raetam


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Noun1.raetam - desert shrub of Syria and Arabia having small white flowersraetam - desert shrub of Syria and Arabia having small white flowers; constitutes the juniper of the Old Testament; sometimes placed in genus Genista
genus Retama, Retama - small genus of Mediterranean shrubs; often included in genus Genista
bush, shrub - a low woody perennial plant usually having several major stems
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Conclusions: The high crude protein and moderate fiber content, along with high IVDMD found in Ammophila arenaria, Trigonella maritima and Vicia monantha, Vicia sativa, Atriplex nummularia, Ononis vaginalis and Lycium shawii suggested that these plants have a greater nutritive value than the highly fibrous and of moderate IVDMD species such as: Lygeum spartum, Lygos raetam, Panicum coloratum, Lolium rigidum, Gymnocarpos decandrum, Deverra trotuosa and Aeluropus lagopoides.
000 ha et se situe entre 07[grados]25'10,8" nord et 36[grados]39'29,4" ouest dans la partie nord-est de la commune d'Ain sefra, elle est reperee par le forage de Bouarfa, avec une vegetation a base de Hammada scoparia, Atractylis serratuloides, Thymelaea microphylla, Noaea mucronata et Retama raetam.
Las que se dan en Canarias pertenecen a la especie Retama raetam, mientras que en la Peninsula Iberica abundan dos especies, la retama monosperma y la retama sphaerocarpa.
a e 3 Dipterygium glaucum 4 Fagonia Arabica 5 Fagonia indica 6 Phyllanthus maderaspatensis 7 Haplophyllum tuberculatum 8 Ziziphus mucronata 9 Rhamnus disperma 10 Cissus quadrangularis 11 Hammada elegans 12 Aerva javanica 13 Acacia ehrenbergiana 14 Acacia tortilis 15 Casia italica 16 Lygos raetam 17 Tephrosia apollinea 18 Calotropis procera 19 Withania somnifera 20 Heliotropium lignosum 21 Heliotropium cinerascens 22 Centauria schimperi 23 Echinops spinosissimus 24 Echinops husoni 25 Pulicaria orientalis 26 Rhanterium epapposum 27 Panicum turgidum Monocots s 28 Phoenex dactilifera No.
caldenia; Izaki & Ne'eman (1997), para Retama raetam y Ortega-Baes (1999), para P.
Shrubs of Retama raetam and Achillea fragrantissima are the dominants in wadis of the terrain of hard limestones.
The dominant perennial plant species are Artemisia monosperma and Retama raetam (Abramsky et al.