Adansonia digitata


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Synonyms for Adansonia digitata

African tree having an exceedingly thick trunk and fruit that resembles a gourd and has an edible pulp called monkey bread

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Larvicidal and repellent properties of Adansonia digitata against medically important human malarial vector mosquito Anopheles stephensi (Diptera: Culicidae).
1970) The medico-social and cultural significance of Adansonia digitata (baobab) in African communities.
2002), Antioxidant capacity of Adansonia digitata fruit pulp and leaves, Acta Phytotherapeutica, 5, 2
Adansonia digitata best known as the African baobab is one of the most useful species in the Sahel as it represents significant nutritional adjuncts [8].
The seeds of Adansonia digitata were collected as a result of density test underwent chemical scarification with concentrate sulfuric acid ([H.
1]) to test the hormonal influence on the morphogenesis of Adansonia digitata explants.
After 30 days of incubation in the expression medium, Adansonia digitata plantlets that had well rooted were submitted to weaning conditions.
The influence of various growth regulators was carried out on in vitro morphogenetic potential of Adansonia digitata.
The favorable effect of growth regulators on the formation of new shoots of Adansonia digitata has also been reported by Mroginski et al.
The immunostimulant effect of Adansonia digitata on the immune response of chicken vaccinated with avian cholera vaccine.
Anti-inflammatory, alalgesic and antipyretic effects of the fruit pulp of Adansonia digitata.
Multiple inflammatory and antiviral activities in Adansonia digitata (Baobab) leaves, fruits and seeds.
In terms of comparison with similar leafy plants, the leaves' zinc content recorded here was higher than values reported for Adansonia digitata (17.
INCI name: water, adansonia digitata pulp extract, xanthan gum