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SECTION Macrocaulia (Bl.) Aver 1994 Type for the section

 

Distribution: China (S. Yunnan) to W. & C. Malesia

36 CHC 41 THA 42 BOR JAW LSI MLY SUL SUM

 

Found in

[Asia-Temperate] China China South-Central

[Asia-Tropical] Indo-China Thailand, Malesia Borneo, Jawa, Lesser Sunda Is., Malaya, Sulawesi, Sumatera

 

Homotypic Synonyms:

* Diphyes ovalifolia Blume, Bijdr. Fl. Ned. Ind.: 318 (1825).

Phyllorkis ovalifolia (Blume) Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 2: 677 (1891).

(* Basionym/Replaced Synonym)

 

Heterotypic Synonyms:

Diphyes hirsuta Blume, Bijdr. Fl. Ned. Ind.: 318 (1825).

Diphyes pusilla Blume, Bijdr. Fl. Ned. Ind.: 317 (1825).

Diphyes tenella Blume, Bijdr. Fl. Ned. Ind.: 319 (1825).

Bulbophyllum hirsutum (Blume) Lindl., Gen. Sp. Orchid. Pl.: 49 (1830).

Bulbophyllum parvulum Lindl., Gen. Sp. Orchid. Pl.: 49 (1830).

Bulbophyllum tenellum (Blume) Lindl., Gen. Sp. Orchid. Pl.: 49 (1830).

Bulbophyllum pusillum (Blume) Rchb.f., Bonplandia (Hannover) 5: 57 (1857), nom. illeg.

Phyllorkis hirsuta (Blume) Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 2: 677 (1891).

Phyllorkis parvula (Lindl.) Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 2: 677 (1891).

Phyllorkis tenella (Blume) Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 2: 678 (1891).

Bulbophyllum tinea Ridl., J. Fed. Malay States Mus. 4: 66 (1909).

Bulbophyllum amblyoglossum Schltr., Repert. Spec. Nov. Regni Veg. 10: 95 (1911).

Bulbophyllum diploncos Schltr., Beibl. Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 104: 48 (1911).

Bulbophyllum ariel Ridl., J. Fed. Malay States Mus. 8(4): 94 (1917).

Bulbophyllum xylocarpi J.J.Sm., Bull. Jard. Bot. Buitenzorg, sér. 3, 9: 48 (1927).

Bulbophyllum ovatilabellum Seidenf., Dansk Bot. Ark. 33: 52 (1979).

SECTION Macrocaulia (Bl.) Aver 1994 Type for the section

 

Distribution: China (S. Yunnan) to W. & C. Malesia

36 CHC 41 THA 42 BOR JAW LSI MLY SUL SUM

 

Found in

[Asia-Temperate] China China South-Central

[Asia-Tropical] Indo-China Thailand, Malesia Borneo, Jawa, Lesser Sunda Is., Malaya, Sulawesi, Sumatera

 

Homotypic Synonyms:

* Diphyes ovalifolia Blume, Bijdr. Fl. Ned. Ind.: 318 (1825).

Phyllorkis ovalifolia (Blume) Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 2: 677 (1891).

(* Basionym/Replaced Synonym)

 

Heterotypic Synonyms:

Diphyes hirsuta Blume, Bijdr. Fl. Ned. Ind.: 318 (1825).

Diphyes pusilla Blume, Bijdr. Fl. Ned. Ind.: 317 (1825).

Diphyes tenella Blume, Bijdr. Fl. Ned. Ind.: 319 (1825).

Bulbophyllum hirsutum (Blume) Lindl., Gen. Sp. Orchid. Pl.: 49 (1830).

Bulbophyllum parvulum Lindl., Gen. Sp. Orchid. Pl.: 49 (1830).

Bulbophyllum tenellum (Blume) Lindl., Gen. Sp. Orchid. Pl.: 49 (1830).

Bulbophyllum pusillum (Blume) Rchb.f., Bonplandia (Hannover) 5: 57 (1857), nom. illeg.

Phyllorkis hirsuta (Blume) Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 2: 677 (1891).

Phyllorkis parvula (Lindl.) Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 2: 677 (1891).

Phyllorkis tenella (Blume) Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 2: 678 (1891).

Bulbophyllum tinea Ridl., J. Fed. Malay States Mus. 4: 66 (1909).

Bulbophyllum amblyoglossum Schltr., Repert. Spec. Nov. Regni Veg. 10: 95 (1911).

Bulbophyllum diploncos Schltr., Beibl. Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 104: 48 (1911).

