Orchidaceae


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Noun1.Orchidaceae - enormous cosmopolitan family of perennial terrestrial or epiphytic plants with fleshy tubers or rootstocks and unusual flowersOrchidaceae - enormous cosmopolitan family of perennial terrestrial or epiphytic plants with fleshy tubers or rootstocks and unusual flowers
liliopsid family, monocot family - family of flowering plants having a single cotyledon (embryonic leaf) in the seed
Orchidales, order Orchidales - order of plants with irregular flowers having minute seeds: Orchidaceae; Burmanniaceae
orchid, orchidaceous plant - any of numerous plants of the orchid family usually having flowers of unusual shapes and beautiful colors
genus Orchis - type genus of the orchid family; hardy terrestrial orchids of the temperate the northern hemisphere
genus Aerides - epiphytic orchids of tropical Asia having stiff leaves and fragrant white flowers in arching racemes
Angraecum, genus Angraecum, genus Angrecum - genus of tropical Old World epiphytic orchids with showy flowers sometimes grotesque
Anoectochilus, genus Anoectochilus - genus of delicate Asiatic orchids
Aplectrum, genus Aplectrum - a monocotyledonous genus of the family Orchidaceae
genus Arethusa - genus of bog orchids of North America and Japan
genus Bletia - genus of tropical American terrestrial orchids with large purple or pink flowers
Bletilla, genus Bletilla - small genus of chiefly east Asiatic hardy terrestrial orchids similar to genus Bletia
genus Brassavola - genus of tropical American epiphytic or lithophytic rhizomatous orchids
Brassia, genus Brassia - genus of tropical American epiphytic orchids having striking axillary racemes of yellow to green spiderlike flowers with long slender sepals and warty lips: spider orchids
genus Caladenia - terrestrial orchids of Australia to New Caledonia
genus Calanthe - large and widely distributed genus of terrestrial orchids
Calopogon, genus Calopogon - terrestrial orchids of North America
genus Calypso - one species found throughout much of northern North America and Eurasia
Catasetum, genus Catasetum - genus of tropical American orchids having showy male and female flowers usually on separate inflorescences
genus Cattleya - large and highly valued genus of beautiful tropical American epiphytic or lithophytic orchids; the typical orchids; known in many varieties
Cephalanthera, genus Cephalanthera - small genus of temperate Old World terrestrial orchids
Cleistes, genus Cleistes - terrestrial orchids of North and South America having slender fibrous roots; allied to genus Pogonia
Coeloglossum, genus Coeloglossum - terrestrial orchids of cooler parts of North America and Europe: satyr orchid
genus Coelogyne - large diverse genus of tropical Asiatic epiphytic orchids
Corallorhiza, genus Corallorhiza - genus of leafless root-parasitic orchids having small purplish or yellowish racemose flowers with lobed lips; widely distributed in temperate regions
Coryanthes, genus Coryanthes - small genus of tropical American epiphytic or lithophytic orchids
Cycnoches, genus Cycnoches - genus of epiphytic or terrestrial tropical American orchids
genus Cymbidium - genus of tropical epiphytic or terrestrial Old World orchids; one of the most popular orchid genera
Cypripedium, genus Cypripedium - genus of chiefly American perennial leafy-stemmed orchids: lady's slippers; sometimes includes species of genus Paphiopedilum
Dactylorhiza, genus Dactylorhiza - genus of terrestrial orchids of Europe and Asia and North Africa
genus Dendrobium - large genus and variable genus of chiefly epiphytic or lithophytic orchids of tropical and subtropical Asia and Australasia
genus Disa - genus of showy tropical African terrestrial orchids
Dracula, genus Dracula - comprises tropical American species usually placed in genus Masdevallia: diminutive plants having bizarre and often sinister-looking flowers with pendulous scapes and motile lips
Dryadella, genus Dryadella - comprises tropical American species usually placed in genus Masdevallia: very dwarf plants having short tufted and usually unifoliate stems with usually solitary flowers
Eburophyton, genus Eburophyton - a monocotyledonous genus of the family Orchidaceae
Encyclia, genus Encyclia - large genus of epiphytic and lithophytic orchids of tropical and subtropical Americas and West Indies; formerly included in genus Epidendrum
Epidendrum, genus Epidendrum - large and variable genus of terrestrial or epiphytic or lithophytic orchids of tropical and subtropical Americas; some native to United States
Epipactis, genus Epipactis - genus of hardy orchids with leafy-bracted racemes of greenish or purplish irregular flowers
genus Glossodia, Glossodia - small genus of Australian orchids
genus Goodyera, Goodyera - genus of small orchids of the northern hemisphere with creeping rhizomes and stalked ovate leaves and small flowers
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Algunas de estas formas son consistentes dentro de Cymbidium (Cyrtopodiinae) o dentro de las tribus Cymbidieae y Maxillarieae en Orchidaceae (Yukawa & Stern 2002) y pueden utilizarse a modo de caracteres diagnosticos, como un apoyo en la identificacion de sus miembros (Hodson et al.
En el ano 1979, con una beca otorgada por el CONICET, realizo estudios sobre "Las Orchidaceae de la Argentina" en el Herbario y la biblioteca de dos importantes instituciones, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, Reino Unido y en el Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris, Francia.
In Orchidaceae there is a noticeable variation in succulence and size, in Bromeliaceae and Gesneriaceae, the individuals differ in color and size, the ones in higher strata are smaller, more succulent and present a reddish pigment.
Las abejas euglosinas (Apidae, Euglossini) son un grupo de abejas cuyos machos son atraidos por compuestos aromaticos producidos por flores de Orchidaceae, Araceae, Gesneriaceae y Solanaceae; aunque tambien pueden colectar estas sustancias de hongos y troncos (Ramirez et al.
In contrast, in monocots, molecular developmental studies in large monosymmetric groups to date concentrated more on aspects of floral organ identity than symmetry, such as in Poaceae (Malcomber & Kellogg, 2004; Whipple & Schmidt, 2006), Orchidaceae (Tsai et al.
De estos, las familias con mayor numero de especies son Orchidaceae (170 especies), Polypodiaceae (50 especies), Araceae (48 especies) y Bromeliaceae (47 especies).
More elaborate monosymmetry is present in Orchidaceae of Asparagales.
Sobresalen las Orchidaceae con 130 especies y 44 generos y las Poaceae con 75 y 38 respectivamente, lo que en conjunto suma 57.
Siguen morfologia, desarrollo y evolucion floral, evolucion del polen y monocotiledoneas acuaticas para entrar a las ponencias que tratan sobre los Ordenes Arecales, Asparagales, los grupos lilidos de Agavaceae y Xanthorrhoeaceae -- Alliaceae/ Amaryllidaceae, Iridaceae, Orchidaceae, Commelinales, Dioscoreales, Lilia-les y Zingiberales.
A very conspicuous feature of the Orchidaceae is a root equipped with a multilayered epidermis covering the aerial and terrestrial roots of orchids, the velamen, which is underlaid by a distinct cortical exodermis (Engard 1944).