Pandanaceae


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Noun1.Pandanaceae - family of woody plants of the order Pandanales including pandanus
liliopsid family, monocot family - family of flowering plants having a single cotyledon (embryonic leaf) in the seed
order Pandanales, Pandanales - families Typhaceae; Sparganiaceae; Pandanaceae
genus Pandanus - type genus of the Pandanaceae (as screw pines)
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(Pandanaceae), Hibiscus esculentus (Malvaceae), Cannabis sativa (Cannabaceae), P.
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.
Sarker, "Assessment of neuropharmacological activities of Pandanus foetidus (Pandanaceae) in mice," Die Pharmazie-An International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, vol.
On the other hand, Pandanus amaryllifolius is a member of the family Pandanaceae consisting of a group of plants generally referred to as "screw pines.
Milne Edwards, 1837 are associated to Pandanaceae (CUMBERLIDGE et al., 2005; NG & LIU, 2003; SCHUBART et al., 2003; THIERCELIN & SCHUBART, 2014).
The Ayurvedic plant Pandanus odoratissimus Linn belonging to the family Pandanaceae Pandanus comprises 500600 species and is distributed mainly in subtropical and tropical regions; out of these, 36 species have been recorded in India.
Pandan (Pandanus amaryllifolius Roxb.) is a tropical plant of the family Pandanaceae. Pandan has narrow and strap-shaped green leaves with a spiral arrangement [8].
Pandan comes from the thatch screwpine herb (Pandanaceae tectorius) and bignay, horseradish tree, and saw palmetto, with accompanying famous herbs for kidney-and immune-boosting health: ngai camphor tree, holy basil, yerba buena, pansit-pansitan, Chinese chaste tree, Indian tinospora, Madagascar periwinkle, Rauwolfia, and Panax ginseng.
(Pandanaceae), Fog 17, tray 7, [male] (AMNH_PBI 00340260) (BMNH).