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Plants in the clade Araceae possess a characteristic inflorescence consisting of a vase-like, ensheathing modified leaf or spathe that surrounds a slender finger-like spadix.
of the Araceae (Arisaema curvatum) and is reported in one species of the
The origins of tropical vegeculture: Zingiberaceae, Araceae and Dioscoreaceae in Southeast Asia, in Harris (ed.
Gardens supply the main foods: an Araceae called taro 'kong-kong' (Xanthosomasagittifolium), bananas, sweet potatoes and sugar cane.
Goldwasser observed that the flower stalks of seven species in the Araceae family, including philodendrons and "elephant ears," can heat up to more than 105[deg.
First discovered by Italian botanist Odoardo Beccari in Sumatra in 1878, the Titan Arum, or Amorphophallus titanum, is a member of the Family Araceae, the Aroids or Arum plants.
2008, 670 m, cocoa and coffee plantation , ferns, Araceae, Zingiberaceae, M.
The genus Psydrothrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) includes 2 species with nine-segmented antennae associated with Araceae plants (ThripsWiki 2014).
The family Araceae comprises plants with a vase-like spathe enclosing a finger-like spadix that bears flowers towards its base.
Cocoyam (Xanthosoma sagittifolium) is herbaceous perennial plant belonging to the araceae family and constitutes one of the six most important root and tuber crops world-wide [1].
In some plants, such as Araceae, the alternative pathway will be increased before pollination, which this increasing of respiration rate causes the inflorescence temperature increases 14 [degrees]C than environmental temperature [7].
Zantedeschia aethiopica'' is the scientific name for calla lily, that white-spathed, rhizomatous plant that is not really a lily at all, but actually in the Araceae family of common indoor plants such as pothos, Aglaonema, spathiphyllum and philodendron.
Two genera of the Araceae often called `taro' have been the subjects of taxonomic revision by Hay (1988) and Hay & Wise (1991).
reticulata Rutaceae 15 Discorea bulbifera Discoreaceae 18 Citrus sinensis Rutaceae 19 Rubus cuneifolius Rosaceae 16 Baccharis halmifolia Asteraceae 15 Smilax smalli Smilaceae 18 Passiflora incarnata Passifloraceae 18 Weeds Poinsettia cyathophora Euphorbiaceae 22 Cnidoscolus stimulosus Euphorbiaceae 25 Phyllanthus urinaria Euphorbiaceae 25 Desmodium tortuosum Fabaceae 22 Oldenlandia corymbosa Rubiaceae 15 Richardia scabra Rubiaceae 23 Digitaria ischaemum Poaceae 25 Chenopodium ambrosioides Chenopodiaceae 18 Phytolacca americana Phytolaccaceae 21 Melothria pendula Cucurbitaceae 25 Cyperus globulosus Cyperaceae 17 Bidens alba Asteraceae 18 Ambrosia artemisiifolia Asteraceae 13 Amaranthus hybridus Amaranthaceae 21 Semiaquatic or aquatic plants Colocasia esculenta Araceae 15 Typha sp.