It is obtained from small thorny flowering trees of the genus Commiphora, which is a part of the incense-tree family ( ... "Species identity - Commiphora myrrha". International center for research in agroforestry. Archived from the original on 2011-09 ...
It grows in mixed deciduous bushland with Acacia spp., Terminalia orbicularis, Commiphora spp., Sesamothamnus spp. and others, ...
Commiphora dispersed throughout Africa during the Middle Eocene (about 44 Mya) and from Africa to Madagascar during the ... The next divergence was in the Early Eocene when the Burserinae (i.e. Commiphora) diverged and emigrated from North America ... Myrrh- Commiphora Chemistry. Biomed. Papers, 149(1): 3-28. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Burseraceae. (Webarchive ... The Bursereae, which are further split into subtribes Boswelliinae and Burserinae, contain Commiphora (nearly 200 species and ...
Commiphora wightii, syn. C. mukul: Bdellium has been seriously considered as the ancient onycha. The tree, which grows in ...
ex DC.) Commiphora gileadensis (L.) C.Chr. (as A. gileadensis L. or A. opobalsamum L.) Commiphora kataf (Forssk.) Engl. (as A. ...
From the genus Commiphora, opobalsamum is a relative of the official myrrh known as Commiphora myrrha and produces a myrrh ... Commiphora opobalsamum [L.] Engl. Mecca myrrh) is a rare type of myrrh in the genus Commiphora. Some writers believe that ... Opoponax (Commiphora guidottii) is a member of the myrrh family and has been considered to have been Stacte. It is sometimes ... Tucker says that "Common myrrh is obtained from Commiphora myrrha; this is the species from which . . . stacte, was obtained." ...
indigenous Commiphora capensis (Sond.) Engl. indigenous Commiphora cervifolia J.J.A.van der Walt, indigenous Commiphora edulis ... indigenous Commiphora marlothii Engl. indigenous Commiphora merkeri Engl. accepted as Commiphora viminea Burtt Davy, present ... indigenous Commiphora schimperi (O.Berg) Engl. indigenous Commiphora tenuipetiolata Engl. indigenous Commiphora viminea Burtt ... indigenous Commiphora namaensis Schinz, indigenous Commiphora neglecta I.Verd. indigenous Commiphora pyracanthoides Engl. ...
The larvae feed on Commiphora africana. Nepticulidae and Opostegidae of the world v t e (Articles with short description, Short ...
It mainly eats Commiphora for living. Approximately 13,000 animals are estimated to remain in the wild; and about 20 are kept ...
It is known from South Africa (it was described from the Langjan Nature Reserve). The larvae feed on Commiphora pyracanthoides ...
Commiphora spp., A. nigrescence, A. digitata, and T. sericea. Flora Some of the floral; species of Zimbabwe are: Conyza ...
Among the Sudanian element species, the following may be mentioned: Ficus spp., Acacia mellifera, Grewia villosa, Commiphora ...
They generally prefer Acacieae woodlands over Commiphora. They are water-dependent and live in more mesic environments than ...
1] "Southern Acacia-Commiphora bushlands and thickets". World Wildlife Fund ecoregion profile. Accessed 8 September 2019. [2] ... Most of the region is in the Southern Acacia-Commiphora bushlands and thickets ecoregion, with extensive grasslands punctuated ... Southern Acacia-Commiphora bushlands and thickets, Important Bird Areas of Tanzania, Great Ruaha River). ... by woodlands of Acacia and Commiphora trees. There are areas of miombo woodland along the southern end of the plain, on the ...
Its habitat is in Acacia-Commiphora scrub. In Oman, Saudi Arabia and Yemen it occurs on mountain slopes. Lansdown, R.V. (2013 ...
Commiphora saxicola Engl. Commiphora schimperi (O. Berg) Engl. Commiphora schlechteri Engl. Commiphora serrata Engl. Commiphora ... Commiphora ugogensis Engl. Commiphora virgata Engl. Commiphora wildii Merxm. Commiphora woodii Engl. Commiphora zanzibarica ( ... Commiphora karibensis Wild Commiphora kraeuseliana Heine Commiphora marlothii Engl. Commiphora merkeri Engl. Commiphora mollis ... Commiphora pilosa, Commiphora sambesiaca) Commiphora anacardiifolia Dinter & Engl. Commiphora angolensis Engl. Commiphora ...
