Revision of the genus Cassia

by Bentham, George

Publisher: R. Taylor in London

Written in English
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  • Legumes -- Anatomy.
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    Statementby George Bentham ; read March 4, 1869.
    SeriesLandmarks of science II
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQ111 .H35, QK495.L52 .H35
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationp. 503-591, [4] leaves of plates
    Number of Pages591
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19891977M

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De Wit H C D Revision of the genus Cassia as occurring in Malaysia; Webbia 11 Driver J E Bentley and Drirer's Texr Book ofPharmaceutical Chemistry 7th edition (London: Oxford University Press) Duthie J F Flora of the Upper Gangetic Plain and of the Adjacent Siwalik and yan Tracts. Cassia obtusifolia andCassia tora are distinct in several important phytochemical characters. Obtusin, obtusifolin and stigmasterol are confined only toCassia obtusifolia and chrysoobtusin toCassia tora. They also differ in their amino acid constituents. Cyotine y-hydroxyarginine and aspartic acid are present inCassia tora but absent inCassia obtusifolia. on a book which was to become a landmark in the study of cacti and (2) the way actually responsible for the extreme splitting of the genus Cassia as practiced in published with him a "Revision of the North-American Umbelliferae" in December , and obtained a Dr. phil. in   Cassia definition: any plant of the mainly tropical leguminous genus Cassia, esp C. fistula, whose pods | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

  1. Introduction. Caesalpinioideae includes genera and about species of tropical and sub-tropical trees and shrubs (Lewis et al., ).Boulos () recorded the following wild species in Egyptian flora italica, Cassia holosericea, Cassia occidentalis, Cassia senna and Delonix elata.. The principal characteristics of the leaf venation pattern of a species are genetically fixed. Senna occidentalis (L.)Link Email comments HIGHER TAXON: Cassieae GENUS: Senna Mill. Senna occidentalis (L.)Link [Preferred name] Cassia caroliniana Walter {Synonym} Cassia ciliata Raf. {Synonym} Cassia falcata L. {Synonym} Cassia foetida Pers. {Synonym} Cassia laevigata sensu auct. {Misapplied} Cassia macradenia Collad. {Synonym} Cassia obliquifolia Schrank {Synonym}.   Buy Agapanthus: A Revision of the Genus Annotated edition by Snoeijer, W (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 3. A Revision of the Genus Acromastigum. Authors: Evans, Alexander W. Free Preview. Buy this book eB68 € price for Spain (gross) Buy eBook ISBN ; Digitally watermarked, DRM-free; Included format: PDF; ebooks can be used on all .

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This revision Revision of the genus Cassia book the genus Cassia L. is precursory to the treat­ ment of the family of Caesalpiniaceae as occurring in Malaysia.

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Genus Cassia, a tropical genus, belongs to Leguminosae family and Caesalpiniaceae subfamily. It is well known to physicians from very old days.

It has more than species as herbs, shrubs and trees. review describes the importance of the genus Cassia and various experimental research carried out in different species of this genus which will provide information to develop a new herbal drugs.

Key Words: Medicinal plants, Cassia, Phytoconstituents, Pharmacological activity INTRODUCTION Nature has been a source of medicinal agents for thousands.

Book Description. Cinnamon and Cassia, the "Spices of Life", together constitute one of the most widely used group of spices. A comprehensive volume, Cinnamon and Cassia: Genus Cinnamomum explores in detail Srilankan cinnamon, Chinese cassia, Indonesian cassia, Indian cassia, camphor, and also the important related and useful spices of Cinnamomum.

Cassia is a genus of flowering plants in the legume family, Fabaceae, and the subfamily s are known commonly as is also the English common name of some species in the genus Cinnamomum of the family s of the genera Senna and Chamaecrista were previously included in Cassia.

Cassia now generally includes the largest species. CASSIA SPECIES Cassia is a large genus of around species of flowering plants in the family Leguminosae (Lodha et al; ) (Table 1) and is widely distributed throughout Asia including India, Mauritius, China, East Africa, South Africa, America, Mexico, West Indies and Brazil.

Cassia species belong to the family Caesalpiniaceae. the genus name or the Latin binomial was given. Again, there was an attempt to be consistent with the choice of either genus or Latin binomial, with the same emphasis on established use.

It was easy, therefore to record the common name “lobelia” for Lobelia inflata, even as other species of the genus. 1 Review Cinnamon and Cassia, the "Spices of Life", together constitute one of the most widely used group of spices.

A comprehensive volume, Cinnamon and Cassia: Genus Cinnamomum explores in detail 5/5(1). Notes on Taxonomy and Nomenclature Top of page.

Until the beginning of the s, the Cassia genus was considered to be a very large genus of over m () wrote that three groups within the Cassia genus were so distinct from one another that any species can always be unequivocally allocated to one of them; some main distinctions included fruit structure, stamen structure and.

