Clusia rosea

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Noun1.Clusia rosea - a common tropical American clusia having solitary white or rose flowersClusia rosea - a common tropical American clusia having solitary white or rose flowers
genus Clusia - tropical American aromatic trees or shrubs; often epiphytic; some stranglers
strangler, strangler tree - an epiphytic vine or tree whose aerial roots extend down the trunk of a supporting tree and coalesce around it eventually strangling the tree
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Nemorosone is the major constituent of the floral resin from Clusia rosea and belongs to the class of polycyclic polyisoprenylated benzophenones of the acylphloroglucinol group.
Diaz-Carballo, D., Gustmann, S., Acikelli, A.H., Bardenheuer, W., Buehler, H., Jastrow, H., Ergun, S., Strumberg, D., 2012.7-Epi-nemorosone from Clusia rosea induces apoptosis, androgen receptor down-regulation and dysregulation of PSA levels in LNCaP prostate carcinoma cells.
Como menos frecuentes se encuentran Miconia baracoensis, Myrsine coriacea, Psychotria revoluta, Eugenia pinetorum, Ouratea striata, Clusia rosea, Myrica cerifera y Senecio plumbeus.
caudatum; son tambien constantes Clusia rosea, Bactris cubensis, Clerodendrum nipense, Vernonia hieracioides y Cyatheaparvula (a veces abundante).
Las especies mas importantes por su abundancia en las comunidades arbustivas fueron Pterandra sericea, Myrcia citrifolia, Banara nitida, Mimosa microcephala, Jacaranda obtusifolia, Clusia rosea y Lippia origanoides.
Recently, the polyisoprenylated benzophenone 7-epi-nemorosone, originally collected by honeybees from Clusia rosea and Clusia grandiflora (Clusiaceae), has been described to be a potent antitumoral agent.
The six species analyzed could be separated using the relative quantity of hexane-soluble compounds extractable from the leaf surface, which amount to >90% in Clusia rosea. C.