Carapa guianensis

Known as: crabwood 
 
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2013
2013
Two novel limonoids, named guianolides A (1) and B (2), were isolated from the seeds of Carapa guianensis AUBLET (Meliaceae… (More)
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2011
2011
Oils of Carapa guianensis and Copaifera spp. are well known in the Amazonian region as natural insect repellent, and studies have… (More)
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2011
2011
We have previously described the anti-allergic activities of a pooled fraction of tetranortriterpenoids (TNTPs) containing 6… (More)
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2011
2011
The leaves of Carapa guianensis have been used to treat ulcers, skin parasites, and skin problems. The ethanolic extract of C… (More)
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2010
2010
Carapa guianensis, a popular medicinal plant known as “Andiroba” in Brazil, has been used in traditional medicine as an insect… (More)
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2009
2009
INTRODUCTION Limonoids are tetranortriterpenoids of considerable interest due to their structural varieties and biological… (More)
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2008
2008
Carapa guianensis (Meliaceae), known as Andiroba in Brazil, has been used by Amazon Rainforest indigenous communities for… (More)
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2007
2007
Selective logging may impact patterns of genetic diversity within populations of harvested forest tree species by increasing… (More)
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2004
2004
Carapa guianensis Aubl. (Meliaceae), a hard wood tree from the Brazilian Amazon, has large recalcitrant seeds that can germinate… (More)
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