3 edition of Pinus longifolia, Roxb. found in the catalog.
Pinus longifolia, Roxb.
Troup, Robert Scott
|Statement||by R.S. Troup.|
|Series||Indian forest memoirs -- v.1, Pt.1|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||126|
Datasheet Type(s): Host Plant, Exclude from ISC. Invasive Species Compendium. Detailed coverage of invasive species threatening livelihoods and the environment worldwide. The Cationic Cascade Route to Longifolene. The Journal of Organic Chemistry , 70 (13), DOI: /jo Sasan Karimi and, Paula Tavares. An Efficient Formal Synthesis of the Sesquiterpenoid Longifolene. Journal of Natural Products , 66 (4), DOI: /npCited by:
Understanding the worth and heritage of excellence of medicinal plants the book makes an attempt to provide information on cultivation of medicinal plants and their different uses. This book includes the chemical composition of plants, plant protection, essential oils extracted from plants, cultivation of more than medicinal plants, list of. Poria monticola Murr. (= Poria microspora Overh.) has so far been known to occur naturally in North America (Canada and United States), where the fungus commonly causes heart rot of living trees (sitka spruce and Douglas fir) as well as decay of coniferous wood in service. The fungus is not known to occur naturally in Great Britain, and is only present in timber imported into the country from Cited by: 4.
Pinus roxburghii Sarg. (syn. Pinus longifolia Roxb.) (Pinaceae), commonly known as chir pine, is one of the five pines found in India - Pinus roxburghii Sarg, Pinus wallichiana Jackson, Pinus gerardiana Wall, Pinus kesiya Royle ex Gordon and Pinus armandii French and the most widely occurring. It is also known as Himalayan. complanatum refers definitely to an aecium on the needles of Pinus longifolia Roxb.; and the name is therefore not applicable to the stem Peridermium on Pinus excelsa. 1 Received for publication Nov. 17, ; issued April, 2 Reference is made by number (italic) to "Literature cited," p.
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Pinus longifolia, Roxb: a sylvicultural study Paperback – January 1, by Robert Scott Troup (Author)Author: Robert Scott Troup. The aromatic wood of Pinus longifolia is used in Hindu medicine. The tree yields an oleo-resin called sarala drava, srivasa and kshira in Sanskrit.
In the vernacular it is called gandha-birozd. Royle remarked, "The chir exudes or yields to incisions a very fine turpentine.
This is chiefly valued by the natives for its resin, and as the. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Troup, Robert Scott, Pinus Longifolia, Roxb. Calcutta, India, Supt. Govt. Printing, (OCoLC) This memoir is based on observations made during several years in the most important chir pine forests of India.
The distribution and character of such forests are discussed and the questions of natural and artificial regeneration, sylvicultural characters and requirements, systems of management and external dangers are considered.
Under the last heading is included an account of the insect Author: R. Troup. Pinus longifolia of the Chemical Society (Resumed) XLVII.—Indian turpentine from Pinus longifolia, roxb. Part V. For reproduction Roxb. book material from all other RSC journals and books: Reproduced from Ref.
XX with permission from The Royal Society of Chemistry. Pinus Longifolia. Name: Pinus Longifolia Common Name: Chir Pine Botanical Name: Pinus roxburghii Availability: In Stock.
This beautiful, native India pine tree is capable of reaching 80 to feet in height with a 30 to foot-spread but is more often seen smaller. It is usually saved on a construction site for use as a specimen in the.
Poria monticola Murr. (= Poria microspora Overh.) has so far been known to occur naturally in North America (Canada and United States), where the Cited by: 4. Pinus roxburghii must have had a reduction in area of occupancy and numbers of mature trees in the past due to over-exploitation, but matters appear to have improved due to better management of the forests.
If there is still decline, it is probably insufficient to. Pinus longifolia also called as chir pine and Sarala is an ayurvedic plant used in ayurvedic medicines.
