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    Ginkgo biloba L.
    Ginkgo, also spelled gingko and known as the Maidenhair Tree, is a unique species of tree with no close living relatives. The tree is widely cultivated and introduced, since an early period in human history, and has various uses as a food and traditional medicine.
    Trees to 40 m tall; trunk to 4 m d.b.h.; bark light gray or grayish brown, longitudinally fissured especially on old trees; crown conical initially, finally broadly ovoid; long branchlets pale brownish yellow initially, finally gray, internodes (1-) 1.5-4 cm; short branchlets blackish gray, with dense, irregularly elliptic leaf scars; winter buds yellowish brown, ovate.
    Ginkgo branches grow in length by growth of shoots with regularly spaced leaves, as seen on most trees. From the axils of these leaves, "spur shoots" (also known as short shoots) develop on second-year growth. Short shoots have very short internodes (so they may grow only one or two centimeters in several years) and their leaves are usually unlobed.
    Ginkgo biloba L.
    Research products of Ginkgo biloba L.
    Catalog Product Name CAS Number Manual
    CFN99149Ginkgolide J107438-79-9  PDF
    CFN99638Ginkgolide A15291-75-5  PDF
    CFN99640Ginkgolide B15291-77-7  PDF
    CFN99639Ginkgolide C15291-76-6  PDF
    CFN99789(-)-Bilobalide33570-04-6  PDF
    CFN98507Ginkgolic acid C13:020261-38-5  PDF
    CFN90161Ginkgolic acid C15:122910-60-7  PDF
    CFN98508Ginkgolic acid C17:1111047-30-4  PDF
    CFN90173Ginkgetin481-46-9  PDF
    CFN90174Isoginkgetin548-19-6  PDF
    CFN99930D-(-)-Quinic acid77-95-2  PDF
    CFN991211-Caffeoylquinic acid1241-87-8  PDF
    CFN99436Shikimic acid138-59-0  PDF
    CFN90048Ascorbic acid50-81-7  PDF
    CFN98846Bilobetin521-32-4  PDF
    CFN99543Narirutin14259-46-2  PDF
    CFN98782Kaempferide491-54-3  PDF
    CFN99272Quercetin117-39-5  PDF
    CFN98850Quercitrin522-12-3  PDF
    CFN98735Isorhamnetin480-19-3  PDF
    CFN998523,4-O-Isopropylidene shikimic acid183075-03-8  PDF
    CFN99916Beta-Sitosterol83-46-5  PDF
    CFN97326Stigmasterol83-48-7  PDF
    CFN98784Luteolin491-70-3  PDF
    CFN98565Luteolin-7-O-glucoside5373-11-5  PDF
    CFN98877Myricetin529-44-2  PDF
    CFN98757Afzelin482-39-3  PDF
    CFN98861Quercetin 3-O-robinobioside52525-35-6  PDF
    CFN99771Quercetin-7-O-beta-D-glucopyranoside491-50-9  PDF
    CFN99526Amentoflavone1617-53-4  PDF
    CFN98847Sciadopitysin521-34-6  n/a
    CFN92848Cardanol (C15:1)501-26-8  n/a
    CFN99769D-(+)-Glucose50-99-7  PDF
    CFN99911D-(+)-Xylose58-86-6  PDF
    CFN90569Tranexamic acid1197-18-8  PDF
    CFN92386Kaempferol-3-O-(2',6'-di-O-trans-p-coumaroyl)-beta-D-glucopyranoside121651-61-4  n/a
    CFN99526Amentoflavone1617-53-4  PDF
    CFN90339Ginkgolic acid C15:016611-84-0  n/a
    CFN98246Putraflavone23624-21-7  PDF
    n/an/a7660-25-5  n/a
    CFN961352,3-Dihydroisoginkgetin828923-27-9  n/a
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