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1993
16
4
Amy Donovan From the editor
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1993
16
5-11
Julius O. Boos, Hans E. Boos Additions to the aroid flora of Trinidad with notes on their probable origins and uses (Buy)
 ABSTRACT: These notes are based on collections and observations commencing in July 1988, when the senior author visited his homeland. They document recent discoveries of both native and introduced species of aroids and attempt where possible to explain reasons for some of the introductions.
1993
16
12-20
Dorothy E. Shaw Aroid postage stamps of the world (Buy)
 ABSTRACT: Some countries have issued postal stamps featuring aroids, as described below. This information may also prove of interest as background material if members of the International Aroid Society, readers of Aroideana, or other aroid enthusiasts wish at some future time to recommend the issue of aroid stamps to their respective postal authorities.
1993
16
21-23
K. Kiran Mai, M. Radhakrishnaiah A note on the phenolic constituents of Acorus
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 ABSTRACT: Notwithstanding the phenolic acid profile that reinforces the earlier flavonoid chemistry and a few resemblances, the totality of evidence from diverse disciplines outweighs the similarities between Acorus and allied taxa. Hence an independent familial status for Acorus is preferred over a sequestered status in Araceae.
1993
16
24-30
John H. Johnston Discover a new world (Buy)
 ABSTRACT: For years I had been at least a little jealous every time I talked to anyone who had been on a plant collecting trip. It didn't make any difference where they had been. It could be Central or South America, Southeast Asia, or any other place in the tropics. Even when I merely read an article about a trip, I would be jealous. Well I'm not jealous anymore! l've made my first trip; now I can't understand why I never went before. I'm sure fear of the unknown had some bearing on it.
1993
16
31-32
Peter C. Boyce A possible defense mechanism in Scindapsus latifolius (Araceae: Monsteroideae)
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 ABSTRACT: Superficial exposure of trichosclereids is reported in Scindapsus latifolius M. Hotta (1966) .
1993
16
33-36
Julius O. Boos Experiencing Urospathas (Buy)
 ABSTRACT: Urospatha, with their magnificent, large sagittate leaves with purple and green patterned petioles and elongated spathes in muted colors of bronze and ivory elegantly twisted at their tips, possess a somber beauty you may find hard to ignore or resist.
1993
16
37-46
Gitte Peterson Chromosome numbers of the genera Araceae (Buy)
 ABSTRACT: An overview of the chromosome numbers of the genera of Araceae is given.