The juice obtained by pressing the leaves of Bryophyllum calycinum ( Crassulaceae) exhibited histamine-blocking activity. 2. The juice contains flavonoid. Bryophyllum calycinum belongs to the family crassulaceae was widely used in traditional medicine especially in the tropical areas. The plant contained alkaloids. This is a PDF-only article. The first page of the PDF of this article appears above. PreviousNext. Back to top. Table of Contents · Download PDF · Article Alerts.

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This is a fairly common trait in the subgenus Bryophyllum. Liberty Hyde Red Pierrot butterfly is resting on edge of leaf.

Antihistamine activity of Bryophyllum calycinum.

When the seedlings formed fall to the ground, they root and quickly give new plants. New York, The Macmillan Co.

The leaves are remarkable for their ability to produce bulblets. This file is lacking author information. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The calyx is formed of a long tube, red at the base, veined with yellowish falycinum or green spotted with reddish brownwith four very small triangular lobes at the end.

Subsequently, the Calcyinum naturalist Christiaan Hendrik Persoon reclassified it in the Kalanchoe calling it Calanchoe pinnatawith an orthographic variant.


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Like most succulents, this one does not support frost. The tubular corollawith a pronounced constriction separating the subspherical part of the ovoid part, is terminated by four lobes which reaches 5 cm in length.

Perrier Boiteau Kalanchoe floripendula Steud. Bryophyllum pinnatum has become naturalized in tropical and subtropical areas, inhabiting warm and temperate climates from sea level to 2, meters, occupying sites on rock in tropical evergreen and deciduous forestsas well as montane forests. The fruits are follicles mm which are found in the persistent calyx and corolla. Archived from the original on October 17, An jeder Einbuchtung findet sich ein dunkler Fleck; von jedem derselben entwickelt sich sehr leicht eine Kn Recent searches: Page 1 of 1.

Retrieved from ” https: In the tropics, Kalanchoe pinnata is grown outdoors in gardens. Extraits de l’Herbier de l’amateur. Filipino Herbs Healing Wonders.

Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae. Bryophyllum poisoning brykphyllum cattle”. At the same time, in Londonthe botanist Richard Anthony Salisbury described the same plant from a specimen received from Bengalunder the name of Bryophyllum calycinumand at the same time created the new genus Bryophyllum.

Bryophyllum pinnatum has been recorded in Trinidad and Tobago as being used as a traditional treatment for hypertension. Articles with ‘species’ microformats Commons category link is caalycinum Wikidata Taxonbars with 20—24 taxon IDs. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

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Bryophyllum pinnatum – Wikipedia

In common with other Crassulaceae such as the genera TylecodonCotyledon and Adromischus calycimum, Bryophyllum pinnatum has been found to contain bufadienolide cardiac glycosides [12] These can cause cardiac poisoningparticularly in grazing animals. The “leaves” of this species are actually leaf-stem combinations called bryophylluum. In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. If is associated with an Alamy account you’ll receive an email with instructions on how to reset your password.

Bryophyllum pinnatumalso known as the air plantcathedral bellslife plantmiracle leafand Goethe plant is a succulent plant native to Madagascarwhich is a popular houseplant and has become naturalized in tropical and subtropical areas.

The plant Kalanchoe pinnata was harvested by Pierre Sonnerat in Isle de France Mauritius and communicated to Lamarck who described it in as the Cotyledon pinnata. Hequet Calcyinum Le Corre, F.