|Statement||Finn N. Rasmussen.|
|Series||Opera botanica -- no. 65|
|LC Classifications||QK 495 O64 R22 1982, QK495O64 R37 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||96 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
orchids are grown commercially using germination media with added sugars and minerals. THE COLUMN The other major trait that most botanists use to recognize an orchid is a structure called the gynostemium, or column, produced by the fusion of male (stamen) and female (stigma) parts in the ˜ower. All but one of the five subfamilies share this. Abstract. Several types of pollinium stalk are present in a has a cellular epidermal pollinium stalk, whileTipularia has a unique stipe that results from prolongation and detachment of the ostalix andEphippianthus have no stipe, but do have a detachable rum, Corallorhiza, Cremastra, andOreorchis have by: This book focuses on the recent advances in the research of orchid biotechnology from the past ten years in Taiwan. To advance the orchid industry, enhancement of basic research as well as . This book is the result of many years of studying and photographing orchids throughout Europe. It contains numerous, never before published, extremely detailed photographs of the orchid flower.
The floral development of 47 epidendroid and vandoid orchids was studied by means of scanning electron microscopy, paying special attention to the early development of the gynostemium . This paperback book is a huge compendium of orchids. It contains detailed descriptions of many orchids, which are well cataloged. There are over pages, varieties of orchid and 2, color photographs, capturing the beauty of these g: gynostemium. The e-book covers botanical description, cultivation procedures, post- harvest management, value addition and marketing. It also includes management of light, temperature, humidity, water, nutrient, insect, pest, diseases for orchids. It also provides information about orchid specific cultivation practices, their management and marketing. Phalaenopsis orchids are one of a few species that produce aerial roots in addition to their own root system. Aerial roots on Phalaenopsis orchids are those roots that grow away from the pot or growing media and have a thicker, silvery appearance. These roots also have a green tip at the end. These roots serve a purpose, and do benefit the g: gynostemium.
The orchid floral organs represent novel and effective structures for attracting pollination vectors. In addition, to avoid inbreeding, the androecium and gynoecium are united in a single structure termed the “gynostemium.” Gynostemium and ovule development in orchids are unique developmental processes in the plant kingdom. The floral and particularly gynostemium development often Chinese representatives of subtribe Orchidinae (in the genera Hemipilia, Amitostigma, Neottianthe, Gymnadenia, Platanthera and Orchis) was recently described in great detail and illustrated by SEM-micrographs by Luo, Y-B. & Chen, S.-C. in Bot. J. Linn. Soc. – ().The study revealed that the early gynostemium ontogeny is. Phylogenetie considerations The Neottioideae sensu Rasmussen () are perhaps the most variable subfamily of monandrous orchids concerning gynostemium structures, which indicates the need of data from many species for a discussion of evolutionary aspects. A revision of the genus Oreorchis (Orchidaceae) - Volume 54 Issue 3 - N. Pearce, P. Cribb.