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Myristicaceae

W. J. J. O. de Wilde

Myristicaceae

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Published by Nationaal Herbarium Nederland in Leiden, Pays-Bas .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plantes -- Malaisie -- Identification.,
  • Myristicacées -- Malaisie -- Identification.

  • Edition Notes

    Références bibliographiques, résume ́et index.

    StatementW.J.J.O. de Wilde.
    SeriesFlora malesiana . Series I - Seed plants -- vol. 14
    ContributionsStevens, P. F., Foundation Flora Malesiana.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination634 p. :
    Number of Pages634
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19871833M
    ISBN 109071236471

    6. Myristicaceae. 肉豆蔻科 rou dou kou ke Authors: Bingtao Li & Thomas K. Wilson Evergreen trees, with tawny or red juice in bark or around heart wood. Leaves simple, alternate, entire, exstipulate, with pinnate veins, often pellucid punctate, spirally or distichously arranged. The geochemical characteristics of approximately thirty oils from the Gulf of Thailand and Natuna Sea have been measured, viz., sulfur, vanadium and nickel content, density, [sup 13]C isotopes of the isolated aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbon fractions, capillary gas chromatography of the whole oil, and gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS).


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Myristicaceae by W. J. J. O. de Wilde Download PDF EPUB FB2

Individual essential oils of the plant families Rosaceae, Myristicaceae, Zingiberaceae, Piperaceae -- (The essential oils) [Guenther, Ernest] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Individual essential oils of the plant families Rosaceae, Myristicaceae, Zingiberaceae, Piperaceae Myristicaceae book (The essential oils)Author: Ernest Guenther.

Myristicaceae, the nutmeg family of the magnolia order (Magnoliales), Myristicaceae book known for the fragrant, spicy seeds of nutmeg (Myristica fragrans).

The family contains 15 other genera and about species of evergreen trees found throughout moist tropical lowlands. Most species have fragrant wood and.

Get this from a library. Myristicaceae. [Bernard Verdcourt] ISBN: OCLC Myristicaceae book Notes: Cover title. Description. Myristicaceae book Comparative pollen morphology of the Madagascan genera Myristicaceae book Myristicaceae (Maulout-chia, Brochoneura and Haematodendron).

Grana 1– Grana 1– CrossRef Google Scholar. MYRISTICACEAE 肉豆蔻科 rou dou kou ke Myristicaceae book Bingtao (李秉滔 Li Ping-tao)1; Thomas K.

Wilson 2 Evergreen trees, with tawny or red juice in bark Myristicaceae book around heart wood. Leaves simple, alternate, entire, exstipulate, with pinnate veins, often pellucid punctate, spirally Myristicaceae book distichously arranged.

Bo Holmstedt et al., Indole alkaloids in Amazonian Myristicaceae: Field and laboratory research, Bot. Museum Leaflets, Harvard Univers – (). Hier wird von Osteophloeum platyphyllum gesprochen; gemeint ist wahrscheinlich O.

platyspermum. Google Scholar. Myristicaceae is the botanical name for a family Myristicaceae book flowering plants. The family has been recognised by most taxonomists; it is sometimes called the "nutmeg family", after its most famous member, Nutmeg (Myristica fragrans).Class: Magnoliopsida.

A list of all accepted names in Myristicaceae is available in CSV format. Statistics. Species of Myristicaceae contained within The Plant List belong to 19 plant genera.

The Plant List includes 1, scientific plant names of species rank for the family Myristicaceae book. Of these are accepted species names. Myristicaceae Myristicaceae book uma família de plantas com flor da ordem Magnoliales [1] que na presente circunscrição taxonómica inclui 21 Myristicaceae book com cerca de espécies, com distribuição natural nos trópicos de todos os continentes.

[2] A família inclui diversas Myristicaceae book utilizadas como especiaria, com destaque para Myristica fragrans, a noz moscada, o produto comercialmente Classe: Magnoliopsida.

—History—The name is derived from a mediaeval word for ‘nut,’ meaning ‘suitable for an ointment.’The tree is a small evergreen, not more than 40 feet in height, with smooth, greyish-brown bark, green on the younger branches.

Myristicaceae book alternate leaves are oblong-ovate, acute, entire, smooth, and dark-green. Buy Atividade Antioxidante e Biológica: Extratos De Iryanthera juruensis (Warb)(Myristicaceae) (Portuguese Edition) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Atividade Antioxidante e Myristicaceae book Extratos De Iryanthera juruensis (Warb)(Myristicaceae) (Portuguese Edition): Mendes Balieiro, Alana: : Books.

Myristicaceae. Published online. Accessed July 17 Sauquet, H. Androecium diversity and evolution in Myristicaceae (Magnoliales), with a description of a new Malagasy genus, Doyleanthus gen. nov. American Journal of Botany 90(9): DOI: /ajb Full text PDF Reference page.

Myristicaceae book Myristicaceae are distinguished, however, by their unisexual flowers with uniseriate perianth, and monocarpellate 1-ovuled female flowers. Within the family the relationship of the Myristicaceae book is unclear, and initially one single genus, Myristica (divided into sections), was recognized until Warburg () divided it into several genera.

This book is designed to provide pharmacologists and researchers of natural products a comprehensive review of medicinal plants, their vernacular names in various languages and their medicinal uses around the world, and in some cases, a historical : Springer International Publishing.

Family: Myristicaceae Nutmeg Origin: Moluccas or Spice Islands of Indonesia. Nutmeg is a tropical evergreen tree that reaches about 65 feet tall. The nutmeg fruit is similar in appearance to an apricot. When fully mature it splits in two, exposing a crimson-colored edible pulp surrounding a single seed, the nutmeg.

For documenting flora of India that is being discussed on efloraofindia google e-group along with supplementing the working of the group. Efloraofindia (earlier Indiantreepix) is the largest Google e-group in the world in this field & largest nature related in India devoted to creating awareness, helping in identification etc.

along with discussion & documentation of Indian Flora. A-Z List of Herbs and Spices and Culinary Uses ️. Herbs and spices have been traded for thousands of years, beginning with the Arabs in BC, the Romans who dominated trade from BC to AD, and later, the Europeans who fought wars for.

The book Flora Zambesiaca Volume 9 Part 2: Podostemaceae, Hydrostachyaceae, Rafflesiaceae, Hydnoraceae, Aristolochiaceae, Piperaceae, Myristicaceae, Monimiaceae.

fragrans belongs to the Myristicaceae family; its seeds are used as spices in the South-Eastern part of Nigeria and are known as nutmeg (Skidmore-Roth, ; Chibuzor Okonkwo, ).

It is one of the most commonly used spices in the world (Kim et. Swapnil M. Chaudhari, Sachin L. Badole, in Polyphenols in Human Health and Disease, Pycnanthus angolensis. Pycnanthus angolensis (Welw.) Ward (Myristicaceae) is a famous African medicinal ent parts of this plant (leaves, root, wood and bark) have been used in traditional medicine in Cameroon for the treatment of stomach pains, chest pains, rhinitis.

texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library. Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library.

Open Library. Get Textbooks on Google Play. Rent and save from the world's largest eBookstore. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Four novel diarylnonanoids, malabaricones A–D, have been isolated from the fruit rind of Lam (Myristicaceae) and assigned the structures (1)–(4).

Myristicaceae consist of 21 genera and nearly species of lowland rainforest trees with a pantropical distribution. This article presents new scanning electron microscopy observations on pollen of 13 genera, including all Asian genera, which had previously received very little attention from palynologists.

While confirming that all Myristicaceae have monoaperturate pollen shed Cited by: ISBN Contains the taxonomic revision of one family, Myristicaceae, for Malesia, i.e. the area covering the countries Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei Darussalam, Singapore, the Philippines, and Papua New Guinea.

W.J.J.O. de Wilde, Myristicaceae, pp. Cited by: 1. Myristicaceae. Each "thumbnail" image below is linked to a larger photograph. Myristica fragrans, nutmeg.

The reddish aril is ground to produce mace while the inner kernal yields nutmeg. Plant Family Access Page. Bibliography / Biography / Myristicaceae - / Spice trade - history / Merchant history / Medicinal plants / Aromatic plants / Spices / Myristica fragrans / / Indonesia--maluku / Coen, jan pieterszoon, / New york (state)--new york--manhattan / Courthope, nathaniel / Nutmeg industry.

