Division: Magnoliophyta. Class: Magnoliopsida. Subclass: Asteridae. Order: Rubiales. Family: Rubiaceae. Genus: Anthocephalus. Species: chinensis. Notes. BRIEF DESCRIPTION A medium sized to tall deciduous tree reaching a height of m, and a trunk diameter up to cm. It has a slightly. Family: Rubiaceae Anthocephalus chinensis. Genus: Anthocephalus Species: chinensis. Origin: India Common name: ‘Kadam’ in India, Bur.

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Natural Habitat It is reported to grow best on deep, moist, alluvial sites, often in secondary forests along riverbanks. The wood can be easily impregnated with synthetic resins to increase its density and compressive strength. This page was last edited on 12 Octoberat Ayurvedic medicinal plant scientific anthocephalus cadamba miq Botanical name rubiaceae English name anthocephalus chinensis Tree Flower two girl with kadam flowers The Kadam flower, Anthocephalus cadamba, bloom during the rainy season in Bangladesh.

Given that Richard’s name for the kadam tree is incorrect, the earliest name is William Roxburgh ‘s Nauclea cadamba.

Plant Description

It is quick growing, with broad spreading branches and grows rapidly in the first 6—8 years. Bosser; Anthocephalus indicus A.

Nature of Business Manufacturer. Retrieved 13 September Neolamarckia cadamba Plant List: Wikimedia Commons has media related to Neolamarckia cadamba. The timber is used for plywood, light construction, pulp and paper, boxes and crates, dug-out canoes, and furniture components.


Drying Defects Ease of Drying: Cinensis 16 – Woods of the World. Moore Samama cadamba Roxb. He was in the form of a spear under a kadamba tree. Product Description To satisfy the changing and increasing needs of customers, we are providing an extensive range of Anthocephalus Cadamba.

Machining This species is easy to machine. Its genus name honors French naturalist Jean-Baptiste Lamarck. I agree to the terms and privacy policy.

Leaves are 13—32 cm 5. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

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Gita Govinda by Jayadeva. Neolamarckia cadambawith English common names burflower-treelaranand Leichhardt pine[2] and called kadam [2] locally, is an evergreentropical tree native to South and Southeast Asia.

Flooring 14 – Handbook of Hardwoods. Frkn Neolamarckia cadamba or Kodom flower of Bangladesh Neolamarckia cadamba or Kodom flower Farm of Anthocephalus chinensis tree, Kadam tree, it’s tropical tree for industry wood ferniture A boy holds a bunch of Neolamarckia cadamba also known as Anthocephalus cadamba,Kadam. The larvae of the commander Moduza procrisa brush-footed butterflyconsume this species.

The leaf extract has recently been used to produce silver nanoparticles for surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy. Intervessel pits small, 7 micras or less. Annual Turnover Upto Rs.


KADAM (Anthocephalus chinensis)

In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. Natural Durability It has very low natural resistance to decay. Bermuda Grasses in New Delhi. InJean Marie Bosser created the new generic name Neolamarckiahonouring Lamarck, for the Asian genus which cninensis Richard’s description of his Anthocephalustransferring Nauclea cadamba as Neolamarckia cadamba Roxb.

The fruit and inflorescences are reportedly edible by humans. The current view taken by most taxonomic sources is that Richard’s Anthocephalus indicus or Anthocephalus chinensis is a synonym of Cephalanthus chinensis now transferred to the genus Breonia as Breonia chinensis Lam.

When they looked up, they saw Krishna hiding there and their garments scattered all over the branches of the tree. If is associated with an Alamy account you’ll receive an email with instructions on how to reset your chinensie. One day, to teach them a lesson, Krishna reached the bank of the pond where they were taking a bath and took away their garments and spread them on the branches of nearby kadamba tree.