Definitions

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  • noun two species: golden chinkapins

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Examples

  • The lower elevations are covered with chaparral woodland with digger pine Pinus sabaniana and oak Quercus chrysolepis in the overstorey and extensive brush fields of Ceonothus spp.,

    Yosemite National Park, United States

  • Canyon live oak (Quercus chrysolepis) is more common at higher elevations.

    California coastal sage and chaparral

  • Live Oak = (_Quercus chrysolepis_) (Maul Oak, Valparaiso Oak).

    Seasoning of Wood

  • In the Siskiyou Mountains there is a live oak (Q. chrysolepis), wide-spreading and very picturesque in form, but not very common.

    Steep Trails

  • The other species is the mountain live-oak, or goldcup oak (Quercus chrysolepis), a sturdy mountaineer of a tree, growing mostly on the earthquake taluses and benches of the sunny north wall of the Valley.

    The Yosemite

  • Biotechnol Biochem 1996 Mar; 60 (3): 513-515 Effect of astilbin in tea processed from leaves of Engelhardtia chrysolepis on the serum and liver lipid concentrations and on the erythrocyte and liver antioxidative enzyme activities of rats.

    Wil's Ebay E-Store

  • Dihydroflavonol taxifolin and its glycoside, astilbin, from Engelhardtia chrysolepis inhibited rat lens and recombinant human aldose reductase.

    Wil's Ebay E-Store

  • Biosci Biotechnol Biochem 1996 Jun; 60 (6): 945-948 Protection against oxidative damage by dihydroflavonols in Engelhardtia chrysolepis.

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  • Sakai S, Masuda H, Tamura Y, Mizutani K, Tanaka O, Chou WH Dihydroflavonol taxifolin and its glycoside, astilbin, from Engelhardtia chrysolepis were evaluated as antioxidants and radical scavengers.

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  • Biosci Biotechnol Biochem 1997 Apr; 61 (4): 651-654 Inhibition of aldose reductase and sorbitol accumulation by astilbin and taxifolin dihydroflavonols in Engelhardtia chrysolepis.

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