albizzia


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Related to albizzia: Albizia lebbeck, jacaranda
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The lands have been planted with albizzia falcataria.
La mas abundante fue Aphelandra pulcherrima con 54 individuos en la localidad uno, en el bosque de Spondias mombin y Albizzia niopioides; 24 en la localidad dos, bosque de Pradosia colombiana y Spondias mombin.
Iqbal, "Physiological and biochemical response of Albizzia lebbeck benth.
Rhythmic Potassium Flux in Albizzia - Effect of Aminophylline, Cations, and Inhibitors of Respiration and Protein-Synthesis.
Studies on the mechanism of action of Albizzia lebbeck, an Indian indigenous drug used in the treatment of atopic allergy.
Anxiolytic-like effects of extracts from Albizzia julibrissin bark in the elevated plus-maze in rats.
Anxiolytic like effects of extracts from Albizzia julibrissin bark in the elevated plusmaze in rats.
10], se debe en Papilionaceae a una reaccion fototrofica y gravitacional, relacionada con cambios de turgencia que permite que durante el dia los foliolos mantengan una posicion diferente a la de la noche, y a veces ligeramente rugosos en alguno de sus lados demostrando mayor capacidad giratoria en hojas jovenes y en direccion contraria al suelo; movimiento mas perceptible y rapido que se presenta en peciolos y peciolulos de otras Leguminosas como Mimosa y Albizzia (Cortes, [2]).
modesta, siris Albizzia lebbek, (Mimosaceae); mango Mangifera indica (Anacardiaceae); symbol Salmalia malabarica (Bombacaceae); shisham Dalbargia sisso (Fabaceae); date palm Phoenix dactylifera (Palmae) etc.
Therefore in every industrial area provision should be made for allocating space for developing green belt by selecting proper trees namely Albizzia lebbek, Azadirachta, azadirachta indica, tectona grandis, terminalia arjuna, cassia fistula, polylthia longfolia etc,.
Several low cost adsorbents such as xanthated saw dust, peanut skins, rice straw and hulls, peat, activated charcoal, rice husk, coconut husk and rice bran, silica, Albizzia lebbeck pods, lime, steel wool, lignin and Ablesmoschus esculentus etc.
The most common species are honeyeaters, which feed on the nectar from the albizzia trees, brush cuckoo, brown-breasted gerygone, black-headed whistler and the superb and raggiana bird of paradise, which is the national emblem of Papua New Guinea and is depicted on Sigri coffee sacks.
Sharma MP, Bhatia N, Adholeya A (2001) Mycorrhizal dependency and growth responses of Acacia nilotica and Albizzia lebbeck to inoculation by indigenous AM fungi as influenced by available soil P levels in a semi-arid Alfisol wasteland.
GAM assistant director Awatof Akour said that suitable kinds of trees to be planted on the sidewalks, including elms, linden trees, Robinia, crape myrtle, Melia, Grevillea and Albizzia, adding "no more olive trees, which have short trunks that block the walk ways, and are highly toxic making them unfit form human consumption.
The volatile constituents of the flowers of the 'silk tree', Albizzia julibrissin.