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Out of these only one exists in Bahrain, the black or the grey Avicennia Marina.
Avicennia Capital, via special purpose vehicle Burau Ventures Sdn Bhd acquired a combined 90 per cent stake from Mehmet Ali Aydinlar and family and The Abrj Group.
This research aims to determine (1) the effect of lime soaking time on the reduction of Pb content in Avicennia marina flour and (2) the soaking duration in lime for optimal reduction of Sulphydril (-SH) contained in enzymes (e.
Dekomposisi Serasah Daun Avicennia marina oleh Bakteri dan Fungi pada Berbagai Tingkat Salinitas.
Many old Avicennia marina trees are located in Khor Kalba.
mangle, Avicennia and the brackish water palm, Nypa fructicans are the dominant flora species (Chapman, 1975).
Explaining the cause why mangroves were victim to massive de-forestation, TCCR Director Zubeda Birwani said in the past there were around eight species of mangroves along the Sindh coast and the majority were the Avicennia genus, which has small leaves, a thick trunk and a lot of wood, suitable for fuel, furniture, animal fodder and pulp industry.
There are three species of mangroves growing in Korangi Creek: Rhizophora, Avicennia and Ceriops.
Sundari plants ( Heritiera fomes ) that gives the delta its name, is getting replaced with Avicennia, a saltwater type.
Avicennia marina, is the only species that grows on tidal areas along the coastline, such as Saadiyat.
Mangrove sites were characterized by Avicennia marina, a species, which produces pneumatophores.
172 70 77 commutata 2003 Yellow Betula alleghaniensis 2006 159 119 61 BLACK-MANGROVE Avicennia germinans 2003 85 58 43 BLACKBEAD Catclaw Pithecellobium unguis-cati 173 78 93 2007 Ebony Pithecellobium flexicaule 171 50 64 1991 Guadeloupe Pithecellobium guadalupense 15 13 15 1995 BLACKHAW Viburnum prunifolium 64 25 32 [dagger] 1985 Viburnum prunifolium 62 26 35 [dagger] 2007 Rusty Viburnum rufidulum 1999 50 32 28 BLUEWOOD Condalia hookeri 1989 85 29 28 BOXELDER Acer negundo 2003 230 120 84 BUCIDA Bucida buceras 1997 152 69 73 BUCKEYE Bottlebrush Aesculus parviflora 1993 41 14 25 California Aesculus californica 2001 176 46 60 Ohio Aesculus glabra var.
The high availability of water contributes to the formation of extended wetlands around the entire area, with a variety of ecologically significant habitats such as Rhizophora racemosa and Avicennia spp
Most WNV seropositive equines were located in evergreen forests characterized by a low altitude ([less than or equal to] 100 m) and intensive farming of sugar cane in the vicinity of mangroves (Rhizophora mangle, Avicennia germinans, Laguncularia racemosa, Conocarpus erectus), back mangroves (marshy forests with Pterocarpus spp.