Cycas revoluta


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dwarf palmlike cycad of Japan that yields sago

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Frett (1987) observed that Cycas revoluta seeds take up to a year to germinate: removal of the pulp and sowing in the dark have been observed to increased germination after scarification (up to 2 h) with sulphuric acid, but the application of gibberellic acid, a plant hormone and well known dormancy-breaking chemical, does not appear to provide any enhancement.
Purification, characterization, and sequencing of antimicrobial peptides, Cy-AMP1, Cy-AMP2, and Cy-AMP3, from the Cycad (Cycas revoluta) seeds.
Infested leaf of Cycas revoluta at Playa Linda, Chiapas, Mexico.
To further reveal the conservation of TAS3-like loci in lower seed plants, we performed PCR amplification of total DNA from Cycadophyta (Cycas revoluta, Strangeria eriupus, Zamia pumila, and Macrozamia miqnolii) using dicot-specific primers P-Tas3, M-Tas3/caa, and M-Tas3/aca [23].
Rinaldi y Leva (1995) demostraron que la frecuencia de organogenesis a partir del cultivo de embriones cigoticos en Cycas revoluta dependio del estado de desarrollo de los embriones cigoticos utilizados como explante.
While this has not been studied in Macrozamia, in a study of female Cycas revoluta more than a year was required to synthesize the amount of starch used in seed production (Theiret 1956:12).
Among those requiring dry soil conditions is cycas revoluta or sago palm.
En por lo menos una especie, la japonesa Cycas revoluta, se han encontrado elementos sexuales masculinos que no son simples granos de polen como los de la generalidad de las plantas, sino que poseen un flagelo o cola impulsora, semejantes a los espermatozoides de los animales.
Identification and characterization of a bactericidal and proapoptotic peptide from Cycas revoluta seeds with DNA binding properties.
1999), but the king sago, Cycas revoluta Thunberg, a popular landscape plant due to its attractive form and minimal maintenance requirements, appears to be especially susceptible.