Parkinsonia aculeata


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Synonyms for Parkinsonia aculeata

large shrub or shrubby tree having sharp spines and pinnate leaves with small deciduous leaflets and sweet-scented racemose yellow-orange flowers

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A) Cordia boissieri, (B) Ehretia anacua, (C) Celtis laevigata, (D) Celtis pallida, (E) Wimmeria concolor, (F) Acacia berlandieri, (G) Bauhinia divaricata, (H) Caesalpinia mexicana, (I) Ebenopsis ebano, (J) Harpalyce arborescens, (K) Parkinsonia aculeata, (L) Prosopis juliflora, (M) Vachellia farnesiana, (N) Ocotea tampicensis, (O) Robinsonella discolor, (P) Myrcianthes fragrans, (Q) Drypetes lateriflora, (R) Randia sp.
Integrated management of Parkinsonia aculeata on the Roper River, Northern Territory, Australia.
Simple and rapid method for purification and characterization of active coagulants from the seeds of Vigna unguiculata and Parkinsonia aculeata.
Parkinsonia aculeata (Fabaceae: Caesalpinioideae), which has recently been introduced as an ornamental in Arizona and is readily used by S.
tortuosa, Mimosa arenosa, Parkinsonia aculeata, Samanea saman.
Lamiaceae) y Nicotiana paniculata (Solanaceae), ademas se registraron algunos individuos arboreos de la familia Fabaceae, como Caesalpinia spinosa (Tara) y Parkinsonia aculeata (Azote de Cristo).
Five tree species dominate this formation: Acacia caven (Molina), the espinilho, Prosopis nigra Griseb and Prosopis affinis Sprengel, all three Mimosaceae, Parkinsonia aculeata L.
Parkinsonia aculeata is useful for ornamentation, shade, supply of wood, evergreen hedge, soil fixation, regeneration of degraded areas, medicine, and food.
En America occidental calida se encuentra Parkinsonia aculeata L.
Investigation and Documentation of Hybridization Between Parkinsonia aculeata and Cercidium praecox (Leguminosae: Caesalpinoideae).
Tree seedlings and scattered shrubs including Acacia farnesiana (huisache), Celtis laevigata (sugar hackberry), Ipomoea carnea (shrubby morningglory), Mimosa asperata (black mimosa), Parkinsonia aculeata (retama), Salix exigua (sandbar willow) and S.