Musaceae


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Horse radish tree Musaceae Musa paradisiaca Banana Musa textilis Nee Abaca Myrtaceae Psidium guajava Guava Syzygium malaccense (Linn.
Musaceae Fruit Methanolic Myricaria elegans Royle Tamaricaceae Aerial Methanolic Nelumbo nucifera Gaertn.
Archaeologically, bananas have so far had poor visibility, but phytolith research on Golson's Kuk site by Wilson (1985) revealed that Musaceae was associated with the four early phases in the 9000-year sequence of agricultural activity.
In the Neotropics, the most important phytotelmata are Apiaceae, Araceae, Bromeliaceae, Poaceae, Heliconiaceae, Marantaceae, Musaceae, Sarraceniaceae, Strelitziaceae and Zingiberaceae, including an uncompiled and probably long list of plant families providing fruits or fallen leaves.
In Musaceae (Andersson, 1998b), Strelitziaceae (Andersson, 1998c), Heliconiaceae (Andersson, 1998a), and Lowiaceae (Larsen, 1998b) the median posterior stamen is reduced to a staminode or is missing, and the flowers are more or less conspicuously bilabiate.
Druse-like silica bodies characterize several other commelinid monocots, such as Arecaceae, Cannaceae, Costaceae, Marantaceae, Musaceae, and Strelitziaceae, but in these families they occur in the bundle sheath cells adjacent to sclerenchyma, rather than in the epidermis, as in Dasypogonaceae.
The perianth of the Musaceae is largely monomorphic with three sepals and three petals being more or less uniform in color, shape, size and texture.
Droplet vitrification of apical meristems: a cryopreservation protocol applicable to all Musaceae.
Musaceae Musa acuminata Colla Musaceae Musa balbisiana Colla Musaceae Musa uranoscopus Lour.