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Noun1.Habenaria - chiefly terrestrial orchids with tubers or fleshy roots often having long slender spurs and petals and lip lobesHabenaria - chiefly terrestrial orchids with tubers or fleshy roots often having long slender spurs and petals and lip lobes; includes species formerly placed in genus Gymnadeniopsis
liliopsid genus, monocot genus - genus of flowering plants having a single cotyledon (embryonic leaf) in the seed
family Orchidaceae, orchid family, Orchidaceae - enormous cosmopolitan family of perennial terrestrial or epiphytic plants with fleshy tubers or rootstocks and unusual flowers
fringed orchid, fringed orchis - any of several summer-flowering American orchids distinguished by a fringed or lacerated lip
frog orchid - any of several green orchids of the genus Habenaria
rein orchid, rein orchis - any of several American wildflowers with a kidney-shaped lip
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Except for the FG5, formed only by two Habenaria species (geophytes), the other six groups in ParnaSC grassland also comprised different botanical families, but with similar characteristics.
Pollination of Habenaria pleiophylla Hoehne y Schlechter (Orchidaceae) by Heliconius erato phyllis Fabricius (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae).
Resultados similares hallaron Stewart y Kane (2006) con la formacion de protocormos de Habenaria macroceratitis (Orchidaceae).
Integrated conservation of Florida Orchidaceae in the genera Habenaria and Spiranthes: model orchid conservation systems for the Americas.
Among the topics are the molecular evolution and breeding consequences of self-compatibility and its absence in Prunus fruit trees, marker-assisted breeding for resistance to common bacterial blight in common bean, joint regression analysis and completed joint regression analysis, breeding for reaction, genotype-by-environment interaction and selection of high yielding stable cultivars, and morphological differentiation of sepal and petal in Habenaria radiata (Orchidceae).