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Key words: Arisaema triphyllum, Jack-in-the-pulpit, spadix, osmophore, aroid, Araceae, Collembola, springtail.
Previous reports have identified euglossines bees as common visitors of members of this aroid clade (Williams and Dressler 1976).
Now beside the road is a new large-leaved aroid which I brought back from the forests of the Philippines.
If you ever had an indoor plant, whether on your office desk or over the kitchen sink, there is a good chance it was an aroid.
Succession, distribution, overcrowding and predation in the aquatic community in aroid axils with special reference to mosquitoes.
The aroid Eminium regelii is a remarkable plant that grows in the sands of the Turan lowland; like all the members of the arum family (Araceae), the flowers are borne on a spadix protected by a spathe, and the flowers start to open when the spadix is still underground and completely enclosed by the spathe.
IBSNAT researchers identified 10 critical crops whose performance they would need to simulate: wheat, maize soybean, groundnut, rice, sorghum, dry beans, soybean, aroid, cassava, and potato.
1) are found among phyllodineous Acacia species (Kaplan, 1980), European ivy (Hedera helix, Goebel, 1913), aroid vines (Lee & Richards, 1991), Ulex europaeus (a leafless shrub with a leaf-beating "juvenile" stage), or tree species with a "divaricate" initial stage, i.
This whiffy aroid has similar leaves to the arum lily and, more often than not, that is all you get.
NOT everyone shares my liking for members of the aroid family, with their spathe-shaped flowers.
Taro, Colocasia esculenta, is a member of the Aroid family, known to Angkaiyakmin as iman.
We performed experiments on the aroid Pinellia pedatisecta to determine the role of the spadix in aroids that can self-fertilize.
Starch granules and raphides identified as possibly from the aroid Colocasia esculenta (taro) have been found on the surfaces of undecorated Lapita potsherds from Anir, New Ireland (Crowther 2005).
This aroid also thrives in waterlogged locations which are of restricted occurrence.