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It is a climate of extreme aridity, usually of extreme heat, and of negligible rainfall. (From McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed)Magic: Beliefs and practices concerned with producing desired results through supernatural forces or agents as with the manipulation of fetishes or rituals.Click Chemistry: Organic chemistry methodology that mimics the modular nature of various biosynthetic processes. It uses highly reliable and selective reactions designed to "click" i.e., rapidly join small modular units together in high yield, without offensive byproducts. In combination with COMBINATORIAL CHEMISTRY TECHNIQUES, it is used for the synthesis of new compounds and combinatorial libraries.Nelumbo: A plant genus of the family NELUMBONACEAE. The common name of lotus is also for LOTUS and NYMPHAEA.Curculigo: A plant genus of the family LILIACEAE that contains curculin and cycloartane saponins.

Antioxidant potential of Anogeissus latifolia. (1/18)

Anogeissus latifolia is widely used in the Indian indigenous system of medicine and is reported to contain leucocyanidins and tannoid principles like ellagic acid and its derivatives. In view of its wide use and its chemical composition, this study was aimed at examining the antioxidant activity of the extract of A. latifolia. The extract was studied for total antioxidant capacity, hydrogen-donating ability, nitric oxide, superoxide scavenging activity, hydrogen peroxide decomposition activity along with lipid peroxidation. Integral antioxidative capacity was determined by chemiluminescence assay. The extract was also studied for lipid peroxidation assay by thiobarbituric acid-reactive substances (TBARS) method using rat liver homogenate. The results indicate that A. latifolia extract has potent antioxidant activity. Also to ascertain the possible reason for the potent activity, percentage of gallic acid was estimated and was found to be 0.95%, which could be one of the reasons for potent antioxidant activity exhibited by the plant.  (+info)

Morphological and secretory characterization of extrafloral nectaries in plants of coastal Veracruz, Mexico. (2/18)

BACKGROUND AND AIMS: Morphological descriptions of the extrafloral nectaries (EFNs) of certain plant species are common in the literature, but they rarely relate morphology with histology, gland distribution and secretory attributes. In this study a morphological/secretory characterization of EFNs occurring on several plant species in a tropical coastal community is made and the implications of gland attributes discussed from a functional perspective. METHODS: The morphology and nectar secretion of the EFNs of 20 plant species are characterized through scanning electron microscopy, histochemical detection of reducing sugars (Fehling's reagent) and nectar volume/concentration estimates. KEY RESULTS: Sixty-five per cent of plant species in coastal communities had EFNs on vegetative structures and 35 % of species had glands on reproductive and vegetative organs. The Fabaceae is the plant family with the most species with EFNs and most diversity of gland morphologies. Four types of vascularized nectaries and four of glandular trichomes are described; sugar-secreting trichomes are characterized using Fehling's technique, and the first descriptions of unicellular and peltate trichomes functioning as EFNs are provided. Glands of ten plant species and six genera are described for the first time. Four plant species possess more than one morphological type of EFN. Eleven species have EFNs in more than one location or organ. More complex glands secrete more nectar, but are functionally homologous to the aggregations of numerous secretory trichomes on specific and valuable plant organs. CONCLUSION: Important diversity of EFN morphology was foundin the coastal plant community studied. Both vascularized and non-vascularized EFNs are observed in plants and, for the latter, previously non-existent morpho-secretory characterizations are provided with a methodological approach to study them. It is recommended that studies relating EFN attributes (i.e. morphology, distribution) with their differential visitation by insects (i.e. ants) and the cost of maintenance to the plants are carried out to understand the evolution of these glands.  (+info)

Seed shadow, seedling recruitment, and spatial distribution of Buchenavia capitata (Combretaceae) in a fragment of the Brazilian Atlantic forest. (3/18)

Here we describe the seed shadow, seedling recruitment, ontogenetic structure and spatial distribution of Buchenavia capitata (an emergent canopy tree) in a 380-ha fragment of the Atlantic forest in northeast Brazil. In particular, we examine seed distribution around 10 parental trees and both seedling recruitment and mortality, during an 18 month period beneath and around parental trees. Moreover, we describe: (1) B. capitata occurrence within treefall gaps; (2) population structure in terms of ontogenetic stages for the whole site; and (3) spatial distribution of adults within an area of 51 hectares. 99% of seeds were found beneath parent crowns (n = 4,236) and seed density reached 14.6 +/- 29.9 seeds/m2 (0-140 seeds/m2). 49% of all seeds germinated but seedling mortality reached 100% after an 18 month period. In addition, saplings of B. capitata were not found in forest understory and within 30 treefall gaps (94-2,350 m2). The adults showed an average DBH of 69.3 +/- 22.1 cm, were 19.2 +/- 2.9 m tall and presented a clumped spatial distribution. B. capitata matched some of the features presented by shade intolerant trees or large-gap specialists, and we hypothesize that low rates or even lack of long distance seed dispersal events may be reducing the probability of B. capitata seeds reaching suitable habitats for successful seedling recruitment and growth. Because of that (1) seedlings face high levels of early mortality; (2) there is no sapling recruitment at the study site; and (3) local population faces senility and it is threatened by local extinction.  (+info)

Spectral characterization of mangrove leaves in the Brazilian Amazonian Coast: Turiacu Bay, Maranhao State. (4/18)

Mangrove communities are tropical systems which have fewer species than tropical forests, especially in Latin America and display a single architecture, usually lacking the various strata commonly found in other forest ecosystems. The identification of mangrove communities by orbital data is not a difficult task but the most interesting challenge is to identify themselves by the dominant species. The first step toward that floristic identification is the spectral characterization of detached leaves. Leaves from four species of mangrove trees were spectrally characterized considering the Directional Hemispherical Reflectance Factor (DHRF) determined through radiometric measurements using an integrating sphere LICOR 1800 attached to a spectroradiometer SPECTRON SE-590. In the visible bands (0.45-0.69 microm) the button-shaped mangrove Conocarpus erectus was brighter and the red mangrove Rhizophora mangle was darker than the other two species which shows very close DHRF values. Otherwise the black mangrove Avicennia germinans and the white mangrove Laguncularia racemosa can be distinguished from one another in the Near Infra Red (NIR) region (0.76-0.90 microm and in this region of the spectrum the DHRF of C. erectus and R. mangle become very close.  (+info)

Phytochemistry and pharmacogenomics of natural products derived from traditional Chinese medicine and Chinese materia medica with activity against tumor cells. (5/18)

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Dial organic carbon fluctuations in a mangrove tidal creek in Sepetiba bay, Southeast Brazil. (6/18)

The carbon (C) concentration and flux, as dissolved organic carbon (DOC), particulate organic carbon (POC) and macrodetritus (MD), were quantified through 4 tidal cycles in a mangrove tidal creek in Southeastern Brazil. DOC was the major fraction of the total C concentration, accounting for 68 and 61% of the total C concentration during ebb and flood periods respectively. Concentrations of DOC (Ebb = 3.41 +/- 0.57 mgC.L-1 and Flood = 3.55 +/- 0.76 mgC.L-1) and POC (Ebb = 1.73 +/- 0.99 mgC.L-1 and Flood = 1.28 +/- 0.45 mgC.L-1) were relatively similar during the four tidal cycles. Macrodetritus presented a wide variation with concentration peaks probably related to external forces, such as winds, which enrich the ebb flow with leaf litter. DOC and POC fluxes depended primarily on tidal and net water fluxes, whereas MD fluxes were not. The magnitude of the DOC and POC fluxes varied with the area flooded at high tide, but not the MD fluxes. DOC was the major form of carbon export to Sepetiba Bay. During the four tidal cycles, the forest exported a total of 1.2 kg of organic carbon per ha, mostly as DOC (60%), followed by POC (22%) and MD (18%).  (+info)

Hepatoprotective evaluation of Anogeissus latifolia: in vitro and in vivo studies. (7/18)

