A plant family of the order Sapindales, subclass Rosidae, class Magnoliopsida. They are resinous trees and shrubs with alternate leaves composed of many leaflets.
The soapberry plant family of the order Sapindales, subclass Rosidae, class Magnoliopsida. Some members contain SAPONINS.
A plant genus of the family BURSERACEAE used medicinally since ancient times. It is a source of salai guggal (the gum resin), boswellic acid (ursane type TRITERPENES), and FRANKINCENSE.
Works about lists of drugs or collections of recipes, formulas, and prescriptions for the compounding of medicinal preparations. Formularies differ from PHARMACOPOEIAS in that they are less complete, lacking full descriptions of the drugs, their formulations, analytic composition, chemical properties, etc. In hospitals, formularies list all drugs commonly stocked in the hospital pharmacy.
A substance, extract, or preparation for diffusing or imparting an agreeable or attractive smell, especially a fluid containing fragrant natural oils extracted from flowers, woods, etc., or similar synthetic oils. (Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)
Economic aspects of the fields of pharmacy and pharmacology as they apply to the development and study of medical economics in rational drug therapy and the impact of pharmaceuticals on the cost of medical care. Pharmaceutical economics also includes the economic considerations of the pharmaceutical care delivery system and in drug prescribing, particularly of cost-benefit values. (From J Res Pharm Econ 1989;1(1); PharmacoEcon 1992;1(1))
That segment of commercial enterprise devoted to the design, development, and manufacture of chemical products for use in the diagnosis and treatment of disease, disability, or other dysfunction, or to improve function.
The religion stemming from the life, teachings, and death of Jesus Christ: the religion that believes in God as the Father Almighty who works redemptively through the Holy Spirit for men's salvation and that affirms Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior who proclaimed to man the gospel of salvation. (From Webster, 3d ed)
Sensitivity or attachment to religious values, or to things of the spirit as opposed to material or worldly interests. (from Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 10th ed, and Oxford English Dictionary, 2nd ed)
The teaching ascribed to Gautama Buddha (ca. 483 B.C.) holding that suffering is inherent in life and that one can escape it into nirvana by mental and moral self-purification. (Webster, 3d ed)
The interrelationship of medicine and religion.
Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
Members of the group of vascular plants which bear flowers. They are differentiated from GYMNOSPERMS by their production of seeds within a closed chamber (OVARY, PLANT). The Angiosperms division is composed of two classes, the monocotyledons (Liliopsida) and dicotyledons (Magnoliopsida). Angiosperms represent approximately 80% of all known living plants.
Analysis of the energy absorbed across a spectrum of x-ray energies/wavelengths to determine the chemical structure and electronic states of the absorbing medium.
The relationships of groups of organisms as reflected by their genetic makeup.
NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE service for health professionals and consumers. It links extensive information from the National Institutes of Health and other reviewed sources of information on specific diseases and conditions.
Enzymes which transfer sulfur atoms to various acceptor molecules. EC 2.8.1.
A plant genus in the family PINACEAE, order Pinales, class Pinopsida, division Coniferophyta. They are coniferous evergreen trees with long, flat, spirally arranged needles that grow directly from the branch.
Rare leukoencephalopathy with infantile-onset accumulation of Rosenthal fibers in the subpial, periventricular, and subependymal zones of the brain. Rosenthal fibers are GLIAL FIBRILLARY ACIDIC PROTEIN aggregates found in ASTROCYTES. Juvenile- and adult-onset types show progressive atrophy of the lower brainstem instead. De novo mutations in the GFAP gene are associated with the disease with propensity for paternal inheritance.
A sac or recess formed by a fold of the peritoneum.
Method in which repeated blood pressure readings are made while the patient undergoes normal daily activities. It allows quantitative analysis of the high blood pressure load over time, can help distinguish between types of HYPERTENSION, and can assess the effectiveness of antihypertensive therapy.
Time period from 1901 through 2000 of the common era.
A plant genus of the family BURSERACEAE which is a source of gugulipid and guggulu extract. Balm of Gilead is a common name more often referring to POPULUS and sometimes to ABIES.
Flammable, amorphous, vegetable products of secretion or disintegration, usually formed in special cavities of plants. They are generally insoluble in water and soluble in alcohol, carbon tetrachloride, ether, or volatile oils. They are fusible and have a conchoidal fracture. They are the oxidation or polymerization products of the terpenes, and are mixtures of aromatic acids and esters. Most are soft and sticky, but harden after exposure to cold. (From Grant & Hackh's Chemical Dictionary, 5th ed & Dorland, 28th ed)
The traditional Hindu system of medicine which is based on customs, beliefs, and practices of the Hindu culture. Ayurveda means "the science of Life": veda - science, ayur - life.
An independent state in eastern Africa. Ethiopia is located in the Horn of Africa and is bordered on the north and northeast by Eritrea, on the east by Djibouti and Somalia, on the south by Kenya, and on the west and southwest by Sudan. Its capital is Addis Ababa.
Unsaturated pregnane derivatives containing two keto groups on side chains or ring structures.
A plant genus of the family FABACEAE. Members contain resins (RESINS, PLANT) and GLUCANS.
Woody, usually tall, perennial higher plants (Angiosperms, Gymnosperms, and some Pterophyta) having usually a main stem and numerous branches.
A plant genus of the family CUPRESSACEAE which should not be confused with other cedar and cypress trees of THUJA or CUPRESSUS genera.
The myrtle plant family of the order Myrtales. It includes several aromatic medicinal plants such as EUCALYPTUS.
The large family of plants characterized by pods. Some are edible and some cause LATHYRISM or FAVISM and other forms of poisoning. Other species yield useful materials like gums from ACACIA and various LECTINS like PHYTOHEMAGGLUTININS from PHASEOLUS. Many of them harbor NITROGEN FIXATION bacteria on their roots. Many but not all species of "beans" belong to this family.
Removal of ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTANTS or contaminants for the general protection of the environment. This is accomplished by various chemical, biological, and bulk movement methods, in conjunction with ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING.

