Antifeedantand larvicidal activities of Rhein isolated from the flowers of Cassia fistula
, also known as golden shower tree, is a flowering plant that belongs to the Caesalpiniaceae family.
No silica bodies were observed in Cassia occidentalis and Dalbergia sisso where as in Cassia fistula
both the abaxial and adaxial sides showed the presence of silica bodies.
was used by the TMP for treatment of constipation in children; such ethnomedicinal uses have been reported for in Iran.
Larvicidal and ovicidal activity of Cassia fistula
Considering the fact that a number of members of the Cassia genus have been reported in the scientific literature for their antidiabetic as well as antinociceptive activities, and that Cassia fistula
is used by the folk medicinal practitioners of bangladesh for treatment of diabetes and pain, it was the objective of the present study to evaluate the antihyperglycemic and antinociceptive potential of methanol extracts of leaves of this plant in rodent model systems.
Another factor could have been the constant offshore wind, though having said that Cassia fistula
recently planted on another coastal development are doing well.
Linn (Caesalpinaceae) tree is one of the most widespread in the forests of India, usually occurring in deciduous forests.
Nombre comun Especie Familia Achiote Bixa orellana Bixaceae Huancahuisacha Aristolochia pilosa Aristolochiaceae Yuquilla Euphorbia cotinifolia Euphorbiaceae Pinon blanco Jathropha curcas Euphorbiaceae Floripondio Brugmansia x candida Solanaceae Retama comun Cassia fistula
Fabaceae Oreja de tigre Tradescantia zebrina Commelinaceae Ucullucuysacha Heliotropium indicum Boraginaceae Curare Chondrodendron tomentosum Menispermaceae Sacha yoco Paullinia clavigera Sapindaceae Nombre comun Estructuras de uso Estado fenologico Achiote Semillas Fructificacion Huancahuisacha Hojas y tallos D.
La descripcion del dano en Cassia fistula
por este insecto, es reportado por Bata y Bhatnagar (1986).
Family: Caesalpiniaceae, Botanical name: Cassia fistula
was used by the Kaviraj for treatment of eczema and coughs (Serial Number 3).
Plant materials include Acorus calamus (Araceae) stem, Asparagus racemosus (Asparagaceae) root, Aegle marmelos (Rutaceae) leaves and fruits, Cassia fistula
(Fabaceae) fruits, Gymnema sylvestre (Asclepiadaceae) leaves, Holarrhena antidysenterica (Apocynaceae) bark, Mimusops elengi (Sapotaceae) bark, Ocimum sanctum (Lamiaceae) leaves, Piper longum (Piperaceae) leaves, Sapindus trifoliatus (Sapindaceae) fruits, Terminalia arjuna (Combretaceae) bark, Terminalia bellerica (Combretaceae) fruits, Terminalia chebula (Combretaceae) fruits and Withania somnifera (Solanaceae) roots.
Yellow 'Konna' flower is the flower of Cassia fistula
Moheb Ali and his colleagues evaluated the efficacy of 2-5 and 5% hydroalcoholic extract of Cassia fistula
against CL ulcers in small, white mice28.