against D. porcellus. Adaole & Balogun: Ecotoxicity of K. senegalensis leaves’ extracts 42 sediment contaminated with the aqueous and etha-lonic extracts of Khaya senegalensis leaves and using Chironomus spp. The survey revealed seven plants traditionally used for malaria treatment in Senegal: Azadirachta indica (leaves and stem bark), Khaya senegalensis (stem bark), Anogeissus leiocarpus (stem bark), Ficus gnaphalocarpa (stem bark), I. senegalensis (leaves), Nauclea latifolia (leaves, stem bark and roots), Cassia occidentalis (leaves). Leaves are alternate, compound, stipules absent; leaflets 3-6 (-7) usually opposite pairs, oblong to narrowly oblong-elliptic, 7-12 x 3-5 cm. African mahogany. Khaya senegalensis For 12 weeks, the growth performance (number of leaves, seedling collar diameter and height) and biomass accumulated by roots, stem and leaves of seedlings in each treatment were measured, fortnightly. %%EOF The Khaya senegalensis (Desv.) Khaya senegalensis seeds in fruit. Crude Extracts of Khaya Senegalensis *Kankia, H. I., Zainab, S. A Department of Biochemistry, Umaru Musa Yar’adua University, Katsina, Nigeria Abstract- The aim of this work was to investigate and compare the phytochemical screening and antimicrobial activities of different crude extracts from leaves, barks and roots of Khaya senegalensis. 84 0 obj <>stream It has a straight, robust and cylindrical trunk, with buttresses at the base. E. coli P. aeroginosa Salmonella spp. Khaya senegalensis exhibited an isohydric behaviour and also had a lower hydraulic vulnerability to cavitation in leaves, with a P50 of −2.3 MPa. Its sustainable management through regeneration techniques and assessment of its degree of adaptation to the changing climate is necessary. The practical integration of natural resources, such as plant leaves, in the animal industry remains a major challenge for farmers. Foliage of K. senegalensis. The leaf arrangement is alternate; the leaves themselves are odd- or even-pinnate compound, around 50 - 70cm long, with 3 - 7 pairs of leaflets on each leaf. To examine its potential for clonal propagation, the effects of cutting length, leaf area, stockplant maturation, auxin, and smoke solution treatments were investigated. �����`.%���S�揑ɭIP�^��⁻^o��׊�K�����G��a�]W#O�Q��7^U�v�n�;c;nW���9���:�7u[��xL�qf�c�-,�^�e���E��ALk��{4nU��_w n��S[V_�"G�������{����E�Z��j���d��eu���[;�{�[���[y�m��ў��o-�W�j�j��S�G�Ӛ�]���;���`��e3���L�,Y���r���X���"��;������-�&�� 5 �pn�g ێa�,E59����(CZk˚�0�:�*�q��\�\!�+��L�8���Z$�^��Δ'? Indeed at the very young stage (one week after germination), the plant still depends on the starch contained in the seed. endstream endobj 63 0 obj <>stream Screening leaf extract of Khaya senegalensis for nematocidal activity: This was carried out in accordance with the methods described by Akhtar and Mahmoud (1994). Acid extract of leaves of (Mahogany) Khaya senegalensis (LKS) plant was investigated as inhibitor for the corrosion of C-steel in 1.0 M HCl. Comparative foliar anatomy of the three Khaya species was carried out to identify and describe distinctive anatomical characters that could possibly be used to delimit the three taxa. Cream; tree. According to Nwosu et al. (1)Fodder: Young leaves contain fairly large amounts of digestible crude protein. Keywords: Khaya senegalensis, rabbit, performance, blood parameters, carcass The objective of this study to carry out phytochemical screening, determination of chemical composition and determine antioxidant activity of plant extracts. Khaya senegalensis A. Juss (Meliaceae) is a popular medicinal plant, widely used in the management of various ailments in the African traditional medi… Abstract. The Khaya ivorensis saplings tolerate short periods of moderate water deficit; however, this type of study is still limited to K. senegalensis h�b```f``�f`a`0``@ &�(G��� ����qP��e��,��t���� -�Pz�.