Euphorbia Species: hirta Family: Euphorbiaceae Uses (Ethnobotany): Traditional medicinal herb in some tropical countries. Life Cycle: Annual Recommended Propagation Strategy: Seed Country Or Region Of Origin: Tropical and Subtropical America Distribution Distribution K1 K2 K3 K4 K5 K6 K7 P T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6 a very common pantropical weed native to Central America According to Catálogo de Plantas y Líquenes de Colombia Euphorbia hirta var. typica L.C.Wheeler; Euphorbia karwinskyi Boiss. Euphorbia nodiflora Steud. Euphorbia obliterata Jacq
The Atlas of Florida Plants provides a source of information for the distribution of plants within the state and taxonomic information. The website also provides access to a database and images of herbarium specimens found at the University of South Florida and other herbaria. Euphorbia hirta var. typica Euphorbia hirta Linnaeus, var. Female florets laterally pendulous; styles 2-fid from base. Capsule 1.5-2 mm across, pubescent. Seeds minute, red, 4-angled, minutely furrowed. Slender, erect, pubescent herbs about 20-35 cm tall. Leaves decussate, 1-2.5 x 0.7-1.5 cm, broadly oblong to elliptic-lanceolate, base obliquely truncate, margin serrulate, apex acute, hispid on both. Euphorbia hirta grows as erect or sprawling herb covered in articulate hairs, to 0.5 m in height (typically shorter). The leaves are arranged oppositely, ovate to elliptical lanceolate, to 5 cm in length with an acute leaf apex, serrate along the upper leaf margin and oblique leaf base Euphorbia hirta (sometimes called asthma-plant) is a pantropical weed, originating from the tropical regions of the Americas. It is a hairy herb that grows in open grasslands, roadsides and pathways in the warmer regions of India and Australia as an introduced species
Euphorbia hirta has a worldwide distribution, and its common names include asthma weed and milk weed. Its local name in West Bengal and Bangladesh is Boro present in Euphorbia hirta. Compounds like epigallocatechin gallate, epicatechin gallate, chlorogenic and caffeic acids, and sterols Biology and Management of Garden Spurge (Euphorbia hirta) in Ornamental Crop Production 3 measure approximately 0.05 to 0.08 inches by 0.06 inches. Seeds are oblong and very small with a reddish-brown color (Invasive Species Compendium 2019). Similar Species As a group, the spurges (Euphorbia spp.) are the mos Distribution. Euphorbia hirta found in the Philippines, Australia, South America and other parts of Asia. Euphorbia hirta widely found in most parts of India.. Uses. Euphorbia hirta has many medicinal properties like Hypotensive, anticancer, tonic, exhibits anxiolytic, analgesic, antimalarial, antiasthmatic, antidiarrheal, antioxidant, antiamoebic, anti-inflammatory, antifungal, antibacterial. E. hirta is a weed of relatively minor importance because of its low stature (Soerjani et al., 1987).It is a weed of bananas in India and Taiwan; beans in USA (Florida); black gram (Vigna mungo) in India; cassava in Cambodia, Ghana, Laos, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Venezuela and Vietnam; cacao in Ecuador; citrus in India and Trinidad; cotton in El Salvador, Kenya, Mozambique, Sudan. Euphorbia hirta (Linn) family Euphorbiaceae has been used in indigenous system of medicine for the treatment of gastrointestinal disorders. This study was designed to determine the pharmacological basis for the medicinal use of E. hirta in diarrhea and constipation. The aqueous-methanol extract of whole herb of E. hirta (EH.Cr) and its petroleum ether (Pet.EH), chloroform (CHCl3.EH), ethyl.
16. Euphorbia hirta, (Verna.-Dudhi)-The plant is of medicinal value and used in many diseases of children and adults. 17. Euphorbia thymifolia; (Verna.-Chhoti dudhi)-The juice of leaves and seeds is used as a strong purgative. The juice is also used for remedy of ringworms and other skin diseases. It is an antidote for snake bite. 18 : A review on Euphorbia hirta activities, at 0.25 mg/ml. The free radical scavenging effect on DPPH and hydroxyl was found as 68.80 ± 5.21 and 73.36 ± 5.21%, respectively. Antifertility activity E. hirta at a dose of 50 mg/kg reduced the sperm motility and density of cauda epididymal and testis sperm suspensio Introduction. Garden spurge (Euphorbia hirta) is a prostrate (low-growing), herbaceous, short-lived, warm-season annual weed commonly found in Florida landscapes, container nurseries, and other agricultural production areas.This article is written to aid green industry professionals and others in the identification and management of garden spurge in and around ornamental plants Herbs, annual or perennial, with slender to thickened taproot.Stems usually erect to ascending, rarely prostrate or decumbent, 10-50(-75) cm, usually both strigillose and hirsute.Leaves opposite; stipules usually distinct, rarely connate at base, undivided or divided into 2-4 narrowly deltate to linear-subulate segments, 0.5-1.8(-2.9) mm, pilose, often with light-colored, minute.
Biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles using Euphorbia hirta leaves extract energy and intensity distribution of X-ray signals generated by a focused electron beam on a specimen which shows the EDS spectrum recorded in the spot-profile mode (Fig.4a). The optical absorption peak i Distribution of Euphorbia hirta. E. hirta is distributed throughout the hotter parts of India, Australia, Central America and subtropical parts of world. It is found in waste places along the roadsides, field as a weed. Botanical description
Worldwide Distribution: Euphorbia hirta. is believed to have originated in tropical to subtropical parts of the New World and is now widely distributed as a weedy plant in tropical and subtropical regions (Berry et al., 2016; Merrill, 1981). Some authorities believe that its native range extends north to th . UKSI Common Name Source; Asthma-plant preferred: UKSI Classification unranked Biota kingdom Plantae phylum Tracheophyta class Magnoliopsida order Malpighiales family Euphorbiaceae genus Euphorbia species Euphorbia hirta. View list of all occurrence records for. Euphorbia hirta is easily distinguished from the native Australian species by its indumentum of long yellowish coloured hairs on stems and petioles.Euphorbia hirta is very similar to Euphorbia ophthalmica, but E. hirta has a more robust, erect habit with generally larger leaves (to 4.5 cm long) and flower-heads are terminal and axillary Hooghly Today : Euphorbia hirta Linnaeus: A very common herb in wasteplace and roadside, Euphorbia hirta Linnaeus, photographed today in Hooghly. Old records (Prain + Voigt) say it is বড় কেরুঈ in Bengali. But, according to Plant Groups it is বড় করণি Nopavera Natural Pain and Inflammation Relief. 4.3 out of 5 stars 150. $26.21$26.21 ($13.11/Fl Oz) Save 10% more with Subscribe & Save. Get it as soon as Wed, Jan 13. FREE Shipping by Amazon. Only 20 left in stock - order soon
Euphorbia hirta L. - EUPHORBIACEAE - Dicotyledon Synonymes : Chamaesyce hirta (L.) Millsp., Euphorbia pilulifera L. Common name : Asthma plant, garden spurge, red euphorbia Common name in Bengali : Bara dudhia Common name in Hindi : Baridhudi, dudh ghas Common name in Urdu : Lal dodhak Bangla English Hindi Urdu. Diagnostic characters Biology Ecology and distribution Nuisance Weed control. 1. Asian Pac J Trop Med. 2013 Feb;6(2):102-9. doi: 10.1016/S1995-7645(13)60003-6. Mosquito larvicidal and pupicidal activity of Euphorbia hirta Linn Euphorbia hirta is an important medicinal herb used throughout its distribution area, including tropical Africa. It is held in high esteem, as a decoction or infusion, to treat gastrointestinal disorders, including intestinal parasites, diarrhoea, peptic ulcers, heartburn, vomiting and amoebic dysentery
. A hairy, annual herb with spreading or ascending branches can reach up to 50 cm high. Cotyledons shortly petiolated, elliptic, 2mm long 1mm wide, sessile and hairless. First leaves simple, opposite and sub-sessile, elliptic, with asymmetric lamina in the base, and finely toothed margin. Erected plant but generally bent back. Background: Euphorbia hirta (Linn) family Euphorbiaceae has been used in indigenous system of medicine for the treatment of gastrointestinal disorders. This study was designed to determine the pharmacological basis for the medicinal use of E. hirta in diarrhea and constipation Prof. Emeritus Avinoam Danin learned and worked in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem for more than 50 years. The information accumulated in the data base and many photographs are his
