Sapindaceae


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Noun1.Sapindaceae - chiefly tropical New and Old World deciduous and evergreen trees and shrubs bearing leathery drupes with yellow translucent flesh; most plants produce toxic saponins
dicot family, magnoliopsid family - family of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination
order Sapindales, Sapindales - an order of dicotyledonous plants
Dodonaea, genus Dodonaea - a genus of tropical shrub or tree
genus Sapindus, Sapindus - type genus of the Sapindaceae
Blighia, genus Blighia - small genus of western African evergreen trees and shrubs bearing fleshy capsular three-seeded fruits edible when neither unripe nor overripe
Cardiospermum, genus Cardiospermum - tendril-climbing herbs or shrubs whose seeds have a white heart-shaped spot
genus Harpullia - genus of tropical Asiatic and African trees
genus Litchi - Chinese trees
genus Melicocca, genus Melicoccus, Melicocca, Melicoccus - tropical American trees and shrubs bearing berries
genus Nephelium, Nephelium - a genus of dicotyledonous trees of the family Sapindaceae that are native to Asia and Australia
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Oligonychus litchii Lo and Ho (Arachnida: Acari: Tetranychidae) is a new pest of litchi (Sapindaceae) in southern China; it was first reported by Lo and Ho (1989) in Taiwan.
Salicaceae Homalium racemosum Salicaceae Laetia procera (2) Sapindaceae Crudia scmbiculata Sapindaccac Matayba sp.
Foliar Host Plant Organ surface Shape Color Bauhinia cupulata Benth Leaf Both Globoid Brown Oualea grandiflora Mart Leaf Adaxial Lenticular Black Sapindaceae Leaf Abaxial Globoid Green Combretum sp.
Neubert, Evaluation of the release profiles of flavonoids from topical formulation of the crude extract of the leaves of Dodonaea viscosa (Sapindaceae), Phamrazie, 57, 320 (2002).
(family: Sapindaceae) commonly called "Indian Horse Chestnut" and locally known as Bankhor.
Profile of medicinal plants used Botanical Family Common Plant Therapeutic Uses Name Name Name Parts Used Psidium Myrtaceae Guava Leaves Ulcers, boils, guajava rheumatic places and the chewing of the leaves to relieve toothache, oral ulcers,treating diarrhea, type 2 diabetes, hyperlipidemia, and hypertension Ficus Moraceae Banyan Leaves Treatment of ulcers, religiosa tree asthma, heart disease, viral infection, bacterial infection, and protozoan infections Cardiospermum Sapindaceae Balloon Leaves Treatment of halicacabum Wine rheumatism, nervous diseases, stiffness of the limbs, skin infection, Asthma, Abdominal disease, anemia etc.
The most representative families in species number were Fabaceae (20), Malvaceae (7), Myrtaceae (6), Apocynaceae (5), Bignoniaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Rubiaceae, and Sapindaceae, with four species each.
Family FIV Acanthaceae 11.35 Amaryllidaceae 0.22 Apiaceae 23.58 Asclepiadaceae 0.22 Asphodelaceae 0.44 Bignoniaceae 0.87 Clusiaceae 0.44 Combretaceae 0.44 Crassulaceae 0.22 Cyperaceae 0.44 Euphorbiaceae 1.31 Fabaceae 3.49 Lamiaceae 0.44 Lauraceae 0.65 Loganiaceae 0.44 Malvaceae 0.87 Meliaceae 0.44 Menispermaceae 13.53 Molluginaceae 0.22 Moringaceae 0.87 Piperaceae 1.31 Poaceae 0.44 Rutaceae 13.32 Sapindaceae 0.22 Sapotaceae 0.87 Solanaceae 10.92 Verbenaceae 3.49 Zingiberaceae 12.23 Table 3: Medicinal plant species used in Gampaha District to treat inflammatory conditions.
Litchi (Litchi chinensis Sonn.), belonging to the Sapindaceae family, is native to South China, a region that has the largest crops until today (MENZEL, WAITE, 2005).