CLASSIFICATION OF LAWSONIA INERMIS PDF

Lawsonia inermis. PlantID, Botanical Name, Lawsonia inermis. Common Name, Heena. Classification. Kingdom: Plantae. Subkingdom: Tracheobionta. view in classification, Species. Plantae + · Tracheophyta + · Magnoliopsida + · Myrtales + · Lythraceae + · Lawsonia +. Lawsonia inermis L. Inventaire National du. L. inermis is a shrub or small tree widely cultivated as an ornamental and hedge plant and for the commercial production of henna, a dye.

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Bulletin of inerims Entomological Society of Egypt, No. Notes on the diseases of forest species in the Philippines. Seeds 3 mm long, angular, with thick coat Oyen, Habitat Top of page L.

Impact on biodiversity L. Dicotyledonae Summary of Invasiveness L. Plant resources of South-East Asia. The distribution in this summary table is based on all the information available. Abundance of Lindingaspis rossi Mask.

Lawsonia Inermis

Catalogue of the Seed Plants of the West Indies. In Africa it has often become naturalized, particularly on alluvial soils along rivers and in areas near villages PROTA, Henna leaves contain an important pigment called ‘lawsone’.

The native distribution range of L. Missouri Botanical Garden Press. Annals of Botany, Smithsonian Contributions to Botany, no. They are glabrous, sub- sessileellipticaland lanceolate long and wider in the middle; average dimensions are 1.

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Plant Resources of Tropical Africa. Cultivation, Improvement, and Trade. In cultivation, while highest yields occur at years after planting, plants are often left in the field for max. A concise dictionary of plants cultivated in the United States and Canada. Uses Top of page Economic Value L. Henna is small shrub that grows to a height of 6 m. The historical use of Henna Lawsonia inermis L. For example, a yield of kg dry leaves removes about kg of nitrogen, kg of potassium and kg of phosphate Orwa et al.

It is the source of the dye henna used to dye skin, hair and fingernails, as well as lawsoniaa including silkwool and leather. A forest flora for the Punjab with Hazara and Delhi.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Classificaation of the vascular plants of Ecuador. International Nematology Network Newsletter, 5 3: When several references are cited, they may give conflicting information on the status. Browse preference of Orma livestock and chemical composition of Prosopis juliflora and nine indigenous woody species in Bura, Eastern Kenya.

It is commonly used as hair dye and with the ascending trend of tattoos henna is used for body tattoos which is considered the most safe and painless alternative form of body ornamentation.

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Journal of the Oil Technologists’ Association of India, 21 3: Henna is a tall shrub or small tree, standing 1. First nuclear DNA C-values for 25 angiosperm families. Qualitative analysis of some firewood shrubs. Pests and diseases have been reported attacking L.

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Plants of the Eastern Caribbean. Henna plant has reported a life zone of 19 to 27 degrees centigrade with an annual precipitation of 0.

Lawsonia inermis (Egyptian privet)

From there it would have spread eastward to the rest of India and Indonesia, and westward to the Middle East where it became one of the important plants of Islam. Lawsonia inermis and Lawsonia odorata The Plant List, National list of invasive and potentially invasive plants in the Republic of Cuba – Some records of fungi from central India.

This page was last edited on 1 Decemberat It is glabrous and multi-branched, with spine-tipped branchlets. Journal of Arid Environments, It can also be grown as a live fence. The effect of soil salinity on the productivity of henna. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter, No.

Physiology and Phenology L.