Rhipsalis


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Related to Rhipsalis: Rhipsalis baccifera
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Noun1.Rhipsalis - large genus of epiphytic or lithophytic unarmed cacti with usually segmented stems and pendulous branchesRhipsalis - large genus of epiphytic or lithophytic unarmed cacti with usually segmented stems and pendulous branches; flowers are small followed by berrylike fruits
caryophylloid dicot genus - genus of relatively early dicotyledonous plants including mostly flowers
Cactaceae, cactus family, family Cactaceae - constituting the order Opuntiales
mistletoe cactus - a plant of the genus Rhipsalis
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thomasianum, Hylocereus stenopterus, Pseudorhipsalis acuminata, Rhipsalis baccifera, Weberocereus tunilla.
Physical characterization of Rhipsalis (Cactaceae) fruits and seeds germination in different temperatures and light regimes.
La familia Cactaceae del orden Caryophyllales es un grupo de plantas suculentas representativo de las zonas aridas y semiaridas del hemisferio Oeste, excepto Rhipsalis baccifera (Sol.) Stearn, la cual se encuentra en Africa y Asia (Hunt, 2006).
In turn, in the shrub layer aguedita (Celtis trinervia), cuaba prieta (Erithalis fruticosa), negracuba, yaiti (Gymnanthes lucida), brasil (Caesalpinia vesicaria) and picha jutia (Hyperbaena paucinervis) have the same category; as well as aguedita (Picramnia pentandra), canuela (Cyrtopodium punctatum), disciplinilla (Rhipsalis cassutha), among others within the herbaceous layer.
2015: Influence of Pleistocene glacial/interglacial cycles on the genetic structure of the mistletoe cactus Rhipsalis baccifera (Cactaceae) in Mesoamerica.
El genero Rhipsalis esta representado en la actualidad por 35 especies (BARTHLOTT & TAYLOR, 1995), las cuales en su mayoria se encuentran presentes en Brasil y Bolivia, paises considerados centros de diversidad del genero (BARTHLOTT, 1983).
The comparison of methods was illustrated from seed germination of Rhipsalis cereuscula Haw (Cactaceae) growing attached to the trees in the Inga Yard Conservation Reserve at Maringa town, Parana State, Brazil.
Upright Euphorbia tirucalli (back left); feathery Acacia iteaphylla (back right); Yucca aloifolia 'Purpurea' (left); strappy bromeliad (Vriesea philippo-coburgii, center); variegated 'Cornelius' agave (bottom right); cascading mistletoe cactus (Rhipsalis, bottom left).
Los epifitos son escasos en diversidad pero las especies de Microgramma y Rhipsalis son localmente abundantes.