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an aromatic tree of the genus Clusia having large white or yellow or pink flowers

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Nemorosone, the major constituent of floral resins of Clusia rosea.
7-Epi-nemorosone from Clusia rosea induces apoptosis, androgen receptor down-regulation and dysregulation of PSA levels in LNCaP prostate carcinoma cells.
Clusia lanceolata Cambess apresenta-se na forma arbustiva e de pequenas arvores.
It was found about 15 m uphill from a walking trail in an area of steep montane scrub, a habitat type dominated by small trees and woody shrubs (common genera include Oreocallis, Tibouchina, Weinmannia, Clusia, and Hesperomeles), and a high density of mosses and lichens.
Recently, the polyisoprenylated benzophenone 7-epi-nemorosone, originally collected by honeybees from Clusia rosea and Clusia grandiflora (Clusiaceae), has been described to be a potent antitumoral agent.
The guttferones, HIV-inhibitory benzophenones from Symphonia globulifera, Garcinia livingstonei, Garcinia ovalifolia and Clusia rosea.
Nests were also built in a variety of deciduous trees whose branches overhung the water (n = 32), including Calophyllum longifolium, Doliocarpus major, Terminalia amazonica, Byrsonima crassifolia, Coccoloba parinense, Clusia pratensis, Ficus trigonata, and Brosimum alicastrum.
The phenomenon has been documented in wild papaya (Badillo, 1971; Baker, 1976), two Clusia species in Guyana (Maguire,
The related Cocos Finch (Pinaroloxias inornata) is known to eat fruit and disperse seed of Clusia and species of Melastomataceae and Rubiaceae (Werner and Sherry 1987).
diverse Hypericum, Garcinia, Clusia, Cratoxylum species, appear to be a valuable resource of cytotoxic compounds.
The guttiferones, HIV-inhibitory benzophenones from Symphonia globulifera, Garcinia livingstonei, Garcinia ovalifolia and Clusia rosea.
Floral morphology and relationships of Clusia gundlachii with a discussion of floral organ identity and diversity in the genus Clusia.
Violett Ozark, Castanea ozarkensis, 1989 Stuart Knight CHOLLA Jumping, Opuntia fulgida, 1995 Ken Morrow CINNECORD Acacia choriophylla, 1986 14 20 24 40 CLETHRA Cinnamon, Clethra acuminata, 1995 [*] 10 33 12 46 Cinnamon, Clethra acuminata, 1997 [*] 9 29 10 41 CLIFFROSE Cowania mexicana, 1998 15 30 12 48 CLUSIA Florida, Clusia rosea, 1995 25 40 37 74 COCONUT Palm, Cocos nucifera, 1979 [delta] 60 93 27 159 COFFEETREE Kentucky, Gymocladus dioicus, 1999 187 84 80 291 CONDALIA Bitter, Condalia globosa, 1995 28 19 25 53 CORALBEAN Southeastern, Erythrina herbecea, 1995 40 32 30 79 Southwestern, Erythrina flabelliformis, 1999 11 15 12 29 CORKWOOD Leitneria floridana, 1989 [+] 8 16 7 26 COTTONWOOD Black, Populus trichocarpa, 1995 320 158 110 506 Eastern (typ.