tenax, among them, is a fruit-producing shrub found in Kenya.
Dominant shrubs included; Adhatoda zeylanica, Sageretia theezans, Maytenus royleana, Dodonea viscosa , Lantana camara and Grewia
relation to extant Grewia
, because the latter is tricolporate.
2013); we found several other species from other taxa such as Combretum Terminalia Acacia and Grewia
which concurs with the arguments brought forward by Banda et al.
asiatica, Luculia gratissima, Magnolia grandiflora (bara champa),
Plant species preferred in third categories in dry season were mixed grass species Senecia species and Veronia cinerances (5.66-7.55%) where as in the wet season Acacai brevispica and Grewia
In the study area key informants indicated that Acacia tortilis, Acacia mellifera, Ziziphus mucronata, Capparis fascicularis, Celtis africana, Grewia
bicolor, Olea europaea, Dichrostachys cinerea, Balanites aegyptica were most favored by goats.
The local grafted fruit plants including peach, apricot, plum, orange, mango, citrus, lemon, jamun, Japanese Persimmon, guava, phalsa (grewia
asiatica) etc, besides, different kinds of grapevines including Black Prince, Red Rubby, Kishmish, Gola, Chinese white and if provided with ideal environment and protection, the much sought after Sundar Khani can be successfully cultivated in partial shade.
The seeds of Grewia
used in this experiment were procured from Sudan National tree seed Centre.
Others are Grewia
pubescens (Afoforo); Heliotropium indicum (Ogberi-akuko); Ipomoea involucrate (Alukerese); Jatropha curcas (physic nut, Botuje or lapalapa); Jatropha gossypiifolia (wild cassava or Botuje pupa); Musanga cecreopioides (umbrella tree or Aga); Opuntia dillenii (prickly pear or Oro agogo); leaves of Portulaca oleraceae (Esinsan-Omode) and sugarcane.
asiatica) price was fixed at Rs200 to Rs206 but was available in open market at Rs250 per kg.
ex Krauss, Tithonia spp., Carissa edulis Vahl, Grewia
bicolor Juss., Harrisonia abyssinica Oliv., Aphania senegalensis (Juss.
 reported corn starch (St)-PVA biocomposites, in which lignin free Grewia
optiva fibers and grafted methyl methacrylate were incorporated for reinforcement purpose.
Its English name may be a mystery but the correct botanical name for falsa is Grewia