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Floral scent compounds of Amazonian Annonaceae species pollinated by small beetles and thrips.
chagasi and Trypanosoma cruzi, based on the antiparasitic activities of the majority of the plant genus and/or studied species (Table 1) and, additionally, on the presence of isoquinoline alkaloids in the Annonaceae (Leboeuf et al.
Pólen arbóreo é representado pelas espécies de Annonaceae, Apocynaceae, Arecaceae, Bignoniaceae, Boraginaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Fabaceae, Flacourticaceae, Lauraceae, Meliaceae, Myrsinaceae, Myrtaceae, Sapindaceae e Tiliaceae.
Botanical cousins, the cherimoya and pawpaw both belong to the Annonaceae family.
Study of the Structure-Activity Relationships of the Acetogenin of Annonaceae, Muricatacin and Analogues, European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 32:617-623.
f AF264143 Magnoliales Annonaceae f AF264140 Asimina triloba (L.
Despite the potential of derivatives from Annonaceae in arthropod pest management, little is known regarding their action against sucking insects that transmit phytopathogens.
Opportunistic observations of Yellow-billed Cotingas at several locations indicate that the species requires access to mature fruits from Lauraceae, Annonaceae, Moraceae, and other mixed forest tree species, will feed on invertebrate prey, and will occasionally engage in courtship display in forest and mangrove habitat.
Oliveroline [beta]-N-oxide (25) and other alkaloids such as nornuciferine, isopiline, O-methylisopiline, calycinine, duguevanine, and five 7-hydroxyaporphines; pachypodanthine, oliveroline, oliveridine, and duguetine were isolated from Brazilian plant Duguetia flagellaris belonging to Annonaceae (Navarro et al.
No positive treehole was found in the tree species belonging to the families of Annonaceae, Apocynaceae, Combretaceae, Liliaceae, Magnoliaceae, Oleaceae, Rubiaceae, Rutaceae, Rhamnaceae and Sapotaceae (Table 1).
crassiflora, Bephratelloides pomorum (Fabricius, 1908) (Hymenoptera: Eurytomidae) and Cerconota anonella (Sepp, 1830) (Lepidoptera: Oecophoridae) are considered the main pests of the Annonaceae (BROGLIO-MICHELETTI; BERTI FILHO, 2000; BROGLIO-MICHELETTI et al.