2 edition of Terminalia superba found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 73-75.
|Statement||J. Groulez and P.J. Wood.|
|Contributions||Wood, Peter J.|
|LC Classifications||SD397.T47 G76 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 77 p. :|
|Number of Pages||77|
|LC Control Number||87177084|
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Terminalia superba is a deciduous Tree growing to 40 m (ft) by 40 m (ft) at a fast rate. It is hardy to zone (UK) The flowers are pollinated by Bees, Flies. The plant is not self-fertile. Suitable for: light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and prefers well-drained soil.
Suitable pH: acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. Terminalia superba is a deciduous tree species that is usually found in the upper storey in deciduous, semideciduous and moist tropical forests, where it occurs naturally. Terminalia superba is classified as a pioneer species and usually regenerates well after forest exploitation.
Seedlings are often abundant along roadsides and in medium-sized forest gaps[ Additional Physical Format: Online version: Groulez, J. Terminalia superba.
Nogent-sur-Marne, France: Centre Technique Forestier Tropical ; Oxford, England. Terminalia is a genus of large trees of the flowering plant family Combretaceae, comprising around species distributed in tropical regions of the world.
This genus gets its name from Latin terminus, referring to the fact that the leaves appear at the very tips of the : Combretaceae. Swapnil M.
Chaudhari, Sachin L. Badole, in Polyphenols in Human Health and Disease, Terminalia superba. Terminalia superba Engl. & Diels (Combretaceae) is a tree of about 30–50 m high. superba is known as “Akom” in Cameroon and is locally used in the treatment of various ailments, including diabetes mellitus, gastroenteritis, female infertility and abdominal.
Terminalia superba is widespread in West and Central Africa, from Guinea Bissau east to DR Congo and south to Cabinda (Angola). It has been planted in many tropical countries outside the natural distribution area as a promising timber plantation species, e.g.
in Uganda, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Madagascar, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, the Solomon Islands, Fiji. Terminalia superba: A monograph [J Groulez] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : J Groulez.
Other Common Names: Ofram (Ghana), Frake (Ivory Coast), Afara (Nigeria), Akom (Cameroon), Limba (Zaire, Angola). "Korina" a trade name in the United States. Distribution: Widely distributed from Sierra Leone to Angola and Zaire; occurs in rain and savanna forests. A favored plantation species in West Africa.
The Tree: Reaches a height of ft; boles straight and clear to 90 ft. Terminalia superba: Source: Melastomataceae+Lythraceae+Combretaceae of North America Update, database (version ) Acquired: Notes: Updated for ITIS by the Flora of North America Expertise Network, in connection with an update for USDA PLANTS () Reference for: Terminalia superba: Source: The PLANTS Database, database.
Limba (Terminalia superba) Common Name(s): Limba, Black Limba, White Limba, Korina, Afara. Scientific Name: Terminalia superba. We’re looking at book-matched end-grain cuts, right. I’m seeing the Grinch Who Stole Christmas (top center) flanked by bats on his left and right.
A flying monkey from the Wizard of Oz (top right). Terminalia superba. Missouri Botanical Garden. Published on the internet. Accessed: October USDA, ARS, Germplasm Resources Information Network. Terminalia superba in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S.
Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. Accessed on Oct Terminalia superba Engl. & Diels [family COMBRETACEAE], l.c. 26, t. 14 B (); Chalk & Burtt Davy, & Timbers Brit. Emp. 2: 30; Aubrév. For. Foreign Title: Terminalia superba. Book: Terminalia superba. Monographie.
pp pp. ref Abstract: The biology, ecology, phytopathology and silviculture of T. superba are described, and the characteristics of the wood, its conversion and uses are detailed Cited by: 8. Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients in Terminalia Chebula.
List of various diseases cured by Terminalia Chebula. How Terminalia Chebula is effective for various diseases is listed in repertory format.
Names of Terminalia Chebula in various languages of the world are also given. Terminalia catappa is a deciduous Tree growing to 30 m (98ft) by 35 m (ft) at a fast rate. It is hardy to zone (UK) 10 and is frost tender. The flowers are pollinated by Insects. It is noted for attracting wildlife.
Suitable for: light (sandy) and medium (loamy) soils and prefers well-drained soil. Suitable pH: acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils and can grow in very acid, very. Terminalia, genus of about species of trees of the family Combretaceae. Some species are commercially important for products such as gums, resins, and tanning extracts.
arjuna, of Southeast Asia; T. hilariana, of tropical America; T. obovata, of the West Indies and South America; and T. superba, of West Africa yield woods used for cabinetwork, tools, and boat. Idigbo (Terminalia ivorensis) Limba (Terminalia superba) Thuya (Tetraclinis articulata) Northern White Cedar (Thuja occidentalis) Western Red Cedar (Thuja plicata) Makore (Tieghemella heckelii) Basswood (Tilia americana) Australian Red Cedar (Toona ciliata) Obeche (Triplochiton scleroxylon) Eastern Hemlock (Tsuga canadensis).
Check other web resources for Terminalia superba Engl. & Diels: Mansfeld: Mansfeld's World Databas of Agricultural and Horticultural Crops ; ePIC: Electronic Plant Information Centre of Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew ; AGRICOLA: Article Citation Database or NAL Catalog of USDA's National Agricultural Library.
Terminalia Type of Holiday: Ancient Date of Observation: February 23 Where Celebrated: Rome, Italy Symbols and Customs: Boundary Stones ORIGINS Terminalia was part of ancient Roman religion, which scholars date back to the sixth century B.
