6 edition of Bromeliodeae (Flora Neotropica) (Flora Neotropica) found in the catalog.
August 30, 1983
by New York Botanical Garden
Written in English
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Acanthostachys is a genus of the botanical family Bromeliaceae, subfamily genus name is from the Greek “acanthos” (thorny, spiny) and “stachys” (a flower spike). Species. There are two known species, both endemic to South America. Acanthostachys pitcairnioides Rauh & Barthlott (distribution: Northeast Brazil); Acanthostachys strobilacea (Schultes f.)Family: Bromeliaceae. Aechmea (ca. species) is the largest and most diverse genus in Bromelioideae (Bromeliaceae), and several dissimilar generic concepts and infrageneric classifications have been proposed.
Bromelain -- also called bromelin -- is an enzyme. It occurs naturally in pineapple. As a supplement, it's often used to ease pain and : R. Morgan Griffin. Abstract. Perennial rosette herbs with a short axis, more rarely with an elongated stem, or rosette trees, from few centimeters to more than 10m, terrestrial, saxicolous, or epiphytic. Roots absorbing in terrestrials, modified to holdfasts in epiphytes and epilithes, rarely lacking. Leaves spirally arranged, dilated-sheathing at the base, undivided, entire or spinose-serrate, usually bearing.
The Bromeliaceae (the bromeliads) are a faimily o monocot flouerin plants o aroond 3, species native mainly tae the tropical Americas, wi a few species foond in the American subtropics an ane in tropical wast Africae, Pitcairnia feliciana. Thay are amang the basal faimilies within the Poales an are unique acause thay are the anly faimily within the order that haes septal nectaries an (unranked): Angiosperms. BOOK REVIEWS Growing Bromeliads. Ed. by Barry E. Williams & Ian Hodgson. x pp., 43 colour photographs, 23 black-and-white figures. Christopher Helm, London and Timber Press, Portland, Oregon. ISBN E Growing Bromeliads is a useful, informative book for growers, enthusiasts, and amateurs alike.
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Buy Bromeliodeae on Bromeliodeae book SHIPPING on qualified orders Bromeliodeae: Lyman B. Smith, Robert Jack Downs: : Books Skip to main content. Book Description The large, mainly neo-tropical plant family Bromeliaceae includes many members that are grown for horticultural interest.
There are numerous publications that deal with their cultivation, but to date there has been no volume that tackles the biology of these fascinating by: About this book This is part 3 of 3 of monograph 14 in the Flora Neotropica series. This revised treatment of the subfamily Bromelioideae is the third and last volume in the Bromeliaceae series.
The authors regard this group as the most difficult of the three to identify to. A monograph on Bromelioideae (Bromeliaceae). Detailed descriptions of species and numerous varieties in 27 genera. Numerous line drawings, tables, distribution maps and some photographs are used to illustrate this major work on Bromeliaceae.
A must for those interested in this family. Bromeliad Varieties. Bromeliads are showy plants that have vividly colored leaves and produce a variety of interesting flowers in an array of hues. Thousands of species of bromeliads are native to. Canistropsis is a genus of the botanical family Bromeliaceae, subfamily Bromelioideae.
Bromeliodeae book The genus name is from the genus Canistrum and the Greek “opsis” (resembling). All 11 species of this genus are endemic to Brazil.  Species Canistropsis albiflora (L.B.
Smith) H. Luther & Leme. What to Do With a Bromeliad After the Bloom Has Died. Bromeliads (Bromeliaceae) are tropical plants that grow in U.S.
Department of Agriculture plant. Bromeliad plants provide an exotic touch to the home and bring a sense of the tropics and sun-kissed climates. Growing a bromeliad as a houseplant is easy and brings interesting texture and color to the interior garden.
Learn how to care for a bromeliad plant and you will have a long lasting unique houseplant that is low maintenance. Bromeliad.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages illustrations ; 26 cm. Series Title: Flora neotropica, monograph no. 14, pt. A catalogue of Bromeliads used for various projects by - Lloyd Godman. This is a catalogue of bromeliads used by Lloyd godman for his various installations and photosynthesis projects - the collection of plants he accessed in New Zealand from - was collected from a wide range of sources, while most were brought from Greens Bromeliads, some were also donated by the Dunedin Botanical.
Jewels Of The Jungle Bromeliaceae Of Ecuador Part 1 Bromelioideae [Jose M. Manzanares] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Jewels Of The Jungle Bromeliaceae Of Ecuador Part 1 BromelioideaeAuthor: Jose M.
Manzanares. cosmosus belongs to the family Bromeliaceae which is further classified into three subfamilies, Tillandsioideae, Bromeliodeae, and Pitcarniodeae. cosmosus belongs to the subfamily Bromeliodeae (Bartholomew et al., ; Elfick, ).
This subfamily, Bromeliaceae, has about species and consists of 56 genera. The genus Aechmea includes the greatest amount of cold hardy species, such as the popular "Matchstick Bromeliads", Aechmea Gamosepala and Aechmea Cylindrata, which get my picks for time proven toughness."Blue Cones" is pictured to the left, which is a hybrid of cylindrata.
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About this book. This is part 2 of 3 of monograph 14 in the Flora Neotropica series. This revised treatment of the subfamily Bromelioideae is the second volume in the Bromeliaceae series.
Introduction. The Bromeliaceae is one of the morphologically and ecologically most diverse flowering plant families native to the tropics and subtropics of the New World (Givnish et al., ).Its geographical distribution ranges from the states of Virginia, Texas, and California in the USA (latitude 37° N) to northern Patagonia in Argentina (latitude 44° S).Cited by: Bromelia is the type genus of the plant family Bromeliaceae, subfamily Bromelioideae.
Bromelia species are widespread across much of Latin America and the West Indies, and are characterized by flowers with a deeply cleft calyx. The genus is named after the Swedish Family: Bromeliaceae. The pineapple is one of the best known plants of the bromeliad family, but bromeliads come in many sizes, colors, and shapes.
Most varieties can thrive as houseplants or in warm outdoor conditions, provided you know how to treat them. Once they are in the correct conditions, they require little further attention, but you should still check regularly for changes in color or condition that may 95%(15).
"This book opens the reader the gate to the world of bromeliads, the most interesting tropical plant family you can find." This opening statement pretty much sums up the purpose of this book. It is a large sized, 9x11, page, coffee table book. The entire book is packed with some of the most beautiful bromeliad photographs I've seen.
Two new species of Bromelioideae (Bromeliaceae) from the Colombian Amazon are described: Aechmea cardenasii and A. andaquiensis. Aechmea cardenasii is significantly different from other species of Bromelioideae, although it roughly resembles A.
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