Orchidaceae


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Synonyms for Orchidaceae

enormous cosmopolitan family of perennial terrestrial or epiphytic plants with fleshy tubers or rootstocks and unusual flowers

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(Orchidaceae, Epidendroideae) en el mundo constituye uno de los generos de orquideas con mayor diversificacion, con cerca de 1400 especies (Chase et al.
Solo tres de las especies registradas en la zona se encuentran catalogadas en la lista de proteccion de la NOM-059-SEMARNAT-20 10 y pertenecen a las familias Bromeliaceae (Tillandsia carloshankii), Orchidaceae (Rhynchostele cervantesii) y Cactaceae (Mammillaria haageana).
As a part of a larger project on conservation biology on the Korean orchids, we have conducted allozyme studies in the Orchidaceae from South Korea since the mid-1990s; at present, genetic data on 32 taxa (31 species plus one variety; ca.
Additional evidence of incipient interest in the Orchidaceae family is the publication of several European and Mediterranean orchid guidelines [39-46].
(Orchidaceae) Stephanothrips --Hojarasca Mound & Marullo (1996) occidentalis Hood & Williams Gynaikothrips Ficus microcarpa L.
The Orchidaceae is considered the largest botanical family among species in the scientific world; it has a range between 20,000 and 35,000 species in over 800 genera and thousands of hybrids (Souza and Lorenzi, 2005).
In the Orchidaceae, the following loci [rbcL, matK, atpF-atpH, psbK-psbl, trnH-psbA and ITS] have been recommended as plant barcoding loci to discriminate among species within the genus Holcoglossum (Orchidaceae: Aeridinae) (Xiang, Hu, Wang, & Jin, 2011).
Dendrobium, pertaining to the second largest family, Orchidaceae, includes approximately 1,400 species worldwide distributed from tropical Asia to Oceania [6].