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margosa

(mɑːˈɡəʊsə)
n
(Botany) a large, Indian evergreen tree
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Noun1.margosa - large semi-evergreen tree of the East Indies; trunk exudes a tenacious gum; bitter bark used as a tonic; seeds yield an aromatic oil; sometimes placed in genus Melia
Azadirachta, genus Azadirachta - genus of large important East Indian trees: neem trees
neem seed - seed of neem trees; source of pesticides and fertilizer and medicinal products
tree - a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms
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HOW: Twigs from the neem (margosa, Azadirachta indica), miswak (Salvadora persica) and babool (gum acacia) trees are available in the market or can be bought online.
Swadeshi Khomba herbal soap has natural Margosa (Kohomba) oil.
Las muestras de crisoles y toberas presentan, en general, una matriz limo/arcillosa a margosa, de color gris a marron, con evidentes signos de alteracion termica.
We stepped into Fits Margosa in Chunakam, a renovated ancestral bungalow now fitted with AC, and a well run holiday home.
Entre las hierbas consideradas por el Instituto Nacional de Salud (NIH por sus siglas en ingles) en los Estados Unidos(23), se describen: Jin Bu Huan (26), Ma Huang (27), Paeonia (28), Dai Saiko To (29), Sho Saiko To (30) y Shou Wu Pian (31) (Hierbas Chinas o asiaticas), Consuelda (32), Germander (33,34), Celidonia mayor (35), Kava (36), Chaparral (37), Atractylis (38), Callilepsis (39), Cascara sagrada (40), Aceite margosa (41), Aceite pennyroyal (42), Palma enana americana (43), Sassafras (44), Valeriana (45), Senna (40), te verde (46), hierba de San Juan (47), Aloe vera (48), Cohosh negro (49), Ginkgo (45), Ginseng (50), Glucosamina (51), muerdago (52), Noni (53), Skullcap (54) y Usnico acido (55), entre otros.
The bringing together of the male pipal with the female neem or margosa tree (Azadirachta indica), a still widely practised ritual marriage, is also an expression of this very ancient belief
Dr Poornima Shankar, No 89, 16th cross, Margosa road, Malleswaram, Bangalore- 560055.
Se encuentran situadas en una depresion margosa con suelos altamente salinos que es atravesada por la rambla del Salar Gordo.
The city government had planned to plant a variety of trees in the city, which include Plaksa tree (Pipal), Banyan, Coconut, Margosa (Neem) Tree and tropical tree species such as Siris, Rain tree, Ashoka, Amaltas and other Cassia species, Terminalia (Indian Badam), Peltophorum (Copper pod), Gulmohar, Palm trees, Molseri and also Lignum vitae.
Esto coincide con lo observado en este estudio y por Casas-Andreu (2003) en Jalisco donde todos los nidos fueron tipo hueco; no obstante la informacion obtenida en este estudio difiere a lo observado por Mazzotti (1989) quien reporta mayor numero de nidos tipo monticulo (79%) y menor numero de nidos tipo hueco (21%) en el Sur de Florida, debido a que la mayoria de los nidos estuvieron colocados a la orilla margosa de los arroyos.
El substrato aflorante en el area de estudio esta constituido por costras de caliza margosa de estructura brechoide, de espesores variables de 15 centimetros a 2 metros.