AIM: To evaluate the hepatoprotective activity of a hydroalcoholic extract of the bark of Anogeissus latifolia; in vitro in primary rat hepatocyte monolayer culture and in vivo in the liver of Wistar rats intoxicated by carbon tetrachloride (CCl(4)). METHODS: In the in vitro study, a primary hepatocyte monolayer culture was treated with CCl(4) and extract of Anogeissus latifolia. Hepatoprotective activity was demonstrated in the CCl(4) damaged primary monolayer culture. In the in vivo study, the hepatoprotective activity of a hydroalcoholic extract of Anogeissus latifolia was analyzed in liver injured CCl(4)-treated rats. Biochemical parameters including serum transaminases [aspartate aminotransferase (AST) and alanine aminotransferase (ALT)] and alkaline phosphatase (ALP) in serum were analyzed. The biochemical findings were supplemented with histopathological examination of rat liver sections. RESULTS: In vitro: primary hepatocyte monolayer cultures were treated with CCl(4) and extract of Anogeissus latifolia. A protective activity could be demonstrated in the CCl(4) damaged primary monolayer culture. In vivo: Hydroalcoholic extract of Anogeissus latifolia (300 mg/kg) was found to have protective activity in rats with CCl(4)-induced liver damage as judged from serum marker enzyme activity. CONCLUSION: The above findings lead to the conclusion that the hydroalcoholic extract of Anogeissus latifolia is hepatoprotective. Hence, we suggest that the inclusion of this plant in the management of liver disorders is justified.  (+info)

Commercial activities and subsistence utilization of mangrove forests around the Wouri estuary and the Douala-Edea reserve (Cameroon). (8/18)

