, As, B, Ba, Cd, Hg, Ni, Pb, and Ti in the liver and bile. Hyperlipidemia was produced by lipogenic diet and alcohol and verified by morphological investigation of the liver with the aid of light and an electron microscope. Element concentration in the liver and bile were determined by inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometry (ICP-OES). The concentration values in the liver higher than the detection limit (Al, Ba, Ni, Ti) were unambiguous. Significant differences were found for the four groups at p < 0.05 level (ANOVA). A significant difference was observed between Al and B concentration in the bile fluids of the 4 groups (p < 0.05). The excretion of Al and Ti into the bile fluid increased significantly (p < 0.05). Following the administration of S. tectorum extract to rats with hyperlipidemia, the excretion of Al, B and Ba increased, whereas the excretion of Ti decreased significantly (p < 0.05). The favorable action of the extract (protecting the liver in hyperlipidemic rats) was verified by morphological studies, and its detoxicating property was shown by the elimination of Al, Ba, Ni, and Ti from the liver.  (+info)

Sempervivum tectorum is used for curing any type of mouth related wounds. Besides it, this medicine is also used for curing breast cancer, piles and other diseases.
Sempervivum closeup , succulent plan macro Sempervivum is a genus of about 40 species of flowering plants in the Crassulaceae family, commonly known as houseleeks. Other common names include liveforever (the source of the taxonomical designation Sempervivum, literally always/forever alive) and hen and c
The present volume covering the Crassulaceae marks the completion of the successful handbook series that presents a complete coverage of the so-called other succulents, i.e. of all taxa of suc- culent plants with the exception of the Cactaceae. It is with pride that this volume is now put before
Annual, biennial, or perennial herbs or shrubs [rarely scandent], succulent. Stems mostly alike and all potentially flowering, (flowering stems annual, axillary, overtopping primary stem). Leaves usually persistent, sometimes deciduous or caducous, cauline or sometimes in dense basal rosettes, alternate, opposite, or whorled, simple (pinnate in Bryophyllum), (heteromorphic in Dudleya, Echeveria, Graptopetalum); stipules absent; petiole usually absent; blade margins usually entire, sometimes toothed or lobed. Inflorescences terminal or axillary, spikes, thyrses, or mostly cymes, branches commonly cincinni (scorpioid cymes) and at first commonly coiled, or rarely flowers solitary. Flowers bisexual (sometimes unisexual in Rhodiola), radially symmetric (except sometimes calyx); perianth and androecium hypogynous or weakly perigynous; hypanthium present; sepals (3-)4-5(-12)[-30+], distinct or connate basally (or into tube); petals (3-)4-5(-12)[-30+], distinct or connate basally or sometimes into ...
Annual, biennial, or perennial herbs or shrubs [rarely scandent], succulent. Stems mostly alike and all potentially flowering, (flowering stems annual, axillary, overtopping primary stem). Leaves usually persistent, sometimes deciduous or caducous, cauline or sometimes in dense basal rosettes, alternate, opposite, or whorled, simple (pinnate in Bryophyllum), (heteromorphic in Dudleya, Echeveria, Graptopetalum); stipules absent; petiole usually absent; blade margins usually entire, sometimes toothed or lobed. Inflorescences terminal or axillary, spikes, thyrses, or mostly cymes, branches commonly cincinni (scorpioid cymes) and at first commonly coiled, or rarely flowers solitary. Flowers bisexual (sometimes unisexual in Rhodiola), radially symmetric (except sometimes calyx); perianth and androecium hypogynous or weakly perigynous; hypanthium present; sepals (3-)4-5(-12)[-30+], distinct or connate basally (or into tube); petals (3-)4-5(-12)[-30+], distinct or connate basally or sometimes into ...
Abstract:. Bryophyllum pinnatum is a perennial herb used in traditional medicine against varieties of ailments such as memory disorder. This study quantitatively estimated the total phenolic (TPC), total flavonoid (TFC) and total proautocyanidin (TPA) contents of extract and fractions of B. pinnatum and correlated them with its antioxidant and anticholinesterase activities. Methanolic extract of the dried leaves was partitioned into n-hexane, ethyl acetate and aqueous fractions. Total phenolic, flavonoids and proanthocyanidins content were estimated as gallic acid or quercetin equivalents. DPPH and nitric oxide scavenging activity as well as ferric reducing power assays were used to evaluate antioxidant activity, using 2,6-di-tert-butyl- 4-methylphenol (DDM) and ascorbic acid as standards. In vitro anticholinesterase activity was evaluated by Ellmanns colorimetry assay with phsiostigmine (serine) and donepezil as positive control. The crude methanol extract had the highest phenolic, flavonoid ...