Pharmacology and therapeutic potential of Euphorbia hirta (Syn: 9 g dw, syringic 51.14-68.00 mg/100 g dw, chlorogenic 48.68-79.67 mg/100 g dw and caffeic acids 0.66-1.2 The aqueous extracts of Euphorbia hirta was used to synthesise silver nanoparticles using bioreduction method. The nanoparticles were characterised by UV Vis spectroscopic analysis, SEM, EDX, AFM, XRD analysis. The silver nanoparticles were also tested for antibacterial activity in Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Bacillus subtilis. The minimum inhibitory concentration for the synthesised nano. Worldwide distribution: Native to tropical and subtropical America, now a pantropical weed. Malawi distribution: N,C,S: Growth form(s): Endemic status: Other sources of information about Euphorbia hirta: Our websites: Flora of Botswana: Euphorbia hirta Flora of Caprivi: Euphorbia hirta Flora of Mozambique: Euphorbia hirta Species: Euphorbia hirta; Species Name (as per The Plant List): Euphorbia hirta L. Common name: Common Spurge ; Vernacular name: Acce gida, Karihal soppu, Taddina gida, Halukudi (Kan.) Collection Nos: KFP 1293, KFP 14539 ; Key identification features: An annual prostrate herb. Leaves are simple, with fine-toothed margin and colour varying from. Anuradha H, Srikumar BN, Shankaranarayana Rao BS, Lakshmana M. Euphorbia hirta reverses chronic stress-induced anxiety and mediates its action through the GABA(A) receptor benzodiazepine receptor-Cl(-) channel complex. J Neural Transm. 2008;115:35-42
Euphorbia hirta, known as Ara tanah is a plant belonging to the Euphorbiaceae family. The E. hirta is a very common weed native to Central America and it has a very large area of distribution (6). Its poultice is applied to the sores on the legs, bruises and also wounds. Its juice has been given to mothers after childbirth to prevent postpartu . It is a small annual herb and it is common to tropical countries. It can grow to a height of 40cm. Euphorbia hirta is a popular herb in practitioners of traditional herb medicine. Euphorbia hirta is also called asthma herb and pill bearing spurge
Description. Robust annual herbs, glabrous to pilose. Leaves alternate below, opposite above, 4-12 x 0.3-7 cm, broadly ovate, elliptic, obovate, or panduriform, rarely linear, glabrous or pilose, margins entire to coarsely serrate, apex acute, short-acuminate, or short-cuspidate, base rounded to cuneate, green, sometimes floral leaves white or. In vitro immobilizing and spermicidal effects of methanol leaf extract of Euphorbia hirta Linn. (Euphorbiaceae) on caprine spermatozoa. Chike F Oguejiofor 1, Obinna B Onyejekwe 2, distribution, and reproduction in any medium,. Euphorbia hirta plants in this area. These data were interpreted as further evidence of behavioral differ ences between the sexes of L. sphenophori which affect the distribution of these flies in and around cane fields. Thesmall number (10) of males captured on infield traps, and the fact that significantly more males tha
Euphorbia L. Euphorbia hirta L. Euphorbia hirta L. Asthma Plant. Reference Sp.Pl. 1:454 (1753) Conservation Code Not threatened Naturalised Status Alien to Western Australia Name Status Current Distribution IBRA Regions Carnarvon, Central Kimberley, Dampierland, Northern Kimberley, Ord Victoria Plain, Pilbara, Tanami, Victoria Bonaparte.. According to Flora of West Tropical Africa under the synonym Euphorbia glomerifera. [FWTA] Euphorbiaceae, Hutchinson and Dalziel. Flora of West Tropical Africa 1:2. 1958. Morphology General Habit. An erect, branched annual herb, to 18 in. high Euphorbia pilulifera sensu Boiss. An erect-ascending hispid sparingly-branched annual herb up to 60 cm; hairs multicellular, drying yellow. Petioles 1-3 mm long. Leaf-blades rhombic-ovate to rhombic-lanceolate, 1-5 x 0.5-1.8 cm, subacute or obtuse, asymmetrically cuneate or rounded-cuneate at the base, serrulate at least in the upper part, with. . Fresh plants of Annona reticulate (leaves), Cell cycle analysis clearly indicates irregularity in the normal distribution in different phases of the cell cycle in all treatment groups. The appearance of a broad hypodiploid (sub-G0) peak, which can be easily discriminated from the narrow peak of cells with normal. The Atlas of Florida Plants provides a source of information for the distribution of plants within the state and taxonomic information. The website also provides access to a database and images of herbarium specimens found at the University of South Florida and other herbaria. Euphorbia hirta var. ophthalmica Euphorbia hirta Linnaeus, var.
