Range. Widespread from Africa through tropical Asia to New Guinea, northern Australia and Guam. Habitat. Dry fields, in grasslands, by roadsides, in open. Blumea hieraciifolia Hook.f. & Thomson. Synonym. Blumea holosericea DC. Synonym. Blumea javanica (Blume). Synonym. Blumea lacera var. cinerascens ( DC. aims to perform a comprehensive phytochemical and pharmacognostical study of Blumea lacera (Roxb.) DC. Materials and Methods: The.
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Technology Biodiversity in India. Document specific search options Title. Bisexual flowers few; corolla mm long, glandular, of female flowers slender.
Blumea lacera is considered a valuable homoeopathic drug Oudhia et al. Periyar Tiger Reserve Top 10 plant to avoid lizards Top 10 annual plants Top 10 fragrant plants Top 10 avenues trees Top 10 cactus and succulents Top 10 climbers and creepers Top 10 easiest plants to grow. Various parts of the plant yield an essential oil containing cineol, fenchone and Blumea. Sambong Blumea balsamifera .
Occurrence Occurrence Occurrence Records. Lbumea biorhythms – those states or conditions characterised by regular repetition in time, whether on the scale of seconds, hours, days, or seasons. However, benefits to ecosystems not specific to humans are best treated under Risk statement what happens when the organism is removed.
Stimulatory allelopathy of different parts of B. Blumea is described by Ayurveda experts as hot, pungent and bitter; antipyretic; good for bronchitis, diseases of the blood, fevers, thirst and burning sensations.
Standard agrotechniques have not been developed. Just login and add your comments. Powered by the open source Biodiversity Informatics Platform. Blumea leaf beetle Chrysolina madrasae Jackoby is the main insect pest.
Any query about blumea lacera – plant. Flowering time January to April. Conyza subgenus Blumea DC. Tell a friend about this flower!
The stems of this hairy or glandular herb are erect, simple or branched, very leafy and ft in blukea. Allelopathic effects of selected weeds on crops. Gujarat Ayurved University and Govt.
Blumea lacera (Burm.f.) DC. — The Plant List
Medicinal weeds in wheat fields of Chhattisgarh India. Many species of genus Blumea are used in traditional Chinese medicine.
Auseful weed Blumea lacera L. Webarchive template wayback links Articles with ‘species’ microformats Commons category link from Wikidata All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from November Articles with permanently dead external links. There is a heavy demand of different parts fresh and dry both of this weed in national and international drug markets Oudhia and Tripathi c. Chikmagalur, Dharwar, Hassan, Mysore, N.
Chemistry Camphor, cineol 66, d-fenchone 10 and citral; Diester of coniferyl alcohol, acetylenic compounds, a thiophene derivative; campesterol, hentriacontane, hentriacontanol, alpha-amyrin and its acetate, lupeol and its acetate and beta-sitosterol.
Flowering time January to April Agharkar It is prescribed as an antiscorbutic in West Africa Caius Panch Pargana area of Llacera stretches from the southeastern of Ranchi District to some parts of The stems of this hairy or glandular herb are erect, simple or branched, very leafy and ft in height.
The forts on hilltops of the Ladera northern Western Ghats have seen a turbulent historical pas Germination and seedling vigour of mustard as affected by allelopahy of Blumea lacera L.
Message The user has shared bljmea species from India Biodiversity Portal with you. Heads 7 x 7 mm, globose, terminal and upper axillary, together; bracts 7 x 1 mm, hairy at apex, inner oblong, acute, outer smaller.
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Evaluation of host specificity of Blumea leaf beetle Chrysolina sp. Natural History Natural History Cyclicity. Musa ornata – P Cultivation Blumea is a late kharif crop. Demography and Conservation Demography and Conservation. Leaves broadly elliptic, to 10 x 5 cm, acute at both llacera irregularly toothed.
Various parts of the plant yield an essential oil containing cineol, fenchone and Blumeaa Ornamental use: Enumerates geographic entities where the taxon lives.
The root kept in the mouth is said to cure disease of the mouth. A few of the species were formerly included in genus Conyza.
Seasonal migration and reproduction are usually treated separately.
There are yet no reviews for this product. Leaf juice is anthelmintic, astringent, febrifuge, stimulant and diuretic; mixed with blymea, it is given in bleeding piles. Blumea lacera competes with rabi crops such as linseed, chickpea, and wheat for light, food and moisture Oudhia, and harbors diseases and insects such as Euplexia dolorosaEublemma trifasiciata Lefroy,