Crassula columnaris (Koesnaatjie) flowering in habitat (Anysberg, Little Karoo, Western Cape, South Africa, September 2006). Martin - Administrator of: |a href=http://www.flickr.com/groups/stapeliads/|Stapeliad & Asclepiad Group|/a| |a href=http://www.flickr.com/groups/beautiful_nature/|All things beautiful in Nature Group|/a| |a href=http://www.flickr.com/groups/succulent_treasures/|Succulent Treasures of the Desert Group|/a| |a href=http://www.flickr.com/groups/world_up_close_nature_macro/|The World Up-Close (Nature Macro) Group|/a|
TEE 1 Bare Root Mature Succulent Plant Graptopetalum Pentandrum - RK49 by TEE at Bayfield Farms. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. You will receive 1 well-established, mature, rooted plant, from a 6 inch pot, sent bareroot and packaged with great care.. The succulent plant Graptopetalum Pentandrum is native to Mexico. It is a beautiful plant made up of lavender rosettes. It offsets very quickly and makes a terrific ground cover. Its lush growth and lavender color add a great s
Albert Berger is a film producer of such films as King of the Hill, Election, Cold Mountain, Little Children, Little Miss Sunshine, Ruby Sparks, and Nebraska. He is also a co-executive producer on the HBO series The Leftovers. Berger and fellow producer Ron Yerxa founded the production company, Bona Fide Productions, and the two producers were nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture for the 2013 film Nebraska. Berger graduated from Tufts University in 1979 before attending the MFA program in film at the Columbia University School of the Arts. Ryzik, Melena (January 20, 2014). Casting Nebraska Via Radio and Other Producing Secrets. Albert Berger. The New York Times. Albert Berger. Variety. Ron Yerxa. Variety. OSCARS: Producers Albert Berger & Ron Yerxa Talk Nebraska And Re-Teaming With Alexander Payne. Deadline.com. November 17, 2013. Albert Berger , Columbia University School of the Arts Albert Berger on ...
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Sempervivum Gypsy. Drought Tolerant Plants. Close up view. Green leaves on blurred ground background.. Photo about background, appletini, close, gypsy, succulents, xerophyte - 125697148
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Native: indigenous.. Non-native: introduced (intentionally or unintentionally); has become naturalized.. County documented: documented to exist in the county by evidence (herbarium specimen, photograph). Also covers those considered historical (not seen in 20 years). State documented: documented to exist in the state, but not documented to a county within the state. Also covers those considered historical (not seen in 20 years).. Note: when native and non-native populations both exist in a county, only native status is shown on the map.. ...
Berger, A., Salhi, S., Payares-Lizano, M. (2018). Surgical Management of Spasticity of the Elbow. Hand Clinics, 34(4), 503-510. View in Pubmed Berger, A.J., Meals, R.A. (2016). In Reply. The Journal of Hand Surgery, 41(3), 488-489. View in Pubmed Kaveh, A.H , Nicole M Seminara, N.M., ..., Berger, A.J., et al (2016). Aberrant Lymphatic Drainage and Risk for Melanoma Recurrence After Negative Sentinel Node Biopsy in Middle-Aged and Older Men. Head & neck , 38(Suppl 1), E754-760. View in Pubmed Berger, A.J., Meals, R.A. (2015). Management of osteoarthrosis of the thumb joints. The Journal of Hand Surgery, 40(4), 843-850. View in Pubmed Berger, A.J., Meals, R.A. (2015). In Reply. The Journal of Hand Surgery, 40(7), 1506. View in Pubmed Ladd, A.L., Messana, J.M. , Berger, A.J., et al (2015). Correlation of Clinical Disease Severity to Radiographic Thumb Osteoarthritis Index. The Journal of hand surgery , 40(3), 472-482. View in Pubmed Berger, A.J., Momeni, A., Ladd, A.L. (2014 ). Intra- And ...
Annual, biennial or perennial herbs, rarely undershrubs or shrubs, usually succulent, sometimes woody at base. Leaves alternate, opposite or verticillate, usually simple, sometimes compound, exstipulate, often thick and fleshy, sometimes forming a basal rosette. Flowers actinomorphic, (3-)4-5(-32)-merous, usually bisexual, in axillary or terminal cymes, often grouped in corymb- or panicle-like inflorescences, less often in racemes or spike or solitary in the leaf axil. Sepals free or united. Petals free or united, sometimes forming a tubular corolla. Stamens as many or twice as many as the petals, filaments free or more or less adnate to the corolla; anthers 2-celled, usually basifixed, introrse, dehiscing longitudinally. Carpels superior or semi-inferior, equal in number to the petals, free or united at the base. Nectar scales usually present, small, applied to the base of the outer face of the carpels. Fruit a follicle. Seeds few-numerous, very small with smooth, rugose or tuberculate tegument ...
This perspective paper explores the utilization of abiotic stress-responsive transcription factors (TFs) from crassulacean acid metabolism (CAM) plants to improve abiotic stress tolerance in crop plants. CAM is a specialized type of photosynthetic adaptation that enhances water-use efficiency (WUE) by shifting CO2 uptake to all or part of the nighttime when evaporative water losses are minimal. Recent studies have shown that TF-based genetic engineering could be a useful approach for improving plant abiotic stress tolerance because of the role of TFs as master regulators of clusters of stress-responsive genes. Here, we explore the use of abiotic stress-responsive TFs from CAM plants to improve abiotic stress tolerance and WUE in crops by controlling the expression of gene cohorts that mediate drought-responsive adaptations. Recent research has revealed several TF families including AP2/ERF, MYB, WRKY, NAC, NF-Y, and bZIP that might regulate water-deficit stress responses and CAM in the inducible ...