�`ch`n�`m�`¡h�"�> � �i�k���/i(21(N�;ga:XF����z ��]@������Ϩ` � � Khaya senegalensis is an evergreen tree with a widely spreading, rounded crown; it can grow 15 - 30 metres tall. Antimicrobial efficacy of different extracts of roots, stem-bark and leaves of Khaya Senegalensis against human pathogenic bacteria (zones of inhibition in mm). The seeds and leaves are also used to treat fever and headache while the root extract is used to treat mental illness, leprosy and syphilis (Maydell, 1986). Khaya Senegalensis Dried Leaves for Oil Sorption für € 29,80. The present study aimed to test the insecticidal and repellent activities of powders and extracts of leaves of Bridelia ferruginea, Blighia sapida, and Khaya senegalensis against D. porcellus.The efficacy of plant powders was compared … (3)Khaya senegalensis and Gliricidia sepuim were completely rejected by sheep. Description. z����.ܙ�8\���i�� Leaflets are 8 - 17cm long, - 7cm wide. 1. Seeds are brown, broadly ellipsoid to flat in shape, paper thin and measure 25 x 18 mm, with narrowly-winged margins. Common name. Khaya senegalensis leaves, fruits and seeds. However, the leaves shed by the trees may be considered as waste. K. senegalensis was collected from Nana hall female hostel, old campus of The leaves of Khaya senegalensis obtained and identified were air-dried. This study addresses the effects of Khaya senegalensis leaves on performance, carcass traits, hematological and biochemical parameters in growing rabbits. The leaf arrangement is alternate; the leaves themselves are odd- or even-pinnate compound, around 50 - 70cm long, with 3 - 7 pairs of leaflets on each leaf. in Mem. Seeds of dry zone mahogany from Upper Guinea (NB. Distribution of 12 Khaya senegalensis study populations in two ecological regions of Benin. Khaya senegalensis exhibited an isohydric behaviour and also had a lower hydraulic vulnerability to cavitation in leaves, with a P50 of −2.3 MPa. Mah. (1)Fodder: Young leaves contain fairly large amounts of digestible crude protein. Juss., K. grandifoliola C. DC. 72 0 obj <>/Filter/FlateDecode/ID[<7995F7FCAB8BB574C5D2D2938E126FFC>]/Index[59 26]/Info 58 0 R/Length 71/Prev 118510/Root 60 0 R/Size 85/Type/XRef/W[1 2 1]>>stream Key words: Khaya senegalensis, wood dust, stain, histology, mordant INTRODUCTION Khaya senegalensis commonly known as African mahogany is a tree belonging to the family Meliaceae. Cream; tree. ... As Fulani herders head south, their herds become increasingly hungry and they therefore harvest almost all the leaves of any K. senegalensis tree available along their migration corridor. [2] Khaya senegalensis , also known as "African dry zone mahogany" or mubaba in the Shona language , is also used for its herbaceous parts. African Journal of Biotechnology 2008;7(5):661-3. The native eucalypts had twice the maximum leaf hydraulic conductance but a much higher P50 of -1.5 MPa. Perry Homes 50, Sog Powerlock Scissors, Mt Lemmon Campgrounds, Park Lakes Humble, Hand Of Vecna D&d Beyond, All New Materials Tab, Home Depot Wood Stain Color Chart, " /> against D. porcellus. Adaole & Balogun: Ecotoxicity of K. senegalensis leaves’ extracts 42 sediment contaminated with the aqueous and etha-lonic extracts of Khaya senegalensis leaves and using Chironomus spp. The survey revealed seven plants traditionally used for malaria treatment in Senegal: Azadirachta indica (leaves and stem bark), Khaya senegalensis (stem bark), Anogeissus leiocarpus (stem bark), Ficus gnaphalocarpa (stem bark), I. senegalensis (leaves), Nauclea latifolia (leaves, stem bark and roots), Cassia occidentalis (leaves). Leaves are alternate, compound, stipules absent; leaflets 3-6 (-7) usually opposite pairs, oblong to narrowly oblong-elliptic, 7-12 x 3-5 cm. African