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bubinga

(ˈbuːbɪŋə)
n
1. the tree Guibourtia demeusui, native to tropical African regions
2. the timber of this tree, often used in furniture or musical instruments
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Effect of enthalpyentropy compensation during sorption of water vapour in tropical woods: The case of Bubinga (Guibourtia Tessmanii J.
The vegetation is classified as woodland savanna and is largely comprised of Baikiaea plurijuga, Guibourtia coleosperma, Pterocarpus angolensis, Burkea africana and Dialium englerianum [16, 17].
(2016) TABLE 2 Relative abundance and stocking densities for the top five most valuable hardwood species on demand from natural forests in Zambia Species Relative abundance (%) Stems per hectare Afzelia quanzensis Welw 3 0.182 Baikiaea plurijuga, Harms 12 0.651 Guibourtia coleosperma (Benth.) J.
Two exploitable woody species Guibourtia coleosperma and Pterocarpus angolensis showed few individuals in all fallows stages.
Species such as Lithraea molleoides (Medri et al., 2007) and Guibourtia hymenifolia (Santiago & Paoli, 2007) have also presented lower quantity of starch reserve in plants kept in flooded soil.
The present study was undertaken to evaluate the hypolipidemic and antioxidant activities of aqueous and hydroethanolic extracts of Guibourtia tessmannii stem bark (Caesalpinoidae) commonly used in traditional medicine of Central Africa for many purposes in Triton WR 1339 and high fat diet induced hyperlipidemic rat models.
En cuanto a la corola: apetalas (Ceratonia, Copaifera, Crudia, Guibourtia y Prioria); con variaciones de (0-)1-5 petalos (Dialium, 5 a veces vestigiales, casi nulos); 3 normales y 2 rudimentarios (Dicymbe y Heterostemon); con 1 solo petalo (Eperua y Macrolobium).
Effect of enthalpy-entropy compensation during sorption of water vapour in tropical woods: The case of Bubinga (Guibourtia tessmanii J.
The Kalahari sand zones are the most extensive and they support commercially valuable Baikiaea plurijuga woodlands associated with Pterocarpus angolensis, Recinodendron rautanenii, Burkea Africana, Brachystegia spiciformis, Julbernadia globiflora, Terminalia sereca, Guibourtia coleosperma, Combretum species and Diplorynchus condylocarpon.