, stem-bark extracts, fractions and ellagic acid.
Kobayashi, Sarusubine A, a new dimeric Lythraceae
alkaloid from Lagerstroemia subcostata, Tetrahedron Lett.
Robinson 23 Lawsonia Lythraceae
Mehedi Leaf inermis L.
The Fabaceae family contributed 6 plants, followed by the Lamiaceae with 4 plants, and Lythraceae
and Zingiberaceae families with 3 plants per family.
The plant belongs to the family Lythraceae
and is best known for its colouring matter contained in the leaves.
bladderwort) H+ Lythraceae
Decodon verticillatus (L.
Lamiaceae Epimeridi salvifolius -- Lythraceae
Pemphis acidula tools Malvaceae Hibiscus radiatus food (?
Thomas 1745 Ammania robusta Heer Lythraceae
The henna shrub (Lawsonia inermis) is the most famous member of the Lythraceae
family plants best known as a source of natural dyes.
Especimenes estudiados: sobre Lythraceae
, Cuphea carthagenensis (Jacquin) MacBride, HONDURAS: Las Mesas, 2 Die.
Some species, members of the Lythraceae
plant family, have already been released as ornamental ground cover for urban settings in the southeastern United States.
nanus were also reported in many other plants of the families Anacardiaceae (Sapindales), Aquifoliaceae (Aquifoliales), Euphorbiaceae (Malpighiales), Fabaceae (Fabales), Combretaceae, Lythraceae
, Myrtaceae (Myrtales), and Rubiaceae (Gentianales) (Veloso 1951; Silva et al.
M Ps, mEq Tcpr Lythraceae
Lagerstroemia M Fs Tcpr parviflora Roxb.
A dimeric Lythraceae
alkaloid with a cyclobutane ring, sarusubine A (59), has been isolated from the leaves of Lagerstroemia subcostata (Watanabe et al.
ex Roxb) Koehne] is an important aquatic ornamental and medicinal plant of family Lythraceae