By Rozi Mohamed
This booklet offers readers new details to appreciate the mechanism of agarwood induction and for that reason eliminate the myths surrounding agarwood formation. one of many demanding situations in preserving agarwood assets is species identity. during this booklet, taxonomy and systematics of agarwood-producing timber from ancient and up to date views is mentioned, and suggestions are given for settling on cultivated species. furthermore, colour illustrations are given to spotlight vegetative and reproductive features in addition to anatomical gains, for identity reasons of either plant and agarwood assets. one other problem that planters are dealing with is in buying the right kind approach for agarwood induction, therefore improvement of agarwood induction applied sciences may be reviewed. A bankruptcy devoted to bioinduction is integrated. The ebook will contain a bankruptcy at the use of non-destructive know-how as a administration software for cultivating agarwood. The e-book additionally discusses matters with regards to agarwood grades. The absence of a world normal that's appropriate by way of manufacturer and customer international locations additional complicates the problem. different valuable details features a systematic revelation of agarwood parts and their complicated chemistry, and highlights on a selected pharmaceutical property.
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Since the leaves of A. crassna are bitter tasting, they have the capacity of being insect resistant; they seldom suffer from plant diseases introduced by insects. In addition, some A. subintegra have also been introduced. 2 Wood Resources, Identification, and Utilization of Agarwood in China 25 Fig. 5 100 % Percentage (%) 54. 8 Note: The total distribution area of Aquilaria resources could be higher because only data of new planted Aquilaria resources collected since 2006 are presented here. Data from the Endangered Species Import and Export Management Office of the People’s Republic of China (2011) 26 Y.
Flora Malesiana Bull. 2002;13(1):61–5. CITES. Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora. Consideration of proposals for amendment of Appendices I and II- Aquilaria spp. and Gyrinops spp. Thirteenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties, Bangkok, 2–14 Oct 2004. CITES. Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora. Resolutions of the Conference of the Parties. Ninth meeting of the Conference of the Parties, Fort Lauderdale, 7–18 Nov 1994.
Due to its aromatic fragrance, it is used as a raw material in making incenses and perfumes. Agarwood is held with high regard in many different cultures of the world, thus the various names: agar (Hindi), agaru (Tibetans), akil (Tamil), chenxiang (Chinese), eaglewood (Papua New Guinea), gaharu (Malay), jinkoh (Japanese), oud (Arabic), mai ketsana (Laos), mai kritsana (Thai), sasi or sashi (Assamese), and tramhuong (Vietnamese). The Japanese jinkoh literally means “sinking incense,” and the highest grade is known as kyara (Kiyoko 1992).
Agarwood: Science Behind the Fragrance by Rozi Mohamed