Cytotoxicity assay Cell viability was measured using a neutral red NR assay. The control wells contained only the complete medium and cells. The percentage cytotoxicity was calculated as previously described [ 32 ]. The extent of cytotoxicity toward HepG2 and Vero cells was presented as the average of half the maximal inhibitory concentration IC50 of the crude extract.
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The leaves are shed when it is hot summer in May! That is why it is not liked by people for planting in avenues. I have seen a beautiful tree at the entrance of Adyar Cancer Hospital. The flower pics were clicked in January and fruit pics in May of The captioned tree is found in desiduous forests and is occasionally common. Nice colours. I have seen a lot of variation in the flowers of Lannea coromandelica Moi As seen here and also in Vasai I found the red tinge quite strong.
Here in Pune I have found both types pure yellow and also mixed yellow and red. The clusters here are also thick Sharing some images clicked from Devbagh Karwar hopefully belonging to Lannea which was growing near Seashores. Commonly seen tree in Dandeli, in moist deciduous and semi-evergreen habitat. The species was fruiting and a variety of birds were feeding on the fruit; also the Malabar Giant squirrel was feeding on the fruit.
Yes Most probably Lannea coromandelica. New year greetings. Would you please share the picture of leaves, or a branch with leaves, if you have. I think when in flower you may not get leaves.
In such cases, if you do not have pictures of leaves with you, you may need to wait. Please check whether the bark is red when you make a cut.
Some time when you cut the bark, there would be red exudate that is also a character of Lannea coromandalica. I have never understood this
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