variegatum (Euphorbiaceae) resulted in the largest snail shell height (15 mm) of the perennial plants, but not larger than the controls L.
Crotons are known botanically as Codiaeum
variegatum and are native to Malaysia, Indonesia, northern Australia and western Pacific islands.
c, d) ** Exotic Euphorbiaceae Codiaeum
ochraceus y especies de Acalypha, Jacquemontia, Codiaeum
, Inga, Ficus y tipo Bombacoideae.
Wang and Blessington (1990) verified that increasing concentrations of paclobutrazol promoted height reduction in four tropical foliage species (Brassaia actinophylla, Codiaeum
variegatum, Syngonium podophylum and Plectranthus australis), with the optimum concentration and the sensitivity of the plants to the regulators varying considerably according to the species.
For example foliar application of ascorbic acid kinetin and glutamic acid promoted growth of Codiaeum
Lesions localized on oral mucosa could be due to plants rich in oxalates, such as Dieffenbachia picta, Philodendron scadens and Codiaeum
cylindrica y en las ornamentales Codiaeum
variegatum (Croton) Cordelyne terminalis (Cordelyne) y Dracaena deremensis (Janet Craig).
In vitro culture studies in three varieties of Codiaeum
Liverpool Council will also be showing the national collection of Drachaena, Solenostemon and Codiaeum
, Crescentia cujete, Dassylirion longissimum, Eupatorium odoratum, Mangifera indica, Musa acuminata, Pasiflora edulis, Persea, Punica grantum, Sechium edule, Tectona grandis, Terminalia catappa, Theobroma cacao (Ben-Dov, 1994; Culik et al.
Among the most interesting, are those with highly decorative, often brilliantly coloured leaves like the calathia and codiaeum