Astronium


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Related to Astronium: Astronium fraxinifolium
  • noun

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FAMILY NAME: Astronium fraxinifolium and Astronium graveolens of the Family Anacardinaceae
Antiulcer plants from the American continent Family and botanical name Origin Part used Extract Anacardiaceae Astronium urundeuva Brazil DBK EtOH ext.
50] Part of plant tested ([micro]g/ml) ([micro]g/ml) GB1559 Astronium urundeuvea (Allem.
three of the above species, the anacardiaceous Astronium fraxinifolium
members of the anacardiaceous Brazilian Astronium graveolens, which
Inhibition of respiratory activities in some of these microbial species was produced by the extracts of Astronium balansae, Geoffroea decorticans, Peltophorum dubium, Geoffroea spinosa, Lantana balansae, Prosopis kuntzei, Prosopis ruscifolia and Bulnesia sarmientoi, with minimal inhibitory concentrations (MIC) ranging from 0.
In addition, the extracts of Astronium balansae, Geoffroea decorticans and Peltophorum dubium were able to inhibit E.
They are Astronium fraxinifolium and Astronium graveolens.
Astronium fraxinifolium of the family Anacardiaceae.
Menezes AMS (1998) Atividade antiinflamatoria e antiulcerogenica de Astronium urundeuva Engl.
Goncalo alves is the common name given to two closely related species - Astronium fraxinifolium and Astronium graveolens of the Family Anacardiaceae.
Astronium graveolens and Astronium fraxinifolium of the Family Anacardiaceae
In the United States, goncalo alves or Astronium fraxinifolium, is commonly called kingwood and tigerwood instead of zebrawood.