A plant genus of the family LAURACEAE. Members contain cryptofolione, caryachine, grandisin and other compounds. Some PEUMUS species have been reclassified as CRYPTOCARYA.
A family of mainly aromatic evergreen plants in the order Laurales. The laurel family includes 2,200 species in 45 genera and from these are derived medicinal extracts, essential oils, camphor and other products.
A plant genus in the family CAPRIFOLIACEAE. The common name derives from its traditional use for menstrual cramps. It is a source of viburnine, valerianic acid, vibsanin, and ursolic acid. Note that true cranberry is VACCINIUM MACROCARPON.
Polyphenolic compounds with molecular weights of around 500-3000 daltons and containing enough hydroxyl groups (1-2 per 100 MW) for effective cross linking of other compounds (ASTRINGENTS). The two main types are HYDROLYZABLE TANNINS and CONDENSED TANNINS. Historically, the term has applied to many compounds and plant extracts able to render skin COLLAGEN impervious to degradation. The word tannin derives from the Celtic word for OAK TREE which was used for leather processing.
A country spanning from central Asia to the Pacific Ocean.
Expanded structures, usually green, of vascular plants, characteristically consisting of a bladelike expansion attached to a stem, and functioning as the principal organ of photosynthesis and transpiration. (American Heritage Dictionary, 2d ed)
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.
A plant genus in the LAURACEAE family. The tree bark has been used medicinally.
The reproductive organs of plants.
A plant genus in the LAURACEAE family. The tree, Persea americana Mill., is known for the Avocado fruit, the food of commerce.
A plant genus in the LAURACEAE family. The bark of the trees is used in FOLK MEDICINE and FLAVORING AGENTS.
The custard-apple plant family of the order Magnoliales, subclass Magnoliidae, class Magnoliopsida. Some members provide large pulpy fruits and commercial timber. Leaves and wood are often fragrant. Leaves are simple, with smooth margins, and alternately arranged in two rows along the stems.
The science of developing, caring for, or cultivating forests.
The encapsulated embryos of flowering plants. They are used as is or for animal feed because of the high content of concentrated nutrients like starches, proteins, and fats. Rapeseed, cottonseed, and sunflower seed are also produced for the oils (fats) they yield.
A functional system which includes the organisms of a natural community together with their environment. (McGraw Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed)
The protection, preservation, restoration, and rational use of all resources in the total environment.
Physiological functions, activities, and interactions of microorganisms, including ARCHAEA; BACTERIA; RICKETTSIA; VIRUSES; FUNGI; and others.
A plant genus in the family PINACEAE, order Pinales, class Pinopsida, division Coniferophyta.
Created 1 January 1993 as a result of the division of Czechoslovakia into the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
A plant genus of the family MONIMIACEAE. Members contain boldine ALKALOIDS. Some PEUMUS species have been reclassified as CRYPTOCARYA.
A plant genus of the family WINTERACEAE. They have leathery, elliptic-shaped leaves; red-tinged shoots; and jasmine-scented, cream-colored, 8- to 12-petaled, 2.5-centimeter (1-inch) flowers in clusters.
The teaching staff and members of the administrative staff having academic rank in an educational institution.
The teaching staff and members of the administrative staff having academic rank in a medical school.
Created as a republic in 1918 by Czechs and Slovaks from territories formerly part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The country split into the Czech Republic and Slovakia 1 January 1993.
Created 1 January 1993 as a result of the division of Czechoslovakia into the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

Comparative chemical analysis of the essential oil constituents in the bark, heartwood and fruits of Cryptocarya massoy (Oken) Kosterm. (Lauraceae) from Papua New Guinea. (1/6)

Exhaustive hydro-distillation of the bark, heartwood and fruits of Cryptocarya massoy (Lauraceae) afforded pale yellow-coloured oils in 0.7, 1.2 and 1.0 % yields, respectively. Detailed chemical evaluation of these distillates using GC/MS revealed the major components in the bark and the heartwood oils to be the C-10 (5,6-dihydro-6-pentyl-2H-pyran-2-one) and C-12 (5,6-dihydro-6-heptyl-2H-pyran-2-one) massoia lactones, while the major fruit oil constituent was benzyl benzoate (68.3 %). The heartwood also contained trace amounts of the C-14 (5,6-dihydro-6-nonyl-2H-pyran-2-one) massoia lactone (1.4 %) and the saturated C-10 derivative delta-decalactone (2.5 %).  (+info)

Cytotoxic and anti-HIV phenanthroindolizidine alkaloids from Cryptocarya chinensis. (2/6)

Bioassay-guided fractionation of the cytotoxic ethanol extract of Cryptocarya chinensis has led to the isolation of 11 compounds, including two phenanthroindolizidine alkaloids [(-)-antofine (1) and dehydroantofine (2)], five pavine alkaloids (3-7), and four proaporphine alkaloids (8-11). The structures of the isolated compounds were determined by means of NMR spectroscopic methods, and supported by HRMS and optical rotation data. Compounds 1 and 2 showed cytotoxic activity against four cancer cell lines, L1210, P388, A549, and HCT-8, with 1 being the most potent against A549 and HCT-8 with EC50 values of 0.002 and 0.001 microg/mL, respectively. In addition, 2 is first reported to exhibit significant anti-HIV activity.  (+info)

Antioxidant capacity and HPLC-DAD-MS profiling of Chilean peumo (Cryptocarya alba) fruits and comparison with German peumo (Crataegus monogyna) from southern Chile. (3/6)

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Functional redundancy and complementarities of seed dispersal by the last neotropical megafrugivores. (4/6)

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A unified synthetic strategy to the Cryptocarya family of natural products exploiting Anion Relay Chemistry (ARC). (5/6)

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Antiplasmodial alkaloids from the bark of Cryptocarya nigra (Lauraceae). (6/6)

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Description from Flora of China. Ravensara Sonnerat.. Trees or shrubs, evergreen. Bud scales few, leaflike. Leaves alternate, rarely subopposite, usually pinninerved, rarely triplinerved. Flowers bisexual, small, arranged into a subterminal and usually short panicle. Perianth tube turbinate or ovoid, persistent, contracted on top after caducous. Fertile stamens 9, inserted on throat of perianth tube; filaments of 1st and 2nd whorls glandless, those of 3rd whorl each with 2 glands at base; anthers 2-celled; cells of 1st and 2nd whorls introrse, those of 3rd whorl extrorse. Staminodes of innermost whorl, shortly stalked, glandless. Ovary sessile, enveloped by perianth tube; style sublinear; stigma small, inconspicuous, rarely peltate. Fruit drupelike, globose, ellipsoid, or oblong, wholly enveloped by fleshy or hard and dilated perianth tube but leaving a small mouth on top, smooth or many angled outside.. The Chinese species of the genus all belong to Cryptocarya subg. Cryptocarya, characterized ...
