Pareek OP. It is browsed by livestock and its leaves are nutritious fodder for sheep and goats (Ecocrop, 2013; Orwa et al., 2009; Nair, 1993). 24 Indian jujube branch habit Fig. The leaves are simple, alternate, ovate, and 2-9 cm long with 3 conspicuous longitudinal veins. Tree leaves as cattle fodder. Palatability. Sama Venkatesh, Swamy M.M., Vijayalakshmi S., Reddy Y.S.R., SureshB. But the studies are limited in scope and they tend to provide wide-ranging and scattered data about the potential uses of Ziziphus. Vét. Anim. 1st Asia Dairy Goat, Kuala Lumpur: 88-90, Khanum, S. A. ; Yaqoob, T. ; Sadaf, S. ; Hussain, M. ; Jabbar, M. A. ; Hussain, H. N. ; Kausar, R. ; Rehman, S., 2007. (common jujube). Productivity enhancement of salt-affected environments through crop diversification. Apply to the injured skin after the woundis cleaned with clean water. 2. Indian jujube leaves are rich in protein and are, therefore, a valuable source of protein for animal feeding (Arndt et al., 2001; Ngwa et al., 2000). Very recently anti-obesity effect of Ziziphus jujusba leaf extract has been indicated in rats fed on high fat diet23. Fruits and bark are used to make dye and medicinal preparations (Ecocrop, 2013; Orwa et al., 2009). and Z. mauritiana Lam., as a widespread species in Tunisia, are well known for their medicinal and food uses. In India, the ripe fruits are mostly consumed raw, but are sometimes stewed. The trunk is around 40 cm in diameter, covered with a dark grey or dull black, irregularly fissured bark (Orwa et al., 2009). Chemical composition and nutritive value of browse in tropical West Africa. Water Soluble Ash: The ash obtained as described in the determination of total ash was boiled for 5 minutes with 25 ml of water. Analysis of the chemicals constituents on a dry weight basis indicates the leaves contain 15.4% crude protein, 15.8% crude fibre, 6.7% total minerals, and 16.8% starch. Evaluation of some tree species for leaf fodder in Tamil Nadu. Bark dark grey or dull black, irregularly fissured. Anim. The mixture was kept in a dark … The leaves are simple, shining green above and whitish tomentose beneath, commonly sub-orbicular to ovate-oblong, rounded at both ends, highly variable in shape and size 6. Ber and other jujubes. Ziziphus mauritiana is a spiny, evergreen shrub or small tree up to 15 m high, with trunk 40 cm or more in diameter; spreading crown; stipular spines and many drooping branches. Acid Insoluble Ash: The ash obtained as described above was boiled with 25 ml of 2N HCl for five minutes. Ziziphus Mauritiana - Die ausgezeichnetesten Ziziphus Mauritiana auf einen Blick Meinungen von Konsumenten über Ziziphus Mauritiana. Inflorescence axillary cymes, tomentose. Spatula DD, 2 (2): 107-116, Grice, A. C., 1998. Centre Technique Forestier Tropical, Institut d'Elevage et de Medecine Vétérinaire des Pays Tropicaux, 213 pp. Evaluating forest and fruit trees for rehabilitation of semiarid alkali-sodic soils in India. Land Degradation & Development, 19 (4): 429-453, Ram, C. ; Ray, S. C., 1943. Res. Rhamnus jujuba L., Ziziphus jujuba (L.) Gaertn. They are borne on 1-2 cm long axillary cymes (US Forest Service, 2013; Latiff, 1991). Ziziphus is a genus of about 40 species of spiny shrubs and small trees in the buckthorn family, Rhamnaceae, distributed in the warm-temperate and subtropical regions throughout the world. B. ; Sultan, J. I. ; Javaid, A. ; Akhtar, P. ; Shahid, M., 2011. hysudrica, which is wild or cultivated with large fruit, and var. Amanullah et al., 2006; Barbind et al., 1994; Blair Ralns, 1963; Cheema et al., 2011; CIRAD, 1991; Daovy Kongmanila et al., 2009; Das et al., 1996; FUSAGx/CRAW, 2009; Hussain, 2009; Inam-Ur-Rahim et al., 2011; Kavita Sharma et al., 2006; Khanum et