Excoecaria


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Excoecaria

Asian and Australian trees in the family Euphorbiaceae; their milky sap is very irritating and causes intense pain in the eye or on other tender parts. Cause poisoning of livestock. No specific toxin has been identified. Includes E. agallochia (river poison tree, milky mangrove), E. dallychyana (gutta-percha).
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Wood anatomy of sex low density hardwoods (Alstonia scholaris, Anthocephalus chinensis, Bombax ceiba (Bombax malabaricum), Bombax insigne, Excoecaria agallocha and Trewia nudiflora) of Bangladesh.
Anti-tumor-promoting activity of diterpenes from Excoecaria agallocha.
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 (?
The remaining mangrove forest left to Tha Po Village consists of a variety of tree species with Avicennia marina (55%), Excoecaria agallocha (35%), Thespesia populnea (5%), and Rhizophora apiculata (5%) being predominant.
sphaerocarpa (menyawai), Excoecaria indica (kebuau), Ficus microcarpa (jabai), Hopea dasyrrhachis (tekam air), Mallotus sumatranus (belantik), and Pternandra galeata (kelusuk bujang).
ensifolius 147 Dicoelia beccariana 148 Excoecaria indica (Sapium indicum) 149 Galeria fulva 150 Glochidion borneene (M.
1998) reported the inhibitory effect of a beyeren-type diterpene, ent-3[beta]-hydroxy-15-beyeren-2-one, isolated from Excoecaria agallocha in an in vivo test under conditions similar to those described above.
villosicalyx Excoecaria agallocha * Flagellaria indica * Geijera parviflora * * Goodenia spp.