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- Dichapetalum cymosum, commonly known as gifblaar from Afrikaans, or occasionally its English translation, poison leaf, is a small prostrate shrub occurring...
- Dichapetalum madagascariense is a plant species originally described from Madagascar but now reported from many parts of mainland tropical Africa as well...
- Pellegr. Dichapetalum altescandens Engl. Dichapetalum angolense Chodat Dichapetalum arachnoideum Breteler Dichapetalum arenarium Breteler Dichapetalum asplundeanum...
- Plant List, Dichapetalum gelonioides Dichapetalum gelonioides - Gelonium Poison-Leaf Dichapetalum gelonioides - DICHAPETALACEAE Dichapetalum gelonioides...
- livingstonei T.Anderson, indigenous Family: Dichapetalaceae, Genus Dichapetalum: Dichapetalum cymosum (Hook.) Engl. indigenous Genus Tapura: Tapura fischeri...
- also known as Rat's vein False ****ebore, Veratrum viride Gifblaar, Dichapetalum cymosum ****eborine, Epipactis pubescens Pipsissewa plant, Chimaphila...
- Species: E. beccarii Binomial name Ellipanthus beccarii Pierre Synonyms Dichapetalum tetramerum Ridl. Ellipanthus beccarii var. peltatus (Sc****enb.) Leenh...
- theoid). Also, zeylanol has recently been discovered in Balanops and Dichapetalum which are in the balanops clade (so-called Chrysobalanaceae s. l.). The...
- Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, and Africa. It was first identified in Dichapetalum cymosum, commonly known as gifblaar or poison leaf, by Marais in 1944...
- oats, potatoes, Stachys species, dahlia, Strophanthus species, and Dichapetalum cymosum. Trigonelline is also found in coffee. Higher levels of trigonelline...
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