A plant genus of the family FABACEAE that contains linarin (acaciin) and LECTINS.
A genus of gram-negative, rod-shaped bacteria in the family PHYLLOBACTERIACEAE. They are able to invade root-hairs of a wide range of plants, inciting the production of PLANT ROOT NODULES.
A plant genus of the family FABACEAE that is widely used as ground cover and forage and known for the edible beans, VICIA FABA.
Protein or glycoprotein substances of plant origin that bind to sugar moieties in cell walls or membranes. Some carbohydrate-metabolizing proteins (ENZYMES) from PLANTS also bind to carbohydrates, however they are not considered lectins. Many plant lectins change the physiology of the membrane of BLOOD CELLS to cause agglutination, mitosis, or other biochemical changes. They may play a role in plant defense mechanisms.
Woody, usually tall, perennial higher plants (Angiosperms, Gymnosperms, and some Pterophyta) having usually a main stem and numerous branches.
Proteins that share the common characteristic of binding to carbohydrates. Some ANTIBODIES and carbohydrate-metabolizing proteins (ENZYMES) also bind to carbohydrates, however they are not considered lectins. PLANT LECTINS are carbohydrate-binding proteins that have been primarily identified by their hemagglutinating activity (HEMAGGLUTININS). However, a variety of lectins occur in animal species where they serve diverse array of functions through specific carbohydrate recognition.

Functional characterization of allantoinase genes from Arabidopsis and a nonureide-type legume black locust. (1/15)

The availability of nitrogen is a limiting factor for plant growth in most soils. Allantoin and its degradation derivatives are a group of soil heterocyclic nitrogen compounds that play an essential role in the assimilation, metabolism, transport, and storage of nitrogen in plants. Allantoinase is a key enzyme for biogenesis and degradation of these ureide compounds. Here, we describe the isolation of two functional allantoinase genes, AtALN (Arabidopsis allantoinase) and RpALN (Robinia pseudoacacia allantoinase), from Arabidopsis and black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia). The proteins encoded by those genes were predicted to have a signal peptide for the secretory pathway, which is consistent with earlier biochemical work that localized allantoinase activity to microbodies and endoplasmic reticulum (Hanks et al., 1981). Their functions were confirmed by genetic complementation of a yeast mutant (dal1) deficient in allantoin hydrolysis. The absence of nitrogen in the medium increased the expression of the genes. In Arabidopsis, the addition of allantoin to the medium as a sole source of nitrogen resulted in the up-regulation of the AtALN gene. The black locust gene (RpALN) was differentially regulated in cotyledons, axis, and hypocotyls during seed germination and seedling growth, but was not expressed in root tissues. In the trunk wood of a mature black locust tree, the RpALN gene was highly expressed in the bark/cambial region, but had no detectable expression in the sapwood or sapwood-heartwood transition zone. In addition, the gene expression in the bark/cambial region was up-regulated in spring and fall when compared with summer, suggesting its involvement in nitrogen mobilization.  (+info)

A novel family of lectins evolutionarily related to class V chitinases: an example of neofunctionalization in legumes. (2/15)

A lectin has been identified in black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia) bark that shares approximately 50% sequence identity with plant class V chitinases but is essentially devoid of chitinase activity. Specificity studies indicated that the black locust chitinase-related agglutinin (RobpsCRA) preferentially binds to high-mannose N-glycans comprising the proximal pentasaccharide core structure. Closely related orthologs of RobpsCRA could be identified in the legumes Glycine max, Medicago truncatula, and Lotus japonicus but in no other plant species, suggesting that this novel lectin family most probably evolved in an ancient legume species or possibly an earlier ancestor. This identification of RobpsCRA not only illustrates neofunctionalization in plants, but also provides firm evidence that plants are capable of developing a sugar-binding domain from an existing structural scaffold with a different activity and accordingly sheds new light on the molecular evolution of plant lectins.  (+info)

High-resolution three-dimensional extracellular recording of neuronal activity with microfabricated electrode arrays. (3/15)

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Bellojisia, a new sordariaceous genus for Jobellisia rhynchostoma and a description of Jobellisiaceae fam. nov. (4/15)