Bulbophyllum ariel Ridl., J. Fed. Malay States Mus. 8(4): 94 (1917).

Bulbophyllum xylocarpi J.J.Sm., Bull. Jard. Bot. Buitenzorg, sér. 3, 9: 48 (1927).

Bulbophyllum ovatilabellum Seidenf., Dansk Bot. Ark. 33: 52 (1979).

Species: Bulbophyllum blumei [Lindley]J.J. Sm. 1906

Common name:Blume's Bulbophyllum

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SECTION Macrocaulia (Bl.) Aver 1994 Type for the section

 

Distribution: China (S. Yunnan) to W. & C. Malesia

36 CHC 41 THA 42 BOR JAW LSI MLY SUL SUM

 

Found in

[Asia-Temperate] China China South-Central

[Asia-Tropical] Indo-China Thailand, Malesia Borneo, Jawa, Lesser Sunda Is., Malaya, Sulawesi, Sumatera

 

Homotypic Synonyms:

* Diphyes ovalifolia Blume, Bijdr. Fl. Ned. Ind.: 318 (1825).

Phyllorkis ovalifolia (Blume) Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 2: 677 (1891).

(* Basionym/Replaced Synonym)

 

Heterotypic Synonyms:

Diphyes hirsuta Blume, Bijdr. Fl. Ned. Ind.: 318 (1825).

Diphyes pusilla Blume, Bijdr. Fl. Ned. Ind.: 317 (1825).

Diphyes tenella Blume, Bijdr. Fl. Ned. Ind.: 319 (1825).

Bulbophyllum hirsutum (Blume) Lindl., Gen. Sp. Orchid. Pl.: 49 (1830).

Bulbophyllum parvulum Lindl., Gen. Sp. Orchid. Pl.: 49 (1830).

Bulbophyllum tenellum (Blume) Lindl., Gen. Sp. Orchid. Pl.: 49 (1830).

Bulbophyllum pusillum (Blume) Rchb.f., Bonplandia (Hannover) 5: 57 (1857), nom. illeg.

Phyllorkis hirsuta (Blume) Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 2: 677 (1891).

Phyllorkis parvula (Lindl.) Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 2: 677 (1891).

Phyllorkis tenella (Blume) Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 2: 678 (1891).

Bulbophyllum tinea Ridl., J. Fed. Malay States Mus. 4: 66 (1909).

Bulbophyllum amblyoglossum Schltr., Repert. Spec. Nov. Regni Veg. 10: 95 (1911).

Bulbophyllum diploncos Schltr., Beibl. Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 104: 48 (1911).

Bulbophyllum ariel Ridl., J. Fed. Malay States Mus. 8(4): 94 (1917).

Bulbophyllum xylocarpi J.J.Sm., Bull. Jard. Bot. Buitenzorg, sér. 3, 9: 48 (1927).

Bulbophyllum ovatilabellum Seidenf., Dansk Bot. Ark. 33: 52 (1979).

Found in India, Burma, Laos, Thailand, penninsular Malaysia, Cambodia, Vietnam and Indonesia in semi-deciduous and evergreen forests on mossy rocks and tree bases at elevations of 300 to 1100 meters as a miniature sized, hot to warm growing epiphyte with 2" apart on a woody rhizome between each conical, unevenly 5 angled, shiney pale green pseudobulbs carrying a single, apical, erect, oblong, shortly and obtusely bilobed apically, abruptly narrowing below into the shortly petiolate base leaf that blooms on 2 to 3, basal, 6" to 9" [15 to 22 cm cm] long, shiney purple inflorescence with 3 tubular, acute bracts and narrowly lanceolate, acute, concave, reddish brown floral bracts all holding the 11 to 13 flowers above the leaf and held in an umbel, that requires regular waterings and fertilizer, high humidity and good air circullation.

 

This species is most often bought as B/C lepidum but recently the name Epidendrum falbellum vernis was discovered to be the basionym of this species and as such the name Bulbophyllum flabellum-veneris (J.König) Aver. 2003 takes precedence

 

Bulbophyllum gamosepalum is often cited as a synonym of this species but if Garay is correct [see B gamosepalum] then these are both individual species.

 

B obtusiangulum is often cited as a synonym of this species but for now I have it and it's synonyms listed separtly. So see also B obtusiangulum.