. hirta belongs to the plant family Euphorbiaceae and genus Euphorbia. It is a slender- stemmed, annual hairy plant with many branches from the base to top, spreading upto 40 cm in height, reddish or purplish in color. Leaves are opposite, elliptic - oblong to oblong. General Information. Common name: Spurge family Number of genera: This family includes 300 genera and about 5000 species Propagation type: Fruit or seed Distribution: The members of this family are cosmopolitan in distribution but, they are more abundant in warmer parts or tropical regions of the world. They are almost absent in Arctic region. In India this family is represented by 61 genera. Chamaesyce (600 spp); Esula (480spp) and Euphorbia (> 600 spp) [2, 5, 10-14]. 4. Distribution The genus Euphorbia features several species, distributed throughout in the whole world. Certain species are found in India, more precisely in the North and West [7, 15]. This genus is meeting in West and East Africa where is used in th This study aimed to investigate the impact of VCO and castor oil compositions on the physicochemical properties of liquid soap from patikan kebo (Euphorbia hirta) extract and compare it with the marketed liquid hand-soap. The liquid hand-soap was manufactured by adding patikan kebo extract with VCO and castor oil as fatty acid sources. The concentration of VCO and castor oil were varied in 5.
A complete overview of the known animal, plant and fungi species biodiversity in the Dutch Caribbean islands Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao, Saba, Sint Eustatius and Sint Maarten Growth Form: Herb up to 0.3 m tall is usually erect, but sometimes almost horizontal. Foliage: Oblong, paired leaves are green with purplish tints along a toothed leaf margin
VEGETATIVE CHARACTERS - HABIT DISTRIBUTION : Found throughout the World HABIT : Herbs - Euphorbia hirta, E. thymifolia, E. helioscopica, E. peplus; E. heterophylla, E. cristata, E. elegans; Phyllanthus niruri, Croton sp., Acalypha indica, etc., are annual or perennial herbs. Shrubs - Euphorbia pulcherrima, E. splendens, - beautiful shrubs. Indian Institute of Science houses a herbarium of a fairly large number of specimens of native and naturalized plants collected by many taxonomists and researchers from India and abroad. This herbarium is recognized internationally by the acronym 'JCB'. The collection consists of more than 14,000 specimens of vascular plants, and Lichens The Alabama Plant Atlas is a source of data for the distribution of plants within the state as well as taxonomic, conservation, invasive, and wetland information for each species. The website also provides access to a database and images of plants photos and herbarium specimens found at participating herbaria. Euphorbia hirta var. The New York Flora Atlas is a source of information for the distribution of plants within the state, as well as information on plant habitats, associated ecological communities, and taxonomy. In addition, users can learn about the location of vouchered specimens and see images to get a better visual for each plant
Potential of Patikan Kerbau (Euphorbia hirta) as. Antibacterial on Euphorbia hirta is one of plants which is abundant in the tropical area. Euphorbia maculata, variously called spotted spurge or prostrate spurge, the latter name not to be confused with Euphorbia prostrata, is a fast-growing annual Holotype of Euphorbia hirta var. nocens Wheeler, L.C. 1939 [family EUPHORBIACEAE] Filed as Euphorbia hirta L. [family EUPHORBIACEAE] Lectotype of Euphorbia hirta L. [family EUPHORBIACEAE] Distribution. EASTERN REGION Natal; Malvern, near Durban. Wood, 647! near Durban, Wood, 120! a weed in Durban Botanic Garden, Wood, 3130! Phœnix. Objective : To evaluate the antimicrobial properties of hydroethanol extracts of Bauhinia rufescens L. and Euphorbia hirta L. Methodology and results : The hydroethanol extracts of Bauhinia rufescens L. and Euphorbia hirta L.; two plants of the Chadian traditional pharmacopoeia used in the treatment of infantile diarrhoea and gastroenteritis in adults were submitted to in vitro tests in order.
