Swartzia madagascariensis

Swartzia madagascariensis

African plant in the legume family Fabaceae; ripe pods contain an unidentified toxin which causes red discoloration of the urine.
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One important market force refers to domestic consumer demand for (i) reproduction of Ming and Ching dynasty furniture, for which the more expensive and increasingly scarce rosewood species traditionally used are being substituted with African species (primarily Swartzia madagascariensis, Combretum imberbe, Millettia stuhlmannii and Dalbergia melanoxylon), (ii) solid wood flooring (primarily Millettia stuhlmannii and Afzelia quanzensis), (iii) veneers for laminated flooring, and (iv) carvings (Mackenzie 2006).
Minjas and Sarda (11) reported variations in toxicological efficacy with three mosquito species to the crude aqueous extract of fruit pods of Swartzia madagascariensis to which Cx.
Molluscicidal saponins from Swartzia madagascariensis Desvaux.