mahogany. Khaya senegalensis For 12 weeks, the growth performance (number of leaves, seedling collar diameter and height) and biomass accumulated by roots, stem and leaves of seedlings in each treatment were measured, fortnightly. %%EOF The Khaya senegalensis (Desv.) Khaya senegalensis seeds in fruit. Crude Extracts of Khaya Senegalensis *Kankia, H. I., Zainab, S. A Department of Biochemistry, Umaru Musa Yar’adua University, Katsina, Nigeria Abstract- The aim of this work was to investigate and compare the phytochemical screening and antimicrobial activities of different crude extracts from leaves, barks and roots of Khaya senegalensis. 84 0 obj <>stream It has a straight, robust and cylindrical trunk, with buttresses at the base. E. coli P. aeroginosa Salmonella spp. Khaya senegalensis exhibited an isohydric behaviour and also had a lower hydraulic vulnerability to cavitation in leaves, with a P50 of −2.3 MPa. Its sustainable management through regeneration techniques and assessment of its degree of adaptation to the changing climate is necessary. The practical integration of natural resources, such as plant leaves, in the animal industry remains a major challenge for farmers. Foliage of K. senegalensis. The leaf arrangement is alternate; the leaves themselves are odd- or even-pinnate compound, around 50 - 70cm long, with 3 - 7 pairs of leaflets on each leaf. To examine its potential for clonal propagation, the effects of cutting length, leaf area, stockplant maturation, auxin, and smoke solution treatments were investigated. �����`.%���S�揑ɭIP�^��⁻^o��׊�K�����G��a�]W#O�Q��7^U�v�n�;c;nW���9���:�7u[��xL�qf�c�-,�^�e���E��ALk��{4nU��_w n��S[V_�"G�������{����E�Z��j���d��eu���[;�{�[���[y�m��ў��o-�W�j�j��S�G�Ӛ�]���;���`��e3���L�,Y���r���X���"��;������-�&�� 5 �pn�g ێa�,E59����(CZk˚�0�:�*�q��\�\!�+��L�8���Z$�^��Δ'? Indeed at the very young stage (one week after germination), the plant still depends on the starch contained in the seed. endstream endobj 63 0 obj <>stream Screening leaf extract of Khaya senegalensis for nematocidal activity: This was carried out in accordance with the methods described by Akhtar and Mahmoud (1994). Acid extract of leaves of (Mahogany) Khaya senegalensis (LKS) plant was investigated as inhibitor for the corrosion of C-steel in 1.0 M HCl. Comparative foliar anatomy of the three Khaya species was carried out to identify and describe distinctive anatomical characters that could possibly be used to delimit the three taxa. Cream; tree. According to Nwosu et al. (1)Fodder: Young leaves contain fairly large amounts of digestible crude protein. Keywords: Khaya senegalensis, rabbit, performance, blood parameters, carcass The objective of this study to carry out phytochemical screening, determination of chemical composition and determine antioxidant activity of plant extracts. Khaya senegalensis A. Juss (Meliaceae) is a popular medicinal plant, widely used in the management of various ailments in the African traditional medi… Abstract. The Khaya ivorensis saplings tolerate short periods of moderate water deficit; however, this type of study is still limited to K. senegalensis h�b```f``�f`a`0``@ &�(G��� ����qP��e��,��t���� -�Pz�.�`ch`n�`m�`¡h�"�> � �i�k���/i(21(N�;ga:XF����z ��]@������Ϩ` � � Khaya senegalensis is an evergreen tree with a widely spreading, rounded crown; it can grow 15 - 30 metres tall. Antimicrobial efficacy of different extracts of roots, stem-bark and leaves of Khaya Senegalensis against human pathogenic bacteria (zones of inhibition in mm). The seeds and leaves are also used to treat fever and headache while the root extract is used to treat mental illness, leprosy and syphilis (Maydell, 1986). Khaya Senegalensis Dried Leaves for Oil Sorption für € 29,80. The present study aimed to test the insecticidal and repellent activities of powders and extracts of leaves of Bridelia ferruginea, Blighia sapida, and Khaya senegalensis against D. porcellus.The efficacy of plant powders was compared … (3)Khaya senegalensis and Gliricidia sepuim were completely rejected by sheep. Description. z����.