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Survey of the Indigenous and Foreign Plants Serving as Pot-herbs and Side-dishes. Boddawar, G. D., S. C. Dhawale & S. S. Shaikh. The soil (red-yellow soil with clay loam) used in this experiment was collected from the subsoil of a non-cultivated site in the field of Nagoya University farm. Indigenous plants of Thaisongdum in Don Makluea subdistrict, U-Thong district, Suphanburi province [in Thai]. 2015. 2011. Yugaku-sha, Tokyo. B. S. & V. Purohit. Universal Journal of Environmental Research & Technology 2: 38–47. Pers. Biochar and effective microorganisms promote Sesbania cannabina growth and soil quality in the coastal saline-alkali soil of the Yellow River Delta, China Sci Total Environ. Sesbania cannabina Poir. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 70: 281–300. 2016. Sighting data Download KML | CSV | GeoJson Species details Kingdom Plantae (plants) Class Equisetopsida (land plants) Family Fabaceae Scientific name Sesbania cannabina var. 2005. 2012. 1996. Pongthornpruek, S. 2011. Medicinal plants used for postnatal care in Malay traditional medicine in the Peninsular Malaysia. Name Authority; Aeschynomene cannabina: Retzius: Common names. 2015. Health, state, and society in Kenya. A., Z. Tannins are astringent. Dasanayake, M. & F. Fosberg. Sesbania Cannabina Yellow Pea Bush Seeds. Vanichkul, C. 2008. Epub 2020 Nov 26. Verlag für Recht und Gesellschaft, Basel. 2016. Times of India Press, Bombay. For any mistake in identification or for becoming efloraofindia e-group member (for contributing towards building of efloraofindia or otherwise), pl. Journal of Pharmacy Research 5: 390–393. Overall, the integrated use of an appropriate biochar rate (3%) and EM for coastal saline-alkali soil could be an effective strategy to ameliorate soil salinity, … Maheshwari, J. Stevenson. Pers. African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines 9: 350–359. 2012. Study on medicinal plant in Amphur Muang Phetchaboon under the Patronage of the Royal Highness Princess Sirinthorn [in Thai]. 2008. MSc Thesis, Chiangmai University, Chiang Mai. Overview → Pests; Overview . 2006. A contribution to Bontoc ethnobotany. Kingdom Plantae ( 1PLAK ) Phylum … Gairola, S., J. Sharma, R. D. Gaur, T. O. Siddiqi & R. M. Painuli. & M. Isaq. Hossain, M. A. Moreover, flowers used to make a dessert called ‘Khanom Dok Sano’. Henrik Balslev. Nutritional evaluation of dhaincha (Sesbania aculeata) seeds as dietary protein source for tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus. The cytological stability of any plant is an importan t consideration in view of its extensive use in genetics and plant breeding programmes. Leaves. MSc Thesis, Kasetsart University, Bangkok. Wang, P., S. Ownby, Z. Zhang, W. Yuan & S. Li. Pugalenthi, M., V. Vadivel, P. Gurumoorthi & K. Janardhanan. strain IRBG74 was originally isolated in the Philippines from the root nodules of the aquatic legume Sesbania cannabina, which is used as a green manure in wetland rice production ().This bacterium forms nitrogen-fixing root nodules with at least eight different Sesbania species ().More importantly, Rhizobium sp. Bothalia 1: 40–56. Pharmacognosy Journal 3: 15–24. Légumineuses: Papilionées. Anantaworasakul, P., S. Klayraung & S. Okonogi. Fitoterapia 70: 340–347. Sesbania grandiflora was the only species with uses in all categories. Srisopa, K. 2008. Ethnobotany in surrounding area of Mae Fah Luang University [in Thai]. Polyphenols, carotenoids, and ascorbic acid in underutilized medicinal vegetables. The leaves are rich in iron, calcium, carbohydrate, protein, fiber, fat, vitamin B1, vitamin A and vitamin C and essential amino acids etc. Kapoor, B. Indian Trees: An Account of Trees, Shrubs, Woody Climbers, Bamboos, and Palms Indigenous or Commonly Cultivated in the British Indian Empire. Laohabutr, P. 2000. A study on green dyeing of cotton with ethanolic extract of Sesbania aculeata. Hossain, M. A., U. Focken & K. Becker. Pp. 1964. unpublished. Stipules narrowly triangular, about 5-6 mm long. Natural remedies used by Bunong people in Mondulkiri province (Northeast Cambodia) with special reference to the treatment of 11 most common ailments. Irvine, F. R. 1952. 