The crystal structure of biatractylolide, an 8,8' (C-C) linked dimeric 12,8-eudesmanolide from the resin of Trattinickia rhoifolia WILLD. (1/18)

A symmetrical dimeric sesquiterpenoid, biatractylolide (1), was isolated from the resin of Trattinickia rhoifolia WILLD. The structure of compound 1 was elucidated by one- and two-dimensional NMR techniques and electron impact-mass spectra (EI-MS) data, and confirmed by X-ray crystallographic analysis.  (+info)

Tannins from Canarium album with potent antioxidant activity. (2/18)

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Colonization processes and the maintenance of genetic diversity: insights from a pioneer rainforest tree, Aucoumea klaineana. (3/18)

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Floral structure of Kirkia (Kirkiaceae) and its position in Sapindales. (4/18)

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Phylogenetic relationship of Marasmius mbalmayoensis sp. nov. to the tropical African Marasmius bekolacongoli complex based on nuc-LSU rDNA sequences. (5/18)

Marasmius mbalmayoensis (Basidiomycotina, Marasmiaceae) growing on decayed leaves of Canarium schweinfurthii in the Mbalmayo Forest Reserve, Cameroon, is described. The species is remarkable due to the large basidiomata with shallow orange yellow umbilicus, long central stipe accompanied by similar long rhizomorphs on thickened basal mycelium and large lacrymiform to sigmoid basidiospores. The coarsely plicate pilei with lilac, violet to dark violaceous tints, and large distant adnate lamellae are reminiscent macroscopically of the tropical African species M. bekolacongoli. The phylogenetic relationship among M. mbalmayoensis and M. bekolacongoli was assessed, extended to other species of sects. Globulares and Sicci based on DNA sequences. Phylogenetic analysis based on nuc-LSU rDNA sequence data of selected Marasmiaceae taxa confirmed the placement of M. mbalmayoensis within the Marasmius spp. and its phylogenetic separation from M. bekolacongoli. Amyloflagellula inflata, which a BLAST analysis closely related to M. mbalmayoensis, clustered in the same clade with M. mbalmayoensis and M. bekolacongoli. The findings also indicated the complexity of M. bekolacongoli.  (+info)

Stilbene glycosides are natural product inhibitors of FGF-2-induced angiogenesis. (6/18)

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Antioxidant capacities of peel, pulp, and seed fractions of Canarium odontophyllum Miq. fruit. (7/18)

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Diversity gradients and phylogeographic patterns in Santiria trimera (Burseraceae), a widespread African tree typical of mature rainforests. (8/18)

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The search for a potential anticancer agent has been a challenge for scientists with regards to existence of side effects and drug resistance. Plant-derived anticancer agents are likely to be more effective in the cancer treatment [19]. In this study, evaluation of cytotoxic and genotoxic effects of extracts from stem bark of C. odontophyllum against human colorectal cancer cell HCT 116 was done and assessment of cytotoxic effect of acetone extract from stem bark of C. odontophyllum against normal colon cell CCD-18co was carried out.. From the MTT assay, acetone extract showed a higher cytotoxic effect compared with methanol extract whereas aqueous extract was not cytotoxic at 24 h of treatment. In the previous study, the same pattern of data was seen by all three extracts but at much higher IC50 values [10]. This may be because of the difference in the range of concentration used. The range of the concentration used in this study was smaller compared to the range of concentration used in the ...
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Dacryodes kingii. kedondong. Throughout Malaya, common, endemic. Small tree or large shrub in lowland and hill Dipterocarp forest. Name from Greek, dakruon, a tear, referring to resin droplets on bark surface. Located NW of Bulatan Plong ...
The members of this family have a strong cultural connection with religion, Christianity and spirituality, like Olibanum and Myrrh. This expresses their quality of devotion. They feel like special people who want to do their best to be seen as special. It makes them pleasing, adapting to the authorities, to higher beings, the angels and God. If they are unappreciated they feel a failure and in the end guilty, as if they have done something wrong or a crime ...
China CAS: 32619-42-4 Oleuropien 40% Herbal Extract, Find details about China Canarium Album Raeusch. P. E., Natural Olive Leaf Extract from CAS: 32619-42-4 Oleuropien 40% Herbal Extract - Shaanxi Sinuote Biotech Co., Ltd.
Question:. Protium, deuterium and tritium are the naturally occurring isotopes of:. Solution:. · Hydrogen has three naturally occurring enzymes: 1H (protium), 2H (deuterium), and 3H (tritium). · Of these, 5H is the most stable, and the least stable isotope is 7H. · Protium, the most common hydrogen isotope, contains one proton and one electron.. Answered By: Harshit Yadav (Gwalior) ...
The biochemical composition of two varieties of African Pear (Dacryodes edulis)-D. e. var. edulis and D. e. var. parvicarpa have been determined using standard methods. Proximate moisture content was higher in D.e. var. parvicarpa (61.40%) than in D. e. var. edulis (46.59%). This difference implies D. e. var. edulis with low moisture content is of quality and is more stable compared D. e. var. parvicarpa. The measured anti-nutrient concentrations in the two varieties of Dacryodes edulis were low and fall within the acceptable levels based on National Agency for Food and Drugs Administration and Control (NAFDAC) in Nigeria and WHO. The concentrations of essential elements in both varieties were high such that phosphorus was 4446.04 mg kg-1 in D. e. var. edulis and 3674.07 mg kg-1 in D. e. var. parvicarpa. Cu concentration of 4.08 mg kg-1 in D. e. var. edulis and 3.66 mg kg-1 in D. e. var. parvicarpa was the lowest among the mineral elements determined. On the other hand, Cd and Pb were completely ...
Elemi (Canarium luzonicum) is a tropical tree native to the Philippines and Moluccas and belongs to the Burseraceae Family. The trees grow up to 30 meters. As new leaves sprout, a white resin, with a strong aroma is exuded on the trunk. Once this dries it hardens and turns yellow and is then harvested to produce the essential oil.. Elemi gum (oleoresin) contains 65 - 75% resinous compounds and 10 - 25% volatile oil. A clear to pale yellow essential oil is steam distilled from the resin and the major components include: Monoterpenes 71.5% (α-phellandrene, β-phellandrene, limonene, terpinolene, pinene, dipentene, myrcene); Alcohols 15.2% (elemol, terpineol, carvone); Phenols 3.8%( methyl eugenol, elemicin; Oxides 0.25% (1,8-cineole) with a trace of the Sesquiterpene, elemenes.. Elemi resinoid and elemi oil are used as fixatives and fragrance components in soaps, detergents, creams, lotions and perfumes with a maximum use level in perfumes of 0.6%.. It has analgesic, antiseptic, expectorant, ...
TONIATO, MARIA TERESA ZUGLIANI; LEITAO FILHO, HERMÓGENES DE FREITAS and RODRIGUES, RICARDO RIBEIRO. Fitossociologia de um remanescente de floresta higrófila (mata de brejo) em Campinas, SP. Rev. bras. Bot. [online]. 1998, vol.21, n.2, pp.197-210. ISSN 0100-8404. http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S0100-84041998000200012.. Foi realizado um levantamento fitossociológico em dois fragmentos de floresta higrófila (mata de brejo) no município de Campinas, SP. Em cada fragmento foram alocadas 10 parcelas contíguas de 10 m x 10 m e amostrados todos os indivíduos com PAP (perímetro à altura do peito) ³ 10 cm. Os dados dos dois fragmentos foram agrupados e analisados em conjunto. Ao todo foram amostrados 955 indivíduos de 55 espécies, 44 gêneros e 29 famílias. Foi observada baixa diversidade em espécies (H = 2,80 nats/indivíduo). As espécies de maior IVI, em ordem decrescente, foram Calophyllum brasiliensis (Clusiaceae), Protium almecega (Burseraceae), Styrax pohlii (Styracaceae), Syagrus ...