ܙ�8\���i�� Leaflets are 8 - 17cm long, - 7cm wide. 1. Seeds are brown, broadly ellipsoid to flat in shape, paper thin and measure 25 x 18 mm, with narrowly-winged margins. Common name. Khaya senegalensis leaves, fruits and seeds. However, the leaves shed by the trees may be considered as waste. K. senegalensis was collected from Nana hall female hostel, old campus of The leaves of Khaya senegalensis obtained and identified were air-dried. This study addresses the effects of Khaya senegalensis leaves on performance, carcass traits, hematological and biochemical parameters in growing rabbits. The leaf arrangement is alternate; the leaves themselves are odd- or even-pinnate compound, around 50 - 70cm long, with 3 - 7 pairs of leaflets on each leaf. in Mem. Seeds of dry zone mahogany from Upper Guinea (NB. Distribution of 12 Khaya senegalensis study populations in two ecological regions of Benin. Khaya senegalensis exhibited an isohydric behaviour and also had a lower hydraulic vulnerability to cavitation in leaves, with a P50 of −2.3 MPa. Mah. (1)Fodder: Young leaves contain fairly large amounts of digestible crude protein. Juss., K. grandifoliola C. DC. 72 0 obj <>/Filter/FlateDecode/ID[<7995F7FCAB8BB574C5D2D2938E126FFC>]/Index[59 26]/Info 58 0 R/Length 71/Prev 118510/Root 60 0 R/Size 85/Type/XRef/W[1 2 1]>>stream Key words: Khaya senegalensis, wood dust, stain, histology, mordant INTRODUCTION Khaya senegalensis commonly known as African mahogany is a tree belonging to the family Meliaceae. Cream; tree. ... As Fulani herders head south, their herds become increasingly hungry and they therefore harvest almost all the leaves of any K. senegalensis tree available along their migration corridor. [2] Khaya senegalensis , also known as "African dry zone mahogany" or mubaba in the Shona language , is also used for its herbaceous parts. African Journal of Biotechnology 2008;7(5):661-3. The native eucalypts had twice the maximum leaf hydraulic conductance but a much higher P50 of -1.5 MPa. Perry Homes 50, Sog Powerlock Scissors, Mt Lemmon Campgrounds, Park Lakes Humble, Hand Of Vecna D&d Beyond, All New Materials Tab, Home Depot Wood Stain Color Chart, " />

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Common name. Eight new limonoids, khayseneganins A–H (1–8), and 31 known limonoids were isolated from the leaves and twigs of Khaya senegalensis. Flower colour; life form. In vivo activity of stem bark aqueous extract of Khaya senegalensis against Trypanosoma brucei. (1830) is a monoecious evergreen or semi-deciduous tree, 20-30 m tall, with trunk, of up to about 1 m of diameter, provided at the base of the oldest specimens of short tabular roots (flat roots similar to buttresses), and dark grey bark initially smooth then tending to flake off with the age. Overexploited for its precious wood and medicinal values, the natural stands of this species are in danger of extinction in Cote d’Ivoire. Microorganism Drug Fraction S. aureus Streptococcus spp. 0 The results showed that the germination of Khaya senegalensis is hypogeous with almost stalkless pre-leaves. Buttresses not prominent or absent. (2)Foliage is suitable as fodder for grazing stock. Senegal Mahogany (Khaya senegalensis) Family: Meliaceae. Shop24Direct, der ★★★★★-Musik-Shop: Aktueller Schlager Volksmusik Klassik die beste Musik aller Zeiten Ihr Versandhaus für Musik. Description. in Cape Verde, Tanzania, Malawi, Madagascar, Réunion, Egypt, South Africa, India, Indonesia, Vietnam, Australia and tropical America. h�bbd``b`� Detailed coverage of