KLEINHOVIA HOSPITA PDF

It is fast-growing and in its natural habitat reaches up to 20 m 65 ft tall, though is more commonly 10 to 15 m 33 to 50 ft tall with a short, often crooked trunk and upright branches forming a densely leafy rounded crown. The bark is grey and fissured. The leaves are heart-shaped, up to 15 cm 6 in long, sharply pointed at the tip, dull green on top and pale green underneath. They are alternately arranged along the stems at the ends of the branches and remain on the tree throughout the year.

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It is fast-growing and in its natural habitat reaches up to 20 m 65 ft tall, though is more commonly 10 to 15 m 33 to 50 ft tall with a short, often crooked trunk and upright branches forming a densely leafy rounded crown. The bark is grey and fissured. The leaves are heart-shaped, up to 15 cm 6 in long, sharply pointed at the tip, dull green on top and pale green underneath. They are alternately arranged along the stems at the ends of the branches and remain on the tree throughout the year.

From late spring to autumn small, pale pink flowers bloom in large clusters that arise at the ends of the branches. They are followed by curious five-lobed, air-filled seedpods with a papery coat, allowing the wind to carry them and their seed a long distance from the parent tree. Use It is sometimes cultivated as street and landscape tree for its showy flowers and seedpods, and due to its tolerance to salt spray, is especially well-suited to seaside locations.

A minor timber tree, the trunk wood is used mainly in woodcraft and turnery. The knotted wood is of particular interest to artisans, who use it to craft ornate knife and dagger handles. It is a lightweight wood, in the to kgs per cubic meter 19 to 25 lbs per cubic ft range, and is whitish in colour. The limbs, branches and off-cuts of the trunk-wood make a good firewood.

The flowers produce abundant nectar and attract foraging honeybees. However, there does not appear to be much information on its value as a honey plant. The bark has traditional use in the Philippines for weaving into rope used to harness livestock.

The leaves reportedly have insecticidal properties and are used in traditional medicine preparations to treat head lice. However, it reaches its best development as a tree in areas with annual rainfall of mm or more. Growing New plants are usually raised from seed. Performs best on free-draining loam and sand soils of an acid to alkaline nature, generally with a pH of 5. Problem features It is listed as a weed in more than one reference publication, including being recorded as having escaped cultivation and a weed of the environment in Hawaii and as naturalised in parts of the United States.

The bark and leaves are known to have poisonous properties. Where it will grow References Books Barwick, M. Macmillan, H. Richardson Press, Melbourne Reyes, G. Iplantz makes no statements, representations or warranties as to the accuracy or completeness of the content of this website and does not accept any liability to you or any other person for the information which is provided or referred to on this website.

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Perintis Kemerdekaan, KM. E-mail: moc. Abstract Background: Doxorubicin DOX is a potent chemotherapy agent; however, its use may lead to cardiac, hepatic, and renal dysfunction. Kleinhovia hospita L extract contains antioxidant compounds that have been shown to reduce chemical-induced hepatotoxicity. Objectives: This study aimed to examine the protective effects of Kleinhovia sp. After 24 h, blood and organs were analyzed for biomarker levels and histopathological changes.

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