CORDIA ECALYCULATA VELL PDF

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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Sorry, but Javascript is not enabled in your browser! Bonnetia parviflora Spruce ex Benth. Euploca ternata Vahl J.

Grassland Open vegetation where there is a generally continuous carpet of grasses and subshrubby dicots while trees and robust shrubs are almost absent, found within the Cerrado and Pampa Biomes. Learn what derived works are clicking here. Phytochemical investigation on leaf extract of Cordia salicifolia Cham.

The pharmacological-botanical study of C. FU States Accepted names. Large Inference Muscle Comet Assay.

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Carrasco Vegetation Dense, tall xerophilous scrub with many lianas and discontinuous canopy, emergent trees sparse. Heliotropium vll Ruiz et Pav. Amongst the more frequent plant families are the Leguminosae, Lecythidaceae, Chrysobalanaceae, Sapotaceae and Burseraceae.

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Amongst the more frequent plant families are the Vochysiaceae, Leguminosae, Malpighiaceae, and Rubiaceae. No taxon was found with this ID.

Chemoprotective effects of hesperidin against genotoxicity induced by cyclophosphamide in mice bone marrow cells. Evaluation of the genotoxic and cytotoxic effects of crude extracts of Cordia ecalyculata and Echinodorus grandiflorus. Medicinal plants Study Pharmacobotany Pharmacognosy.

Evaluation of the genotoxic potential of the natural neurotoxin tetrodotoxin TTX in a battery of in vitro and in vivo genotoxicity assays. Gerascanthus goeldiana Huber M. Amongst the more frequent plant families are the Araceae, Cyperaceae, Nymphaeaceae, Pontederiaceae, Alismataceae and Poaceae.

Cordia ecalyculata

Skip to search form Skip to main content. Protective effects of total saponins from stem and leaf of Panax ginseng against cyclophosphamideinduced genotoxicity and apoptosis in mouse bone marrow cells and peripheral lymphocyte cells.

Mixed Ombrophylous Forest Pluvial, tall forest characterized by the presence of Araucaria pines growing together with dicot trees and palms. Campinarana Low, sparse vegetation growing on sandy soils mostly within terra firme land in the Amazon. Confirmed Occurrence Possible occurrences: Tratado de fitogeografia do Brasil: Description with controlled fields. Caatinga Xerophilous thorny forest and scrub of the drylands of northeastern Brazil.

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Wittelsbachia orinocensis Kunth Mart. Seasonal Evergreen Forest Found at the southern border of the Amazon Alto Xingu region this forest occurs on latossoils and is markedly seasonal, with a dry season varying from four to six months.

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In vivo rodent micronucleus assay: Loading images from FSI server Please, try again later. Identification Key See Key. Amongst the more frequent plant families are the Arecaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Malvaceae, Moraceae and Polygonaceae.

Amongst the more frequent plant families are Asteraceae, Leguminosae, Malpighiaceae, Poaceae, Rubiaceae e Vochysiaceae. Hydrographic region Accepted names.

Restinga Vegetation complex ocurring in the seaside lowlands of Brazil, establishing over sea deposits of sandy sediment.

Euploca hassleriana Chodat J. Amongst the more frequent plant families are the Leguminosae, Malvaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Apocynaceae and Sapindaceae. Amongst the more frequent plant families are the Arecaceae, Lauraceae, Myrsinaceae, Myrtaceae, Bromeliaceae, and Rubiaceae.

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