Bridelia


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Bridelia

trees in a genus of the family Euphorbiaceae. Can cause cyanide poisoning. Includes B. ovata, B. exalta, B. leichhardtii (scrub ironbark).
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Awe, Studies on the Anti-Inflammatory and Related Pharmacological Properties of the Aqueous Extract of Bridelia ferruginea Stem Bark, J.
Ekanem JT, Kolawole OM, Abbah OC (2008) Trypanocidal potential of methanolic extract of Bridelia ferruginea benth bark in Rattusnovergicus.
Species with iron contents of less than 5% were fruits of Ficus sur, Ficus sycomorus, Cucumis figarei, Bridelia scleroneura, and seeds of Hyptis spicigera.
Among these plants are Alchornea cordifolia Mull Arg; Bridelia atroviridis Mull Arg; Bridelia ripicola J.
The overstorey was composed of old Shorea robusta with Bridelia squamosai, Bauhinia racemosa, Mallotus philippensis, Syzygium cumini, and Terminalia alata.
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lpomoea velutiua food Dilleniaceae Dillenia alata tools Ebenaceae Maba humilis food/tools Euphorbiaceae Bridelia monoica food Excoecaria agallocha tools Flueggea virosa food Hemicyclia australasica food Macaranga tanarius tools Fabaceae Abrus precatorius cultural Vigna vexillata food Goodeniaceae Scaevola taccada tools (?
a medium open shrub tree savanna (SS) dominated by the grasses Hyparrhenia diplandra and Hyparrhenia smithiana and the trees Piliostigma thoningii, Bridelia ferruginea, Cussonia barteri, and Crossopteryx febrifuga on Acrisols (FAO 1989);
The shrub layer is 10-23 ft (3-7 m) high and consists of savannah species such as Bridelia ferruginea (Euphorbiaceae) and Bauhinia thonningii (Leguminosae).