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pro·ti·um

 (prō′tē-əm, prō′shē-)
n.
The most abundant isotope of hydrogen, H-1, having one proton and no neutrons in the nucleus.

protium

(ˈprəʊtɪəm)
n
(Elements & Compounds) the most common isotope of hydrogen, having a mass number of 1
[C20: New Latin, from proto- + -ium]

pro•ti•um

(ˈproʊ ti əm, -ʃi əm)

n.
the lightest and most common isotope of hydrogen.
[1930–35; < Greek prôt(os) first + -ium2]

pro·ti·um

(prō′tē-əm, prō′shē-əm)
The most abundant isotope of hydrogen, having an atomic mass of 1. Its nucleus consists of a single proton. See more at hydrogen.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Protium - genus of chiefly tropical American trees having fragrant wood and yielding gum elemi
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
Burseraceae, family Burseraceae, torchwood family - resinous or aromatic chiefly tropical shrubs or trees
Protium heptaphyllum - tropical American tree
Protium guianense - tropical American tree
Translations
Protium
procio
protium
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Arecaceae), Protium apiculatum Swart (Burseraceae) y Brosimum utile (Kunth) Oken (Moraceae) (Quinto-Mosquera & Moreno, 2016; Quinto-Mosquera et al.
45[degrees]W) exhibits dense forest vegetation with numerous tree species including Protium species (Burseraceae), Caryocar villosum (Aubl.
The marked climatic seasonality and floristic aspects of the fragment, including the presence of the genera Xylopia (Annonaceae); Aspidosperma (Apocynaceae); Protium and Trattinnickia (Burseraceae); Saccoglotis (Humiriaceae); Miconia and Mouriri (Melastomataceae); Myrcia (Myrtaceae); and Qualea and Vochysia (Vochysiaceae), characterize it as a Submontane Seasonal Semideciduous Forest (Table 2).
Some species from this group, such as Protium heptaphyllum, Siparuna guianensis, Ocotea corymbosa, Pera grablata, and Tapirira guiannesis, are also observed in moist forest physiognomies.
Absolutamente estrictas Pimenta odiolens, Buxus rotundifolia; fuertemente asociadas Protium fragans, Spathelia wrightii, Krugiodendron ferreum, Ossaea shaferi, Miconia moensis, Tabernaemontana amblyocarpa, Posoqueria latifolia; favorablemente asociadas Calophyllum utile, Guapira rufescens, Guatteria blainii, Sloanea curatellifolia, Ilex hypaneura y Grisebachianthus nipensis.
Folhas e frutos de Xylopia sericea (Annonaceae) e Protium heptaphyllum (Burceraceae), promoveram reducoes na oviposicao de T.
To the above it should be added that in fact even in 1886 by the German physicist Eugen Goldstein (18501930) who first introduced to electrophysics in 1876 the term <<cathode rays>> in a two-electrode discharge tube filled with the most abundant naturally occurring isotope of hydrogen protium [sub.
Phytochemical study of the resin of Protium carana March (Burseraceae), semisynthetic derivatives of the triterpenes [alfa]-, [beta]-amyrins, determination of activity antioxidant and antibacterial activity evaluation.
from crude resin of Protium heptaphyllum induces enhancement of noradrenergic mechanisms [50].