Myrica cerifera


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Noun1.Myrica cerifera - evergreen aromatic shrubby tree of southeastern United States having small hard berries thickly coated with white wax used for candlesMyrica cerifera - evergreen aromatic shrubby tree of southeastern United States having small hard berries thickly coated with white wax used for candles
wax myrtle - any shrub or small tree of the genus Myrica with aromatic foliage and small wax-coated berries
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INGREDIENTS WT% Phase A Bayberry Wax (Koster Keunen, Inc) 12.0 (Myrica cerifera (bayberry) wax) Sunflower Wax (Koster Keunen, Inc) 13.0 (Helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed wax) Kester Wax K-60P (Koster Keunen, Inc) 15.0 (Polyhydroxystearic acid) Kester Wax K-24 (Koster Keunen, Inc) 8.0 (Lauryl laurate) Extra Virgin Coconut Oil (Lincoln Fine Ingredients) 29.0 (Cocos nucifera (coconut) oil) Jojoba Oil (Lincoln Fine Ingredients) 12.0 (Simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil) Rice Bran Oil (Lincoln Fine Ingredients) 8.0 (Oryza sativa (rice bran) oil) Soft Calcium Powder ST147010 (Brenntag Specialties) 2.0 (Calcium carbonate (and) capryloyl lysine) Vitamin E Acetate (BASF) 0.8 (Tocopheryl acetate) Fragrance (Parfum) 0.2 PROCEDURE: Combine all ingredients except for the fragrance.
Myricitrin (Figure 5(g)) is a flavone exact from the root bark of Myrica cerifera, Myrica esculenta, Ampelopsis grossedentata, and other plants.
Monochaetum vestitum Myricaceae Myrica cerifera Myrtaceae Myrcianthes sp.
The diarylheptanoid (+)-aR,11S-myricanol and two flavones from bayberry (Myrica cerifera) destabilize the microtubule-associated protein tau.
Leaf chlorophyll fluorescence, reflectance, and physiological response to freshwater and saltwater flooding in the evergreen shrub Myrica cerifera. Environ.
Isolation of myricadiol, myricitrin, taraxerol, and taraxerone from Myrica cerifera L.
Especies caracteristicas regionales: Cyrilla nipensis, Spathelia pinetorum, Mettenia (Chaetocarpus) oblongata, Machaerina cubensis, Schmidtottia shaferi, Suberanthus stellatus, Vernonia pineticola, Arthrostylidium fimbriatum, Myrica cerifera, Coccocypselum herbaceum, Lyonia glandulosa var.
Ecological determinants of genetic diversity in an expanding population of the shrub Myrica cerifera. Mol.
Distribucion y sustratos: existen registros sobre hojas caidas de Persea borbonia en Estados Unidos (Pirozynski y Hodges, 1973) y sobre Knightia excelsa y Myrica cerifera en Nueva Zelanda (Nag Raj y Kendrick, 1975).