The African oil-tree rose above the mass, with leaves fifteen feet in length upon its stalk, the latter studded with sharp thorns; the bombax
, or silk-cotton-tree, filled the wind, as it swept by, with the fine down of its seeds; the pungent odors of the pendanus, the "kenda" of the Arabs, perfumed the air up to the height where the Victoria was sailing; the papaw-tree, with its palm-shaped leaves; the sterculier, which produces the Soudan-nut; the baobab, and the banana-tree, completed the luxuriant flora of these inter-tropical regions.
Akuakua nisuo (Akuapem) (K005) Bombacaceae Bombax
Nyankuduro/Akonkodies buonopozense P.
Manaf, Dyes Removal from Aqeous Solution Using Wood Activated Charcoal of Bombax
Cieba Tree, J.
enquanto os homens trabalham nisso [o corte de uma barriguda (Bombax
) para ser usada como vaso de fermentacao] as mulheres se ocupam em preparar o 'cain' com mandioca ou milho.
Ahn, "Antiangiogenic activity of lupeol from Bombax
ceiba," Phytotherapy Research, vol.
Comparative study on physical and mechanical properties of plywood produced from Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus camaldulensis Dehn.) and Simul (Bombax
ceiba L.) veneers.
24 1.6 0.4 Bombax
paraensis Ducke 20 1.7 0.4 Eperuafalcata Aubl.
Rising one thousand metres above the sea richly wooded with wild olive phulai (Acacia modesta) a species of wild pistachio some sumbal (Bombax
malabaricum) and on the very peak a few chir (Pinus longifolia) Tilla Jogian has long been hallowed ground.
Prominent among them are Dalbergia sissoo Eucalyptus camadulensis Azadirachta indica Acacia nilotica and Bombax
Recently, we have also found lupeol, isolated from the stem bark of Bombax
ceiba (Khan et al., 2010) and its congener, dihydoxy lupeol palmitate from Loranthus micranthus to show stimulatory effects on osteoblast differentiation as assessed by ALP assay and determination of osteogenic gene expression.