Brassia


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genus of tropical American epiphytic orchids having striking axillary racemes of yellow to green spiderlike flowers with long slender sepals and warty lips: spider orchids

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0 Total 98 CUADRO 2 Especies de orquideas encontradas en El Salon y en El Taburete, abundancia por localidad y habitos de crecimiento TABLE 2 Species of orchid found in El Salon and in El Taburete, abundance in each of these localities and growth habits Especies de orquideas Abundancia Abundancia Epifita El Salon El Taburete Brassia caudata (L.) Lindl.
Figure 1 and 2 showed a significant difference between two Brassia rex PLBs sizes, size type 1 (0.00-0.30 cm) and size type 2 (0.31-0.61 cm).
Effects of Preculture Duration and Sucrose Concentration on Brassia Rex PLBs Viability from Sucrose Pretreatment:
In Figure 1 and 2, the effect of sucrose preculture concentration on viability of Brassia rex PLBs is presented.
Effects of Duration Exposure to DMSO Treatments at 24[degrees]C and 0[degrees]C on Brassia Rex Plbs Viability prior to cryopreserved (+LN) and non cryopreserved (-LN) PLBs:
For the TTC test, Figure 5 and 6 showed the viability of Brassia rex PLBs after exposure to variety length of DMSO treatment at two different temperature (24[degrees]C and 0[degrees]C), with (+LN) and without (-LN) their subsequent storage in LN.
For the overall of Part II experiments, using TTC test, it can be concluded that size type 2 Brassia rex PLBs which was underwent 10 min DMSO treatment maintain at 0[degrees]C have the best viability (Fig.
Por otra parte, el numero de estratos es variable en las especies de Ada, Brassia y Miltonia (clado G), Cyrtochilum (clado F), Erycina y Tolumnia (clado I), Oncidium (clado E), Trichocentrum (clado A) y Trichopilia (clado B) (Cuadro 1).
About half of the annually cropped area (annual precipitation >400-450 mm) is planted every third or fourth year to a cool-season pulse crop, canola (Brassia napus L.