invasive species threatening livelihoods and the environment worldwide. ��ݍ�L(�6[/ڒ��Qͺ�ʛ'�S�����T�v��~j��zT����'� �:� Mus. Native to Africa, Khaya senegalensis or known in various common names such as dry zone Mahogany, African mahogany, Gambia mahogany, khaya wood, and Senegal mahogany among others is a medium-sized tree of about 15 -30 m tall. Khaya senegalensis and Cassia occidentalis ethanolic leaves extract were evaluated for their effectiveness to suppress wood damage by termite at the Department of Biological Sciences, Bayero University, Kano, Nigeria. The ethanolic crude extract of the stem bark of Khaya senegalensis has been reported to possess free radical scavenging activity (Lompo et al., 2007). Characteristics and harvest intensity for 12 K. senegalensis populations selected in two ecological regions in Benin. Mah. K. senegalensis bark is an important medicine for malaria, the leaves are pruned by indigenous Fulani herders as a critical source of fodder for their livestock, and the timber is highly prized. Par. The K. senegalensis species evolved in a tropical wet and dry climate in West Africa (rainfall ranging between 600 to 800 annual mm) and most likely adapts well to semi-arid regions of Brazil. leaves and flowers of Khaya senegalensis (Meliaceae). Khaya senegalensis is a deciduous evergreen tree, 15-30 m high, up to 1 m in diameter, with a clean bole to 8-16 m, buttresses not prominent or absent; bark dark grey, with small, thin, reddish-tinged scales; slash dark pink to bright crimson, exuding a red sap. It is commonly planted within its natural area of distribution, mainly as ornamental and roadside tree, and also outside this area, e.g. The leaflets are oblong to elliptical, dark green and glossy on the upper side, and light green on the underside. According to Nwosu et al. %PDF-1.5 %���� Par. The seeds and leaves are also used to treat fever and headache while the root extract is used to treat mental illness, leprosy and syphilis (Maydell, 1986). Fruit cases opening to release seed Photograph by: Didier Descouens Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0. The structures of the new compounds were elucidated by 2D-NMR spectroscopy and mass spectrometry, and the absolute configuration of 1 was determined by the CD exciton chirality method. In West Africa, the Sclerocarya birrea (Anacardiacea) tree The bark is dark grey to grey-brown while the heartwood is brown with a pink-red pigment made up of coarse interlocking grains. A. Juss. Khaya senegalensis. This study addresses the effects of Khaya senegalensis leaves on performance, carcass traits, hematological and biochemical parameters in growing rabbits. El-Aswad AF, Abdelgaleil SAM, Nakatani M. Feeding deterrant and growth inhibitory properties of limonoids from Khaya senegalensis against the cotton leafworm, Spodoptera littoralis. The development of clonal propagation could improve plantation establishment, which is currently impeded by mahogany shoot borer. Khaya senegalensis occurs from Mauritania and Senegal east to northern Uganda. The development of clonal propagation could improve plantation establishment, which is currently impeded by mahogany shoot borer. Khaya senegalensis belonging to family Meliaceae. It can grow to more than 30m in height, and has a girth of 1 – 2m. The LC 50 of aqueous and ethanolic extracts were 1.39g/l and 1.20g/l respectively. 