2 edition of The reproduction strategy of Paphiopedilum armeniacum (Orchidacae) found in the catalog.
The reproduction strategy of Paphiopedilum armeniacum (Orchidacae)
|Statement||Zhongjian Liu, Lijun Chen and Qing Zhou|
|Series||Novinka, Botanical research and practices|
|Contributions||Chen, Lijun, Zhou, Qing|
|LC Classifications||QK495.O64 L858 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||85 p. :|
|Number of Pages||85|
|LC Control Number||2010282506|
Paphiopedilum armeniacum Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by Karen, Tags: paphiopedilum; #1. Karen Species nut. Messages: 2, Likes Received: Location: Southern California. Plant has inch leaves. Flower is inches across. Unscented. Grows outdoors, under shadecloth, blooms best when we have a cold. armeniacum, delenatii, emersonii, hangianum, jackii, malipoense, micranthum & vietnamense These plants are herbaceous terrestrial or epilithic - growing only in lime-rich loam or sand, or in humus-filled crevices in limestone rocks in sheltered lees mostly shaded from direct sunlight. Their habitat is north of the equator into Size: 18KB.
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: The Reproduction Strategy of Paphiopedilum Armeniacum Orchidacae (Novinka) (): Liu, Zhongjian, Chen, Lijun, Zhou, Qing: BooksPrice: $ isbn: oclc number: description: 1 online resource.
contents: the reproduction strategy of paphiopedilum armeniacum (orchidaceae) ; the reproduction strategy of paphiopedilum armeniacum (orchidaceae) ; contents ; preface ; chapter 1 the propagation of plant ; abstract ; references ; chapter 2 the growth and survival of paphiopedilum armeniacum ; abstract ; 1.
This book studies and discusses the relations among the three fundamental life activities: growth, maintenance and reproduction in Paphiopedilum armeniacum (Orchidaceae), with an emphasis on plant.
This book studies and discusses the relations among the three fundamental life activities: growth, maintenance and reproduction in Paphiopedilum armeniacum (Orchidaceae), with an emphasis on plant propagation. The biological and ecological characteristics of Paphiopedilum armeniacum both in situ and ex situ, the population performance in different vegetation patterns, the asexual reproductive Seller Rating: % positive.
Paphiopedilum armeniacum is a species of flowering plant in the orchid family, is known commonly as the apricot orange paphiopedilum and golden slipper orchid. It is endemic to China, where it occurs only in Yunnan. It is also cultivated and has won prestigious awards at flower : Orchidaceae.
Paphiopedilum armeniacum var. mark-fun Fowlie, Orchid Digest (), contrary to Art. ICBN () Paphiopedilum armeniacum var.
markiiOrchidee (Hamburg) () Paphiopedilum armeniacum f. Paphiopedilum armeniacum benefits from a growing medium with a pH in the slightly higher than range; add dolomitic lime to any natural potting medium to keep it in this range.
In New Zealand, I found the species responded favorably to cool winter conditions but only if it was kept on the dry side; cool and wet in the root zone was not a. In the summer of I bought a nice flowering division of the cold hardy Chinese slipper orchid, Paphiopedilum armeniacum.I’d tried this species before, but always started with a rather weak plant, and looking back, they probably were all wild collected.
Paphiopedilum armeniacum grows in a remote area of southwest China near Bijiang in western Yunnan Province. Plants are found on limestone hills and cliffs in forests above the Salween (Nujiang) River near the border with northeastern Burma at about °N Latitude.
Exclusive range Paphiopedilum armeniacum at Claessen Orchids. Order now in our webshop. international shipping. Paph. armeniacum in situ, m.
Warm and shady. This group contains nearly all lady's-slippers with spotted leaves and those that flower successively (like Paphiopedilum primulinum). They grow in a large area from Bhutan across Thailand, Myanmar, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines. They usually grow in the lowlands up to altitudes of m.
Arguably the most striking of the parvisepalums, acum has garnered almost AOS awards since its introduction in the US more than a decade ago. Even so, its popularity remains undiminished. With its large golden yellow flowers and amazing pouch, it is easy to see why.
