Anthurium andraeanum

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Related to Anthurium andraeanum: Anthurium scherzerianum, flamingo flower, flamingo plant
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Noun1.Anthurium andraeanum - commonly cultivated anthurium having bright scarlet spathe and spadixAnthurium andraeanum - commonly cultivated anthurium having bright scarlet spathe and spadix
anthurium, tailflower, tail-flower - any of various tropical American plants cultivated for their showy foliage and flowers
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Assessing genetic diversity of some Anthurium andraeanum Hort.
Empleo de sistemas de inmersion temporal para la multiplicacion in vitro de los brotes de Anthurium andraeanum Lind.
y ornamentales como Anthurium andraeanum (Roman, 1978; Queneherve et al.
Beyond the true Arums, there is a huge range of plants from the Arum family for you to search out, including the Peace Lily, Spathiphyllum; the mouse plant, Arisarum proboscideum with its strange long-tailed spathes; the Arisaema's that have become so popular for collectors over recent years; the bog Arum, Calla pallustris; the Yellow Skunk Cabbage, Lysichiton americanus with its distinctive musky smell and the Flamingo Flower, Anthurium andraeanum.
Anthurium andraeanum es una planta ornamental perteneciente a la familia Araceae, reconocida por una larga y vistosa espata de atractivo colorido; asi como tambien, por la belleza de su follaje.
Varias concentraciones y tipos de reguladores de crecimiento fueron probados para inducir la embriogenesis somatica indirecta en Anthurium andraeanum Lind.
under black shade nets, the Anthurium andraeanum Lindl, or exhibit similar growth in different color screens as the case of coffee seedlings (Coffea arabica L.
They are often cultivated for ornamental purposes due to their attractive inflorescences, such as Anthurium andraeanum Linden ex Andre, which has high commercial value as a garden plant, potted plant or for its cut flowers (STANCATO & SILVEIRA, 2006).
Anthurium andraeanum Linden has been used widely in floriculture and landscaping, and among the tropical ornamentals, it is the second most traded species in the world, surpassed only by orchids (CASTRO et al.