Bombax ceiba

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Synonyms for Bombax ceiba

East Indian silk cotton tree yielding fibers inferior to kapok

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At the anatomical level, Ceiba pentanda and Ceiba speciosa are similar to each other and differed from Bombax ceiba Table (3).
It had been reporteded that Bombax ceiba exhibits low density hardwood and could be utilized in making matchwood [40,18].
Group I had Bombax ceiba (1) at the single level, and group II had Ceiba pentandra (2) and Ceiba speciosa (3) in one cluster at the taxonomic distance of 0.
Our analysis revealed that out of 20 combinations of RAPD primers pair, 5 combinations gave reproducible and polymorphic results when used with DNA extracted from Bombax ceiba, Ceiba pentandra and Ceiba speciosa (Fig.
According to the RAPD-PCR data for DNA banding patterns the dendrogram showed that Bombax ceiba was separated at the genetic distance/Coefficient of 1.
The objective of the present study is hence to study the coagulation and antibacterial effect of crude seed extract of Bombax ceiba L and Citrus aurantifolia fruit juice for post disinfection of coagulated water.
The crude seed extracts (CSEs) prepared from defatted Bombax ceiba seed powder were investigated in their coagulation activity using synthetic and Ruvu river water sample with low (50 NTU), medium (250 NTU) and high (500 NTU) turbidity.
Myths, traditions and fate of multipurpose Bombax ceiba L,-An appraisal.
sissoo Bombax ceiba Phoenix dactylifera and Euclyptus camaldulensis after transplanting a characteristic behaviour of Indian crested porcupine was commonly observed in the plantations.
Bombax ceiba Linn: Pharmacognostical, Phytochemistry, Ethnobotany, and Pharmacology studies.
Bombax ceiba was used by the Kavirajes of the present study for treatment of bone fracture, but used by Kavirajes of Kushtia district to increase sperm count.
In this case, the plants used were Litsea liyuyingi, Ipomoea mauritiana, Terminalia arjuna, Bombax ceiba, Trigonella foenum-graecum, and Vernonia patula.
Similarly, of the 5 and 14 plants, respectively for treatment of sexual disorders and diseases in the Ghaghot and Padma river areas, only two plants--Curculigo orchioides and Bombax ceiba were commonly used by the Kavirajes in the two areas.