The tree  in my school<br />Presented<br />By<br />Eagle  Group<br />
Group  Member<br />Nutthawut 		Likitthangtham	No. 31	 (Group Leader)<br />NonthapornLertson 		No. 29<br />Sirapop  		Suarc...
Damask rose<br />Name : Damask rose, Indian Rose <br />Scientific Name :Rosa damascenes<br />Nature :Be small-sized shrubb...
Ebony<br />Name : Ebony<br />Scientific Name :disambiguation<br />Nature :Ebony or Tako tree is a Thai plant species that ...
Rose Apple<br />Name :Rose Apple<br />Scientific Name :Syzygiumsamarangense<br />Nature :Rose Apple is a plant species in ...
Orchid - Tree<br />Name : Orchid-Tree<br />Scientific Name :Bauhinia purpurea<br />Nature :Orchid-Tree should be grown in ...
Palm Tree<br />Name : Arecaceae, Palmae<br />Scientific Name :Palmaceae<br />Nature :It is a family of flowering plants, t...
Jungle Flame<br />Name :Jungle Flame, Ton Khem <br />Scientific Name :Ixora coccinea<br />Nature :Jungle Flame is a dense,...
Fern<br />Name :Fern<br />Scientific Name :Pteridophyta<br />Nature :Fern is a vascular plant that differs from the eye-Co...
She Oak<br />Name :Common Ironwood, She Oak, Beefwood, Queensland Swamp Oak<br />Scientific Name :Casuarina equisetifalia<...
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Trees in our school

  1. 1. The tree in my school<br />Presented<br />By<br />Eagle Group<br />
  2. 2. Group Member<br />Nutthawut Likitthangtham No. 31 (Group Leader)<br />NonthapornLertson No. 29<br />Sirapop  Suarchawarattana No. 30<br />SilawitPanpoonsub No. 32<br />AdisakHankanok No. 33<br />TeerajateSakondhawat No. 34<br />SupreedaSroytong No. 35<br />RatanartPermpikul No. 36<br />
  3. 3. Damask rose<br />Name : Damask rose, Indian Rose <br />Scientific Name :Rosa damascenes<br />Nature :Be small-sized shrubbery , tall 1-2 the meter , the trunk and the branch have thorn are assemble like feather , wide 2-4 a centimeter , long 3-5 a centimeter , curly edge is the saw tooth , blossom pink bouquet or , The red , go out the bouquet that branch end , stay total up 3-5 tufts have the petal feeds 5 the petal , there are a lot of petals arrange to are overlap each other many when , have 4.5-7 centimeter diameters , fragrant wildly fruitful and get many day , blossom all year.<br />Benefit :1. Perfume (example : Rose oil, Attar of roses) 2. Food (example: Rose hips is fruit) 3. Medicine (example: used for stomach problems, and are being investigated for controlling cancer growth.)4. Art (example: Renoir’s painting of cabbage roses)<br />Place : They stay on the area in front of Suankularb Building<br />Nutthawut Likitthangtham - Leader of Eagle group<br />
  4. 4. Ebony<br />Name : Ebony<br />Scientific Name :disambiguation<br />Nature :Ebony or Tako tree is a Thai plant species that was discover first in Thailand and has been named by Professor Kurz so this tree has the scientific name is Diospyros rhodocalyx Kurz. The skin is chapped and is black wood.  <br />Benefit :Tako is a garden tree that make to be beautiful.The soft fabric is used as a dye. The texture makes it very durable. Peel boils with salt to treat toothache. Root boils with water to treat  beriberi, fatigue, pain and fatigue and appetite in this heat. <br />Place : They stay the area in front of Suankularb Long Building<br />
  5. 5. Rose Apple<br />Name :Rose Apple<br />Scientific Name :Syzygiumsamarangense<br />Nature :Rose Apple is a plant species in the Myrtaceae, native to India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Samoa, and Thailand, and widely cultivated in the tropics. English common names include wax apple, love apple, java apple, Royal Apple, bellfruit, Jamaican Apple, water apple, mountain apple, cloud apple, wax jambu, rose apple, and bell fruit. Rose Apple is a tropical tree.The flowers are white, with four petals and numerous stamens. The fruit is a bell-shaped edible berry, with colors ranging from white, pale green, green, red, purple, crimson, to deep purple or even black. A number of cultivars with larger fruit have been selected. In general, the paler or darker the color is, the sweeter it is. In South East Asia, the black ones are nicknamed "Black Pearl" or "Black Diamond," while the very pale greenish white ones are called "Pearl." They are among the highest priced ones in fruit market.<br />Benefit : Around the tropical world, rose apples are mostly eaten out-of-hand by children. They are seldom marketed. In the home, they are sometimes stewed with some sugar and served as dessert. <br />Medicinal Uses: In India, the fruit is regarded as a tonic for the brain and liver. An infusion of the fruit acts as a diuretic.<br />Place : It stays on the area in front of the swimming pool within the school.<br />