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In his revision of the genus Crassula (see yesterdays post), Toelken makes the following remark with regard to the 2 subspecies: …it is significant that each one can be identified without hesitation. No plants with intermediate characters have been recorded... To my mind, there is little doubt that the next picture shows ssp. congesta.. ...
Graptopetalum rusbyi (San Francisco River Leatherpetal) is a small, perennial succulent with several stemless or short-stemmed rosettes up...
Cotyledon orbiculata Silver Peak You will notice that many of our Succulent varieties come from the Crassulaceae Family of plants originating in Africa. &nbs
Looking for Sedoheptulose? Find out information about Sedoheptulose. A seven-carbon ketose sugar widely distributed in plants of the Crassulaceae family; a significant intermediary compound in the cyclic regeneration... Explanation of Sedoheptulose
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Seeds: Extremely small, weighting bout 0,01 mg. These small seeds (also known as dust diaspores) can be blown about like dust particles without any special devices for buoyancy. In this species, enormous numbers of seeds are produced at the cost of fewer, larger sized seeds . Because this plant occur abundantly in the arid areas and has specific habitat requirements, the production of increased numbers of seeds is essential to enhance the probability that at least some seeds will reach a favourable germination site. Except for their small size, these diaspores generally lack other appendages to further promote dispersal by wind. Several genera of the Crassulaceae, e.g. Crassula, Tylecodon and Cotyledon, occouring in the arid areas of southern Africa have very tiny dust-like seeds. The production of numerous dust-like seeds by desert species serves as an escape strategy to prevent mass consumption of seeds. These tiny seeds are carried by the wind to cracks and furrows in the soil and are then ...
Part of the Rosette-forming Crassulaceae Project Kingdom Plantae Phylum Magnoliophyta Class Magnoliopsida (Dicotyledon|Dicotyledons) Sub-Class Rosidae O...
The genus Crassula is comprised of hundreds of species and garden cultivars. Most varieties that we see circulating around nurseries are endemic to the Eastern Cape of South Africa. They range from diminutive dwarf plants that barely surpass an inch in height like Crassula susannae, to larger shrubs, like the familiar jade plant, Crassula ovata. ...
Physiological adaptation of certain succulent plants, in which CO2 can be fixed (non photosynthetically) at night into malic and other acids. During the day the CO2 is regenerated and then fixed photosynthetically into the Calvin Benson cycle.…
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Introduction. Poisoning of livestock by cardiac glycoside-containing plants has the greatest economic impact of all plant-associated poisonings in the Republic of South Africa. Collectively, they are held responsible for 33% of all mortalities from plant poisonings of cattle and 10% of those in small stock (Kellerman, Naudé & Fourie 1996).. Chemically, two major groups of cardiac glycosides, namely the cardenolides and bufadienolides, are recognised (Steyn & Van Heerden 1998). Poisoning of livestock by bufadienolide-containing plants, which surpasses cardenolide-induced poisonings in importance, may either be acute or chronic. Tulp poisoning (induced by various Moraea species) and slangkop poisoning (caused by various Drimia species) induce only acute intoxication, as these species contain non-cumulative bufadienolides (Kellerman et al. 2005). On the other hand, members of three genera of the Crassulaceae (Cotyledon, Tylecodon and Kalanchoe), generally referred to as plakkies, may cause either ...
The neocon choice for chief teleprompter reader, Mitt Romney, has opted out of talking with Iran, Mr. Berger reminds us. He embraced the neocon cause. President Romney would have us on the precipice of war - sooner rather than later, writes Berger for Foreign Policy, the globalist magazine started by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Romney agrees with Netanyahu - the time for talking is over. Negotiations have failed. We need to get tougher on Iran. However, if Obama takes the November dog and pony show, war will come anyway. And if war becomes our only choice, the world will see that we truly have exhausted all other avenues, that it is the last alternative and that we do not take lightly the prospect of introducing another American-led bombing campaign into a Middle East already in turmoil, Berger writes. Martin Indyk has said as much. Im afraid that 2013 is going to be a year in which were going to have a military confrontation with Iran, he told CBS over the ...
In addition with its adaptation of reducing the water loss, having succulent water-storing stems, leaves and swollen roots that give it the ability to survive droughts, Crassula ovata can also survive being grazed, trodden on or knocked over, as it is able to root from any piece of stem or even from a single leaf.. Description: Crassula ovata is a large well-branched, compact, rounded, evergreen shrub 1-3m (3-10 feet) tall with glossy, dark grey-green, oval, succulent leaves and rounded heads of pink flowers in winter-spring. The stem is stout and gnarled and gives the impression of great age and its branches are also short and stubby, but well-proportioned. Branches are succulent, grey-green in colour and in older specimens the bark peels in horizontal brownish strips. Trunks to 15cm (6 inch) in diameter can develop on older plants.. The leaves are 3-9cm (1-3.5 inch) long and 2-4cm (0.8-1.5 inch) wide, egg-shaped to elliptic, often with a red margin and a somewhat pointed end. They are in ...
In this concluding chapter, we review some of the major findings discussed in this book and their implications for our understanding of the CAM pathway. In particular, we highlight areas of...
