Abstracts & Articles
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Keywords

Conservation
Orchids
Marie Selby Botanical Gardens
Native Florida Orchids
Climate Change
Propagation
Mexican Orchids
Clavijero Botanical Garden
Costa Rican Orchids
Lankester Botanical Garden
Germination
Cypripedium montanum
Pacific North American Forests
Root-Associated Microorganisms
Orchidaceae
Sterile-Raised Cypripedium Reginae Seedlings
Symbiotic Propagation
Terrestrial Orchids
Mexico
Rio de Janeiro
Brazil

How to Cite

Authors, V. (2005). Abstracts & Articles. Selbyana, 26(1/2), 354–362. Retrieved from https://ojs.test.flvc.org/selbyana/article/view/121452

Abstract

Includes: Application of Botanical Illustrations in Conservation of Orchids Growing at the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens By: Neera Pradhan; Assisted Propagation of Native Florida Orchids at Florida Botanical Gardens By: John C. Alleyne, Andy Wilson, Sue Edwards and Britton Miller; Climate Change and Assisted Migration of At-Risk Orchids By: Brian Keel; Conservation and Propagation of Mexican Orchids Through Tissue Culture at the Clavijero Botanical Garden By: R. Baltazar, E. Pérez, V. Salazar and M. Mata; Conservation of Costa Rican Orchids: The Role of Lankester Botanical Garden By: Mario A. Blanco, Franco Pupulin and Jorge Warner; Developing Germination and Plant Growth Protocols for Cypripedium montanum, a Vanishing Species of the Pacific North American Forests By: J.A. Smith, R.H. Smith and A. Huber; Effect of Inoculation with Root-Associated Microorganisms on Phosphorous Uptake and Growth of Sterile-Raised Cypripedium Reginae (Orchidaceae) Seedlings By: C.D. Zelmer and R.L. Peterson; Kew's Role in Conserving Threatened Orchid Species in Madagascar By: Tiana Ranarivelo, Adam Britt, Phillip Cribb, David Roberts and Landy Rajaovelona; Native Orchid Conservation in South and Southwest China By: Gloria Siu; Orchidaceae in the Natural Municipal Park of Prainha, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil By: M.F. Bocayuva, R.C. Forzza and C.A. Zaldini; Phragmipedium Kovachii (Atwood, Dalström & Fernandez): Habitat, Morphological Characteristics, and Culture Conditions By: Miluzka Damián Loayza; Symbiotic Propagation and Reintroduction of Terrestrial Orchids in Mexico By: M.P. Ortega-Larrocea; The Orchidaceae from the Marapendi Environmental Protection Area, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil By: E.M. Saddi, M.F. Bocayuva, C.A. Zaldini and C.N. Fraga

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