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Sterculia urens (Gum karaya)

M. P. Shiva

Sterculia urens (Gum karaya)

by M. P. Shiva

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Published by Centre of Minor Forest Products in Dehra Dun .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementM.P. Shiva.
SeriesReady reckoner/monograph ;, COMFORPTS-RRM no. 9, Ready reckoner/monograph (Centre of Minor Forest Products (India)) ;, COMFORPTS-RRM no. 9.
ContributionsCentre of Minor Forest Products (India)
The Physical Object
Pagination24 p. :
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3333159M
LC Control Number2004312212

The gum and mucilage contain aldobiuronic and aldotriouronic acids. The roots contains a coumarin, scopoletin. The leaves afforded flavonol glycosides, quercetin and kaempferol derivatives; beta-amyrin, its acetyl derivative, beta-sitosterol and an ester of terephthalic acid. The Plants Database includes the following 7 species of Sterculia. Click below on a thumbnail map or name for species profiles. Native Introduced Native and Introduced. Sterculia apetala Panama tree Sterculia urens sterculia Legal Status. Wetland Status. Interpreting Wetland Status. Related Links.

Kullu (Sterculia urens) is a beautiful tree with white lia urens is a fairly common variety bearing, in February and March, small, greenish-yellow flowers, hirsute and sticky. The leaves are hand-shaped and similar to those of the Sterculia foetida. It is found in dry forests in rocky areas. Check other web resources for Sterculia urens Roxb.: Mansfeld: Mansfeld's World Databas of Agricultural and Horticultural Crops ; ePIC: Electronic Plant Information Centre of Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew ; AGRICOLA: Article Citation Database or NAL Catalog of USDA's National Agricultural Library.

Sterculia urens Family: Malvaceae Subfamily: Sterculioideae Kateera-gum, Katira, Kulu, Sterculia gum Origin: India. Kullu (Sterculia urens) is a beautiful tree with white lia urens is a fairly common variety bearing, in February and March, small, greenish-yellow flowers, hirsute and sticky. Sterculia apetala synonyms, Sterculia apetala pronunciation, Sterculia apetala translation, English dictionary definition of Sterculia apetala. Noun 1. Sterculia apetala - large deciduous tree native to Panama and from which the country takes its name; having densely leafy crown and naked trunk.


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Sterculia urens (Gum karaya) by M. P. Shiva Download PDF EPUB FB2

Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients in Sterculia Urens. List of various diseases cured by Sterculia Urens. How Sterculia Urens is effective for various diseases is listed in repertory format. Names of Sterculia Urens in various languages of the world are also given.

López-Franco, W. Wang, in Handbook of Hydrocolloids (Second Edition), Gum karaya. Karaya gum, also known as sterculia gum, is the dry exudate of Sterculia urens (Roxburgh), a large and bushy tree. The majority of commercial material is obtained from wild S. urens trees, indigenous to central and northern India and more than half of the gum is produced in the state of.

Sterculia is a genus of flowering plants in the mallow family, Malvaceae: subfamily Sterculioideae (previously placed in the now obsolete Sterculiaceae).Members of the genus are colloquially known as tropical scientific name is taken from Sterculius of Roman mythology, who was the god of manure; this is in reference to the unpleasant aroma of the flowers of this genus (e.g Family: Malvaceae.

Sterculia urens gum; bulk-producing laxative. Previous. Next: Images. Previous. Next: Patient Handout. Previous. Medscape prescription drug monographs are based on FDA-approved labeling information, unless otherwise noted, combined with additional data derived from primary medical literature.

[CLOSE WINDOW] Sections sterculia. Sterculia urens:The fruits of Sterculia urens have been posted many times on our group. Today whilst going through the book 'Trees of Sterculia urens book for some other reference I found it mentioned that the roasted seeds of the fruits are eaten by humans!.

Birds also eat their fleshy sweetish covering or aril!. Sterculia gum (SG) is a plant-derived, water-soluble, high-molecular-weight complex acidic polysaccharide obtained from the stem exudates of Sterculia urens. During the past few decades, it has been recognized as a promising biodegradable material and applied in various industries including food, paper, adhesive, and textile.

