Hippeastrum


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Hippeastrum

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Effect of growing media and mineral fertilization on growth, flowering, bulbs productivity and chemical constituents of Hippeastrum vittatum, Herb.
In this work, the activity of four isoquinolines alkaloids isolated from Hippeastrum species was investigated through the assay of AChE activity developed by Ellman et al.
Zephyranthes, Pyrolirion, Habranthus and Hippeastrum.
Related Family Members in Book: Agapanthus, Allium, Amaryllis, Brodiaea, Hippeastrum, Nerine, and Triteleia
Description: Hippeastrum has four to six trumpet-shaped flowers clustered together in an umbel pattern at the top of a thick, hollow, leafless stem.
Plant up hippeastrum bulbs for a delightful display of these exotic blooms.
El-Naggar and El- Nasharty (2009) indicated the superiority of using composted leaves medium for increasing of total fresh and dry weight in Hippeastrum vittatum, Herb.
An efficient method for rapid propagation of Amaryllis hippeastrum L.
The dichloromethane and n-butanol extracts obtained from fresh bulbs of Hippeastrum vittatum (Amaryllidaceae), collected in Southern Brazil, were evaluated for their cytotoxic activity in vitro against five human cell lines (HT29 colon adenocarcinoma, H460 non-small cell lung carcinoma, RXF393 renal cell carcinoma, MCF7 breast cancer, and OVCAR3 epithelial ovarian cancer), using the sulphorhodamine B assay.
The amaryllis, more formally known as hippeastrum, comes in a wide variety of colours, from the pure white Mont Blanc, through to the deep burgundy Red Lion.
Amaryllis For indoor bloom this winter, plant Hippeastrum bulbs in containers.
Cariotipo de nueve especies argentinas de Rhodophiala, Hippeastrum, Zephyranthes, Habranthus (Amaryllidaceae).