The phylogenetic analyses of partial nucLSU rDNA sequence data of three Jobellisia species indicate that J. rhynchostoma is distinct from the core species of Jobellisia. Jobellisia luteola, the type species of the genus, and J. fraterna reside as a strongly supported monophyletic clade in a basal position in a grouping containing the Diaporthales, the Calosphaeriales and the Togniniaceae, while all phylogenies confirm the placement of J. rhynchostoma within the Sordariales. The new family Jobellisiaceae (incertae sedis) is described for Jobellisia. A new perithecial ascomycete genus, Bellojisia (Lasiosphaeriaceae, Sordariales), is introduced for J. rhynchostoma. The fungus produces nonstromatic, long-necked perithecia with a superficial to semi-immersed pyriform venter and carbonaceous three-layered perithecial wall, 1-septate, hyaline, later brown, reniform to navicular ascospores with a polar germ pore formed in unitunicate asci. The fungus was not observed to produce a conidial anamorph in vitro. Both morphological and molecular data suggest Corylomyces selenosporus of the Sordariales is the closest relative of J. rhynchostoma. The other relatives of Bellojisia (viz. Cercophora, Lasiosphaeria and Podospora) recruit from the Lasiosphaeriaceae (Sordariales). Cercophora and Podospora are shown as polyphyletic within the Sordariales, which is in agreement with previous molecular studies.  (+info)

Mesorhizobium robiniae sp. nov., isolated from root nodules of Robinia pseudoacacia. (5/15)

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Streptomyces samsunensis sp. nov., a member of the Streptomyces violaceusniger clade isolated from the rhizosphere of Robinia pseudoacacia. (6/15)

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Chemical composition and natural durability of juvenile and mature heartwood of Robinia pseudoacacia L. (7/15)

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Draft genome sequence of plant growth-promoting rhizobium Mesorhizobium amorphae, isolated from zinc-lead mine tailings. (8/15)

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"Robinia" is not a medical term. It refers to a genus of flowering plants in the legume family, also known as black locust trees. The wood of these trees can be used in various applications, but it does not have direct relevance to medical definitions or healthcare. If you have any questions related to a specific medical topic, I would be happy to help clarify further!

"Mesorhizobium" is a genus of bacteria that can form nitrogen-fixing nodules on the roots of certain leguminous plants. These bacteria are able to convert atmospheric nitrogen into ammonia, which the plant can then use as a nutrient for growth. This process, known as biological nitrogen fixation, is an important part of the nitrogen cycle and helps to fertilize the soil naturally.

Mesorhizobium species are gram-negative rods that are motile by means of a single polar flagellum. They are able to grow both aerobically and facultatively anaerobically, and are found in a variety of environments, including soil, water, and the root nodules of leguminous plants.

Mesorhizobium species are able to form nitrogen-fixing symbioses with a wide range of legumes, including important crop plants such as soybeans, chickpeas, and lentils. The bacteria infect the roots of the plant and induce the formation of nodules, which provide a protected environment for the bacteria to fix nitrogen. In return, the plant provides the bacteria with carbon sources and other nutrients.

Mesorhizobium species are important for agriculture because they help to reduce the need for chemical fertilizers, which can be expensive and harmful to the environment. By forming nitrogen-fixing symbioses with leguminous plants, Mesorhizobium species contribute to sustainable agricultural practices and help to maintain soil fertility.

"Vicia" is a genus of plants, commonly known as vetch or faba beans. It's not a medical term, but rather a term used in botany to describe a group of leguminous plants that are part of the Fabaceae family. Some species of Vicia have been used in traditional medicine for various purposes, such as treating skin conditions and respiratory issues. However, I am an assistant and do not have real-time access to databases or medical resources, so please consult a reliable medical source for more detailed and accurate information.

Plant lectins are proteins or glycoproteins that are abundantly found in various plant parts such as seeds, leaves, stems, and roots. They have the ability to bind specifically to carbohydrate structures present on cell membranes, known as glycoconjugates. This binding property of lectins is reversible and non-catalytic, meaning it does not involve any enzymatic activity.

Lectins play several roles in plants, including defense against predators, pathogens, and herbivores. They can agglutinate red blood cells, stimulate the immune system, and have been implicated in various biological processes such as cell growth, differentiation, and apoptosis (programmed cell death). Some lectins also exhibit mitogenic activity, which means they can stimulate the proliferation of certain types of cells.

In the medical field, plant lectins have gained attention due to their potential therapeutic applications. For instance, some lectins have been shown to possess anti-cancer properties and are being investigated as potential cancer treatments. However, it is important to note that some lectins can be toxic or allergenic to humans and animals, so they must be used with caution.