al., 2007; Mlay et al., 2006; Ram et al., 1943; Sangaré et al., 2003; Singh et al., 2005, Heuzé V., Tran G., Boval M., Lebas F., 2019. Pisha E., Chai H., Lee I., Chagwedera T., Farnsworth N., Cordell G., Beecher C., Fong H., Kinghorn A., and Brown D., Discovery of betulinic acid as a selective inhibitor of human melanoma that functions by induction of apoptosis. It is becoming increasingly important for its wide adaptation, easy management, early fruit bearing, value as a food and feed, and multiple uses (Liu et al., 2014). Ziziphus mauritiana is small to medium sized spiny tree. Total Ash: About 3 g of powdered leaves was accurately weighed and taken in a silica crucible, which was previously ignited and weighed. TABLE 2: PHYTOCHEMICAL TESTS OF THE SUCCESSIVE EXTRACTS OF ZIZIPHUS MAURITIANA LEAVES, TABLE 3: FLUORESCENCE CHARACTERS OF THE ZIZIPHUS MAURITIANA LEAVES EXTRACT, TABLE 4: FLUORESCENCE CHARACTERS OF THE ZIZIPHUS MAURITIANA LEAVES POWDER. Cited By: Small Rumin. Patel BH, Upadhyay VR, Muralidharan CM, Judal GS, Effect of various insecticides on honey bee, Devi KR, Atluri JB, Reddi CS,Pollination ecology of. Technol., 144 (3/4): 335-343, Haenlein, G. F. W.; Ramirez, R. G., 2007. FAO, Rome, Italy, Habib, G.; Saleem, M.; Hameed, A., 2013. Chinese jujube and Indian jujube are widely cultivated with a total growing area of over 2 million hectares with an annual production of over 6 million t of fruit. Présentation de Ziziphus mauritiana : noms scientifiques et vernaculaires, statut de protection (listes rouges, réglementations), statut biologique en France Métropolitaine, données historiques et … Leaves. Fig. New shoots can grow with onset of the rains (Azam-Ali et al., 2006). Selective behaviour of goats offered different tropical foliages. (1949); 38, 324. Ziziphus lotus L. Chemical composition, mineral profile and, Dagar, J. C.; Singh, G.; Singh, N. T., 2001. Méd. 3rd Int. The leaves also possess immunostimulant and cardiovascular properties. Feed selection and dietary preferences of forage by small ruminants grazing natural pastures in the Sahelian zone of Cameroon. The procedure was repeated to get a constant weight 18. The leaves are alternate, entire, with three prominent basal veins, and 2–7 cm (0.79–2.76 in) long; some species are deciduous, others evergreen. is a shrub or small tree of the dry tropical and subtropical regions that is browsed by livestock. 1, 69 p. Cheema, U. Indian jujube is found from sea level up to an altitude of 1600 m in India, though it is mostly cultivated under 1000 m. It grows where annual rainfall ranges from 150 mm to 4000 mm. 26 Habits of wild Z. mauritiana from Bekol savanna, Baluran Nat. Selbstverständlich ist jeder Ziziphus ziziphus rund um die Uhr auf Amazon.de verfügbar und kann somit sofort geliefert werden. The branches are numerous and drooping. Mineral status of goats in relation to common tree leaves fed in the Akola district. Ziziphus species have relatively high mineral contents, which may alleviate deficiencies during periods of scarcity (Haenlein et al., 2007). A neo lignin isolated from Ziziphus mauritiana leaves found to increase the release of endogenous prostaglandin I2 (the most potent natural inhibitor of platelet aggregation and a powerful vasodilator) from the rat aorta 22. Indian jujube can be used for coastal dune sand fixation (Orwa et al., 2009; Azam-Ali et al., 2006). It also contains Triterpenoids and Phenolic compounds 10, 11. Ziziphus Jujuba of the Middle East: Source .Jujube (Ziziphus jujuba) is a Agric., 29 (1): 97-103, Goyal, M.; Nagori, B. P.; Sasmal, D., 2012. Review on ethnomedicinal uses, pharmacological activity and phytochemical constituents of Ziziphus mauritiana (Z. jujuba Lam., non Mill). It was shown that only relatively low levels of about 10 to 20% (DM basis) of Indian jujube could be included in the diets of growing sheep without impairing animal performance (Abdu et al., 2012). A spacing of 5-6 m or 8-9 m is often used (Latiff, 1991). Fruits need hot, sunny and dry conditions but moisture is necessary to support growth and flowering. 