Cecropia peltata


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Noun1.Cecropia peltata - tropical American tree with large peltate leaves and hollow stemsCecropia peltata - tropical American tree with large peltate leaves and hollow stems
Cecropia, genus Cecropia - large genus of tropical American trees that yield a bast fiber used for cordage and bark used in tanning; milky juice yields caoutchouc
angiospermous tree, flowering tree - any tree having seeds and ovules contained in the ovary
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Especie/mes Ene Feb Mar Abr May Jun Cecropia peltata a b b Psidium guajava b b b Anacardium excelsum b b Sizygium malaccense b b b Mangifera indica b b b Terminalia catappa b b Piper aduncum b b b Licania tomentosa b b Pitecellobium dulce b b b b Total 1 2 4 5 8 5 Especie/mes Jul Ago Sep Oct Nov Dic Cecropia peltata b a Psidium guajava b b b Anacardium excelsum Sizygium malaccense Mangifera indica Terminalia catappa Piper aduncum Licania tomentosa b Pitecellobium dulce Total 3 1 1 0 0 1
la Cecropia peltata posee flavonoides, taninos y menor proporcion de terpenos y esteroides; ademas demostro poseer un efecto neurofarmacologico (17) y se encontro alcaloides en los generos Cecropia polyphlebia y Cecropia obtusifolia (18); esto coincidio con lo hallado en la marcha fitoquimica.
Se destacan en la cobertura del dosel otras especies como Inga interrupta, Spondias mombin y Cecropia peltata (Figura 9C y Anexo 5E).
Las especies de mayor biomasa aerea total fueron Pentaclerthra macroloba con 730,46 kg, seguida por Cecropia peltata con 497,13 kg y Swietenia microphylla con 468,45 kg.
Cecropia peltata L (Cecropiaceae) has wound- healing potential: A preclinical study in a sprague dawley rat model.
The Rendzina type soil (dark, grayish-brown, humus-rich, shallow soil over limestone that has calcareous topsoil) supports a semi-deciduous tropical rain forest characterized by the presence of Cecropia peltata L.
Whereas Cecropia peltata occurs in Mexico and Central America, C.
Fleming and Heithaus (1981) and Alvarez-Buylla and Martinez-Ramos (1990) found that seed dispersal curves for Cecropia peltata and C.
Glycogen plastids in Mullerian body cells of Cecropia peltata - a higher green plant.
Phenology, seed dispersal, and recruitment in Cecropia peltata (Moraceae) in Costa Rican tropical dry forest.
El sotobosque conformado por Zanthoxylum monophyllum, Cecropia Peltata, Chiococca alba, Piper amalago, Piper crassinervium, Celtis sp.