It:Treats fever, intestinal worms, digestive disorders, skin diseases like eczema and ringworm, gynaecological disorders, localized swelling, cough, asthma, pain, diarrhoea, leucorrhoea, sciatica, gout, numbness, earache, rheumatoid arthritis, non–healing wounds, spondylitis. Pinus roxburghii Sarg.
(syn. Pinus longifolia Roxb.) (Pinaceae), found in the Himalayan region, furnishes an oleo- resin which is used as insecticides, disinfectants and liver disorders. roxburghii are reported to have woundFile Size: KB.
(syn. Pinus longifolia Roxb.) (Pinaceae), found in the Himalayan region, furnishes an oleo-resin which is used as insecticides, disinfectants and liver disorders. roxburghii are reported to have. LXI.—The constituents of Indian turpentine from Pinus longifolia, Roxb.
Part I LXI.—The constituents of Indian turpentine from Pinus longifolia, Roxb. Part I J. Simonsen, J. Chem. Soc., Trans., books or book chapters) do not need to formally request permission to reproduce material contained in this article Cited by: Latin name: Pinus longifolia Roxb. Marathi Name: Saraldeek.
Persian Name: Samaghe Sanobar, Kaaz. Sanskrit Name: Sarala Drava, Srivasa. Urdu Name: Behroza. Recommended Dosage: 2 to 4 g oleo-raisin; Oil: For external application only.
Contraindication: The oleo-raisin is contraindicated in bronchial asthma and whooping cough. The oil has. Pinus longifolia Roxb.
ex Lamb. Pinus longifolia Roxb. ex Lamb. is a synonym of Pinus roxburghii Sarg. This name is a synonym of Pinus roxburghii Sarg. The record derives from WCSP (data supplied on ) which reports it as a synonym and as an illegitimate name (record ) with original publication details: Descr.
Pinus 1: 29 Pinus longifolia control condition respectively in the month of August and September. The Introduction Pinus roxburghii Sarg.
(syn. Pinus longifolia Roxb.) (Pinaceae), commonly known as chir pine, is a tall tree with a spreading crown found in the Himalayan from Kashmir to Bhutan, Afghanistan and in. Check other web resources for Pinus longifolia Roxb.
ex Lamb. ePIC: Electronic Plant Information Centre of Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew ; AGRICOLA: Article Citation Database or NAL Catalog of USDA's National Agricultural Library Entrez: NCBI's search engine for PubMed citations, GenBank sequences, etc.
; PubAg: USDA's National Agricultural Library database of full-text journal articles and. The medicinal plants have been used since ancient times for the treatment of human ailments. Over three quarters of the world population relies mainly on plants and plant extracts for health care.
The herbal medicines today symbolize safety in contrast to the synthetics that are regarded as unsafe to human and environment. In the primeval times, the Indian sagacious held the view that.
Pinus roxburghii (Syn. Pinus longifolia) Common name: Chir pine Shimla & Solan (H.P.) March & October The species name Pinus longifolia was used by Salisbury for another plant from southeastern United States in (accepted name Pinus palustris Mill.
given in ). Unaware of this name, Roxburgh named Himalayan chir pine as Pinus logifolia in Pinus roxburghii is a large tree reaching 30–50 m (98– ft) with a trunk diameter of up to 2 m ( ft), exceptionally 3 m (10 ft).
The bark is red-brown, thick and deeply fissured at the base of the trunk, thinner and flaky in the upper : Pinopsida. Methanol and aqueous extract of the leaves of Pinus longifolia Roxb. were screened for wound healing property on excision, incision wound models in wistar albino rats.
Both the extract showed. Pinus roxburghii Sarg. (accepted name) Synonyms: Pinus longifolia Roxb. ex Lamb. (synonym) Common names: Common name Transliteration Language Country; sula: Sula-Pakistan: 喜马拉雅长叶松 (xi ma la ya chang ye song) Xi ma la ya zhang ye song (xi ma la ya chang ye song).U.S.
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