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Description from Flora of China. Conocarpus acuminatus Roxburgh ex Candolle, Prodr. 3: 16. 1828 ["acuminata"]; Anogeissus acuminata var. lanceolata Wallich ex C. B. Clarke; A. harmandii Pierre; A. lanceolata (Wallich ex C. B. Clarke) Wallich ex Prain; A. pierrei Gagnepain; A. tonkinensis Gagnepain.. Trees to 20 m tall; trunk to 1 m d.b.h. Branchlets slightly pendent, slender, together with petioles and leaf blades golden villous when young. Petiole cylindric, 2-6 mm; leaf blade lanceolate to narrowly so, 4-8 × 1-3 cm, abaxially gray-green and pilose mostly in axils of lateral veins, adaxially green and glabrous to glabrescent, base narrowed or obtuse, apex acuminate; lateral veins in 5-7 pairs, inconspicuous. Capitula 9-13 mm in diam., numerous flowered; bracts easily deciduous, linear, 4-5 mm. Flowers sessile. Calyx tube ca. 5 mm, abaxially yellow pubescent, densely so on ovary and tubular part, more sparsely so on cupular part. Filaments 3-4 mm. Fruit ca. 6 × 5 mm including beak, ferruginous ...
Tidal creeks remain under-sampled by routine water quality monitoring programs This study developed protocols and sampling strategies suggesting how a minimal amount of effort can be valuable to evaluate tidal creek condition. Recommendations are provided for minimal sampling requirements necessary to include additional tidal creeks currently without data into this assessment, as well as future efforts to enhance the development of biological and landscape metrics to further refine the assessments of tidal creek condition. Until such time, the revised management framework and development of additional indicators of tidal creek condition serve as valuable decision support tools that can be used to prioritize resource management responses to increase the stewardship and protection of these critical coastal habitats. ...
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The Wouri estuary, or Cameroon estuary is a large tidal estuary in Cameroon where several rivers come together, emptying into the Bight of Biafra. Douala, the largest city in Cameroon, is at the mouth of the Wouri River where it enters the estuary. The estuary contains extensive mangrove forests, which are being damaged by pollution and population pressures. The estuary lies to the east of Mount Cameroon and empties into the Bight of Biafra. It is fed by the Mungo, Wouri and Dibamba rivers. The estuary lies in the Douala Basin, a low-lying depression about 30 metres (98 ft) on average about sea level, with many creeks, sand bars and lagoons. The Plio-Pleistocene Wouri alluvial aquifer, a multi-layer system with alternating sequences of marine sands and estuarine mud and silt lies below the estuary and surrounding region and is an important source of well water. The upper aquifer in this system is an unconfined sandy horizon that is hydraulically connected to the brackish waters of the estuary ...
v.10, n.3, 4 Original Full Paper Poisoning by Thiloa glaucocarpa (Combretaceae) in cattle in the semiarid regions of Paraíba and Pernambuco, Brazil Thais H.S. Almeida, Raquel F. Albuquerque, Valdir M. Almeida, Givaldo B. Silva Filho, Hisadora A. Chaves, Sílvio H. Freitas, Franklin Riet-Correa, Fábio S. Mendonça Abstract The aim of this study was to describe...
Allumière Antiaging Cream is a lightweight, fast-absorbing cream providing the hydrating benefits of a moisturizer with the power of an anti-aging concentrate. Anogeissus Leiocarpa Bark Extract and Vitamin C work synergistically to increase the incorporation of Vitamin C in the skin, significantly boosting antioxidant capability and collagen synthesis. Powerful, bioavailable peptides rebuild and restore skin from the inside out to lift, fill, and smooth out wrinkles. Allumière Antiaging Cream features comfrey stem cells and a probiotic to speed skin renewal and turnover while tomato-derived carotenoids fight UV damage and lighten skin. Sandalwood and Barley Extract reduce water loss and stimulates lipids found naturally in skin. Allumière Antiaging Cream addresses signs of aging caused by UV damage, glycation, gravity, and dryness. Niuvella Antiaging Serum is a lightweight, fast absorbing anti-aging cream features auto-adapting technology to provide the ultimate comfort and protection in all ...
The Atlas of Florida Plants provides a source of information for the distribution of plants within the state and taxonomic information. The website also provides access to a database and images of herbarium specimens found at the University of South Florida and other herbaria.
Description from Flora of China. Trees, shrubs, or woody lianas, evergreen or deciduous, rarely subherbaceous. Indumentum of simple hairs, glandular hairs, or multicellular hairs secreting calcium oxalate and forming scales or present beneath cuticle and making leaf blade surface verruculose and sometimes translucent dotted. Leaves opposite, subopposite, whorled, spiraled, or alternate, usually petiolate, estipulate; petiole sometimes persistent and thornlike; leaf blade simple, margin entire or subentire, sometimes toothed, glands often present between crenations of proximal margin and at base or on petiole. Inflorescences terminal, axillary, or extra-axillary, spikes, branched spikes, racemes, panicles, or sometimes capitula, bracteate. Flowers usually regular, rarely slightly zygomorphic, usually bisexual, sometimes bisexual and male flowers present in same inflorescence. Receptacle surrounding and adnate to ovary and extended into a short or long calyx tube dilated distally (together termed ...
We continued our tidal creek import/export measurements during the 2017 field season. Weve measured the tidal exchange of materials (water, sediment, carbon, nutrients) several times at high-elevation and low-elevation marsh sites, to understand if marsh geomorphology influences the exchange of these materials.. ...
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My research aims to shed light on the biogeochemical key roles mangroves play within the complex tropical coastal systems as a carbon sink and nutrient sources. This research is quantifying the dynamics of carbon (C) nitrogen (N), and phosphorus (P) in a tropical mangrove tidal creek located in South Vietnam (Can Gio UNESCO Biosphere Reserve). Mangrove forests are overlooked ecosystems which have developed unique physiological processes able to produce, sequester and release globally significant amount of ecologically important elements such as C, N, and P. The study employs a multi-isotope approach (d13CPOC, d15NPON, d13CDIC, d13CDOC, d15N-NO3 & 18O-NO3) to identify the origins and movement of organic matter and dissolved elemental constituents in the mangrove surface and subsurface environment (including the water column, pore water, sediment). 24 hours time series sampling during the both dry and wet seasons, as well as during neap and spring tide cycles, will provide data to quantify of ...
Shoot organogenesis and plant regeneration were achieved on callus derived from leaf section and stem base explants of Quisqualis indica (Combretaceae). In vitro cultures were established using nodal segments obtained from mature field-grown shrubby plants. For the development of optimized protocol, different types and concentrations of plant growth regulators were used to induce adventitious shoot regeneration via callus from leaf section and one-node stem base explants obtained from in vitro regenerated micro shoots and direct field-grown newly flush-off shoots. The TDZ was considered to be the best among the cytokinins (6-benzyladenine (BA), 6-(?-?, dimethylallyamino purine) (2-iP) and thidiazuron (TDZ) added to the Murashige and Skoogs medium (MS) for adventitious shoot productions. A combination of 1.0 mg/L TDZ and 0.5 mg/L GA3 was most effective in stimulating callus induction and adventitious shoot regeneration from the leaf section derived calli with an average of 6 shoots per callus explant
YSI Dissolved oxygen % saturation reporting can vary depending upon how the oxygen is calibrated.. For this data Oxygen percent saturation values is reported as DO%YSI at 1 ATM pressure relative to water-saturated air calibration, and additionally as DO%recalc, after detrending. Resulting metabolic fluxes are calculated from resulting oxygen concentrations relative to the saturation concentration at local atmospheric pressure (which in this case varies by less than 2% and can be neglected relative to much larger errors in advective and air-water transfer rates.. Water depth is logged in each creek using a HOBO U20 titanium water depth loggers rated to 30 ft, and combined with 2011 creek geometry transects by Will Kearney (Sergio Fagherazzis group at BU) in order to calculate cross-sectional areas as well as surface areas through which air-water gas exchange occurs, and tidal exchange of creek water between timesteps. Windspeed from the cited additional database (the Marshview meteorology tower) ...
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Always interesting to see the "process" when most times we get a "after" snap, and sometimes when we are lucky, a "before" … provided of course if the artwork itself was "commissioned" or sanctioned : ...
Over the past 150 years, human activity has had a major impact on tidal wetlands adjoining the San Francisco Bay-Delta estuary Growing concern about the effect of this change on the ecology of the estuary has prompted Bay area managers to attempt to reclaim tidal wetlands. The Sonoma Baylands Restoration Project is designed to use dredge material to convert 348 acres from farmland to wetland. This paper describes changes to a tidal creek that flows from that restoration site to San Pablo Bay (north San Francisco Bay) through an existing tidal wetland during different phases of the project. Hydrologic measurements near the bottom of the creek and cross-creek profiles show how the creek responded to non-tidal flow conditions introduced by filling the site with dredge materials. At the time of this study, the creek had deepened by approximately 40 cm but had not widened....
The plant is often gathered from the wild for local medicinal use and as the source of a dyestuff and ink. It has been introduced into India, China and Vietnam where it has been experimentally cultivated as a substitute for R. Serpentaria in medicinal use ...
Salinity Induced Changes in the Leaf Anatomy of the Mangrove Avicennia marina along the Anthropogenically Stressed Tropical Creek Abstract.
