Australian New Crops Info 2014
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Listing of Interesting Plants of the World:

Khaya anthotheca

Keywords

[Total number of keywords: 776]

 

Meliaceae (14), khaya anthotheca (9), limonoids (6), allergene Wirkung (5), allergenic effects (5), Arbeitsstoff (5), Gefahrstoff (5), hazardous substance (5), Internal transcribed spacer (ITS) (5), Khaya ivorensis (5), logging (5), Mahogany (5), MAK value (5), MAK-Wert (5), maximale Arbeitsplatzkonzentration (5), maximum workplace concentration (5), occupational exposure (5), toxicity (5), Toxizität (5), Uganda (5), Conservation (4), Cytotoxicity (4), Adaptation (3), Allergic contact dermatitis (3), Ascomycota (3), Biodiversity (3), competition (3), Concerted evolution (3), contact dermatitis (3), Endophytic fungi (3), Forest (3), fossil wood (3), FwJj20 (3), Gedunin (3), Ghana (3), Intraindividual polymorphism (3), Khaya (3), Late Pliocene (3), Malawi (3), medicinal plants (3), Neotropics (3), Pan troglodytes (3), Pao ferro (3), Phylogeography (3), Reforestation (3), riverine woodland (3), Seasonal forests (3), tropical forest (3), upper Burgi Member (3), Africa (2), African mahogany (2), allergens (2), allergic (2), American Mahogany (2), Antibacterial (2), Antifungal (2), Antimalarial activity (2), avoidance (2), Big leaf Mahogany (2), Biomass (2), Biomass type (2), Botanic extracts (2), Broadleaf Mahogany (2), Budongo (2), Budongo Forest (2), Cedrela (2), Cedrela odorata (2), Central Africa (2), chimpanzee (2), Climate change (2), diet (2), diversity (2), Dry zone Mahogany (2), Edinam (2), forest regeneration (2), forest trees (2), Fuelwood (2), Ghana forest decline (2), Heavy Mahogany (2), HPLC (2), Hypsipyla (2), investigation (2), irradiance (2), Irritant contact dermatitis (2), Kakamega Forest (2), Khaya grandifoliola (2), Kosipo (2), Leaf area index (2), limonoid (2), Local forest management (2), Machaerium scleroxylon (2), Methyl angolensate (2), Microarray (2), Microdilution assay (2), migration (2), Minimum inhibitory concentration (2), Molecular identification (2), MS (2), Multinomial probit analysis (2), Natural products (2), onycholysis (2), Pharmacogenomics (2), Phylogenetic analysis (2), Phylogenetics (2), Phytoanticipins (2), Phytodermatitis (2), Phytophotodermatitis (2), pioneers (2), plant biochemistry (2), plant extracts (2), plant physiology (2), Plasmodium falciparum (2), Policy (2), Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (2), psbB exon (2), psbN exon (2), psbT exon (2), Rainforest (2), Sapele (2), Sapindales (2), shade tolerance (2), Soot (2), Speciation (2), Species distribution (2), Species diversity (2), species richness (2), SRM (2), Swietenia candollei Pittier (2), Tiama (2), Tolerance (2), Toona (2), tree physiology (2), Tree seedling (2), Tropical moist forest (2), tropical rain forest (2), Validation (2), White Acajou (2), (R)-3,4-dimethoxydahlbergione (1), (R)-4-methoxydahlbergione (1), 13C NMR spectra. (1), 1H NMR spectra (1), 2,6-dimethoxy-1,4-benzoquinone (1), 2.6-dimethoxybenzoquinone (1), 3,4-dimethoxydalbergione (1), 6,8-Dihydroxycarapin (1), 6S-Hydroxykhayalactone (1), Aboudikrou (1), above-ground (1), abundance (1), Acajou blanc (1), Acajou d (1), Acajou de Grand Bassam (1), A–Ci curves (1), African semi-deciduous rain forest (1), Agroforestry (1), airborne (1), Albertine rift ecoregion (1), allergic sensitization of skin, proved experimentally by Bloch and Steiner-Woerlich (1), Allometry (1), Amazon mahogany (1), Ambuic acid (1), Amerikanisches Mahagoni (1), Amerique centrale (1), Anacardiaceae (1), Analysis of similarity (1), Animal health (1), Anthelmintic (1), Anthothecanolide (1), Anthothecol (1), anticoagulant activity (1), Antifungal activity (1), Antillen-Mahagoni (1), antimalarial assays - methods and applications (1), Antimycobacterial activity (1), Antimycotic (1), antioxidant activity (1), antiplasmodial (1), Aphanamixis polystacha (1), Arboricide (1), Assie (1), Asthma (1), Atom-Assié (1), avian control of insect herbivores, and reductions - in plant damage, important economic value (1), bark damage (1), Bark-thickness (1), bats (1), baywood (1), Belize mahogany (1), below-ground (1), Bioactive forages (1), biochemical systematics (1), Biogeography (1), Birds (1), birds as mobile links - from an ecosystem functional perspective, birds as mobile links (1), birds' ecological functions, a wide spectrum - creating soil to shaping primate behavior, and key ecological roles (1), Bloat control (1), blood coagulation (1), blood platelets (1), botany (1), Brazilian mahogany (1), Brazilian rosewood (1), Brillantaisia nitens (1), Candollei (1), Canonical discriminant (1), canopy (1), canopy fogging (1), Canopy gaps (1), Canopy shade (1), Caribbean (1), Caviuna (1), Cayenne-Palisander (1), census (1), Central America (1), Cercopithecus (1), Cercopithecus ascanius (1), Cercopithecus mitis (1), Chao's Similarity estimators (1), chemical constituents of plants (1), chemical defense (1), chemical reactions (1), chemical structure (1), chimpanzee behavior (1), Chimpanzee conservation (1), chimpanzee group size (1), chimpanzees (1), Chisocheton siamensis (1), Chromosome number (1), classification (1), Climatic gradient (1), climbers (1), Cline (1), Cluster analysis (1), Coleoptera (1), Colobus (1), Combretum (1), Combretum vendae (1), Commiphora (1), Commiphora harveyi (1), community development (1), Community overlap (1), Community structure (1), compositae plants - known as Asteraceae (1), Condensed tannins (1), Congo Basin (1), contact dermatitis - allergic (1), contact urticaria (1), Continuous regeneration (1), Coppicing (1), Côte d’Ivoire (1), coumarins (1), counterintuitive effects - bird–insect interactions, possibility of increase in insect populations (1), Cuban mahogany (1), cutaneous reactions to implanted metals - photoallergic contact dermatitis (1), Cyclohexenone (1), Cynometra alexandri (1), Cytotoxic activity (1), Dahomey corridor (1), dalbergione (1), Dark septate endophytes (1), DAST (1), Deacetylkhayanolide E (1), density (1), deoxylapachol (1), development of dermatitis (1), Discontinuous regeneration (1), Dispersal (1), disturbance (1), Dola (1), Dominican mahogany (1), Drought (1), dry forest (1), eastern arc forests (1), Echtes Mahagoni (1), ecological functions of birds - in the tropics (1), Ecological resilience (1), eczematous responses (dermatitis) - severity of dermatitis determined by intensity of exposure and level of sensitivity (1), Edaphic habitats (1), Eidolon (1), Endophyte (1), Entandrophragma (1), Environmental factors (1), erythema multiforme (1), Ethnoveterinary medicine (1), ex-situ biodiversity (1), feeding (1), feeding habitats (1), figs (1), fire (1), Flavonoid (1), flooding (1), Florida (1), Forest fragments (1), forest health monitoring (1), Forest management (1), Forest structure (1), Fossil calibration (1), four main types of mobile links - and corresponding avian ecosystem services (1), fruits (1), Fungal infections (1), Fungus–plant interactions (1), Fungus–plant interactions (1), Furniture industry (1), Gambia mahagony (1), Gambia-Mahagoni (1), gap (1), gedu nohor (1), genetic markers (1), genetic polymorphism (1), genetic variation (1), Germination (1), Gollon (1), grain (1), Grand Bassam mahagony (1), Grand Bassam-Mahagoni (1), Grandifolide A (1), Granivores (1), growth analysis (1), Guild changes (1), guinea pig sensitization (1), gully (1), Harvesting (1), Hay fever (1), heavy sapele (1), herbivory (1), holoparasite (1), home range (1), Honduras mahogany (1), Honduras-Mahagoni (1), host diameter (1), host plant (1), host specificity (1), Hypsipyla grandella (1), Hypsipyla robusta (1), industrial allergens (1), Industrial dermatitis (1), Industrial logging (1), insecticidal activity (1), Insel-Mahagoni (1), International Contact Dermatitis Research Group (ICDRG) (1), Internet resource (1), Jacaranda (1), Jacaranda caviuna (1), Jacaranda pardo (1), Jamaica mahogany (1), Katavi-Rukwa (1), Kayenne-Palisander (1), kernel analysis (1), Khaya N (1), Khaya senegalensis (1), Kirkia wilmsii (1), Krala (1), Kuba-Mahagoni (1), Lagos mahogany (1), leaves (1), Liana (1), lianas (1), Lichens (1), light gaps (1), limonoids. (1), litter removal (1), Liverworts (1), lovoa trichilioides (1), Loxodonta africana (1), Loxostylis