17. Khaya senegalensis belonging to family Meliaceae. ����]�ӯFw�#b4Za�'A��x~35A�G�|En�|&f�JJ�*�A�L"�1�e����ę�1�3��M���W�D����f��������b A.Juss. Keywords: Khaya senegalensis, Leaves, Bark, Phytochemical Screening, GC-MS Analysis, Antioxidant Activity 1. Khaya matures in mere 10 to 12 years, whereas mahogany requires 20 to 25 years. Usually evergreen, … African mahogany is a medium-sized tree which can grow up to 15–30 m in height and 1 m in diameter. CABI is a registered EU trademark. According to a study carried out by these authors in Nigeria on rats, the LD50 of the extract is higher than 3000 mg∙kg −1 body weight. Generate a print friendly version containing only the sections you need. 17. Khaya senegalensis A. Juss (Meliaceae) is a popular medicinal plant, widely used in the management of various ailments in the African traditional medi… Leaves Type/ Shape/ Size- as seen in photo Inflorescence Type/ Size- as seen in photo Flowers Size/ Colour/ Calyx/ Bracts-as seen in photo Fruits Type/ Shape/ Size Seeds- not found Other Information like Fragrance, Pollinator, Uses etc.- no idea This is Khaya senegalensis . Abstract: Khaya belongs to the family Meliaceae.In Nigeria the genus is represented by three species viz; K. senegalensis A. Khaya senegalensis For 12 weeks, the growth performance (number of leaves, seedling collar diameter and height) and biomass accumulated by roots, stem and leaves of seedlings in each treatment were measured, fortnightly. The native eucalypts had twice the maximum leaf hydraulic conductance but a much higher P50 of −1.5 MPa. Data on reproductive characteristics were collected from 12 populations spread across two ecological regions (Sudanian and Sudano–Guinean). The leaflets are oblong to elliptical, dark green and glossy on the upper side, and light green on the underside. At the end of the study, heavy metal analysis was done to determine the concentration of Lead Campus. Khaya senegalensis fruiting branch. Khaya senegalensis is one of the largest and most majestic trees in Africa. In vivo activity of stem bark aqueous extract of Khaya senegalensis against Trypanosoma brucei. K. senegalensis has evolved in a wet-dry tropical climate in west Africa (600 to Distribution of 12 Khaya senegalensis study populations in two ecological regions of Benin. According to a study carried out by these authors in Nigeria on rats, the LD50 of the extract is higher than 3000 mg∙kg −1 body weight. This could mexicanolide limonoids named seneganolide, hydroxyseneganolide and acetoxyseneganolide. A large-sized, fast-growing, sturdy tree with a large, dense crown is covered with spiraling compound, glossy leaves clustered at the end of the branches. Leaves are alternate, compound, stipules absent; leaflets 3-6 (-7) usually opposite pairs, oblong to narrowly oblong-elliptic, 7-12 x 3-5 cm. K. senegalensis growing in Upper Guinea: a wide, well-developed crown, up to 35 m high on deep soils, commonly 15-20 m in savanna. YELLOW FLAME TREE. Yoruba and Nupe tribes to treat malaria, jaundice, edema and headache.5 Khaya senegalensis is a tree with shiny foliage up to 25 m or more with exfoliating barks, young branches with dark, grayish-brown lenticels and leaves of 15-60 cm or more. The Khaya senegalensis (Desv.) nX)�YZ���zM���D��D�S�4ɳy�dr1&�詜���z4�E� i\f:� � �"�� 0�ip�r2}�D��H�������(-A����ͷ(^�J`�RrU�g'� _�����CO� Khaya senegalensis is a multipurpose African timber species. This tree from central and west Africa, has a smooth grey-barked trunk, and it can be distinguished from Swietenia by the different shaped leaves and the smaller globular fruit. Probably the wood of Khaya senegalensis is occasionally mixed with the wood of other Khaya spp. Khaya senegalensis harvesting of bark. (1830) is a monoecious evergreen or semi-deciduous tree, 20-30 m tall, with trunk, of up to about 1 m of diameter, provided at the base of the oldest specimens of short tabular roots (flat roots similar to buttresses), and dark grey … in Mem. The fruit is an upright, almost spherical, woody capsule, 4-10 cm in diameter. Native to Africa, Khaya senegalensis or known in various common names such as dry zone Mahogany, African mahogany, Gambia mahogany, khaya wood, and Senegal mahogany among others is