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Definition of Pandanus

Pandanus
Pandanus Pan*da"nus, n. [NL., fr. Malay pandan.] (Bot.) A genus of endogenous plants. See Screw pine.

Meaning of Pandanus from wikipedia

- Lam. Pand**** decastigma B.C.Stone Pand**** decipiens Martelli Pand**** de****bens Solms Pand**** drupaceus Thouars Pand**** elatus Ridl. Pand**** eydouxia...
- Pand**** tectorius is a species of Pand**** (****pine) that is native to Malesia, eastern Australia, and the Pacific Islands. It grows in the coastal...
- Pand**** amaryllifolius is a tropical plant in the Pand**** (****pine) genus, which is commonly known as pandan (/ˈpændən/). It has fragrant leaves which...
- Pand**** conoideus is a plant in the Pand**** family from New Guinea. Its fruit is eaten in Papua New Guinea and Papua, Indonesia. The fruit has several...
- Pand**** utilis, the common ****pine is, despite its name, a monocot and not a pine. It is native to Madagascar and naturalised in Mauritius and the Seyc****es...
- distillate (kewra water, pand**** flower water) is quite diluted- it can be used by the teaspoon, often even by the tablespoon. Pand**** odoratissimus in MIyako-jima...
- the genus Pand****. Pand**** abathes H.St.John Pand**** abbiwii Huynh Pand**** acanthostylus Martelli Pand**** acaulescens H.St.John Pand**** acladus Merrill...
- Pand**** candelabrum, the chandelier tree, is a species of **** palm found in tropical Africa, notably Liberia. It only grows on kimberlite outcroppings...
- Pand**** thwaitesii is a monocot species of plant in the family Pandanaceae. It is native to India, Sri Lanka. leaves- mats, boxes. http://www.theplantlist...
- Pand**** multi****atus (Vakwa de Montanny) is a species of plant in the family Pandanaceae, one of several Pand**** species that are endemic to the Seyc****es...
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