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any of numerous cycads of the genus Encephalartos having stout cylindrical trunks and a terminal crown of long often spiny pinnate leaves

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Las curvas de estructura poblacional tipo IV que mostraron dos poblaciones de este estudio parecen ser tipicas de poblaciones de cicadas con restricciones bioticas y abioticas para la produccion de semillas; por ejemplo, estructuras similares se reportaron en poblaciones de Encephalartos villosus Lem.
Africa and the adjacent Indian Ocean islands harbour a total of 67 cycad species comprising 65 Encephalartos species, Stangeria eriopus and Cycas thouarsii (Fig.
Somatic embryogenesis and organogenesis in Encephalartos dyerianus and Encephalartos natalensis.
Australia, y Stangeria, de Sur Africa; y Zamiaceae, con los generos Ceratozamia, de Mexico, Guatemala y Belice, Chigua, de NW Colombia, Dioon, de Mexico y Honduras, Encephalartos, de Africa, Lepidozamia, de Australia, Macrozamia, de Australia, Microcycas, de W Cuba, y Zamia, ampliamente distribuido en America, desde S Estados Unidos hasta Brasil, Bolivia y N Chile (Norstog & Nicholls, 1997).
plurinervia complex (Sharma, Jones, & Forster, 2004), nine Encephalartos species (Van Der Bank et al.
This coleorhiza-like cap, originally observed on seedlings of several different Encephalartos species, were later also observed on seedlings of Ceratozamia hiMae, Cvcas revohtta.
Fewer than 50 cases are known Briafrana (Isoetes Biafrana) is only found on Mount Oku, Cameroon, & Bioke isle, the Gulf of Guinea Encephalartos altensteinii Found along the Eastern Cape, South Africa, where numbers have declined more than 30% in 50 years
Yokoyama, 1978, Seed coat carotenoids of the cycad genera Dioon, Encephalartos, Macrozamia and Zamia: evolutionary significance.
This collection is one of the finest in the world and home to the rarest of cycads, including Encephalartos woodii, which is now extinct in the wild.
The huge plant, called Encephalartos altensteinii - but you probably knew that - was discovered by Kew's first planter Francis Masson from South Africa in the early 1770s.
4] Curcumis melo [121, 261] Luffa acutangula [71] Momordica charantia [71] Trichosanthes kirilowii [175] CYCADALES Cycadaceae Cycas rumphii [211] Zamiaceae Encephalartos altensteinii [211] Macrozamia moorei [211] Zamia furfuracea [211] Z.