Paliurus spina-christi

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Synonyms for Paliurus spina-christi

thorny Eurasian shrub with dry woody winged fruit

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The Garden features trees including Vachellia oerfota, banana, eucalyptus, Christ's thorn, Citrus medica, agarwood, figs, Lawsonia inermis, costus, Nitraria (Gharqad), olives, palms, tamarisk and Acacia tortilis.
Contents of DM, ash and Ca in the Christ's thorn showed a decrease in April-May and those of CP, DMD, and ME increased in May.
Key Words: forage quality, Mediterranean basin, Shrublands, gall oak, Christ's thorn.
Two deciduous species, Christ's thorn, and gall oak, are commonly found throughout the Mediterranean native shrub lands.
The shrubland is covered mostly with gall oak (Quercus infectoria Oliv.) and Christ's thorn (Paliurus spina-cristi Mill.).
Changes in the nutritional composition (DM, Ash, CP, DMD, ME, Ca, and P) of gall oak and Christ's thorn were found significant while NDF, ADF and ADL did not indicate any significance between the months (Table 2).
DM in the Christ's thorn was at the lowest level in April, May and June and at the highest level in August and September.
Dry matter contents of gall oak and Christ's thorn were lowest in April and May, tending to increase in the following months reaching to maximum in November and December during which the leaves turned yellow.
The garden comprises all the plant species mentioned in the Koran and those in the Hadith and the Sunnah; these plant species belong to three main ecological groups: desert plants, including bitter gourd, tamarisk, Christ's thorn, toothbrush tree, senna, henna and camel's hay; Mediterranean plants : olive, common grape vine, fig tree, wheat, barley, black cumin, mustard, saffron, safflower, onion, garlic, watermelon and pomegranate; and tropical plants : agallocum, wild ginger and camphor tree.
Hidden among three mountains -Hide Bin Radhi, Hide Mura'aeh and Hide Al-Burieh, the town is decorated with many trees of Nabk (Christ's thorn).
Many old Nabk trees (Christ's Thorn) make for a magnificent view.