quercus robur bud extract
extract of the buds of the english oak , quercus robur l., fagaceae
 
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Name: quercus robur l. bud extract
CAS Number: 71011-28-4 
ECHA EC Number: 275-129-0
Category: antioxidants, skin conditioning
 
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Food Chemicals Codex Listed: No
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Taste Description:
woody
  
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Cosmetic Information:
CosIng: cosmetic data
Cosmetic Uses: antioxidants
skin conditioning
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Oral/Parenteral Toxicity:
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Category: antioxidants, skin conditioning
Recommendation for quercus robur bud extract usage levels up to:
 not for fragrance use.
 
Recommendation for quercus robur bud extract flavor usage levels up to:
 not for flavor use.
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 quercus robur l. bud extract
Chemidplus: 0071011284
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 quercus robur l. bud extract
Canada Domestic Sub. List: 71011-28-4
Pubchem (sid): 135320574
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 oak bud
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Synonyms:
 extract of the buds of the english oak , quercus robur l., fagaceae
english oak bud extract
truffle oak bud extract
 quercus pedunculata bud extract
 quercus robur subsp. eurobur bud extract
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PubMed: The oak gene expression atlas: insights into Fagaceae genome evolution and the discovery of genes regulated during bud dormancy release.
PubMed: A phenological timetable of oak growth under experimental drought and air warming.
PubMed: Bioinformatic analysis of ESTs collected by Sanger and pyrosequencing methods for a keystone forest tree species: oak.
PubMed: Variation in cold hardiness and carbohydrate concentration from dormancy induction to bud burst among provenances of three European oak species.
PubMed: Variations in sucrose and ABA concentrations are concomitant with heteroblastic leaf shape changes in a rhythmically growing species (Quercus robur).
PubMed: Comparison of quantitative trait loci for adaptive traits between oak and chestnut based on an expressed sequence tag consensus map.
PubMed: Results on quantitative trait loci for flushing date in oaks can be transferred to different segregating progenies.
PubMed: Detection of quantitative trait loci controlling bud burst and height growth in Quercus robur L.
PubMed: The timing of bud burst and its effect on tree growth.
PubMed: Seasonal changes in the photosynthetic capacity of canopy oak (Quercus robur) leaves: the impact of slow development on annual carbon uptake.
PubMed: Physiology-based phenology models for forest tree species in Germany.
PubMed: Warmer springs disrupt the synchrony of oak and winter moth phenology.
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