I'm sorry for any confusion, but "trees" is not a medical term. It is a common term used in various fields, including biology, ecology, and dendrology, to refer to a woody perennial plant with a single stem or trunk that supports branches and leaves in most species.

If you have any questions related to medical terminology or health-related topics, please provide more context so I can offer an accurate and helpful response.

Lectins are a type of proteins that bind specifically to carbohydrates and have been found in various plant and animal sources. They play important roles in biological recognition events, such as cell-cell adhesion, and can also be involved in the immune response. Some lectins can agglutinate certain types of cells or precipitate glycoproteins, while others may have a more direct effect on cellular processes. In some cases, lectins from plants can cause adverse effects in humans if ingested, such as digestive discomfort or allergic reactions.

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... Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture. University of Washington. 2013. Robinia hispida. Native American ... There are at least 5 varieties: Robinia hispida var. fertilis - Arnot bristly locust (North Carolina, Tennessee) Robinia ... Robinia hispida, known as the bristly locust, rose-acacia, or moss locust, is a shrub in the subfamily Faboideae of the pea ... "Robinia hispida". Germplasm Resources Information Network. Agricultural Research Service, United States Department of ...
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The larvae feed on Robinia pseudoacacia. The larvae feed within the stem pith of seedlings, stump sprouts and new stem growth ...
The larvae feed on Robinia pseudoacacia. Yu, Dicky Sick Ki. "Celiptera frustulum Guenee 1852". Home of Ichneumonoidea. Taxapad ...
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The larvae feed on Robinia species. tortricidae.com mothphotographersgroup Tortricidae Food Plant Database Wikispecies has ...
The larvae feed on Robinia neomexicana. They mine the leaves of their host plant. The mine begins as a relatively short, ...
The larvae feed on Robinia neoxmexicana. Beccaloni, G.; Scoble, M.; Kitching, I.; Simonsen, T.; Robinson, G.; Pitkin, B.; Hine ...
... see Frangula alnus Robinia pseudoacacia (black locust; introduced from the eastern United States) Salix amygdaloides (peachleaf ...
Robinia spp.), and maples (Acer spp.). The understory may include hawthorns (Crataegus spp.), dogwoods (Cornus spp.), fragrant ...
One in particular, "Robinia" nicou, which is now considered to be Lonchocarpus nicou, was to be the subject of his thesis, ... Geoffroy, Emmanuel (1895). "Contribution à l'étude du Robinia Nicou Aubl., au point de vue botanique, chimique et physiologique ... also studied the region's native plants in the genus Robinia after learning that forest Indians of French Guiana used Robinia ... French: Contribution à l'étude du Robinia Nicou Aubl. au point de vue botanique, chimique et physiologique. In a fact to be ...
ISBN 978-80-87051-17-7. "Naturfoto - trnovník akát Robinia pseudoacacia" (in Czech). Retrieved 2012-12-06. Kubešová, Svatava. " ... Robinia pseudoacacia), and need to be continuously cut down. Acacia has a strong tendency to spread and produces chemical ...
Plantings included black locusts/false acacias (Robinia pseudoacacia); white cedars (Melia azederach var.australasica); privet ...
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Non-native trees, particularly pines (Pinus spp.), cypress (Cupressus spp.), locust (Robinia pseudoacacia), and Australian ...
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The genus Robinia is made up of anywhere from a handful to 20 species of deciduous trees and shrubs from woodland and thickets ... Robinia pseudoacacia Frisia. The genus Robinia is made up of anywhere from a handful to 20 species of deciduous trees and ...
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This is a suckering, erect, deciduous shrub or small tree with spreading, dense spines on shoots. Grows to 6 feet tall and wide. Dark green leaves are
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Robinia pseudoacacia, commonly called black locust, is medium sized, suckering, deciduous tree that typically grows to 30-50 ( ... See Robinia pseudoacacia Lace Lady TWISTY BABY for another compact black locust with contorted branching. ...
