What is another word for Genus Myristica?

Pronunciation: [d͡ʒˈɛnəs ma͡ɪɹˈɪstɪkə] (IPA)

Genus Myristica, commonly known as nutmeg or mace, is a group of aromatic trees native to Indonesia and other Southeast Asian countries. The two main species in this genus are Myristica fragrans, which produces nutmeg, and Myristica malabarica, which produces mace. Nutmeg and mace have long been used in cooking and for their medicinal properties. The genus Myristica is also known as the myrtle family and includes about 150 species of tropical trees and shrubs. Some synonyms for the genus Myristica include the nutmeg family, the mace family, and the myristicaceae family. These synonyms reflect the importance and versatility of this genus in various fields.

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