It is the same description (soft) that is commonly applied to the wood of tugas babae as contrasted to tugas lanhan. (18) (17), Additional (6) Parts used Tugas (P. Vitex parviflora / IUCN Red List of Threatened Species of Philippine Medicinal Plants with Chinese Names, Vitex parviflora A.Juss. Differential larvicidal efficacy of four species of Vitex against Culex quinquefasciatus larvae / Krishnan Kannathasan, Annadurai Senthilkumar et al / Parasitology Research, Volume 101, Number 6 / November, 2007 / DOI 10.1007/s00436-007-0714-5 The former tends to grow upward fast with sparse branches, but the latter tends to form a spreading crown with crooked branches that are closely spaced. - In Kerala State of India, bark and wood decoction of Terminalia catappa and V altissima used for bathing women after childbirth. Some appear to hang from the faces of limestone cliffs. Antimicrobial testing of retusin indicated moderate activity against fungi, A. niger and low activity against bacteria, P. aeruginosa. I’m likewise familiar with the two strains or is an accepted name. (16) Wounds on the trunk and cuts on the branches tend to induce rapid outward growth forming mump-like projections. - Decoction of bark used for diarrhea. Ethnopharmacological and Biotechnological Significance of Vitex / K. Padmalatha, K Jayaram et al / Bioremediation, Biodiversity and Bioavailability, 2009; 3(1): pp 6-14 Also, the method of how to write scientific names has been acknowledged internationally. Review of the taxonomic classification and characteristics of Vitex parviflora, commonly called the molave tree and tugas. (7) (1) The molave tree (Vitex parviflora Juss.) babae and the tugas lanhan. Comparative evaluation of wound healing potency of Vitex trifolia L. and Vitex altissima L. / B K Manjunatha, S M Vidya et al / Phytotherapy Research, Volume 21 Issue 5, Pages 457 - 461 / Published Online: 30 Jan 2007 - Fish poison: Fruit and bark used as fish poison in the Philippines. The trunk is straight, cylindrical, branchless with a length of 20-30 m. Folkloric Compounds 2 - 4 showed potent antioxidant activity by free radical scavenging and DPPH radical scavenging methods. (2) - Resin: Exudes a yellow resin when the wood is treated with lime. Reviews the versatility of molave trees or tugas and author's personal account on its multiple uses including furniture and bonsai making. Unmanned aerial vehicles provide reliable, accurate data to growers (American Society of Agronomy/ScienceDaily January 8, 2020). Family: Lecythidaceae Description A deciduous, medium-sized to fairly (4) (10) It’s somewhat different in young plants. Propagation methods using stem cuttings and bareroot transplants apply to molave tree. • Antibacterial / Leaf and Stem: Study of leaf extract showed moderate activity against both Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacteria. Peacock chaste tree (Engl.) 3 Supplement. Proximate analysis, phytochemical screening and total phenolic and flavonoid content of the ethanolic extract of molave Vitex parviflora Juss. Results showed molave and alugbati with greater anti-ulcer activities than bataw. - Phytochemical screening of There is a standard format when writing scientific names of plants and animals. This common name is likewise used in Bikol, Masbate, Waray, and Kuyonon (Fernandez 1993). The word tugas is the Cebuanos’ generic name for the molave tree. Flavonoids, triterpenoids and a lignan from Vitex altissima / Chenchugari Sridhar et al / Phytochemistry, Volume 66, Issue 14, July 2005, Pages 1707-1712 Structure Elucidation, Reports on Structure Elucidation / doi:10.1016/j.phytochem.2005.05.008 |