Eucalyptus yangoura Blakely
Eucalyptus globoidea, known by the common name White Stringybark, is a tree native to eastern Australia. It has thick, fibrous bark usually colored light gray over reddish brown. It is also known for its distinctive glossy green leaves in its adult life. It favors warm humid to sub-humid climates and whitish flowers from April to June in its native Australia.
The tree was first described by naturalist W. F. Blakely in 1927.
Globoidnan A is a lignan found in E. globoidea. This molecule has been found to inhibit the action of HIV integrase, an enzyme which is responsible for the introduction of HIV viral RNA into a host's cellular DNA.
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