Coriaria


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Coriaria

New Zealand plant genus of the plant family, Coriaraceae; all parts of the plant are poisonous and cause excitation, vomiting, convulsions, exhaustion and death. Tutin, the toxin in the plant, is passed to the meat of poisoned animals and to honey in the neighborhood of the plants. Includes C. angustissima, C. arborea, C. kingiana, C. lurida, C. plumosa, C. pottsiana, C. pteroides, C. sarmentosa. Called also tutu.
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The four (4) most prevalent tree species observed were: - Artocarpus heterophyllus (15%), Ficus natalensis (10%), Albizia coriaria (10%) and Mangifera indica (9%).
His experience as a floristic expert and taxonomist led to his promotion of the Flora iberica project, sponsored by the CSIC, in which he was involved as an author and co-author of the generic syntheses of Anemone, Cistus, Coriaria, Endressia, Guillonea, Laserpitium, Minuartia, Petrocoptis, Rhodalsine, Rosa, Thalictrum and Viola, and as the editor of volumes I (1986), II (1990), III (1993) and IV (1993).
The methanolic extracts of Albizia coriaria and Aspergillus racemosa had been reported to demonstrate moderate antiplasmodial activity (Kigondu et al.
En 1863 publico una breve nota, en la Linnean Society, sobre la utilidad tintorea de Coriaria thymifolia Humb.
Por su parte, las especies Maytenus laveis, Caesalpinia coriaria y Viscum cruciatum mostraron actividad frente a tres especies bacterianas; S.
6 Piper medium Celtis trinervia Ocotea macrophylla Sin gran formacion definida Formacion de los bosques espinosos de Pereskia guamacho y Piptadenia flava Piptadenia flava Caesalpinia coriaria Handroanthus bilbergii Handroanthus chrysea Handroanthus coralibe Haematoxylum brasiletto Cereus hexagonus 0.
2015) lograron identificar las especies de maderas utilizadas en la construccion de viviendas del casco historico de Maracaibo (Venezuela) encontrando piezas de Cedrela odorata, Pachira quinata, Handroanthus chrysanthus, Riqophora mangle y Caesalpinia coriaria.
Likewise, sumac, a flower that is commonly used as a spice in the Middle East, and rhus coriaria, known as Sicilian sumac, were also found to aid in the treatment of viruses.
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