Cassia auriculata

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Noun1.Cassia auriculata - evergreen Indian shrub with vivid yellow flowers whose bark is used in tanningCassia auriculata - evergreen Indian shrub with vivid yellow flowers whose bark is used in tanning; sometimes placed in genus Cassia
senna - any of various plants of the genus Senna having pinnately compound leaves and showy usually yellow flowers; many are used medicinally
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The flowers are arranged in a conical shape consisting of marigolds, chrysanthemums, lily, roses, cock's comb (gunugu puvvu in Telugu) and cassia auriculata (thangedu puvvu).
The ingredient Cassia auriculata is said to exhibit antibacterial action due to the presence of flavanoids which is a hydroxylated phenolic substitute (23).
invitro antioxidant and free radical scavenging properties of flower extract of cassia auriculata, Linn (caesalpiniaceae).
Each shade of henna for hair color is created using three natural herbs like henna and indigo and Cassia (Cassia Auriculata).
Sivaraj A., Devi K., Palani S., Vinoth Kumar P., Senthil Kumar B., David E., "Anti-hyperglycemic and Anti- hyperlipidemic effect of combined plant extract of Cassia auriculata and Aegle marmelos in streptozotocin (STZ) induced diabetic albino rats," Int J Pharmatech Research, 1:1010-1016 (2009).
She has already made superparamagnetic materials from some mixed plants materials of Acalypha indica, Cynodon dactylon, Terminalia chebula, Eugenia jambolina and Cassia auriculata named as Santhi Particles.
Among specific topics are synthesizing gold nanoparticles using flower extract from the Cassia auriculata shrub, the structural and optical characterization of chemically deposited cuprous oxide thin film, the mass production of carbon nanofibers on water soluble support, the electrochemical synthesis of nanosized polypyrrole in the presence of aqueous surfactant solutions, and characterizing nanochitosan-incorporated solid polymer composite electrolytes for magnesium batteries.
Antidiabetic effect has also been observed with Cassia auriculata leaf extract in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats (Gupta et al.