 

Synonyms Bulbophyllum andersonii Kurz 1870; Bulbophyllum griffithianum Parish & Rchb.f 1874; Bulbophyllum lepidum [Bl.]J. J. Sm. 1905; Bulbophyllum lepidum var. angustum Ridl. 1896; Bulbophyllum lepidum var. insigne J.J.Sm. 1920; Bulbophyllum rolfeanum Siedenfadden & Smitinand 1961; Bulbophyllum viscidum J.J. Sm. 1920; Cirrhopetalum andersonii [Kurz] Hkr. 1890; Cirrhopetalum ciliatum Klinge 1898; Cirrhopetalum flabellovernis [Koenig] Seidenfadden & Ormerad 1995; Cirrhopetalum gagnepanii Guillamin 1964; Cirrhopetalum lepidum (Blume) Schltr. 1911, Cirrhopetalum siamense Rolfe ex Downie 1925; Cirrhopetalum viscidum (J.J.Sm.) Garay, Hamer & Siegerist 1994 ; *Epidendrum falbellum vernis Koenig 1791; Ephippium lepidum Bl 1825; Phyllorchis andersonii (H. Kurz) Kuntze 1891; -orchidspecies.com

Found in India, Burma, Laos, Thailand, penninsular Malaysia, Cambodia, Vietnam and Indonesia in semi-deciduous and evergreen forests on mossy rocks and tree bases at elevations of 300 to 1100 meters as a miniature sized, hot to warm growing epiphyte with 2" apart on a woody rhizome between each conical, unevenly 5 angled, shiney pale green pseudobulbs carrying a single, apical, erect, oblong, shortly and obtusely bilobed apically, abruptly narrowing below into the shortly petiolate base leaf that blooms on 2 to 3, basal, 6" to 9" [15 to 22 cm cm] long, shiney purple inflorescence with 3 tubular, acute bracts and narrowly lanceolate, acute, concave, reddish brown floral bracts all holding the 11 to 13 flowers above the leaf and held in an umbel, that requires regular waterings and fertilizer, high humidity and good air circullation.

 

This species is most often bought as B/C lepidum but recently the name Epidendrum falbellum vernis was discovered to be the basionym of this species and as such the name Bulbophyllum flabellum-veneris (J.König) Aver. 2003 takes precedence

 

Bulbophyllum gamosepalum is often cited as a synonym of this species but if Garay is correct [see B gamosepalum] then these are both individual species.

 

B obtusiangulum is often cited as a synonym of this species but for now I have it and it's synonyms listed separtly. So see also B obtusiangulum.

 

Synonyms Bulbophyllum andersonii Kurz 1870; Bulbophyllum griffithianum Parish & Rchb.f 1874; Bulbophyllum lepidum [Bl.]J. J. Sm. 1905; Bulbophyllum lepidum var. angustum Ridl. 1896; Bulbophyllum lepidum var. insigne J.J.Sm. 1920; Bulbophyllum rolfeanum Siedenfadden & Smitinand 1961; Bulbophyllum viscidum J.J. Sm. 1920; Cirrhopetalum andersonii [Kurz] Hkr. 1890; Cirrhopetalum ciliatum Klinge 1898; Cirrhopetalum flabellovernis [Koenig] Seidenfadden & Ormerad 1995; Cirrhopetalum gagnepanii Guillamin 1964; Cirrhopetalum lepidum (Blume) Schltr. 1911, Cirrhopetalum siamense Rolfe ex Downie 1925; Cirrhopetalum viscidum (J.J.Sm.) Garay, Hamer & Siegerist 1994 ; *Epidendrum falbellum vernis Koenig 1791; Ephippium lepidum Bl 1825; Phyllorchis andersonii (H. Kurz) Kuntze 1891; -orchidspecies.com

SECTION Macrocaulia (Bl.) Aver 1994 Type for the section

 

Distribution: China (S. Yunnan) to W. & C. Malesia

36 CHC 41 THA 42 BOR JAW LSI MLY SUL SUM

 

Found in

[Asia-Temperate] China China South-Central

[Asia-Tropical] Indo-China Thailand, Malesia Borneo, Jawa, Lesser Sunda Is., Malaya, Sulawesi, Sumatera

 

Homotypic Synonyms:

* Diphyes ovalifolia Blume, Bijdr. Fl. Ned. Ind.: 318 (1825).

Phyllorkis ovalifolia (Blume) Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 2: 677 (1891).

(* Basionym/Replaced Synonym)

 

Heterotypic Synonyms:

Diphyes hirsuta Blume, Bijdr. Fl. Ned. Ind.: 318 (1825).

Diphyes pusilla Blume, Bijdr. Fl. Ned. Ind.: 317 (1825).

Diphyes tenella Blume, Bijdr. Fl. Ned. Ind.: 319 (1825).

