cattleya


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any orchid of the genus Cattleya characterized by a three-lobed lip enclosing the column

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Molecular markers have been used for the genetic analysis of many orchids, such as Cypripedium and Calanthe (Qian, Wang, & Tian, 2013), Cattleya (Almeida et al.
2013a) em plantas de Cattleya loddigesii, cultivadas por 90 dias em meio MS, suplementado com concentracoes de sacarose.
Cattleyas and cymbidiums can be divided after flowering in spring while small plantlets can be removed from the moth orchid.
En este fantastico lugar, Helmuth cultivo generos como Cattleya, Phalaenopsis y otras, se le reconoce como un grande en el cultivo de orquideas, particularmente en sus fincas de viveros en Cota y Sasaima, logrando cruces increibles de varias especies y exportandolas a diferentes partes del mundo, en especial Cymbidium de las que obtuvo los mejores clones de su epoca.
Orchid plants like Cattleya, Phalaenopsis, Dendrobiums, Oncidiums, Cymbidiums and some Vandas are ideal exotic flowering plants for the Christmas season as some are long lasting and provide a particular fragrance.
Cattleya walkeriana Gardner (figura 1A) e nativa do Cerrado central brasileiro entre os Estados das regioes Norte (Tocantins), CentroOeste (Mato Grosso, Goias, Distrito Federal) e Sudeste (Minas Gerais, Sao Paulo) (Barros et al.
Cattleya CIC is a student-run business at King Charles 1 School in Kidderminster that serves a range of bespoke non-alcoholic drinks and cocktails using ethically sourced fruits from Colombia, providing a more stable income for farmers and their families.
Top notes are derived from tea and bergamot, which leads to a mixed harmony of Sambac jasmine, orange tree, Cattleya orchid, freesia and Centifolia rose.
The work's unique amalgam of materials results in inexplicable pathos--a devastating vignette in which an exotic fuchsia cattleya orchid lies dying in its Pyrex confines as mold spores reach up from the puddle of pathogenic buttermilk below.
En Sudamerica se cultiva tradicionalmente orquideas de diversos grupos, pero principalmente de la alianza Cattleya spp.
Evaluation of genetic diversity in nine species of Cattleya using RAPD and ISTR molecular markers