Cycas


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Cycas

 

a genus of gymnosperms of the class Cycadopsida. There are about 20 species, distributed from Madagascar and the Comoro Islands to South and Southeast Asia, Australia, and Polynesia. Two species from Southeast Asia are particularly well known: C. circinalis and C. revoluta. Both species are cultivated in the USSR as ornamentals on the Black Sea coast of the Caucasus.

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y Cycas micronesica (Raimondo & Donaldson, 2003; Lopez-Gallego, 2008; Marler, 2012).
Identification and characterization of a bactericidal and proapoptotic peptide from Cycas revoluta seeds with DNA binding properties.
In very old stems of some Encephalartos and Cycas species, the leaf bases and cataphylls are shed at the base to make way for a periderm layer (Grobbelaar, 2004).
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Cycad aulacaspis scale was found on 2 species of ornamental cycads, namely, Cycas circinalis L.
C'est pourquoi, j'ai plante les manguiers, des goyaviers, des eucalyptus en plus des fleurs ornementales [Euphorbia poissoni, Jatropha Cycas revoluta, Sanseveria sp (Pervenche de Madagascar)].
institutional investor focused on property backed investments, has sold its stake in Liverpool's Staybridge Suites hotel to its partner, Cycas Hospitality.
The gardens and landscaped areas feature drought resistant native plants such as cactus, cycas and palms.
Outside, drought resistant native plants such as cactus, cycas and palms are grown within the gardens and landscaped areas.
Bioactivity guided chemical investigation on active anti-diabetic constituents of the fruits of Cycas pectinata Griff.