28 Z. mauritiana Lam. J. New Delhi, India: Oxford & IBH Publishing (1993). Ziziphus mauritiana belongs to the family Rhamnaceae and is generally propagated by seeds. The same fluorescence analysis was also determined for the powder of Ziziphus mauritiana leaves with different reagents (table 4). Rur. In: Williams et al. 27 Z. mauritiana, Mount Archer National Park, Rockhampton Fig. Kluwer Academic Publishers in collaboration with International Centre for Research in Agroforestry, Ngwa, A. T. ; Pone, D. K. ; Mafeni, J. M., 2000. Livest. It is a minor source of pollen for bees (Orwa et al., 2009). The flowers are pentamerous, greenish yellow in colour, hairy outside and about 5 mm wide. Indian jujube is a multi-purpose tree mainly grown for its fruits. Protein value of some wild and cultivated tree leaves for ruminant livestock. The insoluble ash was transferred into a silica crucible, ignited and weighed. Indian jujube wood is reddish, fine-textured, hard and durable. Leaves, ovate, broad, dark green and shining from above. Sarhad J. Sontakke, M. Effect of natural browse fodder availability on feeding behaviour of goats. The species has a wide range of morphologies from shrubs to small or medium sized trees which might be erect, semierect or spreading. PHARMACOGNOSTICAL EVALUATIONS OF THE LEAVES OF ZIZIPHUS MAURITIANA, M. K. Gupta 1,A. J. Methods: Placebo (base) without any plant extract and formulation with 4 % Ziziphus mauritiana extract were prepared by mixing. Indian jujube grafted on Ziziphus nummularia can be grown on saline soils (Ecocrop, 2013). Ziziphus mauritiana showed significant anti-inflammatory, cytoprotective, anti-allergic and antiulcer activity. Leaves of Ziziphus mauritiana (Fig 1.) Preference indices for Indian jujube fruits increase after the rainy season when fruit production is higher. Prevention of infection Health benefits of Ziziphus mauritiana has ananti-inflammatory composition, so it is very good at treating external woundsdue to falls or injuries. It is only commercially important in India and China (Orwa et al., 2009). It has a deep taproot (Morton, 1987). Its leaves have green upper surfaces and whitish or rusty lower surfaces and its relatively large fruit (20-50 mm across) turn yellowish, orange or reddish-brown in colour when ripe. According to Luna (1996), two varieties are recognized in India: var. Sci., 78 (11): 1273-1277, Khan, N. A.; Habib, G.; Ullah, G., 2009. The weight of insoluble matter was subtracted from the weight of the total ash. (1958); 47,715. is a shrub or small tree of the dry tropical and subtropical regions that is browsed by livestock. Ziziphus mauritiana was first named as Ziziphus jujube in 1789 by Lamarck. Ziziphus ziziphus - Die ausgezeichnetesten Ziziphus ziziphus unter die Lupe genommen. Nutritive evaluation of ber leaves hay vs. berseem hay in goats Ziziphus mauritiana Lam (Rhamnaceae) is traditionally used in the treatment of various ailments. During hot summers, with temperatures up to 49-50°C, the tree may shed its leaves and stop growing. H. N. Le Houérou (ed. The leaves are alternate and elliptic. Um ohne Zweifel davon ausgehen zu können, dass die Auswirkung von Ziziphus Mauritiana auch in Wirklichkeit stark ist, empfiehlt es sich ein Auge auf Erfahrungen aus Foren und Resümees von Anderen zu werfen.Studien können nur selten als Hilfe … India, (1989), 227 pp. Ziziphus mauritianaleaves contain 13-17% crude