Gardening question - could a nail in the trunk of this tree (my husband put up a bird box), have damaged it? There are a number of dead branches and the leaf cover is spar
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Robinia fertilis Robinia fertilis Ashe, Rhodora 25: 182. 1923.. Robinia grandiflora Robinia grandiflora Ashe, J. Elisha ... BASIONYM: Robinia nana Elliott 1823.. Robinia hispida var. rosea Robinia hispida Linnaeus, var. rosea Pursh, Fl. Amer. Sept. ... BASIONYM: Robinia hispida Linnaeus 1767.. Robinia albicans Robinia albicans Ashe, Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 50: 362. 1923.. TYPE: ... BASIONYM: Robinia hispida Linnaeus 1767.. Robinia hispida var. typica Robinia hispida Linnaeus, var. typica C. K. Schneider, ...
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Evoluzione strutturale di popolamenti cedui di robinia (Robinia pseudoacacia L.) nel Canavese (Torino - Italia). Schweiz. Z. ... La dynamique dinstallation observée de Robinia pseudoacacia L. dans la réserve est très similaire à ce qui a été observé dans ... Robinia pseudoacacia L. nellambiente forestale piemontese. Inf. Bot. Ital. 43-48. *Motta Fré V. and Motta R., 2000. ... The rise and fall of the black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia L.) in the "Siro Negri" Forest Reserve (Lombardy, Italy): lessons ...
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Genus - Robinia. Species - Pseudoacacia. Common name - Black Locust. Pre-Treatment - Not-required. Hardiness zones - 4 - 8. ... 3. Fill a small nursery pot with sand and set the Robinia seeds on the surface. Cover it with a 1/8-inch layer of moist sand.. ... 1. Use a pair of baby nail clippers to pinch off a piece of each Robinia seeds outer seed coat. Dont cut too deep - just ... Continue this until the Robinia seeds germinate in 10 days to five weeks. (source: ehow.com). ...
... Frisia and other sorts in great colours like yellow leaves and rouge flowers. ... Robinia Frisia and other sorts in great colour ranges like yellow leaves and rouge flowers. ... Robinia pseudoacacia Umbraculifera - 200-250 cm , RB/Pot grown. Ball Shape False Acacia. ... Robinia Bessoniana, 2,2/2,5 m - pot grown. False acacia, Black locust. ...
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Robinia pseudoacacia l,br/,Enzyme-activities,br/,Glucose-6-phosphate-dehydrogenase,br/,Elicitor,br/,Tissues,br/,Potato,br/, ... Oxidative pentose phosphate pathway and pyridine nucleotides in relation to heartwood formation in Robinia pseudoacacia L. ... In tissues of Robinia pseudoacacia L. which are transferred to heartwood, enhanced activities of glucose-6-phosphate ... Oxidative pentose phosphate pathway and pyridine nucleotides in relation to heartwood formation in Robinia pseudoacacia L. ...
  • R. luxurians) - New Mexican locust Robinia pseudoacacia L. - black locust, false acacia Robinia viscosa Michx. (wikipedia.org)
  • R. hartwegii or R. hartwigii) †Robinia zirkelii Robinia × ambigua (R. pseudoacacia × R. viscosa) - Idaho locust Robinia × holdtii (R. neomexicana × R. pseudoacacia) Robinia × longiloba (R. hispida × R. viscosa) Robinia × margarettiae (R. hispida × R. pseudoacacia) Robinia L. Plants of the World Online. (wikipedia.org)
  • UCJEPS: Jepson Interchange: Robinia pseudoacacia L. (berkeley.edu)
  • Robinia pseudoacacia , commonly called black locust, is medium sized, suckering, deciduous tree that typically grows to 30-50' (less frequently to 80') tall. (missouribotanicalgarden.org)
  • See Robinia pseudoacacia 'Lace Lady' TWISTY BABY for another compact black locust with contorted branching. (missouribotanicalgarden.org)
  • La dynamique d'installation observée de Robinia pseudoacacia L. dans la réserve est très similaire à ce qui a été observé dans son habitat naturel en Amérique du Nord : après la première colonisation, le robinier s'est fermement établi dans les strates dominantes et intermédiaires, mais il ne s'est pas régénéré. (afs-journal.org)
  • Oxidative pentose phosphate pathway and pyridine nucleotides in relation to heartwood formation in Robinia pseudoacacia L. (mpg.de)
