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 Übersetzung für 'cinchona' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a cinchona | cinchonas
SYNO chinchona | cinchona | cinchona bark | ...
cinchonaFieberrinde {f}
bot.T
cinchona [genus] [Chinabark]
Chininbaum {m} [auch: Chinarindenbaum]
bot.
cinchona bark
Chinarinde {f}
bot.
cinchona shrub
Chinarindenbusch {m}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Cestoni's research on cinchona was important at the time.
  • Castelli seems to have had but little knowledge of the cinchona, and no experience in its medicinal application.
  • After learning agriculture, six years later by 18 he was sent to the Hakgala Botanical Garden, in charge of the cinchona plantation there.
  • James Alexander Gammie (12 November 1839 - 13 April 1924) was a Kew-trained Scottish gardener and botanist known for his work in raising cinchona plantations in Mungpoo in northeastern India and in introducing a process for the extraction of cinchona alkaloids at the factory in Rungbee.
  • William Graham McIvor (1824 or 1825 - 8 June 1876) was a Scottish gardener and superintendent of the Neilgherry Cinchona plantations in Ootacamund, India who was responsible for the successful introduction of cinchona plants in the Nilgiris in the 1860s.

  • Quinquina uses cinchona as a main flavouring ingredient. Brands of this type of aromatised wine aperitif include Lillet, Dubonnet and Byrrh.
  • Spanish Jesuit missionaries were the first to bring cinchona to Europe.
  • "Tetragonoderus cinchona" is a species of beetle in the family Carabidae.
  • Cinchona based liqueurs are very popular in Italy under the generic name of China (pronounced Kee-nah), the Italian name of cinchona.
  • Cinchotannic acid is a tannin contained in many cinchona barks, which by oxidation rapidly yields a dark-coloured phlobaphene called "red cinchonic", "cinchono-fulvic acid" or "cinchona red".

  • Kukuihaele is the site of the original Hawaiian Island stand of cinchona trees, from which quinine is made.
  • In 1640, Huan del Vego first employed the tincture of the cinchona bark for treating malaria; the native Indians of Peru and Ecuador had been using it even earlier for treating fevers.
  • "Cinchona pubescens", also known as red cinchona and quina (Kina) ([...] "Cascarilla, cinchona"; [...] "quina-do-amazonas, quineira"), is native to Central and South America.
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