Unabridged Note: Morphological and molecular evidence (Barkman et al., 2004; Blarer et al. 2004, Nickrent et al., 2004; Davis et al., 2007) has established that the traditional broadly circumscribed Rafflesiaceae are polyphyletic, consisting of three or four main lineages belonging to different orders. Rafflesia and related, large-flowered, Old-World, stem and root parasites of Vitaceae are presently considered to be members of the Malpighiales and either sister or basal to members of the Euphorbiaceae. Mitrastema, with two disjunct, medium-flowered species of the Old and New World tropics that are parasitic on the roots of Fagaceae, is now classified in the Mitrastemonaceae in the Ericales. The two genera of Cytinaceae, the neotropical Bdallophytum (two species, root parasites of Burseraceae) and Cytinus (about eight species, root parasites on various host taxa), appear to be related to the Malvales. The phylogenetic placement of Apodanthaceae, with 2 or 3 genera in both the Old and New World ...
A check list of vascular plants consisting of 89 families, 208 genera and 288 species is presented. The study area, called Sierra de Nanchititla, is located in the southwestern region of the State of Mexico, near the borders with Guerrero and Michoacán. The families Asteraceae, Pteridaceae, Burseraceae, Fabaceae, Mimosaceae and Rubiaceae are best represented. Geographical distribution of families and genera is analyzed. The elements of tropical affinity are dominant. Complementary data on phenology of some life forms are provided as well as information about the state of conservation of original vegetation ...
myrrh, n. Etymology: , classical Latin murra, murrha, myrrha an aromatic gum, the tree from which this gum is obtained; in Middle English probably reinforced by Anglo-Norman mirre, mire, mir, merre, murre and Old French, Middle French mirre (late 10th cent. as mirra; French myrrhe). [ . . . ] Ancient Greek μύρρα is probably of Semitic origin, perhaps , Akkadian murru an aromatic used in medicine, ritual, perfumery, and tanning (19th cent. BC) , a Semitic base meaning bitter ( , Hebrew mar bitter). 1. a. A bitter, aromatic gum resin exuded by various Arabian and African trees of the genus Commiphora (family Burseraceae), esp. C. abyssinica and C. myrrha, which was formerly important esp. in perfumery and as an ingredient of incense. Also in Pharmacol.: a tincture made from this, used medicinally as an astringent and expectorant. Freq., esp. in early use, with reference to the gift of myrrh to the infant Jesus. Less often used with reference to other Bible passages, esp. the Song of Solomon ...
Frankincense is a member of the Burseraceae family (a species of plants that exude gums and resins). Much has come to light about this plant/tree since 2005 that is worth knowing. Frankincense has quite a history. It is steeped in spiritual and physical applications. The Egyptians burned it in their temples, used it to expel evil spirits and as part of their embalming process. They, along with the Chinese and East Indians, also used it to enhance their meditation by simple inhalation of the burning incense. During that time frankincense was a major part of the trade market between countries. It was prized by many and highly sought after. Camel caravans made regular journeys through treacherous terrain to take it to other parts of the world. The Queen of Sheba made the journey herself to ensure business with King Solomon. The Syrians and Babylonians would gift it to their Gods. The Romans used it in government ceremonies and medicinal practices and the Egyptians also mixed it with cinnamon to ...
Myrrh (Commiphora myrrha) Plant Family Burseraceae. Synonym Balsamodendrom myrrha Description and Distribution A small tree or shrub growing up to a
Named structures, such as spines and thorns (Grubb, 1992), refer to defences that humans can detect. Most of those that we have looked at (with an EDX elemental probe in a scanning electron microscope) contain silica, including those on Alluaudia procera (Drake) Drake (Didiereaceae), Aloe divaricata A. Berger (Liliaceae), Acacia bellula Drake (Mimosaceae), Pachypodium rutenbergianum Vatke (Apocynaceae), Kalanchoe beharensis Drake (Crassulaceae) and Commiphora simplicifolia H. Perrier (Burseraceae) collected at Beza Mahafaly Reserve in the spiny dry forest of S.W. Madagascar. [probablly refers to hairs] ...
Yes, $\ce{T2O}$ has been prepared and is available in significant quantity. When relatively pure, the energy released by the radioactive decay process is so intense that $\ce{T2O}$ will boil. It must be transported in a shielded, cryogenic dewar.. A significant difference between compounds containing an element bonded to protium, deuterium or tritium is the strength of those 3 bonds. The $\ce{X-H}$ bond will be the weakest and $\ce{X-T}$ bond the stongest. We can compare these bond strengths by measuring the relative rates at which the $\ce{X-H}$, $\ce{X-D}$ and $\ce{X-T}$ bonds are broken in a given isotopically substituted compound. These rate differences reflect what is known as a primary kinetic isotope effect. In carbon systems (X=C) the maximum primary isotope effects are roughly as follows: $$\frac{K_H}{K_D} \sim 6-7$$ $$\frac{K_H}{K_T} \sim 13-14$$ In other words, a $\ce{C-H}$ bond may break as much as 13 times faster than a $\ce{C-T}$ bond.. These same effects will also be seen with ...
The longitudinal vibration technique was examined as a means of predicting ultimate tensile strength and tension modulus of elasticity of finger join-ted tropical African hardwoods using three different finger pro- files. Modulus of elasticity measured using the longitudinal vibration technique (i.e, dynamic MOE) was. significantly correlated to static tension modulus of elasticity (i.e. tension MOE) for 10, 18 and 20 mm long finger profiles studied for Obeche (Triplochiton scleroxylon), Mnkore (Tieghemella heckelii) and Moabi (Baillonella toxisperma). Dynamic MOE was also significantly correlated to tension MOE for the com- bined data for each species, and for the three species. High correlation coefficient of r= 0.89 teas obtained for the regression of the combined data for the three species, and the regression model derived was also highly significant (a , 0.001). Correlation-between dynanmic MOE and ultimate tensile strength was, generally, higher than that between tension MOE and ultimate ...
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Las sapindales son un òrdre de las plantas amb flors. La classificassion filogenetica APG III de 2009 inclutz las sapindales dins lo clad malvids (rosids, dins las Eudicotiledonèas) amb las nòu familhas seguentas:[1][2][3] ...
Gael, Kemal Hiisnii Can Bogart Temel, and Mine Kiirkeiioglu. „The composition of Manila elemi oil. Flavour and fragrance journal 8 (1993): 35-37] „Manila elemi oil, hydrodistilled from Manila elemi gum, was analysed by GC and GC-MS. Thirty-nine compounds constituting together 99.2% of the oil were identified, limonene being the most abundant (56%)… The other main components identified were α-phellandrene (17.6%), elemol (6.3%), sabinene (5.7%), α-terpinolene (2.8%), elemicin (2.4%), and β-phellandrene (2.3%). An interesting feature of this oil is the occurence of phellandrene dimers ...
