The Genus Prosopis on the South Coast of Peru 47 3.1.2The Genus Prosopis The name Prosopis was assigned by Linnaeus in 1767 to the single species of which he was aware. This was P. spicigera , now synonymous with P. cineraria (Pasiecznik et al 2001), one of the three Old World species of the genus with a ...
... Camara, has been determined as the β,β-di methylacryloyl ester of lantaninilic acid . 9 The Chemical Constituents of Prosopis Chinensis In 1964 R.C. Sharma et al 10 reported the isolation of a flavoneglycoside patulitr(1) 3,5,6,3,4-pent amethoxy-7-hydroxy flavone from flowers of prosopis Spicigera.
Prosopis from the Near East, which he called P. spicigera in his Mantissa Plantarum, published in 1767. Ludwig Pfeiffer, in his important bibliographic work mentioned above, offers a number of references to the early use of the name since Linnaeus, which I shall not repeat here.
The ornamental plants used in the second experiment were Acacia acuminata, Parkinsonia aclueata, Prosopis spicigera, Nerium oleander and Vitex negundo .
The top of a dune should be planted with Calligonum polygonoides, H.salicornicum Salsola foetida, Dipterygium glaucum, Capparis aphylla, Kochia indica, Salvadora oleoides, Suaeda fruticosa, Acacia arabica, Prosopis spicigera and Azadirachta indica.
In 1954, after referring to the very dry habitat of the species in Gujarat [broken, stony, hummocky semi-desert country ... well covered with jungle of babul, kandi Prosopis spicigera and peeloo Salvadora persica and S. oleoides , and bushes of gurgur Balsamodendron mukul , gangi Grewia populifolia and ...
Specific Requirements Identity and Specifications Preferred Name: Mesquite wood extract CAS Number: 93 165-66-3 (for Prosopis spicigera extract) EINECS Number: 296-953-7 Botanical Name: Prosopis spp. Varieties in Family Fabacea: Prosopis julifera Prosopis glandulaosa (honey mesquite) Prosopis velutina (velvet ...
(1968) includes the area within physiognomic forms of discontinuous thorny thickets and scattered shrubs of Salvadora oleoides-Prosopis spicigera series.
Also, wherever possible these temples are erected under a specific local acacia tree— Prosopis spicigera. These trees are very useful to the locals.
2003; Chabahar, Tiss, on Prosopis spicigera , 22. V. 2003. Maconellicoccus hirsutus (Green) The pink hibiscus mealybug, M. hirsutus , is a serious pest of many plants in tropical and subtropical regions.
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