2015
DOI: 10.1590/0102-33062015abb0003 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: The genus Sinningia belongs to the Neotropical tribe Gesnerieae, subtribe Ligeriinae, presently consisting of only three genera, Paliavana, Sinnigia and Vanhouttea. These genera were separated from a larger concept of tribe Gloxinieae based on phylogenetic studies with molecular data. In Rio Grande do Sul, southern Brazil, 12 species and one natural hybrid of Sinningia have been recorded. Species of Sinningia in this area are erect or ascending herbs or subshrubs arising from underground or partially exposed t… Show more

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“…In Brazil this plant occurs in Midwest, Southeast and South regions. 1,2 In Peruvian Amazon S. warmingii is known as "mother potato", and an infusion of its tubers is used to treat gynecological problems, such as puerperal inflammations and microbial vaginosis. 3 A preliminary phytochemical screening of the tubers detected phenolic glycosides, terpenes, and steroids, 3 classes of compounds that are widespread in Gesneriaceae family.…”
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“…In Brazil this plant occurs in Midwest, Southeast and South regions. 1,2 In Peruvian Amazon S. warmingii is known as "mother potato", and an infusion of its tubers is used to treat gynecological problems, such as puerperal inflammations and microbial vaginosis. 3 A preliminary phytochemical screening of the tubers detected phenolic glycosides, terpenes, and steroids, 3 classes of compounds that are widespread in Gesneriaceae family.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning