AQUILARIA SUBINTEGRA PDF

Papuan agarwood is specific due to a large amount of wild naturally-produced resin. However, the smoke produced from burning the wood is not suitable for fumigation. At the same time, the clothing can be scented. The scent of burned Papuan agarwood is herbal and grassy. Aquilaria Cumingiana Borneo Indonesia The oldest species of Aquilaria trees are found in Indonesia: Aquilaria beccariana, Aquilaria apiculate, Aquilaria cumingiana, Aquilaria filarial, Aquilaria hirta, Aquilaria malaccensis, and Aquilaria microcarpa. There is a strong belief that Indonesian wood is the highest quality agarwood in the world.

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Metrics details Abstract Fungal endophytes are microorganisms that are well-known for producing a diverse array of secondary metabolites. Recent studies have uncovered the bioprospecting potential of several plant endophytic fungi. Here, we demonstrate the presence of highly bioactive fungal endophytic species in Aquilaria subintegra, a fragrant wood plant collected from Thailand.

Thirty-three fungal endophytic strains were isolated and further identified to genus level based on morphological characteristics. The volatile compounds of all extracts were investigated by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry GC-MS.

Four strains—Arthrinium sp. These compounds are especially important, because they greatly resemble those originating from the host-produced agarwood oil. Our findings demonstrate the potential of endophytic fungi to produce bioactive compounds with applications in perfumery and cosmetic industries.

Antioxidant activity of all extracts was also evaluated by using 2,2-diphenylpicrylhydrazyl radical scavenging assays. The ethyl acetate extract of Diaporthe sp. MFLUCC demonstrated superior antioxidant capacity, which was comparable to that of the gallic acid standard.

Our results indicate that the MFLUCC strain is a resource of natural antioxidant with potential medicinal applications.

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Metrics details Abstract Fungal endophytes are microorganisms that are well-known for producing a diverse array of secondary metabolites. Recent studies have uncovered the bioprospecting potential of several plant endophytic fungi. Here, we demonstrate the presence of highly bioactive fungal endophytic species in Aquilaria subintegra, a fragrant wood plant collected from Thailand. Thirty-three fungal endophytic strains were isolated and further identified to genus level based on morphological characteristics. The volatile compounds of all extracts were investigated by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry GC-MS. Four strains—Arthrinium sp.

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Aquilaria subintegra

History[ edit ] The odour of agarwood is complex and pleasing, [7] with few or no similar natural analogues. In the perfume state, the scent is mainly distinguished by a combination of "oriental-woody" and "very soft fruity-floral" notes. The incense smoke is also characterized by a "sweet-balsamic" note and "shades of vanilla and musk" and amber not to be confused with ambergris. In the Hebrew Bible , "trees of lign aloes" are mentioned in The Book of Numbers [8] and a perfume compounded of aloeswood, myrrh , and cassia is described in Psalms Even though Dioscorides describes agarwood as having an astringent and bitter taste, it was used to freshen the breath when chewed or as a decoction held in the mouth. He also writes that a root extract was used to treat stomach complaints and dysentery as well as pains of the lungs and liver. Antique agarwood rosary with inlaid gold, late Qing dynasty, China.

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