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Illicium verum

Chapter

Scientific Name

Illicium verumHook. f.

Synonyms

Illicium san-ki Perrottet.

Family

Schisandraceae, also placed in Illiciaceae.

Common/English Names

Badian Star Anise, Chinese Aniseed, Chinese Anise, Chinese Star Anise, Indian Anise, Star Anise, Star Aniseed, True Star Anise.

Vernacular Names

  • Brazil: Anis Da China, Anis Da Sibéria, Anis Estrellado, Anis Estrelado, Badiana, Funcho Da China (Portuguese);

  • Bulgarian: Anason Zvezdoviden;

  • Croatian: Zvjezdasti Anis;

  • Chinese: Ba Jiao, Ba Jiao Hui Xiang, Da Hui Xiang (Mandarin); Bat Gok, Bart Gok, Pa-Chiao, Pak Kok, (Cantonese), Peh Kah (Hokien);

  • Czech: Badyán, Badyáník, Badyáník Pravý;

  • Danish: Sterneanis, Stjerneanis;

  • Dutch: Steranijs;

  • Eastonian: Harilik Tähtaniisipuu;

  • Finnish: Taehtianis, Tähtianis;

  • French: Anis De Sibérie, Anis Étoilé, Anis De La Chine, Badiane, Badiane De Chine, Badianier, Fenouil De Chine;

  • German: Badian, Chinesischer Sternanis, Sternanis, Sternanisbaum; Anasphal;

  • Hungarian: Badián,Csillagánizs, Kínai Ánizs, Kínai...

Keywords

Betulinic Acid Shikimic Acid Pythium Aphanidermatum Dioic Acid Human Umbilical Venous Endothelial Cell 
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.CanberraAustralia

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