chinchona


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chinchona:

see cinchonacinchona
or chinchona
, name for species of the genus Cinchona, evergreen trees of the madder family native to the Andean highlands from Bolivia to Colombia and also to some mountainous regions of Panama and Costa Rica.
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Tanto el reciente Terremoto de Chinchona ocurrido en el 2009, asi como el Terremoto de Cartago, poseen una magnitud y profundidad que los hacen particularmente peligrosos si hubieran ocurrido mas cerca de la capital.
Phloroglucinol (PG) is a phenolic compound predominantly found in xylem sap of apple and is known to promote growth and development in a number of plant species such as Chinchona ledgeriana, apple cultivars and cocoa [13].
LONG VOWEL MIDDLE SYMBOL s t a: t s (starts) s t 3: t s (sturts - startles) DIPHTHONG MIDDLE SYMBOL s t el t s (states) s t au t s (stouts) s t eu t s (stoats) s t cI t s (stoits - rebounds, bounces) SHORT VOWEL 2nd and 4th SYMBOLS s I | I s (cilice - hair cloth) k I I k (kellick - a heavy stone used as a substitute anchor on small vessels) k I n I k (quinic - a vegetable acid found in chinchona barks) m I d I m (medimn - an ancient Greek measure of capacity, approx.
En 1820, el componente quimico puro (quinina) fue aislado del arbol de chinchona y los quimicos americanos R.
Extraida de la corteza de la chinchona, se conseguia en terrenos baldios cercanos a Bucaramanga, El Socorro, Zapatoca y luego en las selvas del Carare.