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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donde una proporcion alta de semillas fue danada por el picudo de cicadas Antliarhinus zamiae (Thunberg) y en poblaciones de Cycas circinalis con una cosecha intensa de hojas y semillas (Raimondo & Donaldson, 2003; Krishnamurthy et al.
The female cones of Cycas species differ markedly from all other cycad genera and are thus often referred to as pseudocones (Fig.
Colonization on Cycas circinalis at urban area in Tapachula, Chiapas, Mexico.
Camil Yazbeck, investment director of hospitality and leisure at Patron management teams and this deal highlights our strong relationship with Cycas, with whom we previously partnered to develop, manage and sell two hotels at the gateway to London's Olympic Park in Stratford.
The crude methanolic extract of Cycas pectinata exhibited significant inhibitory potency against [alpha]-glucosidase with [IC.
Tecnica de la iconografia: Tallos tuberosos en alto relieve en arenisca roja, los que estan dispuestos en la base de varios paneles florales de la mezquita; de cada tallo de las Cycas emergen tres ramas floriferas con hojas de una eudicotiledonea indeterminada, con varias flores (e.
Internally, in some species at least, such as Zamia integrifolia, the palisade parenchyma is indistinct, unlike in Cycas (Norstog & Nicholls 1998).
Most species are cryptic, and specimens have been found mainly among vegetable debris, the bases of banana and Pandanus leaves, in the staminate strobilus of Cycas, in hollow trees, and in caves (Usinger 1946; Miller 1954; Wygodzinsky & Usinger 1960; Wygodzinsky & Maldonado Capriles 1972; Schuh & Slater 1995).
1992a, Chavez, 1992b y Jaager and van Staden, 1996) y la organogenesis solo ha sido reportada para Cycas circinaiis (Dominic y Joseph, 2007).
While Bob Qatley, Mark Richards and the crew of Wild Oats Xl were savouring their record breaking line honours win in the CYCAs Cabbage Tree Island Race, the battle for overall honours was raging.