2 edition of Further studies in the genus Dodonaea. found in the catalog.
Further studies in the genus Dodonaea.
Earl Edward Sherff
Written in English
|Series||Fieldiana., v. 23, no. 6, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago. Publication 612|
|LC Classifications||QK1 .F4 vol. 23, no. 6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||317|
|LC Control Number||48002951|
Introduction Dodonaea the genus consist of 60 species is mostly distributed in the hot areas of various countries like Pakistan and India. Dodonaea viscosa (L.) Jacq. (syn-Ptelea viscosa Linn.) belongs to the family Sapindaceae which includes genera and approximately species. Short Communication Further studies on the use of phenolic acids in the chemotaxonomy of the genus Sarcocaulon E.G. Groenewald, * R.L. Verhoeven, H.J.T. Venter, Department of Botany, University of the Orange Free State, Bloemfontein, Republic of South Africa Department of Botany, University of the Orange Free State Bloemfontein Republic of South Africa * Department of Botany Cited by: 1.
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Buy Eriosyce (Cactaceae): The Genus Revised and Amplified: NHBS - Fred Kattermann, David Hunt (privately published). From the studies conducted on the plant until now, it is known that the methanolic root extract of the plant has schizonticidal activity as high as %. Thus, the present study aims at evaluating the invivo antiplasmodial activity of solvent fractions of methanolic root extract of Dodonaea by:
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[Chicago] (DLC) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sherff, Earl Edward, Further studies in the genus Dodonaea. [Chicago] (OCoLC) FURTHER STUDIES IN THE GENUS DODONAEA L. In its strong tendency toward pubescence in the inflorescences and on the leaf -edges, this forma suggests var.
linearis f. arizonica, to which it is indeed close. The leaves are mostly broader than in that forma, however, and when fairly large, as on the type, suggest small-leaved f. Neuware -: In the present study Dodonaea viscosa plant secondary metabolites were extracted using various solvents from whole plant, its roots, aerial part, stem, leaves, and seeds were investigated for phenolics and flavonoids content, antimicrobial and antioxidant property.
Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): ersitylibrary (external link)Author: Earl Edward Sherff. The genus Dodonaea was named after Rembert Dodoens.
He was a Dutch physician and botanist who wrote a book on plants of the Middle Ages. He was a Dutch physician and botanist who wrote a book on plants of the Middle g: Further studies.
Sherff EE () Further studies on the genus Dodonaea L. (family Sapindaceae). Field Museum Natural History Botanical Ser – Soltis DE, Soltis PS, Endress PK, Chase MW () ‘Phylogeny and evolution of angiosperms.’ (Sinauer Associates: Sunderland, MA)Cited by: 6.
Dodonaea is a genus of about 70 species of flowering plants, often known as hop-bushes, in the soapberry family, Sapindaceae. It has a cosmopolitan distribution in tropical, subtropical and warm temperate regions of Africa, the Americas, southern Asia and : Sapindaceae.
The genus Dodonaea comprises about 60 species, almost entirely restricted to the arid areas of Australia. Dodonaea viscosa, with seven subspecies (Anilreddy, ), is a shrub belonging to the. Sherff EE () Further studies in the genus Dodonaea L.
(family Sapindaceae). Field Museum Natural History Botanical Ser – Toon A, Mather PB, Baker AM, Durrant KL, Hughes JM () Pleistocene refugia in an arid landscape: analysis of a widely distributed Australian : Matthew J.
Christmas, Ed Biffin, Andrew J. Lowe. The major flavonoid of Dodonaea angustifolia Previous reports have demonstrated that some traditional medicinal plants from the genus Dodonaea are Further studies are needed in order to. His thesis is that perfect union does not destroy but rather affirms otherness in the triune God, in the relationship between God and human persons and among the members of the Church A 'must have' for personal and institutional libraries, this book should be used primarily in graduate by: The plant chloroplast (cp) genome is a highly conserved structure which is beneficial for evolution and systematic research.
Currently, numerous complete cp genome sequences have been reported due to high throughput sequencing technology. However, there is no complete chloroplast genome of genus Dodonaea that has been reported before. To better understand the molecular basis of Dodonaea Cited by: The genus Dodonaea (Sapindaceae) is comprised of approximately 68 species.
While some species in this genus are distributed worldwide (West, ), D. polyandra grows in a localized area along the North and East coasts and off-shore islands of Cape York Peninsula, Queensland, Australia (West, ).Cited by: 8.
The karyotype of Semaprochilodus insignis and Semaprochilodus taeniurus were analyzed through the conventional Giemsa staining, C-banding, and the nucleolar organizer regions. The diploid number is the same (2n = 54) in both species, but rus shows a chromosomic system of the ZZ/ZW type.
This and some other differences between the two karyotypes will be useful in further studies on the Cited by: Phylogenetics of hopbushes and pepperflowers (Dodonaea, Diplopeltis–Sapindaceae), based on nuclear ribosomal ITS and partial ETS sequences incorporating secondary-structure models.
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Schumann, who in his 'opus. Molecular cytogenetics on Rosa, an economically important genus within the Rosaceae, are very limited. However, progress in chromosome organisation studies would greatly facilitate Rosa breeding, sequencing and taxonomic studies.
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