Cordia alliodora


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Noun1.Cordia alliodora - large tropical American tree of the genus Cordia grown for its abundant creamy white flowers and valuable woodCordia alliodora - large tropical American tree of the genus Cordia grown for its abundant creamy white flowers and valuable wood
Cordia, genus Cordia - tropical deciduous or evergreen trees or shrubs of the family Boraginaceae
angiospermous tree, flowering tree - any tree having seeds and ovules contained in the ovary
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La especie mas abundante en cafetales de SA fue Caliandra pittieri con 52 individuos/ha, mientras que en cafetales de SM y SB la especie mas abundante fue Cordia alliodora con 26 individuos/ha y 10 individuos/ha, respectivamente.
Se evaluaron los sistemas de produccion de cafe mas dominantes: SAF asociado con nogal cafetero (Cordia alliodora), SAF asociado con platano (Musa AAB) de forma permanente y monocultivo.
They are cataloged in three groups; i) the species most used in reforestation programs: Gmelina arborea, Tectona grandis (teak) and Acacia mangium, usually employed in lightweight construction; ii) species used in furniture manufacturing: Cordia alliodora, Cedrela odorata and Enterolobium cyclocarpum; iii) species providing potential wood for furniture and construction and in high abundance in the secondary forest: Vochysia ferruginea, Ochroma pyramidale and Goethalsia meiantha.
Fast-growing native species (rotation periods of less than 20 y), such as Cordia alliodora, Terminalia amazonia, Terminalia oblonga, Vochysia guatemalensis, Bombacopsis quinata, Alnus acuminata, and Swietenia macrophylla, have also been used for timber production (Serrano and Moya 2011).
El estudio se realizo en la reserva La Esmeralda, una plantacion forestal de 50 ha sembrada con cuatro especies de arboles nativos Cupania americana: Sapindaceae; Cedrela odorata: Meliaceae; Aegiphila grandis: Lamiaceae; y Cordia alliodora: Boraginaceae; a principios de la decada de los 70, encontrandose desde entonces en estado sucesional.