  • In tissues of Robinia pseudoacacia L. which are transferred to heartwood, enhanced activities of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PDH) and 6-phosphogluconate dehydrogenase (6PCDH) are present. (mpg.de)
  • Very interesting to hear that Black Locust (Robinia pseudoacacia) can is long lasting (25 years) and very suitable for tree stakes. (natureworks.org.uk)
  • Robinia pseudoacacia, also known in its native territory as black locust , is a tree native to the southeastern United States, but has been widely planted and naturalized elsewhere in temperate North America, Europe, Southern Africa and Asia and is considered an invasive species in some areas. (nutrawiki.org)
  • The wood of Robinia pseudoacacia tree is very strong and also durable. (nutrawiki.org)
  • Various parts of the Robinia Pseudoacacia tree have different uses. (nutrawiki.org)
  • The blossoms of Robinia Pseudoacacia are known for their diuretic, emollient and anti-spasmodic properties. (nutrawiki.org)
  • A beneficial infusion can be prepared with a teaspoonful of Robinia Pseudoacacia flowers and a cup of water. (nutrawiki.org)
  • Hot Robinia Pseudoacacia tea helps in treating cough, sore throat, bronchitis and asthma. (nutrawiki.org)
  • Add lime flowers to an infusion of Robinia Pseudoacacia flowers to prepare a relaxing remedy for mental fatigue and nervousness. (nutrawiki.org)
  • The inner bark and root bark of the Robinia Pseudoacacia helps to remove waste from the body. (nutrawiki.org)
  • The leaves of Robinia Pseudoacacia are known to improve secretion and flow of bile. (nutrawiki.org)
  • Robinia Pseudoacacia seeds are usually boiled to reduce the bitterness and then consumed. (nutrawiki.org)
  • Robinia is a genus of flowering plants in the family Fabaceae, tribe Robinieae, native to North America. (wikipedia.org)
  • Robinia hispida L.- bristly locust Robinia hispida var. (wikipedia.org)
  • R. boyntonii) Robinia hispida var. (wikipedia.org)
  • R. elliottii & R. nana) Robinia hispida var. (wikipedia.org)
  • Rose Acacia Shrub) A lovely plant native to the South-east United States, Robinia hispida has trailing panicles of pretty, rose-pink, pea-like flowers in midsummer which incidentally are edible. (bluebellnursery.com)
  • On a sheltered site, Robinia hispida is a good choice of plant for stabilizing embankments and slopes and for planting in poor, dry soils. (bluebellnursery.com)
  • Robinia hispida will tolerate nutritionally poor, dry soils if kept watered well until established. (bluebellnursery.com)
  • In warm, sheltered areas, Robinia hispida can ocasionally grow to be a very small tree. (bluebellnursery.com)
  • Robinia hispida flowers well and is particularly spectacular when grown against a warm, sunny wall. (bluebellnursery.com)
  • BASIONYM: Robinia hispida Linnaeus 1767. (usf.edu)
  • The genus Robinia is made up of anywhere from a handful to 20 species of deciduous trees and shrubs from woodland and thickets of North America. (finegardening.com)
  • Some species of Robinia are used as food by caterpillars of Lepidoptera, including such moths as the brown-tail (Euproctis chrysorrhoea), the buff-tip (Phalera bucephala), the engrailed (Ectropis crepuscularia), the giant leopard moth (Hypercompe scribonia), the locust underwing (Euparthenos nubilis), and Gracillariidae leaf miners like Chrysaster ostensackenella, Macrosaccus robiniella and Parectopa robiniella. (wikipedia.org)
  • En plus de l'absence d'une population plus jeune, l'évidence du déclin du robinier est révélée par une élévation du taux de mortalité et une plus grande proportion de la biomasse du robinier dans le total des débris ligneux grossiers (CWD). (afs-journal.org)
  • R. kelseyi) Robinia neomexicana A.Gray (syn. (wikipedia.org)
  • Robinia kelseyi Cowell ex Hutchinison, Bot. (usf.edu)
  • Robinia boyntonii Ashe, J. Elisha Mitchell Sci. (usf.edu)
  • Robinia rosea Elliott 1823, non Miller 1768, nec Marshall 1785. (usf.edu)
  • Robinia rosea Marshall, Arbust. (usf.edu)
  • Robinia elliottii (Chapman) Ashe, in Small, Fl. (usf.edu)
  • The Truffle Brown Branson Robinia displays a very dark version with a slightly orange-looking pore, which allows good colour combinations with uni decors in this colour intensity. (egger.com)
  • BASIONYM: Robinia nana Elliott 1823. (usf.edu)
  • Robinia nana Elliott, Sketch Bot. (usf.edu)
  • 3. Fill a small nursery pot with sand and set the Robinia seeds on the surface. (hobbyseeds.com)
