Codonolactone, a sesquiterpene lactone isolated from Chloranthus
Floral organogenesis in Chloranthus
sessilifolius (Chloranthaceae): with special emphasis on the morphological nature of the androecium of Chloranthus
The present research is a part of a specific study carrying out in Algeria to explore the allelopathic effects of five medicinal and aromatic plants Colocynthis vulgaris Schrad, Retama retam L, Traganum nudatum Del, Pituranthos chloranthus
1997), positioned with the eudicots Ceratophyllaceae, Laurales, Magnoliales and Piperales in an unresolved polytomy (APG, 1998), basal within the angiosperms (Donoghue and Mathews, 1998), sister to Chloranthus
(Mathews and Donoghue, 1999), sister to the Laurales (Parkinson et al.
One of the great ironies, he writes, "of the (tea) trade is that the bergamot-flavoured Earl Grey, now regarded as a "great tea", was originally scented with Chloranthus
inconspicuous, Jasminum sambac, Gardenia florida, Murraya exotica and Aglaia odorata, as well as orange and lemon leaves.
Some teas that bear the name 'orchid' are actually flavored with chloranthus
spicatus and not with the scent of an orchid.
multistachys, three terpenoids--lupeol (1), henrilabdane B (2), and istanbulin A (3) were isolated.
Phylogeny of Chloranthus
(Chloranthaceae) based on nuclear ribosomal ITS and plastid trnL-F sequences data.
undulatas Fowler & Turner  CHLORANTHALES Chloranthaceae Chloranthus
spicatus  COMMELINALES Commelinaceae Cochliostema odoratissima  CORNALES Hydrangeaceae Philadelphus coronarius L.
comparable to extant Chloranthus
, from the Albian in America and the