Paphiopedilum armeniacum Chen & Liu. Described: S. Chen & Liu in Acta Botanica Yunnanica, 4(2): () History: This species was described from plants collected by A.L. Zhang in in Bijiang, Yunnan Province, China.
Initially, Cribb (Cribb & Tang ) raised the possibility that Paph. armeniacum may be a color variant of Paph. delenatii. of results for "armeniacum". Skip to main search results. The Apricot Orange Paphiopedilum is native to in inaccessible areas of south-western China, near Bijiang, in the western province of Yunnan.
Plants grow on limestone hills and cliffs in forests above the Salween River (Nujiang) at the north-eastern border with Burma at ° north latitude. Paphiopedilum armeniacum grows at an altitude of approx. m in the midst of rocks, in semi. While Paphiopedilum delenatii was for many years considered difficult to grow, years and generations of selection of good-growing parental stock have led to this species being quite easy.
The plants seem to respond well to a variety of conditions, but will grow well with other mottled-leaved paphiopedilums, or with the brachypetalum or. The Tiny Flowered Paphiopedilum is native to China, in the southeastern province of Yunnan and in north-eastern Vietnam.
These plants meet in mixed mountain forests at heights of m and at an altitude of m on the slopes with an eastern exhibition, on each side of the pass between sharp slopes of mountains with gentle peaks. It grows in soil formed from clay and weathered. Paph. hirsutissumum x hirsutissumum The Shaggy Paphiopedilum from northeastern India, Burma, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and sw China Cool to warm, shade loving, terrestrial orchid, found in soil on rocks water all year, Blooms in the spring with a long lasting single flower hirsutissumum subgenus Paphiopedilum: SOLD: Paph.
Paphiopedilum armeniacum S.C. Chen & F.Y. Liu Sinônimos Não tem Paphiopedilum armeniacum é uma espécie de orquídea (Orchidaceae) do Sudeste Asiático. Ver também.
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The Plant List includes a further scientific plant names of infraspecific rank for the genus do not intend The Plant List to be complete for names of infraspecific rank.
These are primarily included because names of species. The well-known orchid genus Paphiopedilum has attracted much attention from biologists because of its diverse floral traits. Although these traits have been thoroughly described, little is known about their evolutionary trajectory.
In this study, we explored their evolutionary patterns and trajectory through phylogenetic analyses and close observations, and 10 characters in 21 Chinese species Cited by: 3. Paphiopedilum armeniacum, Paphiopedilum micranthum and Paphiopedilum delenatii are endangered orchid species. These three Paphiopedilum species and their hybrids are difficult to distinguish morphologically.
In this study, rDNA-ITS (internal transcribed spacer) sequences were used to design species-specific SCAR (sequence characterized amplified regions) markers to distinguish P.
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I will happily combine postage charges where possible on more than one purchase. Paphiopedilum fairrieanum belongs to Paphiopedilum subgroup, either known as Insigne Alliance, of the genus Paphiopedilum.
The other prominent species of this subgroup include Paphiopedilum exul and Paphiopedilum insigne. Paph. Fairrieanum, a threatened species, occurs at an elevation of meters in the belt of subtropical and occasionally temperate broadleaf forests in the eastern.
Paphiopedilum, often called the Venus slipper, is a genus of the lady slipper orchid subfamily Cypripedioideae of the flowering plant family genus comprises some 80 accepted taxa including several natural genus is native to Southeast Asia, the Indian Subcontinent, southern China, New Guinea and the Solomon and Bismarck Islands.
Family: Orchidaceae. Paphiopedilum purpuratum (Lindl.) Stein mimics the color and shape of Eupatorium catarium Veldkamp (Liu et al., ). Paphiopedilum armeniacum S. Chen & F. Liu uses floral color and shape to imitate Hypericum beanii N. Robson and deceive pollinators to achieve selfing, crossing, or even mixed mating (Liu et al., ; b).Cited by: 5.
Paphiopedilum armeniacum was described as recently asand many have wondered how such a striking species could have remained undiscovered for so long.