18. Cryptocarya chingii W. C. Cheng, Contr. Biol. Lab. Sci. Soc. China, Bot. Ser. 10: 111. 1936. 硬壳桂 ying ke gui Cryptocarya laui Merrill & F. P. Metcalf; C. merrilliana C. K. Allen.. Small trees, up to 12 m tall, to 20 cm d.b.h. Old branchlets gray-brown, glabrous, sparsely oblong-lenticellate, striate; young branchlets densely gray-yellow pubescent. Leaves alternate; petiole 5-10 mm, concave-convex, densely gray-yellow pubescent when young; leaf blade glaucous green and opaque abaxially, olive-green and opaque or shiny adaxially, oblong, elliptic-oblong, very rarely obovate, 6-13 × 2.5-5 cm, leathery, gray-yellow appressed sericeous-pubescent on both surfaces, hairs slightly longer along midrib and lateral veins abaxially, midrib very elevated abaxially, impressed adaxially, lateral veins 5 or 6 pairs, conspicuous abaxially, slightly impressed adaxially, slightly arcuate and evanescent within leaf margin, transverse veins and veinlets reticulate, ± conspicuous abaxially, inconspicuous ...
Oh dear, some of these folks arent the brightest CFLs in the room. Readers may remember this famous Penn and Teller video from 2006 where they get well meaning (but non thinking) people to sign up to ban dihydrogen monoxide (DHMO), which is an evil chemical found in our lakes, rivers, oceans, and even our…
Crataegus monogyna (Hawthorn) is best known as a country hedge, but also makes an excellent small garden tree with good wildlife value.
Crataegus monogyna Jacq. - Tesauro de Plantas Medicinales - Biling e Departamento de Biblioteca de la Facultad de Quimica Montevideo - Uruguay
Hawthorn hedging - Crataegus monogyna - bareroot plants for sale in a wide range of sizes and packs for planting this winter. Order online from Ashridge Nurseries. Follow our planting guide and your Hawthorn will grow rapidly into an impenetrable hedge.
Pork has been traditionally considered an important source of human Toxoplasma gondii infection. Pigs, as other meat-producing animals, can become infected by the ingestion of oocysts that are shed in the environment by infected cats or by the consumption of cysts present in tissues of infected mammals, commonly small rodents. The objective of this study was to investigate the level of T. gondii infection in swine from southern Chile that can be associated with the ingestion of oocysts and therefore exposure to a contaminated environment. A total of 340 serum samples from swine were obtained from three commercial slaughterhouses located in the Araucania and Los Rios Regions from southern Chile. Study animals originated from local farms, mainly small commercial producers, and the meat is sold locally. Overall, 8.8% (30/340) of the samples showed T. gondii-specific IgG antibodies. Of these sero-positive animals, 80% (24/30) were also positive for antibodies specific against the oocyst stage of the
A deciduous, thorny hedging plant which responds well to trimming. Hawthorn is a popular choice in hedging as it is useful for security purposes as well as being extremely hardy. Native to UK. Characteristics Flower Colour: white, occasionally blush
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Salmonid invasions are currently recognized as one of the main threats to the conservation of freshwater ecosystems in Patagonia. Although a number of salmonid species have been introduced to Patagoni
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Unusual but yet so amazing for your skin. Snail slime is filled with beauty-enhancers like hyaluronic acid, collagen, glycolic acid, elastin and copper peptides. It naturally fills fine lines, reduces acne scars, stretch marks and smoothes the skin. The properties of snail mucin have been known since the Antiquity and have been used by the Mapuche tribe, Southern Chile, for ages before anyone started to sell it. Discover this ancestral life-savior now and save your skin from aging!. ...
Schizophrenia is a complex and unpredictable mental disorder which affects several domains of cognition and behaviour. It is a heterogeneous illness characterised by positive, negative, and cognitive symptoms, often accompanied by signs of depression. In this tutorial review, we discuss recent progress in un
Twenty-five species of Lauraceae cuticle are described from 120 fossil-bearing samples from two Early Miocene basins in southern New Zealand; the St Bathans Paleovalley of the Manuherikia Group, and the Gore Lignite Measures of the East Southland Group. The genera Endiandra and Cryptocarya are identified, which are no longer in the extant flora of New Zealand, and Beilschmiedia and Litsea which are in the extant flora. In the St Bathans Paleovalley it is likely that at least 22 species were growing as part of a single broader community. The presence of Lauraceae at this latitude in New Zealand and their high diversity clearly implies warmer temperatures than currently exist at lowland locations at that latitude today, which lie to the south of the existing limit of the family.. ...
Common Name Standardized: hawthornOther: English hawthorn, one-seed hawthorn Botanical Name Crataegus monogyna Jacq.Plant Family: Rosaceae
Tylophorine, a phenanthroindolizidine alkaloid, is the major medicinal constituent of herb Tylophora indica. Tylophorine treatment increased the accumulation of c-Jun protein, a component of activator protein 1 (AP1), in carcinoma cells. An in vitro kinase assay revealed that the resultant c-Jun phosphorylation was primarily mediated via activated c-Jun N-terminal protein kinase (JNK). Moreover, flow cytometry indicated that ectopically overexpressed c-Jun in conjunction with tylophorine significantly increased the number of carcinoma cells that were arrested at the G1 phase. The tylophorine-mediated downregulation of cyclin A2 protein levels is known to be involved in the primary G1 arrest. Chromatin immunoprecipitation and reporter assays revealed that tylophorine enhanced the c-Jun downregulation of the cyclin A2 promoter activity upon increased binding of c-Jun to the deregulation AP1 site and decreased binding to the upregulation activating transcription factor (ATF) site in the cyclin A2 ...
Abstract As a result of screening a large number of essential oils from Israeli aromatic plants and their biologically active constituents, we isolated two oils with high activity ..
The police have cracked down hard on demonstrators in the southern Chilean region of Aysén, who have been protesting the areas isolation and high local prices of fuel and food for the past two weeks.
