Musaceae


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Musaceae

(mū-zās′ē-ē″) [L. Musa, banana (the name of the type genus) + -aceae]
The family of flowering tropical plants that includes the fruit-bearing banana and plantain tree.
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Musaceae Bichi kola English Plantain 17 Eccinolochloa colona Poeceae Moina ghash (L.) Link English: Jungle rice 18 Oryza saliva L.
Diro y Staden (2004) evaluaron los beneficios del carbon activado en la germinacion de Ensete ventricosum (Musaceae) y obtuvieron porcentajes de germinacion del 75 a 100%.
(Musaceae); bird of paradise; breadfruit, Artocarpus altilis (Parkinson) Fosberg (Moraceae); citrus, Citrus spp.
The substrates used in the cultivations consisted of banana leaves (Family Musaceae) previously autoclaved and left in immersion and aeration in water for seven days to remove the lignin.
singularis Chevrolat, seem to be associated with wilted foliage of several species of Musaceae: Musa sapientum L.
Hypoglycemic effect of methanolic extract of Musa paradisiaca (Musaceae) green fruits in normal and diabetic mice.
Table 1: Name of species according to their family Family Name of Species Acanthaceae Adhatodavasica Anacardiaceae Mangifera Indica Apiaceae Centellaasiatica Apocynaceae Calotropis gigantean Arecaceae Phoenix sylvestris Borassusflaballifer NypaFruticans Phoenix paludosa Caricaceae Carica papaya Combretaceae Terminalia catappa Ebenaceae Diospyros peregrine Elaeocarpaceae Elaeocarpus robustus Euphorbiaceae Excoecariaagallocha Fabaceae Tamarindus indicus Albizialebbeck Acacia auriculiformis Vachellianilotica Pithecellobium dulce Lamiaceae Ocimumtenuiflorum Lythraceae Lawsoniainermis Punicagranatum Sonneratiaapetala Bombax ceiba Malvaceae Gossypium arboretum Azadiractaindica Meliaceae Swieteniamahagony Moraceae Artocarphusheterophyllus Moringaceae Moringa oleifera Musaceae Musa spp.
Individuos vegetales por familia botanica Familia botanica Numero de Familia botanica Numero de individuos individuos vegetales vegetales Adoxaceae 78 Meliaceae 17 Araucariaceae 4 Moraceae 25 Arecaceae 5 Musaceae 1 Asparagaceae 10 Myrsinaceae 11 Asteraceae 30 Myrtaceae 379 Betulaceae 39 Nyctaginaceae 1 Bignoniaceae 138 Oleaceae 98 Cupressaceae 71 Qnagraceae 2 Elaeocarpaceae 6 Papaveraceae 4 Escalloniaceae 37 Pinaceae 56 Euphorbiaceae 53 Piperaceae 23 Fagaceae 33 Pittosporaceae 273 Lauraceae 3 Podocarpaceae 4 Leguminosae 900 Rosaceae 74 Lythraceae 13 Salicaceae 149 Magnoliaceae 1 Solanaceae 1 Melastomataceae 22 Verbenaceae 31 Fuente: elaboracion propia TABLA 2.
Among these is Musa paradisiaca, which belongs to the Musaceae family, grows abundantly in many developing countries, and as food is considered one of the most important sources of energy for people who live in the humble regions of many countries [11].
The list of "Economically important plants recorded as being subject to losses through damage by Achatina fulica Bowdich (Achatinidae) in regions outside of Africa" is significantly long and includes the following groups of plants as recorded in this study: banana (Musaceae), cassava (Euphorbiaceae), citrus (Rutaceae), malunggay (Moringaceae), mahogany (Meliaceae), papaya (Caricaceae), sweet potato (Convolvulaceae) and taro (Araceae).