We frequently encounter Sterculia urens trees on the slopes in dry deciduous forests around Pune city. During winter days shorten, evenings become chilly, forests display blooming of these very unique trees.

No leaves or dry leaves, shiny pink naked bark very conspicuous in. Sterculia definition, any of various tropical trees of the genus Sterculia, of which some species are grown as ornamentals and some are the source of commercially valuable wood.

See more. Define sterculia. sterculia synonyms, sterculia pronunciation, sterculia translation, English dictionary definition of sterculia. n a dietary fibre used as a food stabilizer and denture adhesive.

It is the dried gum tapped from the trunk and stems of the tree Sterculia urens, native Sterculia - definition of sterculia by The Free.

A superb book, very concise and well written, giving a wealth of information on or more species including descriptions, habitat, cultivation details and plant uses. A wealth of colour photographs bring each plant vividly to life.

Sterculia urens: Source: Malvales of North America Update, database (version ) Acquired: Notes: Updated for ITIS by the Flora of North America Expertise Network, in connection with an update for USDA PLANTS () Reference for: Sterculia urens: Source: The PLANTS Database, database (version ) Acquired: Notes:Biological classification: Species.

Title Plants and People of Nepal Publication Author Manandhar. Publisher Timber Press. Oregon. Year ISBN Description Excellent book, covering over 1, species of useful plants from Nepal together with information on the geography and peoples of Nepal. [Show full abstract] tomentosa, Sterculia urens.

Among the herbs species, the highest Shannon-Wiener index was for Nervilia arangoana (). Among the herbs species, the highest Shannon-Wiener. Karaya or sterculia gum is a natural soluble fiber extracted from the sap of the Indian tree Sterculia urens.

It is an indigestible carbohydrate, a polysaccharide made of galactose, rhamnose and galacturonic and glucuronic acid [1]. Nomenclature and Classification > Taxon Record Name > Scientific Name. Biodiversity Documentation for Kerala Part 6: Flowering Plants, N. Sasidharan,Flora of Maharastra State Dicotyledones, Vol I, Lakshminarasimhan P.

& Prasanna P. V, Sterculia urens central India AJT Johnsingh DSCNJPG 3, × 2,; MB Sterculia urens fruits 1, × ; KB Sterculia urens raigad maharashtra 1, × ; KB. A brief account is given on the habit, distribution, uses, silvicultural requirements, propagation, harvesting techniques, processing, grading and storage, economic value, production, and marketing of Sterculia urens, which is the source of gum karaya also known as the gum tragacanth.

Gum karaya is an important raw material in the textile, cosmetics, food, pharmaceuticals and in other : M. Shiva. Sunnichan et al.: Floral sexuality and breeding system in Sterculia urens Symon D.E. () Sex forms in Solanum (Solan- aceae) and the role of pollen collecting agents. Comprehensive studies were carried out on phenology, floral sexuality, pollination biology, pollen-pistil interaction, breeding system and fruit and seed set on three populations of gum karaya tree (Sterculia urens).

The species is andromonoecious and produces a large number of male and a limited number of “bisexual” (functionally female) by: Karaya gum is known by several other chemical and native names including Sterculia villosa, Sterculia urens, Sterculia tragacantha, Sterculia Gum, Sterculia, Mucara, Kullo, Katila, Kadira, Kadaya, Indian Tragacanth, Gomme de Sterculia, Gomme Sterculia, Gomme Kuteera, Gomme Karaya, Goma Karaya, Bassora Tragacanth, etc.

Karaya Gum is denoted by 4/5(22). Posted 8/11/09 PM, 21 messages.Karaya Gum or Kulu is a gum-yielding tree originating from India, where it occurs on dry rocky hills and in the dry deciduous forests in the north and centre of the subcontinent.

It is a medium-sized deciduous tree, typically 9 to 15 m (30 to 50 ft) tall with a short crooked trunk supporting a much branched, rounded crown made up of twisted branches.Gum karaya – INS ; E; GRAS 21 CFR ; European Pharmacopea 01/ – is defined by the food regulation as “a dried exudation from the stems and branches of strains of Sterculia urens Roxburgh and other species of Sterculia (family Sterculiaceae) or from Cochlospermum gossypium Candolle or other species of Cochlospermum (family Bixaceae)“ (EC regulation /).