INTRODUCTION. The Lake Region of southern Chile (39 to 44 S and 71 to 74 W), has suitable climatic conditions and soil types for cattle production. Consequently, 56% of the national cattle herd is concentrated in this maritime temperate climatic region, grazed on natural and improved pastures. These cattle produce 60% of the country s milk and 45% of the meat (INE, 1997). Volcanic soils are widespread in southern Chile accounting for 60% of the nation s arable land. They are characterised by low nutrient availability, high phosphorus (P) fixation capacity, high organic matter (OM) content and a pH-dependent cation exchange capacity (Escudey et al., 2001). In developed countries the environmental impact of livestock systems has been widely studied because of the important role of this activity on water, soil and air pollution (Jarvis and Oenema, 2000). It has been estimated that agriculture contributes 37% to 82% of the N input into surface waters of Western Europe (Isermann, 1990). International ...
Alternative Close-ups Day Flora Hawthorn Maloideae Maythorns Nature Plants Shot: 1 assigned downloads, like Common hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) from stock-photos
Morphology. N , 100-300cm. Ecology. mediterranean mountain garigue. Chorology. E-Asia. Xylem. Distinct rings, diffuse porous, vessels solitary, simple perforation, vessel diameter 30-50 µm, fibers with large pits, fibers thin-to thick-walled, parenchyma apotracheal, rays uni and biseriate, homocellular with prostrate cells. For tangential and radial features see Crataegus monogyna Xylem-Code. See annex. Phloem. Side missing. Explanations. For explanations please see the Feature Characteristics. ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Novel Synthetic Strategies for the Development of Tryptophan-Proline Chimeras, Useful Tool for Drug Discovery. AU - De Filippis, Barbara. AU - Fantacuzzi, Marialuigia. AU - Piras, Monica. AU - Baldassarre, Massimiliano. PY - 2016/9. Y1 - 2016/9. N2 - The de novo design of peptides and proteins represents an innovative tool in the early stage of drug research. Over the last thirty years, many studies have been undertaken to develop new strategies of design and synthesis of peptides with specific conformations. Substituted amino acids exhibit significant biological activity, and play an important role in medicinal chemistry. Proline chimeras in particular, are valuable tools for biological investigations. In the literature several strategies for the synthesis of this chimeras are reported. Here we will focus on Tryptophan-Proline and summarize useful methodologies that can be applied to their preparation.. AB - The de novo design of peptides and proteins represents an innovative ...
Read An efficient and high-yielding protocol for the production of Regorafenib via a new synthetic strategy, Research on Chemical Intermediates on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.
This is an area where we exercise caution and make decisions based on in vitro, animal, and case-study research. Mothers arent lining up to test the toxicity of essential oils while pregnant, so the best course of action is to err on the side of caution and avoid or be cautious with essential oils that have shown an adverse effect in the available research. Virtually all essential oil constituents are of the molecular weight that they can cross the placenta. Always consult with your health professional before using essential oils during pregnancy and be aware of evidence-based lists (like the one found in Evidence-Based Essential Oil Therapy) of essential oils that re preferred during pregnancy. ...
Endemic scrub typhus was recently detected on Chiloé Island in southern Chile. We report a series of cases, acquired over a wide geographical range in continental Chile during 2016-2018, demonstrating that this emerging rickettsial infection is also ...
In late June 2019, a potent atmospheric river event carried soaking rain into southern Chile, dropping nearly a month’s worth of precipitation in just 48 hours.
installations in southern Chile Aquaculture, also known as aquafarming, is the farming of aquatic organisms such as fish, crustaceans, molluscs and aquatic plants
BMJ most committed to quality. Nicopure Labs has won a Golden Leaf Award in the BMJ Most committed to quality category for its unwavering commitment to the safety and integrity of its products and manufacturing processes.. Since its creation in 2009, Nicopure Labs has invested significant efforts and resources in developing the purest, best-tasting and highest-quality e-liquids.. Headquartered in Florida, the company sources its ingredients exclusively from reputable U.S.-based suppliers.. To guarantee the integrity of its manufacturing process, Nicopure Labs blends its liquids in a state-of-the-art, ISO 7 cleanroom environment.. The companys production processes are highly automated and closely supervised by closed-circuit monitoring equipment.. Recognizing that safety and integrity are ongoing commitments, the company has invested heavily in additional cleanroom capabilities. A new such facility, co-designed with a leader in pharmaceutical construction, is in the process of being ...
The Apple Maggot Fly (Rhagoletis pomonella) is a fly that is native to North America. Its normal host is the hawthorn tree (Crataegus monogyna). Sometime during the nineteenth century it began to infest apple trees. Since then it has begun to infest cherries, roses, pears and possibly other members of the Rosaceae. Quite a bit of work has been done on the differences between flies infesting hawthorn and flies infesting apple. There appear to be differences in host preferences among populations. Offspring of females collected from on of these two hosts are more likely to select that host for oviposition (Prokopy et al. 1988). Genetic differences between flies on these two hosts have been found at 6 out of 13 allozyme loci (Feder et al. 1988, see also McPheron et al. 1988). Laboratory studies have shown an asynchrony in emergence time of adults between these two host races (Smith 1988). Flies from apple trees take about 40 days to mature, whereas flies from hawthorn trees take 54-60 days to ...
5%) of the cells in the enrichment culture. These results are consistent with the observation that known Desulfovibrio species do not utilize aromatic hydrocarbons, the predominant substrates in the enrichment culture. All known sulfate-reducing bacteria which utilize aromatic compounds belong to a separate branch, the Desulfobacteriaceae (suggested family). Most members of this family are complete oxidizers. For specific hybridization with members of this branch, the probe had to be modified by a nucleotide exchange. Indeed, this modified probe hybridized with more than 95% of the cells in the enrichment culture. The results show that completely oxidizing, alkylbenzene-utilizing sulfate-reducing bacteria rather than Desulfovibrio species have to be considered in attempts to understand the microbiology of sulfide production in oil wells, tanks, and pipelines when no electron donors other than the indigenous oil constituents are available.>. Degradative capacities and 16S rRNA-targeted ...
CHILE – A revered veterinary surgeon from New Zealand is set to discuss bovine tuberculosis (bTB) control to farmers in Southern Chile.
CHILE – A revered veterinary surgeon from New Zealand is set to discuss bovine tuberculosis (bTB) control to farmers in Southern Chile.