  • Built around simple themes like a Forest Shop or the tantalizingly menacing Wizards Hideaway, the Robinia wood is put to good use in creating inviting play spaces. (kompan.com)
  • Continue this until the Robinia seeds germinate in 10 days to five weeks. (hobbyseeds.com)
  • The Robinia tree provides fine-grained, strong, durable timber which is perfect for play units and each piece is unique. (kompan.com)
  • 1. Use a pair of baby nail clippers to pinch off a piece of each Robinia seed's outer seed coat. (hobbyseeds.com)
  • The decorative series of the Branson Robinia embodies an elegant decorative image that receives a certain scaled-down appearance thanks to the light planking and linearity. (egger.com)
  • Equistone exited its investment in Robinia when it sold its stake in the business to Lloyds Development Capital. (equistonepe.de)
  • In addition, a distinctive feature of the Vig collection is the integration of Robinia (Black Locust) wood, featured on the collection's tables and available as an optional choice for the seating range. (skandium.com)
  • Robinia, or Black Locust, is renowned for its exceptional strength, durability, weather resistance and remarkable resistance to decay, requiring minimal maintenance while maintaining its natural beauty. (skandium.com)
  • The Children's Playground Company Ltd are the market leader in the design, manufacturing and supply of Robinia Wood playgrounds and play equipment to the UK and Ireland. (thechildrensplayground.com)
  • Lifts, slides, mills, rails, tables with holes - Ecoplays' robinia playgrounds for sand play are a real paradise for playing with gravel or sand. (ecoplay.eu)
  • When toddlers share sand mechanisms on Ecoplay's robinia playgrounds equipment for sand play or dig a hole together, they're not only practicing social skills like turn-taking and collaboration, but also using problem-solving and language skills as well. (ecoplay.eu)
  • Some species of Robinia are used as food by caterpillars of Lepidoptera, including such moths as the brown-tail (Euproctis chrysorrhoea), the buff-tip (Phalera bucephala), the engrailed (Ectropis crepuscularia), the giant leopard moth (Hypercompe scribonia), the locust underwing (Euparthenos nubilis), and Gracillariidae leaf miners like Chrysaster ostensackenella, Macrosaccus robiniella and Parectopa robiniella. (wikipedia.org)
  • clammy locust Robinia viscosa var. (wikipedia.org)
  • Robinia is a genus of flowering plants in the family Fabaceae, tribe Robinieae, native to North America. (wikipedia.org)
  • The robinia tree is a deciduous plant belonging to the Leguminosae family native to the United States. (xperiamus.com)
  • Kids exercise their fine motor skills when they learn how to properly handle the mechanisms for sand play on Ecoplay's robinia playground equipment. (ecoplay.eu)
  • Kids create their own little world by using Ecoplay's robinia playground equipment for sand play. (ecoplay.eu)
  • The combination of steel and Robinia offers an elegant blend of materials, further enhancing the collection's aesthetic appeal. (skandium.com)
  • Robinia is one of the hardest European woods and offers superior longevity over pine or other soft woods. (scotplay.co.uk)
  • In comparison to the pine, spruces or oak, the Robinia has the lowest value of expansion . (xperiamus.com)
  • Path of stilts in robinia with 18 posts for children aged 6 to 12. (bkhonnun.is)
  • Path of stilts in robinia with 12 posts for children aged 6 to 12. (bkhonnun.is)
  • The Robinia bars are made from de-barked and sap-free Robinia trunks in various dimensions. (kompan.com)
  • The floor of the platforms is made of larch, the rest of the play equipment is made of robinia. (bkhonnun.is)
  • Robinia was introduced because of its beauty to be used as ornamental tree. (xperiamus.com)
  • Pairing Robinia timbers with our high-quality stainless-steel fixtures makes for a trim trail that can withstand years of fun! (scotplay.co.uk)
  • Robinia is a soft and feminine sweater with an elegant pattern worked in stranded knitting. (oenling.com)
  • Our robinia climbing frame no.20 consists of a low-level platform that can be accessed by a balance beam or stepping stumps, a net bridge up to a platform with an extra wide slide and a ladder. (duncanandgrove.com)