wightii (Arnott) Bhandari-A natural source of guggulsterone: facing a high risk of extinction in its natural habitat.
Control of morphological aberrations in somatic embryogenesis of Commiphora
wightii (Arnott) Bhandari (Family Burseraceae) through secondary somatic embryogenesis.
Discussion: Gum of Commiphora
myrrha showed significant anti-H.
The processing facility is locally owned by the Kunene Conservancy INP Trust, which comprises of five commiphora
producing conservancies, namely Puros, Orupembe, Marienfluss, Sanitatas and Okondjombo.
En Venezuela se encuentra representada por 68 especies, de porte arboreo o arbustivo, pertenecientes a los generos Bursera (5 especies), Commiphora
(una especie), Crepidospermum (dos especies), Daeryodes (11 especies), Protium (41 especies), Tetragastris (4 especies) y Trattinnickia (4 especies), distribuidas en toda la geografia nacional (Hokche et al.
Antichol; a polyherbal formulation containing extracts of several medicinal plants including Commiphora
mukul, Curcuma longa, Emblica officinalis, Terminalia arjuna, Terminalia belerica, Terminalia chebula, Garcinia cambojia and Ptreocarpus marsupium have been reported earlier by many researchers.
associations are with Barleria, Commiphora
, Convolvulus and Iphiona in
Baker Ico Capparis jacobinae Capparaceae Moric ex Eichler Imburana Commiphora
Another unique plant is the Commiphora
wightii of the family of Burseraceae, locally called Eoe1/4Y[pounds sterling]mqelEoe1/4ao.
Best known as one of the gifts of the Three Wise Men offered to the infant Jesus, Myrrh is a rust-coloured resin obtained from several species of Commiphora
and Balsamodendron trees, native to the Middle East and Ethiopia.
Antibacterial activities of some constituents from oleo-gum-resin of Commiphora
Boswellia sacra is the commonest species providing Frankincense and Commiphora
myrrha provides Myrrh.