Family: Boraginaceae Juss. Genus: Cordia L. Cordia ecalyculata Vell. This species is accepted, and its native range is Brazil to NE. Argentina. Toggle navigation. PDF | Cordia ecalyculata belongs to the Boraginaceae family, and is commonly known as buggy coffee. It is indicated for medicinal use as a. doi: /jihp The Administration of Hydroethanolic Extract of Cordia Ecalyculata Vell., At Different Doses, Promotes Reproductive Toxicity.
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Cordia ecalyculata – Useful Tropical Plants
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Carrasco Vegetation Dense, tall xerophilous scrub with many lianas and discontinuous canopy, emergent trees sparse. No taxon was found with this ID. Amongst the more frequent plant families are the Leguminosae, Lauraceae, Myrtaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Clusiaceae and Rubiaceae.
Boraginaceae and identification of adulterations. Cordia guerckeana Search for additional papers on this topic. Life Form and Substrate Life Form.
Despite this seasonality, the plant species maintain their leaves as water is constantly avaible, due to the almost flat topography.
The present work aims at clarifying the popular names of medicinal species often misnamed in Brazil. These differences have been of great help concerning the diagnosis of commercialized vegetal drug.
Amongst the more frequent plant families are the Leguminosae, Apocynaceae, Combretaceae, Solanaceae. Amongst the more frequent plant families are the Poaceae, Asteraceae, Cyperaceae and Leguminosae. Hydrographic region Accepted names. Identification Key See Key.
Acute, subacute toxicity and genotoxic effect of a hydroethanolic extract of the cashew Anacardium occidentale L. These plants have been used in the folk medicine as: Search Criteria List all names. It is mostly associated to the Cerrado and Caatinga Biomes. Terra Firme Forest Dense and tall Amazonian forest growing above the river valleys, in higher ground that does not get flooded by the rivers. Amongst the more frequent plant families are the Asteraceae, Eriocaulaceae, Ecalycullata, Poaceae, Melastomataceae, Orchidaceae, Velloziaceae and Xyridaceae.
Reproduction for commercial use is forbidden. Toxicological evaluation by in vitro and in vivo assays of an aqueous extract prepared from Echinodorus macrophyllus leaves.
Cordia ecalyculata Vell.
Phytochemical investigation on leaf extract of Cordia salicifolia Cham. The pharmacological-botanical study of C. Vegetation Types Anthropic area Crdia where the original vegetation was disturbed or destroyed and bears little or no resemblance to its initial plant coverage, including plantations, pastures active or abandoned and urban areas.
Gerascanthus goeldiana Huber M. Images from the field Loading The main morphological-anatomical differences between the C. Caatinga stricto sensu Xerophitic type of savanna occurring within the semi-arid climate region of Northeastern Brazil. Amongst the more frequent plant families are the Vochysiaceae, Leguminosae, Malpighiaceae, and Rubiaceae. Pharmacognostic study of Porangaba Cordia ecalyculata Vell. Aquatic vegetation Found both in lotic and lentic environments, this vegetation includes floating plants, rooted plants with floating leaves and plants with submerged leaves.
Amongst the more frequent plant families are Asteraceae, Leguminosae, Malpighiaceae, Poaceae, Rubiaceae e Vochysiaceae.
Names of species accepted by Brazilian state.