These cores of nuclear lava are called corium and they are the size of school buses. Can such a small island drastically affect America and the world with these emissions? The answer is yes. The Jetstream carries the toxins easily around the world and continues to circle the earth over time again and again, never descending until rain or snow brings some down. The bleedover fallout effect is now beginning to affect Australia and the southern hemisphere much faster than scientists originally believe would happen. Some areas of Australia have recorded high radiation levels despite no nuclear reactors on their island continent. This is truly an On the Beach scenario unfolding on the entire planet. Europe and Asia is as much as risk. Southern Chile may be one of the last safe places on earth…for awhile. There is no escaping bioaccumulation. ...
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The long-held view that the first Americans arri ved via land bridge from northern Asia 11,500 years ago and quickly spread throughout the New World is giving way to mounting evidence that migration instead came in multiple waves beginning as long as 20,000 years ago. Skeletal remains, new archaeological discoveries, genetic sleuthing and language analyses are all tending to back that up, showing the early Americas as a busy crossroads of various peoples, according to scientists gathered here for the American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting. While there was agreement about how the old view is being discredited, scientists also acknowledged that evidence coming from their various disciplines does not always point to identical answers. The most startling evidence for archaeologists is the recent discovery of a 12,500-year-old human settlement site in southern Chile - 10,000 miles from where scientists had thought the first humans crossed over, and 1,000 years
First record of Lingulodinium polyedrum (Dinophyceae) resting cysts in coastal sediments from the Inner Sea of Chiloé, Los Lagos Region, southern Chile (~41°-43°S) ...
Eomeropidae is a family of aberrant, flattened scorpionflies represented today by only a single living species, Notiothauma reedi, known from the Nothofagus forests in southern Chile, while all other recognized genera in the family are known only as fossils, with the earliest from Triassic-aged strata, and the youngest from Paleogene-aged strata. †Eomerope. This genus is known from Paleogene fossils from Eocene and Oligocene strata of North America, and Paleocene to Oligocene strata of Russia. Because N. reedi is not known in the fossil record, Eomerope is the youngest of the fossil genera, and has the widest range. †Jurachorista. Known from the early Jurassic, Sinemurian, of Dorset England. †Jurathauma. J. simplex is one of three species of eomeropid scorpionflies from the Middle Jurassic of China. Its wing veins are distinct from all other eomeropids. Notiothauma. N. reedi is a remarkable species, flattened and extremely cockroach-like in appearance and habits. It is nocturnal, and ...
The cytotoxic and antiproliferative properties of many natural sesquiterpene-quinones and -hydroquinones from sponges offer promising opportunities for the development of new drugs. A review dealing with different strategies for obtaining bioactive terpenyl quinones/hydroquinones is presented. The different synthetic approches for the preparation of the most relevant quinones/hydroquinones are described.
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Title:Recent Synthetic Strategies for Monocyclic Azole Nucleus and Its Role in Drug Discovery and Development. VOLUME: 15 ISSUE: 3. Author(s): Neha, Ashish Ranjan Dwivedi, Rakesh Kumar* and Vinod Kumar*. Affiliation:Laboratory of Organic and Medicinal Chemistry, Centre for Pharmaceutical Sciences and Natural Products, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda, Punjab 151 001, Laboratory of Organic and Medicinal Chemistry, Centre for Pharmaceutical Sciences and Natural Products, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda, Punjab 151 001, Laboratory of Organic Chemistry, Centre for Chemical Sciences, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda, Punjab 151001, Laboratory of Organic and Medicinal Chemistry, Centre for Pharmaceutical Sciences and Natural Products, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda, Punjab 151 001. Keywords:Azole, heterocycles, pyrrole, pyrazole, imidazole, triazole, tetrazole, pentazole, synthetic strategies.. Abstract:Background: In recent years, the development and diversification of ...
Biological action on cariogenic bacteria. The analysis of results shows that a different propolis sample does not have the same inhibitory activity on bacterial growth, but all of them inhibited the mutans streptococci growth. Also, we can see that this activity has a direct relation with the concentration of polyphenols, as determined by the Folin-Ciocalteau method (Table 2). The EEP P001 and P008 from central Chile showed the lowest antimicrobial activity (MIC 6.67 and 8.22, respectively). Similarly, highlighting the propolis P019 and P020, from southern Chile showed the highest antimicrobial activity (MIC 1.94 and 0.90, respectively). When comparing the MIC for S. mutans and S. sobrinus according to the sample origin we observed for both of them that MIC was lowest with southern propolis (p = 0.011 and p = 0.007, respectively). In addition, the statistical analyses showed that propolis from southern Chile (P013 to P020) have the highest polyphenols contents when compared with other regions of ...
This very distinctive and rather atypical Phyllobius is the only member of the subgenus Nemoicus Dillwyn, 1828, a group that has occasionally been considered as a distinct genus. It is a native and locally common species throughout Europe including Corsica, Sardinia and the Canary Islands etc. extending north to Scandinavia and east to Siberia, and in the Nearctic it is adventive and established in the north-eastern United States and eastern Canada. It is generally common throughout England and Wales extending to West Perth in Scotland. Typical habitats are wooded borders, hedgerows and wooded parkland etc. and the adults are active from April until July although at higher latitudes the season may extend to the end of August. Adults are short-lived; they feed upon tender foliage for a week or two and then disperse by flight and so local populations may appear and disappear quite suddenly, they feed on the fresh foliage of a wide range of trees and shrubs e.g. Salix spp., Crataegus monogyna, ...
WASHINGTON - Remains of meals that included seaweed are helping confirm the date of a settlement in southern Chile that may offer the earliest evidence of humans in the Americas. The prevailing theory has been that people followed herds of migrating animals across an ancient land bridge between Siberia and Alaska, and then moved southward along the West coast. There is a continuous mountain chain along the western side of the Americas, Dillehay explained in a briefing, with thousands of rivers and streams flowing down the mountains to the ocean. Other food remains found there include vegetables, nuts, shellfish, an extinct species of llama and an elephant-like animal called a gomphothere.
Propolis is commercialized in Chile as an antimicrobial agent. It is obtained mainly from central and southern Chile, but is used for the same purposes regardless of its origin. To compare the antimicrobial effect, the total phenolic (TP), the total flavonoid (TF) content and the phenolic composition, 19 samples were collected in the main production centers in the Región del Maule, Chile. Samples were extracted with MeOH and assessed for antimicrobial activity against Gram (+) and Gram (−) bacteria. TP and TF content, antioxidant activity by the DPPH, FRAP and TEAC methods were also determined. Sample composition was assessed by HPLD-DAD-ESI-MS/MS. Differential compounds in the samples were isolated and characterized. The antimicrobial effect of the samples showed MICs ranging from 31.5 to > 1000 µg/mL. Propolis from the central valley was more effective as antibacterial than those from the coastal area or Andean slopes. The samples considered of interest (MIC ≤ 62.5 µg/mL) showed effect on
About 40 years ago, when the Monte Verde archaeological site in southern Chile was dated to 14,800 years ago, conventional ideas of American anthropology were turned on their heads. Until then, the Clovis First theory, which held that modern humans only began populating the Americas from Asia via the Bering land bridge roughly 13,500 years ago, was widely accepted. That people had lived thousands of kilometers farther south more than 1,000 years before the Clovis culture arose came as a shock initially, but the idea, and the Monte Verde site, has gradually become accepted over time.. ...
