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morphology of regeneration of Bryophyllum calycinum
Ernst Elliott Naylor
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THE MORPHOLOGY OF REGENERATION IN BRYOPHYLLUM CAL YCINUM ERNST NAYLOR (Received for publication J I93I) Although a considerable amount of research has been done upon the physiology of regeneration in Bryophyllum calycinum Salisb., relatively little has been found concerning the histology and morphology of this phenom-enon.
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Publication date Usage Attribution-Noncommercial Collection biostor; additional_collections Digitizing sponsor BioStor Volume Bryophyllum pinnatum, also known as the air plant, cathedral bells, life plant, miracle leaf, and Goethe plant is a succulent plant native to Madagascar, which is a popular houseplant and has become naturalized in tropical and subtropical areas.
It is distinctive for the profusion of miniature plantlets that form on the margins of its phylloclades, a trait it has in common with some other Family: Crassulaceae. () Berlin DostÃ¡l and Naylor, R. DostÃ¡l, E. Naylor, The morphology of regeneration in Bryophyllum calycinum Amer.
Jour. Bot. () DostÃ¡l et al., R. DostÃ¡l, T. Sachs, K.V. Thimann, The role of auxins and cytokinins in the release of buds from dominance Amer. Jour. Bot. () Cited by: 2. Bryophyllum calycinum Salisb (Family - Crassulaceae) is an erect, succulent, glabrous, m height, perennial herbs.
It is also known as air plant, miracle leaf native. Morphology of Bryophyllum calycinum: Parnabeeja is a small plant growing to a height of feet. The leaves are thick, fleshy, round to oval in shape. The flowers are inch long, greenish purple in color.
The seeds are small, round, slimy with small ridges. Organic Acids of Leaf Tissue of Bryophyllum calycinum Sample C was a mixture of two collections of leaves, one of which was taken at 9 a.m., the other at 2 p.m. on different dates. Taxonomy. Bryophyllum is not universally accepted as a separate genus, being included in Kalanchoe by some authorities, within subfamily Kalanchoöideae.
Since species of Bryophyllum appear to be nested within Kalanchoe on molecular phylogenetic analysis, Bryophyllum is considered as a section of the former.
Selected species. The three most commonly cultivated species are:Family: Crassulaceae. Ayurvedic plant Bryophyllum pinnatum uses and pics. Bryophyllum pinnatum, also known as Miracle Leaf, Katakataka, Life Plant and Pashan Bheda / Patharchur, is a succulent perennial herb, which grows up to 1m- 2m in plant grows in.
Epiphyllous plantlets develop on leaves of Bryophyllum marnierianum when they are excised from the plant. Shortly after leaf excision, plantlet shoots develop from primordia located near the leaf margin. After the shoots have enlarged for several days, roots appear morphology of regeneration of Bryophyllum calycinum book their by: 7.
Bryophyllum. Bryophyllum pinnatum (Lam.) Oken; Bryophyllum pinnatum (Lam.) Oken is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Bryophyllum (family Crassulaceae). The record derives from WCSP (in review) which reports it as an accepted name with original publication details: Allg.
Naturgesch. 3(3): Bryophyllum pinnatum (Lam.) Kurz., (Crassulaceae) Synonym: Kalanchoe pinnata (Lam.) Oken, Bryophyllum calycinum. Salisb. It is commonly known as Zakham-e-hyat, Cathedral bells, air or maternity plant, love plant, Life plant, Canterbury bells and also parnabija.
It is a widely growing perennial herb and used in medicine withFile Size: 1MB. The propagule development in two viviparous Bryophyllum species: B. daigremontianum and B. calycinum (Crassulaceae) has been found to proceed via embryoidogenesis (somatic embryo).
Bryophyllum reproduce by vegetative propagation. vegetative propagation is of two type: natural and artificial. Bryophyllum is showing natural vegetative propagation. here, at notches of Bryophyllum leaves small buds are formed, which are at dormant state.
During favorable condition, these buds activated and detached from its parent. Untersuchungen Ã¼ber Regeneration bei Bryophyllum Biol. Zbl. () Kakesita, K. Kakesita, Studies of regeneration in Bryophyllum calycinum Journ. of Bot. 4: () Japan Loeb, J.
