caranda


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Synonyms for caranda

South American palm yielding a wax similar to carnauba wax

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As an urban and architectural element Caranda was a success, becoming a physical and social fixture in the tradition of Braga's older covered markets.
Characters of semi-ripe strawberries and raspberries with tart cranberries, bengal currants or carissa carandas, and pomegranates were easily discernible.
Various fruits and pods of 25 medicinal plants (Prosopis juliflora, Carissa carandas, Ceiba speciosa, Heterophragma adenophyllum Cestrum diurnum Jacaranda mimosifolia, Diospyros malabarica, Terminalia bellerica, Ficus lyrata, Diospyros peregrine, Cinnamomum verum, Erysimum cheiri, Buchanania lanzan, Withania somnifera, Fagonia arabica, Berberis lycium, Strychnos potatorum, Matthiola incana, Ziziphora tenuior, Centaurea behen, Rosa indica, Punica granatum, Lodoicea maldivica, Cassia absus, Celastrus paniculatus) were extracted by ethanol.
RAI & MISRA (2005), em estudo com a micropropagacao de Carissa carandas L., observaram que o AIB nao resultou em enraizamento satisfatorio, distintamente, ANTONOPOLOU et al.
Ali, "Adaptogenic activity of lanostane triterpenoid isolated from Carissa carandas fruit against physically and chemically challenged experimental mice," Pharmacognosy Journal, vol.
Histamine releasing activity has been reported for Carissa carandas roots (Joglekar and Gaitonde, 1970).
Abstract: The Purpose of this study was to examine the lipid lowering activity of aqueous: ethanol (1:1) extract of Carissa carandas in Egg yolk induced hyperlipidemic rats.
Whereas the quantitative analysis of ethanol extract showed that fruit of Carissa carandas and Lodoicea maldivica seeds of Erysimum cheiri, whole plant of Fagonia arabica and branches of Withania somnifera had 80% of total terpenoids contents.
The objective of the present study was to evaluate the antihyperglycemic potential of methanol extracts of leaves of Annona reticulata and Carissa carandas in oral glucose tolerance tests using glucose-loaded Swiss albino mice.
Ripe fruits of Carissa carandas were advised to be directly taken as treatment for acidity.