Chilopsis


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Noun1.Chilopsis - one species: desert willow
asterid dicot genus - genus of more or less advanced dicotyledonous herbs and some trees and shrubs
Bignoniaceae, family Bignoniaceae - trees or shrubs or woody vines or herbs having fruit resembling gourds or capsules; sometimes placed in the order Scrophulariales
Chilopsis linearis, desert willow - evergreen shrubby tree resembling a willow of dry regions of southwestern North America having showy purplish flowers and long seed pods
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For example, desert willow (Chilopsis spp.) is not a true willow (Salix spp.)--the two trees are unrelated and possess different medicinal uses.
Under Chilopsis linearis trees, access road adjacent to Cottonwood Wash, 1.3 km NNE of Haughen-Lehmann Way Exit, I-10.
As this Chilopsis grew, for instance, she made it a nurse tree for fuzzy columnar Oreocereus pseudofossulatus, which thrives in dappled shade.
(Souza & Amaral Filho, 1999), el sauce del desierto Chilopsis linearis (Cav.) Sweet (Jones, 1993) y el arbol del sebo Triadica sebiferum (L.) (Euphorbiaceae) (Henne et al., 2003).
(2009) reported decrease in P concentration in roots of Chilopsis linearis seedlings grown with 50 and 100[micro]M Hg in hydroponics for 2 weeks.
M Eq, Pf Tcpr Bignoniaceae Chilopsis linearis (Cav.) M Rt Pcp Sweet Tecoma stans (L.) Juss.
1,500-2,000 m), upstream from the major river valleys, riparian woodlands are dominated by a mix of species including desert willow (Chilopsis linearis), Arizona walnut (Juglans major), velvet ash (Fraxinus velutina), Wright's sycamore (Platanus wrightii), Fremont cottonwood (Populus fremontii), and Goodding's willow (Salix gooddingii; Minckley and Brown, 1982; McLaughlin et al., 2001).
Use of ICP and XAS to determine the enhancement of gold phytoextraction by Chilopsis linearis using thiocyanate as a complexing agent.
(Souza & Amaral Filho 1999), Desert Willow, Chilopsis linearis (Cav.) Sweet (Jones 1993) both in Lamiales: Bignoniaceae, and the Chinese tallow tree, Triadica sebiferum (L.) (Euphorbiaceae) (Henne et al.
An inhabitant of arid land, the Chilopsis linearis dangles narrow leaves like a willow's, yet it bursts out in stubby trumpet blooms like its relative, the catalpa.
Basketmakers in the North American deserts obtained most of their materials from water holes or dry river beds where the water table was near the surface and where there were abundant trees producing suitable shoots (Salix, Chilopsis linearis), cattails (Typha), and several species of sedge and grass.
wislizenii) and desert willow (Chilopsis linearis) are present in the bottom of the canyon, which is bordered by rocky cliffs.