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study of some morphological and anatomical aspects of Anthurium andreanum Lind.

Tadashi Higaki

study of some morphological and anatomical aspects of Anthurium andreanum Lind.

by Tadashi Higaki

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Published by HITAHR, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawaii at Manoa in Honolulu .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Anthuriums -- Morphology.,
  • Anthuriums -- Anatomy.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementT. Higaki, H.P. Rasmussen, W.J. Carpenter.
    SeriesResearch series / HITAHR, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawaii,, 030, Research series (Hawaii Institute of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources) ;, 030.
    ContributionsRasmussen, H. P., Carpenter, W. J.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK495.A685 H54 1984
    The Physical Object
    Pagination12 p. :
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2850605M
    LC Control Number84012892

    Палісадна паренхіма — клітини мезофілу листка деяких рослин, розташовані прямо під верхнім шаром епідерміса та кутикули. Вони мають видовжену форму і відрізняються від губчатого мезофілу, розташованого під ними. results of this study may lead the horticulturist to cultivate anthurium under very low light intensity in tropical areas. 1. Introduction Anthurium is the second tropical cut flower cultiva-ted in the world, just after the orchid group. The spe-cies Anthurium andreanum Lind, was discovered in , during an expedition in the west of the Andes.

    How to Grow and Care for Anthurium andreanum (Flamingo Flower) in Containers. Intro: Anthurium andreanum, often called the flamingo flower, has heart-shaped leaves that come in red, white, pink and variegated plant is originally from wet tropical mountain forests of Central and South America, so it does best in warm, wet climates.   ABSTRACT. A new route of in vitro endosperm culture of Anthurium andreanum Linden ex André aiming to explore feasibility production of triploid plants with more vigorous vegetative growth, superior quality of leaves, larger flower and more colorful was successfully rative callus up to % with + callus score was determined on Vacin and Went (VW) medium () .

    Anthurium andraeanum – Anthurium. Aug T. Beth Kinsey. Plant Name. Scientific Name: The leaves are large, glossy dark green or even black in some varieties, leathery, alternate, and oblong-heart-shaped to arrow-shaped. The plants are epiphytes . The anthurium (Anthurium andreanum and Anthurium scherzerianum) is also called the “flamingo flower” and the "boyflower." It is a tropical plant that originated in .


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Study of some morphological and anatomical aspects of Anthurium andreanum Lind by Tadashi Higaki Download PDF EPUB FB2

Information on the anatomy ofA. andre­ anum is limited, yet knowledge ofthe nature and function ofthe plant is the basis for solv­ ing production and handling problems.

This study examines the external and internal anatomy and morphology ofthe anthurium plant. MATERIALS AND METHODS Whole-plantobservation as well as light. Abstract: Anthurium andreanum Lind. is a perennial. herbaceous monocotyledon in the family Araceae with cordate leaves and flowers.

The commercial "flower" is an inflorescence consisting of conspicuous bract (spathe) and protruding rachis (spadix), Cited by: 6. Get this from a library.

A study of some morphological and anatomical aspects of Anthurium andreanum Lind. [Tadashi Higaki; H P Rasmussen; W J Carpenter]. A study of Some Morphological and Anatomical Aspects of Anthurium andreanum Lind.

By T. Higaki, H.P. Rasmussen and W.J. Carpenter. Download PDF (6 MB) Abstract. Anthurium andreanum Lind. is a perennial. herbaceous monocotyledon in the family Araceae with cordate leaves and flowers.

Author: T. Higaki, H.P. Rasmussen and W.J. Carpenter. They described two basic types of shoot that have monopodial and sympodial growth. The monopodial phase corresponds to the juvenile phase described by Christensen () for seed-propagated Anthurium andreanum and Anthurium scherzerianum plants. During the sympodial phase, one flower is produced from each leaf by: Higaki T, Rasmussen HP and Carpenter WJ A Study of Some Morphological and Anatomical Aspects of Anthurium andreanum Lind., Hawaii Institude Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawaii.

Google Scholar. Anthurium andreanum Linden, Ill. Hort. Etymology: Named for the French botanist, Edouard Andre () who in discovered this species growing in Columbia and sent it to the nursery of Jean Linden in Belgium.

