Ficus bengalensis


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Noun1.Ficus bengalensis - East Indian tree that puts out aerial shoots that grow down into the soil forming additional trunksFicus bengalensis - East Indian tree that puts out aerial shoots that grow down into the soil forming additional trunks
fig tree - any moraceous tree of the tropical genus Ficus; produces a closed pear-shaped receptacle that becomes fleshy and edible when mature
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At Kalinger site, it was sighted sitting on branches of a berry tree Zizyphus mauritiana and again in a cavity among stones of a wall, at a distance of about 500 m another Spotted owlet was sighted in a cavity inside a big banyan tree Ficus bengalensis. At Shah Allah Ditta, the spotted owlet was sighted sitting in the ventilating opening left in the wall of an abandoned house.
Antidiabetic effect of Ficus bengalensis aerial roots in experimental animals.
The effects of oral administration of an aqueous extract of Ficus bengalensis stem bark on some hematological and biochemical parameters in rats with streptozotocin-induced diabetes.
Ficus bengalensis also known as Indian Banyan is a large and extensive growing tree of the Indian subcontinent and its leaves are rich source of CT.
The lead accumulated by the leaves of different species of roadside plants in Karachi, Pakistan was measured in a study by [15] .Nerium oleander, Guaiacum officinale, Ficus bengalensis and F.
For present studies, of a total 780 trees examined, highest numbers of nests (142) occurred in Salmalia malabarica, and a maximum nests (1.54) per tree, followed by the Ficus bengalensis (1.17), Terminalia arjuna (1.12), Dalbergia sissoo (1.05) and Cedrella toona (0.97).
Such a phenomenon of less hypoglycaemic response at higher dose is not uncommon with indigenous plants and has already been observed in Annona squamosa (24), Trichosanthes dioica (25,26), and Ficus bengalensis (27).
Hydrocarbons from the leaves of Ficus hispida, Ficus bengalensis, and Ficus infectoria.