Loeb, Rules and mechanism of inhibition and correlation in the regeneration of Bryophyllum calycinum Bot. Gaz. () Loeb, J Cited by: 7. Bryophyllum daigremontianum, commonly called devil’s backbone, mother of thousands, alligator plant, or Mexican hat plant is a succulent plant native to Madagascar.
Like other members of its genus Bryophyllum, it is able to propagate vegetatively from plantlets that develop on its phylloclade : Crassulaceae. Synonyms: Bryophyllum calycinum Salisb, Kalanchoe pinnata (Lam.) Pers, Cotyledon Morphology Bryophyllum pinnatum is a succulent glabrous herb m high.
Stems obtusely four angled, older one are light coloured The regeneration frequency and number of shoots per explants were also enhanced on theseAuthor: Nagaratna A, Prakash L Hegde. the law controlling the quantity of regeneration in the stem of bryophyllum calycinum Jacques Loeb From the Laboratories of The Rockefeller Institute for Medical by: 6.
In Bryophyllum calycinum two apical leaves suppress the shoot formation in all the dormant buds situated basally from the leaf; one apical leaf suppresses the shoot formation in the basal buds situated in the same half of the stem where the leaf is, and, if one-half of the petiole of such a leaf is removed, the growth of basal buds in one quadrant of the stem is suppressed.
by: ABSTRACT: Bryophyllum pinnatum is widely used in ayurvedic system of medicine as astringent, analgesic, carminative and also useful in diarrhoea and vomiting. It is naturalized throughout the hot and moist parts of India.
The leaves of B. pinnatum have a variety of uses in the traditional system of medicine in India. They are eaten for diabetes, diuresis, dissolving kidney stones, respiratory. Ernst Elliott Naylor has written: 'The morphology of regeneration of Bryophyllum calycinum' -- subject(s): Bryophyllum calycinum, Regeneration (Botany), Plant morphology.
On the regeneration of leaves and roots of some water and marsh plants in Japan. Tottori Nôgaku-Kwaihô (Tottori Soc. Agr. Sci. Trans.) 4: – Google ScholarCited by: Description: Kalanchoe pinnata (Bryophyllum pinnatum) is a succulent plant distinctive for the profusion of miniature plantlets that form on the margins of its leaves even when the leaves has been detached from the plant, a trait it has in common with the other members of the Bryophyllum section of the Kalanchoe genus.
It's not difficult to see why some call this plant “Life Plant” or. upon regeneration in Bryophyllum leaves was simi-lar to X-rays.
MORPHOLOGY.-Morphological observations of the notch regions failed to reveal any outstanding differences between irradiated and non-irradiated material. Two weeks following, the exposured por-tions were removed from leaves which had been treated with X-rays 40, 80, and 85 minutes.
it bears in Haberlandt’s great text-book, where a structure is re- Physiological Studies in Plant Anatomy 59 a year ago. These will now be stated in terms of the problem of the Regeneration of Bryophyllum Calycinum.
Bot. Gaz. 60, p. Cited by: Rules and mechanisms of inhibition and correlation in the regeneration of Bryophyllum calycinum. Some morphological and physico-chemical changes accompanying proliferation of Bryophyllum Author: Richard G. Kulka. Bryophyllum calycinum (Synonyms: Kalanchoe pinnatum, Bryophyllum pinnatum), belongs to the family crassulaceae was commonly known as sprouting leaf (Devbhuti D, Gupta J K and Devbhuti P.
Shortly after a leaf falls to the grounds, a whole garland of new little plants develops from the notches along the leaf margin. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Rules and Mechanism of Inhibition and Correlation in the Regeneration of Bryophyllum calycinum Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.
The effects of the kinin 6-benzylamino-purine and of 1-naphthaleneacetic acid (NAA) on the epiphyllous bud formation in Bryophyllum were studied under controlled environment. In B. daigremontianum which requires long days for epiphyllous budding, buds were formed under continuous short days after application of the kinin.
