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WHAT DOES ALOCASIA MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Alocasia is a genus of broad-leaved rhizomatous or tuberous perennials from the family Araceae. There are 79 species native to tropical and subtropical Asia to Eastern Australia, and widely cultivated elsewhere.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «ALOCASIA» OVER TIME
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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about alocasia
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ALOCASIA»
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Toxicity of Houseplants
SCIENTIFIC NAMES Alocasia cucullata G. Don Alocasia cuprea C. Koch
Alocasia lowii Hook Alocasia macrorrhiza G. Don- Alocasia sanderiana Bull
COMMON NAMES Giant caladium (A. cuprea) Elephant's ear plant (all species)
Spoerke, Susan C. Smolinske, 1990
International Poisonous Plants Checklist: An Evidence-Based ...
... (W. Wright) Kunth ex DC. almendron –see– Metopium toxiferum (L.) Krug & Urb
. almond –see– Prunus dulcis (Mill.) D. A. Webb almortas –see– Lathyrus sativus
L. alocasia –see– Colocasia esculenta (L.) Schott alocasia cucullaTa (Lour.) ...
D. Jesse Wagstaff, 2008
CRC World Dictionary of Medicinal and Poisonous Plants: ...
in India: baibing, nyarak Alocasia longiloba Miq. (Alocasia amabilis W. Bull;
Alocasia cochinchensis Pierre ex Engl. & K. Krause; Alocasia curtisii N.E. Br.;
Alocasia cuspidata Engl.; Alocasia denudata Engl.; Alocasia denudata var.
Umberto Quattrocchi, 2012
Disaster Risk Management in Nigeria: A Paradigm Shift
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Alocasia brisbanensis is a species of plant in the family Araceae. Its common name is native lily or cunjevoi (the latter term also refers to a marine animal).
Jesse Russell, Ronald Cohn, 2012
Handbook of Poisonous and Injurious Plants
Alocasia species Family: Araceae Common Names: Ahe Poi, 'Ape, Cabeza de
Burro, Chine Ape, Elephant's Ear, Malanga Cara de Chivo,Malanga de Jardín,
Papao-Apaka, Papao-Atolong, Taro Description: These erect perennials have ...
Lewis S. Nelson, Andrew Weil, L.R. Goldfrank, 2007
Gardens of Oceania
Species present Alocasia macrorrhiza (Li Schott. Alocasia elephant's ear, giant
taro Alocasia, a wild plant in Vanuatu, is sometimes cultivated in the gardens. But
it is mainly a plant used in times of food scarcity, situated in moist places but not ...
Annie Walter, Vincent Lebot, Chanel Sam, 2007
WARM SEASON The following are the warm-season bulbous plants that are
grown in tropical gardens: Alocasia (Schott) G. Don Araceae Alocasia Plants are
evergreen herbs having attractive sagittate leaves. The leaves are dark green
with a ...
Sabina George, 2009
Plant Physiological Ecology
The low activity of the alternative path in the leaves of the understory species
Alocasia odora shows that the efficiency of ATP production (ADP:O ratio) of this
species is high. This may be especially important in shade environments.
Hans Lambers, F Stuart Chapin III, Thijs L. Pons, 2008
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «ALOCASIA»
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Solid Gold giant elephant's-ear (Alocasia macrorrhiza 'Lutea') is one of those. The plant's upright leaves are mammoth, ranging from 1 to 4 feet ... «Columbus Dispatch, Jul 15»
Antimicrobial activity of customary medicinal plants of the Yaegl …
Based on previously documented medicinal applications, aqueous and aqueous ethanolic extracts of Alocasia brisbanensis, Canavalia rosea, ... «7thSpace Interactive, Jun 15»
Coming Sunday, June 14
There are three species commonly found in Mississippi landscapes: Alocasia, Colocasia and Xanthosoma. From staff reports. CONNECT 1 ... «Hattiesburg American, Jun 15»
Southern Gardening: Elephant ears create a tropical paradise
There are three species commonly found in Mississippi landscapes: Alocasia, Colocasia and Xanthosoma. Colocasia is my favorite elephant ... «SunHerald.com, Jun 15»
On Gardening: Elephant ears leave a large footprint in tropical …
Thanks to this raging popularity, garden centers now have choices in varieties, including Colocasia, Alocasia and Xanthosoma. Varieties of the ... «Richmond.com, Jun 15»
Take cuttings and save a small fortune
... including The World Vision Garden, a nod to Cambodian paddy fields represented by translucent orange rods fringed by palms and alocasia, ... «The Northern Echo, May 15»
Elephant ears leave a large footprint in tropical landscape
Thanks to this raging popularity, garden centers now have choices in varieties, including Colocasia, Alocasia and Xanthosoma. Varieties of the ... «Fredericksburg.com, May 15»
Do you recognize this mystery plant?
... plant (Dieffenbachia) are well known indoors, just as colorful Caladiums and Elephant-ear (species of Colocasia and Alocasia) are popular ... «Savannah Morning News, May 15»
... including The World Vision Garden, a nod to Cambodian paddy fields represented by translucent orange rods fringed by palms and alocasia, ... «Kidderminster Shuttle, May 15»
Elephant ears are the garden's drama queens
Alocasia macrorrhizos, or giant taro, is the selection many call the upright elephant ear. It usually allows you to see both sides of the somewhat ... «Hamilton Spectator, May 15»
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