Cercidium floridum

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Noun1.Cercidium floridum - densely branched spiny tree of southwestern United States having showy yellow flowers and blue-green barkCercidium floridum - densely branched spiny tree of southwestern United States having showy yellow flowers and blue-green bark; sometimes placed in genus Cercidium
genus Parkinsonia, Parkinsonia - small genus of spiny shrubs or small trees
tree - a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms
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Se muestrearon un total de 17 especies dentro de las cuales se consideraron arboles leguminosos como Prosopis spp., Cercidium floridum y C.
Vaina 18,0 abcd Alfalfa/grama Medicago sativa/ Hoja/tallo 20,1 abcd Cynodon dactylon Palo verde Cercidium floridum Hoja 20,5 abc Mezquite Prosopis spp.
La depredacion de semillas por bruquidos puede ocurrir en la fase predispersiva, por ejemplo en Cercidium floridum y varias especies del genero Acacia (Mitchell 1977), o en ambas (pre y postdispersiva), como ocurre en Prosopis ferox (Ortega Baes et al.
T glandulosa Screwbean Prosopis pubescens T Mulberry, White Morus alba T Olive, European Olea europaea T Pagoda tree, Japanese Sophora japonica T Paloverde Blue Cercidium floridum T Little leaf Cercidium microphyllum T Mexican Parkinsonia aculeata T Pine Aleppo Pinus halepensis T Digger Pinus sabiniana T Italian stone Pinus pinea T Japanese black Pinus thunbergii T Pinyon Pinus cembroides T Pistache, Chinese Pistacia chinensis T Poplar Balm-of-Gilead Populus balsamifera T Bolleana Populus alba var.
greggii and Cercidium floridum host trees (Kuijt 1969; Ehleringer and Schulze 1985; Lei 2000a).
limbatus exhibit egg-size plasticity in response to native host plants; they lay small eggs if they encounter seeds of catclaw acacia (Acacia greggii) and lay large eggs if they encounter seeds of the blue paloverde (Cercidium floridum).
On July 15, 1995, beetles were collected from seeds of Cercidium floridum and C.
Most pods (70%) of Cercidium floridum (Leguminosae) contain only one seed even though ovaries contain 8.2 [+ or -] 0.18 (mean [+ or -] SE) ovules.
The search is underway for a contender that can achieve champion status for the state tree, the blue paloverde (Cercidium floridum).
limbatus collected from Cercidium floridum performed substantially better on this host than populations collected from Acacia greggii (measured as survival and development time), and that offspring of females reared from C.