Bulnesia


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Bulnesia sarmientoi se utiliza por el veteado y la dureza de su madera, es recomendada para la elaboracion de artesanias en especial los objetos torneados, como imagenes religiosas, vajillas, ceniceros, piezas de ajedrez, carretas, masajeadores, copas, dijes, portalibros, azucareras, figuras zoomorficas y antropomorficas de las diferentes etnias aborigenes del Chaco (Arenas 1981, 1983; Mereles & Perez de Molas 2008).
Nombre cientifico Nombre Clasificacion Referencia comun Anacardium excelsum Caracoli LC/NT U.I.C.N Caesalpinia ebano Ebano EN Libro rojo de plantas superiores de Colombia Aspidosperma Carreto VU U.I.C.N polineurum Tabebuia ochraceae Puy VU U.I.C.N Bulnesia arboreae Guayacan VU U.I.C.N Ceiba pentandra Ceiba LR/LC U.I.C.N Bursera tomentosa Tatamaco LR/LC U.I.C.N Guarea guidonia Cedrillo LR/NT U.I.C.N Fuente UICN: Elaboracion propia.
In Zygophyllaceae, the flowers of Bulnesia and Porlieria are slightly monosymmetric (Sheahan, 2007).
Aphis craccivora is here mentioned for first time, according to Blackman & Eastop (2006), on species of Baccharis (Asteraceae), Bulnesia (Zygopbyllaceae), Condalia (Rhamnaceae), Gazania (Asteraceae), Hoffmanseggia (Fabaceae), Larrea (Zygophyllaceae), Prosopidastrum (Fabaceae), Proustia (Asteraceae) and Tricomaria (Malpighiaceae), and on species of another 21 genera of several plant families in Argentina (Table 1).
En todas las parcelas restauradas se observo que las dos especies sucesionales tempranas (Prosopis juliflora y Cercidium praecox) ocuparon los dos primeros lugares en importancia, resaltando el hecho que en la parcela que presento mayor desarrollo estructural de la vegetacion sembrada y que tenia incorporado el hidrogel (RH1), Bulnesia arborea, una especie sucesional tardia, tuvo tambien una buena representacion (Tabla I).
Following a recurrent Mido theme of classic styling, the collection has a 'post-retro' flavour combining aluminium, acetate and a variety of exotic woods: amourette, ebony, padouk and bulnesia. Designer, Jason Kirk said: "Around three years of research has gone very technical, and the design is sleek, and mature, inspired by Aston Martin cars and James Bond films."
La dieta basica que los animales pastorearon y/o ramonearon consistio principalmente de especies vegetales propias del semiarido en cuestion, como vainas de Cuji (Prosopis juliflora), brotes de Dividive (Caesalpinea coriaria), hojas de Uvedas (Acacia macracantha), semillas de Vera (Bulnesia arborea), Cardon (Cereus griseus), hojas caidas y flores de Curari (Tabebuia serratifolia) y hojas y brotes de Oregano (Lippia oreganoides), entre otros.
Inhibition of respiratory activities in some of these microbial species was produced by the extracts of Astronium balansae, Geoffroea decorticans, Peltophorum dubium, Geoffroea spinosa, Lantana balansae, Prosopis kuntzei, Prosopis ruscifolia and Bulnesia sarmientoi, with minimal inhibitory concentrations (MIC) ranging from 0.08 to 0.5 mg dry matter/ml.
Yet the flora and fauna of the monte is very uniform, and the basically flat or rolling landscape is little more than a monotonous succession of patches of creosote bushes, enlivened by sporadic retamo (Bulnesia retama, Zygophyllaceae), a leafless shrub with a treelike appearance and dark green stems (it is now rare because of its over-exploitation for wax), some algorrobo cuyano or algorrobo dulce (Prosopis flexuosa), and an occasional chainar such as Geoffroea decorticans.
We were passing occasional shrubs from one species of the creosote-bush family (Zygophyllaceae), called calato (Bulnesia retama) because it is leafless during many months a year.