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Synonyms for Scindapsus

evergreen climbers with adhesive adventitious roots

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In order to examine whether the amplification detection system of electrophysiological signal in plant can gather reliable electrical signal and study the changing rules of the electrophysiological signals in plants under stress, based on the Aquatic Scindapsus and Guaibcn as the research object, the following tests were designed.
(a) Electrical Signal Detection of Aquatic Scindapsus Leaf Surface under Compressive Stress.
Caption: Figure 5: Multiview stereo reconstruction based on ZNCC: (a) bust; (b) Scindapsus; (c) Pachira macrocarpa.
Caption: Figure 6: Multiview stereo reconstruction based on ANCC: (a) bust; (b) Scindapsus. (c) Pachira macrocarpa.
Try the pretty little Ficus Pumila which has dainty green and white leaves or Scindapsus with big heart-shaped leaves.
Plants that can grow under poor light include the snake plant (Sansevieria trifasciata), pothos (Scindapsus aureum), heart philodendron (Philodendron scandens), and dumbcane (Dieffenbachia spp.).
Trailing scindapsus is a useful plant too, as it can be grown in wall pots where space is limited.
He estimates that 15 to 20 golden pothos (Epipremnum aureum, Scindapsus aureus) and spider plants (Chlorophytum comosum) can clean and refresh the air when placed in a 1,800-square-foot home or office.
The Santal healer used the root of Typhonium roxburghii to treat bone fracture, and whole plants of Scindapsus officinalis to treat impotency and stomach ache.
Try kentia palms, mother in law's tongue, ivy, orchids (phalaenopsis), scindapsus or fatsia.
In a few cases (e.g., Scindapsus) bundle caps may occur as either fibers or collenchyma cells, sometimes in the same organ.
13 Colocasia Araceae Jongi kochu esculenta (L.) Schott 14 Scindapsus Araceae Bhador officinalis (Roxb.) Schott 15 Areca catechu L.
However, whole plants of Scindapsus aureus were used to treat a single ailment, namely helminthiasis, and whole plants of Centella asiatica were used only for the purpose of increasing milk production.
18 Scindapsus Araceae Takbir gach officinalis (Roxb.) Schott 19 Typhonium Araceae Cham ghas trilobatum (L.) Schott 20 Aristolochia Aristolochiaceae Ishwarmul indica L.