Domain: eukarya

Kingdom: Plantae-Plants

Subkingdom: Tracheobionta-Vascular plants

Superdivision: Spermatophyta-Seed plants

 Division: Magnoliophyta-Flowering plants
Class: Liliopsida-Monocotyledons

Subclass: Zingiberidae

Order: Zingiberales

Family: Zingiberaceae - Ginger family

Genus: Curcuma L. - Curcuma

Species: Curcuma Longa L. - Common Turmeric

Domain: Eukarya.

Multicellular, true nucleus, member of bond organelles like chloroplasts and mitochondria.

 Kingdom: plantae.

he cell wall made of cellulose. It has chloroplast, it undergoes photosynthesis. It has the ability to make their own food (Autotrophs).

Subkingdom: Tracheobionta-Vascular plants.

It has special tissue to transport water, minerals, and photosynthetic materials through the plant. Tracheobionta is the scientific name for vascular plant.

Super division: Spermatophyta-Seed plants.

Seed plant means that plant has the ability to produce seeds. The scientific name for seed plant is spermatophyte. There are two kinds of seed plant: gymnosperm and angiosperm.

Division:  Magnoliophyta-Flowering plants.

Magnoliophyta is the scientific name for angiosperm or flowering plant. The angiosperm are distinguished by their leaves, stems, roots, tissue, and vascular.

Class: Liliopsida-Monocotyledons.

Monocotyledons have only one seed leaf, and it does not have cambium tissue.

Subclass: Zingiberidae.

2 order,9 families,3,8000 species. There are  associated with commelinidae and liliide order.

Order: Zingiberales.

It contains of 8 families and 2000 species. It is closely to the bromeliads and families native in tropical region around the world.

Family:  Zingiberaceae - Ginger family.

It is the largest family of Zingiberales. It IS  found in the old world especially Southeast Asia.


Genus: Curcuma L. – Curcuma.

It is low, rhizomatous herbs. Its roots are found with tubers. Also, their leaf bland has violent band on their 2 sides of the midrib.

Species: Curcuma longa L. - Common Turmeric.

Itis 2 feet long, lanceolate, petioled , uniform green. flowers are yellow, and they are three or five surrounded by bracteolate.

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