tectona grandis in a sentence
- "Tectona grandis " is found in a variety of habitats and climatic conditions from arid areas with only 500 mm of rain per year to very moist forests with up to 5, 000 mm of rain per year.
- Nowadays, the Brunca have cultivated plant species that are native to Southeast Asia for dying purposes, such as " Curcuma longa " and " Tectona grandis ", illustrating that the TEK has spread drastically over the past 40 years.
- There are many types of wood that have been positively identified : teak ( " Tectona grandis " ) was used for the through-beams and is resilient to the Leguminosae family ( now called the Fabaceae ) and either the " Dalbergia " or " Pterocarpus " genus.
- The district contained extensive forests, and the government preserved a section known is the Punasa forest, which extended for about 120 miles ( 190 km ) along the south bank of the Narmada, home to forests of teak ( " Tectona grandis " ), sain ( " Terminalia tomentosa " ) and anjan ( " Hardwickia binata " ) trees.
- According to the Forest Research Institute of Malaysia, most of the plants which have become the targets of smugglers belong to protected species, such as Labisia Pumila or locally known as Kachip Fatimah, Ficus Deltoides ( Serapat Angin ), Freycinetia Montana ( Pandan Tikus ), Neobalano Carpus ( Chengal ), Kombasia Malaccensis ( Kempas ) and Tectona Grandis ( Jati ).
- According to Hukum Singh Pawar ( Pauria ) Some writers think that Saka ( Scythian ) is a Sanskrit word which means Sagwan or Teak ( " Tectona grandis " ), generally grown in monsoon region, the shape of which and that of its river deltas was like that of "'teak leaf "'., and the people popularly known as Sakas used to be the inhabitants of this land.