Euphorbia hirta belongs to the family Euphorbiaceae. It is a small annual herb common to tropical countries (Soforowa, 1982). It can grow to a height of 40 cm. ensure uniform distribution of the microorganisms and then allowed to solidify on a flat surface. Three holes were made in the plates (about 5.0 mm diameter) using a sterile cork. All species of Euphorbia exude a milky juice when broken, and Euphorbia hirta's local name gatas-gatas derives from this. Botany Gatas-gatas is a slender-stemmed, annual hairy plant with many branches from the base to the top, the branches simple or forked and ascending or spreading, up to 40 centimeters tall, reddish or purplish in color
Distribution of types. Please read. Search Clear. Search Author Database. Author (standard form) Author forename. Author surname. Author ID. Search Clear. Search Publication Database. Publication (standard form) Publication title. Publication ID. Search Clear. Euphorbia hirta L., Sp. Pl. 1: 454 (1753). BHL POWO . Contact us about this record. Microscopy revealed surface ornamentations on the abaxial surface of Euphorbia hirta. Epicuticular wax was present and granular in all taxa except the abaxial surface of Euphorbia glomerifera. The cuticle was either smooth, ridge or striated. Fig. 1: World wide distribution of Euphorbia species.....4 Fig. 2: Geographical distribution of. Euphorbia hirta, belongs to the family of Euphorbiaceae which is a large family of dicotyledons, with about 300 genera and over 5,000 species. Here in the Philippines, the Euphorbia hirta, is commonly referred to as Tawa-tawa or Gatas-gatas in some provinces. It is also known as Asthma weed or Snake weed in the United States The effect of Euphorbia hirta and Dialum guineense leave extracts on the corrosion of aluminium in 0.25M NaOH was investigated using gravimetric technique. It was shown that the presence of Euphorbia hirta and Dialum guineense leave extracts inhibited the corrosion of aluminium in the test solutions and that the inhibition efficiency depended on the concentration of the plant extract as well. Euphorbia hirta L. is classified in the Euphorbiaceae, and is a small, annual herb originating in the Americas and now established as a pantropical weed (Nyeem et al. 2017).This plant is a very popular herb among practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine and is widely used as a decoction or infusion to treat various ailments including diarrhea, heartburn, asthma, bronchitis, and intestinal.
Euphorbia hirta in Panchkhal valley. Euphorbia hirta (sometimes called asthma-plant ) is a pantropical weed, originating from the tropical regions of the Americas.  It is a hairy herb that grows in open grasslands, roadsides and pathways in the warmer regions of India and Australia as an introduced species A taxonomic revision of Euphorbia section Anisophyllum Roeper (Euphorbiaceae) in Australia Austrobaileya 8: 441-600. Hammel, B.E., Grayum, M.H., Herrera & C. & Zamora, N. (eds.) (2010). Manual de plantas de Costa Rica volumen V. Dicotiledóneas (Clusiaceae-Gunneraceae) Monographs in Systematic Botany from the Missouri Botanical Garden 119: 1-970 Euphorbia hirta is a pantropical weed, possibly native to India. It is a hairy herb that grows in open grasslands, roadsides and pathways. open grasslands, etc. It is pantropic in distribution. The plant is an annual, hairy herb, usually much - branched from the base - these branches being simple or forked and ascending or spreading - up to.
The present study was performed to spray-dry the high concentration of bioactive compounds from Euphorbia hirta L. extracts that have antidiabetic activity. The total phenolic content (TPC) and total flavonoid content (TFC) of four different extracts (crude extract, petroleum ether extract, chloroform extract and ethyl acetate extract) from the dried powder of Euphorbia hirta L. were. Vascular Plants of North Carolina. L. Mountains, Piedmont, Sandhills, and western/southern Coastal Plain. No specimens east of Northampton, Greene, Duplin, and New Hanover counties. NH to Ont., MN, and NE, south to northern GA and eastern TX. Common to very common over its range in the state. Dry to mesic soils of woodlands and forests, along. observed among and within each collection of species of E. hyssopifolia, E.hirta, E. prostrata and E. thymifolia justifies why they are classified under the same subgenus Chamaesyce. Distribution wise, the species were found to be sympatric or allopatric. Keywords: Morphometry, Euphorbia, PCA, cluster analyses Introduction The genus Euphorbia. Euphorbia Species: maculata Family: Euphorbiaceae Uses (Ethnobotany): The sap of spotted spurge is being studied for its treatment of skin cancer. Life Cycle: Annual Recommended Propagation Strategy: Seed Country Or Region Of Origin: Southeast Canada to Belize, Cuba, and Bahamas Distribution: Canada, United States and part of Mexico. Edibility. The genus Euphorbia (Euphorbiaceae) is the third major genus of flowering plants, with 1836 accepted species [1,2], subdivided into many subgenera and sections.This genus has a worldwide distribution and can be found in all temperate and tropical regions. Also, this group of plants is characterized by an extraordinary variety of forms, from small ephemerals to several forms of herbaceous. 4 Plant Euphorbia TRIGONA RUBRA African Milk Tree Rare Cactus Plant Exotic Succulent. 3.8 out of 5 stars. 125. $18.99. $18. . 99