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– 149 . Ripka , G. , Kontschán , J. and Neményi , A. ( 2015 ): A new genus and species of eriophyoid mites (Acari: Eriophyoidea: Diptilomiopidae) on Phyllostachys iridescens (Poaceae) from Hungary . Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum

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Brazil and comparison to Takecallis taiwanus (Takahashi) Revista Bras. Zool. 1999 16 865 870 Lee Li, Z.-H., Denich, M. and Borsch, T. (2005): Growth behaviour of Phyllostachys nigra var

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1. Introduction Phyllostachys edulis (PES) is widely distributed in East Asia and is the most important bamboo species in China [ 1 ]. In addition, the bamboo leaf is easily accessible and inexpensive. To

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. Gao , Z. Q. , Fu , M. Y. ( 2006 ) Characteristics of seasonal changes in soil carbon and nitrogen nutrients of different Phyllostachys pubescens stands . J. Zhejiang Coll. Forest. 23 , 248 – 254 . 4

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) from moso bamboo in Fujian, China . Syst. Appl. Acarol. Spec. Publ . 4 , 19 – 35 . Zhengping , W. and Stapleton , C. ( 2006 ): 34. Phyllostachys . In: W. Zhengi and P. Raven (eds): Flora of China. Poaceae . Missouri Botanical

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Partial results of 19 years of mite collecting on ornamental trees and shrubs, on streets, in parks, in greenery, in botanical gardens and private gardens, in various localities of Hungary are included here. During this survey a new genus, Adventacarus n. gen. and two new species were collected: Adventacarus turulae n. sp. and Abacarus kôrösicsomai n. sp. are described and illustrated from Phyllostachys viridiglaucescens. Both species appeared to be vagrant without causing apparent injuries to the host. The importance of gnathosomal chaetotaxy in the systematics of the eriophyoid mites is emphasized. A new tribe, Adventacarini n. tr. is proposed.

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Flavonoids are the main functional compounds in a bamboo leaf extract. Because of their activity flavonoids are widely used in many of health products, cosmetics, and food supplements. A simple high-performance thin-layer chromatographic (HPTLC) method has been established for simultaneous quantification of vitexin, isovitexin, orientin, and isoorientin in the leaves of three different bamboo species: Phyllostachys pubescens Mazel ex H. de Lehaie, Phyllostachys glauca McClure, and Pleioblastus yixingensis S. L. Chen et S. Y. Chen. The method was validated for precision (expressed as the coefficient of variation, CV [%]), accuracy, sensitivity, and selectivity. Instrumental precision was found to be 0.37, 0.52, 0.39, 0.13, and 0.84% and the repeatability of the method 0.98, 0.91, 1.02, 1.04 and 0.87% for isovitexin, rutin, orientin, isoorientin, and vitexin, respectively. The accuracy of the method was determined by measurement of recovery at three different concentrations. Average recovery was 99.54% for isovitexin, 99.31% for orientin, and 100.55% for isoorientin from P. pubescens; 98.97% for orientin, 99.00% for isovitexin, and 99.58% for vitexin from P. glauca ; and 98.86% for orientin, 100.04% for isoorientin, and 99.63% for vitexin in P. yixingensis . In the fraction extracted from bamboo leaves known as Flavone Gruff the flavonoid content was 6.44% ( w/w ) for orientin, 3.45% for isovitexin, and 6.58% for isoorientin in P. pubescens ; 7.82% for orientin, 2.82% for isovitexin, and 13.7% for vitexin in P. glauca ; and 4.92% for orientin, 3.50% for isoorientin, and 22.5% for vitexin in P. yixingensis . Although the presence of rutin was confirmed in the bamboo leaves investigated, it could not be quantified because of its low concentration. The proposed HPTLC method was found to be simple, precise, selective, sensitive, and accurate for routine quality control of the leaves of different bamboo species and formulations containing bamboo-leaf flavonoids.

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): A new genus and species of eriophyoid mites (Acari: Eriophyoidea: Diptilomiopidae) on Phyllostachys iridescens (Poaceae) from Hungary . Acta Zool. Acad. Sci. Hung. , 61 , 47 – 56 . Spollen , K. M. and Isman , M. B. ( 1996 ): Acute and

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. 20. Lybeer , B. , Koch , G. , VanAcker , J. , Goetghebeur , P. ( 2006 ) Lignification and cell wall thickening in nodes of Phyllostachys viridiglaucescens and Phyllostachys nigra . Ann. Bot

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, and the other 12 flavonoids have not been found in other bamboo leaves. Compounds 1 and 5 were widely reported in many species bamboo leaves of many genera, such as Bambusa , Phyllostachys , Sasa , Pleioblastus , Dendrocalamopsis , Dendrocalamus

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