1990. An Sesbania cannabina in uska species han Magnoliopsida nga syahan ginhulagway ni Anders Jahan Retzius, ngan ginhatag han pagkayana nga asya nga ngaran ni Christiaan Hendrik Persoon. 2013. Antimicrobial activity of certain Indian medicinal plants used in folkloric medicine. Subspecies. Ethnobotany of Buddhist and Muslim Thais in some locations in the lower part of Southern Thailand. 2016. Borah, M. P. & S. B. Prasad. Rhizobium sp. Les plantes médicinales, toxiques et magiques des Niominka et des Socé des Iles du Saloum (Sénégal). 2012. Roy, R., D. Kumar, B. Chakraborty, C. Chowdhury & P. Das. 1995b. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine 4: S478–S482. Shah, A. Ethnobotany of Ban Bowee, Amphoe Suan Phueng, Changwat Ratchaburi [in Thai]. Drummond rattlebox (Sesbania drummondii) germination as influenced by scarification, temperature, and seeding depth. Tropical Lgumes: Resources for the Future. nodulate S. cannabina with that of IRBG74.The symbiotic properties (i.e. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 144: 646–655. Food Chemistry 47: 121–124. Biochemical, nutritive and cooking quality of edible green leaf – Sesbania grandiflora (L.) Pers. A. Stigmasterol: A phytosterol with potential anti-osteoarthritic properties. Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants around ‘Dheeraa’ town, Arsi Zone, Ethiopia. Evaluation of Sesbania grandiflora for antiurolithiatic and antioxidant properties. Journal of Environmental Management 102: 50–54. 2004. Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 8: 14. Amerind publishing Co. and Ltd., New Delhi. Texas Agricultural Extension Service, The Texas A&M University System, Texas. 2013. An Sesbania cannabina in uska species han Magnoliopsida nga syahan ginhulagway ni Anders Jahan Retzius, ngan ginhatag han pagkayana nga asya nga ngaran ni Christiaan Hendrik Persoon.An Sesbania cannabina in nahilalakip ha genus nga Sesbania, ngan familia nga Fabaceae. Traditional plants used for medicinal purposes by local communities around the Northern sector of Kibale National Park, Uganda. WildNet taxon ID 15079 Alternate name(s) sesbania pea Nature Conservation Act 1992 (NCA) status Least concern Conservation significant No Confidential No Endemicity Native Pest status Nil Other resources The Australasian Virtual Herbarium (AVH) 2013. National Academy for Sciences, Washington, D.C. Rahmatullah, M., A. Hasan, W. Parvin, M. Moniruzzaman, A. Khatun, Z. Khatun, F. I. Jahan & R. Jahan. Biochemistry. Moreover, … 1990). 1963. from root nodules of Sesbania cannabina (Retz.) Reji, A. F. & N. Alphonse. There was evidence that Sesbania could inhibit growth of animals and plants. 1999. The chemical properties of the soil were as … Sesbania bispinosa (Jacq.) 2002. To learn about our use of cookies and how you can manage your cookie settings, please see our Cookie Policy. Sturtevant's Edible Plants of the World. Morgan, W. 1981. The extract prepared by boiling root in water for 20 min, Stimulates or increases menstrual flow/emmenagogue, Apply the oil from the whole plant to the external male intromittent organ, Leaf juice and flower juice blown into nostrils, Infused and taken during the first stage of malaria, A spoonful of its leaf juice is orally taken twice a day for two days, Drink a cup of flower extract twice a day, Malaria and febrile convulsion in children, Crushed and instilling the juice into the nose or drinking a decoction, Pounded finely, mixed with a little water and applied to bruises, Pounded with saltpeter and soft-prepared chalk, The ash dissolved in water and the strained water drunk along with magical incantation, Drink 20–25 g of ground seeds and eat 10–20 flowers until recovery, Throat cancer, uterine cancer, and skin cancer, Drink half a glass of a concoction twice a day for three weeks; besides, the whole plant pounded and applied on skin, Four teaspoons of its fresh leaf juice mixed with black pepper powder (, Epilepsy and madness in small children caused by headworm, Two drops of flower or leaf juice put into the nostrils twice a day, Fried with clarified butter before eating, Squeezed in water or decocted and the extract taken orally, Bites from cobras, vipers, kraits, and hump nosed vipers/anti-venom, Used for Bakera which is a herbal steam bath, Used in two formulations for postnatal care, Two to three flowers fried in clarified butter and taken orally, Skin/Subcutaneous Cellular Tissue Disorders, Decocted with other ingredients (which were unspecified), Boiled and the decoction mixed with buttermilk. Comparative ethnobotany in Nan province, Thailand. Journal of Pharmacology and Toxicology 2: 559–566. The effect of sesbanimide and Sesbania seed extracts on germination and seedling growth of a number of plant species. Botanical Gazette 19: 498–502. 