crape myrtle

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crape myrtle:

see loosestrifeloosestrife,
common name for the Lythraceae, a widely distributed family of plants most abundant as woody shrubs in the American tropics but including also herbaceous species (chiefly of temperate zones) and some trees.
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Other main associates in the forest are Haldina cordifolia, Lagerstroemia parviflora, Terminalia tomentosa, and Bombax ceiba.
Estrogen & Cortisol Metabolizer: Gymnema 383 mg Sylvestre Leaf Extract, Grape (Vitis vinifera) Seed Extract, Diindolylmethane DIM), Cinnamon (Cinnamomum cassia) Bark powder, Banaba (Lagerstroemia speciosa) Leaf Extract 1% Corosolic Acid, Chromium Picolinate Table 2.
The first genetic linkage map of crape myrtle (Lagerstroemia) based on amplification fragment length polymorphisms and simple sequence repeats markers.
(3) Tropical semi-evergreen rainforest (including the sole formation Lagerstroemia balansae + Streblus ilicifolius + Terminalia hainaensis)',
Many researchers have studied the antiasthmatic and anti-inflammatory effects of several plant-based therapies, including thymoquinone from the seed of Nigella sativa, and the crepe myrtle (Lagerstroemia indica) on animal models of chronic and acute airway inflammation [5-9].
Currently, studies in the many plant species where y-sitosterol is found, such as in Girardinia heterophylla [18] and Lippia nodiflora [14], agree with the four studied Lagerstroemia species, the highest level found in L.
Lagerstroemia speciosa, in Philippines folk medicine known as "banaba", seems to have anti-diabetic and anti-obesity effects (Klein et al.
Summary: The present study was conducted to evaluate phytochemicals, antimicrobial and antioxidant potential of Lagerstroemia indica L.
Commonly called Pride-of-India or queen's crape myrtle, Lagerstroemia speciosa is a species of crape myrtle native to India and Southeast Asia that has been cultivated as an ornamental in tropical areas worldwide.
Saumya, "Suppression of mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation and TCA enzymes in discrete brain regions of mice exposed to high fluoride: amelioration by Panax ginseng (Ginseng) and Lagerstroemia speciosa (Banaba) extracts," Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology, vol.