a medium-sized tree of about 15 -30 m tall. The white flowers are sweet-scented; the fruit changes from grey to black when ripening. Campus. K. senegalensis has evolved in a wet-dry tropical climate in west Africa (600 to endstream endobj startxref These trees play a significant role in developing a greener environment in urban areas. weight loss measurements, scanning electronic microscope, polarization curves and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy. The objective of this study to carry out phytochemical screening, determination of chemical composition and determine antioxidant activity of plant extracts. The present study aimed to test the insecticidal and repellent activities of powders and extracts of leaves of Bridelia ferruginea , Blighia sapida , and Khaya senegalensis > against D. porcellus. Adaole & Balogun: Ecotoxicity of K. senegalensis leaves’ extracts 42 sediment contaminated with the aqueous and etha-lonic extracts of Khaya senegalensis leaves and using Chironomus spp. The survey revealed seven plants traditionally used for malaria treatment in Senegal: Azadirachta indica (leaves and stem bark), Khaya senegalensis (stem bark), Anogeissus leiocarpus (stem bark), Ficus gnaphalocarpa (stem bark), I. senegalensis (leaves), Nauclea latifolia (leaves, stem bark and roots), Cassia occidentalis (leaves). Leaves are alternate, compound, stipules absent; leaflets 3-6 (-7) usually opposite pairs, oblong to narrowly oblong-elliptic, 7-12 x 3-5 cm. African mahogany. Khaya senegalensis For 12 weeks, the growth performance (number of leaves, seedling collar diameter and height) and biomass accumulated by roots, stem and leaves of seedlings in each treatment were measured, fortnightly. %%EOF The Khaya senegalensis (Desv.) Khaya senegalensis seeds in fruit. Crude Extracts of Khaya Senegalensis *Kankia, H. I., Zainab, S. A Department of Biochemistry, Umaru Musa Yar’adua University, Katsina, Nigeria Abstract- The aim of this work was to investigate and compare the phytochemical screening and antimicrobial activities of different crude extracts from leaves, barks and roots of Khaya senegalensis. 84 0 obj <>stream It has a straight, robust and cylindrical trunk, with buttresses at the base. E. coli P. aeroginosa Salmonella spp. Khaya senegalensis exhibited an isohydric behaviour and also had a lower hydraulic vulnerability to cavitation in leaves, with a P50 of −2.3 MPa. Its sustainable management through regeneration techniques and assessment of its degree of adaptation to the changing climate is necessary. The practical integration of natural resources, such as plant leaves, in the animal industry remains a major challenge for farmers. Foliage of K. senegalensis. The leaf arrangement is alternate; the leaves themselves are odd- or even-pinnate compound, around 50 - 70cm long, with 3 - 7 pairs of leaflets on each leaf. To examine its potential for clonal propagation, the effects of cutting length, leaf area, stockplant maturation, auxin, and smoke solution treatments were investigated. �����`.%���S�揑ɭIP�^��⁻^o��׊�K�����G��a�]W#O�Q��7^U�v�n�;c;nW���9���:�7u[��xL�qf�c�-,�^�e���E��ALk��{4nU��_w n��S[V_�"G�������{����E�Z��j���d��eu���[;�{�[���[y�m��ў��o-�W�j�j��S�G�Ӛ�]���;���`��e3���L�,Y���r���X���"��;������-�&�� 5 �pn�g ێa�,E59����(CZk˚�0�:�*�q��\�\!