In the ready biodegradability study performed on the registered substance according to the OECD 301F guideline, a toxicity control has been realised (ibacon Project 108001163, see iuclid study record in section 5.2.1). In this toxicity control containing both, the test item and the reference item sodium benzoate, 36% biodegradation was noted within 14 days. Thus, the degradation was , 25% after 14 days. Therefore, it can be assumed that the test item is not inhibitory to the aerobic activated sludge microorganisms at a concentration of 100 mg/L. Therefore, an ASRIT study is scientifically not necessary. ...
In a Combined Repeated Dose Toxicity Study with the Reproduction / Developmental Toxicity Screening Test conducted according to OECD Guideline 422 and in compliance with GLP, the test item was administered to groups of Crl:CD(SD) rats at dietary concentrations of 1750, 3500 and 7000 ppm. Toxicity phase males were treated for three weeks before pairing up to necropsy after a minimum of six weeks. Toxicity phase females were treated for at least six weeks. Recovery phase males were treated for three weeks before pairing up to necropsy after a minimum of six weeks followed by a minimum 14-day recovery. Recovery phase females were treated for six weeks followed by a minimum 14-day recovery. Reproductive phase females were treated for three weeks before pairing, then throughout pairing and gestation until Day 12 of lactation. Females were allowed to litter and rear their offspring to weaning and were killed on Day 13 of lactation (the treated diet was made available until the morning of necropsy). A ...
Product Name:Olive leafextractLatinName:Canarium album Raeusch.Part of Used: leafActive ingredients: Oleuropein , HydroxytyrosolAppearance: Light Brown yellow to brown-yellow fine powderSpecification: Oleuropein 10%~90% , Hydroxytyrosol 5%~98%
Coeliac disease (CD) development involves genetic (HLA-DQ2/DQ8) and environmental factors. Herein, the influence of the HLA-DQ genotype on the gut colonization process of breast-fed children was determined. A cohort of 20 newborns, with at least one first-degree relative with CD, were classified according to their HLA-DQ genotype into high, intermediate and low genetic risk groups, showing 24-28%, 7-8% and less than 1% probability to develop CD, respectively. Faecal microbiota was analysed at 7 days, 1 and 4 months of childrens age by fluorescence in situ hybridization. When considering all data, Gram-negative bacteria and Bacteroides-Prevotella group proportions were higher (P,0.05) in the high than in the intermediate and low genetic risk groups. E. coli, Streptococcus-Lactococcus, E. rectale-C. coccoides, sulphate-reducing bacteria, C. lituseburense and C. histolyticum group proportions were also significantly higher (P,0.05) in the high than in the low genetic risk group. Correlations ...
Almost all hydrogen in the universe is the normal (hydrogen-1) isotope, with no neutrons in its nucleus. Because the nucleus of hydrogen-1 consists entirely of a single proton, it is sometimes called protium. There are two other hydrogen isotopes: deuterium, which contains 1 neutron, and tritium, which contains 2 neutrons. Normal hydrogen (protium) and deuterium are stable, while tritium is radioactive. Water made with deuterium atoms instead of hydrogen-1 atoms is called heavy water, and is used in some nuclear reactor designs. Interestingly, and for reasons that are not fully understood, heavy water differs greatly in many of its properties from light water, the normal form of water, to the point of being significantly toxic in all but the smallest doses to all but the simplest organisms. Both deuterium and tritium are of interest to researchers in nuclear fusion, since the reaction cross-sections of their nuclei are so high. This is also why theyre used in nearly all modern nuclear ...
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Rapamycin, a natural product inhibitor of the Raptor-mammalian target of rapamycin complex (mTORC1), is known to induce Protein kinase B (Akt/PKB) Ser-473 phosphorylation in a subset of human cancer cell lines through inactivation of S6K1, stabilization of insulin receptor substrate (IRS)-1, and inc …
Java almond definition is - a large East Indian tree (Canarium commune) that has large unequally pinnate leaves and white flowers in clustered terminal panicles followed by ovoid drupaceous fruits and that is a source of elemi.
Anti-inflammatory effects of methanol extract of Canarium lyi C.D.Dai & Yakovlev in RAW 264.7 macrophages and a murine model of lipopolysaccharide-induced lung injury / Ju Mi Hong; Ok-Kyoung Kwon; In Sik Shin; Chan Mi Jeon; Na Rae Shin; Joongku Lee; Sang-Hong Park; T Bach; D V Hai; Sei-Ryang Oh; S B Han; Kyung Seop Ahn , 2015 ...
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Tritium, (symbol T, 3H or H-3 also known as hydrogen-3) is a radioactive isotope of hydrogen. The nucleus of tritium (sometimes called a triton) contains one proton and two neutrons, whereas the nucleus of protium (by far the most abundant hydrogen isotope) contains one proton and no neutrons. Naturally occurring tritium is extremely rare on Earth, where trace amounts are formed by …. Read More » ...
trit·i·um noun /ˈtridēəm/ a radioactive isotope of hydrogen with a mass approximately three times that of the common protium isotope. #LetsGetWordy #dailyGFXdef #tritium
We aimed to determine a detailed regional ventricular distribution pattern of the novel cardiac nerve PET radiotracer \(^{18}\)F-LMI1195 in healthy rabbits. Ex-vivo high resolution autoradiographic imaging was conducted to identify accurate ventricular distribution of \(^{18}\)F-LMI1195. In healthy rabbits, \(^{18}\)F-LMI1195 was administered followed by the reference perfusion marker \(^{201}\)Tl for a dual-radiotracer analysis. After 20 min of \(^{18}\)F-LMI1195 distribution time, the rabbits were euthanized, the hearts were extracted, frozen, and cut into 20-μm short axis slices. Subsequently, the short axis sections were exposed to a phosphor imaging plate to determine \(^{18}\)F-LMI1195 distribution (exposure for 3 h). After complete \(^{18}\)F decay, sections were re-exposed to determine 201Tl distribution (exposure for 7 days). For quantitative analysis, segmental regions of Interest (ROIs) were divided into four left ventricular (LV) and a right ventricular (RV) segment on ...
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Other articles where Commiphora opobalsamum is discussed: Sapindales: Burseraceae: C. opobalsamum furnishes balm of Gilead. All grow naturally or are cultivated in arid areas, from Ethiopia to India, with other species that produce resins. They are also used in incense and perfumes. Resin collecting is an important part of the economy in Ethiopia and…
The in vitro anthelmintic evaluation of the crude extracts and solvent partitions on Pheretima posthuma and Ascarissuum (eggs and L2 stage) respectively showed significant results at the same concentration (10, 20, 40 and 80 mg/ml). This study provides a clear evidence for usage of Mucuna pruriens and Canarium schweinfurthii as an anthelmintic. The most potent ovicidal partition of C. schweinfurthii (Engl) leaves and bark and leaves of M. pruriens (DC) is hexane (100.00 ± 0.33), chloroform (98.20 ± 0.12) and chloroform (98.70 ± 0.88) partitioned crude respectively at 80 mg/ml while the most potent larvicidal partition is hexane (0.06%), chloroform (0.1%) and chloroform (0.2%). The active compounds are predominantly in the non-polar solvent which supports the tegumental diffusing activity of the compounds.