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Wouri River: Wouri River, stream in southwestern Cameroon whose estuary on the Atlantic Ocean is the site of Douala, the countrys major industrial centre and port. Two headstreams-the
Avicennia marina (AM) exhibits various biological activities and has been traditionally used in Egypt to cure skin diseases. In this study, the methanolic heartwood extract of AM was evaluated for inhibitory activity against 5α-reductase (5α-R) [E.C.1.3.99.5], the enzyme responsible for the over-production of 5α-dihydrotestosterone (5α-DHT) causing androgenic alopecia (AGA). An AGA-relevant cell-based assay was developed using human hair dermal papilla cells (HHDPCs), the main regulator of hair growth and the only cells within the hair follicle that are the direct site of 5α-DHT action, combined with a non-radioactive thin layer chromatography (TLC) detection technique. The results revealed that AM is a potent 5α-R type 1 (5α-R1) inhibitor, reducing the 5α-DHT production by 52% at the final concentration of 10 µg/mL. Activity-guided fractionation has led to the identification of avicequinone C, a furanonaphthaquinone, as a 5α-R1 inhibitor with an IC50 of 9.94 ± 0.33 µg/mL or 38.8 ± 1.29
Combretum quadrangulare is a small tree of the family Combretaceae which grows up to 10m high. Combretum Quadrangulare is often used by native people as Kratom substitute in South Thailand, Laos and Myanmar since kratom is banned there. There are not many suppliers in the world who offer Combretum, not even in origin countries, since farmers pick it for themselves.. ...
Photos/images of planter, Family Fabaceae: Alpine Milk-Vetch (Astragalus alpinus), Alsike Clover (Trifolium hybridum), Amorpha fruticosa, Anthyllis tetraphylla, etc.
Analysis of high-resolution (1-4 kHz) seismic chirp profiles of the New Jersey mid-outer continental shelf, coupled with sediment samples, reveal the stratigraphic architecture resulting from the last glacio-eustatic cycle: dendritic (fluvial?) channel systems truncated by a transgressive ravinement. Quantitative geomorphologic analysis of these systems provides estimates of paleo-hydrologic parameters needed to link channel morphology to the hydrodynamic setting when these systems were active. These channels were presumably fluvial systems developed on a subaerial shelf during the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM), ~22-20 ka. During ensuing Holocene sea-level rise, these fluvial channels became estuarine/tidal, before erosion and final burial. Mean tidal paleoflow estimates for these systems with flow velocities of 1.0-1.5 m/s and shear stresses sufficient to initiate transport of grains 2-8 mm in diameter (i.e., coarse sand and fine gravel) as bed-load, are consistent with modern tidal creeks of the ...
Cold and warm events: Probability of temperatures below or above a certain temperature threshold for a given time. Commonly used to evaluate frost. The first diagram shows the likelihood of the event in a day or in a week. You can approximate your personal tolerable risk with the second diagram. If your tolerable risk for a frost event is 20%, you should schedule sowing in late april for example. If you can accept 50% frost likelihood in favor of earlier sowing, second week of march is more suitable. The third diagrams shows the occurrences of warm and cold events in the last 30 years for each year ...
Cold and warm events: Probability of temperatures below or above a certain temperature threshold for a given time. Commonly used to evaluate frost. The first diagram shows the likelihood of the event in a day or in a week. You can approximate your personal tolerable risk with the second diagram. If your tolerable risk for a frost event is 20%, you should schedule sowing in late april for example. If you can accept 50% frost likelihood in favor of earlier sowing, second second week of march is more suitable. The third diagrams shows the occurrences of warm and cold events in the last 30 years for each year ...
For best results, apply around the entire eye area - upper and lower lids. Use AM & PM.. Recommended For: All skin types.. Aloe barbadensis Leaf Juice*, Glycerin, Aqua/Water/Eau, Propanediol, Denatured Alcohol, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Carthamus tinctorius (safflower) Oleosomes*, Cucumus Sativus (Cucumber) Seed Oil, Glyceryl Behenate, Lactobacillus Ferment, Shea Butter Ethyl Esters, Helianthus annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil*, Calophyllum Inophyllum Seed Oil*, Cetyl Alcohol, Cetearyl Olivate, Olea Europaea (Olive) Oil*, Hydrolyzed Hibiscus Esculentus Seed Extract, Acmella Oleracea (Spilanthes) Extract, Cedrus Atlantica Bark Extract, Iris Pallida (Sweet Iris) Leaf Cell Extract, Leucojum Aestivum (Summer Snowflake) Bulb Extract, Theobroma Grandiflorum Seed Butter*, Opuntia ficus indica (Barbary fig) leaf cell extract, Anogeissus Leiocarpus (Akulia) Bark Extract, Polygonum fagopyrum (Buckwheat) Seed Extract, Sodium hyaluronate, Algae extract, Narcissus tazetta (Daffodil) Bulb Extract*, Vitis ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Differences in morphology, carbon isotope ratios, and photosynthesis between scrub and fringe mangroves in Florida, USA. AU - Lin, Guanghui. AU - Sternberg, Leonel. PY - 1992/1/1. Y1 - 1992/1/1. N2 - All three mangrove species in Florida (USA), Rhizophora mangle L., Laguncularia racemosa Gaert. and Avicennia germinans (L.) L., are found frequently in scrub mangrove forests, in which individuals rarely exceed 1.5 m in height. In the present study, the differences in morphological characteristics, leaf carbon isotope ratios and photosynthetic gas exchange between individuals in scrub and fringe mangrove forests in south Florida were investigated quantitatively. Plants in the scrub forests had much lower canopy height, more main stems per tree and smaller leaves, relative to those in the fringe forests. There was a significant correlation between tree height and leaf δ13C value, with higher δ13C values (1-4% more positive) for plants in the scrub mangrove forests. Correspondingly, ...
Species zonation patterns across tidal gradients in mangrove forests are formed by successful seedling establishment and maintained by replacement of adults by conspecific seedlings. These two processes rarely have been examined experimentally in neotropical mangal. We studied survivorship and growth of seedlings of two species of mangrove, Rhizophora mangle L. and Avicennia germinans (L.) Stearn, across a tidal gradient in Belize, Central America. Propagules of each species were planted in common gardens at tidal elevations corresponding to lowest low water (LLW), mean water (MW), and highest high water (HHW). Sixty-nine percent of Rhizophora seedlings planted at MW and 56% of those planted at LLW survived 1 year. Forty-seven percent of MW Avicennia seedlings also survived 1 year. No individuals of either species survived at HHW, and neither did any LLW Avicennia seedlings. Among the surviving Rhizophora seedlings, LLW seedlings grew more rapidly in terms of height, diameter, leaf production, ...
The use of spectral response curves for estimating nitrogen (N) leaf concentrations generally has been found to be a challenging task for a variety of plant species. In this investigation, leaf N concentration and corresponding laboratory hyperspectral data were examined for two species of mangrove (Avicennia germinans, Rhizophora mangle) representing a variety of conditions (healthy, poor condition, dwarf) of a degraded mangrove forest located in the Mexican Pacific. This is the first time leaf nitrogen content has been examined using close range hyperspectral remote sensing of a degraded mangrove forest. Simple comparisons between individual wavebands and N concentrations were examined, as well as two models employed to predict N concentrations based on multiple wavebands. For one model, an Artificial Neural Network (ANN) was developed based on known N absorption bands. For comparative purposes, a second model, based on the well-known Stepwise Multiple Linear Regression (SMLR) approach, was employed
Objective: The present study was undertaken to evaluate in-vitro antimicrobial activity of methanol, acetone and N, N-dimethylformamide extracts from leaf of Terminalia catappa L. (Combretaceae). Methods: In vitro antimicrobial activity of all the extracts was done by agar disc diffusion assay. 91 clinically important strains were used for the study, which were both clinical isolates as well as identified strains. Piperacillin and gentamicin were used as standards for antibacterial assay, while nystatin and flucanazole were used as standards for antifungal assay. Antimicrobial activity was determined by measurement of inhibition zone around each paper disc. For each extract three replicate trials were conducted against each organism. Results: The antibacterial activity was more pronounced against bacteria than fungal strains. The Gram positive bacteria were more susceptible than Gram negative bacteria. The methanol extract showed best antibacterial activity. T. catappa leaf extracts showed better
USDA, ARS, Germplasm Resources Information Network. Avicennia marina in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. Accessed on 09-Oct-10 ...
Criticisms voiced about the earlier volumes apply equally strongly to the present one: poor editing and very high numbers of printing errors (especially disturbing in a number of generic names), and more seriously lack of synthesis and discussion of what the diversity in venation patterns described actually means for the classification of the families and genera. For instance, questions like - does Strephonema stand apart in the Combretaceae? - is the much debated separation of the Anisophylleaceae from the Rhizophoraceae supported by divergent venation patterns? - etc., are hardly or not addressed. However, the grouping of species at the end of the book is most interesting. It shows wide ranges of variation in certain genera (e.g. Terminalia, which has species in 9 very different venation pattern groups) and very unexpected combinations of families within some of the venation groups. One consequently wonders about the systematic value of venation patterns and about the way venation patterns are ...
Synthesis, spectral characterization, electrochemical and anti-microbial activities of new binuclear Schiff base metal complexes derived from 3,3 diaminobenzedine
