gliricidia


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any of several small deciduous trees valued for their dark wood and dense racemes of nectar-rich pink flowers grown in great profusion on arching branches

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The exudate is predominantly lipid in Parkia pendula, Inga congesta, Swartzia dipetala, Taralea oppositifolia and Gliricidia sepium', protein in Crotalaria lanceolata', lipoprotein in Bauhinia curvula, Hymenaea courbaril, Indigofera lespedezioides and Desmodium incanum', and composed of lipids and polysaccharides in Tipuana tipu and Platycyamus regnelli (Table 2).
Regardless of the presence or absence of gliricidia and manicoba trees, a low number of viable spores was detected in general, compared with the number of non-viable spores.
glabrata Kunth 1 Fraxinus chinensis 1 Roxburgh Gliricidia sepium (Jacq.
Most such commercially-traded woodfuels originate from intensively and extensively managed agricultural lands and consist mainly of fast-growing multipurpose tree species like Gliricidia and Leucaena.
Phylogeny of Robinioid legumes (Fabaceae) revisited: Coursetia and Gliricidia recircumscribed, and a biogeographical appraisal of the Caribbean endemics.
Sierra J, Dulormne M, Destbntaines L (2002) Soil nitrogen as affected by Gliricidia sepium in a silvopastoral system in Guadeloupe, French Antilles.
Effects of cutting frequency and cutting height on reserve carbohydrates in Gliricidia sepium (Jacq.
Jerusalem thorn (Fabaceae), in Trinidad, Mucuna (Fabaceae) leaves in Panama and from Gliricidia sepium (Jacq.
Gliricidia sepium is a fast growing, perennial leguminous tree that supplies year round fodder for animals.
4, 3 years poultry India OC 6-9 g/kg manure, FYM, sesbania and gliricidia residues, control Wu et al.
The partially cleared areas still contained remnant patches of tropical dry forest dominated by Gliricidia sepium and Ervthrina fusca trees, the lower-statured Curatella americana, and palms belonging to the genera Roystonea and Acrocomia (Acosta 1996).
Leguminous and non-leguminous forage species used for the experiment Family Common name Botanical name Rhizophoraceae Dawata Carallia integerrima Euphorbiaceae Kebella Aporosa lindeliyana Boraginaceae Imbul Ceiba perntandra Moraceae Jak fruit Artocarpus heterophyllus Leguminoseae Ipil ipil Leucaena leucocephala Leguminoseae Glirizidia Gliricidia sepium Table 2.