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dief·fen·bach·i·a (d f n-bä k - , -b k - ). n.

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Dieffenbachia maculata 'Rudolf Roehrs'1
of Florida, Gainesville, 32611. Figure 1. Spotted Dumbcane.
Figure 1. Xanthomonas leaf spot or blight of dieffenbachia. BACTERIAL DISEASES OF ANTHURIUM, DIEFFENBACHIA,.
Idioblasts The common house plant, Dieffenbachia picta is often
Poisoning With Dieffenbachia
Idioblasts in Dieffenbachia: Effect of SDS on Raphide Ejection
Describe the appearance of idioblasts and raphides of Dieffenbachia. 4. Describe Explain why Dieffenbachia is called commonly called dumb cane.

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Their children have been photographed over the years with the variegated plant, which they believe might be a dieffenbachia, based on an Internet search to identify it.
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Dieffenbachia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dieffenbachia 1] is a genus of tropical plants in the Family Araceae noted for their patterned leaves.
Dieffenbachia (Dumb Cane) Plant Care - Houseplant Care Tips
Aug 24, 2006 Stay up to date with Dieffenbachia (Dumb Cane) Plant Care guidelines and advice.
Questions On Dieffenbachia
Q: I have a dieffenbachia in my house. After this winter, the plant started to spread .
Dieffenbachia poisoning: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia
Dieffenbachia is a type of house plant with large, colorful leaves. Poisoning can occur if you eat the leaves of this plant.
Most cultivars are derived from Dieffenbachia seguina. A well-grown dieffenbachia may reach 5 ft.

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