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Erythroxylum

Overview page. Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry.

(family Erythroxylaceae)

A genus of trees and shrubs in which the leaves are simple with persistent longitudinal folds. E. coca of the Andes is the source of cocaine, obtained from...

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Erythroxylum

Overview page. Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry.

(family Erythroxylaceae)

A genus of trees and shrubs in which the leaves are simple with persistent longitudinal folds. E. coca of the Andes is the source of cocaine, obtained from...

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Erythroxylum

Edited by Michael Allaby.

in A Dictionary of Plant Sciences

January 2006; p ublished online January 2006 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry. 49 words.

(family Erythroxylaceae)

A genus of trees and shrubs in which the leaves are simple with persistent longitudinal folds. E.

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Erythroxylum

Edited by Michael Allaby.

in A Dictionary of Plant Sciences

January 2012; p ublished online April 2013 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry. 49 words.

A genus of trees and shrubs in which the leaves are simple with persistent longitudinal folds. E. coca of the

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Inter- and Intra-specific Variation among Five <i>Erythroxylum</i> Taxa Assessed by AFLP

EMANUEL L. JOHNSON, DAPENG ZHANG and STEPHEN D. EMCHE.

in Annals of Botany

March 2005; p ublished online January 2005 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Ecology and Conservation; Evolutionary Biology; Plant Sciences and Forestry. 5299 words.

Background and Aims The four cultivated Erythroxylum taxa (E. coca var. coca, E. novogranatense var. novogranatense, E. coca var. ipadu and E. novogranatense var. truxillense) are...

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Effects of Temperature and Light Levels on Leaf Yield and Cocaine Content in Two Erythroxylum Species

MARY C. ACOCK, JOHN LYDON, EMANUEL JOHNSON and RONALD COLLINS.

in Annals of Botany

July 1996; p ublished online July 1996 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Ecology and Conservation; Evolutionary Biology; Plant Sciences and Forestry. 3 words.

Published information on the response ofErythroxylum crops to temperature and photosynthetic photon flux density (PPFD) is more descriptive than quantitative. The objective of this study was...

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cocaine

Edited by Michael Allaby.

in A Dictionary of Plant Sciences

January 2006; p ublished online January 2006 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry. 9 words.

A drug obtained from Erythroxylum coca. See Erythroxylum.

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cocaine

Edited by Michael Allaby.

in A Dictionary of Plant Sciences

January 2012; p ublished online April 2013 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry. 9 words.

A drug obtained from Erythroxylum coca. See Erythroxylum.

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cocaine

John Lackie.

in A Dictionary of Biomedicine

January 2010; p ublished online January 2010 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Clinical Medicine. 41 words.

An alkaloid, derived from the coca plant Erythroxylum coca, that increases neurotransmitter levels in the midbrain by inhibiting the

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A comparision of ghost orchid (<i>Dendrophylax lindenii</i>) habitats in Florida and Cuba, with particular reference to seedling recruitment and mycorrhizal fungi

Ernesto B Mújica, Justin J Mably, Shannon M Skarha, Laura L Corey, Larry W Richardson, Mark W Danaher, Elaine H González and Lawrence W Zettler.

in Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society

March 2018; p ublished online March 2018 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Evolutionary Biology; Natural History; Plant Sciences and Forestry; Plant Evolution. 8209 words.

Abstract

The ghost orchid, Dendrophylax lindenii, is a rare, leafless epiphyte native to southern Florida and Cuba. Populations of D. lindenii in southern...

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