Bulbophyllum hirsutum (Blume) Lindl., Gen. Sp. Orchid. Pl.: 49 (1830).

Bulbophyllum parvulum Lindl., Gen. Sp. Orchid. Pl.: 49 (1830).

Bulbophyllum tenellum (Blume) Lindl., Gen. Sp. Orchid. Pl.: 49 (1830).

Bulbophyllum pusillum (Blume) Rchb.f., Bonplandia (Hannover) 5: 57 (1857), nom. illeg.

Phyllorkis hirsuta (Blume) Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 2: 677 (1891).

Phyllorkis parvula (Lindl.) Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 2: 677 (1891).

Phyllorkis tenella (Blume) Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 2: 678 (1891).

Bulbophyllum tinea Ridl., J. Fed. Malay States Mus. 4: 66 (1909).

Bulbophyllum amblyoglossum Schltr., Repert. Spec. Nov. Regni Veg. 10: 95 (1911).

Bulbophyllum diploncos Schltr., Beibl. Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 104: 48 (1911).

Bulbophyllum ariel Ridl., J. Fed. Malay States Mus. 8(4): 94 (1917).

Bulbophyllum xylocarpi J.J.Sm., Bull. Jard. Bot. Buitenzorg, sér. 3, 9: 48 (1927).

Bulbophyllum ovatilabellum Seidenf., Dansk Bot. Ark. 33: 52 (1979).

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-Over 4000 less known Vernacular names of Major Indian Herbs (and its etymology) used in Diabetes: Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh

-Chhattisgarh Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-Orissa Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-Jharkhand Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-West Bengal Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-Maharashtra Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-Andhra Pradesh Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-Medicinal weeds in Rice crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Wheat crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Chickpea crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Tuar crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Soybean crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Sesame crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Linseed crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Sunflower crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Safflower crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Niger crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Buckwheat crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Green Gram crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Black Gram crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Lathyrus crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Cotton crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Jute crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Brinjal crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Tomato crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Potato crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Mesta crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Jowar crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Pearlmillet crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Kodo Millet crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Okra crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Kamar Dard me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Balo ke rogon me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Ghutne ke Dard me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Sir Dard me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Kamjori me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Motapa kam karne me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Pet ke Keede me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Kabj me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Naksir me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Fatigue me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Kaan Dard me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Bawasir me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Virya Badane me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Kil Muhanso me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Masik Darm ke samay upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Vaat Rogon me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Vitiligo me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Psoriasis me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Motiabind me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Khujli me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Safed Paani me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Garbhavsthaa me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Der tak Sex ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Hathi Pav ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Malaria ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Ghamori ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Phode-funsi ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Sardi-jukam ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Dama ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Khansi upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Lakwa ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Gathia ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Nind ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Mind aur Memory ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Danto ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Muh ke chhalon ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Mirgi ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Chakkar ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Sickling ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Pathari ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Pilea ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Medicinal Flora associated with Asian Farming Communities

-Comments of Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh on Therapeutic Orchids of Manipur

-Plants used as Live Fence in rural India

-Medicinal Plants for Herbal Gardens

-Medicinal Herbs associated with Tree Shade Therapy

-Medicinal plants associated with Horticulture Therapy

-Medicinal plants used in Ancient Herbo-yoga therapy

-Less researched Medicinal plants of Central India

-Medicinal plants associated with Ancient Tantra

-Gupt Rogon ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Atisar ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Dandruff ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Reedh ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Pashuon ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Medicinal Plants used in Religious Ceremonies

-Medicinal Plants used against evil spirits

-Medicinal Plants popular among tribal Tantriks

-Medicinal Plants used against Bed Bug (Cimex)

-Medicinal Plants used as Mosquito repellent

-Medicinal Plants used in snake bite

-Medicinal Plants used in Scorpion sting

-Medicinal Plants beneficial for newly wed couples

-Medicinal Plants traditionally used for wild fire management

-Emergency Herbs of Asia

-Medicinal Plants used by farmers working in deep water rice fields

-Medicinal Plants useful for alcoholics

-Medicinal Plants for harmful effects of Cannabis

-Sustainable Harvesting of Arjun bark (Terminalia arjuna) by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Sustainable Harvesting of Maida bark (Litsea glutinosa) by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Sustainable Harvesting of Lannea coromandelica bark by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Sustainable Harvesting of Mitragyna parvifolia bark by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Kanker

