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Noun1.Marantaceae - tropical perennial herbs with usually starchy rhizomesMarantaceae - tropical perennial herbs with usually starchy rhizomes
liliopsid family, monocot family - family of flowering plants having a single cotyledon (embryonic leaf) in the seed
Musales, order Musales - tropical plants
genus Maranta - herbs of tropical America
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But the nation also enjoys fufu (a stiff porridge staple made with cassava or maize flour), safou (a purple fruit which looks a bit like a large olive, and is usually boiled and salted before eating), saka saka (a local favourite made with cassava leaves and salt fish), and makobe (freshwater fish seasoned with chili and cooked in the local marantaceae leaves).
In the advanced stage of regeneration: Score f) In the sub-forest, shrub and herbaceous strata appear 7 56 with greater or lesser frequency, with the shrubs being predominantly those already mentioned for the previous stage (Ombrophilous shrubs) and the herbaceous species consisting predominantly of Bromeliaceae, Araceae, Marantaceae, and Heliconiaceae, mainly in the humid areas.
vivipara L., Dactylis glomerata L., Poa x jemtlandica K.Richt.), as well as the Zingiberales (Costaceae Nakai and Marantaceae R.Br.).
Insect diversity in phytotelmata habitats of two host plants, Heliconia stricte/ Huber (Heliconiaceae) and Calathea lutea Schult (Marantaceae) in the south-east Amazon of Peru.
Fannang et al., "Natural Substances for the Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles against Escherichia coli: The Case of Megaphrynium macrostachyum (Marantaceae), Corchorus olitorus (Tiliaceae), Ricinodendron heudelotii (Euphorbiaceae), Gnetum bucholzianum (Gnetaceae), and Ipomoea batatas (Convolvulaceae)," Journal of Nanomaterials, vol.
Contrasting patterns of gene flow between sister plant species in the understory of African moist forests-The case of sympatric and parapatric Marantaceae species.
Prominent among plant families used in plaitwork are Arecaceae (rattans, fan-palms, sago palms), Poaceae/Gramineae (bamboos), Pandanaceae (screw-pines), Cyperaceae (sedges), Zingiberaceae (gingers), as well as Hypoxidaceae, Marantaceae, Gleicheniaceae, and Moraceae.