Malvaviscus


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Synonyms for Malvaviscus

small genus of shrubs of Central and South America: wax mallows

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Members of the genus Malvaviscus occur throughout the tropical and subtropical world; however, it is native to the Western Hemisphere (Turner and Mendenhall, 1993).
The common herbaceous species below the canopy was Carex planostachys (cedar sedge; Wayne and Van Auken, 2008), but Malvaviscus occasionally was associated with Q.
Para la siembra de las especies Morus alba y Malvaviscus arboreus se usaron estacas tratadas con hormona enraizadora, las cuales se sembraron inicialmente en bolsas (23 cm x 17 cm); y luego de pasar en vivero un periodo de 45 dias se transplantaron a las parcelas definitivas.
Malvaviscus - conzattus Greenm Flowers/methanolic, 50% EtOH extract.
Banerjee R, Pal AK, Kabir SN, Pakrashi A (1999) Antiovulatory faculty of the flower of Malvaviscus conzattii.
As for plant species, 12 species were recorded with flowers visited by nectarivorous birds, including Malvaviscus aboreus Cav.
Plant species Flowering Colour Origin Syndrome period Malvaviscus Jan.
The contradiction displayed by Malvaviscus arboreus mexicanus is that the flowers are an unashamed blood-red in colour and dangle from their stalks in bell-like fashion, giving them an oh-so-shy appearance, for the petals remain virtually closed.
Las plantas arbustivas que sobresalen son: Brachistus stramoniifolius, Carlowrightia neesiana, Euphorbia schlechtendalii, Malvaviscus arboreus, Mimosa lacerata, Opuntia tomentosa, Pittocaulon praecox, Plumeria rubra, Randia thurberi y Roldana lobata.
2008; 2009), avaliando a formacao de calo, raiz e brotacao em estacas subapicais, medianas e basais de alamanda, coletadas no verao, e Malvaviscus arboreus Cav.
Besides Malvaviscus arboreus, other nectar-producing plants, such as Tabebuia, Hibiscus, Bougainvillea, and Inga, often cited as attractive to hummingbirds elsewhere (Snow and Snow, 1986; Piratelli, 1993; Mendonca and Anjos, 2005; 2006), flowered in the study area during the driest period of the year.
surotatensis, Malvaviscus arboreus, Pavonia pleuranthera, Periptera ctenotricha, Picramnia guerrerensis, Psychotria pubescens, Rhus terebinthifolia, Rogiera amoena, Arachnothryx jurgensenii, Senecio chapalensis, Solanum candidum, S.
Herm (8519) 5/24/99 Lonchocarpus oliganthus Fabaceae (Papilionoideae) 5/24/99 Machaerium biovulatum Fabaceae (Papilionoideae) Micheli (2901) 5/23/98 Malvaviscus arboreus Cav.
Entre los arbustos sobresalen las siguientes especies: Chomelia spinosa, Bactris minor, Miconia argentea, Lippia graveolens, Clethra mexicana, Xilosma flexuosum, Casearia aculeata, Roupala montana, Xilosma flexuosa, Croton niveus, Alibertia edulis, Clitoria guianensis, Alibertia edulis, Calliandra cumingii, Lysiloma divaricatum, Malvaviscus arboreus, Apeiba tibourbou, Machaerium biovulatum y Gliricida sepium.
Otras especies, como Malvaviscus arboreus y Urera elata, produjeron series de hojas muy rapidamente y despues no lo hicieron durante cierto tiempo.