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On the development of the ovule of Santalum album

On the development of the ovule of Santalum album

with some remarks on the phænomena of impregnation in plants generally

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Published by R. Taylor in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Santalaceae -- Anatomy.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Arthur Henfrey ; read March 4, 1856.
    SeriesLandmarks of science II
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQ111 .H35, QK495.S18 .H35
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationp. 69-79, [2] leaves of plates
    Number of Pages79
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19451249M

    S. album does grow in other parts of the world, primarily Sri Lanka and parts of Indonesia, but illegal exporting and sustainability have been problematic in those areas too.S. album wood and oil exports from Sri Lanka are currently illegal, and the following accounts () reveal that desperate attempts have been made to circumvent this.. In late , Customs Bio-Diversity protection.   Flowering, fruit set, embryological development, and pollination trials were investigated in Santalum album L. Each ovary may have three to four ovules. Microsporogenesis and megasporogenesis in the same flower were synchronized at the earlier stages of flower development. However, at anthesis, when pollen was mature, the magaspore had developed only to the stage of a .

    Bisabolene-type sesquiterpenoids, which have multiple bioactivities, including anticancer activity, are one of the main groups of compounds in the essential oil extracted from Santalum album L. and other Santalum species. Bisabolene synthetase (SaBS) is a key enzyme for the synthesis of bisabolene in S. album, but the regulation of the SaBS gene’s expression is poorly understood. In this Author: Haifeng Yan, Yuping Xiong, Jaime A. Teixeira da Silva, Jinhui Pang, Ting Zhang, Xincheng Yu, Xinhua. This Santalum album oil has a quite soft aroma. It has a mildly sweet top note, a soft, herbaceous middle note and musty, woody undertones. It remains a masculine scent, yet this species and distillation leans into a rounder and slightly floral composition, yet less than the Wild Australian and Royal Hawaiian/5(17).

      Seed germination and early growth of the seedling inSantalum album, a semi-root parasite, is independent of the host but seedling establishment seems to be dependent on the establishment of host contact. About half of the seedlings, raised in aseptic cultures, showed drying of the shoot tip upon transfer to fresh medium and subsequent development of a large number of Cited by: 2. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library. The plant, a biography in a series of popular lectures / View Metadata On the Development of the Ovule of Santalum album; with some Remarks on.


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[Arthur Henfrey]. On the Development of the Ovule of Santalum album; with some Remarks on the Phænomena of Impregnation in Plants generally. Vol Page 69 III. On the Development of the Ovule of Santalum album; with some Remarks on the Ph\ue6nomena of Impregnation in Plants generally.

By Arthur Henfrey. Abstract. Volume: 22Start Page: 69End Page: 7 Publisher: London:[The Society], Year: OAI identifier: Author: Arthur Henfrey. Structural attributes of Santalum album L. (Sandalwood) haustoria have been long overlooked in the literature.

This is surprising since successful haustorial formation is key to the survival of individuals of this ecologically and economically important by: Santalum album L. (Santalaceae) commonly known as Indian Sandalwood is one of the oldest and precious sources of natural fragrance with immense medicinal and commercial significance.

Sandalwood oil is one of the world’s most highly prized essential oils, appearing in many high-end perfumes and fragrances. Extracted from the mature heartwood of several Santalum species, sandalwood oil is comprised mainly of sesquiterpene olefins and alcohols.

Four sesquiterpenols, α- β- and epi-β-santalol and α-exo-bergamotol, make up approximately 90% of the oil of Santalum by: Sandalwood (Santalum album L.) is a valuable tree associated with Indian culture. It is the second most expensive wood in the world.

The heartwood of the tree is treasured for its aroma and is one. ovules e.g. Aristolochiaindica 4. Series-4 Microembryae: Only one ovule, small, tiny embryo endospermic seed e.g.

Piper nigrum. Series-5 Daphnales: Only one carpel and contains single ovule. Series-6 Achlamydosporae: Ovary inferior, 1 to 3 ovules –unilocular um album Size: KB. Sandalwood (Santalum album L.) is a valuable tree associated with Indian culture.

It is the second most expensive wood in the world. The heartwood of the tree is treasured for its aroma and is one of the finest natural materials for carving. Sandalwood oil is used in perfumes, cosmetics, aro File Size: KB. The Sandalwood essential oil most recognized is distilled from Santalum album in the Mysore region of India.

