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

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Cette bibliographie non exhaustive a été obtenue à partir des bases de données suivantes: "PubMed" et "ScienceDirect" consultables sur internet.

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1) Flower orientation in Pachycereus weberi (Cactaceae): Effects on ovule production, seed production and seed weight.

 D.M. Figueroa-Castro, P.L. Valverde; Journal of Arid environments, 75 (11) 2011, 1214-1217


2) Ovule morphology, embryogenesis and seed development in three Hylocereus species (Cactaceae).

Aroldo Cisneros, Reinerio Benega Garcia; Flora - Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants, 206 (12) 2011, 1076-1084


3) Triterpenoid saponins from Echinopsis macrogona (Cactaceae).

Sachie Okazaki, Kaooru Kinoshita; Phytochemistry, 72 (1) 2011, 136-146


4) Nutraceutical properties and toxicity studies of fruits from four Cactaceae species grown in Argentine Northwestern.

Iris C. Zampini, Roxana Ordonez; Food Research International, 44 (7) 2011, 2345-2351


5) A pre-release assessment of the relationship between the invasive alien plant, Pereskia aculeata Miller (Cactaceae), and native plant biodiversity in South Africa.

Ian D. Paterson, Julie A. Coetzee; Biological control, 57 (1) 2011, 59-65


6) Direct anthelmintic effects of Cereus jamacaru (Cactaceae) on trichostrongylid nematodes of sheep: In vivo studies.

A.F. Vatta, C. Kandu-Lelo; Veterinary Parasitology, 180 (3-4) 2011, 279-286


7) Saptial analysis for Management and Conservation of Cactaceae and Agavaceae Species in Central Mexico.

A.F. Suzan-Azpiri, G. Malda; Procedia Environmental Sciences, 7, 2011, 329-334


8) Seeds photoblastism and its relationship with some plant traits in 136 cacti taxa.

J. Flores, E. Jurado; Environmental and Experimental Botany, 71 (1) 2011, 79-88


9) Vivipary in the cactus family: A reply to Ortega-Baes et al. evaluation of 25 species from northwestern argentina.

J.H. Cota-Sanchez; Journal of Arid environments, 75 (9) 2011, 878-880


10) In situ induction of chromosome doubling in vine cacti (Cactaceae).

Noemi Tel-Zur, Mordehai Dudai; Scientia Horticulturae, 129 (4) 2011, 570-576


11) Latitudinal and altitudinal patterns of the endemic cacti from Atacama desert to Mediterranean Chile.

P.C. Guerrero, A.P. Duran; Journal of Arid environments, 75 (11) 2011, 991-997


12) Molecular phylogeny of tribe Rhipsalideae (Cactaceae) and taxonomic  implications for Schlumbergera and Hatiora.

Alice Calvente, Daniela C. Zappi; Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 58 (3) 2011, 456-468


13) Development of a regeneration protocol through indirect organogenesis in prickly pear cactus (Opuntia ficus-indica (L.) Mill.)  

Paola Isabel Angulo-Bejarano, Octavio Paredes-Lope; Scientia Horticulturae, 128 (3) 2011, 283-288


14) Anti-hyperglycemic effect of Opuntia streptacantha Lem.

Adolfo Andradre-Cetto, Helmut Wiedenfeld; Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 133 (2) 2011, 940-943


15) Nutritional components and anti-oxidant capacity of ten cultivars and lines of cactus pear fruit (Opuntia spp.).

Elhadi M. Yahia, Candelario Mondragon-Jacobo; Food Research International, 44 (7) 2011, 2311-2318


16)  Seed germnation of Southern Chihuahuan Desert plants in response to elevated temperatures.

R.M. Perez-Sanchez, E. Jurado; Journal of Arid environments, 75 (9) 2011, 878-880


17) Chemical characterization of native wild plants of dry seasonal forests of the semi-arid region of northeastern Brazil.

Viviany Teixeira do Nascimento, Naira Paes de Moura; Food Research International, 44 (7) 2011, 2112-2119


18) A brief history of fruits and frugivores.

Theodore H. Fleming, W. John Kress; Acta Oecologia, 37 (6) 2011, 521-530


19) Cactus surface temperatures are impacted by seasonality, spines and height on plant.

Taly Dawn Drezner, Environmental and Experimental Botany, 74, 2011, 17-21


20) The multiple nutrition properties of some exotic fruits: Biological activity and active metabolites.

Valery M. Dembitsky, Sumitra Poovarodom; Food Research International, 44 (7) 2011, 1671-1701


21) Effect of lectins from Opuntia ficus indica cladodes and Moringa oleifera seeds on survival of Nasutitermes corniger.

Patricia M.G. Paiva, Giselly M.S. Santana, International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation, 65 (7) 2011, 982-989


22) Flavonols, betacyanins content and antioxidant activity of cactus Opuntia macrorhiza fruits.

Tamer E. Moussa-Ayoub, Salah K. El-Samahy; Food Research International, 44 (7) 2011, 2169-2174


23) Effects of maturity stage and storage on cactus berry (Myrtillocactus geometrizans) phenolics, vitamin C, betalains and their antioxidants properties.