Balsam of St. Thome. Pan Olaeo. Belam Pu. A balsam obtained from Santiriopsis balsamifera (Oliv.) Engl. (Fam. Burseraceae). It is a resinous juice obtained by incisions in the trunk of the tree. It is used as a vulnerary and in diseases of the bladder and bronchi. (Ap. Ztg., 1898.). ...
Frankincense oil is prepared from the gum resins which has hardened, and is obtained by tapping the Boswellia Serrata tree. In case youve never seen this tree, it is a small shrubby tree with white flowers and comes from the family of Burseraceae. It is the incisions in the bark that produce a milky white resin that hardens into orange brown. These hardened resin are steam-distilled, and the essential oil is derived. As far as its geographical locations, you can find this tree in Ethiopia, India, Somalia, Yemen… clearly a tree that can grow with very little soil in dry and desolate conditions. ...
Background and objectives:Gamma-irradiation is used vastly for both decontamination and sterilization of natural products; but these high-energy rays can affect heat-sensitive essential oils. Methods: The oleo-gum-resin of Boswellia carterii (Burseraceae) was sterilized by γ-irradiation at dose 30 KGy. The essential oils obtained by hydrodistillation of non-irradiated Boswellia (NIB) and irradiated Boswellia (IB) were analyzed by GC/MS and the changes were compared. The structure of octyl acetate as the major component and marker of B. carterii was confirmed by MS/MS. Results: Twenty-five compounds comprising 99.55% of NIB oil and nineteen compounds comprising 98.61% of IB oil were identified. Major constituents which were common for both oils were octyl acetate (52.67 % in NIB, 76.51 % in IB), 1-octanol (6.37 % in NIB, 5.19 % in IB), duva-4, 8, 13-triene-1,3α diol (5.52 % in NIB, 3.94 % in IB), verticiol (13.63 % in NIB) and verticillane type diterpene (5.4 % in IB) they made up 78.19% and 91.04% of
Lets Talk Frankincense (Boswellia carteri) Family: Burseraceae Source: Oleo-gum-resin from the trunks and limbs of the tree. Note that Myrrh is also a gum resin from a desert tree of the same family-Burseraceae-as was the Balm of Gilead. Plant Origin: Somalia/Yemen Chemistry: Monoterpenes-82%, Alpha-Pinene 30-65%, Limonene 8-20%, Sesquiterpenes-8%, Sabinene 1-8%, Myrcene 1-14%, Beta-Caryphyllene 1-5%, Alcohols-4%,…
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Rutaceae are recognisable because of their often opposite, compound and punctate leaves; their cymose inflorescences; their flowers, with the stamens often arranged in a ring, thick filaments, conspicuous disc at the base of the ovary, and expanded stigma, are quite distinctive. Although the fruits are variable, many have a glandular-punctate pericarp, or they may be dry, more or less deeply lobed, and quite often with black and shiny seeds. Evolution: Divergence & Distribution. For the early Caenozoic fossil history of what are now East Asian endemic Rutaceae, see Manchester et al. (2009); Gregor (1989) discussed Caenozoic fossil seeds. For other dates of diversification within Rutaceae, especially Aurantieae, see Pfeil and Crisp (2008; c.f. in part Muellner et al. 2007) and Appelhans et al. (2018a).. Rutaceae are relatively young, and distributions are unlikely to be much affected by continental drift (but c.f. Kubitzki et al. 2011; Hartley 2001a, 2001b; Ladiges & Cantrill 2007). Appelhans et ...
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The results of experiments on superpermeation of hydrogen isotopes through cylindrical niobium membrane are presented. As the experiment has shown, membrane pumping rate is inversely proportional to square root of isotope mass and amount to 2.5 l/cm2s for protium, 1.8 l/cm2s for deuterium and 1.5 l/cm2s for tritium. The possibility of effective pumping, separation of hydrogen isotopes from helium and residual gas, compression and recuperation of hydrogen isotopes by means of superpermeable membrane was demonstrated. It follows from results that the separation of D/T from He with employment of the techniques of superpermeable membranes might reduce the total amount of tritium in fuel cycle and substantially enhance the resource of cryogenic pumps evacuating helium.. ...
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Burseraceae. In: Polhill, R.M. (Ed.), Flora of Tropical East Africa. A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam. Pp. 1-95. De Nova, A. et al. 2011 ... Burseraceae. Families and genera of vascular plants. 10:76-104. Weeks, A. and Simpson, B.B. 2007. Molecular phylogenetic ... The phylogenetic history and biogeography of the frankincense and myrrh family (Burseraceae) based on nuclear and chloroplast ... Flora of Pakistan: Commiphora Biblical Burseraceae[permanent dead link]. ...
Burseraceae (0.81%); Apocynaceae (0.67%); Monimiaceae (0.23%); Piperaceae (0.22%); Melastomaceae (0.18%); Humiriaceae (0.13%) ...
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Burseraceae Kunth, nom. cons. Anacardiaceae R.Br., nom. cons. Sapindaceae Juss., nom. cons. (including Xanthocerataceae Buerki ...
in Guillem". Anacardiaceae and Burseraceae. National Science Foundation (NSF). Archived from the original on 4 January 2015. ...
Lepidobotryaceae order 7. Coriariales family 1. Coriariaceae order 8. Burserales family 1. Burseraceae family 2. Anacardiaceae ...
Familia Burseraceae. 3: 1-46. In J. Rzedowski & G. Calderón de Rzedowski (eds.) Flora del Bajío y Regiones Adyacentes. ...
... is a fruit-bearing tree of the genus Canarium in the family Burseraceae. It is a native of Borneo, where ... "Burseraceae - Canarium odontophyllum (Miq.)". International Plant Names Index. Retrieved 30 March 2014. CS1 maint: discouraged ...
Part I (Acanthaceae - Burseraceae). National Science Council of Sri Lanka, Colombo.. ...
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CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) Leenhouts, P. W.; Kalkman, C.; Lam, H. J. (March 1956). "Canarium (Burseraceae)" ( ...
... is a genus of about 100 species of tropical and subtropical trees, in the family Burseraceae. They grow naturally ... Missing or empty ,title= (help) Leenhouts, P. W.; Kalkman, C.; Lam, H. J. (March 1956). "Canarium (Burseraceae)" (Digitised, ... Burseraceae)". PLOS ONE. 13 (6): e0198882. Bibcode:2018PLoSO..1398882F. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0198882. PMC 6003679. PMID ...
