Erythroxylum


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Erythroxylum

 

(Erythroxylon), a genus of shrubs and small trees of the family Erythroxylaceae, comprising approximately 200 species distributed in the tropics and subtropics. The genus includes the coca (E. coca).

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Durante el periodo Medio (Tiwanaku), Anadenanthera, Banisteriopsis y Erythroxylum pueden haberse usado con fines terapeuticos durante procesos de parto y primera infancia.
The Fabaceae and Myrtaceae are the plant families with the greatest number of galls, and Erythroxylum ovalifolium Peyr.
Las especies con mayor peso ecologico (IVI), presentes en la RFIEC fueron: Quercus humboldtii (36,7), Banara guianensis (31,8), Erythroxylum citrifolium (22,2) y Myrcia popayanensis (21,2), difieren de las presentes en otros relictos similares como La Rejoya (Bolanos et al.
Likewise, Tropidurus torquatus actively consumes fruits of Erythroxylum ovalifolium during the dry season, defecating the seeds in open areas and sandy soils where they are usually preyed upon by insects and do not germinate (Fialho 1990).
Fresh adult leaves were utilized to evaluate the allelopathic effects of Erythroxylum rosuliferum O.
Pinco-pinco Equisetaceae Equisetum bogotense Kunth Cola de caballo, Caballochupa Erythroxylaceae Erythroxylum coca Lam.
27 1 26 Chipilillo Erythroxylum rotundifo- 20 3 17 lium Lunan Concha lagarto Ceiba schotti Britten et 19 2 17 Baker Chukum Havardia albicans 14 13 1 (Kunth) Britton Chaka Bursera simaruba (L.
Erythroxylum es un genero pantropical que cuenta con alrededor de 230 especies, de las cuales cerca de 190 se encuentran en el Neotropico.
Cocaine, extracted from the Erythroxylum coca plant, is a Schedule II drug because of its high potential for abuse.
Medicinal plants: Antibacterial effect in vitro de Plantago major L, Erythroxylum novogranatense, Plowman var truxillense and Camellia sinensis on stomatologic importance bacteria
Erythroxylum species have several traditional uses in different countries, including the treatment of hypertension.