OBJECTIVES: Cassia absus is a plant of the family fabaceae with Ayurvedic ethnomedical records. It is used in traditional medicine for the treatment of bronchitis, asthma, cough, conjunctivitis, leucoderma, renal and hepatic diseases, constipation, tumors, venereal ulcer, headache, hemorrhoids and wound healing.

Preliminary in vitro and in vivo studies have provided valuable scientific. References: George, A. S., ed. Flora of Australia. Randell, B. Revision of the Cassiinae in Australia: 2. Senna Miller sect. Psilorhegma (J. Vogel. 11 Pharmacology and toxicology of cinnamon and cassia K.K.

VIJAYAN AND R.V. AJITHAN THAMPURAN 12 Economics and marketing of cinnamon and cassia – a global view M.S. MADAN AND S. KANNAN 13 End uses of cinnamon and cassia B. KRISHNAMOORTHY AND J. REMA 14 Cinnamon and cassia – the future vision U.M. SENANAYAKE AND R.O.B. WIJESEKERA. Cinnamon and Cassia, the "Spices of Life", together constitute one of the most widely used group of spices.

A comprehensive volume, Cinnamon and Cassia: Genus Cinnamomum explores in detail Srilankan cinnamon, Chinese cassia, Indonesian cassia, Indian cassia, camphor, and also the important related and useful spices of Cinnamomum. References: Randell, B.

Revision of the Cassiinae in Australia: 2. Senna Miller sect. Psilorhegma (J. Vogel) Irwin and Barneby. Adelaide Bot. Gard. About this book. The following 24 species of scorpionfishes are recognized in the Indo-Pacific genus Scorpaenopsis Heckel, 8 of which are described as new: S.

altirostris Gilbert, known from 6 small specimens (largest mm SL) trawled off Molokai, Hawaiian lslands in m, unusual in its large eye ( in head); S. barbata (Ruppell) from the seas of the Arabian Peninsula south to.

Revision of Genus Leptonema [Mosely, M E] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Revision of Genus Leptonema. genus Cassia species Cassia fistula Name Synonyms Bactyrilobium fistula Willd. Cassia bonplandiana DC. Cassia excelsa Kunth Cassia fistuloides Collad.

Cassia fistulosa L. Cassia fistulosa L. The tribe Cassieae contains 21 genera and is now known to be polyphyletic, but the classification is still accepted because a revision of Fabaceae has yet to be published.

The genus Senna has had a complex taxonomic history. Download revision of world species of the genus oreiscelio kieffer hymenoptera platygastroidea platygastridae or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.

Click Download or Read Online button to get revision of world species of the genus oreiscelio kieffer hymenoptera platygastroidea platygastridae book now. This site is like a. The revision of sects. Absus and Grimaldia in this work forms a third installment of a series projected toward a census of genus Cassia in the New World.

Like its two predecessors, which dealt respectively with sect. Xerocalyx and subgenus Lasiorhegma, a. Cassia act an effective as a laxative such as Cassia fistula, Cassia alata, and Cassia augustifolia9– The genus Cassia is well known in alternative medicine as hepatoprotective12, laxative, and in the treatment of ringworm infection13, skin diseases14 and leprosy It has many pharmacological properties including.

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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Author: Steven W Lingafelter. About this book. The Indo-Pacific gobiid genus Istigobius Whitley is most closely related to Exyrias, but is easily separated from Exyrias by its lack of fully scaled cheeks and bius comprises 10 species: the type-species I.

ornatus (Rüppell), distributed from the Red Sea to Fiji; I. perspicillatus (Herre), known only from India, Thailand, and Australia; I. hoshinonis (Tanaka.

Genus Cassia L. Species Cassia javanica Linn. Vernacular Names Hindi: Javaniki- Rani [5] English: Java Cassia [6] Tamil: Kondrai [7] Synonyms [8] Cassia agnes (de Wit) Brenan Cassia bartonii F.M.

Bailey Cassia nodosa Roxb. Microscopy The microscopic study of C. javanica leaves revealed the presence of secondary vascular. Cassia fistula L. Email comments HIGHER TAXON: Cassieae GENUS: Cassia L. Cassia fistula L. [Preferred name] Bactyrilobium fistula Willd. {Synonym} Cassia bonplandiana DC.

{Synonym} Cassia excelsa Kunth {Synonym} Cassia fistuloides Collad. {Synonym} Cassia rhombifolia Roxb. {Synonym} Cathartocarpus excelsus {Synonym} Cathartocarpus fistula Pers. {Synonym}. This revision is the result of a study of the genotype species, mostly of type or topotype specimens, of nearly every described scleractinian genus.

The classification proposed rests primarily on the structure of the septa, but other skeletal structures as well as the soft parts are utilized and considered. University Library. A review of chemical constituents and pharmacological activities of genus Cassia, Family Leguminosae has been presented.

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