Again, Euphorbia, a mundane or widely distributed genus, has here eight species, of which seven are confined to the archipelago, and not one found on any two islands: Acalypha
and Borreria, both mundane genera, have respectively six and seven species, none of which have the same species on two islands, with the exception of one Borreria, which does occur on two islands.
Mites (Eriophyidae) were the only gall-inducers present on Acalypha
macrostachya, Croton draco (Euhorbiaceae), Calatola costaricensis (Icacinaceae), Ochroma pyramidale, Quararibea bracteolosa (Malvaceae), Miconia barbinervis (Melastomataceae), and Lantana camara (Verbenaceae).
(i) Eso ogirisako-seeds of Anchomanes Difformis, eso jinwinnin-seeds of Acalypha
Ciliata Forssk, eso Eyinolobe-seeds of unidentified, eso Asofeyeje-seeds of Rauvolfia Vomitoria, egungun oku-bone of a dead person; burn everything together, mix with ekuru funfun-white bean cake and spray it in the farm for ants to spread it.
Anti dermatophytic activity of Azadirachta indica and Acalypha
indica leaves-an in vitro study.
Names of some important medicinal flora which have been displayed in the exhibition include 1- Acalypha
Names of some important medicinal flora that were displayed include Acalypha
, Adenium obesum Aegle marmelos, Ageratum and others.
N L ZO R Trema micranta (L.) Blume N L ZO P Acalypha
The leaves of Ipomoea involucrata (II), Acalypha
hispida (AH), Breynia nivosa (BN), Jatropha curcas (JC), Chromolaena odorata (CO), Macrolobium macrophyllum (MM), Baphia nitida (BNI), Burkea africana (BA), Cassia alata (CA), and the root of Eleusine indica (EI) were collected after the interview.
Application of leaf extract of Acalypha
indica, Sphaeranthus indicus, Casea alata and pulv.
(Intercepted in Texas, USA) Honduras Acalypha
hispida (Euphorbiaceae), Acalypha
wilkesiana (Euphorbiaceae), Musa sp.
Comparison of in vitro antioxidant properties of extracts from three plants used for medical purpose in Cameroon: Acalypha
racemosa, Garcinia lucida and Hymenocardia lyrata.
Pages 72-73: A) GEORGE SWANSON, Liana with Air Plants, Rancho Grande, Venezuela, 1945, Watercolor on paper; B) GEORGE SWANSON, Euchromidon Moss, Rancho Grande, Venezuela, 1945, Watercolor on paper; C) GEORGE SWANSON, Bug Family on Acalypha
Leaf, Caripito, Venezuela, 1942, Watercolor on paper.