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HESPERETHUSA CRENULATA PDF

Hesperethusa. Hesperethusa crenulata (Roxb.) M. Roem. This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Hesperethusa (family Rutaceae). Hesperethusa is a genus of plant in family Rutaceae. Hesperethusa crenulata has traditionally been used as a facial cosmetic. Species include: Hesperethusa . Download Citation on ResearchGate | Alkaloids of the stem bark of Hesperethusa crenulata | From the petroleum extract of the title plant was isolated the weak.

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According to Wattvol. The petioles of the leaves on such Kurztrieben are often more narrowly winged than the rachis segments of the same leaves and are sometimes almost wingless. Several authors have stated that the spines are sometimes paired and that the leaves hesperthusa have four pairs of leaflets.

Petiole glabrouslength medium or long, wings narrow, adjoining the blade. First year twig surface glabrous ; second or third year twig surface mottled; thorns straight; prickles absent or not persistent. American Journal of Botany Calyx small, glandular, 4-lobed; lobes ovate. Fruit globoseseeded, 0. It was said crenupata Hainesvol. It was said by Hainesvol. Citrus ID Edition 2 October, idtools.

Grafts of it on Citrus were still growing in the greenhouses of the Agricultural Research Service at Washington after 20 years, although the union of the stock and hespereyhusa was somewhat swollen. Racemes short, axillarypubescentsubumbellatefew-flowered. Crown compact or dense, not weeping.

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Calyx small, glandular, 4-lobed; lobes ovate. Leaves imparipinnate; leaflets pairs, 1″-2″ [2. Not commercially available in California.

Center for Visual Computing Maintained by: The inflorescences often bear from one to several foliage leaves at the base, and leaf spurs Kurztriebenwith very short internodes, are often borne in the axils of the leaves of older twigs. Several authors have stated that the spines are sometimes paired and that the leaves often have four pairs of leaflets.

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Petals 4, fragrant, white, 0. The fruits are said by many authors to be very acid, but Hainesvol.

Ovary 4-celled with 1 pendulous ovule in each cell; style short. University of California, Riverside. Grafts of it on Citrus were still growing in the greenhouses of the Agricultural Research Service at Washington after 20 years, although the union of the stock and scion was somewhat swollen.

Season of flowering at Riverside: Leaves imparipinnate ; leaflets pairs, 1″-2″ [2. How to Support the Collection. Citrus of the World: Hesperethusa crenulata produces a hard, close-grained, light yellow wood in India, and its leaves, fruits, and roots are used in making medicine in that country.

Disk annular or stipitate.

Biological activities and safety of Thanaka (Hesperethusa crenulata) stem bark

A molecular phylogeny of the orange subfamily Rutaceae: Disk annular or stipitate. Fruit globose, seeded, 0. Racemes short, axillary, pubescent, subumbellate, few-flowered. Ovary hesperethjsa with 1 pendulous ovule in each cell; style short. Aurantioideae using nine cpDNA sequences. National Plant Germplasm System.

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Biological activities and safety of Thanaka (Hesperethusa crenulata) stem bark.

This tool is part of the Citrus Resource. The fruits are said by hesperethsa authors to be very acid, but Hainesvol. Description from The Citrus Industry Vol.

A dictionary of the economic products of India. The inflorescences often bear from one to several foliage leaves at the base, and leaf spurs Kurztriebenwith very short internodes, are often borne in the axils of vrenulata leaves of older twigs. Petals 4, crenulat, white, 0. The petioles of the leaves on such Kurztrieben are often more narrowly winged than the rachis segments of the same leaves and are sometimes almost wingless.

Swingle additonally noted that: Hesperethusa crenulata produces a hard, close-grained, light yellow wood in India, and its leaves, fruits, and roots are used in making medicine in that country. Season of ripeness at Riverside: