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any plant of the genus Amorphophallus

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10,004,679 B2; Vidya Herbs, Inc., Fullerton, CA, has patented a method of treating skin that entails administering a composition comprising an amorphophallus konjac tuber extract that is substantially free of glucomannan.
The dune surface is also covered by tuberous aroides of the Amorphophallus spp.
Meng et al., "Porous biochar generated from natural Amorphophallus konjac for high performance supercapacitors," Applied Surface Science, vol.
Konjac (Amorphophallus konjac) is a major vegetable (tuber) crop grown in Asian countries.
Singh, "Influence of drying temperature on physico-chemical and techno-functional attributes of elephant foot yam (Amorphophallus paeoniifolius) var.
The plant - named Amorphophallus titanum, or titan arum - came into flower at the Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh (RBGE) late on Tuesday afternoon and it is still continuing to open.
Wu Sarcandra glabra (Thunberg) Nakai Araceae Amorphophallus dunnii Tutcher 4 A.
Glucomannan is a dietary fiber derived from tubers of the Amorphophallus konjac plant.
On Friday, visitors swarmed the New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) to take a sight of the 'corpse flower' (amorphophallus titanium), the largest in the world.
The titan arums have the proper name of Amorphophallus titanum but are also known as corpse flowers because the horrendous odour they give off to attract pollinators is similar to that of decaying flesh.
Roque, 'Edible birds' nests', Makiling Echo 6, 1 (1927): 24-6; Juan Fontanoza, 'Amorphophallus: Its cultivation and preparation for human food in the province of Leyte', Makiling Echo 10, 1 (1931): 32-4.
Glucomannan is a polysaccharide with high molecular weight, is extracted from tuber of Amorphophallus konjac, a plant used in Japanese cuisine as an agent gelatificator.
The titan arum (Latin name: Amorphophallus titanum) is a magnificent tropical plant native to the forests of Indonesia.
Amorphophallus titanum, known as the corpse flower because it smells like rotting flesh, bloomed last weekend at the Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh.