The tree is harvested from the wild for local use as a medicine, food, and as a source of oil and wood. Known Hazards. The bark is used as a fish poison[. () Medicinal Importance of Holoptelea Integrifolia (Roxb).Planch – Its Biological and Pharmacological Activities. Nat Prod Chem Res doi. Common name: Indian Elm, entire-leaved elm tree, jungle cork tree, south Indian elm tree • Hindi: चिलबिल chilbil, कान्जू kanju, पपड़ी.
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They may also be called vermifuges stunning or vermicides killing. Tropical Plants Database, Ken Fern. Among all the extracts tested, methanolic and aqueous extracts showed better and dose-dependent activity in comparison with reference standard piperazine citrate.
Mamatha, Phytochemical investigation and antidiabetic activity of Holoptelea integrifolia Planch [M. Large deciduous trees, to 25 m high, bark mm thick, whitish-grey, smooth; blaze yellowish-grey, streaked with light brown; branchlets pubescent.
It is also found in the lower Himalayan belt to Tranvancore, the southern part of India. However, further studies on chemical constituents and their mechanisms in exhibiting certain biological activities are needed. It is estimated that there aretospecies of plants on earth [ 2 ]. The alcoholic leaf and stem extracts of H. The qualitative phytochemical screening of H. Sepals are velvety, often four. Medicinal Importance of Holoptelea Integrifolia Roxb.
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Holoptelea integrifolia – Useful Tropical Plants
In the study body weight, serum lipids, and lecithin: Mudgal V and Pal DC. The active fraction proved to be nonphytotoxic and it stimulated the rate of seed germination and seedling growth of Capsicum annuum seeds. In Pakistan 3 genera and 7 species of the drug are found in Karachi and in some other parts of Sindh [ 34 ]. The detailed study of pharmacology, bioassay guided isolation of active principles, and mechanism of action may help to understand the relation between pharmacological effects and traditional uses of H.
Leaf bud mixed with lime juice is applied externally to affected area for treatment of hair loss by infection [ 13 ].
holopgelea The effect was studied on small cell lung cancer, breast, prostate, and colorectal and hepatocellular cancer cell lines. The leaves was dried in shade, and finally grounded in powdered form in and electronic grinder and stored in cellophane bags at 4oC until use. Chapman and Hill, London, UK, pp Even though several traditional uses of Holoptepea. In another study, Kaur et al.
Presence of a compound 3- 7-ethoxymethyloxo-2H-chromenyl propanoate C1 in the test extract could be responsible for the present activity,which might have inhibited HMGR activity and block intestinal fat absorption.
NIL Source of Support: The plant species contains wide nitegrifolia of phytochemicals such as holoptele, sterols, saponins, tannins, proteins, carbohydrates, and alkaloids [ 1852 ].
It includes published material or suggestions from the author or others. Analytical study of leaves extract: Holoptelea integrifolia has many common names depending upon the languages spoken in a particular region. Anthelmintic activity of leaves of Alocasia indica Linn. The medicinal plants find wide applications in pharmaceutical, cosmetic, agricultural and food industry.
The activity of test extract was evaluated using pylorus ligated ulcer model in rats and compared with the standard omeprazole. The phytochemical screening of extracts also revealed the presence of various chemical constituents responsible for various activities. Style is very short 2. Traditionally leaves and bark used as bitter, astringent, anthelmintic, inflammation[7,8], acid integrfiolia, dyspepsia, colic, intestinal worms, vomiting, edema, piles, wound healing, leprosy, diabetes, haemorrhoids, dysmenorrhoea, diarrhoea, rheumatism, polyuria, helminthiasis, tuberculosis.
Phytochemical analysis showed the presence of terpenoids, sterols, saponins, tannins, proteins, carbohydrates, alkaloids, phenols, flavonoids, glycosides, and quinines. Seeds are used especially on ringworm and dried fruit in polyurea and urinary disorders [ 15 ]. South Indian Elm Tree.
Technology Biodiversity in India. In one study, Saraswathy et al. Fruit A dry, winged, compressed samara, wings membranous; seed solitary, flat.
D; Indian medicinal plants. Leaves are simple, alternate, stipulate, ovate or elliptic-ovate, and acuminate in shape. Agri and Aquaculture Journals Dr. Various secondary iintegrifolia such as tannins, cardiac glycosides, alkaloids, saponins, anthracene derivatives and cyanogenic glycoside have been detected by chemical test [ 20 – 22 ].
Leaves simple, alternate; stipules lateral, scarious; petiole mm, stout, pubescent; lamina The ethanolic extract of Holoptelea integrifolia and its active constituent s may play a therapeutic role in chemotherapy-included emesis Cisplatin [ 19 ]. Effect of ethanolic extract of leaves of H. The effect of acetone extract from H. Factors such as geographical and seasonal variation play an important role in the authentication of the chemical constituents responsible for the activity which also can be an area of interest.
The stem bark is made into a paste and applied to cure swellings.
Branches heavily laden with the developing fruits Photograph by: Antioxidant ,heavy metals and elemental analysis of holoptelea integrifolia planch. Subscribe to Table of Contents Alerts. Report on antidiarrheal holoprelea of Holoptelea integrifolia was provided by Shrinivas et al. Fruit a samara, 3 cm across, orbicular, wings nerved, glabrous, seed one.