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corkwood

Herbal medicine
An Australian tree which is an important commercial source of scopolamine and atropine.
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It had been reporteded that Bombax ceiba exhibits low density hardwood and could be utilized in making matchwood [40,18].
The crude seed extracts (CSEs) prepared from defatted Bombax ceiba seed powder were investigated in their coagulation activity using synthetic and Ruvu river water sample with low (50 NTU), medium (250 NTU) and high (500 NTU) turbidity.
In the site of one Bombax species visited, four (4) lumbers were recovered, each measuring 3.9624m long; but with varying diameter.
(e) Plantation: Extensive plantations of Acacia catechu, Ailanthus excelsa, Bombax ceiba, Dalbergia sissoo, Eucalyptus citriodora, and Tectona grandis have been raised as gap planting as well as after clear felling.
Immaculately maintained, they have smooth perfect lawns with proper British grass under palms and exotic tropical species like red silk cotton trees (bombax) with their flaming flowers, huge fiddle-leaf ficus, temple trees (plomenia) and golden balled acacia.
Paul's River, and is carried on under the shade of large cotton (bombax) and acacia-trees.
aurorae), Bagawak Morado (Clerodendrum quadriculorare), Salimbobog (Crateva religiosa), Malabulak (Bombax ceiba) and Salinggogon (Craxtoxylum formosum).
This plant family also includes okra, cotton, cacao and even the Bombax trees found on our property.
The data collected revealed that total area of breeding territory "A" was 0.1 square kilometer and upper story vegetation was consisting of kikar (Acacia nilotica), sufaida (Eucalyptus camaldulensis), simbal (Bombax cieba) on which maximum nests were located.
Gond, "Preliminary phytochemical and antimicrobial screening of solvent extracts of roots of Andrographis paniculata and stem bark of Bombax ceiba" International Journal of Life Sciences, no.