Effect of bananas and other additives on the growth of vanda parishii
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Effect of bananas and other additives on the growth of vanda parishii by Oo Tin Mya Ma.

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Published by University of Yangon, Department of Botany in Yangon .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

Other titlesOrchid culture
Statementby Ma Oo Tin Mya.
ContributionsRanʻkunʻ Takkasuilʻ. Dept. of Botany.
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 119 leaves :
Number of Pages119
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23398826M
LC Control Number2009336465

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We now report the occurrence in Vanda parishii of a new glucoside, named parishin (4), which is shown to be the triester of citric acid and 3. Besides parishin (4), the glucoside 3 was isolated from the methanolic extract, but this substance may be an artefact formed from 4 during the isolation by: Effects of complex organic additives on improving the growth of PLBs of Vanda Kasem's Delight seed germination of lorum when compared to other organic additives like potato and coconut. cells in seeded and non-seeded bananas respectively are known. T INTRODUCTION HE fruiting inflorescence or the 'stem' of the banana, which may weigh nearly 90 lb. (as in Musa acwninata c.v. Gros Michel), is a familiar object, but it nevertheless presents botanical problems and it is the end result of a remarkable sequence of growth events. Growth and Yield Responses of Banana Plant to.. variable were analyzed by analysis of variance and compared using Duncan’s Multiple Range Test at Probability. Results and Discussion Growth parameters: The effect of sucker management on agronomic performance and crop cycle of banana plant is shown in Table Size: 71KB.

Vanda funingensis, a new orchid species from Yunnan, China, is described and illustrated here. This species, which has thin, regular tepals, a slender spur, and a relatively dense inflorescence. The first comprehensive compendium on bananas in recent years, Banana Breeding: Progress and Challenges provides in-depth coverage of all aspects of banana breeding and genetics, including biotechnology. A wide-ranging compilation of chapters by various experts, the book begins with a chapter on the general plant morphology of Musa.5/5(1). The use of undefined organic additives for the in vitro stimulants for in vitro multiplication of Cymbidium pendulum growth and propagation is also experimented in other orchids such as Phalaenopsis violacea [13], hybrids of Dendrobium [14] and Vanda [15]. IV. C. ONCLUSIONS. Current study prooved that the seeds of the. D. ovatum. Immature green fruit contains more polyphenols than mature green fruit. This correlation is therefore age-dependent. The effect of acetylene treatment was characterized by a decrease in phenolic content in all bananas (, , and dd). This impact was expected for and dd bananas since they are mature green by:

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