Distribution: Northwestern Ecuador and southwestern Columbia Sectional Placement: Section Calomystrium Description: Notes: Anthurium andreanum grows in wet. Higaki T. Rasmusan H.P. Carpenter W.J. A study of some morphological and anatomical aspects of Anthurium andraeanum Lind HITAHR Res.

Ext. Ser. 1 12 Higaki, T. Rasmusan, H.P. Carpenter, W.J. A study of some morphological and anatomical aspects of Anthurium andraeanum Lind HITAHR Res. Ext. Ser. 1 12)| falseCited by: Response of potted anthurium (Anthurium andreanum Lind.) to the K +: Ca +2: Mg +2 balance in the nutrient solution.

The climatic conditions of the humid tropical areas of México allow the year-round production of cut flowers and potted plants of anthurium. Studies on floral development have widened the knowledge on the floral morphology of Araceae, particularly in genera delimited through classical taxonomic treatments.

In Pothoideae, floral ontogenetic studies are limited to some representatives of Pothoidium Schott and Pothos L. and only one species of Anthurium Schott, with no focus on gynoecium.

This background reveals a lack of ontogenetic data Cited by: 2. Protocorm-like bodies (PLBs) were induced directly at high frequency from wounded surface of Anthurium andreanum cv. CanCan shoot tip-ends, used as explants. In order to obtain PLB directly, the influence of different types and concentrations of cytokinins were by:   Abstract.

The aim of this study is to follow each development stage of inflorescence in order to understand the biological feature of flowering and the development of male gametophyte in Anthurium andreanum “Arizona” and to try to find the optimum conditions for its pollination.

The methods of dissection and paraffin section were adopted Cited by: 1. As such, in the present study, the effects of different doses of SRF on the development of micropropagated plantlets of Anthurium maricense were evaluated during the acclimatization.

Fig. 1: In vitro propagation of Anthurium andreanum (a) Initiation of shoot bud (b) Multiple shoot regeneration (c) Root induction and elongation (d) Ex vitro acclimation of micropropagated plantlets (e) Micropropagated plants at bloom stage and (f).

Anthurium andreanum is one species which was introduced to Hawaii by way of London in This single species has become one of the major parents for the hybrid anthuriums you find cultivated in the islands today. BIOLOGY The anthurium is an aroid, the large Araceae family of plants. This family consists of at least genera and 3,File Size: 1MB.

A study of some morphological and anatomical aspects of Anthurium andreanum Lind. [RS] [] A worksheet for nursery cost of production [ITS] []. Anthurium micropropagation from axillary buds, shoot tip, lamina explants, node, petiole, and microcuttings have been successfully utilized [].

Among these plant parts, leaves are the most used explant source in in vitro culture of Anthurium. The genotype of Anthurium plays an important role in in vitro propagation. The studies showed that Cited by: 2. Introduction. Anthurium (Anthurium andreanum Lind.) is a tropical species of ornamental importance as a pot plant and cut flower due to its extended vase life (Gantait et al., ).Due to its high demand, the creation of new, healthy and uniform cultivars is important (Gantait and Sinniah, ).In this sense, conventional methods for propagating this species are not very efficient; its Cited by: 1.

A study of some morphological and anatomical aspects of Anthurium andraeanum Lind. Honolulu: University of Hawaii, 12p. (HITHAR Research Series, 30). Research Series, - ; Research Series, - University of Hawaii. Browse the Collection. Recent Submissions Performance of Wood Products as Media for Culture of Anthuriums A study of Some Morphological and Anatomical Aspects of Anthurium andreanum Lind.

Palisadne ćelije ili palisad su biljne ćelije u listovima, odmah ispod o su izdužene, različitog oblika od sunđerastih ćelija mezofila ispod njih. Veći dio svjetlosne energije koju list koristi upijaju hloroplasti u tim ćelijama. Ćelije palisada postoje kod biljaka dikotiledona, a također i monokotiledona sa mrežastim venama: Araceae i Dioscoreaceae.Higaki, T, Rasmussen HP, & Carpenter WJ,A Study of Some Morphological and Anatomical Aspects of Anthurium andreanum Lind., Hawaii Institude Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawaii, Manoa.

Patterns in Stem of Araceae: Subfamily.A Study of Some Morphological and Anatomical Aspects of Anthurium Andreanum Lind (PDF).

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