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

Nymphaea caerulea

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[Total number of keywords: 368]

 

Nymphaea caerulea (7), anthocyanins (6), Antioxidant activity (4), chemical constituents of plants (4), chemical structure (4), spectral analysis (4), aurones (3), chemotaxonomy (3), copigmentation (3), flowers (3), medicinal plants (3), Nymphaeaceae (3), Water lily (3), Water quality (3), Africa (2), Algal blooms (2), Apoptosis (2), Benguela (2), Benzotropolone (2), blue flower colors (2), Castanopsis fissa (2), Chalcone (2), chalcones (2), Chilwa (2), Chlorophyll-a (2), content in human diet (2), Cultivars (2), Cyanobacteria (2), Cyanobacterial-dominance (2), derivatives (2), Ecology (2), Egypt (2), Ellagitannin (2), Eriobotrya japonica (2), ESI (2), Eutrophication (2), Fagaceae (2), Flavonoids (2), Floating vegetation (2), functions (2), Galloyl quinic acid (2), Hartbeespoort (2), history (2), HPLC-DAD-MS/MS-ESI (2), in vivo production (2), Inflammation (2), Invasion and angiogenesis (2), JWH-018 (2), Land use (2), LC/MS/MS (2), Livelihoods (2), localization (2), Loquat (2), MERIS (2), molar absorptivity values (2), Naphthalen-1-yl-(1-pentylindol-3-yl)methanone (2), nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (2), Optical remote sensing (2), Phenolic compounds (2), plant pigmentation (2), Purpurogallin (2), schistosomiasis (2), Southern Africa (2), Spice (2), Surface scums (2), Traditional medicine (2), Triterpene (2), Trophic status (2), Tumor cell proliferation (2), Uganda (2), Wetlands (2), Zeekoevlei Loskop (2), 13C NMR (1), 15N NMR (1), 18S rRNA (1), 2D NMR (1), 2S 3S,4S-trihydroxypentanoic acid (1), 3′-Galloylgalactosides (1), 3-Hydoxyrutaecarpine (1), 4′-Glucosidation (1), 5-glycosyl isoflavones (1), Acalypha hispida (1), Agaricales (1), Alcohol (1), Alkaloids (1), Alliaceae (1), Allium cepa (1), Amanita muscaria (1), anaxagorea brevipes (1), Angiosperms (1), Annonaceae (1), anthocyanin (1), antioxidant (1), antioxidants (1), aquatic plants (1), Art in medicine (1), Asimina triloba (1), biological control agents (1), Biomphalaria pfeifferi (1), Biomphalaria pfeifferi, Procambarus clarkii (1), Blue flower colour (1), Blue flowers (1), Botany (1), cannabinoids (1), cathinones (1), cell ultrastructure (1), cell wall components (1), cell walls (1), cellulose (1), Central nervous system stimulants (1), Chloroplast DNA (1), color (1), colour (1), cultural needs of humanity, embodied plants - anthropogenic concepts, clues to the human mind (1), Culture (1), Cyanidin 3-O-(2″-galloyl-6″-O-α-rhamnopyranosyl-β-galactopyranoside) (1), decapod crustaceans (1), delphinidin 3′-O- (2″-O-galloyl-6″-O-acetyl-β-galactopyranoside) (1), delphinidin 3′-O- (2″-O-galloyl-β-galactopyranoside) (1), designer drugs (1), developmental stages (1), Discourse (1), disease vectors (1), East Africa (1), Ecosystem health (1), ecosystem processes (1), Emergent drug trends (1), Ethnobotany (1), Ethnopharmacology (1), Euphorbiaceae (1), evolution (1), flavonoid (1), Flavonol (1), Flavonol 3-rhamnosides (1), flavonols (1), function (1), genetic (1), Glucoside (1), glycosides (1), Habitat selection (1), Hallucinogens (1), Herbal medicine (1), History of medicine (1), Home range and movement patterns (1), Human (1), hydrophytes, special adaptations with submergence/anaerobic (1), Inland water (1), Internet (1), Internet resource (1), Introduced predator (1), iron content in soils, on pH and Eh combination (1), ITS2-4 (1), Kaempferol 3-(2″-acetylrhamnoside) (1), Kenya (1), key conditions of soil, water logging and saturation (1), Lake Victoria basin (1), Leptothyrsa sprucei (1), lignin (1), Liliaceae (1), Macrocycle (1), macrophytes (1), Magnolia (1), magnolia delavayi (1), Manglietia (1), manglietia tenuipes (1), matK (1), Medicinal properties (1), methcathinone (1), Michelia (1), michelia fuscata (1), Middle Stone Age (1), mire, and wetlands with peat accumulation (1), Molecular phylogeny (1), Mozambique (1), myricetin (1), Myricetin 3-(2″-acetylrhamnoside) (1), Myricetin 3-O-(3″-O-acetyl)-α-l-rhamnoside (1), N. elegans (1), N. gracilis (1), N. nucifera (1), N. pulchella (1), Nelumbo nucifera (1), Niassa (1), Nuclear factor-κB (1), Nuclear factor-κB (1), nutraceutical (1), Nymphaea (1), Nymphaea ampla (1), Nymphaéa caerulea (1), Nymphaèa caerulea (1), Nymphaea lotus (1), Nymphaéaceae (1), Nymphaèaceae (1), Nymphaeales (1), Okavango Delta (1), paleobotany (1), palustrine system of wetland, dominant vegetation cover and peat (1), p-Coumaroyl (1), pentanoic acids (1), pharmacological (1), phenethylamines (1), Phenolic constituents (1), phytochemical (1), Pigmented scales (1), plant anatomy (1), plant morphology (1), Poisons (1), Policy (1), pollen (1), polysaccharides (1), precursors (1), Procambarus clarkii (1), Psilocybine (1), psychoactive (1), Psychotropic drugs (1), pyrolysis gas chromatography (1), Quercetin 3-(2″-acetylrhamnoside) (1), Quercetin 3-(3″-acetylrhamnoside) (1), Radiative transfer model (1), Radio telemetry (1), rbcL (1), Red onion (1), Regeneration (1), Remote sensing (1), Resilience (1), retention time (1), Robinoside (1), Rutaceae (1), sacred trees and plants - trees, not only housing spirits and gods, but symbols of eternal and continuous rebirth (1), Seed bank (1), seed ingestion (1), seed survival (1), seed viability (1), snail control (1), Somalia (1), Spectral properties (1), stability (1), Starch grains (1), stereochemistry (1), Stilbnoids (1), stormwater treatment (1), structure (1), Sudan (1), sustainable utilization (1), symbolic uses of plants - key questions, studies about learning ethnobiology (1), Synthetic cannabis (1), tannins (1), Taxonomic character (1), Temporary wetland (1), testa (1), therapeutic (1), Tobacco (1), Tropical inland fishery management (1), tryptamine (1), ultrastructure (1), UV-B protection (1), valeric acid (1), Veratrum schindleri (1), water as the primary ingredient for wetlands (1), Water compound map (1), Water regime (1), water/soil/vegetation of wetland, the triad for a wetland definition (1), weed control (1), Weed map (1), Weed spectral library (1), Welwitschia mirabilis (1), wetland (1), wetland criteria, defining wetlands becoming complex issues (1), wetland habitats, and anthropogenic influence or modification (1), wetland vegetation, distinct spatial zones to water depth/salinity (1), zoochory (1)

 

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