Cycas circinalis


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Synonyms for Cycas circinalis

southeastern Indian cycad with palmlike foliage

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Taxonomic aspects and coning ecology of Cycas circinalis L.
Preliminary phytochemical screening of Cycas circinalis (L.) and Ionidium suffruticosum (Ging.).
holmgrenii sin deforestacion y poco perturbados, como el caso de la poblacion Cerro Caballo (VelascoGarcia et al., 2016), y se ha registrado en Ceratozamia mirandae y Cycas circinalis en sitios sin disturbios humanos (Perez-Farrera et al., 2006; Varghese, Krishnamurthy, & Ticktin, 2012).
donde una proporcion alta de semillas fue danada por el picudo de cicadas Antliarhinus zamiae (Thunberg) y en poblaciones de Cycas circinalis con una cosecha intensa de hojas y semillas (Raimondo & Donaldson, 2003; Krishnamurthy et al., 2013).
Conservation status and effects of harvest on an endemic multipurpose cycad, Cycas circinalis L., Western Ghats, India.
It is not sago palm (Metroxylon sagu) but rather the superficially similar cycad tree (Cycas circinalis) that has aroused suspicion.
Michael's favorites include 18-inch-tall dwarf lady palms (Rhapis excelsa) and lacy fern palms (Cycas circinalis); tall, slender MacArthur palms (Ptychosperma macarthuri); bottle palms (Mascarena, or Hyophorbe lagenicaulis), with matted basket-weave trunks; and Mexican fan palms (Washingtonia robusta), native to desert canyons near Palm Springs.
Conservation status and effects of harvest on an endemic multi-purpose cycad, Cycas circinalis L., western Ghats.
Harvest, trade, and conservation of the endemic multiuse cycad, Cycas circinalis L., in the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, South India.
Rao (1971) erroneously calls this part the epicotyl in Cycas circinalis.
Rao (1971) supplies a diagram (Figure 12) in which a part of the embryo of Cycas circinalis shows the split 'coleorhiza'.
in Vietnam but misapplied the names Cycas circinalis, C.
LECTOTYPE: Cycas circinalis L.; designated by Stevenson in Jarvis
Cycas circinalis non L., sensu Hiep and Vidal (1996).