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Deobhog

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Niyamgiri Hills

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Amarkantak

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Mandla

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Chhindwara

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Narsinghnath

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Surguja

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Raigarh

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Jashpur

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Narayanpur

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Medak District

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Vidarbha

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Balaghat

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Sukma

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Bindranavagarh

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Pairi river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Narmada river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Mahanadi river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Jonk river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Indravati river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Sheonath river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Bagh river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Pench river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Shankhini river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Tava river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Chambal river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Krishna river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Ganga river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Yamuna river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Chhota Nagpur

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Panchmarhi

-Compilation of Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Works at Indira Gandhi Agricultural University, Raipur, India (1990-2001),

-Healing Wild Flowers of India

-Indian Forest Plants with promising antimicrobial activities

-Wrightia tinctoria and wild fruits based Traditional Herbal Formulations for Sickle Cell Anemia

-Wrightia tinctoria and Medicinal Dendrobium based Traditional Herbal Formulations for Sickle Cell Anemia

-Wrightia tinctoria and Wild Mushroom based Traditional Herbal Formulations for Sickle Cell Anemia

-Wrightia tinctoria and Medicinal Weeds based Traditional Herbal Formulations for Sickle Cell Anemia

-Wrightia tinctoria and Wild Tubers based Traditional Herbal Formulations for Sickle Cell Anemia

-Sustainable Harvesting of Pterocarpus marsupium bark by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Sustainable Harvesting of Terminalia chebula bark by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Sustainable Harvesting of Oroxylum indicum bark by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Sustainable Harvesting of Chloroxylon swietenia bark by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Medicinal Plants for harmful effects of Bidi smoking

-Medicinal Plants beneficial for Bare Foot Crushing Treatment

-Medicinal Plants used with Ancient Pelopathy

-Medicinal Plants for Medicinal Plant Garden designed for Diabetics

-Pankaj Oudhia’s research work on Parthenium hysterophorus (1990-2012)

-Forest Genetic Resources Conservation and Management in Traditional Healers ways

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Hyblaea puera in Tectona grandis

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Xyleutes ceramicus in Tectona grandis

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Xyleutes ceramicus in Gmelina arborea

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Phyllactinia guttata in Gmelina arborea

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Gnomonia sp. in Gmelina arborea

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Phomopsis tectonae in Tectona grandis

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Colletotrichum gloeosporioides in Tectona grandis

-Manage Diabetes Type 2 through Wild Fruits of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Hypertension through Wild Fruits of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Mental Stress through Wild Fruits of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Sleep Disorders through Wild Fruits of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Migraine through Wild Fruits of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Old wounds through Wild Fruits of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Dental Carries through Wild Fruits of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Life style diseases through Wild Fruits of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Obesity through Wild Fruits of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Leucoderma (Vitiligo) through Wild Orchids of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Diabetes Type 2 through Wild Orchids of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Hypertension through Wild Orchids of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Mental Stress through Wild Orchids of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Sleep Disorders through Wild Orchids of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Migraine through Wild Orchids of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Old wounds through Wild Orchids of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Dental Carries through Wild Orchids of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Life style diseases through Wild Orchids of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Obesity through Wild Orchids of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Leucoderma (Vitiligo) through Wild Orchids of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Fusarium solani in Albizia lebbeck

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Cercospora glauca in Albizia lebbeck

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Camptomeris albiziicola in Albizia lebbeck

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Ralstonia

solanacearum in Tectona grandis

 

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-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Senior Traditional Healers on Medicinal Rice.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Senior Traditional Healers on Lathyrus.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Senior Traditional Healers on Safed Musli.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Senior Traditional Healers on Mucuna pruriens.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Senior Traditional Healers on Giloy (Tinospora cordifolia)

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Senior Traditional Healers on Gulbakawali.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Senior Traditional Healers on Paneer Phool.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Senior Traditional Healers on Telia Kand.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Senior Traditional Healers on Wheat.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Senior Traditional Healers on Desi Maize.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Senior Traditional Healers on Medicinal Weeds.

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-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Senior Traditional Healers on Flora of Tamilnadu

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Senior Traditional Healers on Flora of Kerala

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Senior Traditional Healers on Flora of Karnataka

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Senior Traditional Healers on Flora of Andhra Pradesh

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Senior Traditional Healers on Flora of Odisha

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Senior Traditional Healers on Flora of Uttarakhand

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Senior Traditional Healers on Flora of Himachal Pradesh

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Senior Traditional Healers on Flora of Goa

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Senior Traditional Healers on Flora of Haryana

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Senior Traditional Healers on Flora of Punjab

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Senior Traditional Healers on Flora of Darjeeling

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Senior Traditional Healers on Flora of Nepal

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Senior Traditional Healers on Flora of Sri Lanka

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Antiarthritic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Antisickling activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Antidiabetic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Hepatoprotective activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Renoprotective activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Antidiabetic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Analgesic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Anthelmintic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Antibacterial activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Anticancer activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Anticholinergic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Anticoagulant activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Anticonvulsant activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Antidiuretic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Antiemetic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Antifungal activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Antihistaminic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Antiinflammatory activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Antipsoriasis activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Antipyretic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Antithiamine activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Antiulcer activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Antiviral activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Anti-urolithiasis activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Antifatigue activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Anticystic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Antifertility (male) activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Antifertility (Female) activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Antileukaemic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich Forest with Antiarrhythemic activity,

-Wound Healing medicinal plants of Telangana

-Wound Healing medicinal plants of Peninsular India

-Interactions with Traditional Healers of South India on promising wound healing medicinal plants,

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Chhattisgarh Farmers on Medicinal and Traditional Rice,

-Compilation of Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Works at Indira Gandhi Agricultural University, Raipur, India (1990-2001),

-Medicinal Orchids of Jharkhand in Traditional Formulations of Chhattisgarh

-Medicinal Orchids of Chhattisgarh in Traditional Formulations of Jharkhand

-Medicinal Orchids of Jharkhand in Traditional Formulations of Orissa

-Medicinal Orchids of Uttarakhand in Traditional Formulations of Chhattisgarh

-Medicinal Orchids of Chhattisgarh in Traditional Formulations of Madhya Pradesh

-Ficus based Herbal Formulations popular among the Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Orissa

-Terminalia based Herbal Formulations commonly used by the Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh, Orissa and Tamilnadu.

-Cassia based common Herbal Formulations in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

-Tephrosia based common Herbal Formulations in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

-Acacia based common Herbal Formulations in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

-Mahua based common Herbal Formulations in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

-Medicinal Rice based Herbal Formulations from Karnataka

-Medicinal Rice based Herbal Formulations from Orissa

-Importance of lowland Traditional Rice in Indian Traditional Healing

-Forgotten Ethnoveterinary Formulations of Asia

-Medicinal Weeds and related Herbal Formulations from Sri Lanka

-Healing Herbs associated with Ancient Yagyas from Nepal

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with herb traders of Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh

-50 common approaches adopted by the Traditional Healers of Africa and Asia.

-Organic Farming of Medicinal and Aromatic crops in India

-Indigenous plants used in Traditionally prepared Herbal Cigarettes

-That’s how popular smokes based on medicinal herbs play key role in public health in India

-Healing Flora of Bhutan and comments of Indian Traditional Healers

-Chinese Herbs used in Indian Traditional Healing

-Medicinal Mushroom species of Satpura Range

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Naga Sadhus on Cancer Formulations

-औषधीय खरपतवारों पर इंदिरा गाँधी कृषि विश्वविद्यालय, रायपुर में पंकज अवधिया का शोध कार्य (वर्ष १९९०-२००१)

-Kodo Millet as Tribal medicinal crop in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Orissa

-Ragi as Tribal medicinal crop in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Orissa

-Kutki Millet as Tribal medicinal crop in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Orissa

-Sawa as Tribal medicinal crop in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Orissa

-Indigenous Knowledge on Medicinal Plants: Pankaj Oudhia’s Interactions with senior Millet growers of Central India

-Indigenous Knowledge on Medicinal Plants: Pankaj Oudhia’s Interactions with senior Millet growers of South India

-Indigenous Knowledge on Medicinal Plants: Pankaj Oudhia’s Interactions with senior Rice growers of Andhra Pradesh

-Over 3000 less known Vernacular names of Major Indian Herbs (and its etymology) used in Diabetes: Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Traditional Healers of Karnataka

-Over 2000 less known Vernacular names of Major Indian Herbs (and its etymology) used in Diabetes: Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Traditional Healers of Kerala

-Over 4000 less known Vernacular names of Major Indian Herbs (and its etymology) used in Diabetes: Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh

-Kamar Dard me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Balo ke rogon me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Ghutne ke Dard me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Sir Dard me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Kamjori me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Motapa kam karne me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Pet ke Keede me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Kabj me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Naksir me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Facial Paralysis me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Kaan Dard me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Bawasir me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Virya Badane me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Kil Muhanso me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Masik Darm ke samay upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Vaat Rogon me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Vitiligo me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Psoriasis me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Motiabind me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Khujli me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Safed Paani me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Garbhavsthaa me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Der tak Sex ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Hathi Pav ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Malaria ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Ghamori ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Phode-funsi ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Sardi-jukam ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Dama ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Khansi upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Lakwa ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Gathia ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Nind ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Mind aur Memory ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Danto ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Muh ke chhalon ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Mirgi ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Chakkar ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Sickling ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Pathari ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Pilea ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Medicinal Flora associated with Asian Farming Communities