�+��L�8���Z$�^��Δ'? Indeed at the very young stage (one week after germination), the plant still depends on the starch contained in the seed. endstream endobj 63 0 obj <>stream Screening leaf extract of Khaya senegalensis for nematocidal activity: This was carried out in accordance with the methods described by Akhtar and Mahmoud (1994). Acid extract of leaves of (Mahogany) Khaya senegalensis (LKS) plant was investigated as inhibitor for the corrosion of C-steel in 1.0 M HCl. Comparative foliar anatomy of the three Khaya species was carried out to identify and describe distinctive anatomical characters that could possibly be used to delimit the three taxa. Cream; tree. According to Nwosu et al. (1)Fodder: Young leaves contain fairly large amounts of digestible crude protein. Keywords: Khaya senegalensis, rabbit, performance, blood parameters, carcass The objective of this study to carry out phytochemical screening, determination of chemical composition and determine antioxidant activity of plant extracts. Khaya senegalensis A. Juss (Meliaceae) is a popular medicinal plant, widely used in the management of various ailments in the African traditional medi… Abstract. The Khaya ivorensis saplings tolerate short periods of moderate water deficit; however, this type of study is still limited to K. senegalensis h�b```f``�f`a`0``@ &�(G��� ����qP��e��,��t���� -�Pz�.�`ch`n�`m�`¡h�"�> � �i�k���/i(21(N�;ga:XF����z ��]@������Ϩ` � � Khaya senegalensis is an evergreen tree with a widely spreading, rounded crown; it can grow 15 - 30 metres tall. Antimicrobial efficacy of different extracts of roots, stem-bark and leaves of Khaya Senegalensis against human pathogenic bacteria (zones of inhibition in mm). The seeds and leaves are also used to treat fever and headache while the root extract is used to treat mental illness, leprosy and syphilis (Maydell, 1986). Khaya Senegalensis Dried Leaves for Oil Sorption für € 29,80. The present study aimed to test the insecticidal and repellent activities of powders and extracts of leaves of Bridelia ferruginea, Blighia sapida, and Khaya senegalensis against D. porcellus.The efficacy of plant powders was compared … (3)Khaya senegalensis and Gliricidia sepuim were completely rejected by sheep. Description. z����.ܙ�8\���i�� Leaflets are 8 - 17cm long, - 7cm wide. 1. Seeds are brown, broadly ellipsoid to flat in shape, paper thin and measure 25 x 18 mm, with narrowly-winged margins. Common name. Khaya senegalensis leaves, fruits and seeds. However, the leaves shed by the trees may be considered as waste. K. senegalensis was collected from Nana hall female hostel, old campus of The leaves of Khaya senegalensis obtained and identified were air-dried. This study addresses the effects of Khaya senegalensis leaves on performance, carcass traits, hematological and biochemical parameters in growing rabbits. The leaf arrangement is alternate; the leaves themselves are odd- or even-pinnate compound, around 50 - 70cm long, with 3 - 7 pairs of leaflets on each leaf. in Mem. Seeds of dry zone mahogany from Upper Guinea (NB. Distribution of 12 Khaya senegalensis study populations in two ecological regions of Benin. Khaya senegalensis exhibited an isohydric behaviour and also had a lower hydraulic vulnerability to cavitation in leaves, with a P50 of −2.3 MPa. Mah. (1)Fodder: Young leaves contain fairly large amounts of digestible crude protein. Juss., K. grandifoliola C. DC. 72 0 obj <>/Filter/FlateDecode/ID[<7995F7FCAB8BB574C5D2D2938E126FFC>]/Index[59 26]/Info 58 0 R/Length 71/Prev 118510/Root 60 0 R/Size 85/Type/XRef/W[1 2 1]>>stream Key words: Khaya senegalensis, wood dust, stain, histology, mordant INTRODUCTION Khaya senegalensis commonly known as African mahogany is a tree belonging to the family Meliaceae. Cream; tree. ... As Fulani herders head south, their herds become increasingly hungry and they therefore harvest almost all the leaves of any K. senegalensis tree available along their migration corridor. [2] Khaya senegalensis , also known as "African dry zone mahogany" or mubaba in the Shona language , is also used for its herbaceous parts. African Journal of Biotechnology 2008;7(5):661-3. The native eucalypts had twice the maximum leaf hydraulic conductance but a much higher P50 of -1.5 MPa.

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