SURVEY AND MORPHOLOGICAL STUDY OF SOME OF THE MEMBERS OF ARACEAE JUSS. FAMILY FROM PARBHANI TAHASIL (M.S)
Keywords:Araceae, garden plants, Sauromatum, Typhonium
Monocot family Araceae is known as Aroids or Arum family represented by 144 generas and 3645 species, cosmopolytene in occurance in which some are endeimic to particular region and most are cultivated as garden plants for campus beautification as they are with various morphological forms. The characteristic feature is presence of spadix type of inflorescence, variously coloured leaves and modified stem may be corm/rhizome /tubers. The present study was conducted for survey of Araceae family members from Parbhani, during acd.yr . 2022-23, surveys were made for collection of plants from various parts of parbhani tahasil . Collected plant specimes were identified with different floras and made into herbarium and deposited in Botany department herbarium, Shri. Shivaji College, Parbhani. Generas of Araceae identified are Aglaonema, Alocasia, Anthurium , Caladium, Colocasia , Diffenbachia,Monstera, Pistia , Philodendron, Syngonium, Spathiphyllum , Sauromatum and Typhonium . The current paper deals with morphological studies of some of the selected members of Araceae listed above .
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