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Flower formation in Eucharis amazonica Linden ex Planchon

Flower formation in Eucharis amazonica Linden ex Planchon

Acta Horticulturae (177, vol. I.): 157-164

Flower formation in Eucharis amazonica was induced when the plants were exposed to 4 weeks at 27 degrees C followed by 21 degrees. Some 80-100% of the plants flowered after 90 to 95 days at 21 degrees. The bulb produced one terminal growing tip. At 21 degrees it changed from vegetative to generative, and a vegetative lateral growing tip was formed. All flowers of the inflorescence (2 helicoid cymes) were completed after 28 days at 21 degrees.

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