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den·dro·bi·um

 (dĕn-drō′bē-əm)
n.
Any of numerous epiphytic orchids of the genus Dendrobium native to tropical and subtropical Asia, Australia, and the islands of the Pacific Ocean, widely cultivated as houseplants.

[New Latin, genus name : dendro- + Greek bios, life; see gwei- in Indo-European roots.]

dendrobium

(dɛnˈdrəʊbɪəm)
n
(Plants) a genus of tropical orchid, predominantly growing from trees or occasionally from rocks
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Noun1.dendrobium - a plant of the genus Dendrobium having stems like cane and usually showy racemose flowersdendrobium - a plant of the genus Dendrobium having stems like cane and usually showy racemose flowers
orchid, orchidaceous plant - any of numerous plants of the orchid family usually having flowers of unusual shapes and beautiful colors
genus Dendrobium - large genus and variable genus of chiefly epiphytic or lithophytic orchids of tropical and subtropical Asia and Australasia
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Jim Cootes's initial contact with members of Dendrobium section Oxyglossum was many years ago, (probably in the mid 1980s) when he attended a lecture by a world authority on the section, Dr.
9 million mt in the December 2017 half year as the Appin colliery recovered from the extended outage and the Dendrobium longwall progressed through a faulted zone.
Taiwan-cultivated Dendrobium orchids potted in growing media can be exported to the American market commencing March 1 following the recent classification of the plants as safe by the U.
In China heavy poaching and legal and illegal market sales of orchids are serious threats to Chinese orchids, especially those of the genus Dendrobium, which are used as Traditional Chinese Medicine (Liu et al.
Sander's Dendrobium or Dendrobium sanderae, found in the Regions of Central Luzon especially in tropical pine forests; and Moth Orchid or Phalaenopsis, one of the most popular orchids which are pleasing to the eye.
The company also plans to Increase the longwall utilization at the Appin and Dendrobium mines, and complete the Appln Area 9 project, which Is anticipated to be done In March and will Increase production to 9.
More than 20,000 purple dendrobium and lavender mokara orchids make up the floral canopy that frame Mother Nature's arms.
As one of perennial epiphytic herb of Orchidaceae family, Dendrobium officinale is a perennial valuable forest Chinese medicinal herb (1,2), which was recorded as herbal Dendrobii in the Pharmacopoeia of Peoples Republic of China.
78) was observed between Ascocentrum garayi vs Dendrobium Kultana Blue and Dendrobium Violate White, PS-26 vs Dendrobium Red Bull, Mokara.
Welcoming the guests was a dramatic floral presentation on black and ivory columns with the bridal portrait as the focal point Phalaenopsis and Dendrobium orchids, roses, hydrangea, tulips, and calla lilies were used through the hall.
These species are classified as Oncidium, Cattleya, Epidendrum, Cymbidium, Phalaenopsis, Vanda, Dendrobium, Phaphiopedilum, Brassica, Laelia, Mokaram Aranchnis and Miltonia.