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Crateva religiosa – Wikipedia
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Crateva religiosathe sacred garlic pear or temple plantis rdligiosa species of flowering tree. These horns are cleaned without u It takes about a year to geminate. Bark is especially useful for urinary complaints such as kidney, bladder stone, fever and to relieve from vomiting. The growth of the tree is very slow. Description of Tree Small medium sized, much branched deciduous trees with crooked branched leaves and compound flowers which are white pale and yellowish.
Reproductive biology of Crataeva religiosa Forst. Phytochemistry Oxford 23 The platform is designed for aggregating, displaying and analysing biodiversity data from tropical developing countries religioa other biodiversity hotspots such as India.
Your email address will not be published. The plants are raised from seed in monsoons and also propagated from root suckers.
National Journal of Plant Improvement 7 2: Antimicrobial activity of Crataeva religiosa Forst against bacteria isolated from Thryonomys swinderianus Temminck. The screening experiment revealed that ethyl acetate extract was more potent than other extracts with the MIC values of 0.
Nectar and larval host plants Nectar plants Larval host plants. Triterpene from Crataeva religiosa. This article includes a list of referencesbut its sources remain unclear because it has insufficient inline citations. Chemical constituents of Crataeva nurvala Buch-ham leaves.
Indian Science Congress Association Proceedings 54 3: Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations. Studies on the chemical constituents of the food plants of the insects 1 terpenic constituents of aristolochia debilis heterotropa spp and crataeva religiosa.
Levo epiafzelechin 5 o beta d glucoside from crataeva religiosa. It can stand severe drought crateava is suitable for dry area.
Current Science 90 5: Crataeva religiosa, a new host for Alternaria alternata. The brachy sclereids of crataeva religiosa d a member cratadva the capparidaceae d abstract. Indian Foundation for Butterflies — Butterflies of India. It is suitable for ornamental planting in Public Park and open space in towns.
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Suppression of T lymphocyte activity by lupeol isolated from Crataeva religiosa. Larval host plant for the following species: A pierid butterfly, Hebomoia glaucippeis a frequent visitor to this plant. Juice of Ginger wit This page was last edited on 19 Mayat relugiosa It is grown elsewhere for fruit, especially in parts of the African continent.
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It is a member of the capers family. Bulletin of the Botanical Society of Bengal 29 1: