polyadenia

polyadenia

An obsolete, nonspecific term for any nonmalignent enlargement of multiple lymph nodes; e.g., benign lymphadenopathy.
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Plukenetia polyadenia ("amahua") grows in humid tropical rainforests, at altitudes from 0-1,000m.
Nowadays there is interest in preserving all species of the genus Plukenetia as a source of genetic variability for use in breeding programs and Plukenetia polyadenia constitutes an important source of genes for genetic improvement of Plukenetia volubilis.
Rooting cuttings of Plukenetia volubilis is possible using 9.84mM of IBA (Cachique et al., 2011) and the main goal of this study was to develop a method for vegetative propagation of Plukenetia polyadenia by rooting cuttings in sub-irrigation propagators.
The genetic material of Plukenetia polyadenia was obtained from Pebas, Loreto, Peru.
Effects of different levels of leaf area on rooting of Plukenetia polyadenia cuttings
The results indicate a significant effect of levels of leaf area in the rooting of Plukenetia polyadenia cuttings.
Effects of different concentrations of IBA on rooting of Plukenetia polyadenia cuttings
Cardiophylla, Polyadenia (Correll, 1952); Circaeifolia, Piurana (Hawkes,
polyadenia (Pevas, Region Loreto; 19M 0174043, UTM 9631195), P.
polyadenia es la especie que presento el mayor tamano de frutos (de 6 a 11 cm) y semillas, estas semillas tienen forma redondeada, y la capsula es de forma cuadrangular con angulos quillados.
Las relaciones obtenidas en este trabajo muestran que Plukenetia polyadenia se encuentra mas cercana de P.
polyadenia observados Glandulas Glandulas Glandulas Un unico foliares basilaminares basilaminares promontorio basilaminares en uno o mas numerosas glandular pares proximas proximas al al peciolo peciolo.