Macadamia nuts are white or cream spherical nuts, with a creamy texture between 2.5 - 3.5 cm. in diameter.. Their flavor is mild, reminding us the coconut. they have very characteristic nice texture, creamy and crunchy,.. This fruit comes from an evergreen tree of the family of Protaceae, originally from Australia. In the market we find two types of macadamia nuts, although, they are not usually distinguished.. These two closely related species are: Macadamia integrifolia and Macadamia tetraphylla. Generally, M. integrifolia is the fruit that we find in the markets.. The Australian nut or macadamia nut, is consumed as a snack food, like other nuts, but, due to its price and its exquisite flavor, it is usually reserved for gourmet dishes.. Some people get it into their diet for its medicinal properties for cholesterol, as they are very rich in omega-9 oleic acid.. ...
Sonneratia alba ( S. alba ) is a mangrove species grown in brackish water of tropical and subtropical regions. Due to its unique environment, it has evolved various mechanisms for modulating salt and metal levels. In order to find the genes connected with bioaccumulation of metals, the root...
Field study of biotic and abiotic factors affecting abundance and distribution of mangroves in Sydney Olympic park mangrove reserve.Mangroves are plants that live between the sea and the land, where they are flooded by tides.The word mangrove is give...
Altitude follows a group of teens on a weekend getaway aboard a small plane that suddenly turns deadly for the rookie pilot, Jessica Lowndes ("90210"), and four young friends: Julianna Guill (Friday the 13th, "90210"), Ryan Donowho (Bandslam, "The O.C."), Landon Liboiron ("Degrassi: The Next Generation"), and Jake Weary ("As the World Turns").. Minutes after the group takes off, an unexplained malfunction sends the aircraft climbing out of control into the heart of a mysterious storm.. Unable to get their bearings or contact the ground, the survivors gradually realize they are locked in combat with a terrifying supernatural force.. ...
Ballester Díez, Ferran; Sáez Zafra, Marcelo L; Alonso Fustel, Mª Eva; Taracido Trunk, Margarita; Ordóñez Iriarte, José Mª; Aguinaga Ontoso, Inés; Daponte Codina, Antonio; Bellido Blasco, Juan; Guillén Pérez, José Jesús; Pérez Boíllos, Mª José; Cañada Martínez, Alvaro; Arribas Monzón, Federico; Pérez-Hoyos, Santiago ...
Yes, thats the code that I thought of as well, and same, Id have to get my head around the exact order of p_is_s (unfortunate name), etc. When you say the bug is present in ncurses 5.9, is there any application that is directly affected? I ask as screen being affected was sort of a fluke. Its configure script should have detected terminfo notation was available for use, and used the equivalent entry for cs. So Im wondering if there are many applications still out there that are trying to use the older, more terse termcap form? And also linking in with ncurses? Seems unlikely, as I would have expected that if there were, and any were using a cap entry with %i that there would have been obvious presentation problems. -- Regards. Shaddy -- Problem reports: http://cygwin.com/problems.html FAQ: http://cygwin.com/faq/ Documentation: http://cygwin.com/docs.html Unsubscribe info: http://cygwin.com/ml/#unsubscribe-simple ...
Seedling recruitment and establishment are key stages in the growth and maintenance of viable plant populations. Lupinus perennis (Wild blue lupine) is a long-lived oak savanna indicator species and the sole larval food source for several endangered or threatened butterflies. Since L. perennis is known to respond favorably to fire, land managers use a mosaic of controlled burns and field mowings to improve habitat for both plant and butterflies. However, it is unknown whether lupine populations are successfully recruiting and establishing under this management. We quantified natural lupine seedling recruitment and establishment throughout seven sites with known management histories in the Oak Openings region of Northwest Ohio and collected a range of environmental measurements at each seedling and used initial seedling size as a proxy for emergence time. Seedling recruitment and establishment varied across the region. A large fall cohort of lupine seedlings was followed and found to have ...
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Blair, D G. and Rainnie, D J., "Specific activities of uridine kinase and uridine phosphorylase of ehrlich ascites carcinoma cells during tumor growth. Abstr." (1969). Subject Strain Bibliography 1969. 23 ...
Aquaporins and ABC transporters were the major transporters identified in our study. ABC transporters are known to transport fatty acids that are required for proper cuticle development in leaves [45]. The cuticle plays an important role in maintaining the structural integrity of salt glands. Under saline conditions, it becomes important for the salt glands to form a thick cuticular layer to prevent water loss and also diffusion of ions into neighbouring cells [6]. The observed high level of expression of ABC transporters in the salt gland-rich tissue could explain this in Avicennia salt gland cells. Aquaporins are known to regulate water movement across the membranes. During drought and salt exposure, aquaporins are known to maintain water balance in the cells [46] and have been shown to play a crucial role in salt secretion of A. officinalis [9]. Although aquaporins have been identified from the leaves of other salt secretors [41], its precise function in regulating water movement during ...
ARJUNA, White Marudah, Terminalia Arjuna - Combretaceae Part used : Bark Energetics : - Rasa (taste) : Astringent, Bitter - Virya (action) : Cooling - Vipaka (post-digestive effect) : Sweet - Guna (quality) : Light, Dry Doshas : Tridoshic. KP- Tissues : rasa (plasma), rakta (blood), shukra (reproductive) Actions : - Heart tonic, ulcer healing,…
The park is longitudinally divided into granitic substrates forming relatively nutrient-poor sandy soils in the west and more nutrient-rich, basalt-derived clay soils in the east (Venter et al. 2003). The savanna vegetation on nutrient-poor substrates tends to be dominated by trees of Combretaceae (e.g. Combretum and Terminalia species) and Caesalpineaceae, whereas those on more nutrient-rich clay soils are dominated by trees of Mimosaceae (especially Acacia species) (Gertenbach 1983; Venter et al. 2003). The vegetation of the northern KNP is characteristically dominated by mopane (Colophospermum mopane) and this species is well represented in broad-leaved bushveld vegetation types on granites and broad-leaved shrubveld associated with basalts (Gertenbach 1983; Venter et al. 2003). The herbaceous layer of the KNP is dominated by C4 grass species (Kennedy, Biggs & Zambatis 2003) and the more nutrient-rich savanna vegetation types on clay soils carry dense stands of nutritious, high-bulk grasses ...
This thesis describes a phytochemical investigation of four medicinal plants, namely, Agave attenuata (Agavaceae), Balanites maughamii (Balanitaceae), Astrotrichilia parvifolia (Meliaceae) and Combretum fragrans (Combretaceae ...
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The popularity of fermented foods such as kefir, kuniss, and tofu has been greatly increasing over the past several decades, and the ability of probiotic bacteria to exert anticancer effects has recently become the focus of research. While we have recently demonstrated the ability of the novel kefir product PFT (Probiotics Fermentation Technology) to exert anticancer effects in vitro, here we demonstrate its ability to inhibit Ehrlich ascites carcinoma (EAC) in mice. Mice were inoculated intramuscularly with EAC cells to develop solid tumors. PFT was administered orally (2 g/kg/day) to mice 6 days/week, either 2 days before tumor cell inoculation or 9 days after inoculation to mice bearing solid tumors. Tumor growth, blood lymphocyte levels, cell cycle progression, apoptosis, apoptotic regulator expression, TNF-α expression, changes in mitochondrial membrane potential (MMP), PCNA, and CD4+ and CD8+ T cells in tumor cells were quantitatively evaluated by flow cytometry or RT-PCR. Further studies in
BioAssay record AID 118144 submitted by ChEMBL: Effect of compound on Ehrlich ascites carcinoma growth in CF1 mice at a dose ((20 mg/kg)/day) ip survival at day 9 packed cell volume as a percent.
Semantic Scholar extracted view of Selective inhibition of the secondary immune response to mouse skin allografts by cell-free Ehrlich ascites carcinoma fluid. by R E McCarthy et al.
After attending a weekend of talks at Fairhill Nursery last year where I caught up with Nan & Hugh Nicholson (they wrote that excellent series of rainforest books) Nan mentioned that in certain species of Macadamia the kernels contained traces of cyanogenic glycosides. This was the first I had heard about toxicity in Macadamias and thought I would go looking for other sources of information to do an article for our newsletter. Our previous Guest Speakers Merv & Elwyn Hegarty also knew about it and sent me some detail on the subject. The final piece of information came while I was attending a lecture by Dr. Ross McKenzie on "Cyanide, Strychnine Bush and other poisonous hazards in the Queensland flora". He sent me an article that appeared in Australian Vet Practitioner 30(1) March 2000 and to summarize:. Plants in the genus Macadamia (family Proteacae) are endemic to eastern Australia (seven species) and Sulawesi in Indonesia (one specie) (Gross 1995) Macadamia tetraphylla, M integrifolia and ...
Inside a mangrove forest. Enter a mangrove forest. In this dark water world, trees with twisted limbs live double lives-one foot on land, the other in the sea.. Some 80 species of mangroves, also called mangals, thrive in salty coastal habitats in the tropics and subtropics. All take root in waterlogged soils where slow-moving currents allow sediment to accumulate. Red, black and white mangrove trees, along with buttonwoods, may grow along the same shoreline. Where these species are found together, each stakes out a spot.. Red mangroves are closest to the seas edge; their prop roots extend into the water from branches above. The roots capture sediment, stabilizing the shore. Farther inland are black mangroves with oxygen-supplying pneumatophores pointing upward from the soil. White mangroves, with no special root adaptations, are found in interior mangrove forests, followed by buttonwoods in upland transition zones.. These forests-of-the-tide collectively cover a worldwide area of about 20,535 ...
