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angico

(ˈændʒɪˌkəʊ)
n
(Plants) the South American tree, Parapiptadenia rigida
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Some studies have reported increased benefits for plants species, like angico plants, inoculated with more than one species of mycorrhizal fungus, with the plants exhibiting increased growth when inoculated with both Glomus etunicatum and Gigaspora albida (Sugai et al., 2011).
colubrina), popularly known as Angico, represents a plant widely used in folk medicine for the treatment of inflammation, respiratory problems related to infection (cough, influenza, and bronchitis), diarrhea and toothache.
(Alecrim de vaqueiro), Melochia tomentosa (Candieiro), Tabebuia sp (Pau d'arco), Cereus jamacaru (Mandacaru), Libidibia ferrea (Pau ferro), Hymenaea coubaril (Jatoba), Parapiptadenia zehntneri (Angico) e Jatropha mutabilis (Pinhao brabo).
(Hymenoptera; Braconidae) e Lepidoptera (Pyralidae) em sementes de angico vermelho Piptadenia peregrina (Leguminosae).
[Fabaceae] asthma, cough Angico Bauhinia 1322 Bark Diabetes, forficata Link kidney [Fabaceae] Mororo problems Copaifera 1400 Bark Inflammation, langsdorffii wound healing Desf.
Efeito do extrato aquoso e etanolico do angico preto sobre larvas de Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus.
Algunas propriedades de paneles de madera aglomerada fabricados con angico, madera del Nordeste de Brasil.