Popularity of Gluta renghas over time
[Plots of numbers of papers mentioning Gluta renghas (filled column histogram and left hand axis scale) and line of best fit, 1926 to 2006 (complete line, with equation and % variation accounted for, in box on the left hand side); Plots of a proportional micro index, derived from numbers of papers mentioning Gluta renghas as a proportion (scaled by multiplying by one million) of the total number of papers published for that year (broken line frequency polygon and right hand scale) and line of best fit, 1926 to 2006 (broken line, with equation and % variation accounted for, in broken line box on the right hand side)]
Total Mentions (Biological Abstracts/Biosis Previews):
Widyatmoko D, Burgman MA (2006) Influences of edaphic factors on the distribution and abundance of a rare palm (Cyrtostachys renda) in a peat swamp forest in eastern Sumatra, Indonesia. Austral Ecology 31, 964-74. Contact: Widyatmoko, Didik ; Indonesian Inst Sci, Ctr Plant Conservat, Bogor Bot Gardens,J1 Ir H Juanda 13, Bogor 16122, Indonesia
Clarkson JJ, Chase MW, Harley MM (2002) Phylogenetic relationships in Burseraceae based on plastid rps16 intron sequences. Kew Bulletin 57, 183-93. Contact: Clarkson, James J. ; Chase, Mark W. ; Harley, Madeline M.; Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 3AB, UK
Yagi A, Nagao M, Kawakami E, Arakawa KY (1996) Repellent activity of extracts of southeast Asian plants on blue mussels, Mytilus galloprovincialis. Natural Medicines 50, 252-3. Contact: Yagi, Akira ; Fac. Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Sci., Fukuyama Univ., Fukuyama, Hiroshima 729-02, Japan
Sutisna U, Soeyatman HC (1985) Tree Species Composition Analysis of Logged-over Peat Swamp Forest at Some Places in Eastern Sumatra Indonesia. Buletin Penelitian Hutan, 19-45.
Sutisna U (1985) Tree Species Composition Analysis of Peat Swamp Forests at Sei-Mandor West Kalimantan Indonesia. Buletin Penelitian Hutan, 39-66.
Hou D (1978) Florae Malesianae Praecursores Part 56 Anacardiaceae. Blumea 24, 1-41. Contact: HOU D; RIJKSHERB, SCHELPENKADE 6, LEIDEN, NETH
Lin RCY, Whittow GC (1960) Pharmacological activity of an aqueous extract of the leaves of the Malayan rengas tree (Gluta renghas). Brit Jour Pharmacol 15, 440-7. Contact: U Malaya, Singapore
Kamerling Z (1930) Noteworthy and interesting Indian plants in word and picture. 5. Poisonous plants containing cardol (A. occidentale and G. renghas). Indische Culturen Teys Mannia 15, 593-6.
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