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Cocaine is a purified extract from the leaves of the Erythroxylum coca bush.
A study of the chemical composition of Erythroxylum coca var.
The two subspecies of Erythroxylum coca are almost indistinguishable phenotypically.
Thus coca (the plant from which cocaine is obtained) has the name Erythroxylum coca.
Hydroxytropacocaine is a tropane alkaloid found in Erythroxylum coca.
Erythroxylum coca is one of two species of cultivated coca.
The enzyme from the plant Erythroxylum coca participates in the biosynthesis of cocaine.
Wild populations of Erythroxylum coca var.
The second part of the name Erythroxylum coca is derived from the name of the plant in the Quechua language.
The first (put forth by Plowman and Bohm ) suggests that Erythroxylum coca var.
The catuabines are not known to have any physiological effects, this is in contrast to cocaine, which is an active constituent of another species, Erythroxylum coca.
Also known as supercoca or la millionaria, Boliviana Negra is a relatively new form of coca (Erythroxylum coca) that is resistant to the herbicide glyphosate.
Coca flour is made from whole ground dried coca leaves harvested from the coca plant, Erythroxylum coca or Erythroxylum novogranatense.
The larvae feed on Erythroxylum coca, Bridelia, Erythrina, Ficus congensis, Musa sapientum, Coffea and Solanum species.
The larvae feed on Erythroxylum coca, Chlorophoroa excelsa, Phytolacca dodecandra, Maeopsis eminii, Grewia mollis and Trema guineensis.
However, the reader is made aware of the truly addictive effects of the drug when rats, who have found the coca (Erythroxylum coca), become seriously addicted and scour the ship looking for it.
Many of the approximately 200 species contain the drug cocaine; Erythroxylum coca, a native of South America, is the main commercial source of cocaine and of the mild stimulant coca tea.
A species name must be expressed in the 26 letters of the Latin alphabet, but many species names come from other languages - such as Erythroxylum coca, which is derived from the South American Quechua language.