Sophora secundiflora


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Synonyms for Sophora secundiflora

shrub or small tree having pinnate leaves poisonous to livestock and dense racemes of intensely fragrant blue flowers and red beans

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Sophora secundiflora grows 5 to 8 m tall with a maximum canopy diameter of about 3 m.
fusiformis, Live oak) followed by Diospyros texana (Texas persimmon) and Sophora secundiflora. Associated with these woodlands are relatively small grasslands and sparsely vegetated intercanopy patches or gaps (openings between canopy patches) (Van Auken 2000).
Measurements.-Gas exchange rates as a function of light level or photosynthetic flux density (PFD) were measured and plotted for sun and shade leaves of Sophora secundiflora plants (Hamerlynck & Knapp 1994).
As hypothesized, sun leaves of Sophora secundiflora, which is commonly found growing in high light environments in Central Texas (Van Auken et al.
Evidencia temprana del uso de sustancias psicoactivas involucran semillas de peyote y de Sophora secundiflora halladas con restos botanicos del vegetal alucinogeno Ugnadia speciosa, en varios sitios arqueologicos de Texas y el norte de Mexico, con fechas estimadas entre 6440 y 5000 A.P.
Sophora secundiflora (Ort.) DC., Texas mountain laurel (HS).
Camellia, goldenchain tree (Laburnum wateren), Texas mountain laurel (Sophora secundiflora), and vine maple (Acer circinatum) are good in part shade.
Juniperus ashei tree litter was demonstrated to have negative effects on seedling recruitment and germination of some herbaceous species including grasses, but negative effects were reduced or absent on a woody plant seedling (Sophora secundiflora) by Yager & Smeins (1999).
Comunidad de Eupatorium espinosarum-Juniperus erythrocarpa: Microbosque dominado por el tascate de Coahuila (Juniperus erythrocarpa) al que acompanan micro y nano-fanerofitos entremezclados en el estrato dominante o dispuestos en el sotobosque, entre los que destacan Berberis trifoliolata, Chaptalia seemannii, Eupatorium espinosarum, Quercus eduardi, Rhus pachyrrhachis y Sophora secundiflora. Frecuentemente esta comunidad forma manchas discontinuas dejando espacios abiertos que son ocupados por zacates como Bouteloua curtipendula, B.
Taxon Cedar Glades Woodlands Opuntia phaeacantha 100% 57% Juniperus ashei 86% 100% Diospryros texana 71% 100% Acacia roemeriana 57% 100% Rhus virens 57% 71% Echinocerous caespitosus 43% - Quercus fusiformis 43% 100% Sophora secundiflora 43% 100% Yucca ripicola 43% 43% Dasylirion texanum 29% 14% Eysenhardtia texana 29% 14% Mammillaria vivipara 14% - Berberis trifoliolata - 100% Bumelia lanuginosa - 57% Foresteria reticulata - 29% Celtis laevigata - 29% Quercus stellata - 29% Ulmus crassifolia - 14% Cercis canadensis - 14% Ungnadia speciosa - 14% Table 2.
lindheimeriana (Scheele) Irwin & Barneby SWD (leg; OA) Sesbania drummondii (Rydb.) Cory CES (leg; WA) Sophora secundiflora (Ort.) DC.