Summary. Otherwise known as Aloes wood and Malacca eagle-wood, Agar wood (Aquilaria malaccensis) is a tropical small tree that grows up to 40 m high and. Latin Aquilaria, eagle, after its common name in Malacca ― eagle wood; Latin malaccensis, of Malacca, referring to one locality in the natural distribution of this . Growth and Mineral Nutrition of Aquilaria Malaccensis (Karas) In Two Habitats As Affected By Different Cultural Practices. Article (PDF.
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Aquilaria malaccensis is a species of plant in the Thymelaeaceae family.
It is threatened by habitat loss. As a result Iran is no longer considered as habitat for or producer of agarwood.
Aquilaria malaccensis – Useful Tropical Plants
Aquilaria malaccensis is the major source  of agarwooda resinous heartwood, used malaccensis perfume and incense. Due to rising demand for agarwood, as well as shortcomings in monitoring harvests and an increasing illegal trade, A.
Due to large-scale logging operations, many forested areas where A. Mapaccensis its endangerment, A. Due to this, conservation plans have been set in place to raise agarwood in contaminated areas as well as homestead gardens.
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