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Bougainvillea glabra

  • T. K. LimEmail author
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Scientific Name

Bougainvillea glabraChoisy

Synonyms

Bougainvillea brachycarpa Heimerl, Bougainvillea glabra var. acutibracteata Heimerl, Bougainvillea glabra var. alba Mendes & Viégas, Bougain-villea glabra var. brachycarpa (Heimerl) Heimerl, Bougainvillea glabra var. graciliflora Heimerl, Bougainvillea glabra var. obtusibracteata Heimerl, Bougainvillea glabra var. sanderiana Boss-chere, Bougainvillea rubicunda Schott ex Rohrb., Bougainvillea spectabilis var. glabra (Choisy) Hook.

Family

Nyctaginaceae

Common/English Names

Bougainvillea, Glory of the Garden, Lesser Bougainvillea, Paper Flower

Vernacular Names

  • Brazil: Buganvilea, Cansarina, Ceboleiro, Flor-De-Papel, Juvu, Pataguinha, Primavera, Rios Do Prado, Roseiro, Roseta, Snata-Rira, Sempre-Lustrosa, Tres-Marias (Portuguese)

  • Burmese: Sekku-Pan

  • Catalan: Buguenvíl.Lea, Buguenvíl.Lea Comuna

  • Chinese: Guang Yi Zi Hua

  • French: Bougainvillée, Bougainvillier

  • German: Bougainvillie, Drillingsblume

  • India: Baganbilas (Bengali), Booganbel (Hindi),...

Keywords

Cutaneous Leishmaniasis Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity Sinapic Acid Polyphenolic Extract Methanol Leaf Extract 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.CanberraAustralia

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