Cestrum


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Cestrum

a genus of shrubs in the family Solanaceae. (1) C. aurantiacum (orange-flowered cestrum), C. corymbosum var. hirsutum, C. elegans (C. newelii, C. purpureum), C. fasciculatum (red cestrum), C. hartwegii, C. laevigatum (inkberry bush), C. nocturnum (night-flowering cestrum), C. parqui (green cestrum) cause liver necrosis. The toxin is a carboxyatractyloside.
(2) C. diurnum (jasmine, wild jasmine) causes generalized calcinosis through a calcinogenic glycoside. See also enzootic calcinosis.
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El Cestrum parqui (CP), tambien conocido con los nombres comunes de "palque", "palqui", "cestrum verde" o "yellow cestrum", pertenece a la familia Solanaceae (Figura 1).
Las especies arbustivas y arboreas de frutos carnosos indican presencia de vertebrados que estan asociados a zonas mas conservadas y que las dispersan a distintas areas: Como ejemplos figuran Phytolaca iccosandra, Solanum cervantesii, Cestrum anagyris, Prunus serotina, Sambucus nigra, Ceanothus coeruleus y Fuchsia thymifolia, esta ultima indicadora de un buen estado de conservacion pues habita sitios de bosque no perturbado, mientras que P.
Smith & Downs 6 25 Cestrum strigiuatum Ruiz & Pavon 6 26 Campomanesia xanthocarpa Berg.
Urban Indian Pennywort with round leaves (Apiaceae) Cestrum nocturnum Raat ki Rani, Bushy shrub L (Solanaceae) Night Jessamine Citrullus Tumba, Indrayan, Prostrate annual colocynthis Bitter Apple, herb with yellow Schrad.
The Mel-Frequency Cestrum Coefficients (MFCCs) is a perceptually motivated representation that defines as a short window cepstrum of a signal.
Turk & Barrera (1976) report its feeding on Cestrum parqui, C.
2; Cestrum parqui +[grados]; Lardizabala biternata +; Nasella chilensis +; Sophora macrocarpa +; Sisyrinchium chilense ("Sisyrinchium iridifolium H.
The influence of afforestation on changes in plant assemblages as shown by the presence of native plants like Salpichroa origanifolia, Passiflora coerulea and Cestrum parquii--normally found in forest understories--could also be felt at the urban centres.
Effects of forest fragmentation on male and female reproductive success in Cestrum parqui (Solanaceae).
Among shrubs, Cestrum parqui, a short 1-3 m shrub, showed high constancy values in all three units and was present in all types of neo-ecosystem.
veranera) Polygonaceae (expuesto) Eriophyidae Cestrum nocturnum L.