DIVERSIDAD Y ENDEMISMO DE LA FAMILIA EUPHORBIACEAE EN MÃ‰XICO
- Evaluation of in vitro biological potential of plant species Sebastiania corniculata (Euphorbiaceae). de Mélo Silva, Isabelle Souza; dos Santos, Raíssa Fernanda Evangelista Pires; Barbosa, Andriele Mendonça; Santos, Klebson Silva; Amorim, Mariene Ribeiro; de Mendonça, Flavia Manuella Ribeiro; Lucena, Ingridy Viana; de Vasconcellos Costa Melo, Thiane; Lins Júnior, Genilson Sarmento; de Albuquerque Sarmento, Patricia; Padilha, Francine Ferreira; de Assis Bastos, Maria Lysete // BMC Proceedings;10/1/2014, p1
An abstract of the article "Evaluation of in vitro biological potential of plant species Sebastiania corniculata (Euphorbiaceae)" by Maria Lysete de Assis Bastos and colleagues is presented.
- A Combined Strategy for Glycan Profiling: a Model Study with Pyridylaminated Oligosaccharides. Kamekawa, Natsuko; Hayama, Ko; Nakamura-Tsuruta, Sachiko; Kuno, Atsushi; Hirabayashi, Jun // Journal of Biochemistry;Sep2006, Vol. 140 Issue 3, p337
Structural glycomics plays a fundamental role in glycoscience and glycotechnology. In this paper, a novel strategy for the structural characterization of glycans is described, in which MS2 analysis involving a LIFT-TOF/TOF procedure is combined with frontal affinity chromatography (FAC). As...
- Agro-morphological and Molecular Diversity in Castor (Ricinus communis L.) Germplasm Collected from Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India. KANTI, MEENA; ANJANI, KAMMILI; KIRAN, BETHA USHA; VIVEKANANDA, K. // Czech Journal of Genetics & Plant Breeding;2015, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p96
Castor (Ricinus communis L.) is an industrial oilseed crop grown worldwide. Its oil with more than 80% ricinoleic acid makes it a chief raw material for numerous industrial applications and biofuel production. Castor grows in a wild form across India including Andaman & Nicobar Islands, which...
- COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PHYTOCHEMICAL CONSTITUENTS IN TWO MEMBERS OF EUPHORBIACEAE FAMILY FROM BASTAR (JAGDALPUR) DISTRICT OF CHHATTISGARH, INDIA. Dadsena, Rakesh; Kumar, Anil // International Journal of Pharmacology & Biological Sciences;Dec2012, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p51
Euphorbiaceae or also called the Spurge family is a vast family of flowering plants including 322 genera and about 8,910 species. Most of the species are herbs, but some of them especially the tropical ones, are shrubs or trees. In the present study a comparative analysis of phytochemical...
- Additions to the genus Croton L. in South America. Croizat, Leon // Darwiniana;1944, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p442
Introduces news species and varieties of the genus Croton L. in South America. Croton missionum; Croton apicifolious; Croton laeticapsulus.
- SINOPSE DAS ESPÃ‰CIES DE ALCHORNEA (EUPHORBIACEAE, ACALYPHOIDEAE) NA ARGENTINA. Secco, Ricardo De S.; Giulietti, Ana M. // Darwiniana;2004, Vol. 42 Issue 1-4, p315
This paper comprises a synopsis of the species of Alchornea growing in Argentina. These species are Alchornea castaneifolia, A. sidifolia and A. triplinervia, and one subspecies- A. glandulosa subsp. iricurana. A key to recognize the species and the subspecies, as well as descriptions, synonymy,...
- PEDILANTHUS CONNATUS (EUPHORBIACEAE), ESPECIE NUEVA Y LLAMATIVA DE JALISCO. Dressler, Robert L.; Sacamano, Charles M. // Acta Botanica Mexicana;jun1992, Issue 18, p21
Pedilanthus connatus is described from western Jalisco. It appears to be a dose ally of P. coalcomanensis. It is a slender, rhizomatous shrub and appears to flower throughout the year when moisture is sufficient. It may hold promise as a garden ornamental.
- A NEW COMBINATION AND A NEW NAME IN MEXICAN EUPHORBIACEAE. Steinmann, Victor W. // Acta Botanica Mexicana;2002, Issue 61, p59
A new combination, Euphorbia trialata (Huft) V.W. Steinm., is made to accommodate Chamaesyce trialata Huft within Euphorbia. In addition, Adelia virgata Brandegee, a later homonym of Adelia virgata Poir. (= Flueggea tinctoria (L.) G.L. Webster), is given the new name Adelia brandegeei V.W. Steinm.
- Genetic diversity within a threatened, endemic North American species, Euphorbia telephioides (Euphorbiaceae). Trapnell, Dorset; Hamrick, J.; Negrón-Ortiz, Vivian // Conservation Genetics;Jun2012, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p743
The southeastern United States and Florida support an unusually large number of endemic plant species, many of which are threatened by anthropogenic habitat disturbance. As conservation measures are undertaken and recovery plans designed, a factor that must be taken into consideration is the...