bocconia


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Noun1.bocconia - herb of China and Japan widely cultivated for its plumelike panicles of creamy white flowers
poppy - annual or biennial or perennial herbs having showy flowers
genus Macleaya, Macleaya - a perennial herb of eastern Asia: plume poppy
2.bocconia - small Central American tree having loose racemes of purple-tinted green flowers
genus Bocconia - tropical American trees or shrubs closely related to genus Macleaya
angiospermous tree, flowering tree - any tree having seeds and ovules contained in the ovary
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En el caso del relicto de bosque, se registro la especie Bocconia frutescens limitada a esta unidad de cobertura, mientras que las especies J.
Junglans mexicana, Bocconia arborea, Arbutus mexicana y Acacia sp.
Si bien es cierto que algunos alcaloides han mostrado tener actividad antioxidante -como en el caso de alcaloides de la vinca y bocconia arborea (16)-, pero no pertenecen a la familia Asteraceae, por lo que no se puede afirmar que son los mismos alcaloides que contiene el Baccharis genistelloides.
Amarillo (1993) menciona la recoleccion sobre Bocconia frutescens L.
Estudio fitoquimico y biologico de las plantas Argemone mexicana y Bocconia frutescens.
Anamorfos Aecidium Bocconia Papaveraceae bocconiae Mayor integrifolia Humb.
jorullensis, Bocconia arborea, Carpinus caroliniana, C.
By contrast, the short-lived Bocconia frutescens, a "pioneer" species (sensu Swaine and Whitmore 1988), was very rare in Jamaican montane forests before Hurricane Gilbert, and confined to large gaps and forest margins.
Aunado a que hay especies indicadoras de perturbacion como: Bocconia frutescens, Cnidoscolus multilobos, Croton draco, Heliocarpus americanus y Trema micrantha (Zola, 1987).
However, it is of interest that within Papaveraceae, Bocconia and Macleaya have a similar floral (wind-pollination) syndrome, with reduced penanth, long, hanging anthers, and relatively large stigma with long papillae (Fig.