Canella winterana


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Related to Canella winterana: canella bark, wild cinnamon
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Noun1.Canella winterana - large evergreen shrub or small tree having white aromatic bark and leathery leaves and small purple to red flowers in terminal cymes
genus Canella - one species
canella, canella bark, white cinnamon - highly aromatic inner bark of the Canella winterana used as a condiment and a tonic
bush, shrub - a low woody perennial plant usually having several major stems
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Jatropha curcas, Andira inermis, and Canella winterana were the third, the fourth, and the fifth most cited plant species, respectively, associated with cases of toxicity in Cuba from 1998-2007 [36].
** Lobelia Canellaceae Canella winterana Curbana (L.) Gaertn.
Cuya with curbana and guatapana (Sideroxylon salicifolium with Canella winterana and Acacia macracantha; Table 15)
Cuya with curbana and black ebony (Sideroxylon salicifolium with Canella winterana and Diospyrus grisebachii; Table 16)
Metodologia: Las especies seleccionadas para este estudio fueron Canella winterana, Croton discolor, Goetzea elegans, Guaiacum officinale, Pimenta racemosa, Simarouba tulae y Thouinia striata.
In the present study, 7 species of native and endemic plants from Puerto Rico were chemically studied, namely, Canella winterana, Pimenta racemosa, Guaiacum officinale, Croton discolor, Goetzea elegans, Thouinia striata, and Simarouba tulae.
Canellaceae species from the West Indies, specially the widespread Canella winterana Gaertn., are traditionally used for medicinal, fishing, aphrodisiac, ritualistic, and aromatic purposes (Salazar, 2006).
Abstract: The wood anatomy of Coccoloba cozumelensis Hemsl., Coccoloba spicata Lundell, Gymnanthes lucida Sw., Blomia cupanioides Miranda, Canella winterana (L.) Gaertn., Aspidosperma megalocarpon Muell Arg.
The most common species are: Sideroxylon salicifolium, Canella winterana, Acacia macracantha and Senna atomaria.