Piptadenia


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Related to Piptadenia: Piptadenia macrocarpa
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Synonyms for Piptadenia

tropical American trees and shrubs

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Palmistichus elaeisis (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae) parasitizing pupae of Citioica anthonilis (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae) collected on Piptadenia gonoacantha (Fabaceae).
El genero Anadenanthera, hasta hace poco reconocido como parte del genero Piptadenia, es endemico del Nuevo Mundo y se distribuye naturalmente en diferentes regiones tropicales y subtropicales de Sudamerica y el Caribe (von Reis Altschul 1972).
Se destaca, que este bosque, es enriquecido en el norte por elementos floristicos de la selva Tucumano-Oranense (Zerda & Moreira, 2006; SAyDS, 2007) como Piptadenia macrocarpa y P.
Acerca de una toxicomania indigena: El uso de la Piptadenia peregrina (fiopo y yopo).
A standardized extract of piptadenia colubrine, it increase fibronectins, aquaporins and envelope proteins, increasing moisturization from inside out, according to the company, which operates from Sao Paulo.
La Primavera" Phaseolus vulgaris 19 BC1 Sector Los Barros Piptadenia sp.
Hymenoptera; Braconidae) e Lepidoptera (Pyralidae) em sementes de angico vermelho Piptadenia peregrina (Leguminosae).
1990) avaliando o efeito de diferentes tamanhos de recipiente na producao de mudas, tanto de especies com crescimento rapido quanto lento, verificaram que em especies caracterizadas por rapido crescimento (Handroanthus serratifolius e Piptadenia peregrina) ocorreu maior influencia do tamanho do recipiente, na producao de materia seca, em comparacao com a especie de crescimento lento (Copaifera langsdorffii).
Otherwise, the cluster based on the number of individuals results in a group with similarity > 50%, consisting of areas 1,2, 3, 4, 7, 8 and A (far from the reservoir) (see Figure 1b), mainly due to the high number of individuals of the trees species Anadenanthera colubrina, Myracrodruon urundeuva, Guazulma ulmifolia, and Piptadenia gonoacantha--all of them frequently observed in dry forests.
oblongum, Piptadenia flava, Pseudopiptadenia inaequalis, Samanea saman, Sesbania sp.