Altitude range: It can be found close to sea level near sea level to metres. Habitat and ecology: Rocky hillsides and gravelly slopes, Lower Sonoran Zone. It is threatened by habitat loss and collection of plants for horticulture. Description: Mammillaria angelensis is a small columnar cactus usually simple, sometimes clustering with white radial spines and dark brown hooked centrals. The flowers re white or pink with darker midviens. Do not confound with Mammillaria san-angelensis , a different rare specie native from close to the city of Mexico.
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Search took: 0. Brunner, I. Abstract Abstract. For this reason is urgently required to increase its genetic variability. The induction of point mutations through irradiation of in vitro plantlets can favour the survival of this plant. Radiosensibility experiments using gamma rays were performed in order to determine the primary effects of radiation in in vitro plantlets of this species as a necessary preliminary for the use of the mutation induction strategy.
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Mammillaria haageana subsp. schmollii
Mammillaria haageana subsp. san-angelensis (Sánchez-Mej.) D.R.Hunt