LANNEA MICROCARPA PDF
Lannea microcarpa Engl. & K. Krause [family ANACARDIACEAE]. Herbarium. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (K). Collection. Useful Plants of West Tropical Africa . PDF | Lannea microcarpa (Anacardiaceae) is a tropical tree used in African folk medicine and commercial dermopharmaceutical formulations. Lannea microcarpa. lannea_microcarpa-_dreyer-stiftung-_dano-_bf- _5_porembski__d64bd3 Common Name:Tree grapes. References.
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Young tree Photograph by: Lannea microcarpa Figure 1: As the dye is becoming more and more popular in the modern forms of the bogolan textile production, cultivation of the main local species, Lannea microcarpa and Lannwa acidais to be recommended, mucrocarpa since they also produce edible young leaves and fruits, and are used medicinally, particularly to cure skin affections.
Vapour from a bark-decoction is inhaled into the mouth to treat dental caries and buccal infections[ Title The Useful Plants of West Tropical Africa. The young leaves are eaten as a vegetable and cattle browse leaves as a forage. Lannea microcarpa is widespread and is not in danger of genetic erosion.
Anthocyanins from fruits of Lannea microcarpa. Flora of West Tropical Africa. A leaf decoction microcarp drunk to treat swellings; it is also added to a bath.
The cotton cloth is plunged once into the Lannea dye-bath, then 3 times in the Anogeissus bath and finally once again in the Lannea bath. Dictionary of natural products.
It is used in baths and lotions for blotches, herpes, etc. The bark of Lannea schweinfurthii Engl.
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The bark yields an edible gum which is soluble in water. Propagation Seed – no pre-treatment is required to germinate fresh seeds. The young leaves are eaten as a vegetable and cattle browse leaves as oannea forage. The fruits contain anthocyanins, about mg per g dry pulp. Therefore, the exact identity of the species used in a particular dyeing lanea is not always certain, except from field observations complemented by botanical identification of the collected dye material.
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Lannea microcarpa Photo Lannea microcarpa is widespread and is not in danger of genetic midrocarpa. Lannea microcarpa HA06Lannea microcarpa x – 46k – jpg www. The bark is pounded and boiled for 2—3 hours in water.
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The cotton cloth is plunged once into the Lannea dye-bath, then 3 times in the Anogeissus bath and finally once again in the Lannea bath.
There are book citations related to Lannea microcarpa Engl. Between each dyeing, the cloth is dried in the sun.
Trees, shrubs and lianas of West African dry zones. Garments made with this dye have traditionally been used as ceremonial robes at special occasions including hunting and war; to mark special stages of life such as circumcision, birth, menopause lanneea death[ Title Protabase – Plant Resources of Tropical Africa.
Pannea Title Lost Crops of Africa. Garments made with plain ochre-red cloth or with black designs on an ochre-red ground obtained with this dye are mostly worn by men, originally in blood-shedding circumstances such as hunting and war.
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Editions ScientifikA, Amiens, France. Flowers unisexual, regular, 4-merous, c. Range West tropical Africa – Senegal to Cameroon. Lannea microcarpa MAP 3: This page was last modified on 13 Septemberat There are 20 citations in Afrirefs related to Lannea microcarpa Engl.
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The bark of Lannea welwitschii Hiern Engl. Ripening fruits Photograph by: Fruit an ellipsoid, glabrous drupe, c. Textile de coton, bogolan: Plants used by the Tsonga people of Gazankulu.
Phytotherapy Research 15 5: Lannea microcarpa microocarpa fruits.