USDA, ARS, Germplasm Resources Information Network. Crataegus rhipidophylla in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. Accessed on 07-Oct-06 ...
This name record (from RJP) was not included in version 1 of The Plant List. It is possible the same name was included from a different data source, to check this you can search for Crataegus jejuna in version 1 of The Plant List.. ...
Artist: Angela Ho AhoyTitle: From Out The Heartwood Came The CultureMedium: 4 colour Risograph print on 300gsm art paperEdition size: Edition of 15 - Signed and numbered by the artistPrint Size: 26.5cm x 33cmFramed Size: 29.5cm x 36cm The sturdy timber from the heartwood of the Tree Spirit is whittled into fine ins
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Title:A Short Review on the Synthetic Strategies of Duocarmycin Analogs that are Powerful DNA Alkylating Agents. VOLUME: 15 ISSUE: 5. Author(s):Pravin C. Patil, Vijay Satam and Moses Lee. Affiliation:Department of Chemistry, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA 30303, USA.. Keywords:Antitumor-antibiotics, apoptosis, centanamycin, duocarmycins, tafuramycin A.. Abstract:The duocarmycins and CC-1065 are members of a class of DNA minor groove, AT-sequence selective, and adenine-N3 alkylating agents, isolated from Streptomyces sp. that exhibit extremely potent cytotoxicity against the growth of cancer cells grown in culture. Initial synthesis and structural modification of the cyclopropa[c] pyrrolo[3,2-e]indole (CPI) DNA-alkylating motif as well as the indole non-covalent binding region in the 1980s have led to several compounds that entered clinical trials as potential anticancer drugs. However, due to significant systemic toxicity none of the analogs have passed clinical evaluation. As a result, ...
Shark Liver Oil Complex Softgels 500 mg 100% Pure Norwegian, Supplying Shark Liver Oil Constituents: Alkoxylglycerols and Squalene Sugar, Salt and Starch Free Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement for adults, two (2) softgels daily, preferably at mealtime, or as directed by a healthcare practitioner. Serving Size 2 Softgels Amount Per 2 Softgels Ingredients: Shark Liver Oil (alkoxylglycerols 100 mg [20%]) 500 mg Total Fat 0.5 g (less than 1%) Calories from Fat 5 less than Calories 10 less than Cholesterol 5 mg (2%) Squalene 500 mg To assure freshness and potency, store in a cool, dry place, away from heat, light and moisture. Other Ingredients: Gelatin, Glycerin, Water.
Adored by beavers, once found in beers of north western Germany during the Middle Ages and used as an effective insect repellant or a perfumery ingredient, myrica gale oils constituents can shed new light to formulators on other ways it can be used in FF.
Adored by beavers, once found in beers of north western Germany during the Middle Ages and used as an effective insect repellant or a perfumery ingredient, myrica gale oils constituents can shed new light to formulators on other ways it can be used in FF.
CONTRERAS, P. A.; CEBALLOS, A.; MATAMOROS, R. e WITTWER, F.. Iodine concentration in forages from dairy farms in the IXth and Xth Regions of Chile. Arch. med. vet. [online]. 2003, vol.35, n.1, pp.75-79. ISSN 0301-732X. http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0301-732X2003000100007.. Iodine (I) content of rations is a factor associated with the blood concentration of thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3) in cattle. In herds from southern Chile, low blood concentrations of T4 in grazing dairy cows have been reported. The objective was to obtain information about the I content in forage samples from dairy farms in the IXth and Xth Regions of Chile. During 1999 forage samples were taken from 25 dairy farms located in both Regions. The I concentration was analysed by a kinetic-colorimetric method. Mean, standard deviation and ranges and the frequency of samples with values below 0.4 ppm on a dry matter basis (normal value) were obtained. The average of I concentration in the forage samples was 0.20±0.08 ppm. ...
Historically, cougars were once one of the most widely distributed land mammals on earth, ranging from the Atlantic to Pacific oceans and from northern British Columbia to southern Chile. In the United States, the cougars were pushed back to the American West with the arrival of European settlers. Although they have been extirpated for more than 100 years, cougars have been reported in the middle part of the U.S. over the past two decades with more than 800 instances of confirmed cougar presence from 1990-2015 ...
Quetzals are known to eat up to 41 species of fruit however much of their biology seems tied not to any one species but to the fruiting patterns of a single family, the Lauraceae (Wheelright, 1983). Quetzals are altitudinal migrants. They breed and nest in montane forests and migrate to lower altitudes where they remain for the non-breeding season (Powell and Bjork, 1994). Breeding occurs during the peak of fruiting in the Lauraceae and emigration occurs when there is a relative paucity of lauraceous fruits even though other species of fruits are available (Wheelright, 1983). Quetzals morphology and geographical distribution also reflect their dependence on the Lauraceae. The Trogonidae and Lauraceae have possibly been in association since the late Cretaceous or early Tertiary, both families are pantropical with present centers of diversity in the Neotropics and Southeast Asia (Sibley and Ahlquist, 1990). It has been theorized that the quetzals and Lauraceae (whose fruits they depend on and ...
Fingerprint Dive into the research topics of Synthetic strategies to nanostructured photocatalysts for CO,sub,2,/sub, reduction to solar fuels and chemicals. Together they form a unique fingerprint. ...
A simple, cost-effective synthetic strategy for highly stable, proton conductive polyphenylene membranes is reported. The title polyphenylene ionomer (SPP-BP) is easily prepared from dichlorobenzenesulfonic acid and dichlorobiphenyls. The SPP-BP membrane with an optimized m-biphenylene/p-biphenylene ratio (i
Ongoing Research Projects. Our research is focused on the development of novel synthetic strategies towards bioactive compounds. Two main research topics are currently being developed:. 1) synthesis of complex glycoconjugates involved in cellular recognition processes. The ultimate goal is the synthesis of glycoconjugates and the study of their interaction with crucial proteins involved in important cellular pathways;. 2) a rational drug design approach towards novel anti-inflammatory drugs - a small molecule (heterocyclic structures) approach.. ...
