Anti-inflammatory and Analgesic Effects of the Methanol Stem Bark Extract of Brachystegia
eurycoma Harms (Fabaceae).
The area is located in a miombo ecoregion; an area characterised by the miombo ecosystem dominated by Brachystegia
boehmii Julbernardia globiflora and Terminalia species.
Not rated 21 Begonia sp Not rated 22 Begonia eminii Not rated 23 Ceiba pentandra Not rated 24 Dacryodes edulis Not rated 25 Canarium schweinfurthi Not rated 26 Dacryodes yangambiensis Not rated 27 Gilbertiodendron dewrei Not rated 28 Scorodophloeus zenkeri Not rated 29 Schotia bequaertii Not rated 30 Pachyelasme tessmannii Not rated 31 Brachystegia
laurentii Not rated 32 Cynometra sessiliflora Not rated 33 Guibortia demeusei Not rated 34 Erythrophloeum suavolens Not rated 35 Macrolobium coeruleum Not rated 36 Copaifera mildbraedii Not rated 37 Julbemalia Not rated 38 Combretum sp.
2] of trackless wilderness covered by brachystegia
and miombo woodland, palm-fringed swamp and sand rivers.
The upper layer of these woody savannahs is dominated by species that share the formation of ectomycorrhiza: species of the genera Brachystegia
and Julbernardia (both Leguminosae) in the African miombo, dipterocarps in Indochina, and eucalyptus in Australia.
The vegetation is dominated by Brachystegia
and Julbernardia spp.
The mine is situated approximately 680 m above sea level, and is surrounded by a broken granite terrain covered with Brachystegia
The Kalahari sand zones are the most extensive and they support commercially valuable Baikiaea plurijuga woodlands associated with Pterocarpus angolensis, Recinodendron rautanenii, Burkea Africana, Brachystegia
spiciformis, Julbernadia globiflora, Terminalia sereca, Guibourtia coleosperma, Combretum species and Diplorynchus condylocarpon.
woodland (MRAC 153 030); 1[female] same locality, 6.
They feed on plants of the genera Afzelia, Brachystegia
, Julbernardia, Lonchocarpus, and Xeroderris.
Changes in photosynthesis and water status of developing leaves of Brachystegia
The trees are Brachystegia
boehmii and Microberlinia brazzavillensis.
Habitat: Doratogonus rugifrons occurs predominantly in the savanna biome and its presence seems to be related to the distribution of Brachystegia
woodland in the northern parts of its range (Hamer & Slotow 2000).
Larvae feed on plants of the genera Afzelia quanzensis, Brachystegia
spiciformis, and Julbernardia globiflora.
Larvae feed on plants of the genera Brachystegia
, Julbernardia, Amblygonocarpus, and Dalbergia.