Sapindus saponaria


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Noun1.Sapindus saponaria - evergreen of tropical America having pulpy fruit containing saponin which was used as soap by Native AmericansSapindus saponaria - evergreen of tropical America having pulpy fruit containing saponin which was used as soap by Native Americans
soapberry, soapberry tree - a tree of the genus Sapindus whose fruit is rich in saponin
genus Sapindus, Sapindus - type genus of the Sapindaceae
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Rumen fermentation, methanogenesis and nitrogen utilization of sheep receiving tropical grass hay-concentrate diet offered with Sapindus saponaria fruits and Cratylia argentea foliage.
Alcanza en su estrato arboreo los 25 m de altura y tiene especies como Sapindus saponaria L.
2 6 Oplismenus burmannii 21 12 Duranta obtusifolia 22 Cupania americana 27 Casearia arborea 28 Sapindus saponaria 44 Mucuna pruriens 45 Hyptis mutabilis 47 Crotalaria nitens 49 Synedrella nodiflora 56 Ficus obtusifolia 82 Capsicum annuum 101 Polygala asperuloides 109 Erythroxylum haughtii 112 Anemia sp.
5 5 Garrapatilla Trichillia americana 10 6 Palo blanco Ipomoea arborecens 5 7 Camichin Ficus padifolia 4 8 Hiza Sapium lateriflorum 6 9 Papelillo Bursera instabilis 15 10 Boliche Sapindus saponaria 2 11 Cacalosuchil Plumeria rubra 1 12 Zapote Pouteria campechiana 2 13 Muelilla Croton draco 17 14 Anono Annona diversifolia 1 15 Aguacatillo Persea gratissima 2 16 Tezcalama Vitex mollis 2 TOTAL 119 Cuadro 4.
Larvicidal potential of Sapindus saponaria to control the cattle tick Boophilus microplus.
Ex Gray Anacardaceae Ricinus communis L Euphorbiaceae Roldana angulifolia Asteraceae Rondelettia capitellata Rubiaceae Salix babilonica Salicaceae Sambucus mexicana Presl Capraifoliaceae Sapindus saponaria L Sapindaceae Saurauia leucocarpa Schlechtendal Actinidaceae Saurauia pendunclata HOOK Actinidaceae Schistocarpha bicolor Compositae Senecio lanicaulis Greenm Asteraceae Solanum aphyodendron Solanaceae Styrax ramirezii Greenm Styracaceae Symplo cossp.
el efecto desfaunante ha sido atribuido a la presencia de: saponinas para Sapindus saponaria y Medicago sativa, taninos condensados para B.
Kunth ex Walpers, 1842), Sapindus saponaria (Linnaeus, 1753) y Annona muricata (Linnaeus, 1753) sobre larvas de tercer instar de Ae.
instabilis, Enterolobium cyclocarpum, Ficus, Hura polyandra, Inga eriocarpa, Jacquinia pungens, Licania arborea, Lysiloma microphyllum, Lonchocarpus, Pseudobombax ellipticum, Sapindus saponaria, Sideroxylon capiri, Spondias purpurea, Tabebuia, and Thouinidium decandrum (Pennington and Sarukhan, 2005; Tellez-Garcia, 2008).
Cinetica de la degradacion ruminal in situ de cuatro arboles forrajeros tropicales: Leucaena leucocephala, Enterolobium cyclocarpum, Sapindus saponaria y Gliricidia sepium.