A revision of Haplolobus (Burseraceae). 28 pp. 1976. The genus Canarium in the Pacific. Volumen 216 de Bernice P. Bishop Museum ... Burseraceae: Haplolobus leenhoutsii Kochummen Loganiaceae: Geniostoma leenhoutsii B.J.Conn Loganiaceae: Strychnos leenhoutsii ... A monograph of the genus Canarium (Burseraceae). Edición reimpresa de Ijdo, 475 pp. 1965. Systematisch-morphologische Studien ...
Protium is a genus of more than 140 species of flowering plants in the family Burseraceae. It is native to the Neotropics ( ... Studies in neotropical Burseraceae XXVI". Brittonia. 70 (4): 427-444. doi:10.1007/s12228-018-9537-1. S2CID 52123286. Delcio ... Douglas Charles de Burgh Daly; Paul Van Antwerp Fine; María Cristina Martínez-Habibe (January-March 2012). "Burseraceae: a ... Douglas C. Daly (2018). "Notes on the Burseraceae in central Amazonia, including four new taxa. ...
... is a species of plant in the Burseraceae family. It is endemic to Jamaica, and listed as critically ... Studies in Neotropical Burseraceae VII". Brittonia. 45 (3): 240-6. doi:10.2307/2807109. JSTOR 2807109. S2CID 33934407. Jamaica ...
Studies in neotropical Burseraceae - III". Kew Bulletin. 45 (1): 179-194. doi:10.2307/4114446. ISSN 0075-5974. JSTOR 4114446. ...
Gillett, Jan Bevington (1991). Flora of Tropical East Africa: Burseraceae. Boca Raton, FL, US: CRC Press. p. 81. ISBN 978-90- ...
... is a forest tree species, of the plant family Burseraceae, growing naturally in New Guinea, the Moluccas, ... Leenhouts, P. W.; Kalkman, C.; Lam, H. J. (March 1956). "Canarium acutifolium (DC.) Merr.". Burseraceae (Digitised, online, via ...
... is a species of trees, native to Australia and Papua New Guinea, of the plant family Burseraceae. Common ... Burseraceae (Digitised, online, via biodiversitylibrary.org). Flora Malesiana. Series I, Spermatophyta : Flowering Plants. 5. ...
... is a rainforest tree species, of the plant family Burseraceae, growing naturally in Fiji, the Solomon Islands ... Burseraceae (Digitised, online, via biodiversitylibrary.org). Flora Malesiana. Series I, Spermatophyta : Flowering Plants. 5. ...
It is one of approximately 600 species in the family Burseraceae. Pili are native to maritime Southeast Asia, Papua New Guinea ...
... , the Arabian balsam tree, is a shrub species in the genus Commiphora growing in Saudi Arabia, Yemen, southern Oman, Sudan and in southeast Egypt where it may have been introduced.[2] Other common names for the plant include balm of Gilead and Mecca myrrh,[3] but this is due to historical confusion between several plants and the historically important expensive perfumes and drugs obtained from them.[4] True balm of Gilead was very rare, and appears to have been produced from the unrelated tree Pistacia lentiscus.[4] This species also used to include Commiphora foliacea however it was identified and described as a separate species[5] The plant was renowned for the expensive perfume that was thought to be produced from it, as well as for exceptional medicinal properties that were attributed to its sap, wood, bark, and seeds (see balm of Gilead).[6] Commiphora gileadensis is instantly recognisable by the pleasant smell given out when a twig is broken or a leaf crushed.[5] The ...
The tree belongs to the same family (Burseraceae) as frankincense and myrrh. It is widely used in folk medicine for stomach ...
It is the type genus for Burseraceae. The trees are native (often for many species endemic) to the Americas, from the southern ...
"Pseudospondias". Anacardiaceae and Burseraceae molecular systematics and taxonomic research. anacardiaceae.org. Retrieved 29 ...
"Holigarna". Anacardiaceae and Burseraceae molecular systematics and taxonomic research. anacardiaceae.org. Archived from the ...
"Campylopetalum". Anacardiaceae and Burseraceae molecular systematics and taxonomic research. anacardiaceae.org. Archived from ...
"Mosquitoxylum". Anacardiaceae and Burseraceae molecular systematics and taxonomic research. anacardiaceae.org. Retrieved 26 Jul ...
"Cardenasiodendron". Anacardiaceae and Burseraceae molecular systematics and taxonomic research. anacardiaceae.org. Archived ...
... the Rutaceae-Meliaceae-Simaroubaceae clade and the Burseraceae-Anacardiaceae clade. Therefore, the Burseraceae are not the only ... The Burseraceae are also known as the torchwood family, the frankincense and myrrh family, or simply the incense tree family. ... The Burseraceae are a moderate-sized family of 17-19 genera and about 540 species of flowering plants. The actual numbers ... The Burseraceae are characterized by the nonallergenic resin they produce in virtually all plant tissue and the distinctive ...
Burseraceae protium. Doug Daly. Email full-size image and text Burseraceae Protium talmonii dehiscing fruit. Pyrene covered by ... IM/I_BBG/0000/mx/Burseraceae_protium,I_BBG98.jpg. width=324 x height=412 pixels; size=48400 bytes Discover Life , Top Updated: ... identification and distribution of Burseraceae protium image ...
... Name. Synonyms. Balsameaceae. Homonyms. Burseraceae. Common names. burseras in English. Bibliographic References. * ... Burseraceae Dataset GBIF Backbone Taxonomy Rank FAMILY Published in Kunth. In: Ann. Sci. Nat (Paris) 2: 346, nom. cons. (1824 ...
Studies in neotropical Burseraceae IX. Kew Bulletin 54 (1): 129-137.. Daly, D. C. 2002. Burseraceae. In: S. A. Mori, G. Cremers ... The monophyly of the Burseraceae has been repeatedly confirmed. Recently derived phylogenies place the Burseraceae and ... Burseraceae. D. C. Mon. Phan. 4: 1 169.. Fine, P. V. A., D. C. Daly, F. G. Villa M., I. Mesones A., & K. M. Cameron 2005. The ... Burseraceae-Protieae. World Pollen and Spore Flora 20: 1-44.. McVaugh, R. & J. Rzedowski 1965. Synopsis of the genus Bursera L ...
I. Burseraceae. Webbia 12: 375- 441. 1957. Swart, J. J. A monograph of the genus Protium and some allied genera. Rec. Trav. Bot ... Brizicky, G. K. The genera of Simaroubaceae and Burseraceae in the South- eastern United States. Jour. Arnold Arbor. 43: 173- ...
Shrubs or trees with resin or aromatic oil. Leaves alternate, rarely opposite or fascicled, usually pinnately compound or decompound, l-3 (-or more) foliolate, imparipinnate. Flowers in panicles, solitary or sometimes fascicled, bisexual or unisexual (plants then diclino or polygamodioecious), actinomorphic and hypogynous. Calyx 3-6 fid or partite forming a tube, lobes imbricate or valvate. Petals 3-6, free, rarely connate below, imbricate or valvate. Disc annular or cupular, rarely absent, free or adnate to the calyx tube. Stamens in l-2 whorls, as many as or twice the number of petals, free, or rarely connate at the base; anthers usually versatile, dithecous, with longitudinal dehiscence. Carpels 2-5, syncarpous; ovary sessile or stipitate, 2-5-loculed; each locule 2(-1) ovuled; placentation axile; style 1 or absent; stigma 2-5-lobed or undivided. Fruit drupaceous, indehiscent with 2-5 pyrenes or dehiscent. Seeds usually with membranous testa and without endosperm ...
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Keywords: Bursera; burseraceae; germacrene D; monoterpenes; sesquiterpenes Bursera; burseraceae; germacrene D; monoterpenes; ... Germacrene D, A Common Sesquiterpene in the Genus Bursera (Burseraceae). Koji Noge 1,†,* and Judith X. Becerra 2. ... Noge, K.; Becerra, J.X. Germacrene D, A Common Sesquiterpene in the Genus Bursera (Burseraceae). Molecules 2009, 14, 5289-5297 ... "Germacrene D, A Common Sesquiterpene in the Genus Bursera (Burseraceae)." Molecules 14, no. 12: 5289-5297. ...
Burseraceae Kunth). R. Mogana, K. Teng-Jin, and C. Wiart Center for Natural and Medicinal Products Research, School of Pharmacy ... Burseraceae Kunth)," Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, vol. 2013, Article ID 734824, 7 pages, 2013. https ...
Boswellia ovalifoliolata (Burseraceae) essential oil as an eco-friendly larvicide? Toxicity against six mosquito vectors of ... Younoussa L, Nukenine EN, Esimone CO (2016) Toxicity of Boswellia dalzielii (Burseraceae) leaf fractions against immature ...
This dissertation examines the molecular phylogenetics of the Burseraceae (Frankincense & Myrrh Family), a pantropically- ...
BURSERACEAE. (Frankincense family). Members of this family of 500 species of trees and shrubs in 16 genera are to be found in ... The genus Amyris P.Browne has enjoyed a confused taxonomic history, having been classified in both the Burseraceae and in the ... which belongs to the Burseraceae. Thus, Yucatan elemi derived from Amyris plumieri DC. is a product of the family Rutaceae, ...
Here we use a comprehensive sampling of the pantropical sister pair Anacardiaceae and Burseraceae to assess the relative ... Thus, we conclude that both Anacardiaceae and Burseraceae move easily but that Anacardiaceae have adapted more often, either ... However, Anacardiaceae have shifted climatic niches frequently during this time, while Burseraceae have experienced very few ... Anacardiaceae steadily accumulated lineages starting in the Late Cretaceous-Paleocene while the majority of Burseraceae ...
Burseraceae is one of the main Families in the Sapindales in the Apg3 classification.. In the Plant theory Burseraceae is ... 655.43.00 Burseraceae. English: Torchwood family; Frankincense family; Myrrh family; Incense tree family.. Botany: ± 18 genera ...
Pollen morphology and systematics of Burseraceae. Grana, 44: 282-299. * ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Heywood, V.H. 1993. ... Burseraceae: Brief Summary provided by wikipedia EN The Burseraceae are a moderate-sized family of 17-19 genera and about 540 ... the Rutaceae-Meliaceae-Simaroubaceae clade and the Burseraceae-Anacardiaceae clade.[4] Therefore, the Burseraceae are not the ... The Burseraceae are also known as the torchwood family,[2] the frankincense and myrrh family, or simply the incense tree family ...
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Annonaceae , Burseraceae , Calophyllum , Myrtaceae , Óleos Voláteis , Brasil , Humanos , Hidrogênio , Folhas de Planta ... Burseraceae / Myrtaceae / Calophyllum Limite: Humanos País/Região como assunto: América do Sul / Brasil Idioma: Inglês Revista: ... Burseraceae / Myrtaceae / Calophyllum Limite: Humanos País/Região como assunto: América do Sul / Brasil Idioma: Inglês Revista: ...
It is one of approximately 600 species in the family Burseraceae. Pili are native to maritime Southeast Asia, Papua New Guinea ...
Commiphora gileadensis, the Arabian balsam tree, is a shrub species in the genus Commiphora growing in Saudi Arabia, Yemen, southern Oman, Sudan and in southeast Egypt where it may have been introduced.[2] Other common names for the plant include balm of Gilead and Mecca myrrh,[3] but this is due to historical confusion between several plants and the historically important expensive perfumes and drugs obtained from them.[4] True balm of Gilead was very rare, and appears to have been produced from the unrelated tree Pistacia lentiscus.[4] This species also used to include Commiphora foliacea however it was identified and described as a separate species[5] The plant was renowned for the expensive perfume that was thought to be produced from it, as well as for exceptional medicinal properties that were attributed to its sap, wood, bark, and seeds (see balm of Gilead).[6] Commiphora gileadensis is instantly recognisable by the pleasant smell given out when a twig is broken or a leaf crushed.[5] The ...
Development of SEINet, Symbiota, and several of the specimen databases have been supported by National Science Foundation Grants (DBI 9983132, BRC 0237418, DBI 0743827, DBI 0847966 ...
Development of SEINet, Symbiota, and several of the specimen databases have been supported by National Science Foundation Grants (DBI 9983132, BRC 0237418, DBI 0743827, DBI 0847966 ...
Family : Burseraceae 4 reference(s) related to this plant. Reference HA 22 ...
Culioli G, Mathe C, Archier P, Vieillescazes C. A lupane triterpene from frankincense (Boswellia sp., Burseraceae). ...
Burseraceae. Burseraceae. , family of flowering plants in the order Sapindales, composed of about 16 genera of resinous trees ...
Burseraceae. Boswellia dalzielii. wound healing, diarrhea, syphilis, induce vomiting. L, SB, Re. [59]. ... 2. Acanthaceae, Amaryllidaceae, Anacardiaceae, Annonaceae, Apocynaceae, Araceae, Asclepiadaceae, Asteraceae and Burseraceae. ... Burseraceae), a tree of the Savannah forest of Nigeria, is used for the treatment of wound, diarrhoea, syphilis and to induce ...
Burseraceae Kunth. *Kirkiaceae Takht.. *Meliaceae Juss.. *ºNitrariaceae Lindl. (inclui Peganaceae Tiegh. ex Takht., ...
Burseraceae Kunth, nom. cons.. *Kirkiaceae Takht.. *Meliaceae Juss., nom. cons.. *Nitrariaceae Lindl. ...
Burseraceae: C. opobalsamum furnishes balm of Gilead. All grow naturally or are cultivated in arid areas, from Ethiopia to ... In Sapindales: Burseraceae. C. opobalsamum furnishes balm of Gilead. All grow naturally or are cultivated in arid areas, from ...
How to Use Herbal Teas to Decrease Inflammation. Herbs have long been used to treat diseases and promote overall health. Some herbal teas may even help to fight inflammation. To use herbal teas for inflammation, you will need to know what...
