Gnetum gnemon

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Noun1.Gnetum gnemon - small tropical tree with tiered branches and divaricate branchlets having broad glossy dark green leaves; exploited for its edible young leaves and seeds that provide a fine flour
genus Gnetum - type genus of the Gnetaceae; small trees or shrubs usually with climbing jointed stems and terminal spikes of flowers with orange-red seeds clustered in rough cones
gymnospermous tree - any tree of the division Gymnospermophyta
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The storage of starch in roots of Gnetum gnemon is considerable (Figs.
A total of 8 species of trees were found, namely, Tectona grandis, Swietenia mahagoni, Acacia auriculiformis, and other trees such as Samanea saman, Gnetum gnemon, Alstonia scholaris, Parkia speciosa, and Tamarindus indica.
Hashimoto, "Resveratrol derivative-rich melinjo (Gnetum gnemon L.) seed extract improves obesity and survival of C57BL/6 mice fed a high-fat diet," Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry, vol.
Tani et al., "Trans-Resveratrol in Gnetum gnemon protects against oxidative-stress-induced endothelial senescence," Journal of Natural Products, vol.
resinosa, Y09611), (80%, Zamia fischeri, KC899695.1), GGM9 (76%, Gnetum gnemon, AJ132215.1), GbMADS3 (76%, G.
(2009) analyzed the evolution of WOX family in two basal angiosperms (Amborella trichopoda and Nymphaeajamesoniana) and three gymnosperms (Pinus sylvestris, Ginkgo biloba, and Gnetum gnemon) and observed common ancestors of WOX members in monocots and dicots [18].
(1908).The Embryo sac and embryo of Gnetum gnemon. Botanical Gazette, 46(1), 43-49.
Melinjo Resveratrol is a natural, unaltered resveratrol source extracted from the seeds of the melinjo (Gnetum gnemon) tree.
It is known that Puk Miang (Gnetum gnemon L.) is the queen of local vegetables in southern Thailand because it can well grow and usually cooked in these areas (Julkaew, 1996).
In the lowlands, fibre from the bark of the tu-lip (Gnetum gnemon) is reported as having been the most commonly used material (Kelm & Kelm 1980: 178; Kooijman 1962: 21), although Phaleria sp.