Definition of Nutgall. Meaning of Nutgall. Synonyms of Nutgall

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Definition of Nutgall

Nutgall
Nutgall Nut"gall`, n. A more or less round gall resembling a nut, esp. one of those produced on the oak and used in the arts. See Gall, Gallnut.

Meaning of Nutgall from wikipedia

- bait; see the Indigenous Australian foods Bush coconut and Mulga apple. Nutgalls also produce purpurogallin. The gall of Rhus chinensis, Galla chinensi...
- Rhus chinensis, the Chinese sumac, or nutgall tree, is a plant species in the genus Rhus. Galls produced on the species that are called Chinese gall,...
- for treating many kinds of health problems since many decades ago. The nutgalls have been pharmacologically do****ented on their antiamoebic, anticariogenic...
- Iron gall ink (also known as common ink, oak gall ink or iron gall nut ink) is a purple-black or brown-black ink made from iron salts and tannic acids...
- fifth traditional Doge of Venice (755–756) Galla tinctoria, the commercial nutgall produced by the gall oak (Quercus lusitanica) Gallu, a Mesopotamian demon...
- species in the genus Cynips. The species is important for the production of commercial nutgall formed on Quercus lusitanica (the gall oak). Galls Larva...
- red, crystalline compound, and the aglycone of several glycosides from nutgalls and oak barks. It can inhibit 2-hydroxy and 4-hydroxyestradiol methylation...
- for Mud weight. Purpurogallin, the aglycon of several glycosides from nutgalls Electronics PPG Phonem, a vocal synthesizer Palm Products GmbH, an audio...
- Andalucia) and Morocco. Quercus lusitanica is the source of commercial nutgalls. These galls are produced by the infection from the insect Cynips gallae...
- observed dichromatism with a solution of ferrous sulphate and tincture of nutgall in 1801 when working on an early solar telescope, but he did not recognise...
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