It was given the name 'armeniacum' in reference to the apricot-coloured flowers of the first officially described specimen (a collection by A.L.
Zhang from Bijiang in Yunnan). In contrast to this original observation, almost all subsequent. The book describes the breadth of crystallization operations, from isolation from a reaction broth to purification and finally to tailoring product properties. In the first section of the book, the basic mechanisms - nucleation, growth, attrition and agglomeration are Edition: 1st Ed.
Media in category "Paphiopedilum armeniacum" The following 5 files are in this category, out of 5 total. Paphiopedilum armeniacum GotBot jpg 5, × 3,; MBDivision: Tracheophyta. Paphiopedilum armeniacum is a species of flowering plant in the orchid family, Orchidaceae. It is known commonly as the apricot orange paphiopedilum and golden slipper orchid.
It is endemic to China, where it occurs only in Yunnan. It is also cultivated and has won prestigious awards at flower shows. Paphiopedilum armeniacum var. mark-fun Fowlie, Orchid Digest (), contrary to Art. ICBN () Paphiopedilum armeniacum var. markiiOrchidee (Hamburg) () Paphiopedilum armeniacum f.
Paphiopedilum, Lahnau, Hessen, Germany. 2, likes 15 talking about this. The complete monograph of the genus Paphiopedilum by Prof.
Braem, Dr. Guy Chiron. Paphiopedilum Angel Hair (Saint Swithin ‘Jumbo Jamboree’ AM/AOS x sanderianum ‘Sam Tsui’ AM/AOS) $ HOME | ABOUT | ONLINE STORE | PRE-ORDER | EVENTS | FAQ | CONTACT. Paphiopedilum pictures on this website are usually of select plants and demonstrate the potential of our crosses.
The specific genetic individuals seen here are not offered for sale. Please keep in mind that not all Paphiopedilum, even of the same grex, will bloom at this level.
The golden slipper orchid (P. armeniacum) which was discovered in and described in as to its extraordinarily beautiful golden flowers. Positive: On Jan 9,Todd_Boland from St. John's, NL (Zone 5b) wrote: This is a relatively newly discovered Paph found in Yunnan, China, where it.
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Qing Zhou. 26 Jun Undefined. unavailable. Notify me. Paphiopedilum fairrieanum (Lindley) Stein. Described: Lindley in Gardener's Chronicle, 1st. series, (); Transferred: Stein in Stein's Orchideenbuch, (); Etymology: Named for R. Fairrie, who first exhibited the plant before the RHS in ; Varieties & Forms: Paphiopedilum fairrieanum nnianum (Matho in Orchideenbrief, I/42, (July )) Braem in Orchidees.
The Society periodically produces a colourful Journal (currently three times per year) with informative articles on all aspects of slipper orchids and their culture, as well as reports on society events and activities, always illustrated with full colour images of the plants and blooms under discussion.
ulina tabacum, Paphiopedilum wardii, Paphiopedilum armeniacum, Paraisometrum mileense, Tigridiopalma magniﬁca, Metabriggsia ovalifolia, Paphiopedilum ma-lipoense, and Doritis pulcherrima. Reintroduced shrubs include Myricaria laxiﬂora (Chen et al.
), Loropeta-lum subcordatum, and Cycas debaoensis (Ren et al. ).Cited by:. The books "Orchid Species Culture" Two books (so far) concentrating on culture are available covering a number of orchid species. Each book also contains cultural information for orchids in general, extensive appendices on diseases, pests, nutrition, use of chemicals, and other subjects handy in the greenhouse.Before we look at the reproductive strategy of the Paphiopedilum orchid, a little terminology must be understood.
Both the flower’s male, and female reproductive organs are held at the end of a rod-like structure called the column (or gynostemium), which is an extension of the stem and ovary. Two fertile anthers are attached to the column, one on either.Paphiopedilum (Lady Slipper) orchids hold a special fascination for orchid growers.
Revered for more than a century, their beautiful, often bizarre, flowers have captivated generations of orchid hobbyists. Additonaly, they often stunning foliage and are one of the few .