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Certain tree species of Aquilaria and Gyrinops of family Thymelaeaceae are capable of producing a valuable resin called agarwood… Expand Gyrinops walla, a member of Thymelaeaceae family produces valuable agarwood resin used for religious, cultural and medicinal… Expand Gyrinops walla Gaertn. (Family: Thymelaeaceae; Sinhala name: Walla; Walla Patta) is a common tree growing in moist regions of Sri… Expand Gyrinops walla Gaertn. is the only species growing in Sri Lanka that belongs to the agarwood family, Thymelaeaceae. Although… Expand The tribe Aquilarieae of the family Thymelaeaceae consists of two genera, Aquilaria and Gyrinops, with a total of 30 species… Expand Agarwood is a resinous wood substance that is produced as a non-specific host response to wounding, insects or microbial invasion… Expand Agarwood or eaglewood (Aguru in Bengali) is the most expensive wood in the world, which is an occasional product of a few… Expand Agarwood is an expensive resinous product extracted from some members of Aquilaria andGyrinops species of the family… Expand It has been done screening fitokimia and the determination of free antiradical activity extract methanol of gaharu leaf. The… Expand The genera Aquilaria and Gyrinops (Thymelaeaceae, Malvales) are well known for the production of agarwood which is a highly… Expand