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Posted by nanie in Medicinal Plants. Tagged: Cats Whisker, Orthosiphon Benth Stamineus, Plants cat whiskers, cat whiskers medicinal plants. 3 Comments
Mustache KucingDivisi: SpermatophytaSub Division: Angiospermae

InfomuClass: DicotyledonaeFamily: LamiaceaeGenus: OrthosiphonSpecies: Orthosiphon spp
Plants called cat whiskers or Orthosiphon Benth Stamineus wild plant habitats in the fields, on the banks of the river and in places somewhat moist soil to a height of 700 m above sea level, there is also planted as an ornamental plant. This plant belongs to a class of plants that the body clear evidence of differentiation into three main parts include roots, stems and leaves. The other part that can be found on the plant body can be seen as a manifestation of one or perhaps two main parts earlier, meaning that every other part of the body can be regarded as a body of plants derived from the principal that has undergone metamorphosis (changing the shape, nature and may also function for plants) (Kingpin, 2007).
Cats whiskers including dicotyledonous plant that is characterized by fibrous roots, cambium and leaves have menjari. This plant has a fibrous root system, ie if the roots die in the subsequent development agencies or later followed by a number of more or less the same root is great and everything out of the base of the stem (Kingpin, 2007).
Generally dicotyledonous plant stems grow upward direction toward the sunlight, just like a cat's whiskers plant stems grow toward the direction of the sun. Herb plants that grow upright, rooted in his books but does not seem real, plant height up to 2m. Stems quadrangular slightly grooved. Plant seeds sides (Dicotyledoneae) generally have a stem at the bottom and to the ends of the larger has narrowed, so the stem can be viewed as a cone or pyramid is very elongated, which may have branching or not (Kingpin, 2007).
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Posted by nanie in Plants. Tagged: Jasmine cultivation, cultivation of jasmine, Jasmine, jasmine plant species, types of jasmine, jasmine characteristics, Jasmine, jasmine plant, jasmine plant varieties. 1 CommentJasminum
Among the 200 species of jasmine that have been identified by botanists only about 9 common types of jasmine are cultivated and there are 8 types of jasmine potential to be used as an ornamental plant. Most types of jasmine grows wild in the forests because they have not revealed the economic and social potential. Jasmine plants include jasmine-melatian rate or Oleaceae.
Types, varieties and traits important (characteristic) jasmine plant are as follows:

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Jasminum multiflorum Andr. (Wild jasmine: gambier, poncosudo, 'Star Jasmine', J. pubescens Willd.)


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