Berger, A., and Loutre, M.F., 1991. Insolation values for the climate of the last 10 million years. Quat. Sci. Rev., 10:297-317. Berger, W.H., and Wefer, G., 1996. Expeditions into the past: paleoceanographic studies in the South Atlantic. In Wefer, G., Berger, W.H., Siedler, G., Webb, D.J. (Eds.), The South Atlantic: Present and Past Circulation: Berlin (Springer-Verlag), 363-410. Berger, W.H., Wefer, G., Richter, C., Lange, C.B., Giraudeau, J., Hermelin, O., and Shipboard Scientific Party, 1998a. The Angola-Benguela upwelling system: paleoceanographic synthesis of shipboard results from Leg 175. In Wefer, G., Berger, W.H., and Richter, C., et al., Proc. ODP, Init. Repts., 175: College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 505-531. [PDF version] Berger, W.H., Wefer, G., Richter, C., and Shipboard Scientific Party, 1998b. Color cycles in Quaternary sediments from the Congo Fan region (Site 1075): a statistical analysis. In Wefer, G., Berger, W.H., and Richter, C., et al., Proc. ODP, Init. ...
Succulent plants are fleshy plants that store water in their tissue. This process of water storage allows the plants to thrive in dry, drought conditions. There are more than 50 succulent botanical families and include leaf succulents, stem succulents, and root succulents. Though many of these plants are quite easily ...
The definition of a succulent is: a plant adapted to arid conditions and characterized by fleshy water-storing tissues that act as water reservoirs. Succulents are plants with thick, fleshy leaves, as well as cacti.. Succulents are grown for their unique, interesting shapes, stunning flowers and resilience.. Give these plants a sunny window with direct sunlight, the appropriate amount of moisture, some fertilizer and they will grow.. The most important thing to remember when caring for cacti or succulents is that many varieties have a long dormancy period from October to March. During dormancy, it is sufficient to water every six to eight weeks. Watering more often will leave the soil wet, which can cause the plant to rot.. Come March, inside succulents begin to break their long dormancy and again require regular water and fertilizer. At this time of year, the plants are still growing slowly so one application of water and fertilizer once a month is usually sufficient.. Once new growth begins to ...
How to Transplant a Jade Plant. Jade plants (Crassula Argentea syn. Crassula ovata), are woody-stemmed plants with oval, succulent, jade green leaves.http://www.public.asu.edu/~camartin/plants/Plant%20html%20files/crassulaargentea.html...
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Jade PlantCrassula ovata Originally from South Africa, Jade loves sun-drenched beaches, the occasional surf, and sandy soils. Too much water too often doesnt sit well with her, so maybe offer her a beer? (Please dont give your plants beer). Bright indirect light mixed with direct exposure is ideal. Once every two wee
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Alice Notten fragrant crassula, sweet-scented crassula (Eng.); ruiksissie, klipblom, ... and is pollinated by Geometrid moths. The flowers are fragrant from about midday and the fragrance grows stronger during the ... it gets bright light. The spring flowers are most strongly fragrant in the evening, so plant one where you are likely to smell it in the .... ...
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Crassulaceae) and the Saxifragaceae alliance. In the clade Haloragaceae sensu lato (s.l.) + Crassulaceae the genera ... Among the Crassulaceae, economic importance is limited to horticulture, with many species and cultivars important as ... Of the 15 families, many are small, with 8 having only a single genus, the largest family being the Crassulaceae (stonecrops) ... The ancestral carpel number for Crassulaceae is five, decreasing to four in Kalanchoe, where it is synapomorphic for the genus ...
... is a genus of the succulent family Crassulaceae (stonecrop family), with about 18 species, distributed in eastern ... Ohba, Hideaki; Bartholomew, Bruce M.; Turland, Nicholas J.; Kunjun, Fu (2000). "New Combinations in Phedimus (Crassulaceae)". ... Thiede, J; Eggli, U (2007). "Crassulaceae". In Kubitzki, Klaus (ed.). Berberidopsidales, Buxales, Crossosomatales, Fabales p.p ... Crassulaceae) inferred from the ITS region sequences of nuclear rDNA" (PDF). Russian Journal of Genetics. 42 (6): 654-661. doi: ...
Tölken (1985). Crassulaceae. In O.A. Leistner, Flora of southern Africa 14. Botanical Research Institute, Pretoria. "National ...
... is a genus of perennial plants in the family Crassulaceae that resemble Sedum and other members of the family. Like ... This genus contains the only species of Crassulaceae that have unisexual flowers. Rhodionin is a herbacetin rhamnoside found in ... Rhodiola is placed within family Crassulaceae, in subfamily Sempervivoideae, tribe Umbiliceae. There it is a sister group to ... 1754", Flora of North America Online, 8 Kunjun Fu, Hideaki Ohba, and Michael G. Gilbert, "Crassulaceae Candolle", Flora of ...
... is a species of flowering plant in the family Crassulaceae known by the common names widowscross and widow's ... Crassulaceae)". American Journal of Botany. 64 (10): 1242-1247. doi:10.2307/2442487. JSTOR 2442487. v t e. ...
... is a genus of the succulent family Crassulaceae (stonecrop family). Petrosedum is a genus in the family Crassulaceae ... Thiede, J; Eggli, U (2007). "Crassulaceae". In Kubitzki, Klaus (ed.). Berberidopsidales, Buxales, Crossosomatales, Fabales p.p ...
