Erythrina variegata


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Synonyms for Erythrina variegata

small to medium-sized thorny tree of tropical Asia and northern Australia having dense clusters of scarlet or crimson flowers and black seeds

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Basu, "Human erythrocyte specific lectin from the seeds of Indian coral tree, Erythrina variegata Linn, var.
Xinsheng, "Four new isoflavonoids from the stem bark of Erythrina variegata," Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin, vol.
An increase in the rate of CO2 assimilation, photosynthetic pigments, soluble proteins, carbohydrates, fresh and dry biomass, electron transport rate and activity of photosystem I and II was observed in Erythrina variegata seedlings (Muthuchelian et al.
2013), Erythrina variegata seedlings (Muthuchelian et al.
La Erythrina variegata y Tithonia diversifolia, en el grupo dos, con los mayores contenidos de Ca, CC y digestibilidad de la proteina bruta (DPB); y los mas bajos en FND y HCEL.
La Erythrina variegata, en el grupo seis, presento los valores mas elevados de MS, Mg, Si, FAD y los mas bajos de DFND y DFAD.
was isolated from a fresh healthy leaf of Erythrina variegata collected in Samutsakorn Province, Thailand, in July 2008, according to the previously reported procedure (Sappapan et al.
Chymotrypsin inhibitor from Erythrina variegata seeds: involvement of amino acid residues within the primary binding loop in potent inhibitory activity toward chymotrypsin.
Antibacterial property of isoflavonoids isolated from Erythrina variegata against cariogenic oral bacteria.
Antibacterial activity of isoflavonoids isolated from Erythrina variegata against methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.
In a previous report, we used sixteen isoflavonoids from Erythrina variegata to demonstrate that pterocapans possessing [gamma],[gamma]-dimethylallyl group at the C-2 and/or C-10 position and hydroxyl groups at the C-3 and/or C-9 position show anti-MRSA activity and that methyl ethers of the C-9 position reduce the activity (Tanaka et al.
The antibacterial property of 7 compounds, isolated from Erythrina variegata (Leguminosae) by repeated silica gel column chromatography, against cariogenic oral bacteria was investigated.