Alseodaphne

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Alseodaphne
Alseodaphne hokouensis.jpg
Alseodaphne hokouensis
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
(unranked): Angiosperms
(unranked): Magnoliids
Order: Laurales
Family: Lauraceae
Genus: Alseodaphne
Nees, 1831
Type species
A. semecarpifolia Nees, 1831
Species

See text

Synonyms

Stemmatodaphne Gamble[citation needed]

Alseodaphne is a genus of plants in family Lauraceae,[1] endemic to China and Southeast Asia. The genus has 96 species of evergreen trees to shrubs.[2] They have bisexual flowers,[3] lauroid-type leaves,[citation needed] an edible[citation needed] a fruit stalk that is red, green, or yellow, and black fruit.[3]

Species[citation needed][edit]

  • Alseodaphne albifrons
  • Alseodaphne andersonii
  • Alseodaphne bancana
  • Alseodaphne birmanica
  • Alseodaphne borneensis
  • Alseodaphne cavaleriei
  • Alseodaphne dura
  • Alseodaphne elmeri
  • Alseodaphne elongata
  • Alseodaphne foxiana
  • Alseodaphne garciniicarpa
  • Alseodaphne glauciflora
  • Alseodaphne glaucina
  • Alseodaphne gracilis
  • Alseodaphne griffithii
  • Alseodaphne habrotricha
  • Alseodaphne hainanensis
  • Alseodaphne himalayana
  • Alseodaphne hokouensis
  • Alseodaphne huanglianshanensis
  • Alseodaphne insignis
  • Alseodaphne intermedia
  • Alseodaphne keenanii
  • Alseodaphne khasyana
  • Alseodaphne kochummenii
  • Alseodaphne lanuginosa
  • Alseodaphne longipes
  • Alseodaphne macrantha
  • Alseodaphne marlipoensis
  • Alseodaphne medogensis
  • Alseodaphne micrantha
  • Alseodaphne montana
  • Alseodaphne nigrescens
  • Alseodaphne oblanceolata
  • Alseodaphne owdenii
  • Alseodaphne paludosa
  • Alseodaphne peduncularis
  • Alseodaphne pendulifolia
  • Alseodaphne perakensis
  • Alseodaphne petiolaris
  • Alseodaphne philippinensis
  • Alseodaphne ramosii
  • Alseodaphne rhododendropsis
  • Alseodaphne ridleyi
  • Alseodaphne rubriflora
  • Alseodaphne rubrolignea
  • Alseodaphne rugosa
  • Alseodaphne semecarpifolia
  • Alseodaphne siamensis
  • Alseodaphne sichourensis
  • Alseodaphne suboppositifolia
  • Alseodaphne sulcata
  • Alseodaphne tomentosa
  • Alseodaphne tonkinensis
  • Alseodaphne utilis
  • Alseodaphne wrayi
  • Alseodaphne yunnanensis

Chemistry[edit]

Perakensol is a phenanthrenoid that can be isolated from A. perakensis.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Alseodaphne — The Plant List
  2. ^ Julia, S.; Soepadmo, E.; Yahud, W. (2009). "Problem in the generic delimitation between Alseodaphne, Dehaasia and Nothaphoebe (Lauraceae) in Borneo". Blumea 54: 192–197. 
  3. ^ a b Alseodaphne in Chinese Plant Names @ efloras.org
  4. ^ Perakensol: A Phenanthrenoid Isolated from Alseodaphne perakensis. Zurinah Mahmud, Mohammad N. Khan, Nordin H. Lajis and Robert F. Toia, J. Nat. Prod., 1992, volume 55, issue 4, pages 533–535, doi:10.1021/np50082a027