2013
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-05722013000300019
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Abstract: Este trabalho visou realizar um levantamento bibliográfico dos registros etnobotânicos, químicos e farmacológicos de espécies de Apocynaceae ocorrentes em diversas regiões do Brasil. Foi feito um compilamento dos dados organizados em ordem alfabética de espécies, seguidas do nome popular, categoria de uso, parte usada, forma de uso, atividade farmacológica, composição química e distribuição geográfica. Identificou-se 78 espécies distribuídas em 27 gêneros, onde Hancornia speciosa Gomes foi a mais citada. A cat… Show more

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“…We recognize only 25 of the 47 species treated by Cogniaux (1891) and relegate a total of 44 epithets to synonymy. Since that time selected species have been included in many regional checklists or geographically defined local floras (Harley & Simmons 1986;Semir & Martins 1987;Martins 1991;Woodgyer 1995;Munhoz & Proença 1998: Romero & Martins 2002Woodgyer et al 2003;Matsumoto & Martins 2005;Rodrigues 2005;Santos & Silva 2005;Faria et al 2006;Hatschbach et al 2006;Chiavegatto & Baumgratz 2007;Drummond et al 2007;Kinoshita et al 2007;Faria 2008;Silva & Romero 2008;Alves & Kolbek 2009;Martins et al 2009a;Martins et al 2009b;Santos et al 2009;Meirelles & Goldenberg 2012;Forzza et al 2013;Goldenberg et al 2014;Maia & Goldenberg 2014;Pirani et al 2015;Versiane et al 2016;Pacifico 2017). No recent study has critically evaluated the entire genus in a comprehensive way.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…We recognize only 25 of the 47 species treated by Cogniaux (1891) and relegate a total of 44 epithets to synonymy. Since that time selected species have been included in many regional checklists or geographically defined local floras (Harley & Simmons 1986;Semir & Martins 1987;Martins 1991;Woodgyer 1995;Munhoz & Proença 1998: Romero & Martins 2002Woodgyer et al 2003;Matsumoto & Martins 2005;Rodrigues 2005;Santos & Silva 2005;Faria et al 2006;Hatschbach et al 2006;Chiavegatto & Baumgratz 2007;Drummond et al 2007;Kinoshita et al 2007;Faria 2008;Silva & Romero 2008;Alves & Kolbek 2009;Martins et al 2009a;Martins et al 2009b;Santos et al 2009;Meirelles & Goldenberg 2012;Forzza et al 2013;Goldenberg et al 2014;Maia & Goldenberg 2014;Pirani et al 2015;Versiane et al 2016;Pacifico 2017). No recent study has critically evaluated the entire genus in a comprehensive way.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Metabolites with recognized antibacterial activity, such as tannins, flavonoids and terpenes, are extracted mainly by nonpolar solvents such as hexane [16,17].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…They are also appreciated for fresh consumption, besides being a food source for the wild fauna. Some parts of the plant are used to prepare folk medicine, and the latex extracted from its trunk is used in the production of rubber (SILVA JÚNIOR, 2004;SILVA;ARAÚJO;ROCHA, 2011;SANTOS et al, 2013).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%