Cassia grandis

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Noun1.Cassia grandis - tropical American semi-evergreen tree having erect racemes of pink or rose-colored flowers; used as an ornamental
cassia - any of various trees or shrubs of the genus Cassia having pinnately compound leaves and usually yellow flowers followed by long seedpods
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Caption: FIGURE 2: Dickson's quality index for Cassia grandis seedlings in response to phosphate fertilization in different substratum base saturation.
[H.sub.2]O [cmol.sub.c] [dm.sup.-3] (%) sup.-1] 4,7 0,14 1,06 4,04 3,5 86,80 1,66 TABLE 2: Summary of the variance analysis of the morphologic characteristics and relations studied in the production of Cassia grandis seedlings in response to substratum's base saturation (V) and phosphate fertilization (P).
If); stigma with smaller diameter in Cassia grandis (Fig.
De acordo com MELO & RODOLFO JUNIOR (2006), as sementes de Cassia grandis L.f., expostas a temperatura de 80[degrees]C por um, tres e cinco minutos, nao germinaram, enquanto que as de Stylosanthes macrocephala e S.
That is where tropical ecologist Dan Janzen of the University of Pennsylvania noticed that the fruits of a mid-sized tree in the pea family called Cassia grandis were generally scorned by the native animals, but gobbled up by introduced horses and cattle.
To date, specific host trees are represented by Eucalyptus species, Moquilea tomentosa, Cassia grandis, Ficus microcapra, and Terminalia catappa (7-11).
Diante do exposto, o presente trabalho teve como objetivo avaliar substratos alternativos na emergencia e desenvolvimento inicial de plantula de Cassia grandis L.
Na condicao de emergentes, identificaram-se Hymenaea courbaril; Spondias mombin; Astronium fraxinifolium; Anadenanthera colubrina; Cassia grandis. Comparativamente, o dossel e subdossel apresentavam riqueza bem mais elevada, 21 e 18 especies respectivamente (Figura 3).