Dalbergia


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Related to Dalbergia: Dalbergia latifolia, Dalbergia sissoo
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Noun1.Dalbergia - large genus of tropical trees having pinnate leaves and paniculate flowers and cultivated commercially for their dramatically grained and colored timbers
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
Papilionoideae, subfamily Papilionoideae - alternative name used in some classification systems for the family Papilionaceae
Dalbergia latifolia, East India rosewood, East Indian rosewood, Indian blackwood, Indian rosewood - East Indian tree having a useful dark purple wood
Dalbergia sissoo, sisham, sissoo, sissu - East Indian tree whose leaves are used for fodder; yields a compact dark brown durable timber used in shipbuilding and making railroad ties
Dalbergia cearensis, kingwood tree, kingwood - Brazilian tree yielding a handsome cabinet wood
Brazilian rosewood, caviuna wood, Dalbergia nigra, jacaranda - an important Brazilian timber tree yielding a heavy hard dark-colored wood streaked with black
cocobolo, Dalbergia retusa - a valuable timber tree of tropical South America
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The i3s Edition RoadStyle features Fluid Black exterior paint with E-Copper accents around the kidney grille, front bumper air deflectors and side skirts, 20-inch double-spoke wheels finished in matching Jet Black, while the cabin pairs Dalbergia Brown leather with Dark Oak matte trim.
He laments that diseases have heavily damaged sheesham (Dalbergia sisso) trees in Punjab and more recently eaten away keekar (acacia) trees.
He is a master craftsman in wood carving who uses walnut wood, cedar, sissu and dalbergia for creating exquisite furniture and decorative items.
In this group, there is a predominance of species without environmental preferences or that tolerate more the edaphic variations, there are the species that are never in the edges of the CCA diagram, always tending towards its center: Ateleia glazioveana, Alsophila setosa, Allophylus guaraniticus, Annona rugulosa, Campomanesia xanthocarpa, Myrsine umbellata, Luehea divaricata, Allophylus edulis, Araucaria angustifolia, Nectandra lanceolata, Caseariadecandra, Coussarea contracta, Dalbergia frutescens, Matayba elaeagnoides and Styrax leprosus.
The birds' breeding sites are also threatened by the loss of Dalbergia Sissoo trees, often home to vulture nests.
En el presente estudio se analizan los requerimientos nutricionales de las especies cocobolo (Dalbergia retusa, subfamilia Faboideae, fijadora de N y crecimiento lento), guanacaste (Enterolobium cyclocarpum, subfamilia Mimosoideae, fijadora de N y crecimiento rapido), guapinol (Hymenaea courbaril, subfamilia Caesalpiniodeae, no fijadora y de crecimiento lento) y gallinazo (Schizolobium parahyba, subfamilia Caesalpiniodeae, no fijadora y de crecimiento rapido).
This phenomenon could also be observed in seeds of other species such as Dalbergia cearensis (Nogueira et al., 2014), Inga laurina (Barrozo et al., 2014) and Senegalia tenuifolia (Araujo et al., 2016).
Irwin & Barneby), Dalbergia nigra (Vell.) Allemao ex Benth., and pink trumpet tree (Tabebuia heptaphylla (Vell.) Toledo) seeds, with averages of 0.2, 1.8, and 2.4%, respectively, when submitted to chemical treatment.