Photograph of an acacia tree (Acacia melanoxylon), ca.1920. The tall tree towers above the little boy that sits beneath it under its shade. The dirt ground is littered with leaves. Other trees are visible in the background.; "The Acacia tree has a very sweet smell. The leaves are soft green and it bears yellow flowers. The tree was abundant in Egypt and was found in limited numbers in deserts of Arabia. The bark is gnarled and black and rough. The plant has angular, spreading branches and many sharp thorns. The Acacia family includes many species of small trees native to arid parts of Africa and Asia. Plantations of (Acacia nilotica), the Egyptian acacia, were a familiar sight in Upper Egypt in antiquity. This small, tough, thorny tree is a plant of many uses. The bark yields tannin acid, which Egyptian used to heal burns. Livestock fatten on the seed of the large pods. The trees sap, variously described as either milky or reddish, is a source of gum acacia, or gum arabic. This edible gum has a ...
APG IV Classification: Domain: Eukaryota • (unranked): Archaeplastida • Regnum: Plantae • Cladus: angiosperms • Cladus: eudicots • Cladus: core eudicots • Cladus: superrosids • Cladus: rosids • Cladus: eurosids I • Ordo: Fabales • Familia: Fabaceae • Subfamilia: Mimosoideae • Genus: Acacia • Species: Acacia auriculiformis A.Cunn. ex Benth. (1842) ...
Abies concolor White Fir Acacia baileyana Bailey Acacia. Acacia baileyana Purpurea Purple Fern-leaf Acacia Acacia cognata River Wattle. Acacia farnesiana Sweet Acacia Acacia longifolia Sidney Golden Wattle. Acacia melanoxylon Blackwood Acacia Acacia podalyriifolia Pearl Acacia. Acacia retinodes Water Wattle Acacia salicina Willow Acacia. Acacia saligna Blue-leaf Wattle Acacia stenophylla Shoestring Acacia. Acca sellowiana Pineapple Guava Acer macrophyllum Big-leaf Maple. Acer negundo Flamingo Box Elder Maple Acer palmatum Japanese Maple. Acer platanoides Norway Maple Acer rubrum Red Maple. Acer saccharinum Silver Maple Acer saccharum Sugar Maple. Aesculus californica California Buckeye Aesculus hippocastanum Common Horse Chestnut. Agathis robusta Queensland Kauri Agonis flexuosa Peppermint Tree. Ailanthus altissima Tree-of-Heaven Albizia julibrissin Silk Tree. Alnus rhombifolia White Alder Aloe barberae Tree Aloe. Araucaria araucana Monkey Puzzle Tree Araucaria bidwillii Bunya-bunya ...
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An Investigation of Insect Ovipositing Repellent Activity of Andrographis paniculata Ness, Acacia auriculiformis and Piper betle Linn Leaves Extracts to Batrocera carambolae
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Oilseed samples from four Acacia species ( A. cyclops, A. ligulata, A. salicina and A. cyanophylla) were analyzed in order to evaluate the potential nutritional value of their unexploited seeds. Samples were collected from different Tunisian geographic locations. Seed oils were extracted and carotenoids, tocopherols and sterols were analyzed using chromatographic methods. The studied Acacia seeds seem to be quite rich in lipids (from 6% to 12%). All Acacia species contain mainly the xanthophylls zeaxanthin and lutein compounds: from ca. 38 mg.kg-1 of total lipids (A. cyclops) to ca. 113 mg.kg-1 of total lipids (A. cyanophylla). Total tocopherols varied from ca. 221 mg.kg-1 of total lipids (A. cyclops) to ca. 808 mg.kg-1 of total lipids (A. ligulata). Sterols are highly present and their contents ranged between ca. 7 g. kg-1 of total lipids (A. salicina) and 11 g. kg-1 of total lipids (A. cyclops). This study highlights that these unexploited seeds might have a potential nutritional value and encourages
Acacia melanoxylon (Blackwood acacia). This is the largest of the acacias. It will grow to about 27m with dull, olive green phyllodes and profuse balls of pale yellow flowers that will appear in the spring. It is drought tolerant and has a aggressive root system that can break up pavements.
