combretum


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combretum

(kɒmˈbriːtəm)
n
(Plants) any tree or shrub belonging to the genus Combretum, native mainly to tropical and subtropical Africa and producing attractive flowers
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Noun1.combretum - any of numerous shrubs or small trees of the genus Combretum having spikes of small flowers
genus Combretum - type genus of the Combretaceae: tropical and subtropical small shrubs and trees
ligneous plant, woody plant - a plant having hard lignified tissues or woody parts especially stems
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There is a high demand for this product--58% of the urban households in Uganda use charcoal (UBOS 2016)--and large tree species such as Combretum molle R.
(3) Clusiaccae Vismia cayennensis Combrctaceae Buchenavia oxycarpa (2) Combretaceae Combretum 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.
The list of the plants used for treatments of arthritis included Terminalia avicennioides, Anacardium occidentale (Cashew tree) and Combretum glutinosum (Bois d'elephant).
Antinociceptive properties of the ethanolic extract and of the triterpene 3beta,6beta,16beta-trihidroxilup-20(29)-ene obtained from the flowers of Combretum leprosum in mice.
En effet, parmi les especes les plus utilisees par les populations du Ferlo pour se soigner, Sclerocarya birrea occupe la troisieme place apres Balanites aegyptiaca et Combretum glutinosum.
Combretum dolichopetalum plant is commonly known as sun birds wine plant which belongs to the genus Combretum that comprises of about 20 genera and 600 species distributed in Africa and Asia.
Chukwuma et al., "Phytochemical and antifungal activities of Uvaria chamae leaves and roots, Spondias mombin leaves and bark and Combretum racemosum leaves," African Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences, vol.