Albizzia lebbeck

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Related to Albizzia lebbeck: Bauhinia variegata, Acacia nilotica
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Synonyms for Albizzia lebbeck

large spreading Old World tree having large leaves and globose clusters of greenish-yellow flowers and long seed pods that clatter in the wind

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Several low cost adsorbents such as xanthated saw dust, peanut skins, rice straw and hulls, peat, activated charcoal, rice husk, coconut husk and rice bran, silica, Albizzia lebbeck pods, lime, steel wool, lignin and Ablesmoschus esculentus etc.
Albizzia lebbeck pods, Groundnut shells have been procured from Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology campus and local market respectively.
Groundnut shell, Albizzia lebbeck pods are pretreated to improve the physical characteristics of the adsorbents to prevent color leaching as well as to insolubilise the tannins.
3 parts of Groundnut and 1 part of Albizzia lebbeck) have been loaded into glass column of height 57cm and diameter 1.7cm to promote even distribution of packing, the ends of which were closed by glass wool to prevent the sorbent particles from separating and floating to design PBR.
Although Albizzia lebbeck pods had potential for biosorption but being seasonal cannot be exploited for commercialization.
Amount of Biosorbent = 10gm (3parts GNSP: 1part Albizzia lebbeck), pH = 2.5, Flow Rate = 0.3 ml/min., Total Binding capacity of Hybrid column = 61mg
Albizzia lebbeck and Groundnut shell in combination and of pure Groundnut shell column.
Sharma MP, Bhatia N, Adholeya A (2001) Mycorrhizal dependency and growth responses of Acacia nilotica and Albizzia lebbeck to inoculation by indigenous AM fungi as influenced by available soil P levels in a semi-arid Alfisol wasteland.
Anticonvulsive activity of Albizzia lebbeck, Hibiscus rosa sinesis and Butea monosperma in experimental animals.
Verma et al., "Antidiabetic, renal/ hepatic/pancreas/cardiac protective and antioxidant potential of methanol/dichloromethane extract of Albizzia Lebbeck Benth.
Hemalatha, "Wound healing potential of the root extract of Albizzia lebbeck," Planta Medica, vol.