Schinus molle


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Related to Schinus molle: Schinus terebinthifolius
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Synonyms for Schinus molle

small Peruvian evergreen with broad rounded head and slender pendant branches with attractive clusters of greenish flowers followed by clusters of rose-pink fruits

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There is even evidence at Yahuay Alta for the adoption or emulation of the specifically Wari practice of utilizing Schinus molle seeds to make chicha (Costion 2012; Goldstein et al.
Chemical composition and anticancer and antioxidant activities of Schinus molle L.
I first became acquainted with Schinus molle about 10 or so years ago in a private garden here in Bahrain and was impressed by its graceful, pendulous habit.
The species is common on rocky slopes covered by dry valley vegetation including Acacia macracantha, Schinus molle and Caesalpinia spinosa (Figure 2).
Traditionally, several plants such as Hypericum peforatum, Passiflora incarnate, Schinus molle, Rhodiola rosea, Crocus sativus, Gastrodia elata, Piper methysticum, and Valeriana officinalis have been used to treat anxiety and/or depression (Sanchez-Mateo et al.
Finally, whether the Schinus molle berries found in a trash pit close to the Peruvian "brewery" uniquely yield large amounts of oxalic acid and were used in brewing a beverage remains to be proved.
In the brewery, researchers also found large deposits of used seeds from the Peruvian pepper tree, Schinus molle.
Los resultados muestran similitud entre el asa del chinguillo y Schinus molle L.
SCHINUS MOLLE AND PROSOPIS LAEVIGATA BARK AS INDICATOR OF ATMOSPHERIC DUST RETENTION IN FIVE LAND USES, SAN LUIS POTOSI, MEXICO
Familia Nomes cientificos Nome comum Lithraea brasiliensis Aroeira-bugre Marchand Anacardiaceae Schinus molle L.