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Dr. Duke's Phytochemical and Ethnobotanical databases facilitate in-depth plant, chemical, bioactivity, and ethnobotany searches using scientific or common names. Search results can be downloaded in PDF or spreadsheet form. Of interest to pharmaceutical, nutritional, and biomedical research, as well alternative therapies and herbal products.

Key: A= Biological Activity C= Chemical E= Ethnobotany Plant P= Plant S= Syndrome U= Ethnobotany Use
E Quercus cerris (Oak)
P Quercus alba (White Oak)
P Quercus infectoria (Aleppo Oak; Dyer's Oak; Gall Oak)
P Quercus phellos (Willow Oak)
P Quercus robur (English Oak)
P Quercus rubra (Northern Red Oak)
P Quercus stellata (Post Oak)
P Quercus suber (Cork Oak)
P Quercus velutina (Black Oak)
E Quercus lyrata (Overcup Oak; Whiteoak; Water)
E Quercus persica (Ballut; Barro; Mishe Aghaji)
E Quercus sp (Akame-Gasiwa; Ch'Iu; Chou; Chu; Fou; Hsiang; Hsu; Hu; Hu Jo; Ko; Li; Oak; P'O; Roble; Tchinne; Tso; Yu)
E Quercus infectoria (A'Fus; Mazi; Mazu; Mishe Aghaji)
E Quercus sp. (Maja kani; Manja kani; Oak gall)
E Quercus alba (Chene Blanc; Oak; White; Roble; Weisse Eiche; White Oak; Witte Eik)
E Quercus cuspidata (Ko Shu)
E Quercus acutissima (Kunugi)