Prunus

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Prunus

(prū'nŭs),
A genus of trees (family Rosaceae) including the cherry, plum, peach, and apricot trees.
[L. a plum-tree]
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Aphis fabae solenella Theobald on Solanum nigrum, Sahneh, 7 September 2004, Brachycaudus amygdalinus (Schouteden), on Amygdalus arabica, Khash-Taftan, 23 April 2003, Brachycaudus helichrysi (Kaltenbach), Calendula officinalis, Isfahan, 29 October 2004, Hyperomyzus lactucae (L.) on Lactuca oleracea, Meshkindasht, 25 April 2002, Macrosiphom rosae (L) on Rosa hybrida, Peykanshahr, 19 November 2002, Uroleucon sonchi (L.) on Sonchus arvensis, Karaj, 25 April 2002.
For the traditional decoction, samples of Herba Ephedrae (6g), Radix Glycyrrhizae (3g) and Amygdalus Communis Vas (9 g) were accurately weighed and mixed, the mixed herbal powders were put into a flask containing 180 ml of water and boiled for 120 min.
TOPALAF was prepared by blending the powdered herbs including Tribulus terrestris, root of Orchis mascula, Phoenix dactylifera pollen, Allium ampeloprasum seed, Lepidium sativus seed, Amygdalus communis and Ficus carica.
O genero Prunus inclui aproximadamente 200 especies e e dividido em 6 subgeneros, que sao: 1) Prunophora (ameixeiras em sua maioria); 2) Amygdalus (pessegueiros e amendoeiras); 3) Cerasus (cerejeiras); 4) Lithocerasus (cerejeiras); 5) Padus (cerejeiras de cachos), e 6) Laurocerasus (cerejeiras amarelas).
Esfahlan, "The importance of almond (Prunus amygdalus L.) and its by-products," Food Chemistry, vol.
Cangi (1997).Determination of relationships between important fruit quality traits of almond (Amygdalus communis L.) by path analysis.
Variability of phenolics, [alpha]-tocopherol and amygdalin contents of selected almond (Prunus amygdalus Batsch.) genotypes.
Trees such as olives (Olea europaea) and almonds (Amygdalus communis) have been domesticated from the spontaneous flora of the area.
INGREDIENTS WT% Phase A BioChemica Avocado Butter (Hallstar) (Persea gratissima 35.00 (Avocado) oil, hydrogenated vegetable oil) BioChemica Lime Butter (Hallstar) 3.00 (Prunus amygdalus dulcis (sweet almond) oil, hydrogenated vegetable oil, citrus aurantifolia (lime) peel oil) Polyhydroxystearic acid 0.60 BioChemica Sweet almond oil (Hallstar) 27.40 (Prunus amygdalus dulcis (sweet almond) oil) HallBrite EZ-FLO TDX (Hallstar) 20.00 (Butyloctyl salicylate, titanium dioxide (nano) [titanium dioxide] (40%), triceteareth-4 phosphate, dimethicone cross-polymer, silica) Phase B Olivem 900 (Hallstar) (Sorbitan olivate) 4.00 Phase C Silica (spherical, 12 pm) 10.00 PROCEDURE: In the main vessel, combine phase A with mixing and heat to 75[degrees]C.
This species is correctly called as Prunus communis Arcangeli, also as Prunus amygdalus Batsch, and in Persian is called as badam-e-talkh.
cinerascens, pistacia atlantica, pyrus syriaca, crataegus meyeri, Lonicera nummulariifolia, Amygdalus orientalis and cerasus microcarpa.