Dieffenbachia


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Dieffenbachia

a genus of the plant family Araceae; contains insoluble raphide oxalate crystals, and possibly other toxins, which cause severe irritation of the oral mucosa, especially swelling of the tongue. Includes D. maculata, D. picta, D. seguinae. Called also dumbcane.
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dieffenbachia, Philodendron, syngonium) and it is likely that Psydrothrips shares the same origin.
Dieffenbachia, grown as a common indoor plant has toxic ingredients that can cause mild symptoms of poisoning when ingested.
Investigation of Composted Tea Wastes, Tree Bark and Rice Husks in order to Suitable Growing Media to Peat Substitution in Dieffenbachia nourishing.
Acute airway compromise after brief exposure to Dieffenbachia plant.
The effect of medium containing zeolite and nutrient solution on the growth of Dieffenbachia amoena.
House plants such as dieffenbachia (dumb cane) should be avoided as these are poisonous for rabbits.
Although it will tolerate low light, if you have plant-chewing pets, you might want to avoid Dieffenbachia, nicknamed Dumb Kane or Mother-in-Law's Tongue, though there are many nontoxic plants to choose from.
BOLD floor displays of leafy plants such as bromeliads, dumb cane or Dieffenbachia, spider plants, trailing fig ivy and ferns will give a distinctly tropical air to the decor.
Bircok evin ic dunyasini renklendiren Dieffenbachia (Resim 1) tropik kokenli bir sus bitkisidir.
The sampled species within the group of the monocots Costus pulverulentus and Calathea lutea were placed closely because they belong to the order of Zingiberales while Dieffenbachia sp.