Bignoniaceae


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The biological screening of fractions derived from leaves of some plants of Bignoniaceae such as Macfadyena unguis-cati have revealed antitumoral, antitrypanosomal and anti-inflammatory activities (Duarte 2000).
Tabebuia avellandedae, Tabebuia ipe and Tabebuia serratifolia of the Family Bignoniaceae
Some Bignoniaceae species have been evaluated for in vitro antiplasmodial activity against Plasmodium falciparum (Pillaya et al.
1) is a bioactive quinone, originally isolated from the heartwood of trees of the Bignoniaceae family (Tabebuia sp.
Total # Family/Species Part eaten individuals Anacardiaceae Anacardium excelsum S 10 Spondias mombin FP,B 66 Spondias purpurea FP 2 Mangifera indica ** FP 10 Bignoniaceae Tabebuia rosea F 2 Bombacaceae Ceiba aesculifolia FS,B,L 9 Ceiba pentandra S,B 4 Bombacopsis quinata FS,B 7 Ochroma pyramidale F 12 Caesalpiniaceae Schizolobium parahybum S,L,B 9 Delonix regia * F,S,L 206 Cassia grandis FS,B 8 Combretaceae Terminalia catappa * FS,L 498 Lythraceae Lagerstroemia speciosa * S 31 Meliaceae Cedrela odorata S 2 Swietenia macrophylla S 2 Fabaceae Pseudosamanea guachapele F,L,B 23 Lysiloma divaricatum S 7 Enterolobium cyclocarpum B,Li 4 Inga vera ES,L 18 Inga sp.
NM 0 I A U SuF BIGNONIACEAE Catalpa speciosa Warder SC I P R Sp BORAGINACEAE Hackelia virginiana (L.
0 2 Asteraceae Helianthus Asterales D D D F Balsaminaceae Impatiens Ericales 0 0 1 0 Bignoniaceae Jacaranda Lamiales 0 1 1 0 Boraginaceae Borago 0 D 0 D Boraginaceae Pholisma 0 0 0 1 Bruniaceae Brunia 0 0 0 2 Byblidaceae Byblis Lamiales 0 ?
A plant family that is not often used by the folk medicinal or tribal medicinal practitioners (henceforth both will be referred to as folk medicinal practitioners or Kavirajes unless necessary otherwise) in Bangladesh is the Bignoniaceae family.
Secondary metabolites belonging to different classes have already been reported for Bignoniaceae species, including naphthoquinones (Morais et al.
Antimicrobial potentials of some plants species of the Bignoniaceae family.
Two more species of Bignoniaceae with LSI: Dolichandra cynanchoides and Tabebuia nodosa.