Cymbopogon Spreng. (Aromatic Grasses): In Vitro Culture, Regeneration, and the Production of Essential Oils View Full Text


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DATE

1991

AUTHORS

H. L. Sreenath , K. S. Jagadishchandra

ABSTRACT

Cymbopogon Spreng, is one of the major aromatic plant genera, belonging to the tribe Andropogoneae of the family Poaceae. The number of species recognized by different workers in this genus varies from 55 to over 100 (Bor 1960; Chase and Niles 1962; Soenarko 1977). With the exception of the cultivated and introduced species, Cymbopogon occurs only in the Old World tropics and subtropics. Like other members of the tribe Andropogoneae, Cymbopogon is adapted to hot moist conditions. The species are more or less evenly distributed in the area, but several rather diffuse centers of diversity such as Indo-China, India, East Africa, and Queensland can be recognized (Soenarko 1977). The species of Cymbopogon are either densely or loosely tufted plants ranging in height from 20 cm to 3 m. They are mostly perennial; culms of most species are erect and unbranched (Fig. 1). More... »

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211-236

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