Acrostichum


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Synonyms for Acrostichum

in some classification systems placed in family Polypodiaceae

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Adult gametophytes: Thirty days after sowing, the adult gametophyte in both species of Acrostichum is cordiform-spathulate or cordiform-reniform, and glabrous.
(b) Photo micrographs of some palynomorphs recovered from the Djega outcrop; 1: Asplenium sp., 2: Syncolporites marginatus, 3: Syncolporites marginatus, 4: Longapertites marginatus, 5: Ctenolophonidites costatus, 6: Retidiporites magdeleinsis, 7: Retidiporites magdelensis, 8: Acrostichum aureum, 9: Klukisporites pseudoreticulatus, 10: Cyathidites sp., 11: Cyathidites sp., 12: Laevigatosporites ovatus.
The shrub layer is of acrostic (Acrostichum danaefolium), which reaches about 5 to 6 m and has a cover between high and very high (51 to 100%).
Patriscabratine and tetracosane, isolated from the Bangladesh mangrove fern, Acrostichum aureum, reportedly showed moderately cytotoxic activity against AGS, MDA-MB-231 and MCF-7 cells, and AGS, MDA-MB-231, HT-29, and NIH 3T3 cells, respectively [88].
The associate vegetation is composed by "aguacatillos" (Persea sp.), "bejucos lecheros" (Rhabdadenia biflora), "helechos cola de gallo" (Acrostichum aureum), "malvaceas" (Hibiscus tiliaceus), "manzanos de playa" (Hipopomane mancinella), "clemones" (Thespesia populnea) and "arbustos espinosos" (Caesalpinea sp.).
Entre las especies de plantas acuaticas comunes en la laguna destacan Pistia stratiotes, Begonia caroliniifolia, Lemma minor, Digitaria horizontalis, Acrostichum danaefolium, Eichhornia crassipes, Typha latifolia.
Beyond edges of mangrove swamps in seasonally inundated flats or depressions, there are Acrostichum danaeifolium, Annona glabra, Coccoloba barbadensis, Hibiscus pernambucensis, Hippomane mancinella, and Pithecellobium lanceolatum.
were used in combination for treatment of leukorrhea as were the leaves and roots of Acrostichum aureum L.
Polystichum acrostichoides (Michaux) Schott [like Acrostichum, leather fern].
The herbaceous plants include Acrostichum aureum, a large (almost 7 ft [2 m]) fern that is frequent in mangrove swamps throughout the world.