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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) Antioxidant activity and characterization of constituents in copao fruits (Eulychnia acida Phil., Cactaceae) by HPLC–DAD–MS/MSn

Food Research International Volume 62 August 2014 Pages 286-298. Felipe Jiménez-Aspee et al.


2) Carotenoid composition of berries and leaves from a Cactaceae – Pereskia sp.

Journal of Functional Foods Volume 11 November 2014 Pages 178-184. T. S. Agostini-Costa et al.


3) Primer registro de Cactophagus spinolae (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) sobre dos especies de Stenocereus (Cactaceae) en el centro de México

Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad Volume 85, Issue 3 September 2014 Pages 972-974. David Bravo-Avilez et al.


4) Las cactáceas del Valle de Tehuacán-Cuicatlán, México: estimación de la calidad del muestreo

Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad Volume 85, Issue 2 June 2014 Pages 436-444. César Miguel-Talonia et al.


5) Induced climate change impairs photosynthetic performance in Echinocactus platyacanthus, an especially protected Mexican cactus species

Flora - Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants Volume 209, Issue 9 September 2014 Pages 499-503. José Luis Aragón-Gastélum et al.


6) Wound healing properties and mucilage content of Pereskia aculeata from different substrates

Revista Brasileira de Farmacognosia Volume 24, Issue 6 November–December 2014 Pages 677-682. Eber Goulart Carvalho, et al.


7) How long does the giant saguaro live? Life, death and reproduction in the desert

Journal of Arid Environments Volume 104 May 2014 Pages 34-37. Taly Dawn Drezner et al.


8) Characterization of cell wall polysaccharides of purple pitaya (Hylocereus sp.) pericarp

Food Hydrocolloids  Volume 35 March 2014 Pages 557-564. Alexander Montoya-Arroyo et al.


9) Genetic and phytochemical analysis of the in vitro regenerated Pilosocereus robinii by ISSR, SDS–PAGE and HPLC

Gene Volume 533, Issue 11 January 2014 Pages 313-321. Salah Khattab et al.


10) Diversity and composition of cactus species along an altitudinal gradient in the Sierras del Norte Mountains (Córdoba, Argentina)

South African Journal of Botany Volume 93 July 2014 Pages 142-147. D. E. Gurvich et al.


11) Peyote

Encyclopedia of Toxicology (Third Edition) 2014 Pages 841-843. C. M. Stork and S. M. Schreffler.


12) Distribución geográfica y estado de conservación de las poblaciones de Mammillaria pectinifera

Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad Volume 85, Issue 3 September 2014 Pages 942-952. Edward M. Peters et al.


13) Micromorphology of cactus-pear (Opuntia ficus-indica (L.) Mill) cladodes based on scanning microscopies

Micron Volume 56 January 2014 Pages 68-72. Asma Ben Salem-Fnayou et al.


14) Process optimization and analysis of microwave assisted extraction of pectin from dragon fruit peel

Carbohydrate Polymers Volume 1124 November 2014 Pages 622-626. K. Thirugnanasambandham et al.


15) Characterization of genetic relationship of dragon fruit accessions (Hylocereus spp.) by morphological traits and ISSR markers

Scientia Horticulturae Volume 1707 May 2014 Pages 82-88. Jing Tao et al.


16) Genetic diversity and conservation of Mammillaria huitzilopochtli and M. supertexta, two threatened species endemic of the semiarid region of central Mexico

Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad Volume 85, Issue 2 June 2014 Pages 565-575. Sofía Solórzano et al.


17) Phytochemicals, nutritionals and antioxidant properties of two prickly pear cactus cultivars (Opuntia ficus indica Mill.) growing in Taif, KSA

Food Chemistry Volume 1601 October 2014 Pages 31-38. El-Sayed S. Abdel-Hameed et al.


18) Efficacy of curative applications of submicron chitosan dispersions on anthracnose intensity and vegetative growth of dragon fruit plants

Crop Protection Volume 62 August 2014 Pages 129-134. Noosheen Zahid et al.


19) High methoxyl pectin from dragon fruit (Hylocereus polyrhizus) peel

Food Hydrocolloids Volume 42, Part 215 December 2014 Pages 289-297. Kharidah Muhammad, et al.


20) Environmentally dependent expression of heritable variation on early recruitment traits induced by light conditions and provenance in the columnar cactus Pilosocereus leucocephalus

Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics Volume 16, Issue 620 December 2014 Pages 322-330. Antonio Miranda-Jácome et al.


21) Pectins from waste of prickly pear fruits (Opuntia albicarpa Scheinvar ‘Reyna’): Chemical and rheological properties

Food Hydrocolloids Volume 37 June 2014 Pages 93-99. Ana Laura Lira-Ortiz et al.


22) Characterization of two prickly pear species flowers growing in Tunisia at four flowering stages

LWT - Food Science and Technology Volume 59, Issue 1 November 2014 Pages 448-454. Imene Ammar et al.


23) Thermal and microstructural stability of a powdered gum derived from Pereskia aculeata Miller leaves

Food Hydrocolloids Volume 40 October 2014 Pages 104-114. Márcia Cavalcante Conceição et al.


24) Influence of cultivar and origin on the flavonol profile of fruits and cladodes from cactus Opuntia ficus-indica

Food Research International Volume 64 October 2014 Pages 864-872. Tamer E. Moussa-Ayoub et al.


25) Identification of differentially-expressed genes potentially implicated in drought response in pitaya (Hylocereus undatus) by suppression subtractive hybridization and cDNA microarray analysis

Gene Volume 533, Issue 11 January 2014 Pages 322-331. Qing-Jie Fan et al.


26) Extract of cactus (Opuntia ficus indica) cladodes scavenges reactive oxygen species in vitro and enhances plasma antioxidant capacity in humans

Journal of Functional Foods Volume 10 September 2014 Pages 13-24. Azalia Avila-Nava et al.


27) Phenolic composition, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities of extracts from Moroccan Opuntia ficus-indica flowers obtained by different extraction methods

Industrial Crops and Products Volume 62 December 2014 Pages 412-420. Zakia Benayad et al.


28) Phytochemical characterization and antioxidant activity of Opuntia microdasys (Lehm.) Pfeiff flowers in different stages of maturity

Journal of Functional Foods Volume 9 July 2014 Pages 27-37. Hassiba Chahdoura et al.

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