Maria G. Herrera-Hernandez, Fidel Guevara-Lara; Food Chemistry, 129 (4) 2011, 1744-1750


24) Evaluation of oxalates and calcium in nopal pads (Opuntia ficus-indica var. redonda) at different maturity stages.

Margarita Contreras-Padilla, Esther Pérez-Torrero, Journal of Food Composition and Analysis, 24 (1) 2011, 38-43


25) Evaluation of antioxidant and antiulcerogenic activities of Opuntia ficus indica f. inermis flowers extract in rats.

Hichem Alimi, Najla Hfaiedh; Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology, 32 (3) 2011, 406-416


26) Identification and quantification of flavonol aglycons in cactus pear (Opuntia ficus indica) fruit using a commercial pectinase and cellulase preparation.

Tamer E. Moussa-Ayoub, Salah K. El-Samahy; Food Chemistry, 124 (3) 2011, 1177-1184


27) Effects of bark damage by feral herbivores on columnar cactus Echinopsis (= Trichocereus) terscheckii reproductive output.

B. Peco, C.E. Borghi; Journal of Arid environments, 75 (11) 2011, 981-985


28) The role of native flower visitors in pollinating Opuntia ficus-indica (L.) Mill., naturalized in Sicily.

Gabriella Lo Verde, Tommaso La Mantia; Acta Oecologia, 37 (5) 2011, 413-417.


29) Feral livestock threatens landscapes dominated by columnar cacti.

J.E. Malo, P. Acebes; Acta Oecologia, 37 (3) 2011, 249-255


30) Effect of a sodium caseinate edible coating on berry cactus fruit (Myrtillocactus geometrizans) phytochemicals.

Juliela Correa-Betanzo, Jissy K. Jacob; Food Research International, 44 (7) 2011, 1897-1904


31) Demographic consequences of chronic anthropogenic disturbance on three populations of the endangered globose cactus Coryphantha werdermannii.

R.M. Portilla-Alonso, C. Martorell;  Journal of Arid environments, 75 (6) 2011, 509-515


32) Impact of traditional and innovative technologies on some characteristics and bioactive compounds of Opuntia macrorhiza juice.

Tamer E. Mousse-Ayoub, Henry Jaeger; Procedia Food Science, 1, 2011, 1410-1416


33) Habitat effects on yield, fatty acid composition and tocopherol contents of prickly pear (Opuntia ficus-indica L.) seed oils.

Bertrand Matthäus, Mehmet Musa Ozca; Scientia Horticulturae, 131, 2011, 95-98


34) Opuntia humifusa stems lower blood glucose and cholesterol levels in treptozotocin-induced diabetic rats.

Sahng-Wook Hahm, Jieun Park; Nutrition Research, 31 (6) 2011, 479-487


35) Neutral sugar profile of cell wall polysaccharides of pitaya (Hylocereus sp.) fruits.

Carolina Ramirez-Truque, Patricia Esquivel; Carbohydrate Polymers, 83 (3) 2011, 1134-1138


36) Purification and characterisation of a soluble nucleotide pyrophosphatase/phosphodiesterase from prickly pear (Opuntia ficus-indica) fruits.

Delia Spano, Francesca Pintus; Food Research International, 44 (7) 2011, 2264-2270


37) Water versus spacing: A possible growth preference among young individuals of the giant cardon cactus of the Baja California Peninsula.

Macario Bacilio, Patricia Vazquez; Environmental and Experimental Botany, 70 (1)  2011, 29-36


38) Bacteria associated with Copestylum (Diptera, Syrphidae) larvae and their cactus host Isolatocereus dumortieri.

Martinez-Falcon AP, Durban A; PLoS One, 6 (11) 2011, e27443


39) Molecular phylogeny of Gymnocalycium (Cactaceae) : assessment of alternative infrageneric systems, a new suggenus and trends in the evolution of the genus.

Demaio PH, Barfuss MH; Am J Bot. , 98 (11) 2011, 1841-1854


40) Islation, purification and characterization of two thermostable endo-1,4-b-D-glucanase forms from Opuntia vulgaris.

Shyamala S, Ravikumar S; Appl Biochem Biotechnol., 165 (7-8) 2011, 1567-1610


41) What does it take to resolve relationship and to identify species with molecular markers? An example from the epiphytic Rhipsalideae (Cactaceae).

Korotkova N, Borsch T; Am J Bot ., 98 (9) 2011, 1549-1472


42) Seasonal photosynthetic gas exchange and water-use efficiency in a constitutive CAM plant, the giant saguaro cactus (Carniega gigantea).

Bronson DR, English NB; Oecologia, 167 (3) 2011, 861-871


43) Isolation, characterization, and cross-species amplification of polymorphic microsattelite markers for Pilosocereus machrisii (Cactaceae).

