ALPINIA SPECIOSA PDF

ALPINIA SPECIOSA PDF

Alpinia speciosa [zerumbet] variegata Ginger. Alpinia speciosa [zerumbet] variegata. Stock Number: Availability: In Stock. Family: Zingiberaceae Cultural. Define Alpinia speciosa. Alpinia speciosa synonyms, Alpinia speciosa pronunciation, Alpinia speciosa translation, English dictionary definition of Alpinia. High Thailand all of you Shurijo Castle hemensore ♪ (^ ▽ ^)/. We want to introduce Alpinia speciosa (Alpinia speciosa) planted in.

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Alpinia nutansthe shellfloweror dwarf cardamomappinia a Southeast Asian plant of the ginger family Zingiberaceaeand is a medicinal plant used to control hypertensionas diuretic[1] antifungal[2] and antiulcer. Articles with ‘species’ microformats Articles needing additional medical references from February All articles needing additional references Articles requiring reliable alpinua sources Commons category link is on Wikidata Articles with Portuguese-language external links Taxonbars with automatically added basionyms All stub articles.

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The major one is pentadecanoic acid C, Alpinia ZerumbetLanguas speciosashall-flowershell gingershellflower. The fruit is a rounded, dry or fleshy capsule. The inflorescence takes the form of a spike, a panicleor a raceme. Retrieved from ” https: The total saturated fatty acids constitute Wikimedia Commons has media specioda to Alpinia nutans.

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SCHUM on the porphyrin photooxidative reaction”. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved from ” https: Volatile essential oil constituents of Alpinia smithiae Zingiberaceae.

Alpinia Flora of Brazil Zingiberales stubs. Endothelium-dependent vasorelaxant effects of the essential oil from aerial parts of Alpinia zerumbet and its main constituent 1, 8-cineole in alpnia.

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Alpinia nutans Scientific classification Kingdom: References in periodicals archive? Alpiniagenus Alpiniagenus Languasgenus Zerumbet – perennial rhizomatous herbs of Asia and Australia and Polynesia having ginger-scented rhizomes.

Revista Brasileira de Farmacognosia 21 1 Retrieved from ” https: Alpinia abundiflora Alpinia acrostachya Alpinia acuminata Alpinia aenea Alpinia affinis Alpinia agiokuensis Alpinia alata Alpinia albertisii Alpinia albipurpurea Alpinia allugas Alpinia amentacea Alpinia angustifolia Alpinia annabellae Alpinia antillarum Alpinia apoensis Alpinia aquatica Alpinia arctiflora Alpinia arfakensis Alpinia arundelliana Alpinia assimilis Alpinia athroantha Alpinia aurantiaca Alpinia auriculata Alpinia bambusifolia Alpinia beamanii Alpinia biakensis Alpinia bicalyculata Alpinia bifida Alpinia bilamellata Alpinia bisculata Alpinia blepharocalyx Alpinia blumei Alpinia boia Alpinia boninsimensis Alpinia borneensis Alpinia borraginoides Alpinia brachyantha Alpinia brachypoda Alpinia bracteata Alpinia breviligulata Gagnep.

The leaves are lance-shaped to oblong.

Most Alpinia are plants of forest understory habitat. Among the fatty acids containing even number of carbon atoms, the main constituents are linolenic acid C This page was last edited on 29 Decemberat Views View Edit History. The fragrant flowers are waxy; light pink flower buds open to tubular flowers with yellow inside lips and red throats. The plant produces lance-shaped green leaves to 2′ long and 5″ wide.

The globose white stigma of the pistil extends beyond the tip of the anther. Shell-flower is commonly called shell ginger or shellflower because its individual shell pink flowers, particularly when in bud, resemble sea shells. Journal of the Indian Chemical Society. Alpinia Alpinia Zerumbet genus Alpinia genus Languas genus Zerumbet ginger Languas speciosa shall-flower shell ginger shellflower.

This Zingiberales -related article is a stub. Chemical composition and antimicrobial activity of essential oil of leaf, stem and rhizome of Alpinia speciosa J. Contribuicao ao estudo quimico de plantas do Nordeste: Views Read Edit View history. Date 6 December Please review the contents of the section and add the appropriate references if you can.

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Alpinia speciosa – cultivated for its shining oblong leaves and arching clusters of white flowers with pink shading and crinkled yellow lips with variegated magenta stripes Alpinia ZerumbetLanguas speciosashall-flowershell gingershellflower ginger – perennial plants having thick branching aromatic rhizomes and leafy reedlike stems Alpiniagenus Alpiniagenus Languasgenus Zerumbet – perennial rhizomatous herbs of Asia and Australia and Polynesia having ginger-scented rhizomes.

Alpinia speciosa

Pharmacological and toxicological evaluation of Alpinia speciosa. The rhizome oil of Alpinia speciosa contains some fatty alpiia with an odd number of carbon atoms, which are less common in nature than fatty acids with even numbers of carbon atoms. It has a very distinctive cardamom fragrance when brushed or rubbed, but this is not the plant that produces the spice by that name.

The flower has a shallowly toothed calyx which is sometimes split on one side. Alpinia Alpinia zerumbet Scientific classification Kingdom: Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz. Flora of North America.

Estudo das fracoes fixas e do oleo essencial. There is one fertile stamen and two staminodeswhich are often joined into a petal-like labelluma structure that is inconspicuous in some species and quite showy in others. This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2. The flower’s single fertile stamen has a massive anther.

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