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Proyecto Cactus 1°3vesp Proyecto Cactus 1°3vesp Presentation Transcript

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  • Contact Carmen Jimenez - info@cactimundo.com tel. (624) 14 69191. all rights reserved Cactimundo 2009 © - site developed by aleph studio.com®
    • Cactimundo , the leading company dealing in cacti in Latin America, was founded 20 years ago.
    • At Cactimundo , you will find cacti and succulent plants from all over the world as well as endangered species that are almost extinct in their natural habitats today!
    • Ever since its foundation, Cactimundo has dedicated itself to the conservation of cacti and succulents.
    • NAME: TACITUS BELLUS
    • ORIGIN: OAXACA, MÉXICO
    • Details: Chihuahua Flower is a glabrous, succulent, perennial herb of West Mexico, is propagated by the division of offshoots, rooted in moist sand
    • NAME: ECHEVERIA NODULOSA
    • ORIGIN: MÉXICO
    • Details: It is a slow growing succulent forming rosettes that grow on branching stems 8 to 12 inches tall.
    • NAME: FAUCARIA TUBERCULOSA
    • ORIGIN: SOUTH AFRICA
    • Details: Fragrant, yellow tubular to urn-shaped flowers. Frost tender, miniumum temperatures of 45-59F are required. Prefers full sun to partial shade, well drained soil.
    • NAME: KALANCHOE THYRSIFLORA
    • ORIGIN: MADAGASCAR
    • Details: Fragrant, yellow tubular to urn-shaped flowers. Frost tender, miniumum temperatures of 45-59F are required. Prefers full sun to partial shade, well drained soil.
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    • The family belongs to Cacti and succulent plants, a large majority, prickly, known collectively as cacti or cactuses Many other species of cacti have become naturalized in conditions similar to those of their habitat in other parts of the world, once introduced by people.
    • Many succulent plants in both the Old and the New World, have a striking resemblance to the cactus the clearest identifying characteristic of the cactus family is the areola, a specialized structure from which the spines and new shoots, in many cases, the flowers.
    • Cacti are considered to have evolved from a 30 to 40 million years.
    • The stems of the cactus, which basically comprise the body of the plant are thickened by the development of the parenchyma and its green color because they are photosynthetic.
    • Three main forms of stem:
      • Cladodes: stems flattened paddle-shaped (like cacti)
      • Columnar: cylindrical stems (with or without branching).
      • Globose: almost spherical bearing stems barrel (as in biznagas)
    • Areoles, usually maintain two areas of growth.
    • At the top are produced flowers (flowering meristems) and espinulíferos meristems in the bottom.
    • Areoles develop multiple hairs or trichomes (like cotton fibers) and bones (and in genres older leaves).
    • The Greek word Κακτους in Theophrastus Historia Plantarum
    • The word derives from Greek cactus Κάκτος Kakteen,
    • Cactus Carduus derived the Latin word, which eventually led to the Spanish thistle.
    • During the Middle Ages the word cactus was the usual name for the edible artichoke.
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    • www. cactimundo .com
    • www.wikipedia.org
    • www.monografias.com
    • www. mexico desconocido.com.mx