-Comments of Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh on Therapeutic Orchids of Manipur

-Plants used as Live Fence in rural India

-Medicinal Plants for Herbal Gardens

-Medicinal Herbs associated with Tree Shade Therapy

-Medicinal plants associated with Horticulture Therapy

-Medicinal plants used in Ancient Herbo-yoga therapy

-Less researched Medicinal plants of Central India

-Medicinal plants associated with Ancient Tantra

-Gupt Rogon ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Atisar ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Dandruff ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Reedh ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Pashuon ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Medicinal Plants used in Religious Ceremonies

-Medicinal Plants used against evil spirits

-Medicinal Plants popular among tribal Tantriks

-Medicinal Plants used against Bed Bug (Cimex)

-Medicinal Plants used as Mosquito repellent

-Medicinal Plants used in snake bite

-Medicinal Plants used in Scorpion sting

-Medicinal Plants beneficial for newly wed couples

-Medicinal Plants traditionally used for wild fire management

-Emergency Herbs of Asia

-Medicinal Plants used by farmers working in deep water rice fields

-Medicinal Plants useful for alcoholics

-Medicinal Plants for harmful effects of Cannabis

-Medicinal Plants for harmful effects of Bidi smoking

-Medicinal Plants beneficial for Bare Foot Crushing Treatment

-Medicinal Plants used with Ancient Pelopathy

-Medicinal Plants for Medicinal Plant Garden designed for Diabetics

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Oxyrachis tarandus Fabricius (Hemiptera: Membracidae) in Acacia nilotica

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Taragama siva Lefevre; Beeson 1941: 478-479. in Acacia nilotica

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Homoeocerus signatus Walker (Hemiptera: Coreidae) in Acacia nilotica

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Drosicha spp. (Hemiptera; Margarodidae) in Acacia nilotica

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Drosicha spp. (Hemiptera; Margarodidae) in Acacia nilotica

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Drosicha spp. (Hemiptera; Margarodidae) in Shorea robusta

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Drosicha spp. (Hemiptera; Margarodidae) in Butea monosperma

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Drosicha spp. (Hemiptera; Margarodidae) in Terminalia arjuna

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Drosicha spp. (Hemiptera; Margarodidae) in Pongamia pinnata

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Eurybrachys tomentosa fabr.; 1775:324 (Hemiptera: Fulgoridae) in Vitex negundo

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Eurybrachys tomentosa fabr.; 1775:324 (Hemiptera: Fulgoridae) in Cassia fistula

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Eurybrachys tomentosa fabr.; 1775:324 (Hemiptera: Fulgoridae) in Santalum album

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Taragama siva Lefevre; Beeson 1941: 478-479. in Moringa oleifera

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Bacterial Wilt Pseudomonas solanacearum in Tomato

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Early Blight Alternaria solani in Tomato

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Damping Off Pythium aphanidermatum in Tomato

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Wilt Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. Lycopersici in Tomato

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Powdery Mildew Leveillula taurica in Tomato

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Holotrichia spp. in Tectona grandis

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Sahyadrassus malabaricus in Tectona grandis

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Hyblaea puera in Tectona grandis

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Xyleutes ceramicus in Tectona grandis

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Xyleutes ceramicus in Gmelina arborea

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Phyllactinia guttata in Gmelina arborea

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Gnomonia sp. in Gmelina arborea

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Phomopsis tectonae in Tectona grandis

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Colletotrichum gloeosporioides in Tectona grandis

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Fusarium solani in Albizia lebbeck

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Cercospora glauca in Albizia lebbeck

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Camptomeris albiziicola in Albizia lebbeck

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Ralstonia

solanacearum in Tectona grandis

 

This Picture is part of Pankaj Oudhia’s E-book series (The list is given below)

 