In this study, we focus on synthesis of patterned-zeolite films and the potential application of a silver-derived form of this film as a biocidal agent. The synthetic strategy has been to develop a patterned porous alumina substrate using soft lithographic methods. These patterns have dimensions in the range of 5-100 . Previously patterned PDMS and PMMA molds were used to define surface microfeat
Angiosperm Phylogeny Group. (2009). An update of the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group classification for the orders and families of flowering plants: APG III. ,em,Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society.,/em, 161(2): 105-121. 10.1111/j.1095-8339.2009.00996.x ...
Cryptocarya angustifolia E. Mey. ex Meisn. Cryptocarya latifolia Sond. Cryptocarya liebertiana Engl. Cryptocarya myrtifolia ... Cryptocarya transvaalensis Burtt Davy Cryptocarya woodii Engl. Cryptocarya wyliei Stapf Ocotea bullata (Burch.) E. Meyer in ... Stapf Cryptocarya natalensis (Ross) Kosterm. (Beilschmiedia natalensis J.H.Ross) (Dahlgrenodendron natalense (J.H. Ross) J. v.d ...
Cryptocarya glaucescens). Bollygum (Litsea reticulata). Introduced weeds such as lantana (Lantana camara) have also gained a ...
Cryptocarya micrantha Meisn. Cryptocarya moschata Nees et Mart. ex Nees Endlicheria paniculata (Spreng.) J.F.Macbr. Nectandra ...
longiracemosa Domin (1926) Cryptocarya multicostata Domin (1926) - Cryptocarya hypospodia F.Muell. Cryptocarya triplinervis var ... euryphylla Domin (1926) - Cryptocarya triplinervis R.Br. Psoralea dietrichiae Domin (1926) - Cullen australasicum (Schltdl.) J. ...
Boldea boldus (=Peumus boldus). Cryptocarya alba (Molina) Looser. Laureliopsis philippiana (Looser) Schodde as Laurelia. ...
Cryptocarya glaucescens R.Br. Cryptocarya obovata R.Br. Cryptocarya triplinervis R.Br. Cryptostegia grandiflora Roxb. ex R.Br. ...
Cryptocarya hypospodia F.Muell. Cryptocarya mackinnoniana F.Muell. Cryptocarya murrayi F.Muell. Cullen balsamicum (F.Muell.) J. ...
endemic Cryptocarya latifolia Sond. not indigenous, naturalised, invasive Cryptocarya liebertiana Engl. endemic Cryptocarya ... myrtifolia Stapf, endemic Cryptocarya transvaalensis Burtt Davy, indigenous Cryptocarya woodii Engl. endemic Cryptocarya wyliei ... indigenous Genus Cryptocarya Cryptocarya angustifolia E.Mey. ex Meisn. ...
The larvae feed on Cryptocarya woodii. Papilio euphranor is a member of the hesperus species group. The members of the clade ...
Their food plant is Cryptocarya triplinervis. Charaxes latona latona (Bacan) Charaxes latona artemis Rothschild, 1900 (Sula) ...
Net veins clearly seen as in Cryptocarya microneura. Mid rib colour is creamy yellow. Flowers appear from June to October, ...
are of ruminate form, while those of the Madagascan species of Cryptocarya are not. The genus includes species of evergreen ... The 'Ravensara oil' of commerce is sourced not only from the named genus, also from the similarly aromatic genus Cryptocarya. ... in 2001, it was found to be part of a strongly supported clade that also includes Beilschmiedia, Potameia, Cryptocarya, ... While the Madagascan species placed in Ravensara and Cryptocarya are still poorly known, the subsuming of Ravensara in ...
The larvae feed on Cryptocarya liebertiana and Ocotea usambarensis. Papilio pelodurus is a member of the hesperus species-group ...
The use of Cryptocarya leaves in bedding indicates that early use of herbal medicines may have awarded selective advantages to ... Cryptocarya species are still used extensively in traditional medicine. The Howiesons Poort occupation manufactured blade tools ... The leaves were all from Cape laurel (Cryptocarya woodii) which, when crushed, are aromatic and contain traces of α-pyrones, ...
Fruits eaten include Cryptocarya alba, Lithraea caustica and Prosopanche spp. The South American gray fox breeds in early ...
The evergreens include Chinese banyan (Ficus microcarpa) and Chinese cryptocarya (Cryptocarya chinensis); deciduous trees ...
The rare Stinking Cryptocarya and Scented Acronychia are known from this area. The reserve is a sanctuary for many endangered ...
The larvae feed on Cryptocarya murrayi, Litsea leefeana, Litsea australis and Endiandra hypotephra. They skeletonize the leaves ...
Ficalhoa laurifolia and Cryptocarya liebertiana are the main emergent trees in the rainforest. Mts. Uzumara and Chimaliro ...
The larvae feed on Syncarpia glomulifera, Eucalyptus scabra, Cryptocarya glaucescens and Hibiscus tiliaceus. They feed from ...
Brasil to Central America Cryptocarya latifolia (bastard stinkwood); South Africa Dysoxylum alliaceum (german Knoblauchbaum); ...
Also frequently eaten were the fruits of various cinnamon trees, Litsea, Neolitsea and Cryptocarya. Less important food were ...
"A phylogenetic analysis of the Cryptocarya group (Lauraceae), and relationships of Dahlgrenodendron, Sinopora, Triadodaphne, ...
The bedding consists of sedge and other monocotyledons topped with the leaves of Cryptocarya woodii Engl. Europe Beds found in ...
A Cryptocarya specimen found adjacent to the main track has so far not been definitively identified; it may be a species seldom ...
Cryptocarya latifolia). Pooley, T. and Player, I. (1995). KwaZulu-Natal Wildlife Destinations. ISBN 1-86812-487-8. Empisini ...
The coastal plains and lower elevations are covered by evergreen laurel-Castanopsis forests, dominated by Chinese Cryptocarya ( ... At higher elevations, Japanese blue oak (Quercus glauca) replaces Cryptocarya and Castanopsis as the dominant tree. As ... Cryptocarya chinensis) and Castanopsis hystrix, with scattered stands of the subtropical pine Pinus massoniana. ...
