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Foudecactus.com

Foudecactus.com

Site dédié aux cactus (Cactaceae) et aux plantes succulentes (Asparagaceae, Crassulaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Xanthorrhoeaceae). Toutes les plantes présentées ici sont issues de ma collection personnelle.

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Bibliographie scientifique non exhaustive obtenue grâce au moteur de recherche "Sciencedirect". Si vous souhaitez un article qui vous intéresse, contactez moi en me précisant le numéro de l'article ci-dessous.

 

1) The polymorphic weddellite crystals in three species of Cephalocereus (Cactaceae)
Micron Volume 77 October 2015 Pages 1-8, María-Luisa Bárcenas-Argüello et al.


2) Floral morphometry, anthesis, and pollination success of Mammillaria pectinifera (Cactaceae), a rare and threatened endemic species of Central Mexico
Journal of Arid Environments Volume 116 May 2015 Pages 29-32, Pedro Luis Valverde et al.


3) Spines and ribs of Pilosocereus arrabidae (Lem.) Byles & G.D. Rowley and allies (Cactaceae): Ecologic or genetic traits?
Flora - Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants Volume 214 June 2015 Pages 44-49, Marcelo O. T. Menezes et al.


4) Cardinal temperatures and thermal time in Polaskia Backeb (Cactaceae) species: Effect of projected soil temperature increase and nurse interaction on germination timing
Journal of Arid Environments Volume 115 April 2015 Pages 73-80, Cesar A. Ordoñez-Salanueva et al.


5) Bioflocculants extraction from Cactaceae and their application in treatment of water and wastewater
Journal of Water Process Engineering Volume 7 September 2015 Pages 306-313, M. Belbahloul et al.


6) Genetic diversity and structure of populations in Pilosocereus gounellei (F.A.C.Weber ex K.Schum.) (Cactaceae) in the Caatinga biome as revealed by heterologous microsatellite primers
Biochemical Systematics and Ecology Volume 58 February 2015 Pages 7-12, Eliane Rodrigues Monteiro et al.


7) Diversity and antifungal activity of the endophytic fungi associated with the native medicinal cactus Opuntia humifusa (Cactaceae) from the United States
Microbiological Research Volume 175 June 2015 Pages 67-77, Alice F. Silva-Hughes et al.

 

8) Comparación morfológica entre poblaciones silvestres y manejadas de Opuntia atropes (Cactaceae) en Michoacán, México
Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad Volume 86, Issue 4 December 2015 Pages 1072-1077, Diana M. López-Gutiérrez et al.


9) Characterization of arabinogalactan-rich mucilage from Cereus triangularis cladodes
Carbohydrate Polymers Volume 12720  August 2015 Pages 372-380, B. Petera et al.


10) The population dynamics of an endemic collectible cactus
Acta Oecologica Volume 63 February 2015 Pages 1-7, María C. Mandujano et al.


11) Multiscale partitioning of cactus species diversity in the South Brazilian grasslands: Implications for conservation
Journal for Nature Conservation Volume 24 April 2015 Pages 117-122, Daniel Dutra Saraiva et al.


12) Lipid profile and antiproliferative activity of callus cultures of Cereus peruvianus Mill
Industrial Crops and Products Volume 69 July 2015 Pages 408-414, Débora Jacomin et al.


13) Pilosocereus arrabidae (Byles & Rowley) of the Grumari sandbank, RJ, Brazil: Physical, chemical characterizations and antioxidant activities correlated to detection of flavonoids
Food Research International Volume 70 April 2015 Pages 110-117, Anete Souza Mecenas Gonçalves et al.


14) Pereskia aculeata Miller leaves present in vivo topical anti-inflammatory activity in models of acute and chronic dermatitis
Journal of Ethnopharmacology Volume 17315  September 2015 Pages 330-337, Nícolas de Castro Campos Pinto et al.

 

15) Testing the hypothesis that a cochineal insect species (Hemiptera: Dactylopiidae) may have been displaced by a congeneric biological control agent from a different cactus host
Biological Control Volume 85 June 2015 Pages 25-29, N. R. de Souza, J. H. Hoffmann.


16) A highly efficient in vitro propagation protocol for elephant tusk cactus: Coryphantha elephantidens (Lem.) Lem.
Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Volume 13, Issue 2 December 2015 Pages 215-219, B. S. Bhau, A. K. Wakhlu.


17) Stability Study of Betacyanin Extract from Red Dragon Fruit (Hylocereus Polyrhizus) Peels
Procedia Chemistry Volume 162015 Pages 438-444, Sri Priatni, Aulia Pradita.


