ELEUTHERINE BULBOSA PDF

Plant Morphology: Growth Form: It is a herbaceous plant with red-brown underground bulbs. Foliage: Its leaves are plicate and liner, measuring to 70 cm long. J Pharm Sci. Aug;64(8) Chemical and pharmacological investigations of constituents of Eleutherine bulbosa (Miller) Urb. (Iridaceae). Bianchi C. Eleutherine bulbosa (Miller) Urban is an herbaceous plant of the Iridaceae family. Bulbs are ovoid, – cm in diameter with several layers of brittle, red.

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