Andira


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Noun1.Andira - small genus of evergreen trees of tropical America and western AfricaAndira - small genus of evergreen trees of tropical America and western Africa
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
Papilionoideae, subfamily Papilionoideae - alternative name used in some classification systems for the family Papilionaceae
andelmin, angelim - any of several tropical American trees of the genus Andira
Andira inermis, cabbage bark, cabbage-bark tree, cabbage tree - tree with shaggy unpleasant-smelling toxic bark and yielding strong durable wood; bark and seeds used as a purgative and vermifuge and narcotic
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NMR spectral assignments of a new [C-O-C] isoflavone dimer from Andira surinamensis.
Dietary item Common name Taxonomic classification Leaves Hibiscus Hibiscus rosa-sinensis Guacamayo Andira inermis Fruits Mango Mangifera indica Sea grape Coccoloba uvifera Guacamayo Andira inermis Palm Thrinax Beach almond Terminalia catappa Flowers Hibiscus Hibiscus rosa-sinensis invertebrates Cricket Gryliidae Ant Formicidae Wood roach Polyphagidae Land crab Ocypodidae Vertebrates Black-chested Ctenosaura melanosterna spiny-tailed iguana Green iguana Iguana iguana Allison's anole Anolis allisoni Yucatan vireo Vireo magister Fork-tailed emerald (a) Chlorostilbon canivetti (a) Observed attempted predation.
African false currant, African Allophyllus 2309690 Andira inermis Kunth ex DC Angelin, Dog almond, Bastard mahogany 6138 Apodostigma pallens Planch.
2004) for the extracts of Andira humulis and by Borella and Pastorini (2009) for aqueous extracts of Phytolacca dioica over Lycopersicum esculentum (tomato) and Bidens pilosa (picao-preto) seeds.
Two Costa Rican bat-generated seed shadows of Andira inermis (Leguminosae).
Feb 2000 Pantanal 125 Clusiaceae (Guttiferales) Rheedia brasilensis Planchon Feb 2000 Pantanal 125 & Triana Fabaceae (Fabales) Andira cuyabensis Bentham Dec 1999 Sierra 192 Mimosaceae (Fabales) Inga laurina (Swartz) Mar 1999 Sierra 196 Willdenow Melastomataceae (Myrtales) Mouriri elliptica Martius Dec 1998 Cerrado 220 Jan 1999 Myrtaceae Psidium guajava L.
In situ variation in leaf anatomy and morphology of Andira legalis (Leguminosae) in two neighboring but contrasting light environments in a Brazilian sandy coastal plain.