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   Camellia japonica (Japanese Camellia) 

Broader Terms:
   Theaceae (tea) 

More Specific:
   Camellia achrysantha 
   Camellia albogigas 
   Camellia assimilis 
   Camellia chrysanthoides 
   Camellia fascicularis 
   Camellia flavida 
   Camellia furfuracea 
   Camellia fusuiensis 
   Camellia gracilis 
   Camellia grandis 
   Camellia granthamiana 
   Camellia grijsii 
   Camellia henryana 
   Camellia huana 
   Camellia impressinervis 
   Camellia irrawadiensis 
   Camellia japonica (camellia) 
   Camellia kwangsiensis 
   Camellia lanceolata 
   Camellia liberofilamenta 
   Camellia limonia 
   Camellia longgangensis 
   Camellia longruiensis 
   Camellia longzhouensis 
   Camellia micrantha 
   Camellia multipetala 
   Camellia nitidissima 
   Camellia oleifera 
   Camellia parvilimba 
   Camellia parvipetala 
   Camellia petelotii 
   Camellia pingguoensis 
   Camellia ptilophylla 
   Camellia ptilosperma 
   Camellia pubipetala 
   Camellia reticulata (to-tsubaki) 
   Camellia salicifolia 
   Camellia sasanqua (Christmas Camellia) 
   Camellia sinensis (tea) 
   Camellia tenuifolia 
   Camellia terminalis 
   Camellia thea 
   Camellia theifera (Tea plant) 
   Camellia tunghinensis 
   Camellia xiashiensis 
   Camellia yunnanensis 
   Thea dormoyana 
   Thea henryana 
   Thea indochinensis 
   Thea megacarpa 
   Thea paucipunctata 
   Thea piquetiana 
   Thea reticulata 
Latest Articles on Camellia 'Nuccio's Pearl' from uBioRSS

Camellia sinensis

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Common Names: kamelia, camellia

1.  Theae nigrae folium: Comparing the analytical performance of benchtop and handheld near-infrared spectrometers.LinkIT
Mayr S, Schmelzer J, Kirchler CG, Pezzei CK, Be? KB, Grabska J, Huck CW
Talanta, 2021

2.  Phytochemical properties of black tea (Camellia sinensis) and rooibos tea (Aspalathus linearis); and their modulatory effects on key hyperglycaemic processes and oxidative stress.LinkIT
Xiao X, Erukainure OL, Sanni O, Koorbanally NA, Islam MS
Journal of food science and technology, 2020

3.  Effect of freezing treatment in tea preparation using Camellia sinensis leaves.LinkIT
Chung HS, Youn KS
Journal of food science and technology, 2020

4.  Polysaccharides from the Fleshy Fruits of Camellia oleifera Attenuate the Kidney Injury in High-Fat Diet/Streptozotocin-Induced Diabetic Mice.LinkIT
Li J, Xie F, Zhu X, Hu H, Fang X, Huang Z, Liu Z, Wu S
Journal of medicinal food, 2020

5.  Transcriptome Profiling Analysis of Tea Plant (Camellia sinensis) using Oxford Nanopore Long-read RNA-Seq Technology.LinkIT
Wang F, Chen Z, Pei H, Guo Z, Wen D, Liu R, Song B
Gene, 2020

6.  First Report of Colletotrichum siamense Causing Anthracnose on Zinnia elegans Jacq. in China.LinkIT
Li W, He YQ, Fu T, Lin L, Liu F, Wang LZ, Wang GL
Plant disease, 2020

7.  Adsorption capability of brewed tea waste in waters containing toxic lead(II), cadmium (II), nickel (II), and zinc(II) heavy metal ions.LinkIT
Çelebi H, Gök G, Gök O
Scientific reports, 2020

8.  Light quality affects the proliferation of in vitro cultured plantlets of Camellia oleifera Huajin.LinkIT
He C, Zeng Y, Fu Y, Wu J, Liang Q
PeerJ, 2020

9.  Comparative bioefficacy of Bacillus and Pseudomonas chitinase against Helopeltis theivora in tea (Camellia sinensis (L.) O.Kuntze.LinkIT
Suganthi M, Arvinth S, Senthilkumar P
Physiology and molecular biology of plants : an international journal of functional plant biology, 2020

10.  Comprehensive evaluation on tailor-made deep eutectic solvents (DESs) in extracting tea saponins from seed pomace of Camellia oleifera Abel.LinkIT
Tang Y, He X, Sun J, Liu G, Li C, Li L, Sheng J, Zhou Z, Xin M, Ling D, Yi P, Zheng F, Li J, Li Z, Yang Y, Tang J, Chen X
Food chemistry, 2020