Aquilaria Agallocha

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A deciduous tree, the resinous wood of which is diuretic, stimulant, and tonic; it is used for angina, fatigue, gastritis, HTN, neurosis, paresthesias of extremities, mental stress
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An improved surface sterilization technique for introducing leaf, nodal and seed explants of Aquilaria malaccensis from field sources into tissue culture.
Aglaia odorata Lour., Aquilaria malaccensis Lam., Dracontomelon dao (Blanco) Merr., Duabanga moluccana Blum., Erythrina orientalis L., Eugenia subglauca Koord.
Chemical composition of crude extracts from infected woods of Aquilaria malaccensis were compared to that of healthy wood and commercial agarwood.
Aquilaria malaccensis is the main producer of agarwood in Malaysia.
Aquilaria malaccensis (Thymelaeaceae), locally known as "Sanchi" or "Agaru" in Assamese, is an evergreen tropical forest tree highly priced for its resin or agarwood.
During the same time rumours circulated that Asian workers were smuggling out the highly valued eaglewood (Aquilaria malaccensis Lam.), as well as gold found in the hinterland.
Because of the geographic focus of the volume, the selection of species is a bit of a mixed bag, including common species, species of secondary forest, but also a few that are becoming relatively uncommon, such as the gaharu incense tree Aquilaria malaccensis. One may wonder why the authors have not included drawings of all species, as the selection of what has been drawn and what has been left out seems rather random and reflecting what was available rather than what would be of interest to the reader.
Since its protection in 1937, the park has been undisturbed by humans, except for some nonmechanized logging of Bornean ironwood (Eusideroxylon zwageri, Lauraceae) and gaharu (Aquilaria malaccensis, Thymelaeaceae).
Aglaia odorata Lour., Aquilaria malaccensis Lam., Caladium bicolor L., Cyperus kyllingia Endl., Digitaria radicosa Miq., Dracontomelon dao (Blanco) Merr., Duabanga moluccana Blum., Erythrina orientalis L., Eugenia subglauca Koord.
kayu gaharu), a variety of aromatic resin deposit that is found in some fungus-infected specimens of certain trees (Aquilaria malaccensis spp.) and that in some grades is quite valuable on national and international markets.
In fact there are seven sub-species of this tree and the one which concerns the author most is the Aquilaria malaccensis which is harvested by the Penan of Kalimantan.
Aloes wood, one of the most valuable forest products of the Southeast Asian forest, is a chemical reaction to fungi or to wounds by various species of Aquilaria, most notably Aquilaria malaccensis. The author, who has done a great deal of research in Borneo, has collected all sorts of information about the harvesting and trading of this commodity.