Dieffenbachia


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Synonyms for Dieffenbachia

evergreen perennial herbs of tropical America with lush foliage and poisonous sap

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08/54 name of work : supply of dieffenbachia (meaclata) for display in various mpl school & office in ward no.
Dieffenbachia can give a tropical accent to home decor.
Aglaonema and Dieffenbachia -- These are nicely colored or spotted foliage plants, size ranging from 1 foot to 2.
The other species, Psydrothrips luteolus Nakahara & Tsuda, is known only from Hawaii and Florida infesting the young leaves of unrelated Araceae plants such as dieffenbachia, Epipremnum, syngonium and spathiphyllum (Edwards 1995; Nakahara & Tsuda 1995; Moritz et al.
Indoor plants like crotons, Dieffenbachia, money plant, rubber plant etc help create green spaces within the four walls of your house with their extensive foliage.
Lesions localized on oral mucosa could be due to plants rich in oxalates, such as Dieffenbachia picta, Philodendron scadens and Codiaeum variegatum pictum.
Some of the more well-known members are taro, Anthurium, Dieffenbachia, Caladium, skunk cabbage, and Philodendron.
Diversity and distribution of idioblasts producing calcium oxalate crystals in Dieffenbachia seguine (Araceae).
In this connection, studies of Padasht Dehkaei (1998) on Tagetes, Karimi (2003) on Dieffenbachia and Wilson et al.
Dieffenbachia (spotted dumb cane), Philodendron (elephant ear), Monstera deliciosa (delicious monster) and Zantedechia (arum lily)
It has been previously reported that zeolite decreased plant growth of Dieffenbachia amoena in the absence of nutrients, but increased leaf number and stem diameter in presence of nutrients (Karami et al.
Some plants are frequent sources of intoxications, especially Dieffenbachia picta Schott, Euphorbia milii Des Moulins, Jatropha curcas L.
Plants Causing Gastrointestinal Toxicity--The plants causing gastrointestinal toxicity include the hepatotoxic pyrrolizidine alkaloids and the calcium oxalate injectors, which are popular household plants and include many popular cultivars of Caladium, Dieffenbachia, Philodendron, Schefflera, and Spathiphyllum (Table 1).
Anthurium 45 (50)/29 (31); Arisaema 2/1; Caladium 1/0; Dieffenbachia 2/0; Dracontium 1/0; Lemna 7/0; Monstera 8/1; Montrichardia 1/0; Philodendron 26 (28)/9; Pistia 1/0; Rhodospatha 1/0; Spathiphyllum 7/2; Spirodela 2/0; Stenospermation 1/0; Syngonium 8/1; Wolfia 2/0; Wolffiella 4/0; Xanthosoma 8/2
The dieffenbachia, holiday cacti, peace lilies, creeping figs and hundreds of other plants that tolerate indoor conditions will benefit greatly from a change in their environment.