Roman religion dominated Rome and influenced territories in its empire until Emperor Constantine's. • In the s–s, large limba (Terminalia superba Engl. & Diels) plantations were established in the Democratic Republic of Congo to reduce the pressure on the natural forests. • The objective of this study was to evaluate the potential of these long-rotation plantations as production forests (timber) and carbon sinks.
• Five different plantations, Cited by: 5. The potential of plantations of Terminalia superba Engl. & Diels for wood and biomass production (Mayombe Forest, Democratic Republic of Congo) Article.
UNSPECIFIED - AUGUST Botany - Trees - Oil palm (Elaeis guineensis), Cola cordifolia, Superb Terminalia or Korina (Terminalia superba), African or Lagos Mahogany (Khaya ivorensis), Sapele (Entandrophragma cylindricum), Abachi (Triplochiton scleroxylon), African corkwood tree (Musanga cecropioides).
Abstract. Terminalia superba (T. superba) is a medicinal plant used in traditional treatment of several diseases in Africa. In order to establish the safety of T. superba extracts, larval cytotoxicity and acute oral toxicity tests were carried out. The grafting of Terminalia superba using a herbaceous end split is described and illustrated.
The technique is compared with other grafting methods used for T. superba, and related to experimental work carried out on the grafting of other woody species. This new method of grafting T. superba appears to have good potential for solving the problem of cloning mature : B.
Boutin. The heartwood is yellowish brown to pale pinkish brown; it is not clearly demarcated from the slightly paler, 2 - 5cm wide band of sapwood. The grain is usually straight, sometimes slightly interlocked; texture is moderately coarse; lustre moderate; the.
An Terminalia in uska genus han Terminalia in nahilalakip ha familia nga Combretaceae. Ilarom nga taxa. Terminalia actinophylla; Terminalia acuminata; Terminalia adamantium; Terminalia adenopoda; Terminalia alata; Terminalia albida; Terminalia amazoniaGinhadi-an: Plantae. Terminalia chebula is called the "king of medicines" in Tibet and is one of the prime Ayurvedic herbs from India because of its extraordinary healing powers.
It is actually the dried fruit from the Terminalia chebula tree, also referred to as : Terminalia chebula fruit helps with digestive disorders, improves memory & may lower cholesterol. Terminalia chebula were isolated on reverse phase chromatography 26 There are seven varieties of Terminalia chebula all of which are more or less used in similar fashion but vary in specific usages and quality amoorthy et al /ech Res,6(1),pp Figure 2 various acids presents in Terminalia chebula and their File Size: KB.
Henero sa mga tanom nga bulak ang Terminalia sakop sa kabanay nga Combretaceae. Matang nga nahiubos. Terminalia actinophylla; Terminalia acuminata; Terminalia adamantium; Terminalia adenopoda; Terminalia alata; Terminalia albidaDivision: Tracheophyta.
This study investigated the combustion related properties of briquette for energy generation. Wood briquettes were successfully produced from air-dried sawdust of three wood species (Terminalia superba, Triplochiton scleroxylon and Afzelia africana) that were collected from Forestry Research Institute of Nigeria (FRIN) sawmill.
The briquettes were produced at 66% Author: Adegoke Idowu Abimbola. Butea superba is a vine that grows in India, China, Vietnam, and Thailand. The roots (tubers) are used as medicine. People take Butea superba for erectile dysfunction (ED), increasing sexual.
Limba (Terminalia superba), also referred to as afara, is widely distributed from Sierra Leone to Angola and Zaire in the rainforest and savanna forest. Limba is also favored as a plantation species in West Africa. The CABI Encyclopedia of Forest Trees provides an extensive overview of of the world's most important forest trees.
Tropical, subtropical, temperate and boreal trees of major economic importance are included, covering tree species used in Pages: This paper evaluates the combustion properties of fuelwood and pyrolytic products from three selected sawmill wood residues - Gmelina arborea, Terminalia superba and Triplochiton scleroxylon.
Pyrolysis experiments were performed atand °C. The percentage oil, pH, viscosities were considered. The highest yield of oil yield was at °C (%) for. Terminalia superba Engl. & Diels Show All Show Tabs superb terminalia.
"Terminalia ivorensis is sometimes used as a substitute for light limba, but of all the various commercial Terminalia species similar to limba, superba is the most in demand," Gilmer says. Gilmer. This page was last edited on 26 Octoberat Files are available under licenses specified on their description page.
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Statistics. The Plant List includes scientific plant names of species rank for the genus these 54 are accepted species names. The Plant List includes a further 23 scientific plant names of infraspecific rank for the genus do not intend The Plant List to be complete for names of infraspecific rank.
These are primarily included because names of. Butea Superba (Red Kwao Krua) has been traditionally used as a male tonic herb.
This potent extract from the root of Butea Superba contains high concentrations of flavonoids and flavonoid glycosides. Studies have showed that high flavonoid and flavonoid glycoside content may support increased blood flow.
***These vegetable-derived capsules /5(63).The aqueous extract of Terminalia superba leaves was subjected to phytochemical screening. Antidiarrhoeal property of the extract was determined at 50, and mg/kg body weight in castor oil-induced diarrhoeal Wistar rats.
Phytochemical screening revealed the presence of saponins, cardenolides, triterpenes, flavonoids, steroids, phenolics and tannins, whereas Cited by: 4. Butea superba is a vine that grows in India, China, Vietnam, and Thailand. The roots are used as medicine.
People take Butea superba for sexual performance problems (erectile dysfunction, ED) and lack of interest in sexual also take it for diarrhea, painful or difficult urination, and fever.