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Common Names: Silver Vase, urn-plant, Urn Plant



1.  Ectopic expression of the Aechmea fasciata APETALA2 gene AfAP2-2 reduces seed size and delays flowering in Arabidopsis.LinkIT
Lei M, Li ZY, Wang JB, Fu YL, Xu L
Plant physiology and biochemistry : PPB, 2019
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2.  Constitutive Expression of Aechmea fasciata SPL14 (AfSPL14) Accelerates Flowering and Changes the Plant Architecture in Arabidopsis.LinkIT
Lei M, Li ZY, Wang JB, Fu YL, Ao MF, Xu L
International journal of molecular sciences, 2018
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3.  Suitability of Tillandsia usneoides and Aechmea fasciata for biomonitoring toxic elements under tropical seasonal climate.LinkIT
Giampaoli P, Wannaz ED, Tavares AR, Domingos M
Chemosphere, 2016
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4.  AfAP2-1, An Age-Dependent Gene of Aechmea fasciata, Responds to Exogenous Ethylene Treatment.LinkIT
Lei M, Li ZY, Wang JB, Fu YL, Ao MF, Xu L
International journal of molecular sciences, 2016
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5.  Strategies for the micropropagation of bromeliads.LinkIT
Guerra MP, Dal Vesco LL
Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.), 2010
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6.  Highly efficient uptake of phosphorus in epiphytic bromeliads.LinkIT
Winkler U, Zotz G
Annals of botany, 2009
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7.  First Report of Leaf Rot Caused by Fusarium oxysporum and Pythium aphanidermatum on Aechmea fasciata in Hainan Province, China.LinkIT
Rongyi Z, Zhiqiong T, Shanying C
Plant disease, 2003
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