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  • In 1941 he was appointed Secretary of the Committee for Economic Plants.
  • Parasitizing important economic plants, witchweed is one of the most destructive pathogens in Africa.
  • The major income sources comes from manufacturing and economic plants, tourism, agriculture and services.
  • Their duty was to assist with the collection, transport, cultivation and distribution of economic plants.
  • Although his interests primarily lay in economic plants, he also took an interest in more decorative plants.
  • Ginkgo tree is another economic plant.
  • _Economic plants, such as chocolate, tea, coffee and rice, in the Garden Court just inside the main entrance.
  • There are many manufacturing and economic plants located in upland barangays like Canlubang, Punta, Barandal, Batino and Prinza.
  • The Project not only works the forest but also with the inhabitants, taking care of schools and grow economic plants.
  • JNTBGRI makes a comprehensive survey of the economic plant wealth of Kerala, to conserve, preserve and sustainably utilize the plant wealth.
  • In 1960, Dhawan joined the Department of Botany at Panjab University, Chandigarh, and did his Cytological Studies of the Economic Plants of North West Himalayas ".
  • At the time the main function of colonial botanic gardens was usually to facilitate the introduction of suitable economic plants, although native plants would be collected as well.
  • (viii ) Delivered the keynote address in the 8th Biennial Botanical Conference held in Dhaka in December 1994, and his talk on'Economic Plants excluding medicinal plants'( in press );
  • The interest in economic plants now has less relevance, and the concern with plant classification systems has all but disappeared, while a fascination with the curious, beautiful and new seems unlikely to diminish.
  • The discipline of plant ecology was pioneered in the late 19th century by botanists such as Eugenius Warming, who produced the hypothesis that plants form centres of origin, and evolutionary history of economic plants.
  • Other gardens include the poisonous plants garden ( which has samples of various poisonous plants along with information on the effects of various doses ), the economic plants exhibit, the flowery brook, and an arboretum.
  • The economic plants include  oil palm trees, coconut palms, pears, banana, breadfruit, plantains, pineapples, ukpo, etc . Animal rearing is mostly free range system and farm animals such as poultry, goat, sheep and ram are usually kept.
  • Extensive greenhouses, including a wonderful array of " economic plants " _ did you know that strychnine grew in Burma ? _ are followed by annuals, perennials and acres of trees, including Canada's birches, spruces and, of course, maples.
  • The site is a resource for identifying taxonomic information ( scientific names ) as well as common names on more than 500, 000 accessions ( distinct varieties, cultivars etc . ) of plants covering 10, 000 species; both economically important ones GRIN also incorporates an Economic Plants Database.
  • The population of a number of economic plants such as " Saccharum " species, " Setaria pumila ", " Alpinia nigra ", " Hedychium spicatum " and the major food plants like the Zizania, Latifolia, " Carex " species, " Coix " species, Narenga has decreased resulting in starvation conditions for the endangered sangai deer.
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