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. furfuracea L.f. in Aiton, foveolate; ( E ) Z. integrifolia L.f., foveolate; ( F ) Z. herrerae S.Calderón and Standl., foveolate; ( G ) Bikkia tetrandra (L.f.) A. Rich. (Rubiaceae), perforate; ( H ) Cocos nucifera L. (Arecaceae), granulate; ( I

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the southern Atlantic coastal plain, nutrient deficiencies are common and corrective or prophylactic fertilization may be needed ( Gilman, 1987 ; Gilman et al., 2000 ). Palms (Arecaceae) in particular, which have high potassium, magnesium, and

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-of-paradise ( Strelitzia reginae ), oleander ( Nerium oleander ), coconut ( Cocos nucifera ), and other assorted palm (Arecaceae) trees ( Figs. 1 and 2 ). The Plant Resources of Tropical Africa (PROTA) project on African ornamentals was marginally helpful ( PROTA

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weevil. However, the greenish brown color of C. odorata leaf powder rendered the stored grain unattractive ( Mbah and Okoronkwo, 2008 ). Insecticidal activity of extracts prepared from leaves of plants in Anacardiaceae , Arecaceae , and Amaranthaceae

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1125 1131 10.1139/y02-142 Meekijjaroenroj, A. Bessière, J.-M. Anstett, M.-C. 2007 Chemistry of floral scents in four Licuala species (Arecaceae) Flavour Fragrance J. 22 300 310 10.1002/ffj.1797 Morinaga, S.-I. Kumano, Y. Ota, A. Yamaoka, R. Sakai, S

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crop production and suggestions for adaptation Intl. J. Agr. Sci. 5 367 374 Peng, W. Liu, Y.J. Wu, N. Sun, T. He, X.Y. Gao, Y.X. Wu, C.J. 2015 Areca catechu L. (Arecaceae): A review of its traditional uses, botany, phytochemistry, pharmacology and

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: Interactions between dry matter accumulation and water relations in Pritchardia remota (Arecaceae) Seed Sci. Res. 22 97 111 Pérez, H.E. Kettner, K. 2013 Characterizing Ipomopsis rubra (Polemoniaceae) germination under various thermal scenarios with non

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palm ( Acrocomia aculeata , Arecaceae ) a promising plant for biodiesel production Austral. J. Bot. 59 149 155 Anthony, F. Bertrand, B. Quiros, O. Wilches, A. Bertraud, J. Charrier, A. 2001 Genetic diversity of wild coffee ( Coffea arabica L.) using

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the imported plant species most commonly shipped to Canada, followed by six nurseries for croton ( Croton sp.), five nurseries for palms (family Arecaceae), and four nurseries for sansevieria ( Sansevieria sp.). Bromeliads (family Bromeliaceae

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studies bear little relevance to landscape application. Most landscape fertility studies have focused on nutrient requirements of woody species ( Gilman and Yeager, 1990 ; Gilman et al., 2000 ; Torres, 1987 ) or palms [Arecaceae ( Broschat, 2001 )]. Few

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