1988; Flis et al. 1988. & S. Rao. 2012. 2021 Feb 20;756:143801. doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.143801. Attaching more images of this species, recorded this morning. An Sesbania cannabina in nahilalakip ha genus nga Sesbania, ngan familia nga Fabaceae. Tatiya, A. U., P. R. Dande, R. E. Mutha & S. J. Surana. Alphabetical listing of all countries mentioned (by continent) in the review of the economic importance of Sesbania species. Wild tribal food plants of Orissa. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 191: 41–70. 1991. 1975. First record of Sesbania punicea (Fabales: Fabaceae) as a host plant for Chinavia hilaris (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). Chiang Mai University. Journal of Food Composition and Analysis 17: 311–320. Shanmugam, S., M. Annadurai & K. 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Its toxic principles are thought to be a combination of a gum in the seed coat and an amino acid (canavanine) in the seed. Closely related, if not synonymous with S. aculeata and S. cannabina Fabaceae Canicha, Danchi, Dunchi fiber. Weed Science 32: 223–225. A maximum safe feeding level of 0.25 per cent (w/w), equal to 300 seeds/kg, is recommended (100 seeds = 0.8 g). Boontun, O. Ridley, H. N. 1922. Padal, S. & S. Sandhya. On this page Created with Sketch. Determination of alkaloid and lipid content in some medicinal plants of genus Sesbania. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 45: 97–111. Leguminous species require large amounts of P for growth, nodulation, and nitrogen fixation. Kamchan, A., P. Puwastien, P. P. Sirichakwal & R. Kongkachuichai. 2011. This species is accepted, and its native range is Indian Subcontinent to Indo-China, Australia. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine 3: 975–979. 2000. Medicinal plants used by traditional medicine practitioners for the treatment of HIV/AIDS and related conditions in Uganda. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 133: 1021–1026. Growth and nitrogen fixation of Sesbania cannabina, Crotalaria juncea, and Cassia tora under the application of various forms of phosphorus. Medicinal plants used by Luo mothers and children in Bondo district, Kenya. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 45: 75–95. 2001. The family of each species is listed following GBIF (http://www.gbif.org). Evaluation of antidiabetic activity of alcoholic extract of Sesbania grandiflora flower in alloxan induced diabetic rats. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 91: 189–208. Andarwulan, N., D. Kurniasih, R. A. Apriady, H. Rahmat, A. V. Roto & B. W. Bolling. George, A. S., A. E. Orchard & H. J. Hewson. International Journal of Ethnobiology & Ethnomedicine 1: 1–9. Pharmaceutical ethnobotanical study of Thai-Khmer ethnic group in 2 villages in the Khukhan district, Si Sa Ket province. 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China, R., S. Mukherjee, S. Sen, S. Bose, S. Datta, H. Koley, S. Ghosh & P. Dhar. Sesbania also has cardioprotective, antidiabetic, antiurolithiatic, hypolipidemic, anticancer, analgesic, and anti-inflammatory effects. Sesbania grandiflora is extensively used in Indian folk medicine for the treatment of liver disorders. Ethnobotany and crop diversity of Tai Lue and Akha communities in the upper northern Thailand and the Xishuangbanna Dai autonomous prefecture, China. & K. Becker. According to the vast advantages, the knowledge of Sesbania uses, including the safe dosages, should be passed on for the welfare of humans. Ngezahayo, J., F. Havyarimana, L. Hari, C. Stévigny & P. Duez. University of Hawai'i and Bishop Museum Press, USA. Suphanburi province [ in Thai ] studies on the probiotic organism Lactobacillus acidophilus Kanungu, and nitrogen by... Burkina Faso: an ethnobotanical study, E. Deharo & G. bourdy S. S. Shaikh was the only with... 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