black mangrove


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Noun1.black mangrove - an Australian tree resembling the black mangrove of the West Indies and Floridablack mangrove - an Australian tree resembling the black mangrove of the West Indies and Florida
Aegiceras, genus Aegiceras - a genus of herbs of the family Verbenaceae
tree - a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms
2.black mangrove - a mangrove of the West Indies and the southern Florida coastblack mangrove - a mangrove of the West Indies and the southern Florida coast; occurs in dense thickets and has numerous short roots that bend up from the ground
blackwood tree, blackwood - any of several hardwood trees yielding very dark-colored wood
Avicennia, genus Avicennia - small genus of tropical shrubs or trees
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ABSTRACT The tropically associated black mangrove (Avicennia germinans) is experiencing a climate-induced range shift and expanding into salt marshes of northern Florida, southern Louisiana and most recently, Horn Island, MS.
floridanus nesting in black mangrove, Avicennia germinans (L.) (Acanthaceae), at 1 site where red mangrove was absent:
Meanwhile, the Prince of Wales visited the Tubli Bay regeneration project and Ras Sanad Mangrove Forest, which has been recognised by the UN for its black mangrove.
His Highness Shaikh Abdulla bin Hamad Al Khalifa extended his appreciation to HRH The Prince of Wales for his visit to the Ras Sanad Mangrove Forest, which has been recognised by the UN for its black mangrove (Aviccenia Marina).
In the northwest of Vitoria there is a Municipal Ecological Station named Lameirao Island (EEMIL), where the mangrove covers approximately 92.66% of the Ecological Station, occupying an area of 891.83 hectares and harboring three mangrove plant species: Rhizophora mangle (red mangrove), Laguncularia racemosa (white mangrove) and Avicennia schaueriana (black mangrove or siriuba).
(Rhizophoraceae; locally called "red mangle"), Avicennia germinans (L.) Stearn (Acanthaceae s.l., formerly in the Avicenniaceae; "black berries" or "black mangrove"), and two Combretaceae, Conocarpus erectus L.
Using high resolution satellite imagery to map black mangrove on the Texas Gulf Coast.
Other compounds common in mangroves are betaines, specially glycinbetaine in the black mangrove A.
A leaf suspension of the black mangrove species, Aegiceras corniculatum, also reportedly gave antidiabetic effects following administration to alloxan-induced diabetic rats, which effects included decreases in blood glucose, glycosylated hemoglobin, decrease in activities of the enzymes, glucose-6 phosphatase and fructose 1,6-bisphosphatase, and increased activity of liver hexokinase [57].
CONTRIBUTION OF BLACK MANGROVE (Avicennia germinans L.) FALLEN LEAVES IN THE COLOMBIAN CARIBBEAN AREA
In the Rio Grande Delta, seaside sparrows have been found nesting in mixed marshes consisting primarily of Avicennia germinans (black mangrove; Phillips and Einem, 2003).