Common name: Indrajao • Assamese: dhulkari, dudkhuri • Bengali: kurchi, কুটজ kutaja • Gujarati: કડવો ઇન્દ્રજવ kadavo indrajav • Hindi: कडवा इंद्रजव. Echites pubescens Buch.-Ham. in Trans. Linn. Soc. (). E. antidysenterica (L.) Roxb. in Flemm. in As. Res. (), partly, as to specimens. Holarrhena pubescens. Photo: Colin Wenham Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve. Holarrhena pubescens. Photo: Bart Wursten Garura section of Mazowe River Game.
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However, this is the preferred element if an object includes all of these things and details about conservation listings. Holarrbena family Rubiaceae in southern Assam with special reference to endemic and rediscovered plant taxa Desc: Describes reproductive physiology and behavior, including mating and life history variables.
In addition, triacanthine stimulates the development of mature red blood cells and acts on experimental anaemia in rabbits. Indian Journal of Pharmacy 39 2: Fruit of 2 terete elongated follicular mericarps connected at the tip and then free, 25 x 1 cm; seeds 8 mm, oblong, with tuft of silky brown hairs at the apex. Can also include hypotheses of paedomorphy or neoteny, etc.
Best supported pubesdens Google Chrome, Firefox 3. The seeds of Holarrhena pubescens are holarrhean bitter, while those of Wrightia tinctoria are tasteless.
Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 58 2: Flowers have five white petals cm long which turn creamish yellow as they age. To maintain vigorous holarghena, pruning should start as early as 12 months after planting and should be repeated at least once a year. Holarrhena pubescens coppices well and can survive bush fires by producing sucker shoots from burned-down stumps. The degree of pruning depends on the management objectives: Comparative pharmacognostical, physicochemical and antibacterial studies on seeds of Holarrhena antidysenterica Wall.
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Different extracts of Holarrhena pubescens seed or bark showed significant antibacterial and antifungal activities against a wide range of human pathogens, including several antibiotic-resistant strains. The alkaloid production can be boosted by adding cholesterol as a precursor. Holarrhena comprises 4 species, 2 of which occur in tropical Africa one of these also in Asia and 2 of which are restricted to tropical Asia.
Encyclopedia of Life EOL. BoxAH Wageningen, Netherlands. Describes methods, circumstances, and timing of dispersal includes both natal dispersal and interbreeding dispersal. Interesting Facts Bark and seed are traditionally used to treat malaria. Holarrhena pubescens Holarrhena pubescens x – 91k flickr. There are 20 study abstracts related to Holarrhena pubescens Wall.
Tree species diversity in tropical forests of Barak valley in Assam, India Desc: Phytochemistry of Holarrhena R.
Holarrhena pubescens – Useful Tropical Plants
The leaves contain 1—1. Or, Login with your user account:. Short stem has pale bark and several branches. Citation in scholarly articles. Leaf stalks are very short. Showing 0 of 0 comments. In treatment of urinary troubles, the bark is given with cow milk. Although Holarrhena pubescens has been known as a medicinal plant since historic times, data on its production and international trade are scarce. Development of sustainable collection methods is recommended and the possibilities for using leaves or seed instead of stem and root bark deserve investigation.
A stem bark decoction showed anti-ulcerogenic effects in different models of gastroduodenal ulcers in rats. Conessine pubesdens sedative, central nervous system depressant, cardiac depressant, antipyretic and analgesic activities.
An avifaunal case study of a plateau from Goa, India: It is used to make small articles such as combs, picture frames, carved boxes, toys, spoons, knives, walking sticks and beads, and sometimes for furniture and ploughs. Alkaloids from the bark of Holarrhena pubescens.
Eriolaena lushingtonii is an endemic and threatened medium-sized deciduous tree species. Seeds narrowly oblong, 9—16 mm long, grooved, glabrous, with a dense tuft of 2. In India the seeds or bark of Holarrhena pubescens are sometimes adulterated with those of Wrightia tinctoria R.