Perz MF, Téo MF; Am J Bot. , 98 (8) 2011, e204-6


44) Purification and neuroprotective effects of polysaccharides from Opuntia Milpa Alta in cultured cortical neurons.

Chen Y, Zhao B; Int J Biol Macromol., 49 (4) 2011, 681-687


45) Susceptibility of the cactus weevil Metamasius spinolae to Beauveria bassiana and Metarhizium anisopliae under laboratory and fiel conditions.

Orduno-Cruz N, Guzman-Franco AW; J Appl Microbiol., 111 (4) 2011, 939-948


46) Conserved and divergent rhythms of crassulacean acid metabolism-related and core clock gene expression in the cactus Opuntia ficus-indica.

Mallona I, Egea-Cortines M; Plant Physiol., 156 (4) 2011, 1978-1989


47) Long-distance kissing loop interactions between a 3' proximal y-shaped structure and apical loop of 5' hairpins enhance traslation of Saguaro cactus virus.

Chattopadhyay M, Shi K; Virology, 417 (1) 2011, 113-125


48) Chemical analysis of nutritional content of prickly pads (Opuntia ficus-indica) at varied ages in an organic harvest.

Hernandez-Urbiola MI, Pérez-Torrero E, Int J Environ Res Public Health., 8 (5) 2011, 1287-1295


49) Phylogenetic relationships and evolution of growth form in Cactaceae (Caryophyllales, Eudicotyledoneae).

Hernandez-Hernandez T, Hernandez HM, Am J Bot. , 98 (1) 2011, 44-61


50) Contemporaneous and recent radiations of the world's major succulent plant lineages.

Arakaki M, Christin PA, Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 108 (20) 2011, 8379-8384


51) Comparative antioxidant and antiproliferative activities of red and white pitayas and their correlation with flavonoid and polyphenol content.

Kim H, Choi HK, J Food Sci., 76 (1) 2011, C38-45


52) Endophytic bacteria of Mammillaria fraileana, an endemic rock-colonizing cactus of the southern Sonoran Desert.

Lopez BR, Bashan Y, Arch Microbiol., 193 (7) 2011, 527-541


53) Distribuion and habitat in Mexico of Dactylopius Costa (Hemiptera: Dactylopiidae) and their cacti hosts (Cactaceae: Opuntioideae).

Chavez-Moreno CK, Tecante A, Neotrop Entomol., 40 (1) 2011, 62-71


54) Haematological and biochemical toxicity induced by methanol in rats: ameliorative effects of Opuntia vulgaris fruit extract.

Saoudi M, Jebahi S, Hum Exp Toxicol., 30 (12) 2011, 1963-1971


55) The influence of historical geneflow, bathymetry and distribution patterns on the population genetics of morphologically diverse Galapagos' Opuntia echios.

Helsen P, Verdyck P, J Mol Evol., 72 (3) 2011, 315-325


56) Antidiabetic effect of a newly identified component of Opuntia dillenii polysaccharides.

Zhao LY, Lan QJ, Phytomedecine, 18 (89) 2011-661-668


57) Study of the antioxidant properties of extracts obtained from nopal cactus (Opuntia ficus-indica) cladodes after convective drying.

Medina-Torres L, Vernon-Carter EJ, J Sci Food Agric., 91 (6) 2011, 1001-1005


58) Purification and characterization of a novel thermostable xylose isomerase from Opuntia vulgaris mill.

Ravikumar S, Vikramathithan J, Appl Biochem Biotechnol., 164 (5) 2011, 593-603


59) Esterase plymorphism and the analysis of genetic diversity and structure in cactus populations descended from Cereus peruvianus plants regenerated in vitro.

Sala J, Mangolin CA; Biochem Genet.,49 (3-4) 2011, 270-282


60) Selenium accumulation, distribution, and speciation in spineless prickly pear cactus: a drought- and salt-tolerant, selenium-enriched nutraceutical fruit crop for biofortified foods.

Banuelos GS, Fakra SC; Plant Physiol., 155 (1) 2011, 315-327


61) Physico-chemical and structuralchanges of red-flehed dragon fruit (Hylocereus polyrhizus) during fruit development.

Jamaludin NA, Ding P; J Sci Food Agric., 91 (2) 2011, 278-285


62) Peyote identification on the basis of differences in morphology, mescaline content, and tmL/tmF sequence between Lophophora williamsii and L. diffusa.

Aragane M., Sasaki Y. J Nat Med., 65 (1) 2011; 103-110


63) Thermophilic laccase from xerophyte species Opuntia vulgaris.

Kumar GN, Srikuma K, Biomed Chromatogr., 25 (6) 2011, 707-711


64) Comparative evaluation of two different Opuntia ficus-indica extracts for blood sugar lowering effects in rats.

Butterweck V, Semlin L, Phytother Res., 25 (3) 2011, 370-375


65) Chemopreventive effect of cactus Opuntia ficus indica on oxidative stress and genotoxicity of aflatoxin B1.

Dalel Brahmi, Chayma Bouaziz, Nutr Metab (Lond), 2011, 8, 73.


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