Antidesma bunius var. wallichii Synonym. Antidesma ciliatum Synonym. Antidesma collettii Craib. Synonym. Antidesma cordifolium Plant Morphology: [Others]: Antidesma bunius is a dioecious (male and female organs in separate and distinct individuals) tree that is about 3 – 10 m tall, has a. Antidesma bunius. Euphorbiaceae. Sprengel. Foliage and fruit (Trade winds fruit) . Detail of leaves and unripe fruits. (unknown). LOCAL NAMES. Burmese.
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Document specific search options Title. The biological activity of the extracts of bignay fruits and leaves to A.
This species seems to be an excellent choice as a pioneer for establishing a woodland, preferably used within its native range because of its tendency to invade habitats[ K ]. Remember me Forgot password?
The bark contains a toxic alkaloid[ ]. Leaves simple, alternate, spiral; petiole ca. Leaves Leaves simple, alternate, spiral; petiole ca. It is possible that bignay contains bunisu with potential cytotoxic activity. Bignay or Antidesma bunuis is a small tropical bushy tree that is usually 3? Its main goal is summarize the most relevant or attractive characteristics of this taxon to the general public.
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Inflorescence axillary or terminal; flowers unisexual, dioecious; male flowers in thick cm long glabrous spikes, sessile; female flowers in racemes. A slightly sour flavour, the leaves turn brown when cooked but retain wntidesma texture antidesmw ]. The threats to which this taxon is subject. Artemia salina as a model system for assessing the effects of xenobiotics on embryonic development. The fruit has a sour taste similar to that of the cranberry when immature, and a tart but sweet taste when ripe.
The plant is not self-fertile. Results showed dose dependent relationship on the activity and concentrations used.
Disk of male lobed, of fem. The timber has been experimentally pulped for making cardboard[ ]. Year ISBN Description The second edition of an excellent guide to the edible uses of plants, though it does not give any details of cultivation etc. It is an evergereen tree, young parts hairy. In any event, the source must be explicitly quoted. Antidesma bunius is an evergreen Tree growing to 10 m bujius by 10 m 32ft at a medium rate.
These were further concentrated by using a rotary evaporator. Habitats Wet evergreen forest, dipterocarp forest and teak forest; on river banks, at forest edges, antidesmaa roadsides; in bamboo thickets; in semi-cultivated and cultivated areas; in shady or open habitats; usually in secondary but also in primary vegetation[ ].
The bark produces strong fibre for rope and cordage. The bark contains a toxic alkaloid.
Curated for upload by Pranjal Mahananda. The leaves were properly washed with tap water and sliced into small pieces.
The very low hatching rate detected after the 12 h treatment was probably due to an alteration in the development of Artemia embryos. Antidesmaa Flora of Nepal Fruit tree stubs. How to cite this article: The larvae did not receive food.