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XXIII Ficus Chiae

Mantle autotomy of Ficus ficus (Gastropoda: Ficidae)

The micromorphology and protein characterization of rubber particles in Ficus carica, Ficus benghalensis and Hevea brasiliensis

N:P stoichiometry in Ficus racemosa and its mutualistic pollinator

Keystone resource (Ficus) chemistry explains lick visitation by frugivorous bats

Seed dormancy and germination of Ficus lundellii and tropical forest restoration

Young Daughter Cladodes Affect CO2 Uptake by Mother Cladodes of Opuntia ficus-indica

Interspecific Variation of Plant Traits Associated with Resistance to Herbivory Among Four Species of Ficus (Moraceae)

Mating Disruption of Planococcus ficus (Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae) in Vineyards Using Reservoir Pheromone Dispensers

Hot-Water Treatments for Control of Planococcus ficus (Homoptera: Pseudococcidae) on Dormant Grape Cuttings

Effect of Temperature on the Development and Longevity of Planococcus ficus (Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae)

Molecular Divergence in Allopatric Ceratosolen (Agaonidae) Pollinators of Geographically Widespread Ficus (Moraceae) Species

Baseline Susceptibility of Planococcus ficus (Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae) From California to Select Insecticides

Insecticidal activity of plant essential oils against the vine mealybug, Planococcus ficus

Purification and Characterization of an Antifungal Chitinase in Jelly Fig (Ficus awkeotsang) Achenes

Comparison of light-regulated seed germination in Ficus spp. and Cecropia obtusifolia: ecological implications

Phylogenetic Relationships of Fig Wasps Pollinating Functionally Dioecious Ficus Based on Mitochondrial DNA Sequences and Morphology


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(figs; family Moraceae)

A big genus of trees, stranglers, root-climbers, and epiphytes which produce watery latex. The leaves usually have conspicuous stipules enveloping the bud. The flowers are minute, unisexual, and inserted on a concave receptacle forming a closed sphere. They are pollinated by specialized wasps. Many are cauliflorous. The fruits are tiny drupes enclosed in a receptacle, which is often brightly coloured and is eaten by many birds and mammals, which disperse the seeds. The receptacle of F. carica is the fig eaten by humans. F. religiosa is the pipal-tree or bodh-tree. There are about 800 species, most of which are tropical.

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry.

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