Diversity and uses of flowering plants distributed in both Vietnam and Malaysia

The paper assessed the diversity of species, genera, families, and classes of the flowering plants (Magnoliophyta) distributed in both Vietnam and Malaysia. Main contents of the study are building a list of plant species and evaluation of the diversity of taxa of Magnoliophyta. The study has enumerated 1840 species, 876 genera, 162 families, 2 classes of Magnoliophyta, distributed in both Vietnam and Malaysia. Diversity of useful plants with 2 classes, 150 families, 689 genera, 1213 species. Medicinal plants with 869 species (2 classes, 133 families, 553 genera). Plants for timber with 127 species (1 class, 39 families, 87 genera). Ornamental plants with 156 species (2 classes, 31 families, 104 genera). Edible plants (edible fruits, seeds) with 103 species (2 classes, 37 families, 78 genera). Plants for essential oil with 13 species (2 classes, 8 families, 12 genera). Vegetables with 92 species (2 classes, 44 families, 76 genera). Dyed plants with 31 species (1 class, 12 families, 20 genera). Plants for fibre with 3 species (2 classes, 3 families, 3 genera). Plants for food of animal and human with 79 species (2 classes, 15 families, 56 genera). A model built for research and development of those species based on comprehensive cooperations and supports from agriculture, construction, cosmetic, fashion, forestry, food, ornamental and pharmaceutical organizations. The results provide a lot of valuable information, contributing to the development of cooperation of Vietnam and Malaysia on plant diversity research and orientation for application.

Bui, Ha & Le, Han & Tran, Bach. (2023). Diversity and uses of flowering plants distributed in both Vietnam and Malaysia. World Journal of Advanced Research and Reviews. 18. 972-988. 10.30574/wjarr.2023.18.1.0715. 

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