Ohba, H (1978). "Generic and infrageneric classification of the old world sedoideae crassulaceae". Journal of the Faculty of ... Ohba, Hideaki (March 1977). "The taxonomic status of Sedum telephium and its allied species (Crassulaceae)". The Botanical ... 1995). Evolution and systematics of the Crassulaceae (23rd Congress of the International Organization for Succulent Plant Study ... 151-158., in Hart & Eggli (1995) Thiede, J; Eggli, U (2007). "Crassulaceae". In Kubitzki, Klaus (ed.). Berberidopsidales, ...
ISBN 2-86537-595-1. Descoings, B. (2003). "Crassulaceae". In Eggli, U. (ed.). Illustrated Handbook of Succulent Plants. Berlin ...
Crassulaceae). The substrate should be loose peat with quartz sand at a pH level of 4.5. Temperatures from spring to autumn: ...
... is a genus of the succulent family Crassulaceae (stonecrop family) that contains about 15 species. It is a biennial ... The flowering stem is solitary, arising from the center of the rosette in the second year.} Within family Crassulaceae, ... Thiede, J; Eggli, U (2007). "Crassulaceae". In Kubitzki, Klaus (ed.). Berberidopsidales, Buxales, Crossosomatales, Fabales p.p ... Mayuzumi, Shinzo; Ohba, Hideaki (2004). "The Phylogenetic Position of Eastern Asian Sedoideae (Crassulaceae) Inferred from ...
Petrosedum is a genus of the succulent plant family Crassulaceae. Thiede & Eggli 2007. Thiede, Joachim; Eggli, Urs (2007). " ... "Crassulaceae". In Kubitzki, Klaus; Bayer, C.; Stevens, P.F. (eds.). Flowering Plants: Eudicots: Berberidopsidales, Buxales, ...
Crassulaceae)" [New Bufadienolides from Kalanchoe daigremontiana Hamet et Perr. (Crassulaceae)]. Zeitschrift für Naturforschung ...
... is a genus of the succulent family Crassulaceae (stonecrop family), found in E Asia. Flowers yellow, chromosome ... Hart, H. 't (1995). Infrafamilial and generic classification of the Crassulaceae. pp. 159-172., in Hart & Eggli (1995) Ohba, H ... 1995). Evolution and systematics of the Crassulaceae (23rd Congress of the International Organization for Succulent Plant Study ... Thiede, J; Eggli, U (2007). "Crassulaceae". In Kubitzki, Klaus (ed.). Berberidopsidales, Buxales, Crossosomatales, Fabales p.p ...
This list of Sempervivoideae genera shows the genera within the Crassulaceae subfamily Sempervivoideae, of which there are ... Thiede, J; Eggli, U (2007). "Crassulaceae". In Kubitzki, Klaus (ed.). Berberidopsidales, Buxales, Crossosomatales, Fabales p.p ... Crassulaceae) based on ITS rDNA sequence comparisons". Flora. 224: 218-229. doi:10.1016/j.flora.2016.08.003.. ... "Molecular phylogeny and systematics of flowering plants of the family Crassulaceae DC". Molecular Biology. 43 (5): 794-803. doi ...
In 1930 Berger included it in family Crassulaceae subfamily Sedoideae, as one of 9 genera. He further divided it into two ... Rosularia is a small genus of the family Crassulaceae. It includes about 28-35 species from Europe, the Himalayas, and northern ... The genus is now placed within the Leucosedum clade, tribe Sedeae, subfamily Sempervivoideae of the Crassulaceae, but is ... Ohba, H (1978). "Generic and infrageneric classification of the old world sedoideae crassulaceae". Journal of the Faculty of ...
... is a succulent plant species in the family Crassulaceae. This species of plant is endemic to southwest ... The Illustrated Handbook of Succulent Plants; Crassulaceae. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. Jacobsen, H. 1970 (Trans. Lois Glass 1977 ...
... is a genus of flowering plants in the stonecrop family Crassulaceae. It includes about 33 species distributed in ... Ohba, Hideaki (March 1977). "The taxonomic status of Sedum telephium and its allied species (Crassulaceae)". The Botanical ... Thiede, J; Eggli, U (2007). "Crassulaceae". In Kubitzki, Klaus (ed.). Berberidopsidales, Buxales, Crossosomatales, Fabales p.p ... Crassulaceae) Inferred from Chloroplast and Nuclear DNA Sequences". Systematic Botany. 29 (3): 587-598. doi:10.1600/ ...
Crassulaceae. Leipzig, 1930. IPNI. A.Berger. Photo of Alwin Berger from Genus Escobaria etc. A Study of the Proposed Genus ...
... is a monotypic genus of the succulent plant family Crassulaceae. The sole species is Afrovivella semiensis. Thiede ... Thiede, Joachim; Eggli, Urs (2007). "Crassulaceae". In Kubitzki, Klaus; Bayer, C.; Stevens, P.F. (eds.). Flowering Plants: ...