A novel Zn(II) complex of 2-aminobenzonitrile(ABN) and octanoate(OC) ion was synthesized by using microwave irradiation. Microwave synthesis gives high yield of the complex within a short time. The molecular formula and the probable geometry of the complex have been deduced from elemental analysis, molar conductance, UV, FT-IR, and NMR spectra. The molar conductance indicates that the Zn(II) complex is a non-electrolyte. FT-IR spectra show that 2-aminobenzonitrile is coordinated to the metal ion in a bidentate(N,N-donor) and octanoate ion in monodentate manner. The nature of bonding in this diamagnetic complex was arrived from NMR spectra. The geometry of the complex is found to be tetrahedral. The antimicrobial activities of ligands and their Zn(II) complex were studied against the two Gram +ve bacteria (staphylococcus aureus, streptococcus), and five Gram -ve bacteria (klebsilla, pseudomonas aeruginosa, salmonella typhi, Enterobacter, E.coli) and also three fungi (C.albicance, Aspergillus ...
Personally, I have seen good populations on Pulau Ubin, Pandan Mangroves and in Pasir Ris, and several trees in Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve and on Pulau Tekong and Pulau Semakau. They are usually found in tidal forests, on banks of tidal creeks, usually nearer to the back of the mangroves ...
Here in mid-January, inland boat ramps should be full of tow vehicles and empty boat trailers, their owners out on the lakes drifting minnows and minnow-imitating jigs. The gulfs tidal creeks - if not its even-deeper rivers - ought to be loaded with trout fishers soaking shrimp or bouncing jigs across the bottom. This is, after all, speckled perch and speckled trout season. Rain-darkened in many areas, some rivers, creeks and flats that should be producing tons of winter
The team discovered a wild rice -porteresia coarcata- that grows in the mangroves of Sunderbans, Bengal and isolated from it, inositol synthase, an enzyme that enables salt tolerance in mangrove species. Inositols are said to enable all manner of plants to withstand salinity. The Institute is currently raising salt tolerant rice and mustard in its laboratory. Patents are pending.News report Technical abstract ...
Used hot air exhausted from perforated mangle drums 12-14 and/or steam condensate from curved guide troughs 15-17 cooperating with the drums is passed through the interior of a hollow, unperforated predryer cylinder 18. A pair of curved transport belts 40, 41 surround the bottom half of the cylinder and are driven at the same peripheral speed thereof to press laundry articles against the heated cylinder and to reverse their direction. Heating manifolds 46, 47 are mounted inside the transport belt runs.
The body of Steinlager Classic delivers a full flavour that is perfectly balanced with a dry, tangy finish and crisp clean bitterness. Create a clone of Steinlager with this recipe created by Mangrove Jacks. This kit consists of: Mangrove Jacks Traditional Series Lucid Pils Mangrove Jacks German Lager 1kg Mangrove
The body of Steinlager Classic delivers a full flavour that is perfectly balanced with a dry, tangy finish and crisp clean bitterness. Create a clone of Steinlager with this recipe created by Mangrove Jacks. This kit consists of: Mangrove Jacks Traditional Series Lucid Pils Mangrove Jacks German Lager 1kg Mangrove
I have personally only seen this species at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve and Kranji Nature Trails mangrove. Not sure if it can be found at our other northern mangroves. It usually occurs at the borders of mangrove forests and along tidal rivers ...
Sterling silver Mangrove Collection ARC loops. A simple drop style earring - easy to wear, striking yet also minimalistic. Based on the shapes and undulations of the Mangrove tree root, the design still maintains a slightly urban feel. Just under 3.5 cm in height. 3cm at the
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A world-first innovation to remove mangrove seedlings from 11 Tauranga Harbour estuaries is being trialled by an Auckland-based company using cutting blades
Global environmental suitability for C. capitata occurrence as predicted by MaxEnt model.Black triangles represent presence points used in the modeling. Blue, p
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The euro zone debt crisis may be have eased in the markets this year, but analysts have told CNBC that 2014 could bring disturbance on a political front.
Seasonal patterns of leaf recruitment (Figure 6A) in R. stylosa are highly correlated (r = 0.88, p , 0.01) with those of stipule litterfall (Figure 6B), while seasonal patterns of leaf death (Figure 6A) in this species also correlated (r = 0.82, p , 0.01) well with those of leaf litterfall (Figure 6B). In R. stylosa leaves that flushed in summer represented 38.1% of the annual total, whereas only 15.8% flushed in winter (Figure 6A). A similar seasonal trend in leaf recruitment in K. obovata was recorded (Gwada et al. [2000]; Analuddin et al. [2009]; Kamruzzaman et al. [2012a]). Hardiwinoto et al. ([1989]) and Kamruzzaman et al. ([2012c]) also reported a similar seasonal trend in B. gymnorhiza, with the highest values in summer and the lowest in winter. Leaf recruitment and stipule litterfall of R. stylosa, B. gymnorhiza and K. obovata species on Okinawa are strongly correlated with the mean monthly air temperature and hours of sunshine (Sharma et al. [2012b]). These results are also supported by ...
The effects of twelve monosaccharides on the oxygen uptake of Krebs-2 ascites carcinoma cells were determined during prolonged incubation. Seven sugars were shown to inhibit respiration. The incubation periods required to induce inhibition were inversely related to the maximum rate of phosphorylation of each sugar by tumor hexokinase. Of these inhibiting sugars, the nonglycolyzable were 2-deoxyglucose, glucosone, and mannoheptulose; and the glycolyzable were glucose, mannose, fructose, and glucosamine. Glucosone, a slowly phosphorylated sugar of highest affinity to hexokinase, controlled the degree of inhibition and its time of onset when added to tumor cells in combination with 2-deoxyglucose or with each of the glycolyzable hexoses. The nonphosphorylated sugars, galactose, 3-o-methylglucose, l-sorbose, lyxose, and xylose, were found to be noninhibitory to respiration.. ...
Research and monitoring, investigating biological systems and ambient water quality is required to assess the health of tidal creeks, rivers and estuaries and freshwater rivers, streams, riparian buffers, and impoundments. Topics include, but are not limited to, surface and ground water processes, their interactions and monitoring, water balance assessments, community assessments, habitat assessments, microbial source tracking, water quality physical and chemical investigations, including micropollutants and emerging pollutants, etc. Many diverse groups are generating environmental data that are available for monitoring, assessing and predicting aspects of water quality and availability. The optimal management - and thus utility - of these data includes topics such as database development, common standards development, data sharing protocols, metadata development and documentation, developing statistical and mathematical models, trend analysis, hypothesis testing, middleware tools and ...
Mangrove islands in Belize are characterized by a unique switching from nitrogen (N) to phosphorus (P) limitation to tree growth from shoreline to interior. Fertilization has previously shown that Rhizophora mangle (red mangrove) fringe trees (5-6 m tall) growing along the shoreline are N limited; dwarf trees (!1.5 m tall) in the forestinterior are P limited; and transition trees (2-4 m tall) are co-limited by both N and P. Growth patterns paralleled a landward decrease in soil flushing by tides and an increase in bioavailable N, but P availability remained consistently low across the gradient. Stable isotopic composition was measured in R. mangle leaves to aid in explaining this nutrient switching pattern and growth variation. Along control transects, leaf !15N decreased from 0.10‰ (fringe) to #5.38‰ (dwarf). The !15N of N-fertilized trees also varied spatially, but the values were consistently more negative (by $3‰) compared to control trees. Spatial variation in !15N values disappeared when
Sarma, VV and Vittal, BPR (2000) Biodiversity of mangrove fungi on different substrata of Rhizophora apiculata and Avicennia spp. from Godavari and Krishna deltas, east coast of India Fungal Diversity Fungal Diversity Press 5 23-41 Available at - www.fungaldiversity.org/fdp/sfdp/FD_5_23-41. ...
The characteristics of macrofauna communities in three mangrove assemblages[Avicennia marina+Acgiceras corniculatum (MC)community, A. corniculatum (C) community and Bruguiera gymnorrhiza+A. corniculatum (GC) community]were studied in Zhanjiang Mangrove Nature Reserves during 2005 and 2006. Of the three mangrove assemblages, the macrofauna species number, density, biomass, Richness index and Shannon-Wiener index were the highest, and the Simpson dominance index was medial at MC community. However the Pielou Evenness index of MC community was slightly lower than that at C community. At C community, the number of macrofauna species obviously reduced, especially infaunal, caving and adhering life forms, and the biomass and density were the lowest. Because of the even distribution of individuals of different species, the Simpson dominance index was the lowest and the evenness index was the highest. Although the Richness index at C community was slightly lower than that at MC community, the ...
Mangrove definition, any tropical tree or shrub of the genus Rhizophora, the species of which are mostly low trees growing in marshes or tidal shores, noted for their interlacing above-ground adventitious roots. See more.
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La Sala was founded in 2007 as a collective to coalesce and mobilize the growing Latino/Latina arts community of the Seattle region. Founders Irene Gomez, Miguel Guillén, Catalina Cantu and Wendy Call joined with other artists, arts administrators, and advocates, developing programs and opportunities to increase the presence and raise the profile of the regions Latinx artists and artisans ...
Swimming in circles alongside a fishing boat, two short-haired otters speed across a river in southern Bangladesh that feeds into the Sundarbans, the worlds largest mangrove forest.
Structure bar plots showing the assignment of individuals into two distinct genetic clusters (K = 2).Rhizophora mucronata individuals are indicated in yello