Similarly, such a treatment caused budding in attached non Cited by: Bryophyllum est un médicament homéopathique d'action limitée. Le «geste» de la plante " En observant Bryophyllum, on y voit une force de vie intense, qui pourrait être débordante, elle semble cependant ordonnée sur toute sa hauteur, et permet à la fleur de se développer ".
The interaction of methyl jasmonate (JA-Me) and indoleacetic acid (IAA) to induce the formation of the secondary abscission zone in the middle of internode segments of Bryophyllum calycinum was investigated in relation to auxin status and histology.
When IAA at % (w/w, in lanolin) was applied to the segments, the formation of the secondary abscission zone at a few mm above the treatment.
During the first third of the last century a considerable amount of attention was devoted to the generation of epiphyllous plantlets on excised leaves of Bryophyllum calycinum but even the most basic features of the mechanism were not resolved (Goebl,; Loeb, ; Reed, ; Merlich, ). The reason was that the different Cited by: Botanical Name: Bryophyllum pinnatum (Lam.) Oken.
Synonyms: Bryophyllum calycinum Salisb., Kalanchoe pinnata (Lam.) Pers. Common Name: Pan-Futi, Life-Plant. information regarding the chemical constituents and pharmacological effects of. Bryophyllum calycinum. Total ash %, acid insoluble ash %, water soluble ash %, water soluble extractive value %, and alcohol soluble extractive value % (12) Chemical constituents.
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Rules and Mechanism of Inhibition and Correlation in the Regeneration of Bryophyllum calycinum. Vol Page If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book. Bryophyllum (do grego bryo/bryein = broto, phyllon = folha) é um gênero de plantas pertencente à família Crassulaceae.
 Existem cerca de vinte a trinta espécies no gênero, nativas originalmente da África do Sul, Madagascar e Ásia, embora provavelmente hoje sejam encontradas em várias partes quentes do mundo, cultivadas ou como ornamentos de jardins, é comum encontrá-las em Classe: Magnoliopsida.
BRYOPHYLLUM AND OTHER CRASSULACEAE. The subgenus Bryophyllum is peculiar insofar as leaves that are still attached to stems contain primordia of new roots and shoots in the notches (crenulations) of the leaf lamina edges (Naylor ; Raju & Mann ).After some initial growth, but while their parental leaves are still attached to the shoot, growth of these leaf-borne root Cited by: 3.
The present communication deals with pharmacognostic and preliminary phytochemical investigation carried out on the leaves of Bryophyllum calycinum.
The microscopical characters showed the presence of vascular bundles, spongy parenchyma, vascular strands, single layered epidermis, but being double layered in midrib followed by closely packed collenchyma cells and starch : S.
Karpe, S. Mathapati, V. Bhosale, J. Jadhav, S. Awatade, V. Dalavi. Meet the Editor-in-Chief The AJB Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Pamela Diggle (University of Connecticut), studies the evolution of morphological diversity among plants with particular emphasis on understanding how features of development shape the dynamics of evolutionary change.
Learn more about Pamela here. Meet the American Journal of Botany Editorial Board. tions for regeneration exist. When leaf cuttings of potato could produce all sorts of regenerates (root, shoot and tuber) at one and the same point (cf.
Kupfer, 3 and Isbell~), when both root and shoot regenerates could be produced in the same notch in Bryophyllum calycinum (Singh and Mehra4). Bryophyllum calycinum A Bryophyllum calycinum é uma planta que, desdefoi reconhecida oficialmente pelo Ministério da Saúde do Brasil como possuidora de propriedades fitoterápicas.
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Chauhan*.Author: Kriti Sharma, Ekta S. Chauhan.A. Morphology of the Avena Seedling. 21 B. Evolution of the Avena Test l\1ethod.
24 C. The Avena l\Iethocl in Its Present Form 27 1. Dark Room and Equipment 27 2. Preparation of Test Plants 28 3.
Preparation of the Agar 34 4. Technical l\Iodifications 36 5. Evaluation of Results. 38 6. Positive Curvatures 42 7. The Maximum Angle. 45 Size: 8MB.