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Synonyms for Bumelia

deciduous or evergreen American shrubs small trees having very hard wood and milky latex

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Watson (683) Sapotaceae Bumelia altamiranoi Rose et Standl.
Naik SR, Filho JMB, Dhuley JN, Deshmukh R (1991) Probable mechanism of hypoglycemic activity of basic acid, a natural product isolated from Bumelia sartorum.
LANDSCAPE NOTES: Buckthorn Bumelia is a native tree that has possibilities as a lawn or shade tree.
Woody taxon Site 1 Site 2 Site 3 Acer saccharum (1) X Amelanchier arborea X Bumelia lycioides X X Carya ovata (1) X X X Carya ovalis (1) X X Carya cordiformis (1) X Celtis laevigata (1) X X Cercis canadensis X X X Cornusn florida X Forestiera ligustrina X Fraxinus pennsylvanica (1) X Gleditsia tricanthos (1) X X Hypericum densiflorum X Lonicera spp.
Bumelia lanuginosa--Chittamwood, Gum Bumelia, Gum Elastic Buckthorn
In one species, Bumelia lanuginosa, nomenclature has been changed to Sideroxylon lanuginosum ssp.
Incense-cedar could move from Libocedrus to Calocedrus; giant chinkapin from Castanopsis to Chrysolepis; saguaro from Cereum to Carnegiea; Key tree-cactus from Cereus to Pilosocereus; smokethorn from Dalea to Psorothamnus; and you could just see the bumelias (Bumelia), willow bustic (Dipholis), and false-mastic (Mastichodendron) join each other in Sideroxylon.
TABLE I PHYSICAL STRUCTURE OF SOME TREE SPECIES IN THE HIGH STRATUM OF MATORRAL IN NORTH-EASTERN MEXICO Species Relative Relative frequency % abundance % Bumelia celastrina (Michx.) Pers.
Texas persimmon (Diospyros texana), hackberry (Celtis laevigata), agarita (Berberis trifoliolata), and bumelia (Bumelia lanuginosa) grew along a creek drainage crossing the property.
alatamaha (extirpated), Gordonia lasianthus, Lyonia ferruginea, Bumelia tenax, Halesia diptera, Prunus caroliniana, Gleditsia aquatica, Ilex
Except for the saffron-plum bumelia, which is also found in Florida, all these trees are, within the U.S., exclusive to southern Texas.