3 3 66 Rhamnaceae Scutia buxifolia Reissek 2 3 1 Hovenia dulcis
Caracterizado de pseudofrutos, frutos, sementes e plantulas obtidas a partir de germinado in vivo e in vitro da especie medicinal Hovenia dulcis
The Hovenia dulcis
heartwood presented higher amount of extractives, apparently smaller pores and rays with fewer cell rows, when compared to the sapwood.
Number collected Number of egg masses laid Date Host plant Nymph Adult (eggs/mass) collected [total eggs] (a) 6 Sep 2014 Solanum corymbiflorum 12 0 13 5 Oct 2014 Solanum corymbiflorum 2 5 13-14 (b) 23 Dec 2014 Glycine max 31 8  22 Mar 2015 Hovenia dulcis
42 19 no data Nymph emergence, Development time survivorship to (egg to adult) Date 2nd instara (d) (a) collected (a)(%) 6 Sep 2014 70.8 50-60 5 Oct 2014 63.8 no data 23 Dec 2014 no data no data 22 Mar 2015 no data no data (a) Data from insects feeding on the mixture of foods provided in the laboratory (insects captured on the first 3 dates of collection).
Utilizacao de vermicomposto no crescimento de mudas de Hovenia dulcis
Described by the company as a functional beverage created to prevent hangovers, its active ingredient, Hovenia Dulcis
(Japanese raisin tree extract), and other vitamins and minerals metabolize alcohol and help aid the body in recovering from the effects of alcohol consumption.
Atividade alelopatica de folhas e pseudofrutos de Hovenia dulcis
Para realizacao deste estudo, foram utilizadas madeiras das especies florestais Cedrela fissilis, do hibrido clonal Eucalyptus urophylla x Eucalyptus grandis, Hovenia dulcis
e Gallesia integrifolia, procedentes do municipio Jeronimo Monteiro, Estado do Espirito Santo.
Park, "Isolation and characterization of 3(Z)-dodecenedioic acid as an antibacterial substance from Hovenia dulcis
Thunb," Food Science and Biotechnology, vol.
The ingredient BluCetin-DHM, which is derived from Hovenia dulcis
(oriental raisin tree), can be used as a hangover remedy as a result of the discovery of dihydromyricetin (DHM), a unique natural molecule that targets the GABAA receptor in the brain and has been seen to reduce the negative effects of drinking in excess.
The last volume reports developments in food sensory science, computational chemistry, medicinal chemistry, and environmental chemistry with researchers tackling such diverse topics as the effect of refrigeration processes on steamed bread, heavy metal pollution in lake sediment, and the anti-diabetic activities of hovenia dulcis
A promising candidate caught the researchers' eyes: an extract isolated from the seeds of the Asian tree Hovenia dulcis
, first described as a primo hang-over remedy in the year 659.