Adiantum


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Synonyms for Adiantum

cosmopolitan genus of ferns: maidenhair ferns

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Pteridaceae Adiantopsis chlorophylla (Sw.) Fee SA HEM ROS Adiantopsis dichotoma (Cav.) EBN HEM CRA T.Moore Adiantopsis perfasciculata Sehnem EBN HEM ROS Adiantopsis radiata (L.) Fee TA HEM ROS Adiantum latifolium Lam.
Unlike most ferns, which like to be continually moist, Adiantum grows naturally on rocks near waterfalls so it likes good drainage and loads of mist.
Filicene obtained from Adiantum cuneatum interacts with the cholinergic, dopaminergic, glutamatergic, GABAnergic and tachykinergic systems to exert antinociceptive effect in mice.
Sirva de ejemplo el dedo gordo del pie de Boiffard o las Adiantum pedatum de Blossfedt.
One of the easiest ways to increase your stock is to divide plants - suitable plants include adiantum, aspidistra, calathea, maranta, chlorophytum and fittonia.
4) Adiantum capillus: It has a worldwide distribution, found in Pak-Indian subcontinent, western Himalaya, Mexico, warmer parts of America and other tropical and subtropical regions of the world (Nisar et al., 2012; Reddy, 2010).
Una respuesta en la germinacion de las esporas similar al patron encontrado para las dos especies de Blechnum ha sido reportada para los helechos Adiantum capillus-veneris L.
And networks in ferns with simpler branching patterns, as in the Adiantum ferns at bottom left and right, crash quickly.
Doryopteris triphylla follows a pattern of development that is easily ascribed to the Adiantum type (Nayar & Kaur 1969), in which a more or less obconical meristematic cell is established in early stages of development, the evolution of which lead to the acquisition of an apical multicellular meristem.
Especies diferenciales de las demas subasociaciones: Adiantum poiretii, Asplenium peruvianum, Bomarea involucrosa, Cystopteris fragilis, Mutisia hastata, Ribes brachybothrys y Tillandsia capillaris.