Illicium parviflorum. Ipomaea Jalapa, Bot. Mag. t. 1572. - Michauxii. - sagittifolia. Ipomopsis elegans, Bot. Reg. t. 1281. ...
Illicium anisatum). 1883 : "Phytochemische Notizen ueber einige Japanische Pflanzen" The Botanical Relations of Illicium ... Religiosum, Sieb., Illicium Anisatum, Lour. J. F. Eykman, American Journal of Pharmacy, 1881, volume 53, Number 8 (article) ...
"The botanical relations of Illicium religiosum Sieb., Illicium anisatum Lour". American Journal of Pharmacy. 53 (8). Enrich, L ... Its name comes from the Japanese flower shikimi (シキミ, the Japanese star anise, Illicium anisatum), from which it was first ... In the pharmaceutical industry, shikimic acid from the Chinese star anise (Illicium verum) is used as a base material for ...
Schisandraceae Illicium sp. - similar to Illicium floridanum Dilleniaceae Hibbertia bognorensis Tetracera? cantiensis Tetracera ...
Illicium, Pimpinella and Foeniculum. CRC Press, 2004. pp. 205 Peter, K.V. (2012). Handbook of herbs and spices Volume 2. p. 143 ... Illicium verum) widely used in South Asian, Southeast Asian, and East Asian dishes. Star anise is considerably less expensive ...
... occurs naturally in Illicium merrillianum, a plant indigenous to southern China and Myanmar. The genus Illicium ... The fruits of Illicium merrillianum also have an aromatic odor, bland taste and cause numbness of the tongue when chewed. The ... Chemical studies of Illicium have developed rapidly over the last 20 years, and merrilactone A has been shown to have ... Members of the genus Illicium include Chinese star anise, widely used as a spice for flavouring food and beverages, and also ...
The larvae defoliate Illicium verum. The species overwinters in the larval or pupal stage in the leaves, litter or the epipedon ...
Illicium anisatum, five spice bush; Daphne odora cv.'Rubra' and "Alba", pink and white daphne; Viburnum davidii; V.tinus, ...
Lane JF, Koch WT, Leeds NS, Gorin G (1952). "The toxin of Illicium anisatum. I. The isolation and characterization of a ... Kouno I, Kawano N, Yang C (1988). "New pseudoanisatin-like sesquiterpene lactones from the bark of Illicium dunnianum". Journal ...
Illicium floridanum, Florida anise or stinkbush, a plant species endemic to the southeastern U.S. Bottomland mixed hardwood- ... "Plants Profile for Illicium floridanum". USDA PLANTS database. U.S. Department of Agriculture. Retrieved March 17, 2018. " ...
The illicium is shorter and the esca larger and complex compared to those found in some other anglerfish families, and its ... An illicium (a modified dorsal spine; the "fishing rod") - and an esca (a bulbous, bioluminescent "fishing lure") are present, ... In Haplophryne, barbels are absent altogether, and the illicium is reduced to a rounded flap. Symbiotic bacteria belonging to ...
Isoeugenol Reichling, Jürgen; Galati, Enza Maria (2004). Jodral, Manuel Miró (ed.). Illicium, Pimpinella and Foeniculum (1st ed ...
The illicium ("fishing rod") is short; the escal bulb ("lure") is internally pigmented on the upper half and unpigmented on the ... The two species of Phyllorhinichthys are differentiated by the length of the illicium and details of the esca. Froese, Rainer ...
Schisandraceae Illicium sp. - similar to Illicium floridanum Dilleniaceae Hibbertia bognorensis Tetracera? cantiensis Tetracera ...
The illicium ("fishing rod") is relatively short. Spiniphryne is distinguished from all other oneirodids by tiny, close-set ...
The illicium was hanging over small visible burrows. It was suggested this is an effort to entice prey and an example of low- ... The illicium is the detached and modified first three spines of the anterior dorsal fin. In most anglerfish species, the ... Fish were observed floating inverted completely motionless with the illicium hanging down stiffly in a slight arch in front of ... Anglerfish typically have at least one long filament sprouting from the middle of their heads, termed the illicium. ...
Hydrocotyle petelotii Tardieu Illicium petelotii A.C.Sm. Indocalamus petelotii (A.Camus) Ohrnb. Isachne petelotii A.Camus ...
De, M.; De, A. K.; Sen, P.; Banerjee, A. B. (2002). "Antimicrobial properties of star anise (Illicium verum Hook. f.)". ... Chang, K. S.; Ahn, Y. J. (2002). "Fumigant activity of (E)-anethole identified in Illicium verum fruit against Blattella ...
Illicium, Temus, Drimys, Tasmannia Tribe 2. Magnolieae Genus: Mayna, Michelia, Magnólia, Talauma, Liriodendron Ordo 4. ...
The larvae feed on Illicium species in Japan. Pogonopygia nigralbata nigralbata (Japan, north-eastern Himalaya, northern ...
The larvae feed on Illicium religiosum and Illicium tashiroi. They probably mine the leaves of their host plant. Descriptions ...
The illicium is longer than that of P. micractis. The esca bears a single forward appendage containing a pair of internal light ...
Identified by both Giles and Sondergard as illicium anisatum. Giles 1880, p. 137. Pu & Sondergard 2008, p. 248. Giles 1880, p. ...
The batfish uses the illicium as a way to lure prey near them.[unreliable source?] At the top of its illicium is an esca. The ... On the top of the batfish's head there is a special body part that extends outward called an illicium. After the red-lipped ...
The seco-prezizaane-type sesquiterpenoid jiadifenolide was isolated in 2009 from the fruit of the flowering plant Illicium ... Trzoss, Lynnie; Xu, Jing; Lacoske, Michelle H.; Mobley, William C.; Theodorakis, Emmanuel A. (10 May 2013). "Illicium ... Jiadifenolide is a sesquiterpenoid natural product with neurotrophic activity, found in Illicium jiadifengpi. Its biological ... "Novel Pentacyclic seco-Prezizaane-Type Sesquiterpenoids with Neurotrophic Properties from Illicium jiadifengpi". Organic ...
The illicium is shorter than that of P. balushkini. The esca has two forward appendages at the tip and the rear appendage is ...
This species has an illicium that is 15-47mm long. The illicium is surrounded by a posterior extension that helps protect it ...
Like other anglerfishes, black seadevils possess an illicium and esca; the former being a modified dorsal spine-the "fishing ... and both it and the illicium are free of denticles. The bioluminescence is produced by symbiotic bacteria; these bacteria are ...
The illicium has the same length as the second dorsal spine. The second dorsal spine is practically straight and is mobile, and ... The first dorsal spine, called illicium, is modified and is used as a fishing lure. Its extremity is endowed with a ...
Japanese star anise (Illicium anisatum), from the Austrobaileyales. The exact relationships between Amborella, Nymphaeales and ...