In Côte d’Ivoire water, in which the bark of young branches of Erythrophleum ivorense is crushed, is rubbed on the skin to treat smallpox. Erythrophleum ivorense is a deciduous Tree growing to 30 m (98ft) by 25 m (82ft) at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone (UK) It can fix Nitrogen. Suitable for. Erythrophleum micranthum Don. [family LEGUMINOSAE-CAESALPINIOIDEAE ] Verified by Hutchinson; Dalziel, Erythrophleum guineense [family.
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Right plant wrong place. Water in which the bark of erythropjleum branches is crushed, is rubbed on the skin to treat smallpox[ ]. The heartwood is yellowish brown to reddish brown, darkening on exposure, sometimes striped, clearly demarcated from the 3—6 cm wide, creamy-yellow sapwood.
Although the alkaloid content in the seeds is markedly lower than in the stem bark, the seeds are more toxic. Erythrophleum ivorense Aluka – Erythrophleum ivorense Trade and local names: A systematic botanical study of the 75 most important or frequent high forest trees, with reference to numerous related species.
It is also used for boat building and wheel hubs. There are 20 citations erytrophleum Afrirefs related to Erythrophleum ivorense A. The grain is interlocked, texture coarse.
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Views Read View source View history. A bark extract is taken orally as an emetic and laxative[ ]. Bark extract, on the other hand, can be taken orally as an emetic and laxative. Storeying mostly irregular wavy and only macroscopically visible. The interactive key allows erytrophleum to the character list, illustrations, full and partial descriptions, diagnostic descriptions, differences and similarities between taxa, lists of ivoresne exhibiting specified attributes, summaries of attributes within groups of taxa, and geographical distribution.
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It makes excellent charcoal and good firewood. Growth ring boundaries indistinct or absent. Erythrophleum ivorense various aspects obtained from W.
Erythrophleum ivorense occurs in evergreen primary and secondary forest and moist semi-deciduous forest. Storied structure present rare or absent, all rays storied.
The grain is interlocked; the texture coarse; the lustre is moderate. First investigations yielded the alkaloid erythrophleine, ivodense this was later identified as a mixture of different alkaloids with similar activities.
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In high doses, the bark extract is an extremely strong, rapid-acting cardiac poison, in warm-blooded animals causing shortness of breath, seizures and cardiac arrest in a few minutes. Some information cannot be used for commercial reasons or be modified but some can.
Stake Posts 5 – Propriedades fisicas e mecanicas da madeira e do contraplacado de Pinus elliottii. Basic Density or Specific Gravity O. Ethanol extract fluorescent green. For more information about QR Codes click here. Internal use of unpurified medicines made from Erythrophleum ivorense is extremely dangerous. The leaflets of Erythrophleum suaveolens are often wider, its inflorescences wider often 1.
It is recommended to use special tools for cutting. Vessel-ray pits with distinct borders or with reduced borders or apparently simple, similar to intervessel pits or different from intervessel pits, rounded or angular. Average number of cells per strand: The heartwood is yellowish brown to reddish brown, darkening on exposure, sometimes striped, clearly demarcated from the 3—6 cm wide, creamy-yellow sapwood.
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Nailing Pre-boring is necessary. Erythrophleum ivorense leafy twig and fruits. Internal Growth Stresses Residual stresses are reported to be egythrophleum.
The wood is durable and resistant to fungi, dry wood borers and termites. In Liberia and Gabon the bark of Erythrophleum ivorense is preferred to that of Erythrophleum suaveolens Guill. Aliform parenchyma of the lozenge type.