Acacia mangium (Mangium). This is a tall, flowering tree with a straight trunk which has vertical ridges and is grey-brown to dark brown in colour. The leaves are elliptic to narrowly elliptic, and can be up to 27 cm long and up to 10 cm wide. The pods are twisted around the black seeds, which are attached at thye base by bright orange fleshy growths called arils.
Gum acacia, also known as gum arabic, is the gum that exudes from the acacia tree, Acacia senegal or Acacia seyal. Gum acacia is a water-soluble dietary fiber used primarily to control the consistency of food and beverages. Monosaccharide constituents include galactose, arabinose, glucuronic acid and rhamnose 1. Gum acacia is included in the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Inactive Ingredients Guide as safe to use in the amounts present in our products 2. It is also an approved food additive by the U.S. FDA 3.. ...
Acacia Wood Sign Holders are a simple, practical and stylish way to display signs on buffets, food displays and tabletops. These holders are especially useful for buffets where they can neatly label food and drink for organised presentation. These holders look great in cafes for labelling cakes, on buffets for signing hot drinks and food, or on tabletops for promoting seasonal menus and special offerings. Featuring a simple shape, Acacia Wood Sign Holders feature a thin slit that neatly holds signs, labels, menus and promotional material. Acacia wood is renowned for its strength, durability and water resistance which makes it ideal for busy commercial environments. With natural oils, acacia wood has anti-bacterial qualities that ensure high performance. Acacia is a sustainable, fast growing source of wood. With over 1,300 varieties of acacia trees, these species are native to tropical climates where high rainfall and plentiful nutrients support their rapid growth. These trees can grow more than ...
With the emergence of multidrug-resistant organisms, combining medicinal plants with synthetic or orthodox medicines against resistant bacteria becomes necessary. In this study, interactions between methanolic extract of Acacia mearnsii and eight antibiotics were investigated by agar diffusion and checkerboard assays. The minimum inhibitory concentrations (MICs) of all the antibiotics ranged between 0.020 and 500 µg/mL while that of the crude extract varied between 0.156 and 1.25 mg/mL. The agar diffusion assay showed that extract-kanamycin combination had zones of inhibition ≥20 ± 1.0 mm in all the bacteria tested (100%), followed by extract-chloramphenicol (90%) | extract-ciprofloxacin = extract-tetracycline (70%) | extract-amoxicillin (60%) | extract-nalidixic acid (50%) | extract-erythromycin (40%) | extract-metronidazole (20%). The checkerboard showed synergistic interaction (61.25%), additivity/indifference (23.75%) and antagonistic (15%) effects. The synergistic interaction was most expressed
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Several Australian Acacias have become invasive when introduced into new areas within Australia. These invasive Acacias may have a detrimental effect on native flora and induce changes to below-ground microbial composition. Previous studies have shown that the invasive success of Acacias can be at least partly attributed to their ability to associate with N-fixing rhizobial bacteria. This study assessed the role of rhizobia in the invasion success of four Acacia species (A. cyclops, A. longifolia, A. melanoxylon, A. saligna) and closely related species Paraserianthes lophantha in their nonnative environment within Australia. Presence or absence of rhizobia in soils in both the native and introduced ranges of each species, as well as infectivity and efficacy, were estimated using the Most Probable Number (MPN) method to determine numbers of rhizobial cells/g-1 of soil. A glasshouse experiment had shown that there are significant differences in aboveground biomass between plants grown in soils ...
There are many symbiotic relationships in nature. Some relationships are visible: For example, cleaner fish remove parasites/dead skin from other fish and in doing so, provide a meal for themselves and clean the surface of the other fish. Other relationships are not so visible. One such invisible relationship occurs between the Bullhorn acacia and the ant. The Bullhorn acacia gets its name from the thorn-like structures on its branches, which resemble horns of a male bull. Unlike most acacias, the Bullhorn acacia lacks the bitter alkaloid which would normally protect the tree from attack by insects or grazing livestock. To compensate for the lack of this defence mechanism, the Bullhorn acacia produces protein-lipid nodules (Beltian bodies) which are used as a food source by ants living on the tree. These ants, which are harboured in the thorns of the Acacia, use the protein-lipid nodules to produce and secrete pheromones which are picked up as a deterrent by other insects and grazing animals. ...
