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Morphology and Histology of ashvagandha - Withania somnifera Dunal

ashvagandha :

ashvagandha : Withania somnifera Dunal


It grows as a short shrub (35–75 cm) with a central stem from which branches extend radially in a star pattern (stellate) and covered with a dense matte of wooly hairs (tomentose). The flowers are small and green, while the ripe fruit is orange-red and has milk-coagulating properties. The plants long, brown, tuberous roots are used for medicinal purposes.

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