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Conservation of select South African Disa Berg. species (Orchidaceae) through in vitro seed germination.
Disa comprises 163 species, 131 of which occur in South Africa (SA). The genus is distributed across winter- and summer-rainfall areas, but few species transverse both climatic regions. Species are therefore regarded as ...
Pollination, floral deception and evolutionary processes in Eulophia (Orchidaceae) and its allies.
Orchids provide a model system for addressing evolutionary and ecological questions both because of their species diversity, and because the packaging of their pollen into pollinia facilitates the estimation of male and ...
South African medicinal orchids : a pharmacological and phytochemical evaluation.
The Orchidaceae makes up the largest and most diverse family of flowering plants. Orchids are popular, often expensive ornamentals, with a broad range of ethnobotanical applications. There is very limited documented ...