Nauclea


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Noun1.Nauclea - small genus of evergreen tropical shrubs or trees with smooth leathery leaves
asterid dicot genus - genus of more or less advanced dicotyledonous herbs and some trees and shrubs
family Rubiaceae, madder family, Rubiaceae - widely distributed family of mostly tropical trees and shrubs and herbs; includes coffee and chinchona and gardenia and madder and bedstraws and partridgeberry
Nauclea diderrichii, opepe, Sarcocephalus diderrichii - large African forest tree yielding a strong hard yellow to golden brown lumber; sometimes placed in genus Sarcocephalus
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Nauclea latifolia, Crossopteryx febrifuga and Mitragyna inermis are important medicinal plants of family Rubiaceae.
Dano, "Acute and sub-acute toxicity of aqueous extract of Nauclea latifolia in Swiss mice and in OFA rats," Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, vol.
The fourth recipe involves a cold maceration of pieces of Olax subscorpioidea, Crinum jagus Tetrapleura tetraptera, Chasmanthera dependens, Gongronema latifolium (Madunmaro), Xylopia aethiopica (Eeru), Euphorbia lateriflora, Nauclea latifolia, Gossypium barbadense, and Allium ascalonicum.
Tree back uses concerned Nauclea diderrichii, Ficus trichopoda, and Syzygium owariense, the important medicinal species.
Phytochemical composition and antidiabetic activity of ethanol root extract of Nauclea latifolia.
Gong, "Efficient chromium abstraction from aqueous solution using a low-cost biosorbent: nauclea diderrichii seed biomass waste," Journal of Saudi Chemical Society, vol.
Within the urban areas (Abuja city), tree species with high Relative Dominance (R[D.sub.o]) were Spathodea campanulata (6.94%), Nauclea latifolia (5.68%), and Azadirachta indica (5.60%) while, in the periurban areas (Lugbe) of the FCT, Azadirachta indica (20.85%), Ricinodendron heudelotii (16.77%), and Nauclea diderrichii (10.59%) dominated.
Ollivier, "Antileishmanial activity of quinovic acid glycosides and cadambine acid isolated from Nauclea diderrichii," Planta Medica, vol.
These results corroborate our previous findings, in which treating T cells with antidiabetic plant extracts (Ziziphus lotus, Nauclea latifolia, Oxytenanthera abyssinica, and Picralima nitida), in the absence of mitogen stimulation, did not significantly influence T cell proliferation [27, 32].