bonduc


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Synonyms for bonduc

handsome tree of central and eastern North America having large bipinnate leaves and green-white flowers followed by large woody brown pods whose seeds are used as a coffee substitute

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

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bonduc oil (257 mg KOH/g) while, the lowest value was in Jatropha curcas oil (173 mg KOH/g).
bonduc and M.indica oil, with iodine values of 15.7, 25.1 and 45.9 mg/g iodine, respectively, are believed to be made up of predominantly saturated and monounsaturated fatty acids and thus most suitable for use as cutting fluids where, high level of oil saturation is required (Fox and Stachowiak, 2007; Jayadas andNair, 2006).
Effect of stem cuttings and hormonal pre treatment on propagation of Embelia tsjeriam and Caesalpinia bonduc, two important medicinal plant species.
The caesalpina bonduc seeds and cowry shells, the most common in mancala games (de Voogt, 1997), are large enough to count and distribute the counters comfortably around the holes.
Caesalpinia bonduc (Bhattacharyya et al., 2007), broad bean (Ye et al.
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.
The seed of the plant is known as fever nut, bonduc nut and physic nut and the medicinal properties were mainly localized to the seed coat or seed kernel.
Although chemical defence may confer resistance, our experiments and observations suggest that physical barriers, such as hard endocarps (Inocarpus, Terminalia, and Tristiropsis) or seed coats (Caesalpinia bonduc, Entada rheddii, Erythrina variegata, and Strongylodon lucidus) protect some seeds from crabs.
Keywords: Caesalpinia bonduc Caesalpinia pulcherrina caesanol 6p 7p-dibenzoyloxyvouacapen-5a-ol isolation.
(Rakhain) Caesalpinia bonducella (L.) Fleming English: Bonduc nut, Fever nut Capsicum frutescens Solanaceae Dhan morich Fruit L., syn.
Analytical study of Kuberaksha/Kantaki karanja patra Churna [Caesalpinia bonduc (L.) Roxb.
Effects of leaf extract of Caesalpinia bonduc (Caesalpiniaceae) on the contractile activity of uterine smooth muscle of pregnant rats.