LANNEA MICROCARPA PDF

Lannea microcarpa Engl. & K. Krause [family ANACARDIACEAE]. Herbarium. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (K). Collection. Useful Plants of West Tropical Africa . PDF | Lannea microcarpa (Anacardiaceae) is a tropical tree used in African folk medicine and commercial dermopharmaceutical formulations. Lannea microcarpa. lannea_microcarpa-_dreyer-stiftung-_dano-_bf- _5_porembski__d64bd3 Common Name:Tree grapes. References.

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Trees, shrubs and lianas of West African dry zones. Woody plants of Ghana, with special reference to their uses. The bark is pounded and boiled for 2—3 hours in water.

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Collections du Mali No 8. Citation in scholarly articles. Fulani camp in a Balanites The tree has a thick bark which gives it an above-average resistance to bush fires[ Title Trees and Shrubs of the Sahel.

It is also lannsa by both sexes for ritual clothes worn at crucial stages of life such as circumcision and excision, delivery and death. Garments made with this dye have pannea been used as ceremonial robes at special occasions including hunting and war; to mark special stages of life such as circumcision, birth, menopause and death[ Title Protabase – Plant Resources of Tropical Africa.

The fruits are eaten raw or dried and a fermented drink is prepared from the pulp. Lannea comprises about 40 species, most of them restricted to Africa, and the bark of many of them is or has been lanneaa as a source of a red-brown dye. Lannea comprises about 40 species, most of them restricted to Africa, and the bark of many of them is or has been used as a source of a red-brown dye.

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Anthocyanins from fruits of Lannea microcarpa. The cotton cloth is plunged once into the Lannea dye-bath, then 3 times in the Anogeissus bath and finally once again in the Lannea bath. In Ghana among the Akan and the Ashanti people, the dye from the bark is traditionally used for mourning clothes although red synthetic dyestuffs may now be used instead. The use of Lannea bark for red dyeing is still important and widespread in West Africa.

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Antidiarrhoeic activity of Lannea microcarpa bark. Very comprehensive as regards to species covered, but the information on each species is often rather terse. Accessed 13 November It is also possible that bark mixtures are used sometimes. Towards the end of mictocarpa period a small ladleful of wood ash is added as mordant, resulting in a darker coloured liquid that is kept boiling strongly for about half an hour. To obtain a faster colour, bogolan dyers lahnea this dye with a decoction of the bark of Anogeissus leiocarpa DC.

Lannea microcarpa 1, leaf; 2, part of branch with young leaves and fruits Redrawn and adapted by Iskak Syamsudin. Email this to a friend Print Share on facebook Tweet this. Therefore, the exact identity of the species used in a particular dyeing process is not always certain, except from field observations complemented by botanical identification of the collected dye material. The bark is pounded and boiled for 2—3 hours in water. Therefore, the exact identity of the species used in a particular dyeing process is not always certain, except from field observations complemented by botanical identification of the collected dye material.

It is also used by both sexes for ritual clothes worn at crucial stages of life such as circumcision and excision, delivery and death.

Garments made with plain ochre-red cloth or with black designs on an ochre-red ground obtained with this micrrocarpa are mostly worn by men, originally in blood-shedding circumstances such as hunting and war. There are citation in web searches related to Lannea microcarpa Engl. Although most species can easily be distinguished botanically, in several areas different species bear similar vernacular names. The bark yields an edible gum which is soluble in water.

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Towards the end of this period a small ladleful of wood ash is added as mordant, resulting in a darker coloured liquid that is kept boiling strongly for about half an hour. The antidiarrhoeic effect of the bark has been confirmed by tests.

Views Read View source View lnnea. The dye is not very fast, except in the black parts of lajnea design[ Title Protabase – Plant Resources of Tropical Africa.

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In Senegal wood ash is applied to maturate abscesses. It also occurs on rocky soil in Sahel savanna. Because it provides a good shade, and a nutritious crop of food, the tree is typically protected when farmers clear lannez forest for agriculture[ Title Lost Crops of Africa. Nutritious[ Title Lost Crops of Africa.

Garments made with plain ochre-red cloth or with black designs on an ochre-red ground obtained with this dye are mostly worn by men, originally in blood-shedding circumstances such as hunting and war. Young tree Photograph by: Lannea West Africa the bark of Lannea microcarpa is employed to dye cotton textiles a red-brown colour. Inflorescence a terminal raceme up to 15 cm long male ones longestbearing glandular dots.

Lannea microcarpa Borassus aethiopum crown with x – k – jpg en. It turns yellow if acids are added to the bath.