Members of the genus Macadamia contain cyanogenic compounds, which release hydrogen cyanide (HCN) on hydrolysis. Concentrations of releasable cyanide were measured in tissues of mature nuts and seedlings of Macadamia integrifolia Maiden & Betche, M. tetraphylla L.A.S. Johnson and M. ternifolia F. Muell. Root, cotyledon and leaf samples were assayed at several developmental stages from germination to maturation of the first leaves. All samples contained detectable levels of cyanide. Concentrations were low (0.15 µmol g fresh weight) in cotyledons of mature M. integrifolia and M. tetraphylla seeds, corresponding to the edibility of the seeds of these commercial species, and much higher (9.6 µmol g) in the inedible M. ternifolia seeds. Levels in cotyledons of all three species rose dramatically during germination. Root cyanide concentrations of 6-23 µmol g were measured. The immature first leaf of the commercial species contained the highest concentrations (38-77 µmol g). Levels decreased with ...
Background and objectives: The use of herbal drugs in the treatment of many neurological disorders is gaining popularity in developing countries due to their fewer unwanted side effects, affordability and cultural acceptability. A mixture of three plants roots Calotropis procera (Asclepediaceae), Combretum micranthum (Combretaceae) and Ficus abutilifolia (Moraceae) has been reported in Hausa traditional treatment of epilepsy. We have reported the evaluation of the acute toxicity and anticonvulsant activity of the ethanol extract of this mixture. Methods: The intra-peritoneal medial lethal dose (LD50) of the aqueous ethanol extract of the mixture as well as its anticonvulsive activity against pentylenetetrazole (PTZ), 4-amino pyridine (4-AMP) and maximum electric shock (MES) were evaluated. Results: The mixture at the doses of 25 to 100 mg/kg could not afford a significant protection to mice against PTZ and 4-AMP; however, it significantly delayed the mean onset and reduced the mean recovery time of the
In the present experiment plant seeds were buried quickly by L. terrestris (within 48 h) regardless of size, species or functional group, which is surprising. In previous studies, L. terrestris fed selectively on plant seeds of a certain size, shape and surface texture (McRill 1974, Grant 1983); selective feeding on leaf litter by L. terrestris also varies with these parameters (Satchel & Lowe 1967). We did not distinguish between seeds that were ingested and those that were pulled into the burrow and buried. As L. terrestris is unable to feed on particles with a diameter ,2 mm (Shumway & Koide 1994; Tiunov & Scheu 1999), some seeds, such as those of V. cracca and T. pratensis, were too large for the earthworms to swallow.. Seed germination and seedling recruitment were generally reduced in the presence of L. terrestris, irrespective of plant species and seed size. However, plant species with small seeds were affected more strongly, presumably due to digestion or damage during passage through ...
Regulation and production of Fibrinolytic enzymes from bacterial sources especially from Bacillus strains has taken a leading role in the medical sciences for the treatment of cardiovascular disorders as it removes thrombus or clots adding to its significant role in curing human health issues saving millions. Significant progress has been made during the last few years on the studies of fibrinolytic enzymes in identifying, cloning, purification, characterization and overproduction of these for commercialization in medical sciences and in fields like detergents development. Production of fibrinolytic enzyme from Bacillus circulans was done using Nutrient broth medium. In addition, a strong fibrinolytic enzyme was purified from the cultivation media. The purified enzyme was almost homogeneous with other species of same genus, as examined by SDS−PAGE and sephadex G-75 column chromatography. The enzyme had an optimal pH of 7-12, an optimal temperature of 50 °C, for fibrin hydrolysis. The molecular mass
Culo, F; Allegretti, N; and Marusic, M, "Lymphotoxic effect of cyclophosphamide in therapy of ehrlich ascites carcinoma in mice." (1977). Subject Strain Bibliography 1977. 3487 ...
Listing of the answers to the question: Is there any leaves of mangroves can be use as fertilizer for some plants? if there is, what leaves of mangroves and what kind of plants?
Fig. 3. Responses from the semidirected interviews of the 36 subjects who viewed mangroves as an inexhaustible resource when asked to specify why. The values exceed 100% because many subjects gave more than one explanation in their responses. The dark shading on the Reproduces enough column indicates people who specifically said that mangroves produce many seeds.. ...
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Huxham, M., Emerton, L., Kairo, J., Munyi, F., Abdirizak, H., Muriuki, T., …Briers, R. A. (2015). Applying climate compatible development and economic valuation to coastal management: A case study of Kenyas mangrove forests. Journal of Environmental Management, 157, (168-181). doi:10.1016/j.jenvman.2015.04.018. ISSN 0301-4797. ...
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This week we feature mangroves, a polyphyletic group of plants that live in tropical intertidal zones. Mangroves are in the news as a consequence of a new paper…
2019, Witold Stefański Institute of Parasitology, Polish Academy of Sciences. Introduction: Paramphistomosis is a disease caused by the rumen flukes which cause an acute gastroenteritis and anemia with high mortality particularly in young ruminants. Materials and methods: In this study, we have investigated the anthelmintic effect of medicinal plant extracts from leaves and heartwoods of Cassia siamea L., roots of Plumbago zeylanica L. and Plumbago indica L., and leaves of Terminalia catappa L. against Carmyerius spatiosus. Results: The highest anthelminthic effect on the flukes after 24 h of exposure was found in heartwood ethyl acetate extract of C. siamea (LC50 = 374.30; LC90 = 749.03 ppm), root n-butanol extract of P. zeylanica (LC50 = 1005.12; LC90 = 2411.55 ppm), root hexane, ethyl acetate, and n-butanol extract of P. indica (LC50 = 34.38, 211.34, 506.92; LC90 = 64.09, 496.05, 934.86 ppm), and leaf n-butanol and water extract of T. catappa (LC50 = 487.17, 470.28; LC90 = 913.27, 848.23 ...
The sediments of coastal wetlands contain large stores of carbon which are vulnerable to oxidation once disturbed, resulting in high levels of CO2 emissions that may be avoided if coastal ecosystems are conserved or restored. We used a simple model to estimate CO2 emissions from mangrove forests, seagrass beds and tidal marshes based on known decomposition rates for organic matter in these ecosystems under either oxic or anoxic conditions combined with assumptions of the proportion of sediment carbon being deposited in either oxic or anoxic environments following a disturbance of the habitat. Our model found that over 40 years after disturbance the cumulative CO2 emitted from tidal marshes, mangrove forests and seagrass beds were approximately 70-80% of the initial carbon stocks in the top meter of the sediment. Comparison of our estimates of CO2 emissions with empirical studies suggests that 1) assuming 50% of organic material moves to an oxic environment after disturbance gives rise to estimates that
Coordination chemistry of schiff bases is of considerable interest due to their various magnetic, catalytic and biological applications. Here it describes the spectral characterization of schiff bases and its Mn (II), Cu (II) and Ni (II) complexes. Then synthesis and spectral characterization of Zn (II), Cd (II) and Co (II) complexes of schiff base derived from 3-Formylsalicilic Acid and 1,3-diaminopropane. Then it discusses the synthesis and spectral studies of Copper (II) complexes of 2-Hydroxyacetophenone N-phenyl semicarbazone. Finally it discusses the synthesis and spectral characterization of Co (III) complexes of salicylaldehyde N-phenyl semicarbazone. The preparation and characterization of Cobalt (III) complexes of salicylaldehyde, N-phenylthiosemicarbazone containing hetrocyclic bases phenalthroline and bipyridine. Thiocyanate, azide and perchlorate ions act as coligands. Elemental analysis suggests +3 state for Cobalt. HNMR, IR and UV-visible spectra characterize the complexes ...
VIEW ARTICLE Research. An Epidemic Dieback Gall Disease of Rhizophora Mangroves in The Gambia, West Africa. H. J. Teas, Professor of Biology, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL 33124. R. J. McEwan, Director, Forestry Department, Ministry of Water Resources and the Environment, Banjul, The Gambia. Plant Dis. 66:522-523. Accepted for publication 10 February 1982. Copyright 1982 American Phytopathological Society. DOI: 10.1094/PD-66-522 ...
In this study, polysaccharides were isolated from Ganoderma lucidum (Polyporaceae) and their antitumor and anti-inflammatory activities were investigated using in vivo models. Potential antitumor activity was shown by G. lucidum polysaccharides (GLP) against solid tumor induced by Ehrlichs ascites carcinoma cells. GLP at 100 mg kg-1 body mass showed 80.8 and 77.6 % reduction in tumour volume and tumour mass, respectively, when administered 24 h after tumour implantation. Again, GLP at the same dose but when administered prior to tumour inoculation, showed 79.5 and 81.2 % inhibition of tumour volume and tumour mass, respectively. GLP showed significant dose-dependent activity in carrageenean-induced (acute) and formalin-induced (chronic) inflammation assays. At 100 mg kg-1, GLP exhibited 57.6 and 58.2 % inhibition in carrageenean-induced and formalin-induced assays, respectively. ...
Summer is coming, and all roads point to the coast of Santa Catarina.. If for years on end the State was already regarded as the best in the country to spend the holidays, the latest news should attract even more tourists: according to the Blue Flag Program, the beaches of Santa Catarina boast the best quality of all the Brazilian coastline.. ...
Rhizophora mucronata is a small to medium size evergreen tree growing to a height of about 20 to 25 metres (66 to 82 ft) on the banks of rivers. On the fringes of the sea 10 or 15 metres (33 or 49 ft) is a more typical height. The tallest trees are closest to the water and shorter trees are further inland. The tree has a large number of aerial stilt roots buttressing the trunk. The leaves are elliptical and usually about 12 centimetres (4.7 in) long and 6 centimetres (2.4 in) wide. They have elongated tips but these often break off. There are corky warts on the pale undersides of the leaves. The flowers develop in axillary clusters on the twigs. Each has a hard cream-coloured calyx with four sepals and four white, hairy petals. The seeds are viviparous and start to develop whilst still attached to the tree.[5] The root begins to elongate and may reach a length of a metre (yard) or more. The propagule then becomes detached from the branch when sufficiently well developed to root in the mud ...
