Cinnamomum camphora

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Related to Cinnamomum camphora: camphor tree, Cinnamomum zeylanicum, Cinnamomum cassia
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Synonyms for Cinnamomum camphora

large evergreen tree of warm regions whose aromatic wood yields camphor

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Cinnamomum camphora was widely planted for many advantages.
kenaica (AK) BITTERBUSH Picramnia pentandra * (FL) BURNINGBUSH Western Euonymus occidentalis * (WA, OR) CAJEPUT-TREE Melaleuca quinquenervia # (FL) CAMPHOR-TREE Cinnamomum camphora # (FL) CAPER Limber Capparis flexuosa * (FL) CASTORBEAN Ricinus communis (FL) CEANOTHUS Feltleaf Ceanothus arboreus * (CA) CEANOTHUS Greenbark Ceanothus spinosus * (CA) CHINKAPIN Allegheny Castanea pumila (NJ, PA) CHINKAPIN Ozark Castanea ozarkensis (MO, AR, OK) COCOPLUM Chrysobalanus icaco * (FL) COLUBRINA Coffee Colubrina arborescens * (FL) COLUBRINA Cuba Colubrina cubensis * (FL) CROSSOPETALUM Florida Crossopetalum rhacoma * (FL) CYRILLA Littleleaf Cyrilla racemiflora var.
2009a) and the fungus has been recovered from camphor tree, Cinnamomum camphora Presl, pondberry, Lindera melissifolia (Walter) Blume, and pondspice, Litsea aestiva lis (L.
Piperaceae) whole plant is mixed with a small amount of camphor [obtained from the wood of Cinnamomum camphora (L.
Species 1 Michelia compressa 2 Trochodendron aralioides 3 Cinnamomum camphora 4 C.
Its botanical name, Cinnamomum camphora, speaks the truth about its family connections; it is a relative of the same tropical cinnamon used in breakfast pastries, and its crushed leaves do emit a scent of camphor.
Tree species Family Province(s) Number of specimens Phoebe zhennan Lauraceae Sichuan 21 Machilus nanmu Lauraceae Sichuan 6 Cinnamomum camphora Lauraceae Sichuan, Hunan 7 Phoebe neurantha Lauraceae Fujian 4 Schima superba Theaceae Fujian 1 Picea asperata Pinaceae Sichuan 6 (all the same collection)
Alternately, bark of Holarrhena antidysenterica is mixed with camphor and a slight amount of bark of Cinnamomum camphora (L.