Arisaema


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Arisaema

toxic plant genus in family Araceae. Contains raphide oxalate crystals; causes oral mucosal erosions and stomatitis if ingested. Called also Indian turnip, jack-in-the-pulpit.
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Iridaceae September 9, 2001 spontanea 019-088 Arisaema ringens Araceae October 11, 2002 028-080 Carduus crispus Compositae May 18, 2005 036-088 Pueraria thunbergiana Leguminosae August 6, 2009 Medical herb extracts were obtained from Plant Extract Bank (PEB) at Korea Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology (Daejeon, Korea).
Vogel S and Martens J: A survey of the function of the lethal kettle traps of Arisaema (Araceae), with records of pollinating fungus gnats from Nepal.
Lilium Martagon; Malley Terry in her garden; Capanula persicifolia; Arisaema candidissimum Stamens on a Goldwings rose Alice Artindale delphinium
Herbaceous species associated with this habitat type are Arisaema dracontium (greendragon), A.
Ademas, dentro de la ultima, solo en el pedregal de Arocutin crecen las siguientes 12 especies: Arisaema macrospathum, Coreopsis petrophiloides, Dahlia neglecta, Isochilus bracteatus, Sedum oxypetalum, S.
It's Arisaema griffithii from the eastern Himalayas, the strangest plant in my garden.
In species such as Arisaema triphyllum, individuals are male (staminate) in the first flowering season and produce female (pistillate) flowers in subsequent seasons.
Arisaema triphyllum also disappeared in 2007, after having been present in seven plots and having a RTV of 2.
Anthurium 45 (50)/29 (31); Arisaema 2/1; Caladium 1/0; Dieffenbachia 2/0; Dracontium 1/0; Lemna 7/0; Monstera 8/1; Montrichardia 1/0; Philodendron 26 (28)/9; Pistia 1/0; Rhodospatha 1/0; Spathiphyllum 7/2; Spirodela 2/0; Stenospermation 1/0; Syngonium 8/1; Wolfia 2/0; Wolffiella 4/0; Xanthosoma 8/2
A chloroplast phylogeny of Arisaema (Araceae) illustrates Tertiary floristic links between Asia, North America, and East Africa.