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Botanical Name: Dioscorea pentaphylla, commonly known as the Five-leaved Yam or Panchaule, is a species of yam native to various parts of Asia, including India, China, and Southeast Asia.

Tuberous Roots: Dioscorea pentaphylla is primarily cultivated for its edible tuberous roots, which are a significant source of carbohydrates and have a starchy texture when cooked. These roots are used in various culinary preparations in the regions where the plant is grown.

Medicinal Uses: In traditional medicine systems such as Ayurveda, Dioscorea pentaphylla has been used for its potential medicinal properties. It is believed to have anti-inflammatory and antiarthritic properties and is used in herbal remedies for conditions like rheumatism.

Propagation: The plant can be propagated from its seeds, which are typically obtained from mature fruits. The seeds are usually sown in well-draining soil and require a warm and humid environment for germination.

Climbing Vine: Dioscorea pentaphylla is a climbing vine that can grow several meters in length. It produces palmately compound leaves with five leaflets, which give it its common name "Five-leaved Yam." The vine climbs by twining around support structures or other vegetation.

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