Dalbergia sissoo

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Synonyms for Dalbergia sissoo

East Indian tree whose leaves are used for fodder

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2 Air pollution impact on morphology and physiology of plants (photosynthetic components, height, leaf, biochemical parameters) of Dalbergia sissoo Roxb, in Udaipur, India.
Akhtar et al., "Above ground biomass estimation of Dalbergia sissoo forest plantation from dual-polarized ALOS-2 PALSAR data," Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, vol.
Synergistic interaction between Fusarium solani and Ganoderma lucidum, two root pathogens of Dalbergia sissoo. Current Research in Environmental & Applied Mycology, 5 (1): 8-15.
Dalbergia sissoo (Roxb.) is an exceptionally significant tree of tropical Indian Himaliyas and is extensively eminent for its multiple uses from medicinal to timber.
Growth of Dalbergia sissoo in desert regions of western India using municipal effluent and the subsequent changes in soil and plant chemistry.
50g dry powder each of fruits of Phyllanthus emblica, fruits of Terminalia bellirica, and bark of Dalbergia sissoo is boiled in leaf juice of Aloe vera and 50 ml water for 30 minutes.
Sharma, "Air pollution induced deranged physiology in plant-1 changes pertaining to chlorophyll, carotene and Dalbergia sissoo Roxb," Acta Ecologia, vol.
Batish, "Impact of Populus deltoides and Dalbergia sissoo shelterbelts on wheat--a comparative study," International Tree Crops Journal, vol.
Examples are Trichoderma viride [4], waste tea [16], protonated rice bran 17], chemically modified saw dust (Dalbergia sissoo) [18], marine algal biomass [19], corncob [20], and so forth.
Accordingly, Morus alba and Dalbergia sissoo ranked first (the most threatened); Zizyphus jujuba ranked second; Tamarix aphylla ranked third; Withania coagulans ranked fourth (Table 4).
A Comparative Analysis of ISSR and RAPD Markers for Study of Genetic Diversity in Shisham (Dalbergia sissoo).