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By P. N. Ravindran, K. Nirmal Babu

Ginger: The Genus Zingiber is the 1st complete quantity on ginger. Valued as a spice and medicinal plant from precedent days either in India and China, ginger is now used universally as a flexible spice and in conventional drugs in addition to in glossy medication. This booklet covers all points of ginger, together with botany, crop development, chemistry, biotechnology, construction expertise within the significant generating nations, illnesses, pests, and harvesting. It additionally explores processing, items, economics and advertising and marketing, pharmacology, medicinal functions, and makes use of as a spice and flavoring. specialists within the components of genetic assets, botany, crop development, and biotechnology of ginger supply an in-depth research of those key points, and every bankruptcy concludes with an intensive bibliography.

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Just within the pericycle a number of very small vascular bundles are arranged in a ring. These bundles have only one to three vessels and a small phloem. No fibers are present enclosing these small bundles. Generally, the vascular bundles present within the stele are slightly larger than those present in the cortex. The stele contains more oil cells and starch grains than the cortex (Aiyer and Kolammal, 1966). Rhizome Enlargement Rhizome enlargement in ginger is by the activity of three meristematic zones.

C. d. cytoplasm deeply stained with pyronin-methyl green and hematoxylin. divides more frequently have larger nuclei and nucleoli vacuolation is absent or not prominent The meristimatic zone includes the cells of all the structural histogens of the root body. The percentage of cell division is much lower in the quiescent center compared to the meristematic zone. , 1961). The distance between the tip of the root body and the nearest mature phloem element, which carries the metabolic products required by the active cells, was reported to be 480 to 490 μm.

J. (1969) The Book of Spices. Livingston Pub. H. (1596) Voyage of John Huygen van Linschotten in India, Vol. II. ) Watt, G. (1872) The Commercial Products of India. , Delhi (Reprint, 1966). Watt, G. (1882) Dictionary of the Economic Products of India. , Delhi (Reprint, 1966). 2 Botany and Crop Improvement of Ginger P. N. Ravindran, K. Nirmal Babu, and K. N. Shiva The genus Zingiber of the family Zingiberaceae is distributed in tropical and subtropical Asia and Far East Asia and consists of about 150 species.

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