It is an alarming fact that Mysore Sandalwood has endured severe population decline and genetic impoverishment (i.e., become nearly extinct) due to decades of over-harvesting, mismanagement of forests and illegal poaching – all driven /5(7).

sandalwood tree scientific name: Santalum album In Indian tradition, Sandalwood trees are a special place and it used from cradle to cremation. It is also used in Cosmetics, Pharmaceutical, aromatherapy, soap industry, and perfumery so, the commercial value of sandalwood tree or oil is.

Evergreen trees, to 10 m high, bark surface dark grey to nearly black, rough with short vertical cracks. Leaves simple, opposite, estipulate; petiole mm long, slender, glabrous, grooved above; lamina x cm, elliptic, elliptic-ovate or ovate-lanceolate, base acute or round, apex acute, margin entire, glabrous, shiny above and glaucous beneath, coriaceous; lateral nerves SANDALWOOD (Santalum album – Santalaceae) Towards the end of I was able to visit a sandalwood plantation and distillery in India.

I was attending a holistic conference in Bangalore, which is not too far from the district of Karnataka and its main town. Book on Basics of Ayurveda This small book is an introduction to Ayurveda, written by Dr.

Vikram Chauhan - MD (Ayurveda). This is useful for students, general public and people interested in natural remedies, yoga and herbs. The Impact of Heartwood Rot on Sandalwood (Santalum album) Oil Production, Liz Barbour, L.

Norris and T. Burgess 92 Sempit’s Tree – Extreme Variation of Oil Composition and Quality in a Single Santalum. Title Economic and Social Development, 8th International Scientific Conference on Economic and Social Development and 4th Eastern European ESD Conference: Building Resilient Economy, Book of Proceedings Editors Ivica Filipovic, Goran Kozina, Fran Galetic Scientific Committee Marijan Cingula, University of Zagreb, Croatia (President); Ayuba A.

Aminu, University ofFile Size: 9MB. Colpoon compressum, Eucarya, Spicata, Santalum freycinetianum and S. yasi yield valuable wood. The heart wood of Santalum album is employed for boxes, combs, fancy articles, cabinet work, picture frames furnitures, etc.

Ornamentals: Species of Buckleya and Pyrularia are cultivated as novelties. Affinites of Santalaceae. Santalum album or Indian sandalwood is a small tropical tree, the most commonly known source of species has been utilised, cultivated and traded for many years, [clarification needed] some cultures placing great significance on its fragrant and medicinal qualities.

For these reasons it has been extensively exploited, to the point where the wild population is vulnerable to. Santalum album is considered in Indian to be a practical agroforestry species. It is sometimes grown as an ornamental and as a low-branching wind-break, whilst its leaves provide green manure[ Full Text; PDF ( K) PDF-Plus ( K) Citing articles; The anatomy of Santalum album (Sandalwood) haustoria.

Kushan U. Tennakoon, a Duncan D. Cameron b a Department of Botany, University of Peradeniya, PeradeniyaSri Lanka. b School of Biological Sciences (Plant and Soil Science), University of Aberdeen, Cruickshank Building, St.

Machar Drive, Aberdeen, AB24 3UU, by:. WRKY proteins are a large superfamily of transcription factors that are involved in diverse biological processes including development, as well as biotic and abiotic stress responses in plants. WRKY family proteins have been extensively characterized and analyzed in many plant species, including Arabidopsis, rice, and poplar.

However, knowledge on WRKY transcription factors in Santalum album Author: Haifeng Yan, Mingzhi Li, Yuping Xiong, Jianming Wu, Jaime A. Teixeira da Silva, Guohua Ma.The Sandalwood essential oil most recognized is distilled from Santalum album in the Mysore region of India.

It is an alarming fact that Mysore Sandalwood has endured severe population decline and genetic impoverishment (i.e., become nearly extinct) due to decades of over-harvesting, mismanagement of forests and illegal poaching – all driven 5/5(5).Santalum album, or Indian sandalwood, is a small tropical tree, and is the most commonly known source of is native to southern India and Southeast n cultures place great significance on its fragrant and medicinal qualities.

It is also considered sacred in some religions and is used in different religious : Tracheophytes.