... , the Caucasian stonecrop or two-row stonecrop, is a flowering plant in the family Crassulaceae. Sedum spurium is ... Fu, Kunjun; Ohba, Hideaki; Gilbert, Michael G. (2004). "Crassulaceae Candolle". p. 202. Retrieved 24 August 2019., in Flora of ... Thiede, J; Eggli, U (2007). "Crassulaceae". In Kubitzki, Klaus (ed.). Berberidopsidales, Buxales, Crossosomatales, Fabales p.p ... 8 "International Crassulaceae Network". Retrieved 5 September 2019. v t e. ...
Crassulaceae)" (PDF). Zeitschrift für Naturforschung B. 40 (9): 1226-1228. doi:10.1515/znb-1985-0920. S2CID 95146056. McKenzie ...
"Crassulaceae Genera". Missouri Botanical Garden. Retrieved 2017-10-26. Kramer, Jack (1977). Cacti and Other Succulents. New ... and Crassulaceae, most species are succulents. The habitats of these water-preserving plants are often in areas with high ... and Crassulaceae. The table below shows the number of succulent species found in some families and their native habitat:[ ... Erythrophysa Order Saxifragales Crassulaceae: Adromischus, Aeonium, Aichryson, Cotyledon, Crassula, Cremnophila, Dudleya, ...
... is a species of flowering plant in the family Crassulaceae, native to South Africa. It is a succulent ... Cotyledon tomentosa is a perennial evergreen shrub, which is a member of the Crassulaceae family of succulent flowering plants ... 2003). Illustrated Handbook of Succulent Plants: Crassulaceae. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg. p. 31. doi: ... LADYSMITHENSIS (von Poellnitz) Tölken, 1977". International Crassulaceae Network. Retrieved 2020-05-30. "Cotyledon tomentosa ...
"International Crassulaceae Network". www.crassulaceae.ch. Retrieved 6 February 2019. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) ...
"International Crassulaceae Network: Aeonium leucoblepharum Webb ex A.Richard, 1848 (engl./ fr.)". International Crassulaceae ... Aeonium leucoblepharum is a succulent flowering plant in the family Crassulaceae. The pointed leaves have a strong central ...
Subrigida means 'slightly stiff'. "SUBRIGIDA (Robinson & Seaton) Rose, 1903". International Crassulaceae Network. Retrieved 4 ...
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... is a species of flowering plant in the family Crassulaceae, that is native to the state of Tamaulipas in ... Volume 6: Crassulaceae. Birkhäuser. pp. 103, 122. ISBN 9783540419655. ,volume= has extra text (help) Kimnach, Myron (January ... "Isotype of Echeveria runyonii Rose, J.N. 1935 [family CRASSULACEAE]". JSTOR Global Plants. JSTOR. 2011-05-25. "Echeveria ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) "Swan Lake". International Crassulaceae Network. Archived from the original on 2013-01- ...
... is a species of flowering plant in the Crassulaceae family. It is commonly called painted echeveria, and is ... "NODULOSA (Baker) Otto, 1873 (engl./ fr.)". International Crassulaceae Network. Retrieved 27 November 2017. CS1 maint: ...
"Powder Puff". International Crassulaceae Network. Retrieved 5 January 2018. v t e. ...
Genera of Crassulaceae. *APWebsite link: Crassulaceae (+genera in KewGarden Vascular Plant). *GRIN link : Crassulaceae J. St ... IUCN link: Crassulaceae threatened species. *World Register of Marine Species link: Crassulaceae (+ list genus + list species) ... Vernacular names [edit wikidata Category:Crassulaceae linked to current category] [edit wikidata Crassulaceae main topic of ... Media in category "Crassulaceae". The following 30 files are in this category, out of 30 total. ...
See also: Crassulaceae and Species of Crassulaceae, Subtribes of Crassulaceae and Tribes of Crassulaceae. ... APWebsite link: Crassulaceae (+genera in KewGarden Vascular Plant). *GRIN link : Crassulaceae J. St.-Hil. (+genus list (Note ... Crassulaceae), Breitungia, Bryokalanchoe, Bryophyllum, Buillarda, Bulliarda, Byrnesia, Calanchoe, Cepaea (Crassulaceae), ... This category is automatically filled by the use of {{Taxonavigation}} with parameter include=Crassulaceae (APG).. This ...
Familia: Crassulaceae Subfamiliae: Crassuloideae - Sedoideae Genera: Adromischus - Aeonium - Aichryson - Bryophyllum - ... Latina: Crassulaceae. lietuvių: Storlapiniai. magyar: Varjúhájfélék. मराठी: हेमसागर. Nederlands: Vetplantenfamilie. 日本語: ... Retrieved from "https://species.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Crassulaceae&oldid=4693605" ...
The present volume covering the Crassulaceae marks the completion of the successful handbook series that presents a complete ... Illustrated Handbook of Succulent Plants: Crassulaceae. Editors. * Urs Eggli Series Title. Illustrated Handbook of Succulent ... The Crassulaceae (stonecrop family) volume presents the first complete treatment of the family for many decades. The family is ...
crassulaceae definition: Proper noun 1. A taxonomic family within the order Saxifragales - various succulent plants. Origin ... How would you define crassulaceae? Add your definition here.. Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus. ... CRASSULACEAE, in botany, a natural order of dicotyledons, containing 13 genera and nearly 500 species; of cosmopolitan ...