Myristicaceae synonyms, Myristicaceae pronunciation, Myristicaceae translation, English dictionary definition of Myristicaceae. Noun 1. Myristicaceae - family of aromatic tropical trees with arillate seeds family Myristicaceae, nutmeg family magnoliid dicot family - family of.

Myristicaceae definition is - a family of trees (order Ranales) having unisexual flowers, monadelphous stamens, and arillate seeds. Coelocaryon is a genus of flowering plants in the family Myristicaceae. It is native to tropical Africa.

Species. According to Kew's Plants of the World Online, there are four accepted species: Coelocaryon botryoides Vermoesen; Coelocaryon oxycarpum Stapf; Coelocaryon preussii : Myristicaceae. This treatise is a unified and single-source reference book providing the latest and the most significant data on a wide spectrum of medicinal herbs practised worldwide and their chemical ingredients.

Of the plants referred to in the book in relation to their phytochemicals, are dealt in detail dovetailing their distinguishing botanical characters, chemical components and 4/5(3). Previously published in as Trout's Notes on the Myristicaceae Gymnacranthera paniculatum (A.

DC) Warb. 1,5-dimethyl-gramine (with 2-methyl-1,2,3,4-tetrahydro-β-carboline). Johns et al. Compsoneura ulei [Schultes & Rodrigues #; Origin: Manáos, Brazil] Leaves assayed negative with Dragendorff and Ehrlich reagents. Holmstedt et al. Pollen Diversity and Evolution in Myristicaceae (Magnoliales) Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of Plant Sciences (4).

Sasaki, D. Neotropical Myristicaceae. Morphology Description Trees, sometimes shrubs, usually evergreen ; bark often vertically ridged or peeling in thick plates; branches usually whorled and horizontally spreading.

Exudate present, initially watery, red or pinkish or straw-coloured (Osteophloeum).Leaves simple, alternate, often distichous, regularly spaced 2-ranked, entire. Addeddate Identifier blumea Identifier-ark ark://tns7r Journaltitle Blumea - Biodiversity, Evolution And Biogeography of Plants. Dictionary entry overview: What does Myristicaceae mean.

• MYRISTICACEAE (noun) The noun MYRISTICACEAE has 1 sense. family of aromatic tropical trees with arillate seeds Familiarity information: MYRISTICACEAE used as a noun is very rare.

The first authentic record of spice and herb usage is on clay tablets from the Sumarian Kingdom about 3, BC, and many spices were used or imported into Egypt for embalming, as incense, ointments, perfumes, poison antidotes, cosmetics and medicines.

Plants that are the source of spices became important cash crops over the centuries, and since their introduction, their uses Reviews: 1.

Amazonia is the keyword of my scientific interests. It is the place where I developed most of my theoretical knowledge and field experience. From a broader perspective, my research contributes to understanding Neotropical plant diversity and the processes associated with its origin and maintenance.

I am dedicated to two specific research lines: phylogeny of Neotropical Myristicaceae. Myristicaceae is the botanical name for a family of flowering family is present in Eurasia and the Americas and it has been recognised by most taxonomists; it is sometimes called the "nutmeg family", after its most famous member, Nutmeg (Myristica fragrans).

The family consists of about twenty genera, with about species, of trees and shrubs, found in tropical. Myristicaceae: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Warburg, Otto, Monographie der myristicaceen. Halle: Für die Akademie in commission bei W. Engelmann in Leipzig, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book.

Title. Banak: Virola spp. (Myristicaceae, nutmeg family) / Related Titles. Series: Report (Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)) ; no.

By. Gerry, Eloise, In book: Essential Oils in Food Preservation, Flavor and Safety, pp Cite this publication. Nutmeg (Myristica fragrans Houtt.), belonging to the family Myristicaceae, is a spice seed.Horsfieldia is the ebook of a genus of ebook trees. [3] The genus consists of about species and is distributed across South Asia, from India to the Philippines and Papua New Guinea.

[3] Some species are used for timber. [4] Some species contain alkaloids, including horsfiline, which has analgesic effects. [5]Selected species.