betula alba leaf extract
extract of the leaves of the birch, betula alba l., betulaceae
 
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      660110 Extrapone® Birch Life Essentials - Botanicals
      Extrapone® Birch contains the extract of birch leaves prepared in propylene glycol and water. Birch leaves used for our Extrapone® are mainly collected in Eastern Europe and Germany. The leaves are extracted with water and ethanol (maceration/percolation) and filtrated. The filtrate is concentrated by distillation. The extract is prepared in a mixture of water, propylene glycol and preservatives and clear filtered after an individual ripening time.
       
       
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Name: betula alba l. leaf extract
CAS Number: 84012-15-7 
ECHA EC Number: 281-660-9
Category: cosmetic agents
 
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CosIng: cosmetic data
Cosmetic Uses: astringents
cleansing agents
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skin conditioning
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Use: Extrapone® Birch contains the extract of birch leaves prepared in propylene glycol and water. Birch leaves used for our Extrapone® are mainly collected in Eastern Europe and Germany. The leaves are extracted with water and ethanol (maceration/percolation) and filtrated. The filtrate is concentrated by distillation. The extract is prepared in a mixture of water, propylene glycol and preservatives and clear filtered after an individual ripening time.
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Category: cosmetic agents
Recommendation for betula alba leaf extract usage levels up to:
 not for fragrance use.
 
Recommendation for betula alba leaf extract flavor usage levels up to:
 not for flavor use.
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 betula alba l. leaf extract
Chemidplus: 0084012157
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 betula alba l. leaf extract
Canada Domestic Sub. List: 84012-15-7
Pubchem (sid): 135315650
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Synonyms:
 betula alba var. pubescens leaf extract
 betula odorata leaf extract
 betula pubescens leaf extract
 betula pubescens subsp. tortuosa leaf extract
 betula pubescens var. pubescens leaf extract
 betula tortuosa leaf extract
extrapone birch (Symrise)
downy birch leaf extract
european white birch leaf extract
moor birch leaf extract
 extract of the leaves of the birch, betula alba l., betulaceae
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PubMed: Effects of species-specific leaf characteristics and reduced water availability on fine particle capture efficiency of trees.
PubMed: Simulated browsing affects leaf shedding phenology and litter quality of oak and birch saplings.
PubMed: Species-specific effect of UV-B radiation on the temporal pattern of leaf growth.
PubMed: Dermocosmetics for dry skin: a new role for botanical extracts.
PubMed: Seasonal fluctuations in leaf phenolic composition under UV manipulations reflect contrasting strategies of alder and birch trees.
PubMed: Solar ultraviolet radiation alters alder and birch litter chemistry that in turn affects decomposers and soil respiration.
PubMed: Larval parasitism of the autumnal moth reduces feeding intensity on the mountain birch.
PubMed: Metabolic modifications of birch leaf phenolics by an herbivorous insect: detoxification of flavonoid aglycones via glycosylation.
PubMed: From plants to birds: higher avian predation rates in trees responding to insect herbivory.
PubMed: Comparative measurements of transpiration and canopy conductance in two mixed deciduous woodlands differing in structure and species composition.
PubMed: Fragmented environment affects birch leaf endophytes.
PubMed: Element contents in leaves of four plant species (birch, mountain ash, fern and spruce) along anthropogenic and geogenic concentration gradients.
PubMed: Budburst phenology of white birch in industrially polluted areas.
PubMed: Ecological role of reindeer summer browsing in the mountain birch (Betula pubescens ssp. czerepanovii) forests: effects on plant defense, litter decomposition, and soil nutrient cycling.
PubMed: Sexual reproduction advances autumn leaf colours in mountain birch (Betula pubescens ssp. czerepanovii).
PubMed: Newly hatched neonate larvae can glycosylate: the fate of Betula pubescens bud flavonoids in first instar Epirrita autumnata.
PubMed: Do competition and herbivory alter the internal nitrogen dynamics of birch saplings?
PubMed: Phenology and abundance in relation to climatic variation in a sub-arctic insect herbivore-mountain birch system.
PubMed: Pollution resistance of mountain birch, Betula pubescens subsp. czerepanovii, near the copper-nickel smelter: natural selection or phenotypic acclimation?
PubMed: Defensive effect of surface flavonoid aglycones of Betula pubescens leaves against first instar Epirrita autumnata larvae.
PubMed: Autumn coloration as a signal of tree condition.
PubMed: Defoliation increases carbon limitation in ectomycorrhizal symbiosis of Betula pubescens.
PubMed: Rapid herbivore-induced changes in mountain birch phenolics and nutritive compounds and their effects on performance of the major defoliator, Epirrita autumnata.
PubMed: Root versus canopy uptake of heavy metals by birch in an industrially polluted area: contrasting behaviour of nickel and copper.
PubMed: Effects of sample drying and storage, and choice of extraction solvent and analysis method on the yield of birch leaf hydrolyzable tannins.
PubMed: Putting the insect into the birch-insect interaction.
PubMed: Spatial responses of two herbivore groups to a geometrid larva on mountain birch.
PubMed: Phenological modifications in plants by various edaphic factors.
PubMed: Patterns in content of phenolic compounds in leaves of mountain birches along a strong pollution gradient.
PubMed: Olfactory responses of Ips duplicatus from inner Mongolia, China to nonhost leaf and bark volatiles.
PubMed: Seasonal variation in the content of hydrolysable tannins in leaves of Betula pubescens.
PubMed: Phenolic and phenolic-related factors as determinants of suitability of mountain birch leaves to an herbivorous insect.
PubMed: Characterisation of hydrolysable tannins from leaves of Betula pubescens by high-performance liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry.
PubMed: Effects of Resource Availability on Carbon Allocation and Developmental Instability in Cloned Birch Seedlings.
PubMed: Air-pollutant dispersal patterns and vegetation damage in the vicinity of three aluminium smelters in Norway.
PubMed: Variation in ozone sensitivity among clones of Betula pendula and Betula pubescens.
PubMed: Density patterns of gall mites (Acarina:Eriophyidae) in a polluted area.
PubMed: Variation among and within mountain birch trees in foliage phenols, carbohydrates, and amino acids, and in growth ofEpirrita autumnata larvae.
PubMed: Effect of carbon dioxide concentration on biomass production and partitioning in Betula pubescens Ehrh. seedlings at different ozone and temperature regimes.
PubMed: Seasonal changes in bud dormancy in relation to bud morphology, water and starch content, and abscisic acid concentration in adult trees of Betula pubescens.
PubMed: Simulated acid rain affects birch leaf endophyte populations.
PubMed: Effects of sulphur dioxide and nitrogen dioxide, singly and in mixture, on the macroscopic growth of three birch clones.
PubMed: The enrichment of (18)O in leaf water under natural conditions.
PubMed: Studies on the role of abscisic acid in the initiation of bud dormancy in Alnus glutinosa and Betula pubescens.
PubMed: Some physiological responses to d,l abscisin (dormin).
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