Wood of Pereskia
aculeata (Cactaceae) is shown in Fig.
aculeata Miller leaves accelerate excisional wound healing in mice," Journal of Ethnopharmacology, vol.
Dispersao de sementes de Pereskia
aculeata Muller (Cactaceae) num fragmento florestal no sudeste do Brasil.
Johan, "Apoptosis induction in MV4-11 and K562 human leukemic cells by Pereskia
sacharosa (Cactaceae) leaf crude extract," Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention, vol.
The plants include; Averrhoa bilimbi (AB), Cosmos caudatus (CC) and Pereskia
bleo (PB) which are usually consumed as part of a meal, eaten either raw or taken after a blanching processes .
Histological aspects of root formation in petioles of detached leaves of Pereskia
grandifolia (Cactaceae): natural conditions and effects of GA3 and dark.
The commonly appreciated species were Clerodendrum inerme (Verbenaceae) for their dense foliage; Bougainvillea glabra (Nyctaginaceae) for their purple flowers and thorns; Pithecellobium dulce (Fabaceae) mainly for thorns and dense foliage when the plant was young and Pereskia
grandiflora (Acanthaceae) for thorns and ease of their cuttings pushing.
Muhammad, "Methanolic extract of Pereskia
bleo (Kunth) DC.
The main plant species found in the paddock were as follows: Rhamnidium molle Reissek; Pereskia
bahiensis Gurke; Arrojadoa rhodantha (Gurke) Britton & Rose; Aspidosperma pyrifolium Mart.; Cnidoscolus bahianus (Ule) Pax & K.
Basal cactus phylogeny: implicactions of Pereskia
(Cactaceae) paraphyly for the transition to the cactus life form.
Anti-proliferative and mutagenic activities of aqueous and methanol extracts of leaves from Pereskia
bleo (Kunth) DC (Cactaceae).