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Two new Brazilian species and new combinations in Euploca (Heliotropiaceae)
SummaryTwo new species of Euploca (Heliotropiaceae): E. krapovickasii J. I. M. Melo & Semir and E. pottii J. I. M. Melo & Semir are described for Brazil, and 12 new combinations are proposed inExpand
New Combinations in Myriopus (Heliotropiaceae)
Abstract. Three new combinations in Myriopus (Heliotropiaceae) endemics from Brazil are proposed in this paper: Myriopus gardnerianus, M. membranaceus and M. salicifolius.
A New Species and a New Record of Varronia (Cordiaceae) from Brazil
Abstract Herein a new species, Varronia xinguana, is described and illustrated. In addition, Varronia polystachya, a species previously known only from Venezuela, is reported for the first time forExpand
First Record of Calliandra subspicata (Fabaceae) in Paraíba State, Brazil
Abstract. Calliandra subspicata (Fabaceae) hitherto had been reported from Pernambuco and Bahia, states of the Northeast Region of Brazil. Here we report this species from Paraíba state, the thirdExpand
New Combinations in Euploca Nutt . (Heliotropiaceae) from Mexico and Central America
Nine new combinations in Euploca (Heliotropiaceae) from mexico and Central America are proposed in this paper: Euploca calcicola, Euploca cremnogena, Euploca fallax, Euploca foliosissima, EuplocaExpand
New Combinations in Euploca (Heliotropiaceae) from French Polynesia
Abstract. Two new combinations in Euploca (Heliotropiaceae) from Marquesas Islands, endemic from French Polynesia, are proposed in this paper: Euploca marchionica and Euploca perlmanii.
Flavonoids from Varronia dardani (Taroda) J.S. Mill (cordiaceae) and the evaluation of spasmolytic activity of its crude ethanolic extract.
Pharmacological studies show spasmolytic activity for various species of Varronia. Thus, based on the taxonomy criteria, the aim of this study was to contribute to chemical and biological knowledge,Expand