Caesalpinia bonduc

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Synonyms for Caesalpinia bonduc

tropical tree with large prickly pods of seeds that resemble beans and are used for jewelry and rosaries

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Effect of stem cuttings and hormonal pre treatment on propagation of Embelia tsjeriam and Caesalpinia bonduc, two important medicinal plant species.
A trypsin and chymotrypsin inhibitor from Caesalpinia bonduc seeds: isolation, partial characterization and insecticidal properties.
These larvae, and all others used in the studies we report here, originated from stock sourced from a wild population at BHSP and were raised on Caesalpinia bonduc L.
Leaves and top of stems of Clerodendrum viscosum along with leaves of Trichosanthes dioica and leaves of Caesalpinia bonduc are macerated and the juice obtained is fed to cattle with seeds of Piper nigrum 3-4 times daily.
The pharmacological properties of Caesalpinia bonduc Roxb.
Key words: Caesalpinia bonduc extract (Cebo), Neostigmine, Gallamine
The aim of the present study was to examine the pharmacological effects of the leaf extract of Caesalpinia bonduc (Cebo) in comparison with those of well-known substances, in an attempt to determine the activity of Cebo against the effect of venom and in order to explain the extract's mechanism of action.
Influence of Caesalpinia bonduc extract on twitch contractions of the anterior skeletal muscle in situ
Present investigations show that the extract of Caesalpinia bonduc increased, dose-dependently, the twitch tension of rat anterior tibia muscle in situ.
Cassane furanoditerpenoids from the seed kernels of Caesalpinia bonduc from Thailand.
Mosquito larvicidal properties of various extract of leaves and fixed oil from the seeds of Caesalpinia bonduc (L) Roxb.
(size of gram seeds) are made from macerated young buds of Caesalpinia bonduc and rhizomes of Curcuma longa.
Effects of leaf extract of Caesalpinia bonduc (Caesalpiniaceae) on the contractile activity of uterine smooth muscle of pregnant rats.