Volatile components and antioxidant activity from some Myrtaceous
fruits cultivated in Southern Brazil.
essential oils are rich in active phytochemicals such as 1,8-cineole, a-pinene and eugenol, which display various biological activities (Reynertson et al., 2008; Harkenthal et al., 1999).
In the presence of Myrtaceous
trees one sees flying-fox face traces; in the presence of flying-foxes we can see the traces of dry sclerophyll woodlands and rainforests.
Attached leaves and fruits of myrtaceous
affinity from the middle Eocene of Colorado.
There is a fantastic love story of the co-evolution of flying foxes and Myrtaceous
trees and shrubs.
Several Anastrepha species infest myrtaceous
fruit, and the genera Psidium, Eugenia, and Syzygium are some of the most important hosts.
It is called a cajuput, an Australian, myrtaceous
tree or shrub having lanceolate, aromatic leaves.
quinquenervia with Florida's neighboring regions by including genera that represented much of the Caribbean myrtaceous
Accession of clay and silty sediment to the site was followed by evidence for widespread forest disturbance, burning and myrtaceous
swamp forest clearance at around 7800 cal BP.
A combination of factors probably contributed to this generalised relationship: the abundance of mass-flowering myrtaceous
trees, aridity during past glacials which may have removed specialists from the system, and the sharing of nectar sources with bats.
Myrtle restinga is dominated by myrtaceous
plants, mainly of the genera Eugenia and Myrcia, which can form small trees.