Maiden, Joseph (1902). "On a new Cryptocarya from Lord Howe Island, together with notes on other plants from that island". ... Maiden, Joseph (1902). "On a new Cryptocarya from Lord Howe Island, together with notes on other plants from that island". ...
Cryptocarya glaucescens). The endangered shrub species Solanum celatum has also been recorded on the Cambewarra Range reserve, ...
In the field it may be difficult to distinguish between the similar Cryptocarya rigida and Neolitsea dealbata. Floyd, A. G. ( ...
Cryptocarya bidwillii - yellow laurel (Australia) Cryptocarya caesia Cryptocarya chinensis Cryptocarya chingii Cryptocarya ... Cryptocarya oahuensis (Oahu) Cryptocarya oblata Cryptocarya obovata (Australia) Cryptocarya obtusifolia Cryptocarya odorata ... Cryptocarya acuminata Cryptocarya alba - peumo (Chile) Cryptocarya angulata - ivory laurel (Australia) Cryptocarya aristata ... Cryptocarya ferrarsii Cryptocarya ferrea Cryptocarya floydii - gorge laurel (Australia) Cryptocarya foetida - stinking laurel ( ...
Cryptocarya wightiana is a small tree or shrub found in Indian Subcontinent. Purplish black, globosa, smooth, shining drupe. ... lauraceae.myspecies.info/category/lauraceae/lauraceae/cryptocarya/cryptocarya-wightiana-griffithii http://iucnredlist.org/ ...
Cryptocarya chingii W. C. Cheng, Contr. Biol. Lab. Sci. Soc. China, Bot. Ser. 10: 111. 1936. 硬壳桂 ying ke gui Cryptocarya laui ...
Cryptocarya chinensis (Hance) Hemsl. 厚壳桂 Description from Flora of China. Beilschmiedia chinensis Hance, J. Bot. 20: 79. 1882. ...
... heartwood and fruits of Cryptocarya massoy (Lauraceae) afforded pale yellow-coloured oils in 0.7, 1.2 and 1.0 % yields, ... Keywords: Cryptocarya massoy; Lauraceae; massoia lactones; 5; 6-dihydro-6-pentyl-2H-pyran-2-one (C-10 massoia lactone); benzyl ... Comparative Chemical Analysis of the Essential Oil Constituents in the Bark, Heartwood and Fruits of Cryptocarya massoy (Oken) ... Comparative Chemical Analysis of the Essential Oil Constituents in the Bark, Heartwood and Fruits of Cryptocarya massoy (Oken) ...
Cryptocarya-derived crude extracts and their compounds have been reported to have an antiproliferation effect on several types ... Anti-inflammatory flavonoids from Cryptocarya chingii. Phytochemistry. 2012;76:98-105.View ArticlePubMedGoogle Scholar. ... Cryptocarya (family Lauraceae) is widely found in the tropics and subtropics [6]. Its crude extracts have been demonstrated to ... Several Cryptocarya-derived compounds have been found to have diverse biological functions, i.e., anti-dengue virus by ...
Table 4. Germination of wheat mixed with different concentrations of powder and essential oil of Cryptocarya alba. †g powder kg ... Table 5. Repellence index of powder and essential oil of Cryptocarya alba against adults of Sitophilus zeamais. †g powder kg-1 ... Table 1. Chemical composition of the essential oil from Cryptocarya alba. †Retention time. ††Compounds identified by comparison ... Table 2. Mortality by contact effect of essential oil and powder of Cryptocarya alba against adults of Sitophilus zeamais and ...
Cryptocarya aschersoniana Mez. 212. 70. Endlicheria paniculata (Spreng.) J. F. Macbr.. 3. 10. ...
Cryptocarya (Lauraceae); Ilex (Aquifoliaceae); Syzygium/Eugenia (Myrtaceae); Pittosporum (Pittosporaceae); Weinmannia ( ...
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Cytotoxic constitutents from Cryptocarya maclurei by Rui Feng; Ting Wang; Wei Wei; Ren Xiang Tan; Hui Ming Ge (147-153). ... Flavonoids, cryptogiones G-K, and a polyketide, cryptomaclurone, were isolated from the stems of Cryptocarya maclurei. A ... The polyketide exhibited moderate cytotoxicity.A phytochemical study of Cryptocarya maclurei led to isolation of five ... Cryptomaclurone exhibited moderate cytotoxicity.Display Omitted► Phytochemical constituents of Cryptocarya maclurei were ...
Cassytha weakly linked with Cryptocarya, Endiandra, etc., [Caryodaphnopsis + Neocinnamomum] were the next clade from the base, ... 6/710: Cryptocarya (350), Beilschmiedia (250), Endiandra (80). Pantropical, some subtropical, to New Zealand. ... Relationships are beginning to be resolved within the Cryptocarya clade (Rohwer et al. 2014). Litsea is polyphyletic, although ... 2007), pollen of the Cryptocarya group - and general references - from Rohwer (2018), some embryological details from Sastri ( ...
The fruits of Actinodaphne, Cinnamomum, Cryptocarya, Lindera, Litsea, and Syndiclis contain abundant oil and fat. Cinnamomum ... Leaves triplinerved and alternate: Cinnamomum p.p., Cryptocarya p.p., Lindera p.p., Neocinnamomum.. Leaves triplinerved and ...
For diverse communities of omnivorous insects such as ants, the extent of direct consumption of plant-derived resources vs. predation is largely unknown. However, determination of the extent of...
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Granivoría en Crypto-carya alba (Mol.) Looser (Lauraceae): los efectos del tipo de hábitat y la densidad de semillas. Rev. Chil ...
"Boldo") and Cryptocarya alba Mol. Looser ("Peumo") are medicinal shrubs with wide geographical distribution in South America. ... Después de seis meses, el orden de pérdida de peso seco fue Nothofagus obliqua > P. radiata > Peumus boldus > Cryptocarya alba ... Antimutagenic evaluation of traditional medicinal plants from South America Peumus boldus and Cryptocarya alba using Drosophila ... Cryptocarya alba, Aextoxicon punctatum and Luma apiculata in a coastal forest of the Hualpén peninsula (36 S. Leaf shape and ...
Only 7 species were native (14.6%): Crinodendron patagua Mol., Cryptocarya alba (Mol.) Looser, Maytenus boaria Mol., Persea ...
Lectotypification of names of Brazilian species of Cryptocarya (Lauraceae) pp. 789-795(7) Author: de Moraes, Pedro Luís ...
He is commemorated with Cryptocarya liebertiana. (CRC World Dictionary of Plant Names). ...
