Extensive using without control reducing in

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Extensive using without control Reducing in population due to human activities It needs full sun for its growth
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Conservation practices As a shade tree or street tree. Pollinated by insects Botanical garden
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KHAYA SENEGALENSIS
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Khaya Senegalensis Uses 1. Food 2. Medicinal 3. Furniture Common name : Senegal Mahogany Habitat : widespread in high-rainfall savannah woodland. Height : grow up to 15–30 m in height and 1 m in diameter Bark : dark grey to grey-brown Leaves : arranged in a spiral formation clustered at the end of branches Fruit : fruit changes from grey to black when ripening
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Why need to Conservation 1. Legal protection . 2. medicinal properties. 3. Recessive extraction of that species . 4. Need specifics animal to spread the seeds. Conservation practices 1. reserved forest 2. insect pollinated Threats 1. Logging and local exploitation 2. Genetic erosion 3. Natural regeneration –poor but does not occur from suckers ..
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All these plants had identified their status by International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN) Roystonea regia = CRITICALLY ENDANGERED Tabebuia pentaphylla = LEAST CONCERN Khaya senegalensis = VULNERABLE ( exposed to the possibilities of being attacked or harmed.) Since these three plants have their own threats and beneficial uses to humans and animals too, the initiative and care had taken to conserve these species. The discussion on this topic addressed in Task 2. CONCLUSION
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