Butea monosperma


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  • noun

Synonyms for Butea monosperma

East Indian tree bearing a profusion of intense vermilion velvet-textured blooms and yielding a yellow dye

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Total extract and standardized fraction from the stem-bark of Butea monosperma have osteoprotective action: evidence for the non-estrogenic osteogenic effect of the standardized fraction.
Antihyperglycemic and antioxidant effect of hydroethanolic extract of Butea monosperma bark in diabetic mice.
Butea monosperma seeds were collected from the wild and authenticated at the institute.
Fifty grams of Butea monosperma seed powder was homogenized with 250ml of 0.
In the present study protein was extracted from the seeds of Butea monosperma to evaluate its antitryptic potential.
Family: Verbenaceae), locally known as nirgundi found in warmer zone of India, Butea monosperma L.
Of the five different extracts tested, aqueous extract of Butea monosperma L.
All the extracts showed their antifilarial effects in a dose dependent manner; however aqueous extract of Butea monosperma L.
Total extract and standardized fraction from the 1 stem-bark of Butea monosperma have osteoprotective action: evidence for the non-estrogenic osteogenic effect of the standardized fraction.
The present study was carried out to study the effect of Butea monosperma, a known liver acting drug on the tumor promotion related events of carcinogenesis in rat liver.
Anticonvulsive activity of Albizzia lebbeck, Hibiscus rosa sinesis and Butea monosperma in experimental animals.
Bhatwadekar AD, Chintawar SD, Logade NA, Somani RS, Kasture VS, Kasture SB (1991) Anti-stress activity of Butea monosperma flowers.
Bhargava SK (1986b) Estrogenic and post coital anticonceptive activity in rats of butin isolated from Butea monosperma seed.
Dixit VP, Agarwal M, Bhargava SK, Gupta RS, Jam GC (198 la) Effect of Butea monosperma seed extract fraction (Butin) on the testicular function of rats, dogs and presbytis monkey.
Prashanth D, Asha MK, Amit A, Padmaja R (2001) Anthelmintic activity of Butea monosperma.