Drimys winteri


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Synonyms for Drimys winteri

South American evergreen tree yielding winter's bark and a light soft wood similar to basswood

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Antifeedant and growth inhibitory effects of extracts and drimanes of Drimys winteri stem bark against Spodoptera littoralis (Lep.
The bark and leaves of Drimys winteri contain polygodial and are also traditionally used for the treatment of asthma, allergy or bronchitis.
The Developmental Basis of Floral Variation in Drimys winteri (Winteraceae).
betuloides o con Drimys winteri, especialmente en sitios mas humedos y de menor altitud (Donoso et al.
Las especies que con mayor intensidad se destinan a explotacion son Saxegothaea conspicua (Manio), Nothofagus nitida (Coihue) y Drimys winteri (Canelo).
The communities with differents strategies of resistance to fire are detected: Fitzroya cupressoides is very affected by the tires, and Nothofagus dombeyi- Drimys winteri with vegetative sprout and long youhful phase.
1985; Philipson, 1946, 1947a, 1948), or de novo from buds in the axils of leaves or bracts, as in Acacia baileyana (Derstine & Tucker, 1991) and Drimys winteri (Tucker, 1959).
These forests are dominated by the evergreen broad-leaved species Nothofagus nitida (Fagaceae) and Drimys winteri (Winteraceae), and may contain the conifers Podocarpus nubigena and Saxegothaea lonspicua (both Podocarpaceae).
Bioactivity of essential oils from leaves and bark of Laurelia sempervirens and Drimys winteri against Acyrthosiphon pisum.
Ademas en algunos menoko existen arboles como Drimys winteri J.
Es tambien peculiaridad la mirtacea Luma chequen que en territorio mediterraneo apenas se ve fuera de cauces fluviales o las arboledas pantanosas; contribuyen a marcar el matiz higrofilo la presencia de especies lenosas propias de los bosques templados de la Wintero-Nothofagetea (como Drimys winteri y Persea lingue) o de sus arbustedas de orla forestal (Aristotelia chilensis y Rhaphithamnus spinosus).