Morphological properties of s cumini

Because of this it is used in railway sleepers and to install motors in wells. Unripe fruit looks green. It is sometimes used to make cheap furniture and village dwellings though it is relatively hard to work on.

It has a high source in vitamin A and vitamin C. The fruits are berries and are often obviously oblong, 1.

Electronic database search was conducted with the search terms of Eugenia jambolana, S. The plant has also been introduced to many different places where it has been utilized as a fruit producer, as an ornamental and also for its timber.

Flowers are scented, greenish-white, in clusters of just a few or 10 to 40 and are round or oblong in shape and found in dichotomous paniculate cymes. The plant has been viewed as an antidiabetic plant since it became commercially available several decades ago.

Botany Jambolan is a large evergreen and densely foliaceous tree with greyish-brown thick bark, exfoliating in woody scales. The fruits develop by May or June and resemble large berries ; the fruit of Syzygium species is described as " drupaceous ".

It is commonly known as jambolan, black plum, jamun, java plum, Indian blackberry, Portuguese plum, Malabar plum, purple plum, Jamaica and damson plum. Other names[ edit ] Java plum is also known as Portuguese plum and Malabar plum.

Skeels jambolan is one of the widely used medicinal plants in the treatment of various diseases in particular diabetes. During last four decades, numerous folk medicine and scientific reports on the antidiabetic effects of this plant have been cited in the literature.

The petals cohere and fall all together as a small disk. Malabar plum may also refer to other species of Syzygium. Skeels is one of the best known species and it is very often cultivated.

Wine and vinegar are also made from the fruit. The present review has been primed to describe the existing data on the information on botany, phytochemical constituents, traditional uses and pharmacological actions of S.

In southern Asia, the tree is venerated by Buddhists, and it is commonly planted near Hindu temples because it is considered sacred to Lord Krishna [3].

It has a worldwide, although highly uneven, distribution in tropical and subtropical regions. As it matures, its color changes to pink, then to shining crimson red and finally to black color.

The plant is rich in compounds containing anthocyanins, glucoside, ellagic acid, isoquercetin, kaemferol and myrecetin. The seeds are claimed to contain alkaloid, jambosine, and glycoside jambolin or antimellin, which halts the diastatic conversion of starch into sugar.

The seeds have been reported to be rich in flavonoids, a well-known antioxidant, which accounts for the scavenging of free radicals and protective effect on antioxidant enzymes [7][8] and also found to have high total phenolics with significant antioxidant activity [9] and are fairly rich in protein and calcium.

This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Abstract Syzygium cumini S.Study of yeast flora from fruit of Syzygium cumini (linn) skeel Swapan kr.

Ghosh. Mycopathology Laboratory,Department of Botany, Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda (Syzygium cumini) ii) morphological,microscopical and biochemical or physiological characterization of isolated yeast and to note their diversity on this fruit.

Syzygium cumini, commonly known as jambolan, Java plum, black plum or jamun, is an evergreen tropical tree in the flowering plant family Myrtaceae.

It is native to the Indian Subcontinent, adjoining regions of Southeast Asia, China and Queensland. The Kingdom: Plantae. indicated that S. album has strongly associated with Syzygium cumini and Ziziphus oenopolia.

Morphological characters and habitat Morphological characters and habitat properties of sandalwood in research site has a similarity to the Province of NTT. Physicochemical characterization of a new raw material obtained from leaves of Syzygium cumini revealing a change of % in the mass of the materia l.

Syzygium cumini (S. cumini) (L.) Skeels (jambolan) is one of the widely used medicinal plants in the treatment of various diseases in particular motorcarsintinc.com present review has been primed to describe the existing data on the information on botany, phytochemical constituents, traditional uses and pharmacological actions of S.

cumini (L.) Skeels. Physicochemical characterization of a new raw material obtained characterize the physicochemical properties of the plant leaves, which may be useful in the production of new S.

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