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HERITIERA LITTORALIS PDF

Range Description: In south and southeast Asia, this species is found in Brunei Darussalam, southern China, Taiwan, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia. Heritiera littoralis occurs along the coast of eastern Africa from Kenya through Tanzania to Mozambique, in the Indian Ocean islands, tropical Asia, tropical. Trees, to 25 m high, bark vertically fissured; branchlets lepidote. Leaves simple, alternate; stipules free, lateral, cauducous; petiole mm, stout; lamina.

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Native names for the tree include: Flowers unisexual, regular, 4— 5-merous, small; pedicel up to 5 mm long; calyx cup-shaped, c. Demography and Conservation Demography and Conservation. Kuntze Balanopteris tothila Gaertn.

In tests in Japan, an ethanol extract of Heritiera littoralis branches showed strong DPPH 2,2-diphenylpicrylhydrazyl radical scavenging activity.

Flore de Madagascar et des Comores plantes vasculairesfamille However, benefits to ecosystems not specific to humans are best treated under Risk statement what happens when the organism is removed. Seasonal migration and reproduction are usually heritierra separately. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society There are book citations related to Heritiera littoralis Aiton.

User specific search options User. Toxicants from mangrove plants, 6. Fruit of samara, x cm, pale brown, with a broad keel on one side, smooth, shining; seed one. December Click [show] for important translation instructions. Flowers unisexual, greenish-pink, in axillary drooping, tomentose panicles; peduncle lepidote; pedicel 1 mm; articulate; calyx mm, campanulate, toothed, stellate pubescent; petals absent; in male flowers: It can be downloaded from the Internet.

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Checklists specific search options Observed during. As such, it is commonly used in shipbuilding and in making pilings, bridges, and wharves.

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There are citation in scholarly articles related to Heritiera littoralis Aiton. Species specific search options Taxon Hierarchy. The wood is moderately durable when exposed to the weather or in contact with the ground; a life of 3 years in contact with the ground under tropical conditions is probably as much as can be expected.

Grown as a street tree, it can prove unsuitable when it produces wide-ranging buttress roots Photograph by: The tree’s tough wood has historically been used in boat-building.

In eastern Africa the tree boles are used to make masts of boats, for shipbuilding and furniture. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Heritiera littoralis – Wikipedia

Fatty acid composition of Sterculia seeds and oils from Madagascar. Nomenclature and Classification Nomenclature and Classification. Downloaded on 4 March Its main goal is summarize the most relevant or attractive characteristics of this taxon to the general public.

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Heritiera littoralis Heritiera littoralis x – 66k – jpg homepage3. The fruit of species in the genus is used in Litgoralis cuisine to neutralize the fishy taste in kinilawa local dish of raw fish in vinegar or citrus juices. Search in all groups Search within this group.

D, Heritiera minor auct. Tree Heritiera littoralis x – 8k – jpg picasaweb. Fruit of Heritiera littoralis in a mangrove in the Andamans. Seed oblong-ellipsoid, flattened, c. Trees of southern Africa. The heartwood is reddish brown or dark brown, often with a chocolate or purple tinge. Heritiera littoralisthe looking-glass mangrove is a large tree with wing shaped nuts, which is most easily recognised by the silvery scales on the underside of its leaves, which therefore appear green from top and white from below, although Litsea mellifera A.