18) Fractionation and electrophoretic patterns of seed protein of Opuntia genus. A preliminary survey as a tool for accession differentiation and taxonomy
Biochemical Systematics and Ecology Volume 58 February 2015 Pages 187-194, Samir Samah et al.


19) Experimental study on directional motion of a single droplet on cactus spines
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer Volume 84 May 2015 Pages 198-202, L. Guo, G. H. Tang.


20) Isolation and characterization of a catalase gene “HuCAT3” from pitaya (Hylocereus undatus) and its expression under abiotic stress
Gene Volume 563, Issue 125 May 2015 Pages 63-71,Qiong Nie et al.


21) Genetic diversity of Barbary fig (Opuntia ficus-indica) collection in Greece with ISSR molecular markers
Plant Gene Volume 2J une 2015 Pages 29-33, Ioannis Ganopoulos et al.


22) In vivo anti-inflammatory effects of isorhamnetin glycosides isolated from Opuntia ficus-indica (L.) Mill cladodes
Industrial Crops and Products Volume 7615  December 2015 Pages 803-808, Marilena Antunes-Ricardo et al.


23) Dietary fiber, mineral elements profile and macronutrients composition in different edible parts of Opuntia microdasys (Lehm.) Pfeiff and Opuntia macrorhiza (Engelm.)
LWT - Food Science and Technology Volume 64, Issue 1 November 2015 Pages 446-451, Hassiba Chahdoura et al.


24) Depolymerization of polysaccharides from Opuntia ficus indica: Antioxidant and antiglycated activities
International Journal of Biological Macromolecules Volume 79 August 2015 Pages 779-786, Mohamed Aymen Chaouch et al.


25) Physicochemical characterization of cactus pads from Opuntia dillenii and Opuntia ficus indica
Food Chemistry Volume 1881 December 2015 Pages 393-398, Lorena Pérez Méndez et al.


26) Potential use of new Colombian sources of betalains. Colorimetric study of red prickly pear (Opuntia dillenii) extracts under different technological conditions
Food Research International Volume 71 May 2015 Pages 91-99, María Jesús Cejudo-Bastante et al.


27) New investigations on the guaiacol peroxidase of Opuntia ficus indica L. and its modulation by ascorbic acid and copper. Towards an optimization of quantitative and qualitative tests
Journal of Molecular Catalysis B: Enzymatic Volume 119 September 2015 Pages 26-32, K. Kohaich, M. Baaziz.


28) Seeds of Opuntia spp. as a novel high potential by-product: Phytochemical characterization and antioxidant activity
Industrial Crops and Products Volume 65 March 2015 Pages 383-389, Hassiba Chahdoura et al.


29) Microencapsulation of betalains obtained from cactus fruit (Opuntia ficus-indica) by spray drying using cactus cladode mucilage and maltodextrin as encapsulating agents
Food Chemistry Volume 18715  November 2015 Pages 174-181, María Carolina Otálora et al.


30) Biomass characterization of Agave and Opuntia as potential biofuel feedstocks
Biomass and Bioenergy Volume 76 May 2015 Pages 43-53, Lisha Yang et al.


31) Phenolic content and antioxidant activity of cactus (Opuntia ficus-indica L.) flowers are modified according to the extraction method
Industrial Crops and Products Volume 64 February 2015 Pages 97-104, Imene Ammar et al.


32) The perfect storm: Land use change promotes Opuntia stricta's invasion of pastoral rangelands in Kenya
Journal of Arid Environments Volume 118 July 2015 Pages 37-47, Shirley C. Strum et al.


33) Protective effect of polysaccharides from Opuntia dillenii Haw. fruits on streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats
Carbohydrate Polymers Volume 12425 June 2015 Pages 25-34, Jie Gao et al.


34) Ethanol modified supercritical carbon dioxide extraction of antioxidant rich extract from Pereskia bleo
Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Volume 2125 January 2015 Pages 1314-1322, K. M. Sharif et al.


35) Biodiversity of cactophilic microorganisms in western Argentina: community structure and species composition in the necroses of two sympatric cactus hosts
Fungal Ecology Volume 13 February 2015 Pages 167-180, Nicolás Mongiardino Koch et al.


36) Chemical composition and phenolic compounds profile of cladodes from Opuntia spp. cultivars with different domestication gradient
Journal of Food Composition and Analysis Volume 43 November 2015 Pages 119-130, Marizel G. Astello-Garcí et al.

 

 

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