Acacia dealbata (known as silver wattle, blue wattle or mimosa) is a species of Acacia, native to southeastern Australia in New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania, and the Australian Capital Territory and widely introduced in Mediterranean, warm temperate, and highland tropical landscapes. Along with other bipinnate wattles, Acacia dealbata is classified in the section Botrycephalae within the subgenus Phyllodineae in the genus Acacia. An analysis of genomic and chloroplast DNA along with morphological characters found that the section is polyphyletic, though the close relationships of many species were unable to be resolved. Acacia dealbata appears to be most closely related to A. mearnsii, A. nanodealbata and A. baileyana. It is a fast-growing evergreen tree or shrub growing up to 30 m tall, typically a pioneer species after fire. The leaves are bipinnate, glaucous blue-green to silvery grey, 1-12 cm (occasionally to 17 cm) long and 1-11 cm broad, with 6-30 pairs of pinnae, each pinna divided ...
Radiation quality was an important environmental cue to stimulate seed germination in Acacia mangium. The photosynthetic CO2 assimilation rate, dark respiration rate, total biomass, and relative growth rate of seedlings grown under monochromatic radiation were significantly lower than those of seedlings grown under full spectrum radiation. Blue and red radiation induced shade-avoidance and shade-tolerant responses of A. mangium seedlings, respectively ...
Physiological processes are influenced by environmental factors and plant characteristics. The distribution of photosynthetic capacity of phyllodes of Acacia mangium Willd. seedlings was studied in relation to the in vivo photosystem II (PSII) function, photosynthetic gas exchange, chlorophyll fluorescence and activities of antioxidant enzymes (superoxide dismutase (SOD) and ascorbate peroxidase (APX)) of phyllodes at different positions on seedlings. There was a vertical gradient in photosynthetic capacity of phyllodes along the shoot. Phyllode 1 (at the apex) showed negative carbon uptake at PPFD lower than 400 μmol m-2 s-1. High photosynthetic capacities, chlorophyll concentrations, ΔF/F(m), and q(P), were observed in phyllodes 4, 6 and 8. The high photosynthetic capacities of mature phyllodes could be attributed to the enhanced availability of CO2 and the high efficiency of PSII in energy absorption and utilization. Total SOD and APX activities (on a dry weight basis) were highest at ...
PT Musi Hutan Persada, a forestry company growing wood for pulp in South Sumatra manages about 200 000 ha of forest plantations, 90% of which consists of Acacia mangium. Most of the plantations are in an area with high rainfall and on red-yellow podzolic soil with inherently poor fertility and low p
Interlocked grains record change in the orientation of axial elements. In this report, vessel and fiber orientations in Acacia mangium Willd. were compared macroscopically and microscopically to analyze the interlocked grain. A method to print the cylindrical surface of a dry wood disk after bark exfoliation was devised to evaluate the stem axis and circumferential grain fluctuation and revealed circumferential heterogeneity in the vessel orientation. Fiber orientation manifested on some radial splits also was heterogeneous. A 3 mm-thick transverse plate was used to estimate vessel orientation with soft X-ray photography, which enables a wider-ranging evaluation than microscopy. Serial tangential thin plates and sections were used to measure fiber orientation angle with reflecting and polarized light microscopy, respectively, and fast Fourier transform. Both vessel and fiber orientations had a similar radial tendency and distinct inversion of the grain. However, the vessel orientation had a larger
Acacia fiber is derived from acacia gum, or gum Arabic, a sticky sap produced by the Acacia senegal or Acacia seyal tree. Acacia fiber powder is created by...