protein and 15% fibre, and make an excellent fodder for livestock. The crucible was incinerated gradually by increasing temperature to make it dull red hot until free from carbon. and health, IAEA/FAO : 159-165, Nair, P.K.R., 1993. Phytothérapie, 6: 219-227, Kongmanila, D. ; Preston, T. R. ; Ledin, I., 2008. Nutr., 19 (4): 329-333, Tewatia, B. S.; Panwar, V. S., 2003. Res. The difference of weight was considered as water-soluble ash 17, 18. The stone is single, central, hard, oval or oblate, with a rough surface. Leaves are used in the treatment of diarrhoea, gastric disorder, fever, liver damage and pulmonary disorders. FukuyamaY. Extract of Ziziphus mauritianaleaves also shows characteristic fluorescence analysis in visible and under U.V. Hydroalcoholic extract was achieved according to Nagappan [12] with some modifications. Blair Rains, A., 1963. Srivastava S.K. Deswegen beziehen wir beim Vergleich eine möglichst große Anzahl von Faktoren in das Ergebniss mit ein. The procedure was repeated to get a constant weight. Leaves and thorns. Chemical composition of some tropical foliage species and their intake and digestibility by goats. The powder was spread as a fine, even layer on the bottom of the crucible. In arid areas of Pakistan, Indian jujube is among the preferred plant species by all classes of ruminants (cattle, sheep, goats, camels), and also donkeys, particularly during winter and early spring (Khan et al., 2012a). Avg: average or predicted value; SD: standard deviation; Min: minimum value; Max: maximum value; Nb: number of values (samples) used. Third International Jujube Symposium.  . A. ; Nanglem, N. S. ; Sanou, S., 2005. Type: .. lIsle de France .. Common name . This was especially true for cattle (Piot et al., 1980). K. Bhandari 2 and Ramesh Kumar Singh*2, Kota College of Pharmacy 1, Kota, Rajasthan, India, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Jodhpur National University 2, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India. Amount of fallen fodder components from Acacia raddiana, Balanites aegyptiaca and Ziziphus mauritiana available to ruminants in selected Sahelian pastures. Feed Sci. and Srivastava S.D.Structure of Zizogenin, a new sapogenin from, Gong Cheng, Yanjing Bai, Yuying Zhao, Jing Tao, Yi Liu, Guangzhong Tu, Libin Ma, Ning Liao and Xiaojie Xu. In the Sahelian rangeland of Cameroon, dietary preferences were higher for leaves of Ziziphus species, while pods and blossoms of other species were generally preferred (Ngwa et al., 2000). Park, Indonesia Fig. In cultivated Indian jujube, the spines may be absent (Azam-Ali et al., 2006). Ziziphus mauritiana: Cultivation and use in Kapsiki country, northern Cameroon. 28 Z. mauritiana Lam. The insoluble ash was collected on an ash less filter paper and washed with hot water. Nutritional evaluation of various feedstuffs for livestock production using, Koffi, A.; Traore, F.; Adjoungoua, A. L.; Diafouka, F., 2008. Asian-Aust. The Indian jujube tree hosts lac insects, and is also fodder for the tasar silkworm that makes high-prized silk in India (Orwa et al., 2009). Ziziphus mauritiana L., is a fruit tree well known for its nutritional and medicinal benefits. Chemical composition, rumen degradability, protein utilization and lactation response to selected tree leaves as substitute of cottonseed cake in the diet of dairy goats. based on the original name for that species (Rhamnus ziziphus L.). Also, as Indian jujube leaves are eaten by ruminants, it can be assumed that they are a suitable forage for rabbits. Though Indian jujube is readily eaten by goats, its forage generally has a lower nutritive value than other tree forages (Barbind et al., 2006). Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Jodhpur National University, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India, DOI: , Mizuta K., Nakagawa K., Chin W.J., and Wa X.E.,A new neo-lignan, a prostaglandin I2 inducer from the leaves of. Indian jujube. Proc. It is a good source of carotene, vitamins A and C, and fatty oils (Orwa et al., 2009). MATERIALS AND METHODS: The fresh leaves of Ziziphus mauritianawas collected in Sept., 2010, from Allahabad district (Uttar Pradesh, India) and identified by Dr. D. D. Patra, Scientist, Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, Lucknow, India. Ziziphus mauritiana has antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory & antiulcer properties 12, 13, 14. Tree leaves in the diet of free-ranging ruminants in three areas of Burkina Faso. Flowers are minute, greenish-white or yellow, hermaphrodite, in sessile or shortly peduncled auxiliary cymes, and are insect pollinated with an acrid smell 3, 4, 5. Behaviour of goats, sheep and cattle and their selection of browse species on natural pasture in a Sahelian area. The present work deals to summarize the Pharmacognostical studies like  ash value, extractive value, moisture content, volatile matters, crude fibers, phytochemical test, fluorescence analysis and micro chemical test. fruiticosa, which is a small shrub in the sub-Himalayan tract, with small fruit. Rural Dev., 17 (12): 147, Sanon, H. O.; Kaboré-Zoungrana, C.; Ledin, I., 2007. Indian Council of Medical Research, Special Report Series No. Arid Env., 95: 55-64. Performance of fruit species in saline-waterlogged soils. It can be used in rural house construction, posts and tool manufacturing. 2Department of Science Laboratory Technology, The Federal Polytechnic, Bida, Niger State, Nigeria. Mineral composition of local tree leaves for feeding sheep and goats in Kohat district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The experimental works were conducted at Phytochemical Research Laboratory, Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Faculty of Pharmacy, University. Rabbits have been used as test animals to study the pharmacological activities of leaves and root extracts from Indian jujube, including their antidiarrhoeal, antihyperglycemic or hypotension effects (Diallo et al., 2004; Dahiru et al., 2006; Koffi et al., 2008; Goyal et al., 2012). Redwood Books, Wiltshire, (2001), 38, 15, 20, 34, 45, 52–58. Dev., 24 (11): 205, Tewatia, B. S.; Khirwar, S. S., 2002.  . Sci., 75 (1): 77-80, Diallo, D.; Sanogo, R.; Yasambou, H.; Traoré, A.; Coulibaly, K.; Maïga, A., 2004. According to Luna (1996), two varieties are recognized in India: var. Bark dark grey or dull black, irregularly fissured. Commercially it is cultivated in China & India. Ecocrop database. Kokoshi C.J., Kokoshi R.J. and Sharma P.J., J. American Pharm. Microchemical test with different chemicals and acids was also determined in ordinary light (table 5). Leaves. The results are shown in Table 5. Livest. Recent assessment of the use of browse species by cattle and small ruminants in Burkina Faso showed that Indian jujube, together with Balanites aegyptiaca and Acacia spp. Inventory and phenology). Since Indian jujube is included in the list of traditional Indian plants used for human contraception, the use of the plant for feeding breeding rabbits may deserve special attention (Goyal et al., 2012). Chinee apple (Ziziphus mauritiana) is a large shrub or small tree (growing up to 10 m tall) with alternately arranged leaves. Digestibility coefficient and nutritive value of some tree leaves. INTRODUCTION:Herbal medicines are the staple of medical treatment in many developing countries. Indian jujube (Ziziphus mauritiana). The leaves and twigs of most Ziziphus species, including Ziziphus mauritiana, can be used as