Capparis decidua, a medicinal plant of family Capparaceae grows abundantly in wild arid regions of Asia, Africa and Saudi Arabia. The plant. PDF | On Jan 1, , Pradeep Singh and others published Capparis decidua- An important medicinal plant: A review of Its Traditional Uses, Phytochemistry and. Capparis decidua (Forsk.) is belonging to family Capparidaceae, yet important medicinal plant of Indian Medicinal Plants. In the traditional.
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The pink fleshy berries are readily eaten by birds.
Wonderful pictureswrite up and the pdf too. This is Capparis decidua. Capparis decidua From Panipat Refinery Area. Flower for id pl. Capparaceae -Cleomaceae fortnight From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Had clicked these pictures on the 3rd of August, while wayfaring through Suvai, East Decisua. Indiantreepix Database – indiantreepix Google Groups.
Books on Indian Flora. Capparis decidua At Lothal, Gujrat 22March, It coppices well and produces root suckers freely. Capparaceae and Cleomaceae Fortnight: Views Read Edit View history.
In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. For the village in India, see Kair, Delhi. Retrieved from ” https: Flora of Eastern Ghats: It is called Capparis decidua [not desidua].
Names of Plants in India site. A leafless, spinous shrub with red or scarlet cappsris, fruit a berrymuch relished as a pickle, dark red when ripe. Threatened Taxa of Telangana State.
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Sam sand dunes, Jaisalmer:: It is a wonderful pickle indeed. Sharing some pictures of a Kair tree [ Capparis decidua ] from East Kachchh. The plant can afford this behaviour because of its ability to draw moisture from deeper soil layers. Capparis decidua from Refinery Road Area Panipat: Usually, it is very common as a spiny bush in the dry region of Vagad, East Kachchh. Kaul, Director, Forestry Research, F. Capparis decidua from Kachchh: This one was shot today morning from Panipat.
It is all sticks. This page was last edited on 14 Decemberat But had never seen the flowers, everytime a capparis has been submitted here I have yearned to see the Kerda nu jaad. This plant does not have leaves. Friut and Vegetable Week- Capparis decidua from Panipat: Karir I am quite relieved to know this is a common plant and found over a vast habitat from Africa to Rajasthan.
As the name suggests you will not find leaves. By producing flowers about months before the rainy season the species ensures that the seeds are already in the ground when the rainy season begins. The new flush of leaves appears in November—January.
Capparis decidua – efloraofindia
Had posted some pictures from Kachchh a few months back. Nepti This is Capparis aphylla as identified by Some of my photographs are available at this link. It is a small much branched tree or shrub of arid regions in Africa, Middle East and southern Asia, including the Thar desertears a mass of slender, leafless branches, the small caducous leaves being deckdua only on young shoots. It is extremely drought-resistant and tolerates some frost.