Aroideana Volume 6

Volume 6 from 1983 contains 54 articles in 4 Issues.

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Author Title
Jerry BengisThe year ahead: Jerry Bengis, President
David PrudhommePresident's profile
Dewey E. FiskFrom the editor's Desk
Bette WaterburyTracking down the elusive Philodendron "Santa Leopoldina"
Father Eugene MiddendorfThe remarkable shooting idioblasts
Bette WaterburyThe third annual aroid show and sale
Mark D. MofflerA commentary on the anatomy of a neotropical species of Homalomena
Stu CramerAroid profile number 8 Remusatia vivipara
 AnonymousPhotograph: Rhaphidophora aurea
John BantaWhat's in a name?
 AnonymousPhotograph: Arisema [sic] trifolum
Joe WrightQueries?
 AnonymousFirst general membership meeting
M. Sivadasan and Dan H. NicolsonArisaema nilamburense, a new name for a threatened species of India (Araceae)
 AnonymousHints . . .
Thomas B. CroatA new species of ornamental Philodendron (Araceae)
G. HennenThe basics of plant tissue culture
Luis BuenoThe metropolitan Miami flower show aroid exhibit
David J. LeedyThe Los Angeles spring plant and flower show
Linda TheusA tour of Selby Botanical Gardens
Joe WrightQueries
David J. LeedyRound Robins
D. PrudhommePhotograph: Philodendron sodiroi
D. Prudhomme and M. JohnsonPhotograph: Schismatoglottis calyptrata
 AnonymousLetter. . .
John BantaLetter to the editor
 AnonymousNew Members for 1983
 AnonymousHelpful hints . . .
Thomas B. CroatHeinrich Gustav Adolph Engler
James B. WatsonA new name for Xanthosoma lindenii
M. Johnson and D. PrudhommePhotograph: Caladium lindenii
R. J. HennyStimulation of flowering in Aglaonema with gibberellic acid (GA3)
M. Johnson and D. PrudhommePhotograph: Alocasia zebrina inflorescence
Lawrence E. GarnerHybridizing alocasias for the landscape
Sara OldfieldTrade in endangered species
Thomas B. Croat and Richard D. ShefferThe sectional groupings of Anthurium (Araceae)
 AnonymousWe regret to announce the loss of member Bill Virden
Dewey FiskFrom the editor's desk
A. Fernandez and D. PrudhommePhotograph: Aglaonema costatum Brown
F. D. GhaniOrnamental and edible aroids of peninsular Malaysia
Dr. Thomas B. CroatThe origin of Anthurium leuconeurum
R. J. Henny and W. C. FoosheeFlowering of Aglaonema with gibberellic acid (GA3) A follow up report
Bette WaterburyThe history of the IAS
Linda TheusFourth annual show and sale
D. PrudhommePistia stratiotes "Growoff"
Joe WrightQueries
 AnonymousAustralian newsletter
 AnonymousNew members for 1983
 AnonymousErrata for vol. 6, no. 3