Burseraceae. Protium heptaphyllum (Aubl.) Marchand. 282. 90. Cannabaceae. Celtis iguanaea (Jacq.) Sarg.. 30. 60. ...
  • Burseraceae Protium talmonii dehiscing fruit. (discoverlife.org)
  • Antiproliferative activity of essential oils from three plants of the Brazilian Cerrado: Campomanesia adamantium (Myrtaceae), Protium ovatum (Burseraceae) and Cardiopetalum calophyllum (Annonaceae). (bvsalud.org)
  • 45[degrees]W) exhibits dense forest vegetation with numerous tree species including Protium species (Burseraceae), Caryocar villosum (Aubl. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Protium trifoliolatum is a species of tree in the family Burseraceae . (eol.org)
  • Recently derived phylogenies place the Burseraceae and Anacardiaceae as sister clades nested within the Sapindales, sister to the Sapindaceae . (kew.org)
  • Burseraceae is one of the main Families in the Sapindales in the Apg3 classification . (qjure.com)
  • Burseraceae) and other basal Sapindales, i.e. (mobot.org)
  • Tabonuco (Dacryodes excelsa) and gumbo limbo (Bursera simaruba) represent the economic, ethnobotanical, and ecological significance of the Burseraceae in the Western Hemisphere, while frankincense (Boswellia sacra) and myrrh (Commiphora myrrha) represent the same in the Eastern Hemisphere. (wikipedia.org)
  • This is a list of the 19 genera of the Burseraceae with placement in three tribes (and subtribes where applicable): Bursereae Aucoumea Pierre Beiselia Forman Boswellia Colebrooke (frankincense) Bursera L. Commiphora Jacquin (myrrh) Garuga Roxburgh Triomma J. D. Hooker Canarieae Ambilobea Thulin et al. (wikipedia.org)
  • It is now considered to belong to the latter family (Willis 1973), but certain species have been transfered to the genus Commiphora , which belongs to the Burseraceae. (botanical-dermatology-database.info)
  • 2016. A partial taxonomic revision of the Rhynchocarpa clade of Commiphora (Burseraceae) endemic to Madagascar. (gmu.edu)
  • 2016. Phylogenetic reconstruction of the myrrh genus, Commiphora (Burseraceae), reveals multiple radiations in Madagascar and clarifies infrageneric relationships. (gmu.edu)
  • 2015. Microfluidic PCR-based target enrichment: A case study in two rapid radiations of Commiphora (Burseraceae) from Madagascar. (gmu.edu)
  • Developing novel EPIC markers from EST databases and evaluating their phylogenetic utility in Commiphora (Burseraceae). (gmu.edu)
  • Myrrh ( Commiphora molmol, C. abyssinica , or C. myrrha ) is a close relative and member of the Burseraceae family, native to the eastern Mediterranean, Ethiopia , the Arabian peninsula, and Somalia . (encyclopedia.com)
  • Becerra, J.X. Germacrene D, A Common Sesquiterpene in the Genus Bursera (Burseraceae). (mdpi.com)
  • Bursera simaruba, commonly known as gumbo-limbo, copperwood, chaca, West Indian birch, naked Indian and turpentine tree, is a tree species in the family Burseraceae, native to tropical regions of the Americas from South Florida to Mexico and the Caribbean to Brazil, Jinotega and Venezuela. (wikipedia.org)
  • Resinoid of Boswellia Carterii (Burseraceae). (europa.eu)
  • Boswellia ovalifoliolata (Burseraceae) essential oil as an eco-friendly larvicide? (springer.com)
  • The genus Amyris P.Browne has enjoyed a confused taxonomic history, having been classified in both the Burseraceae and in the family Rutaceae. (botanical-dermatology-database.info)
  • Here we use a comprehensive sampling of the pantropical sister pair Anacardiaceae and Burseraceae to assess the relative importance of continental vicariance, long-distance dispersal and niche-conservatism in generating its distinctive pattern of diversity over time. (escholarship.org)
  • Each family has approximately the same number of species and identical stem age, yet Anacardiaceae display a broader range of fruit morphologies and dispersal strategies and include species that can withstand freezing temperatures, whereas Burseraceae do not. (escholarship.org)
  • Anacardiaceae steadily accumulated lineages starting in the Late Cretaceous-Paleocene while the majority of Burseraceae diversification occurred in the Miocene. (escholarship.org)
  • However, Anacardiaceae have shifted climatic niches frequently during this time, while Burseraceae have experienced very few shifts between dry and wet climates and only in the tropics. (escholarship.org)
  • Thus, we conclude that both Anacardiaceae and Burseraceae move easily but that Anacardiaceae have adapted more often, either due to more varied selective pressures or greater intrinsic lability. (escholarship.org)
  • The Burseraceae are also known as the torchwood family, the frankincense and myrrh family, or simply the incense tree family. (wikipedia.org)
  • This dissertation examines the molecular phylogenetics of the Burseraceae (Frankincense & Myrrh Family), a pantropically-distributed family of trees consisting of 18 genera and ca. 700 species. (utexas.edu)
  • The Burseraceae are a moderate-sized family of 17-19 genera and about 540 species of flowering plants. (wikipedia.org)
  • It is one of approximately 600 species in the family Burseraceae . (wikipedia.org)
  • Brizicky, G. K. The genera of Simaroubaceae and Burseraceae in the South- eastern United States. (tropicos.org)
  • In the Plant theory Burseraceae is placed in Subphase 3 . (qjure.com)
  • Virtually all vascularized tissues of Burseraceae contain resin canals. (kew.org)
  • Burseraceae Flora of Zimbabwe website. (eol.org)
  • In fact, the synapomorphy of the Burseraceae is the smooth yet peeling or flaking aromatic bark. (wikipedia.org)
  • The tree belongs to the same family (Burseraceae) as frankincense and myrrh. (scents-of-earth.com)
  • Frankincense, Myrrh, and Sweet Myrrh are part of the plant family Burseraceae. (frankincense.info)
  • Family: Myrrh (Burseraceae) Hardy to Zones 10 to 12, otherwise grown as a potted tree and protected from frost. (griffinproductions.net)
  • 2015. Habitat-specific divergence of procyanidins in Protium subserratum (Burseraceae). (margaretmetz.com)
  • Copal resin is derived from the copal tree Protium copal (Burseraceae). (glorian.org)
  • 1695) Proposal to conserve the name Canarium pimela ( Burseraceae ). (cas.cn)
  • Plate 40 from The flora of South Africa (vol. 2, part 1) featuring Burseraceae & Meliaceae. (sun.ac.za)
  • 2010- ABSTRACT- The tree known as Indian lavender (Bursera delpechiana, Burseraceae) is a source of linalool. (efloraofindia.com)
  • A remedy of Burseraceae Man, 51, asthma, emotional issue He is a lawyer working as an administrative judge. (qjure.com)