BLUMEA LACERA PDF

Chemistry Camphor, cineol 66, d-fenchone 10 and citral; Diester of coniferyl alcohol, acetylenic compounds, a thiophene derivative; campesterol, hentriacontane, hentriacontanol, alpha-amyrin and its acetate, lupeol and its acetate and beta-sitosterol. Cultivation Blumea is a late Kharif crop. Seed are generally sown in late August on prepared land with good tilth; fertilizers are not used. Blumea a leaf feetle is the main insect pest. Regional Habitat Commonly found along nallas in moist and shady places near old buildings. Description An annual herb, with a strong ordor of turpentine, Stem is erect,ash colored,densely glandular, pubscent.

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Chemistry Camphor, cineol 66, d-fenchone 10 and citral; Diester of coniferyl alcohol, acetylenic compounds, a thiophene derivative; campesterol, hentriacontane, hentriacontanol, alpha-amyrin and its acetate, lupeol and its acetate and beta-sitosterol.

Cultivation Blumea is a late Kharif crop. Seed are generally sown in late August on prepared land with good tilth; fertilizers are not used. Blumea a leaf feetle is the main insect pest. Regional Habitat Commonly found along nallas in moist and shady places near old buildings. Description An annual herb, with a strong ordor of turpentine, Stem is erect,ash colored,densely glandular, pubscent. Leaves are often incised or lyrate. Many flowers arranged in axillary cymes or terminal panicle.

Pappus is white. Fruit is an achene, oblong and not ribbed. Flowers and fruits appears during December-March. Camphor, cineol 66, d-fenchone 10 and citral; Diester of coniferyl alcohol, acetylenic compounds, a thiophene derivative; campesterol, hentriacontane, hentriacontanol, alpha-amyrin and its acetate, lupeol and its acetate and beta-sitosterol.

Blumea is a late Kharif crop. Commonly found along nallas in moist and shady places near old buildings.

An annual herb, with a strong ordor of turpentine, Stem is erect,ash colored,densely glandular, pubscent.

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Blumea lacera

Blumea is a genus of flowering plants of the family Asteraceae. Genus Blumea is found in the tropical and sub-tropical zones of Asia, especially the Indian Subcontinent and Southeast Asia. A few species are found in Australia and still fewer in Africa. The plants of this genus are mostly relatively small weeds.

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