Economic Botany: A Textbook of Useful Plants and Plant Products

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INDEX

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Abacá, 20, 34-36, 501
Abies alba,114, 167, 496
balsamea,90, 166, 229, 496
concolor,90, 229, 496
grandis,90, 496
lasiocarpa,496
magnifica,90, 496
nobilis,496
pectinata,496
procera,90, 496
Abiurana, 148, 516
Absinthe, 257, 493
Abuta,248, 520
Abutilon Avicennae,513
Theophrasti,33, 513
Acacia,182
arabica,507
Catechu,128, 507
dealbata,507
decurrens,121, 507
var. dealbata,121, 507
var. mollis,121, 507
Farnesiana,182, 507
melanoxylon,117, 507
nilotica,121, 160, 507
pyenantha,121, 507
Senegal,451, 152, 507
Acaroid resins, 160
Acer macrophyllum,100, 512
nigrum,217, 512
pseudoplatanus,114, 512
rubrum,100, 512
saccharinum,100, 512
saccharum,98, 100, 217, 218, 230, 512
Aceraceae,512
Achira, 368, 501
Achras Zapota,148, 149, 433, 516
Acle, 116, 509
Aconite, 244-245, 504
Aconitum Napellus,244, 504
Acorn, 347, 357
Acorus Calamus,182, 500
Adansonia digitata,231, 513
Aechmea magdalenae,40, 500
Aesculus octandra,106, 512
Afrantomum, Melegueta,458, 501
Agar, 244, 263, 294, 295
Agaricus campestris,292, 495
Agathis alba,155, 496
australis,117, 155, 156, 496
Agave,38, 490, 501
atrovirens,491, 501
Contala,37, 501
fourcroydes,36, 37, 501
Fwnkiana,37, 501
Lecheguilla,37, 501
Letonae,36, 501
sisalina,36, 501
Agave fibers, 20, 36-38
Agrostis alba,344, 497
Aizoaceae,504
Akund, 49, 517
Alaria esculenta,295, 495
Alcohol, ethyl, 226, 239, 484
industrial, 226, 239, 306
methyl, 226
wood, 80, 226
Alcoholic beverages, 484-493
Alder, 115
black, 114, 502
red, 106, 502
Ale, 489
Aleppo galls, 124, 125
Aleurites cordata,511
Fordii,193, 194, 511
moluccana,196, 511
montana,193, 511
Aleurone, 12, 297, 307
Alfalfa, 221, 287, 289, 344, 509
Algae, 263-264, 293-295, 495
Algaroba, 345-346, 491, 509
Algarobilla, 124, 508
Algin, 264
Alizarin, 131
Alkaloids, 15
Alkanna, 127, 131, 518

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