THREE NEW 5,6-DIHYDRO-α-PYRONES ISOLATED FROM CRYPTOCARYA NITENS (2018) ...
One year-old Quillaja saponaria (deep-rooted) and Cryptocarya alba (shallow-rooted) seedlings were established under two ... As target species, we used Quillaja saponaria (deep-rooted) and Cryptocarya alba (shallow-rooted) saplings. Both are endemic ... One year-old Quillaja saponaria (deep-rooted) and Cryptocarya alba (shallow-rooted) seedlings were established under two ... Cryptocarya alba (Lauraceae) is an evergreen and shade-tolerant late-successional species that grows in moist areas [50], and ...
Constituents of an extract of Cryptocarya rubra housed in a repository with cytotoxic and glucose transport inhibitory effects. ...
Poison Walnut (Cryptocarya pleurosperma) bark irritating to skin, dust may cause asthma, nausea, giddiness, sap is toxic and ...
Cryptocarya massoia (Family, Lauraceae) *Used in improving circulation and reputed to have some aphrodisiac qualities. Hightens ...
... and Total Synthesis of Cryptolaevilactone M from Cryptocarya laevigata. ...
Persea and Cryptocarya are found in many tropical regions, and Cinnamomum is widely distributed in all the major tropical and ... Persea and Cryptocarya are found in many tropical regions, and Cinnamomum is widely distributed in all the major tropical and ...
  • Cryptocarya is a genus of evergreen trees belonging to the laurel family, Lauraceae. (wikipedia.org)
  • In a recent generic classification of Lauraceae based on DNA sequence, Cryptocarya was found to be part of a strongly supported clade that also includes Beilschmiedia, Potameia, Endiandra and Aspidostemon. (wikipedia.org)
  • Exhaustive hydro-distillation of the bark, heartwood and fruits of Cryptocarya massoy (Lauraceae) afforded pale yellow-coloured oils in 0.7, 1.2 and 1.0 % yields, respectively. (mdpi.com)
  • Cryptocarya woodii flowers in November with small inconspicuous flowers. (wikipedia.org)
  • We are encouraged in this view by the presence of many Cryptocarya woodii leaves found on the surface of 77-ka sedge bedding at Sibudu (Wadley L et al. (scielo.org.za)
  • Cryptocarya woodii has insecticidal and larvacidal properties and members of the Laurel family are well known for their medicinal properties. (scielo.org.za)
  • ex Nees (Brazil) Cryptocarya multipaniculata Cryptocarya murrayi - Murray's laurel (Australia) Cryptocarya natalensis = Dahlgrenodendron natalense (South Africa) Cryptocarya nigra (Indonesia) Cryptocarya nitens (Indonesia) Cryptocarya nova-anglica - mountain laurel (Australia) Cryptocarya oahuensis (O'ahu) Cryptocarya oblata Cryptocarya obovata (Australia) Cryptocarya obtusifolia Cryptocarya odorata Cryptocarya onoprienkoana - rose maple (Queensland) Cryptocarya palawanensis (Philippines) - endangered Cryptocarya palmerstonii syn. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Chilean Cryptocarya alba and the Australian C. erythroxylon and C. foveolata of the mountains of New South Wales are outstanding for their frost tolerance within a genus having its majority of species growing in tropical climate. (wikipedia.org)
  • or in home gardens in densely settled urban areas and monocultural rural agricultural areas, Pacific Islanders have selected for incorporation into their agroforestry systems a wide range of tree and tree-like species that meet their particular en vironmental and cultural needs. (nzdl.org)
  • Only one species, Cryptocarya densiflora, shows any enhanced discriminatory power sooner than the addition of the matK gene to rbcLa. (centralparkcarriagesofficial.org)
  • 1995. Granivoría en Crypto-carya alba (Mol. (springer.com)
  • One year-old Quillaja saponaria (deep-rooted) and Cryptocarya alba (shallow-rooted) seedlings were established under two watering treatments (2 L·week −1 ·plant −1 and no water) in a complete randomized design. (mdpi.com)
  • The genus name Cryptocarya is from a Greek word krypto meaning to hide, karya meaning a walnut tree, the fruit of which was known as karyon, a word also used to describe other fruits. (wikipedia.org)
  • Cryptocarya is a genus of great ecological importance. (wikipedia.org)
  • Persea and Cryptocarya are found in many tropical regions, and Cinnamomum is widely distributed in all the major tropical and subtropical regions. (britannica.com)
  • Comparative Chemical Analysis of the Essential Oil Constituents in the Bark, Heartwood and Fruits of Cryptocarya massoy (Oken) Kosterm. (mdpi.com)
  • Massoy Bark Oil (Cryptocarya massoy) - essential aromatic oil. (oridel.com)
  • Brazil) Cryptocarya microneura - murrogun (Australia) Cryptocarya moschata Nees et Mart. (wikipedia.org)
  • The genera Endiandra and Cryptocarya are identified, which are no longer in the extant flora of New Zealand, and Beilschmiedia and Litsea which are in the extant flora. (palaeo-electronica.org)
  • Se evaluó en laboratorio la actividad insecticida de polvo y extractos líquidos etanólicos y hexánicos del boldo ( Peumus boldus Molina sobre S. zeamais y T. castaneum. (worldwidescience.org)
  • Other groups including various contents of pollen of Eucalyptus , Salix or Prunus and other native resources such as Peumus , Cryptocarya and Quillaja are not well defined. (scielo.org.ar)
  • Among the substances isolated from Cryptocarya sp, some styrylpyrones, such as goniothalamin, demonstrate antiproliferative activity in a broad range of human cell lines. (unesp.br)
  • Cryptocarya and Tetranthera , genera of Laurineae , a Podocarpus , in habit like Taxus elongatus , Marsdenia rostrata , and Tylophora sp . (blogspot.fr)
  • Cryptocarya -derived crude extracts and their compounds have been reported to have an antiproliferation effect on several types of cancers but their impact on oral cancer is less well understood. (biomedcentral.com)
  • The essential oils from leaves of four Cryptocarya spp endemic in the Brazilian Atlantic rain forest were obtained by hydrodistillation and shown by GC-MS analysis to contain mono and sesquiterpenes. (unesp.br)
  • Cryptocarya wightiana is a small tree or shrub found in Indian Subcontinent. (wikipedia.org)
  • Using Cryptocarya leaves in bedding indicates that early use of herbal medicines might have awarded selective advantages to humans, and the use of such plants implies a brand new dimension to the habits of early humans presently. (porcamandioca.com)