The search string “Ipomoea murucoides” appears in the following group names or in other names (synonyms, vernacular names) applied to these groups. J Nat Prod. Aug;68(8) Pentasaccharide glycosides from the roots of Ipomoea murucoides. León I(1), Enríquez RG, Nieto DA, Alonso D, Reynolds. Bacterial resistance modifying tetrasaccharide agents from Ipomoea murucoides. Chérigo L(1), Pereda-Miranda R, Gibbons S.
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There is an inverse relationship between the activity of xylophages and the murucodes of epiphytes on Ipomoea murucoides. Xylophagy may modify the branch chemical constitution, which also affects the liberation of allelochemicals with defense and allelopathic properties.
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