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Synonyms for Loranthus

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CE, Chlorophora excelsa; CP, Ceiba pentandra, SH, Strophanthus hispidus, SD, Synsepalum dulcificum, PN, Picralima nitida, AD, Anthocleista djalonensis, PA, Persea americana; AO, Anacardium occidentale; LM, Loranthus micranthus; TAE, tannin acid equivalent.
Analysis of constituents of the eastern Nigeria mistletoe, Loranthus micranthus Linn, revealed presence of new classes of osteogenic compounds.
Gill and Onyibe, (1990) reported severe infestation of rubber trees in Nigeria by Loranthus incanus (= Phragmanthera capitata) and L.
This novel ingredient is comprised of three potent Fatty Acid Synthase (FAS) inhibitors: Green Tea, Tuber Fleeceflower and Parasitic Loranthus. When FAS is inhibited, the body's ability to store fat is greatly reduced.
Sep 1830 (Lorantheae).--Type: Loranthus Jacq., nom.
In eastern Europe there is another parasitic plant called loranthus,in the same family as mistletoe, that does grow on oak and it is probably this variety that was the sacred plant used in ancient times.
Mineral nutrition and water relations of hemiparasitic mistletoes: a question of partitioning experiments with Loranthus europaeus on Quercus petraea and Q.
(2017) for the first time profiled transcriptome globally in Loranthus seeds and studied the genes regulations of Loranthus seeds in response to water loss, which make a new understanding of drought tolerance and germination of seeds [64].
Other sample is Loranthus pest that has threatened the forests of Ilam province.
Fossil Gothanipollis may be comparable to extant Loranthus,