Nopalea


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Nopalea

 

a genus of cacti closely related to the genus Opuntia. There are six or seven species, distributed from Mexico to Panama. The plants are raised as ornamental shrubs. The cochineal cactus belongs to the genus.

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Genus Species Variety Pr[infested] n Nopalea cochenillifera 0.029 34 Opuntia engelmannii 0.000 74 ficus-indica 0.054 37 humifusa ammophila 0.049 467 humifusa austrina 0.000 299 humifusa humifusa 0.010 1562 pusilla 0.004 520 stricta 0.071 1240 triacantha 0.000 9 The sample size (n) shows the number of plants inspected across the state and Pr [infested] shows the proportion of plants across the state that were infested.
Efectos del cambio climatico sobre la distribucion de nopales (genero Opuntia y Nopalea: Cactaceae) en la region central de Mexico (Tesis de maestria).
Forage cactus has different varieties belonging to the genera Opuntia and Nopalea, and, despite having the same photosynthetic process, the crassulacean acid metabolism (CAM), has characteristics that differentiate them, such as morphology and, thus, water use efficiency (Silva et al., 2014a, 2015).
(2003) reported 12% average dry matter (DM); 81.4% organic matter (OM), 6.2% crude protein (CP), 2.1% ether extract (EE), 26.9% neutral detergent fiber (NDF), 16% acid detergent fiber (ADF), 66.2% total digestible nutrients (TDN) for spineless cacti of the genera Opuntia and Nopalea.
As parcelas foram representadas por tres genotipos de palma forrageira, sendo dois genotipos (Palma Gigante e Redonda)--Opuntia ficus Mille--um genotipo (Palma Miuda ou Doce) Nopalea cocholenifera Salm Dyck--e as subparcelas pelas densidades de plantas (10.000, 20.000, 40.000 e 80.000 plantas [ha.sup.-1]).
The Electronic Retailing Self-Regulation Program (ERSP) has recommended that TriVita, Inc., Scottsdale, AZ, modify or discontinue certain claims made in direct-response advertising for Nopalea, a dietary supplement made from cactus fruit juice.
and Nopalea spp.) that has been reported from North America to Central America (Mann 1969, Zimmermann & Granata 2002).