Dalbergia odorifera (jiangxiang huangtan en chinois) est une légumineuse (famille Fabaceae), du genre Dalbergia. Jusqu'en 1980, elle est connue sous le nom de Dalbergia hainanensis. Elle provient de la province chinoise de Guangdong et des terres du sud comme l'ile Hainan.Ce bois précieux est connu en chine sous l'appellation de Huali.

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  • Dalbergia odorifera (jiangxiang huangtan en chinois) est une légumineuse (famille Fabaceae), du genre Dalbergia. Jusqu'en 1980, elle est connue sous le nom de Dalbergia hainanensis. Elle provient de la province chinoise de Guangdong et des terres du sud comme l'ile Hainan.Ce bois précieux est connu en chine sous l'appellation de Huali. La plupart des mobilier de grande qualité des dynastie Ming et des premiers Qing étaient fait dans ce bois, appelé Huanghuali afin de le distinguer du bois moderne appelé xinhuali.
  • Dalbergia odorifera, or fragrant rosewood (Chinese: 降香黄檀; pinyin: jiàngxiāng huángtán; literally "drooping fragrant dalbergia"), is a species of legume in the Fabaceae family. It is a small or medium-sized tree, 10–15 metres (33–49 ft) tall. It is endemic to China and occurs in Fujian, Hainan, Zhejiang, and Guangdong.It is used as a wood product and in folk medicine. This valuable wood is known in China as huali. Most of the higher quality furnitures from the Ming and early Qing dynasties were made of huali, now known as huanghuali, to distinguish it from the modern popular wood called xinhuali.Four compounds isolated from the root of this plant have been shown in a laboratory to have antioxidant properties.It is threatened by overexploitation.
  • Dalbergia odorifera é uma espécie vegetal da família Fabaceae.Apenas pode ser encontrada no seguinte país: China.Está ameaçada por perda de habitat.== Referências ==(em inglês) World Conservation Monitoring Centre 1998. Dalbergia odorifera. 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Dados de 10 de Julho de 2007.
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  • Dalbergia odorifera (jiangxiang huangtan en chinois) est une légumineuse (famille Fabaceae), du genre Dalbergia. Jusqu'en 1980, elle est connue sous le nom de Dalbergia hainanensis. Elle provient de la province chinoise de Guangdong et des terres du sud comme l'ile Hainan.Ce bois précieux est connu en chine sous l'appellation de Huali.
  • Dalbergia odorifera é uma espécie vegetal da família Fabaceae.Apenas pode ser encontrada no seguinte país: China.Está ameaçada por perda de habitat.== Referências ==(em inglês) World Conservation Monitoring Centre 1998. Dalbergia odorifera. 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Dados de 10 de Julho de 2007.
  • Dalbergia odorifera, or fragrant rosewood (Chinese: 降香黄檀; pinyin: jiàngxiāng huángtán; literally "drooping fragrant dalbergia"), is a species of legume in the Fabaceae family. It is a small or medium-sized tree, 10–15 metres (33–49 ft) tall. It is endemic to China and occurs in Fujian, Hainan, Zhejiang, and Guangdong.It is used as a wood product and in folk medicine. This valuable wood is known in China as huali.
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