Leucaena


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Noun1.Leucaena - small genus of tropical evergreen trees or shrubs having pods like those of the acacia
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
Mimosoideae, subfamily Mimosoideae - alternative name used in some classification systems for the family Mimosaceae
lead tree, Leucaena glauca, Leucaena leucocephala, white popinac - low scrubby tree of tropical and subtropical North America having white flowers tinged with yellow resembling mimosa and long flattened pods
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Concentration of CT in different species of Leucaena, a widely used forage supplement for ruminant animals in the tropics and sub-tropics, was reported to range from very low to 0.
Litsea elongata (Nees) Bentham & Hooker, Phoebe lanceolata (Nees) (Laurales: Lauraceae), Shorea robusta Gaertner (Malvales: Dipterocarpaceae), Lithocarpus edulis (Makino) Nakai (Fagales: Fagaceae), and Leucaena glauca L.
Eniolorunda OO Evaluation of biscuit waste meal and Leucaena leucocephala leaf hay as sources of protein and energy for fattening "Yankasa" rams.
Additional images with agricultural value are those showing horses losing their hair after eating leucaena [Leucaena leucocephala (Lam.
Two significant Indonesian examples of farmers enhancing the protein nutrition of ruminants by feeding leaf of FTLs are the adoption of Sesbania grandiflora in NTB and of Leucaena leucocephala in NTT.
1996) developed a drying rate model for bundled Leucaena trees (Leucaena leucocephala (Lain.
Manjunath A, Habte M (1988) Development of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal infection and the uptake of immobile nutrients in Leucaena leucocephala.
Leucaena leu-cocephala serine proteinase inhibitor: primary structure and action on blood coagulation, kinin release and rat paw edema.
leucaena for cattle fodder, firewood, and nitrate-fixing in arable lands; and
44) See Peter Felker, "Commercializing Mesquite, Leucaena, and Cactus in Texas," in Progress in New Crops, ed.