Zamia pumila


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Noun1.Zamia pumila - small tough woody zamia of Florida and West Indies and Cuba; roots and half-buried stems yield an arrowroot
zamia - any of various cycads of the genus Zamia; among the smallest and most verdant cycads
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(2012) Dioon edule Dandugula (2011) Encephalartos altensteinii Xaba (2014) Encephalartos latifrons Xaba (2014) Zamia floridana Umair (2011) Zamia furfiiracea Umair (2011) Table 4 Various explants used for cycad tissue culture and their regeneration Explant type Species Mcgagamctophyte Ceratozamia hildae, Ceratozamia mexicana, Cycas circinalis, Cycas revoluta, Dioon edule, Encephalartos altensleinii, Encepalartos umbeluziensis, Zamia fischeri, Zamia jiirfiiracea, Zamia pumila (syn.
Effects of fire season and postfire herbivory on the Cycad Zamia pumila (Zamiaceae) in slash pine savanna, Everglades National Park, Florida.
Intrapopulational variation in leaflet morphology of Zamia pumila L.
A traves de estos metodos, la regeneracion de las plantas solo se ha logrado en Zamia pumila, (Chavez, 1992a) y Dioon edu ie (Chavez and Litz, 1999).
While detailed research on Macrozamia has not been conducted, one quantitative study of Zamia pumila indicated that female plants used 7.6 times more energy per reproductive event than male plants (Tang 1990:370).
seeberi (AF158369), Dermocystidium species (U21336), Dermocystidium salmonis (U21337), Psorospermium haeckelii (U33180), Ichthyophonus hoferi (D14358), Aspergillus fumagatus (M60300), Chytridium confervae (M59758), Mucor racemosus (X54863), Acanthamoeba castellanii (U07413), Zamia pumila (M20017), Porphyra spiralis (L26177), Lagenidium giganteum (X54266), Labyrinthuloides minuta (L27634), Perkinsus marinus (X75762), Sarcocystis muris (M64244).
Some of the species found on Pam's land are extremely rare, such as the Cycadaceae Zamia pumila, a low-growing fern-like coontie plant that serves as food for the Florida atala butterfly caterpillar (Eumaeus atala), which is a candidate for inclusion on the U.S.