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any plant of the genus Caladium cultivated for their ornamental foliage variously patterned in white or pink or red

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Se han recolectado especimenes en inflorescencias de Caladium bicolor (Araceae) (GASCA-ALVAREZ, 2013).
When we shared with Kim what we had prescribed, she responded enthusiastically: "I have Caladium around the outside of my house every year.
An in vitro study on micropropagation of Caladium bicolor.
13) This culminates in his admiration of the Aurora Borealis variety of the Caladium, whose leaves he compares to "viande crue, striee de cotes pourpre, de fibrilles violacees, une feuille tume-fiee, suant le yin bleu et le sang.
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
Esta emparentada con las especies de los generos Xanthosoma y Caladium, usadas como plantas ornamentales y en ocasiones llamadas oreja de elefante.
One of the great tobacco craving remedies, Caladium promotes a dislike for tobacco, often to the point of nausea or vomiting if used when smoking.
These include Philodendron, dumbcane (Dieffenbachia), Caladium, peace lily (Spathiphyllum) and golden pothos or devil's ivy (Epipremnum); two outdoor plants from the same family, calla lily (Zantedeschia) and Jack in the pulpit (Arisaema), are also commonly eaten, and any of them can be grown outside in milder climates.
In the caladium trials, where the pest pressure was much higher than in the delphinium trial location, their grower cooperator also applied a soil treatment often used on caladiums known as "Telone II" (1,3-dichloropropene).
Philodendron ve Caladium turleri de bitkisel yaralanmalarda ust siralarinda yer almaktadir.
4 That was the period in which he acquired the habit of talking to himself, of walking through the house without paying attention to anyone, as Ursula and the children broke their backs in the garden, growing banana and caladium, cassava and yams, ahuyama roots and eggplants.
Solomon's Seal for leprosy; caladium pressed to bites
Kinetic studies on the sorption of lead and cadmium ions from aqueous solution by Caladium bicolor (wild cocoyam) biomass.
Seasonal flowers will be planted throughout the year: purple petunias and white snapdragons, caladium and impatiens, as complements to the plantings in front of the Society's national headquarters.