Eriobotrya


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Eriobotrya

 

a genus of trees of the family Rosaceae, comprising approximately 25 species distributed from the Himalayas east to Japan. One species—the loquat (E. japonica)—is cultivated in the USSR (seeLOQUAT).

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2014 Eriobotrya balgooyi (Rosaceae), a new obligate ultramafic endemic from Kinabalu Park, Borneo.
Si bien la mayoria de las plantas que se encuentran en los jardines son ornamentales, algunas tambien tienen usos medicinales y culinarios; cuando el espacio lo permite, suele haber arboles frutales como aguacate (Persea sp.), citricos como naranjo (Citrus spp.) o lima (Citrus sp.), y nispero (Eriobotrya sp.).
Hecho esto, se encontro que la incidencia no fue diferente de cero en el nispero del Japon (Eriobotrya japonica), bucaro (Erythrina fusca), urapan (Fraxinus udhei), balso (Ochroma pyramidale) y palma real de Cuba (Roystonea regia) (p > 0.1) y es estadisticamente diferente de cero en las demas especies (p<0.1) (Tabla 2).
Loquats (Eriobotrya japonica) seldom fruit in the UK as we don't have the long, hot summers and dry autumns necessary to ripen the fruit.
1998, Chak 145/9L, Harappa, Sahiwal, 3037'N, 7252'E; 1 , 8 immature, Eriobotrya japonica, 2.10.
Our previous results elucidated that the leaves of Eriobotrya japonica possessed the potential to suppress ovariectomy-induced bone mineral density deterioration, and ursolic acid, the major bioactive component in these leaves, suppressed the osteoclast differentiation.
Loquat (Eriobotrya japonica) is an Asian fruit that is native to Japan and cultivated in various other tropical and subtropical countries (FEMENIA et al., 1998).