Allanblackia floribunda is an evergreen Tree growing to 25 m (82ft) by 20 m (65ft) at a fast rate. It is hardy to zone (UK) The flowers are pollinated by Insects. The useful plants of west tropical Africa, Vol 2. Names. Allanblackia floribunda Oliv. [family GUTTIFERAE]. Allanblackia parviflora A. Chev. [family GUTTIFERAE] . Native geographic distributions of (a) Allanblackia floribunda; (b) A. parviflora; and (c) A. stuhlmannii. Maps reprinted with permission from.
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Natural regeneration is affected by seed predation and collection.
Inflorescence a terminal raceme or panicle with strongly reduced branches or flowers single or in pairs in leaf axils. The wood is said to be resistant to termites but is not particularly durable.
Right plant wrong place. The fairly hard cloribunda of Allanblackia floribunda is pale red or brown and usually fairly distinctly demarcated from the thick, pinkish beige sapwood.
Significant tree-to-tree variation in the mass of the fruits, number of seeds in each fruit, and chemical constituents of the seed oil were observed [ 42 ]. The wood has little lustre. It is estimated Nigeria produced about 50 tons of allanblackia oil in Redrawn and adapted by Achmad Satiri Nurhaman tree with fruits tree with fruits fruit in longitudinal and cross section. The traditional use of the Allanblackia seed oil has been reported for Allanblackia floribunda vegetable tallow tree, Kisidwe nutsA.
It grows best in areas where the maximum mean annual temperature ranges from 24 – 33c, whilst the minimum can fall below 10c. Fat high in stearic acid favorably affects blood lipids and factor VII coagulant activity in comparison with fats high in palmitic acid or high myristic and lauric acids. It is used locally, but is of secondary importance. Allanblackia floribunda Home x 89 – 6k – png spellwell.
Orbicular to ovate, unequal, outer ones 4—9 mm in diameter, inner ones ca. The degree of maturity of fruits on the tree can not be estimated, so mature fruits are left to drop to the ground and are then collected. To extract the fat, seeds are dried and crushed; the resulting mass is mixed with water and boiled until the fat separates and floats to the surface, from where it is scooped off[ ]. Received Jul 27; Accepted Aug Allanblackia floribundaknown in English as ‘tallow tree’, is a species of flowering plant in the Clusiaceae family that has been long used in traditional African medicine to treat hypertension.
In DR Congo a decoction of the bark or leaves is taken to treat asthma, bronchitis and cough. Line drawing detailing characteristic botanical features of a Allanblackia stuhlmannii 1twig with male flowers; 2fruit; 3seed; and 4seed in cross section ; and b photos of A.
Allanblackia floribunda Oliv. – Forest Center
The major triglyceride component were determined as 2-oleostearin Allanblackia floribunda tree with fruits. Selection of high-yielding trees for seed collection and vegetative multiplication has started recently. Vegetable Oils in Food Technology: Allanblackia stuhlmannii in Swahili: The fruit is large, up to 30cm long by 10cm in diameter with upward of seeds borne within in a translucent mucilage[ ]. In Nigeria it is used in construction of local houses.
Keeping the fruits for a few months on damp sites covered with banana leaves and buried partially and scarification of the seedcoat improve germination rates only slightly. Flore du Congo belge et du Ruanda-Urundi. In Congo a decoction of the bark or the leaves is taken for cough, asthma, bronchitis and other bronchial affections while the lees from this preparation are rubbed over areas of pain after scarification. When ingested, these phytochemicals have the potential to act as pharmacological agents, and could prevent the development of or be used to treat chronic disease.
Redrawn and adapted by Achmad Satiri Nurhaman. Published online Sep BoxAH Wageningen, Netherlands. A decoction of the bark or leaves is taken to treat asthma, bronchitis and cough[ ].
If allwnblackia have important information about this plant that may help other users please add a comment or link below. The grain is fairly straight, texture medium to coarse; the lustre is low.
Copy and print the QR code to a plant label, poster, book, website, magazines, newspaper etc and even t-shirts. Efforts to domesticate Allanblackia floribunda are underway, but at present seed is only collected from wild stands or from trees retained on farm land. Phytochemistry and pharmacognosy of the genus Psorospermum.
Unisexual, regular, five-merous, cream to reddish, fragrant; pedicel 3. Colonial powers invested significant efforts in—among other things—the floribundda and exploitation of the new colonies as sources of raw materials for European industry [ 13 ].
The seeds are eaten in times of food scarcity and are also used as bait in traps for small game. More modern hydraulic and screw press equipment is now also used. Always seek allwnblackia from a professional before using a plant medicinally.
The flowering plants of Africa. Composition, Properties and Uses.
In the s and s, the seed oil from Allanblackia fruits harvested in the East Usambara Mountains in Tanzania was exported to Europe in small, but significant quantities [ 14 ].
Clusiaceae aqueous extract in alcohol- and sucrose-induced hypertensive rats”. A pro-profit public-private partnership in a framework of environmental and social benefits. Table 1 Botanical characteristics of three species of Allanblackia of commercial interest [ 101112 ]. Methods of propagation by cuttings and grafting are being developed[ ].