"Food-Info.net : Anthocyanins and anthocyanidins". Chemical study of bark from Commiphora angolensis Engl. Cardoso Do Vale, J., ... glucoside Petunidin-3-O-galactoside Petunidin-3-rutinoside The bark of Commiphora angolensis contains petunidin-3- ...
The bark of Commiphora angolensis contains condensed tannins. Commercial sources of condensed tannins are plants such as ... doi:10.1111/j.1399-3054.1977.tb04063.x. Chemical study of bark from Commiphora angolensis Engl. Cardoso Do Vale, J., Bol Escola ...
Gupta P, Shivanna KR, Mohan Ram HY (1996). "Apomixis and polyembryony in the guggul plant, Commiphora wightii". Ann Bot. 78: 67 ...
Commiphora kataf, Commiphora myrrha, Commiphora kua, and Commiphora gileadensis. Other trees and shrubs include Euphorbia ... Acacia-Commiphora woodlands predominate up to 1000 meters elevation. They consist of drought-deciduous open woodlands and thorn ... Acacia-Commiphora woodlands are characteristic of the dry East African lowlands and foothills, and the Southwestern Arabian ... Acacia-Commiphora woodlands continue up to 1800 meters elevation, and these higher-elevation woodlands are characterized by ...
They prefer Commiphora, Acacia, Boscia, Dichrostachys and Maerua species. They often gather in areas with leafy Commiphora ... They are thought to be more commonly found in areas where Commiphora shrubs grow. They occur within the altitude range of 200 ...
It lives in Acacia-Commiphora bushlands and barren plains. Ecologically, this species is intermediate between the arid-living ...
Massoud, A. M.; El-Shazly, A. M.; Nagaty, I. M.; Morsy, T. A. (2007). "Commiphora molmol extracts as plant molluscicide against ... Oil extract of the gum myrrh Commiphora myrrha has molluscicidal activity against Radix natalensis. A cladogram shows the ...
Lesser kudus occupy savanna near Acacia and Commiphora shrubs. They rely on thickets for protection, so they are rarely seen in ...
... bdellium is Commiphora wightii, which produces a similar resin; and Aristolochia is a widely distributed genus which includes A ...
Another commonly used name, Commiphora molmol, is now considered a synonym for Commiphora myrrha. Commiphora myrrha is native ... Al Faraj, S (2005). "Antagonism of the anticoagulant effect of warfarin caused by the use of Commiphora molmol as a herbal ... Myrrh gum is commonly harvested from the species Commiphora myrrha. ... refers specifically to Commiphora myrrha. The other two are Al-Shih (possibly mugwort) and Sa'tar (or Za'atar - thyme). ...
... but classified by some botanists as Commiphora opobalsamum, and which has yet still the other taxonomic name of Commiphora ... 30:34, and has the connotation of balsam wood (Commiphora gileadensis). One of the explanations given by Rabbi Nathan ben ... 30:34 has the connotation of balsam wood (Commiphora gileadensis). Qafih appears to be relying on the authority of Maimonides ... Commiphora myrrha, syn. Balsamodendrum myrrha) rather than the musk absolute. He notes that in Shir haShirim Rabbah, the "mōr" ...
socotrana, Ziziphus spina-christi, and species of Boswellia and Commiphora. Grasses and herbs grow during periods of sufficient ...
Characteristic trees are species of Terminalia, Commiphora, Boswellia, and Acacia. Areas of the south and west with higher ...
The essential oil of Commiphora africana contains predominantly α-thujene, α- and β-pinene, and p-cymene. Bdellium is used in ... 2005), "Myrrh-Commiphora Chemistry", Biomed. Papers, 149 (1): 3-23, doi:10.5507/bp.2005.001, PMID 16170385 James A. Duke (2008 ... Bdellium /ˈdɛliəm/ (also bdellion or false myrrh) is a semi-transparent oleo-gum resin extracted from Commiphora wightii plants ... Pliny the Elder, in his Natural History (12:36), describes the best bdellium coming from Bactria (identified as Commiphora ...