Crassulaceae. House-Leeks. Plants herbaceous or shrubby, succulent. Lvs. entire or pinnatifid. Slip. 0. Flowers sessile, ...
Crassulaceae Candolle Ghulam Rasool Sarwar Department of Botany, University of Karachi, Karachi. ...
Annual, biennial or perennial herbs, rarely undershrubs or shrubs, usually succulent, sometimes woody at base. Leaves alternate, opposite or verticillate, usually simple, sometimes compound, exstipulate, often thick and fleshy, sometimes forming a basal rosette. Flowers actinomorphic, (3-)4-5(-32)-merous, usually bisexual, in axillary or terminal cymes, often grouped in corymb- or panicle-like inflorescences, less often in racemes or spike or solitary in the leaf axil. Sepals free or united. Petals free or united, sometimes forming a tubular corolla. Stamens as many or twice as many as the petals, filaments free or more or less adnate to the corolla; anthers 2-celled, usually basifixed, introrse, dehiscing longitudinally. Carpels superior or semi-inferior, equal in number to the petals, free or united at the base. Nectar scales usually present, small, applied to the base of the outer face of the carpels. Fruit a follicle. Seeds few-numerous, very small with smooth, rugose or tuberculate tegument ...
Pictures of crassulaceae wildflowers of West USA. Many flowers and leaves; rhodiola rhodantha (queens crown) along the road to ... Keywords: Crassulaceae, Rhodiola Rhodantha, Colorado, red flowers, plants, wildflowers. License/purchase this photograph ...
Origination of asexual plantlets in three species of Crassulaceae.. [Jiansheng Guo, Hailiang Liu, Yangyang He, Xianghuan Cui, ... These differences may influence the pattern and complexity of asexual reproduction in these Crassulaceae species. Additionally ... Crassulaceae) and analyse the effect of initiating cells on asexual reproduction in these three species. Additionally, the ...
2001) confirm that Crassulaceae are monophyletic and place them in a Saxifragales clade. They are close to Saxifragaceae but ... In a long and continuing series of cytological studies, C. H. Uhl (e.g., 1963) has dealt with most genera of Crassulaceae; ... He has argued that, in contrast to most known polyploids of other families, natural polyploids of Mexican Crassulaceae ... Many herbarium specimens of Crassulaceae represent the plants poorly and lack the supplementary notes and photos or sketches ...
Pictures of crassulaceae wildflowers of West USA. Reddish flowers and succulent green leaves of kings crown (rhodiola ... Keywords: Crassulaceae, Rhodiola Integrifolia, Colorado, red flowers, plants, wildflowers. License/purchase this photograph ...
Crassulaceae, or the orpine faimily, are a faimily o dicotyledons. They store watter in their succulent leafs. They are foond ... Some aulder classifications included Crassulaceae in Rosales, but newer schemes treat them in the order Saxifragales. ... Illustrated Handbook of Succulent Plants: Crassulaceae (Springer, 2003) ISBN 3-540-41965-9 ... Taen frae "https://sco.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Crassulaceae&oldid=508911" ...
Rhodiola (Crassulaceae) in the Russian Far East. Flora 204:17-24. doi: 10.1016/j.flora.2008.01.009 CrossRefGoogle Scholar ... You J, Liu W, Zhao Y, Zhu Y, Zhang W, Wang Y, Lu F, Song Z (2013) Microsatellite markers in Rhodiola (Crassulaceae), a ... Microsatellite markers reveal common East Alpine-Carpathian gene pool for the arctic-alpine Rhodiola rosea (Crassulaceae). ... Kozyrenko M, Gontcharova SB, Gontcharov AA (2011) Analysis of the genetic structure of Rhodiola rosea (Crassulaceae) using ...
Kalanchoe pinnata (Family: Crassulaceae) is an important plant which has many traditional medicinal uses. The main objective of ... Kalanchoe pinnata (Family: Crassulaceae) is an important plant which has many traditional medicinal uses. The main objective of ... Literature review on pharmacological potentials of Kalanchoe pinnata (Crassulaceae). Subrata Kumar Biswas1*, Anusua Chowdhury1 ...
Echeveria purhepecha (Crassulaceae) is described as a new species and illustrated. According to its morphological features it ... Sedoidea (Crassulaceae) from La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain. BAUDET, ÁNGEL BAÑARES; RODRÍGUEZ, AURELIO ACEVEDO; BEAUMONT, ... Home » Nueva especie de Echeveria (Crassulaceae) del centro-occidente de Michoacán, México ... Nueva especie de Echeveria (Crassulaceae) del centro-occidente de Michoacán, México. ...
Deep Genetic Divergence between Disjunct Refugia in the Arctic-Alpine Kings Crown, Rhodiola integrifolia (Crassulaceae). ... "Deep Genetic Divergence between Disjunct Refugia in the Arctic-Alpine Kings Crown, Rhodiola integrifolia (Crassulaceae)." PLoS ...