... is a species of Terminalia native to southern and southeast Asia in India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam.,[1][2] It is a prominent part of both dry and moist deciduous forests in southern India up to 1000 m.. Common names are Asna, Saj or Saaj, Indian-laurel, Marutham(Tamil),Matti (Kannada), Taukkyan (Burma), Sadar, Matti or Marda (India), අසන - Asana (Sri Lanka), and casually "crocodile bark" due to the characteristic bark pattern.. It is a tree growing to 30 m tall, with a trunk diameter of 1 m. The fruit is ovoid, 3 cm long, with five wings not extending beyond the fruit apex.[3] The bark is fire-resistant. The wood is coarse, fairly straight grained, dull to somewhat lustrous and without any smell or taste. The heartwood varies from light brown with few markings to dark brown or brownish black and figured with darker streaks. The sapwood is reddish white and sharply differentiated. The heartwood is moderately durable and the ...
Combretaceae. Genus:. Combretum. Species:. C. indicum. Binomial name. Combretum indicum. (L.) DeFilipps. ...
Combretaceae Genus:. Combretum Species: C. micranthum Binomial name Combretum micranthum. G. Don ...
Combretaceae). http://taibnet.sinica.edu.tw/chi/taibnet_species_detail.php?name_code=346794 Catalogue of Life in Taiwan nhm.ac. ...
"Combretaceae". Flora of Tropical Africa. 2: 413-436. - (1875). "Ampelideae". Flora of British India. 1: 644-668. - (1896). " ...
Combretaceae)". Retrieved 2012-06-05. "Terminalia sericea". Indigenous multipurpose trees of Tanzania. FAO Forestry Department ...
Combretaceae R.Br.. *Crypteroniaceae A.DC.. *Lythraceae J.St.-Hil.. *ºMelastomataceae Juss. (inclui Memecylaceae DC.) ...
Combretaceae R.Br., nom. cons.. *Crypteroniaceae A.DC., nom. cons.. *Lythraceae J.St.-Hil., nom. cons. ...
Combretaceae), Combretum sp. and Gossypium. afromoths Africanmoths. ...
Myrtanae order 1. Myrtales family 1. Combretaceae family 2. Crypteroniaceae family 3. Melastomataceae family 4. Psiloxylaceae ...
Combretaceae) Karkalla (Carpobrotus rossii; Aizoaceae) Kutjera (Solanum centrale; Solanaceae) Lady apple (Syzygium ...
Combretaceae) Ugni (Ugni molinae; Myrtaceae) Vanilla (Vanilla planifolia; Orchidaceae) Velvet tamarind (Dialium indum; ... Combretaceae) Kandis (Garcinia forbesii; Clusiaceae) Kapok (Ceiba pentandra; Bombacaceae) Karkalla (Carpobrotus rossii; ...
Combretaceae) in clinical research". Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine. 3 (3): 244. doi:10.1016/S2221-1691(13)60059 ... Highly Used Plant Species from Acanthaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Asteraceae, Combretaceae, and Fabaceae Families". Frontiers in ...
... is a species of tree in the family Combretaceae known by the common name red bushwillow. It is native to ... Flora Zambesiaca Volume 4 Part 0 (1978). Combretaceae by A. W. Exell. Kew Royal Botanic Gardens. Masupa, T. and E. Rampho. ...
J.Presl Combretaceae R.Br., nom. cons. Lythraceae J.St.-Hil., nom. cons. Onagraceae Juss., nom. cons. Vochysiaceae A.St.-Hil., ...
Exell, A. W. (1978). "Combretaceae: Combretum hereroense Schinz Key". Flora Zambesiaca: Taxon Detail. Retrieved 15 May 2015. ...
"Granadillo" Combretaceae, Familia de los combretums. Peter L. Weaver. USDA Forest Service. Retrieved 11 August 2013. ( ...
The larvae feed on Terminalia (Combretaceae). The genus includes the following species: Badamia atrox (Butler, 1877) (Fiji) ...
He specialised in the families Combretaceae and Myrtaceae and his plant collections are stored in the Queensland and Northern ... He is the author of A revision of Combretaceae in Australia and of papers formally describing plants including Lophopetalum ... Byrnes, Norman Brice (1977). A revision of Combretaceae in Australia. Brisbane: Queensland Herbarium, Dept. of Primary ...
Combretaceae (1.17%), Apocynaceae (1%); Aquifoliaceae (1%), Meliaceae (0.88%); Sapotaceae (0.85%); Burseraceae (0.81%); ...
Combretaceae R.Br., nom. cons.. *Lythraceae J.St.-Hil., nom. cons.. *Onagraceae Juss., nom. cons. ...
... combretaceae (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.388.100.228.166 --- combretum (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.388.100.228. ...
Combretaceae) - eastern Africa, Asia, Australasia and western Pacific. ...
Whiffin, Trevor (1990). "Melastoma". Flora of Australia: Volume 18: Podostemaceae to Combretaceae. Flora of Australia series. ... Podostemaceae to Combretaceae. Flora of Australia series. CSIRO Publishing / Australian Biological Resources Study. page 248, ...
Larval food-plant is Combretum indicum, a Combretaceae. Poole, R. W. (1989). Lepidopterorum Catalogus (New Series) Fascicle 118 ...
Combretaceae). Methods: In vitro antimicrobial activity of all the extracts was done by agar disc diffusion assay. 91 ... and Diels (Combretaceae) Bark Extracts. Kougnimon Fifamè Espérance Elvire, Akpovi Dewanou Casimir, +3 authors Loko Frédéric ... Phyto-chemical Characterization of the Leaf extracts of Terminalia catappa L. (Combretaceae) Using Ultra violet-Visible, ... Combretaceae). Methods: In vitro antimicrobial activity of all the extracts was done by agar disc diffusion assay. 91 ...
African plant in the family Combretaceae; the seeds cause vomiting, incoordination and paralysis in the pig. The foliage is not ...
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Media related to Combretaceae at Wikimedia Commons Data related to Combretaceae at Wikispecies. ... The Combretaceae are a family of flowering plants in the order Myrtales. The family includes about 530 species of trees, shrubs ... "Family: Combretaceae R. Br., nom. cons". Germplasm Resources Information Network. United States Department of Agriculture. 2003 ... "GRIN Genera of Combretaceae". Germplasm Resources Information Network. United States Department of Agriculture. Archived from ...
Combretaceae. In: Chen Cheih, ed., Fl. Reipubl. Popularis Sin. 53(1): 1-28.. ... Combretaceae 使君子科 shi jun zi ke Authors: Jie Chen & Nicholas J. Turland Trees, shrubs, or woody lianas, evergreen or deciduous ...
Combretaceae R. Brown 使君子科 Description from Flora of China. Trees, shrubs, or woody lianas, evergreen or deciduous, rarely ... Combretaceae. In: Chen Cheih, ed., Fl. Reipubl. Popularis Sin. 53(1): 1-28.. About 20 genera and ca. 500 species: widespread in ...
... Login ... Screening of twenty-four South African Combretum and six Terminalia species (Combretaceae) for antioxidant activities. Masoko, ... The dried leaves of Combretum and Terminalia species (Combretaceae) were extracted with acetone, hexane, dichloromethane and ...
ex G. Don) (Combretaceae) against Haemonchus contortus ova and larvae. Ademola, I.O.; Eloff, Jacobus Nicolaas ...
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Antioxidant and Antibacterial Activity of the Extracts of Stem Bark of Terminalia glaucescens Planch Ex Benth (Combretaceae) on ...
Anogeissus leiocarpus (Combretaceae) is a tree widely distributed in northern Nigeria. The aqueous methanol bark extract of A. ... Combretaceae. Anogeissus leiocarpus. trypanosomiasis, babesiosis. R, SB. [69]. Terminalia avicennioides. cancer, fungal, ... Methanol extracts of Terminalia superba (Combretaceae) root and stem were effective with MIC value of 3.1 mg/mL each against T ... Combretaceae) bark inhibited T. b. brucei activity in vitro with MIC of 2.5 μg/mL [43,70,71]. Compound 13 was isolated from T. ...
Terminalia elliptica is a species of Terminalia native to southern and southeast Asia in India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam.,[1][2] It is a prominent part of both dry and moist deciduous forests in southern India up to 1000 m.. Common names are Asna, Saj or Saaj, Indian-laurel, Marutham(Tamil),Matti (Kannada), Taukkyan (Burma), Sadar, Matti or Marda (India), අසන - Asana (Sri Lanka), and casually "crocodile bark" due to the characteristic bark pattern.. It is a tree growing to 30 m tall, with a trunk diameter of 1 m. The fruit is ovoid, 3 cm long, with five wings not extending beyond the fruit apex.[3] The bark is fire-resistant. The wood is coarse, fairly straight grained, dull to somewhat lustrous and without any smell or taste. The heartwood varies from light brown with few markings to dark brown or brownish black and figured with darker streaks. The sapwood is reddish white and sharply differentiated. The heartwood is moderately durable and the ...
Combretaceae. Genus:. Combretum. Species:. C. indicum. Binomial name. Combretum indicum. (L.) DeFilipps. ...
Combretaceae Genus:. Combretum Species: C. micranthum Binomial name Combretum micranthum. G. Don ...
Combretaceae). J Ethnopharmacol 106:173-178CrossRefPubMedGoogle Scholar. *. 10.. Boateng JS, Matthews KH, Stevens NE, Eccleston ...
Combretaceae • Genus: Combretum • Species: Combretum mossambicense (Klotzsch) Engl. ...
Combretaceae • Genus: Terminalia • Species: Terminalia catappa ...
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Combretaceae R.Br.. *Crypteroniaceae A.DC.. *Lythraceae J.St.-Hil.. *ºMelastomataceae Juss. (inclui Memecylaceae DC.) ...
Combretaceae R.Br., nom. cons.. *Crypteroniaceae A.DC., nom. cons.. *Lythraceae J.St.-Hil., nom. cons. ...
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Combretaceae. Khamin khruea. Stem: methanol/1-(2-hydroxy-4-methoxyphenyl)-3-(4-hydroxy-3-methoxyphenyl)propane (1) were ...
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  • Objective: The present study was undertaken to evaluate in-vitro antimicrobial activity of methanol, acetone and N, N-dimethylformamide extracts from leaf of Terminalia catappa L. (Combretaceae). (semanticscholar.org)
  • and Diels (Combretaceae) is an ethnomedicinally valued deciduous shrub with significant therapeutic application against diabetes in West Africa. (phcogj.com)
  • Phytochemical and pharmacological study of roots and leaves of Guiera senegalensis J.F. gmel (combretaceae). (wikipedia.org)
  • Objective: The present study was undertaken to evaluate in-vitro antimicrobial activity of methanol, acetone and N, N-dimethylformamide extracts from leaf of Terminalia catappa L. (Combretaceae). (semanticscholar.org)
  • However, C. cubensis is not usually a pathogen of trees in the Combretaceae. (wikipedia.org)