nutritious fodder for livestock. Small Rumin. C. R. Chimie, 7 (10-11), Ecocrop, 2013. A review of work on Indian medicinal plants. Indian jujube can be grown in semi-arid and arid regions as it thrives under very dry conditions. Occasionally grows into a small tree but usually flowers and fruits as a shrub. Physical parameter of Ziziphus mauritiana leaves powder like ash value, moisture content, and crude fibers also shown (table 1). The upper surface of the leaves is dark glossy green and the lower one is densely hairy (Latiff, 1991; Morton, 1987). Feed Sci. ), ILCA, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 261-289, Liu, M; Yan, G., 2014. The alcoholic and aqueous extract of Ziziphus mauritiana leave shows hepatoprotective, antioxidant and other important pharmacological activities. The twigs and leaves of Ziziphus mauritiana were collected from Selangor. ABSTRACT:Ziziphus mauritiana belongs to family Rhamnaceae and commonly known as Indian jujube or ber. The root of Ber tree or Ziziphus Mauritiana helps in hair growth. Sci., 2 (6): 552-553, Arndt, S. K.;Wanek, W.; Clifford, S. C.; Popp, M., 2000. The leaves of Ber tree are used to treat Typhoid in children and inducing sweating to reduce fever. It can be processed into flour meal, paste, juice, syrup or an alcoholic beverage (Latiff, 1991). J. Anim. Once the fruits have been harvested, the trees must be pruned so that new fruits are produced on the next year shoots. Ziziphus mauritiana (Rhamnaceae), commonly known as Indian jujube, is a pharmacologically diverse medicinal plant. Utilization of ber ( Ziziphus mauritiana Lam.) Several cultivars have been selected among the seedling populations for their superior fruit quality. Effect of varying levels of zizyphus (, Amanullah, M. M.; Somasundaram, E.; Alagesan, A.; Vaiyapuri, K.; Pazhanivelan, S.; Sathyamoorthi, K., 2006. Im Ziziphus ziziphus Vergleich sollte der Gewinner … Ziziphus mauritiana leaves were obtained from a local market of Bahawalpur, Pakistan. It contains 20 to 30% sugar, up to 2.5% protein and 12.8% carbohydrates. (Rhamnacées) sur la pression artérielle du lapin. The insoluble ash was transferred into silica crucible, ignited for 15 minutes, and weighed. The fruit is an ovoid drupe, 6 cm x 4 cm in size. The leaves are alternate, entire, with three prominent basal veins, and 2–7 cm (0.79–2.76 in) long; some species are deciduous, others evergreen. Rural Dev., 20 (3): 33, Hebbara, M.; Manjunatha, M. V.; Patil, S. G.; Patil, D. R., 2002. Potential mineral deficiencies on arid rangelands for small ruminants with special reference to Mexico. The powder from the fruit is used for baking and to prepare jam and a traditional loaf. Bois et Forêts des Tropiques, 218: 57- 62, CTFT-CIRAD, ICRAF, Nairobi, Kenya, Dhok, A. P.; Rekhate, D. H.; Wankhade, S. G., 2005. Utilization of beer in livestock production. It was in use around 1000 BCE and is now widely naturalized in the tropics (Africa, Central and South America, and the West Indies), in the Pacific Islands and in the Mediterranean region (Orwa et al., 2009; Morton, 1987). The samples were cleaned, air-dried at room temperature for three weeks and ground into fine powder. ), International Centre for Underutilized Crops, Southampton, UK, Barbind, R. P.; Karanjkar, L. M., 2006. The spines are solitary or borne in pairs at the base of the leaves, 5 to 7 mm long (Latiff, 1991). However, direct experimentation is recommended before extensive use. A potential agroforestry species, this thorny tree can grown to provide windbreaks and living fences. TABLE 1: THE RESULT OF TOTAL ASH, ACID INSOLUBLE ASH, WATER SOLUBLE ASH AND OTHER PHYSICAL PARAMETERS OF ZIZIPHUS MAURITIANA LEAVES. 