tibouchina


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tibouchina

(ˌtɪbəˈkaɪnə; ˌtɪbəˈkiːnə)
n
(Animals) a member of the genus Tibouchina, which includes 350 species of shrubs found in South America
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Given the importance of developing an efficient system production of Tibouchina sellowiana clonal plants, we aimed to compare the rooting potential of cuttings coming from current-year shoots and epicormic shoots under different concentrations of indole butyric acid (IBA) (Experiment I), and to verify the efficiency of mini-cuttings technique and management of clonal mini-garden for the rooting and productivity of mini-cuttings (Experiment II).
Apos o periodo de incubacao, os substratos foram transferidos para os vasos plasticos e mudas das especies Tibouchina granulosa (quaresmeira), Schizolobium amazonicum Huber ex Ducke (parica), Euterpe edulis Mart.
436 Asteraceae Cynara scolymus 437 Asteraceae Calendula officinalis 438 Lamiaceae Origanum vulgare 439 Asteraceae Lactuca sativa 440 Alstroemeriaceae Bomarea multiflora 441 Asteraceae Baccharis latifolia 442 Adoxaceae Sambucus nigra 443 Melastomataceae Tibouchina lepidota 444 Clusiaceae Clusia sp.
El polen de plantas como Abatia parviflora (Salicaseae) y Tibouchina lepidota (Melastomataceae) tuvo un aporte total menor pero fueron visitadas frecuentemente por T.
Botanically speaking, the princess flower is known as Tibouchina urvilleana and is native to Brazil, the site of the current Olympics.
El estrato arbustivo de 1,5 a 4 m de altura es el mas comun y dominante en numero de especies, en el que se destacan: Toxicodendron acuminatum, Verbesina barragana, Desmodium adscendens, Mimosa albida, Vismia lauriformis, Tibouchina lindeniana, Siparuna aspera, Palicourea heterochroma, P.