Healing Herbs of Acanthaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Aceraceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Agavaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Aizoaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Alismataceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Alliaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Altingiaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Amaranthaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Amaryllidaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Anacardiaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Annonaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Apiaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Apocynaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Araceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Araliaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Arecaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Aristolochiaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Asparagaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Asphodelaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Asteraceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Balsaminaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Berberidaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Betulaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Bignoniaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Boraginaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Brassicaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Bromeliaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Cactaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Campnaulaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Cannabaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Cannaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Caryophyllaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Caprifoliaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Celastraceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Convallariaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Convolvulaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Cornaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Costaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Crassulaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Cucurbitaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Cyperaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Droseraceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Ebenaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Ericaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Epacridaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Fabaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Fagaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Fumariaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Gentianaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Geraniaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Gesneriaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Goodeniaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Grossulariaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Haemodoraceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Hamamelidaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Heliconiaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Hippocastanaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Hydrangeaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Hydrophyllaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Illiciaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Iridaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Juglandaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Juncaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Lamiaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Lauraceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Lentibulariaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Liliaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Loasaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Loranthaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Lythraceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Magnoliaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Malvaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Malpighiaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Marantaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Melanthiaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Moraceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Musaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Nyctaginaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Nymphaeaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Oleaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Onagraceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Orchidaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Orobanchaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Oxalidacea and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Papaveraceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Parnassiaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Philydraceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Phytolaccaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Piperaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Pittosporaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Platanaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Poaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Polemoniaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Polygonaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Pontederiaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Portulacaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Primulaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Proteaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Pyrolaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Ranunculaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Rhamnaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Rosaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Rubiaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Rutaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Salicaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Sapindaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Sarraceniaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Saxifragaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Schisandraceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Scrophulariaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Solanaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Strelitziaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Styracaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Themidaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Tofieldiaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Trilliaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Typhaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Ulmaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Urticaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Verbenaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Violaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders, Healing Herbs of Viscaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Vitaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Winteraceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Zingiberaceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

Healing Herbs of Zosteraceae and related Herbal Formulations for Urination Disorders,

 

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Title: The standard cyclopedia of horticulture; a discussion, for the amateur, and the professional and commercial grower, of the kinds, characteristics and methods of cultivation of the species of plants grown in the regions of the United States and Canada for ornament, for fancy, for fruit and for vegetables; with keys to the natural families and genera, descriptions of the horticultural capabilities of the states and provinces and dependent islands, and sketches of eminent horticulturists

Year: 1916 (1910s)

Authors: Bailey, L. H. (Liberty Hyde), 1858-1954

Subjects: Gardening

Publisher: New York, The Macmillan Co. [etc., etc.]

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ms. dis-tinct to the base but conniving in a tube; stamens 6;style 3-fid. at the top.—One variable species, treated ingeneral as crocuses are cult. Allied to Merendera, towhich some of the former species are referred. vernum, Linn. Fig. 691. Blooms in gardens inearliest spring before the Ivs. appear, the fls. restingnearly on the ground: fls. rosy purple, white-spottedon the interior, 1-3 from each bulb: Ivs. broad and chan-nelled. B.M. l.)3 (cf. Fig. 691). F.S. 11:1149. Gn. 75,p. 409.—Bulbs should be taken up and divided every2 or 3 years. Plant in the fall. LTsually blooms inadvance of the crocus. B. versicolor, Spreng. (B.riithenicum, Bunge), is a small handsome form. L. H. B. BULBOPHtLLUM (Greek, bulb-leaf). Orchidacex.F,pii)hylic ])laiit.s, creeping upon rocks or trees; cult, inthe wannhouse. P.scudobulbs 1-2-lvd in the axils of the sheaths, andwith the ind. arising from the base of the pseudobulb:fls. small and numerous in a raceme, or larger and few BULBOPHYLLUM BULLACE 597

 

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691. Bulbocodium vernum. or solitary; dorsal sepal erect or spreading, free, equal-ing or shorter than the lateral, whicli are obliquelybroadened at the base and adnate to the foot of thecolumn; petals shorter than or nearly equaling the sepals; lip articulated tothe foot of the column,incumbent upon thecolumn; pollinia 4.—Agenus of about 125 spe-cies, mostly natives ofTrop. Asia and Afr.—Bulbophyllum needs amoist atmosphere andshould not become dry.Grown on pieces ofwood or tree-fern stems. A. Fls. large, solitary.B Petals and lip minute;sepals tessellated imthpale brown and yel-low. grandiflorum, Blume.Pseudobulbs 2-3 in.■yj ,^ K ^VUC\ ^ V long, 1-lvd.: If. up to 10//it ^/\l ^■^ ^ ^ °^ ^^^ ^ ^° ^•o^^ / 1/ /[ l^lv emarginate at the apex: I I ( (I i\ V peduncle usually not ex- ceeding the If. with 2-4bracts and a solitarylarge fl. about 8 in. long;sepals tessellated with pale brown and yellow spots, thedorsal sepal arcuate and incurved, the sides reflexed,the lateral sepal

  

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Distribution: China (S. Yunnan) to W. & C. Malesia

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Distribution: China (S. Yunnan) to W. & C. Malesia

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