Acacia farnesiana

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Synonyms for Acacia farnesiana

tropical American thorny shrub or small tree

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En el rango inferior del IVI se observan las especies Acacia farnesiana (0.98%) y Prosopis laevigata (1.56 %).
HOLOTYPE female, MEXICO, Tamaulipas, Ciudad Victoria, Rio San Marcos, ex Parasaissetia nigra (Nietner) on Phoradendron quadrangulare (Kunth) Griseb., associated with Acacia farnesiana (L.) Willd., 18.IV.2013 (col.
Feeding and survival of Oncideres pustulata (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) adults on Acacia farnesiana and Leucaena leucocephala (Fabaceae).
Acacia farnesiana (Vachellia farnesiana), a member of the Fabaceae family, is common throughout tropical and subtropical regions of Asia, Africa, Australia, and America with hot and humid climates, where it is planted as a shade and/or ornamental tree or for binding sand [1, 2].
Woody species with high abundance and cover in the study area were Acacia rigidula, Acacia farnesiana, Havardia pallens, Cordia boissieri, Karwinskia humboldtiana, and Prosopis glandulosa (Gonzalez et al., 1997; Espinoza and Navar, 2005; Alanis et al., 2008).
The goats have a very strong preference in the consumption of fruits of Cordia boissieri , Pithecellobium pallens, Acacia rigidula, Forestiera angustifolia, Acacia farnesiana and Celtis pallida.
Betulinic acid (for discussion of anti-malarial properties of betulinic acid, see below) has been isolated from the roots of Acacia farnesiana (L.) Willd.
One such example is Acacia farnesiana, which hails from tropical America and is typical of the genus in as much as it's a much-branched shrub with a spreading fashion.
Acacia farnesiana (huisache) is a small, spiny tree or shrub ranging from 2.0 to 4.0 m tall (Lonard et al.
Oenothera rosea methanol extract, Sphaeralcea angustifolia chloroform extract, Acacia farnesiana, Larrea tridentata and Rubus coriifolius methanol extracts as well as the aqueous extract of Chamaedora tepejilote were demonstrated to be particularly active against the induced hind-paw edema.