25 Z. mauritiana in Central Africa where this Asian species is naturalized Fig. Ber and other jujubes. Z. mauritiana (Indian jujube). Res., 67 (1): 64–74, Sanon, H. O.; Sanou, S., 2012. Zizyphus is a shrub or small tree. (Morton, 1987). In: Odongo, N. E.; Garcia, M.; Viljoen, G. J. It contains 2 elliptic, brown seeds, 6 mm long (Morton, 1987). In Australia, Indian jujube may become a weed as it is spread by cattle. B. I. Inventaire et phénologie. The crucible was cooled and weighed. They are also used in the treatment of cancer and cardiovascular disorder 15, 16. Feed Sci. Evaluation of tree leaves as a crude protein and energy supplement to the low quality diets of dairy goats. The aim of the current study was to investigate the chemical composition as well as biological (antioxidant, antimicrobial, antitumor and anticancer) attributes of different solvent extracts from the leaves of Ziziphus mauritiana. Approximately 30 million farmers rely on jujube production for their livelihood (Liu et al., 2014). Ecology in the management of Indian jujube (, Habib, G.; Raza, M.; Saleem, M., 2008. The powder was extracted with different solvents ranging from non-polar to polar solvents. How to use it ointment for external wounds, leavesbidara leaves and add a little water. Aust. Sci., 15 (1): 94-98, Khan, M. J.; Drochner, W.; Steingass, H.; Islam, K. M. S., 2008. In: Abdullah et al. Res. Evaluation of Leucaena leucocephala and Ziziphus mauritiana as sources of tannins and their interference with nitrogen utilisation in goats The amount of fodder (including leaves and fruits) from Indian jujube available to livestock in Sahelian sandy pastures was only 0.5 kg/ha and 14.8 kg/ha in low lying pastures (Sanon et al., 2005). The effect of supplementation with fresh browse of, Sanon, H. O. ; Nianogo, J. The fruit is eaten raw, pickled or used in beverages. Sci., 22 (6): 803-811, Le Houérou, H. N., 1980. The fruit is edible and can be eaten fresh, dried like dates, candyied, salted or pickled (Ecocrop, 2013; Latiff, 1991). In winter, the shoots and fruit of the trees are an important feed source 7. 26 Habits of wild Z. mauritiana from Bekol savanna, Baluran Nat. Contrasting adaptations to drought stress in field-grown Ziziphus mauritiana and Prunus persica trees: Water relations, osmotic adjustment and carbon isotope composition. Forage Res., 29(3): 129-130, Zampaligré, N.; Dossa, L. H.; Schlecht, E., 2013. A. ; Olatunji, E. A., 2012. Antidiarrhoeal activity of, Depommier, D., 1988. When offered with water spinach ad libitum, Indian jujube increased DM intake, apparent digestibility and N retention compared to water spinach alone (Kongmanila et al., 2009). Ziziphus / ˈ z ɪ z ɪ f ə s / is a genus of about 40 species of spiny shrubs and small trees in the buckthorn family, Rhamnaceae, distributed in the warm-temperate and subtropical regions throughout the world. Elev. Indian J. Anim. ZIZIPHUS MAURITIANA Wolof : Sidem ; Français : Jujube. Young leaves are edible and are cooked as a vegetable in Indonesia. In: Breckle, S-W.; Veste, M.; Wucherer, W. The fruit is used as food and to make medicine. Fruits for the Future 2: Ber, International Centre for Underutilized Crop. and Banappa Nagoor V.S., Anti-inflammatory activity of, Ganachari M.S. Indian J. Anim. 24 Indian jujube branch habit Fig. Ziziphus mauritiana was first named as Ziziphus jujube in 1789 by Lamarck. The aim of the present study is to identify the major compounds of the methanol extract of the leaves of Ziziphus mauritiana growing in Ivory Coast. Le jujubier est un arbuste épineux et sarmenteux atteignant 1 à 2m de haut. Noté /5: Achetez Screening of Biological Activities of Ziziphus mauritiana Leaves: Biological Activities of Ziziphus mauritiana de Hamiduzzaman, Md. 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