The selected papers registered 18 plant species used: Ajuga iva (southern bugle), Anacardium occidentale (cashew), Cassia sophera, Chlorophytum borivilianum (safed musli), Cnidoscolus aconitifolius, Coccinia indica, Danae racemosa (poet's laurel), Dracaena arborea, Eugenia jambolana (jambul), Hyphaene the baica (doum palm),Momordica charantia (karela),Morns alba (white mulberry), Mncuna pruriens (velvet bean), Musa paradisiaca (banana), Phoenix dactylifera (date palm), Sida cordata, Tamarindus indica (tamarind) and Urtica dioica (stinging nettle).
Antidiabetic propertiers of flavonoid compounds isolated from Hyphaene thebaica epicarpo on alloxan induced diabetic rats.
The Effects of Utilization by People and Livestock on Hyphaene
Petersiana Basketry Resources in the Palm Savana of North Central Namibia.
Antifungal activity of aqueous extract of dominant fruits of Hyphaene
Climate change sensitivity of the African ivory nut palm, Hyphaene
petersiana Klotzsch ex Mart.
Antioxidant activity of hot water extract from the fruit of the Doum palm Hyphaene
Lipid extracts of the nut of the Turkana doum palm, Hyphaene coriacea, were obtained and the major fatty acids in the mesocarp and kernel oil extracts were determined.
No reports of the fatty acids profile in the nut of the species Hyphaene compressa or H.
Also, studying the nature of fatty acids in the lipid extracts of eengol was important not only for Turkana, but also for other tropical areas of Africa, where members of the genus Hyphaene grow, and are used for food.
After the Chachi House, wander past mesquite trees, huge stands of bold red lobster claw heliconia, endangered lignum vitae trees (whose unsinkable wood is the only wood in the world sold by the pound), mass plantings of gingers of all colors, shaving brush trees and more palms, including the Hyphaene
, whose fruit smells like gingerbread.
Both the fruit and the tender hearts of some species of palms are eaten, among them Borassus aethiopum and Hyphaene
Among these are Acacia farnesiana (Leguminosae), Cassine aethiopica and Maytenus linearis (both Ce-lastraceae), the palm Hyphaene
coriacea, Sclero-carya birrea subsp.