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balsa

a very lightweight timber, easy to carve to fit limbs, used for making individual splints.
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6) et des fleurs decoratives a l'image de celles de Parkia biglobosa et de Bombax costatum.
The most frequent trees in parks are Eugenia jambolana Pongomia pinnata Eucalyptus camadulensis Dalbergia sissoo Bombax malabrica Hetrophragma adonsonii Acacia nilotica Phoenix dactylifera and Mangifera indica.
The Garo tribe inhabiting the Madhupur forest region of Bangladesh uses roots of Bombax ceiba to treat gonorrhea [45].
Table (2) shows that Bombax ceiba is morphologically distinct from Ceiba pentanda and Ceiba speciosa in thorn shape & color, trunk developed with butteresses, tree branching type, large pulvinus, petiole length (14.
Low density but high abundance was observed for Anisomelis indica, Arundo donax, Bambusa tulda, Bombax ceiba, Calamus rotung, Cassia tora, Clitoria ternatea, Coix lacryma-jobi, Ficus hispida, Hedyotis scandens, and the epiphytic orchid Vanda tessellata (Table 1).
The seeds of Bombax ceiba L seeds have been recently identified to be one of the potential natural coagulants for production of clean water for rural people in Tanzania.
Others include erythrina crystagalli, adansonia gibbosa, bauhinia blakeana, bombax elipticum and harpephyllum caffrum.
Crystalline sugar (talmishri) prepared from sap of Borassus flabellifer was added to macerated roots of Bombax ceiba and fruits of Myristica fragrans.
Puerto Pizarro, Tumbes: Pair perched on a Bombax tree.
Antisickling activity of anthocyanins from Bombax pentadrum, Ficus capensis and Ziziphus mucronata: photodegradation effect.