DNA barcoding, the identification of species using one or a few short standardized DNA sequences, is an important complement to traditional taxonomy. However, there are particular challenges for barcoding plants, especially for species with complex evolutionary histories. We herein evaluated the utility of five candidate sequences - rbcL, matK, trnH-psbA, trnL-F and the internal transcribed spacer (ITS) - for barcoding Rhodiola species, a group of high-altitude plants frequently used as adaptogens, hemostatics and tonics in traditional Tibetan medicine. Rhodiola was suggested to have diversified rapidly recently. The genus is thus a good model for testing DNA barcoding strategies for recently diversified medicinal plants. This study analyzed 189 accessions, representing 47 of the 55 recognized Rhodiola species in the Flora of China treatment. Based on intraspecific and interspecific divergence and degree of monophyly statistics, ITS was the best single-locus barcode, resolving 66% of the Rhodiola
Antioxidant Properties of Some Medicinal Plants: Prangos ferulacea (Apiaceae), Sedum sempervivoides (Crassulaceae), Malva ...
Journal Article] New names of Sedum uniflorum Hook.& Arn.and its infraspecific taxa (Crassulaceae)2003. *. Author(s). Ohba, H. ... and its infraspecific taxa(Crassulaceae)Journal of Japanese Botany. 78(5). 300-301 (2003). *. Related Report. 2003 Annual ... Journal Article] Taxonomic studies on the Asian species of the genus Kalanchoe (Crassulaceae). Kalanchoe spathulata and its ... Publications] Ohba, H.: Taxonomic studies on the Asian species of the genus Kalanchoe(Crassulaceae). Kalanchoe spathulata and ...
Crassulaceae) and the Saxifragaceae alliance. In the clade Haloragaceae sensu lato (s.l.) + Crassulaceae the genera ... Among the Crassulaceae, economic importance is limited to horticulture, with many species and cultivars important as ... Of the 15 families, many are small, with 8 having only a single genus, the largest family being the Crassulaceae (stonecrops) ... The ancestral carpel number for Crassulaceae is five, decreasing to four in Kalanchoe, where it is synapomorphic for the genus ...
Petrosedum is a genus of the succulent family Crassulaceae (stonecrop family). Petrosedum is a genus in the family Crassulaceae ... Thiede, J; Eggli, U (2007). "Crassulaceae". In Kubitzki, Klaus (ed.). Berberidopsidales, Buxales, Crossosomatales, Fabales p.p ...
Lu, Chang-Tse, Hung-Wen Lin, Wei-Ting Liou, Jenn-Che Wang 2013 Sedum tarokoense (Crassulaceae), a new species from a limestone ... Lu, Chang-Tse, Hung-Wen Lin, Jenn-Che Wang 2019 Two new species of Sedum (Crassulaceae) from Taiwan Taiwania 64 (4): 426-431 ... Zhang, Ren-Bo, Tan Deng, Quan-Li Dou, Lin He, Xin-Yun Lv, Hong Jiang 2019 Sedum lipingense (Crassulaceae) identifying a new ... Kim, Jeong Hee, Henk T Hart and Ted H. M. Mes 1996 The phylogenetic position of East Asian Sedum species (Crassulaceae) based ...
Crassulaceae family. This family of plants is characterized by its flamboyance. It comes in various colors and shapes, so ... Crassulaceae family. Even among succulents, the Sedum genus stands out for its many varieties and chubby leaves. All its ... Crassulaceae family. These plants are characterized by their charming flower petals. The varieties whose leaves are fleshy and ...
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The Crassulaceae or orpine family consists of 33 genera with a total of around 1400 species. These dicotyledons have the ... About Crassulaceae. The Crassulaceae or orpine family consists of 33 genera with a total of around 1400 species. These ... Soil: In general Crassulaceae are not fuzzy about soil as long as it drains and the pH is somewhere between 6.5 and 8. They ... All crassulaceae originate from areas where water is (sometimes) scarce.. In the Western Cape: no additional water in Winter ...
Family Crassulaceae[edit]. The Crassulaceae (orpine family)... Subfamily Crassuloideae[edit]. Crassula[edit]. Saxifragales - ... Saxifragales - Crassulaceae - Sempervivoideae - Umbiliceae - Rhodiola Rhodiola Stonecrop N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT ... Saxifragales - Crassulaceae - Sempervivoideae - Umbiliceae - Hylotelephium Hylotelephium Stonecrop N.Y. Status Images ... Saxifragales - Crassulaceae - Sempervivoideae - Semperviveae - Sempervivum Sempervivum Houseleek N.Y. Status Images ...
CRASSULACEAE STONECROP FAMILY. Annual to subshrubs, fleshy. Leaves generally simple, generally basal and cauline, alternate or ...
Illustrated Handbook of Succulent Plants: Crassulaceae. Series: Illustrated Handbook of Succulent Plants ...
Part of the Rosette-forming Crassulaceae Project Kingdom Plantae Phylum Magnoliophyta Class Magnoliopsida (Dicotyledon, ... Unlike many crassulaceae, dudleya should be watered during its dormant stage. Although it will not actively grow, it needs ... Kingdom Plantae Phylum Magnoliophyta Class Magnoliopsida (Dicotyledons) Sub-Class Rosidae Order Rosales Family Crassulaceae ... As with most Crassulaceae, dudleya can tolerate very poor soil conditions, so long as it is well draining. Bright light is ...

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