PDF | On Jan 1, , Ali Al-Snafi and others published The chemical constituents and pharmacological effects of Ammannia baccifera – A review. Common name: Blistering Ammannia, Acrid weed, Monarch redstem, Tooth cup • Hindi: अग्नि बूटी Aginbuti, बन मिरिच Ban mirich, दादमारी Dadmari. Red List Category & Criteria: Least Concern ver Year Assessed: Assessor/s: Gupta, A.K. Reviewer/s: Rao, M.L.V., Bhat, G.K. & Molur, S. Justification.
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Terrestrial, annualerect herbup to 60 cm tall.
Taproot white or brown. Stem quadrangular, solid, glabrous. Flowers bisexualgrouped together in an axillarysessile glomerules, red, pink, or purple, petals absent.
Fruit a capsuleopening irregularly, transversely.
Annual herbcm in height. Erectbranched, smooth, slender, with somewhat 4-angled stems. The leaves are narrow-oblong, oblanceolate or narrowly ammniaabout 3. The flowers are small, about 1.
Ammannia baccifera L. | Species | India Biodiversity Portal
The capsules are nearly spherical, depressed, about 1. The seeds are black. Sub- tropical Asia to tropical Australia. Frequent but not abundant. Rare and not abundant. May become very harmful in rice ammaniq, especially when fields run dry due to lack of water. Mechanical, but difficult as severed parts regenerate easily.
Lythraceae – Ammannia baccifera L.
The leaves or the ashes of the plant, mixed with oil, are applied to cure herpetic eruptions. The fresh, bruised leaves have been used in skin diseases as a rubefacient and as an external remedy for ringworm and parasitic skin affection.
In India, leaves are used to reduce the sexual libido in animals. Weeds of rice in Indonesia. Riceweeds en – Lythraceae – Ammannia baccifera L.
Common name acrid weed. Weed type Broad leaves Global description Terrestrial, annualerect herbup to 60 cm tall. Cotyledons First leaves General habit Annual herbcm in height. Underground system Stem Erectbranched, smooth, slender, with somewhat 4-angled stems. Leaf The leaves are narrow-oblong, oblanceolate or narrowly ammanizabout 3.
Inflorescence Flower The flowers are small, about 1.
Fruit Seed The seeds are black. Biology Reproduction by seeds. Ecology In inundated or very wet sites, from m alt. Origin World distribution Sub- tropical Asia to tropical Australia.
Riceweeds en – Lythraceae – Ammannia baccifera L.
Global weediness May become very harmful in rice fields, especially when fields run dry due to lack of water. Local weediness Burkina Faso: Control Mechanical, but difficult as severed parts regenerate easily.
Common name Location Language Meaning Source acrid weed. In inundated or very wet sites, from m alt.