  6. 6. Orchid - Tree<br />Name : Orchid-Tree<br />Scientific Name :Bauhinia purpurea<br />Nature :Orchid-Tree should be grown in full sun on well-drained soil. Trees are very drought-tolerant and actually flower best on dry soils. Problems include a tendency to show nutritional deficiencies, especially potassium; the weak wood which is susceptible to breakage in storms; the abundant seedlings which may germinate in the landscape; and the litter problem created by the falling leaves, flowers, and seedpods. Orchid-tree may need occasional pruning to develop a uniform shape when it is young. Branches tend to develop low on the trunk and droop toward the ground forming a large bush if left unprimed. Occasional pruning during the life of the tree will help maintain a nice, neat appearance.<br />Benefit :Bauhinia purpurea is used in several traditional medicine systems to treat various diseases.[citation needed]<br />Place : They stay in the area in front of the 123- Year Building<br />
  7. 7. Palm Tree<br />Name : Arecaceae, Palmae<br />Scientific Name :Palmaceae<br />Nature :It is a family of flowering plants, the only family in the monocot order Arecales. There are roughly 202 currently known genera with around 2600 species, most of which are restricted to tropical, subtropical, and warm temperate climates. Most palms are distinguished by their large, compound, evergreen leaves arranged at the top of an unbranched stem. However, many palms are exceptions to this statement, and palms in fact exhibit an enormous diversity in physical characteristics. As well as being morphologically diverse, palms also inhabit nearly every type of habitat within their range, from rainforests to deserts.<br />Benefit :1. Wax (example : Carnuba Wax.) 2. Food (example: fruit, leaf, palm oil, wine.) 3. Medicine (example: fruit of Daemonorops species is named Dragon's blood.)4. Furniture&Cloth (example: Panama hat.)<br />Place : They stay on the area in front of Suankularb Long Building.<br />
  8. 8. Jungle Flame<br />Name :Jungle Flame, Ton Khem <br />Scientific Name :Ixora coccinea<br />Nature :Jungle Flame is a dense, multi-branched evergreen shrub, commonly 4–6 ft (1.2–2 m) in height, but capable of reaching up to 12 ft (3.6 m) high. It has a rounded form, with a spread that may exceed its height. The glossy, leathery, oblong leaves are about 4 in (10 cm) long, with entire margins, and are carried in opposite pairs or whorled on the stems. Small tubular, scarlet flowers in dense rounded clusters 2-5 in (5–13 cm) across are produced almost all year long.<br />Benefit :Thai people believe that if grow Ton Khem in their house, they will have a wisdom because Ton Khem is symbol of wisdom. Ton Khem is always used in ceremony called in Thai as “Whai Kru” (Teacher respectation day) and also used as sacred gift for the ritual.<br />Place : They stay on the area in front of Samakkhayajarn Building<br />
  9. 9. Fern<br />Name :Fern<br />Scientific Name :Pteridophyta<br />Nature :Fern is a vascular plant that differs from the eye-Cola Light (lycophyte) that have an actual (megaphylls) of plant seeds. In the reproductive system, no flowers and seeds. Fern has a life cycle alternating with the spot light things that have two sets of chromosomes (diploid) and to a degree that there is light. One set of chromosomes (haploid) was a master of the ferns can live freely. <br />Benefit : Rockcap fern contains glucids, monoglucids, starch, oils, glycosides, resin, enzymes, flavonic acid. Because of these compounds, the herb has fitotherapeutic properties; it is used for treating in biliar diseases and constipation.  Rockcap fern is cytotoxic. It contains thiaminases which can eliminate vitamin B1 from the body. No cases of intoxications at the usual doses were signaled. The whole plant has a slow toxicity to it, due to the anti vitamin B and pterosides with cancerous potential that it contains. <br />Place : They stay in the area in front of Suankularb Long Building<br />
  10. 10. She Oak<br />Name :Common Ironwood, She Oak, Beefwood, Queensland Swamp Oak<br />Scientific Name :Casuarina equisetifalia<br />Nature :A She-Oak is an evergreen tree growing to 6–35 m (20–115 ft) tall. The foliage consists of slender, much-branched green to grey-green twigs 0.5–1 mm (0.020–0.039 in) diameter, bearing minute scale-leaves in whorls of 6–8. The flowers are produced in small catkin-like inflorescences; the male flowers in simple spikes 0.7–4 cm (0.28–1.6 in) long, the female flowers on short peduncles. Unlike most other species of Casuarina it is monoecious, with male and female flowers produced on the same tree. The fruit is an oval woody structure 10–24 mm (0.39–0.94 in) long and 9–13 mm (0.35–0.51 in) in diameter, superficially resembling a conifer cone made up of numerous carpals each containing a single seed with a small wing 6–8 mm (0.24–0.31 in) long.<br />Benefit : <br />1.As Casuarina wood is highly flammable, it has been used as firewood. <br />2.Also grown for erosion prevention along the coasts.<br />3.It was grown as wind breaking elements in general.<br />4.Casuarina wood’s bark hold some kind of solutions that was used in leather industry. 5.The plant’s wood has been widely used as raw materials for houses.<br />6.She-Oak is also planted in rows for decorating purpose. <br />Place : They stay on the area in front of Samakkayajarn Building in <br /> one row<br />
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