alata (1), malaria (1), Mangona (1), mansonone A (1), Mbawa (1), medicinal properties (1), Melanin (1), Methanogensis (1), Miombo (1), Miombo woodland (1), mistletoes, good example of a keystone taxon - dependent on, and likely diversified by avian seed dispersers (1), mode of action (1), Mogano americano (1), moist forest (1), Molecular clock (1), monkeys (1), monodominant (1), movements (1), Munyama (1), mushitu (1), Mutualism (1), N (1), Nahan’s Francolin (1), natural forest (1), Natural regeneration (1), nesting (1), nesting, day nests, night nests (1), Nicaragua mahogany (1), Nicaragua-Mahagoni (1), non-pioneers (1), NPP (1), nuclear DNA content (1), occupational (1), occupational dermatitis (1), occurrence in plants and woods (1), Ochna (1), Ochna natalitia (1), omu (1), on-farm trees (1), ordination (1), overstorey density (1), padauk (1), pâo ferro (1), Parasite control (1), participatory research (1), patch test results (1), perfumes, blends of ingredients producing odour - intended to be aesthetically pleasant (1), Pest management (1), Pest resistance (1), photoblastic seeds (1), photosynthesis (1), phytochemicals (1), Phytomedicine (1), Plant communities (1), plant compounds (1), Plant Science and Plant Products (1), planted forest (1), plants (1), plasmodium falciparum clone and DHA assay (1), platelet aggregation (1), Point counts (1), pollinating nectarivores, and seed-dispersing frugivores - genetic linkers carrying genetic material, individual plant to another plant (1), population density (1), population structure (1), potential allergen (1), Predation (1), primate (1), Primate food trees (1), Principal component (1), principal components analysis (1), Progeny (1), Protorhus longifolia (1), Provenance (1), punah (1), quinones (1), Rabinowitz's classification (1), Rainfall (1), random amplified polymorphic DNA technique (1), rarity (1), rbcL (1), Rearrangement (1), Reciprocal seed addition (1), red : far-red ratio (1), Resilience (1), respiratory effect (1), Resprouting (1), Root suckering (1), Rosewood (1), Rotes Khaya-Mahagoni (1), Ruminant (1), Samanguilla (1), Santos rosewood (1), Santos-Palisander (1), Santos-Rosewood (1), sapeli (1), Sapelli-Mahagoni (1), Saponin (1), savanna (1), scavenging birds, as vultures - crucial process linkers hastening decomposition of potentially disease carrying carcasses (1), seasonal roosts (1), seasonality (1), seasons (1), seed dispersers to plant survival - reducing density-dependent mortality of seeds and seedlings (1), seedling establishment and growth (1), Seedling growth (1), Seedling mortality (1), Seedling recruitment (1), Selective logging (1), Senegal mahagony (1), Senegal-Mahagoni (1), sensitive fluorescence HPLC assay for AQ-13 (1), series of plant allergens (1), sipo (1), Sipo-Mahagoni (1), Size-class distributions (SCDs) (1), Small ruminants (1), socio-economic and cultural - relationship of contact dermatitis to socio-economic groups (1), soil erosion (1), soils (1), South Africa (1), Spanisches Mahagoni (1), spatial distribution (1), spatial dynamics (1), Species response curve (1), specificity (1), spectral analysis (1), strong sensitizer - as dinitrochlorobenzene (DNCB) (1), Stumps (1), succession (1), Susceptibility (1), swamp forest (1), Swietenia (1), Swietenia humilis (1), Swietenia macrophylla (1), Swietenioideae (1), Tabasco-Mahagoni (1), Tannin (1), Tanzania (1), Tanzanian plants (1), Tetranortriterpenoids (1), Threats (1), Timber concessions (1), timber species (1), Toona ciliata (1), traditional medicine (1), Traditional treatment (1), tree inventory (1), tree species distribution (1), trees (1), Trichilia havanensis (1), trnS–trnG intergenic spacer (1), trnS–trnG intergenic spacer (1), Tropical forest management (1), tropical woods (1), Urticaria (1), utile (1), Utile-Mahagoni (1), Voorhoeve (1965) (1), West Africa (1), West-African forest (1), Western Africa (1), Westindisches Mahagoni (1), Wood (1), wood dermatitis (1), wood dusts (1), Woodland Fabaceae (1), Woody climber (1), X-ray crystallography (1), Zaire mahagony (1), Zaire-Mahagoni (1), Zygomycota (1)

 

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