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  • Title
    A Phytochemical, Ethnomedicinal And Pharmacological Review Of Genus Dipterocarpus
    Type
    Report
    Description
    Dipterocarpus are the third largest and most diverse genus among Dipterocarpaceae. They are well-known for timber, but less acknowledged for its medicinal importance. Phytochemically genus Dipterocarpus has reported to contain resin, coumarin and dammar. The Resveratrol class of compounds is one of the major chemical constituent in this genus. Generally, the bark of Dipterocarpus is presumed to be the most active. Dipterocarpus species showed Anti-AIDS, cytotoxic, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-oxidant activities. Therapeutically important species in this genus are Dipterocarpus obtusifolius Teijsm ex Miq because it may have cured against AIDS. We document number of species in this genus, their synonyms, distribution around the World, traditional names, ethnomedicinal uses, isolated compounds, chemical structure, chemical nature of isolated compounds, pharmacological reports and explain the relationship between isolated compounds from this genus and their therapeutic use.
    Attribution
    Muhammad Shahzad Aslam, Muhammad Syarhabil Ahmad, Awang Soh Mamat; "A Phytochemical, Ethnomedicinal And Pharmacological Review Of Genus Dipterocarpus." International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (2015).
  • Title
    40 common trees
    Type
    Report
    Description
    Hand drawn Illustration and details of the 40 common Indian Trees
    Attribution
    to the author of the book
  • Title
    100 Beautiful Trees of India
    Type
    Report
    Description
    A neat compilation of 100 beautiful trees of india with painted illustrations that can be a good starter book for identification of common trees found in India
    Attribution
    to the author of the book
  • Title
    A study of two Species of Genus Prosopis – P.Cineraria and P.Juliflora
    Type
    Miscellaneous
    Description
    Documenting special adaptation charecteristics of the Genus Prosopis and Raise questions on differential ecological and social acceptance of P.Cineraria and P.juliflora
    Attribution
    CC
  • Title
    Book entitled ''uses of100 tree that merge with our daily life ( in Tamil)''
    Type
    Poster
    Description
    The book entitled ''nam valvodu inainda 100 marangalin payangal'' is providing botanical description, black and white photographs, Phytochemical constituents, medicinal and other uses of 100 Indian trees. For copies please contact the author ponsanthan @gmail.com, santhan_herbal@yahoo.co.in,
    Attribution
    manimekalai publication, Chennai -600017
  • Title
    Index card(Form) of gardening
    Type
    Miscellaneous
    Description
    every week i create and i post some index card about garden and tree. you can see my work on my facebook: the ganesh garden in Pondiherry https://www.facebook.com/BEAUMELLE.JACQUES?ref=hl
    Attribution
    free to share on my facebook page every week:https://www.facebook.com/BEAUMELLE.JACQUES?ref=hl
  • Title
    Trees of labourdonnais street
    Type
    Poster
    Description
    more details of the trees of the Labourdonnais Street, in Pondicherry
    Attribution
    create by jacques beaumelle for "the Ganesh Garden in Pondicherry"
  • Title
    Pondichery map
    Type
    Miscellaneous
  • Title
    Types of Trees with description
    Type
    Poster
  • Title
    Excoecaria agallocha
    Type
    Poster
    Description
    Small coastal tree
    Attribution
    R&D centre, Natural Remedies Private Limited, Bangalore
  • Title
    Gmelina arborea
    Type
    Poster
    Attribution
    R&D centre, Natural Remedies Private Limited, Bangalore
  • Title
    Synopsis of the Genus Ficus L. (Moraceae) in India
    Type
    Report
    Description
    A checklist of all species of Ficus L. available in the present political boundary of India is provided. About 115 taxa (89 species and 26 infraspecific taxa) of Ficus have been recorded here based on all available information. The taxa have been arranged according to the current classification among six subgenera and 12 sections. The maximum number of the species belongs to subgenera Urostigma. For each species, correct nomenclature with first citation followed by several relevant works and important synonyms has been provided along with Indian as well as world distribution. The taxonomic comments have also been provided for many species, if found necessary. Out of the 115 taxa occurring in India, only 10 taxa have been recorded as endemic. One new combination Ficus hirta Vahl subsp. triloba (Buch.-Ham. ex Voigt) Chaudhary has been proposed. In India, the species are distributed throughout the country from South to North up to the Himalayas at about 2,000 m elevations. The maximum diversity of the species lies in the North-East region followed by the Peninsular region and Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The province like Meghalaya in the North-East region has very rich diversity of Ficus as far as the number of species is concerned.
    Attribution
    Lal Babu Chaudhary(1*), Jana Venkata Sudhakar(2), Anoop Kumar(1), Omesh Bajpai(1), Rinkey Tiwari(1) and G. V. S. Murthy(2) Taiwania, 57(2): 193-216, 2012