Maclura tinctoria is a large tree or shrub found across most of the Neotropics from Mexico to Argentina. It has a very widespread distribution, and is known to be. No one has contributed a brief summary to this page yet. Explore what EOL knows about Maclura tinctoria (L.) D. Don ex Steud.. Add a brief summary to this. Descriptions and articles about the Fustic Tree, scientifically known as Maclura tinctoria (L.) D. Don ex Steud. in the Encyclopedia of Life. Includes Physic.
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Whatever their reasons, the dyers snapped it up. The fruit is about 2cm in diameter[ ]. I reacted with geeky delight. The seeds were sown, the plants cultivated and the leaves harvested before it flowered. UV-VIS spectroscopic study of natural dyes with alum as a mordant.
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QR Codes are barcodes that can be read by mobile phone smartphone cameras. It produces a yellow dye called fustic primarily known for coloring khaki fabric for U.
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It cannot grow in the shade.
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With other dyes it gives various colours for cotton and silk materials, and also a permanent black[ ]. A treatment of different species with descriptions and details of uses. You can translate the content of this page by selecting a language in the select box.
Maclura tinctoriacommonly known madlura old fustic or dyer’s mulberry  is a medium to large tree of the Neotropicsfrom Mexico to Argentina.
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Revision of Chlorophora Moraceae maculra America. It prefers dry or moist soil. Tropical Plants Database, Ken Fern. The texture is usually fine; the grain variable, often interlocked; luster is high; odour and taste are lacking or not distinctive. Kunth Broussonetia zanthoxylon L.
The plant is grown from seed. Different sources I checked, none of them satisfyingly detailed, described it as endangered, exported in large quantities and raised sustainably. QR Tincyoria What’s this? Close-up of a female flower Photograph by: If you have any useful information about this plant, please leave a comment.
The entire flora 13 volumes can now be downloaded from http: Retrieved 20 February Those included dyers greenweed Genista tinctoriayoung fustic, dyer’s buckthorn Rhamnus saxatilisflax-leafed daphne Daphne gnidiumsawwort Serratula tinctoria and weld Reseda luteola. Smartphone users quickly have information on a plant directly for the pfaf.
The bark is astringent, tonic, and vermifuge. The yellow dye, known as fustic, is used for coloring khaki fabric for military apparels. Its wood make a stable yellow dye. This taxon has not yet been assessed.
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Retrieved 17 December Unlike most of the natural dyes, old fustic continues to be a commercial dye. Dye plants–yellows from many sources Kathy Keeler awanderingbotanist. The bark is astringent, tonic and vermifuge, in large doses it is purgative. All share the important dye morin 3,5,7,2′,4′,5,7-pentahydroxyflavone. The colouring principle, maclurin, gives a yellowish brown or khaki colour much used for military uniforms[ ]. The wood could be stacked in tinctroia hold and and forgotten until you reached Europe.
Maclura tinctoria is a deciduous Tree growing to 20 m 65ft by 15 m 49ft at a medium rate.