Caesalpinia bonduc

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Noun1.Caesalpinia bonduc - tropical tree with large prickly pods of seeds that resemble beans and are used for jewelry and rosaries
bonduc nut, nicker nut, nicker seed - hard shiny grey seed of a bonduc tree; used for making e.g. jewelry
Caesalpinia, genus Caesalpinia - small spiny tropical trees or shrubs; includes the small genus or subgenus Poinciana
tree - a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms
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English, botanical and local names of the samples English name Botanical name Local name Watermelon Citrullus lanatus NA Barbados nut Jatropha curcas Eso Lapalapa Sand box Hura crepitans Atapara NA Calophyllum inophyllum NA Mango Magnifera indica Mangoro Nicker nut Caesalpinia bonduc Eso Ayo Star apple Chrysophyllum albidum Agbalumo NA = not available.
Keywords: Caesalpinia bonduc Caesalpinia pulcherrina caesanol 6p 7p-dibenzoyloxyvouacapen-5a-ol isolation.
Kale, "Protective effect of methanolic leaf extract of Caesalpinia bonduc (L.) on gentamicin-induced hepatotoxicity and nephrotoxicity in rats," Iranian Journal of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, vol.
Akki, "Adaptogenic activity of Caesalpinia bonduc seed extracts in rats," Journal of Ethnopharmacology, vol.
They propagated two shrub medicinal species viz Caesalpinia bonduc and Embelia tsjeriam through stem cuttings by applying exogenous plants growth regulators including Indole Acetic Acid (IAA), a- Naphthalene Acetic Acid (NAA) and Indole 3 Butyric Acid (IBA).
Effect of stem cuttings and hormonal pre-treatment on propagation of Embelia tsjeriam and Caesalpinia bonduc, two important medicinal plant species.
In the classical texts of Persian herbal medicine, a plant called bateh perhaps may be related to Caesalpinia bonduc (L.) Roxb.
Adaptogenic activity of Caesalpinia bonduc seed extracts in rats J Ethnopharmacol 2006; 108: 327-31.