TY - CHAP. T1 - Phytochemistry, Ethnomedicine, and Pharmacology of Acacia. AU - Subhan, Nusrat. AU - Burrows, Geoffrey E.. AU - Kerr, Philip G.. AU - Obied, Hassan K.. PY - 2018/4/19. Y1 - 2018/4/19. N2 - Acacia sensu lato is a large and widespread genus of the family Fabaceae with more than 1350 species. Taxonomically, this genus is complex and has undergone substantial controversial revisions recently. Acacia have been used as folk medicines for the treatment of a wide range of disorders including gastrointestinal, respiratory, eye, skin, teeth, blood, uterine, and endocrine problems. Gums (heteropolysaccharides) and condensed tannins (flavan-3-ol derivatives) are the most commonly reported constituents in Acacia. Pharmacological studies, at least in vitro, have demonstrated antioxidant, analgesic, antihypertensive, antidiabetic, anti-Alzheimers, and antimalarial effects of Acacia extracts. A number of secondary metabolites including phenols, alkaloids, and terpenoids, some with useful ...
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Acacia Mining took pains to show it could not have underpaid taxes, at least not on the scale two Tanzanian presidential reviews estimated which was tens of billions in dollars. This goodwill gesture looks more like an admission of guilt. One wonders how much more Acacia will end up having to pay to the Tanzanians, not to mention how it will make the payment given its net cash resources have just ebbed at about $24m.. The most curious aspect of this, though, is why Barrick was so pliant? Acacia has the Tanzanian states allegations with the International Court of Arbitration and has set in place an operational plan that should see it withstand the impasse. And why did Barrick agree to have Acacia executives excluded from the negotiations with the government that led to the framework agreement?. Presumably Acacia chairman, Kelvin Dushnisky who is also the president of Barrick Gold, was in full agreement, or he would have relinquished one post of the other. Regardless of the politics, this turn of ...
Definition of False Acacia in the Legal Dictionary - by Free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. What is False Acacia? Meaning of False Acacia as a legal term. What does False Acacia mean in law?
Family: Fabaceae (Mimosoideae) Acacia originates from the Greek word for a sharp point and nilotica refers to the habitat where it was first described by scientists. In English it is called the Egyptian thorn, or scented thorn. The species is very variable in stature but is usually a multi-stemmed shrub and wooded grassland areas. It has prominent long, paired straight thorns. Notes that anything that looks like an Acacia but doesnt have thorns is not an acacia, and is probably an Albizia. It flowers mainly in the short rains, producing the fuzz balls characteristic of this sub-family. This species has sickly-sweet scented bright yellow flowers. The pods are sometimes curved, fleshy and hairy when young but becoming black when mature and releasing a sweet smell when crushed. The pods do not split along their length; instead they break up on the ground. The timber is dark brown and very hard. It can be used to make mine shafts, but more usually it is used for tool handles. Formerly the pods were ...
Acacia catechu (Mimosa family) stem bark extracts have been used traditionally as a dietary supplement as well as a folk medicine given its reported anti-inflammatory, immunomodulatory, hepatoprotective, antioxidant, anti-microbial and anti-tumor activities. The present study was undertaken to evaluate the anti-HIV-1 activity of the extracts from stem bark of A. catechu. The aqueous and 50% ethanolic extracts of A. catechu stem bark were prepared and 50% ethanolic extract was further fractioned by successively partitioning with petroleum ether, chloroform and n-butanol. All the extracts and fractions were evaluated for cytotoxicity and anti-HIV-1 activity using different in vitro assays. The active n-butanol fraction was evaluated for its inhibition against HIV-1 reverse transcriptase, integrase, protease, pro-viral genome integration and viral Tat protein mediated transactivation. The effect of n-butanol fraction on the induction of pro-inflammatory cytokines secretion in Vk2/E6E7 cells and
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1] Kodela PG, Tindale MD (1998) The reduction of Acacia burkittii to Acacia acuminata subsp. burkittii (Acacia sect Juliflorae: Fabaceae, Mimosoideae). Telopea 7: 415-417.. [2] Boland DJ, Brooker MIH, Chippendale GM, Hall N, Hyland BPM, Johnson RD, Kleinig DA, McDonald MW, Turner JD (2006) Forest Trees of Australia. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood.. [3] Maslin BR, McDonald MW (2004) AcaciaSearch-evaluation of Acacia as a woody crop option for southern Australia. Rural Industries Research Development Corporation Publication No. 03/017, Canberra.. [4] Cunningham GM, Mulham WE, Milthorpe PL, Leigh JH (1992) Plants of Western New South Wales, Inkata Press, Port Melbourne, Victoria.. [5] Gunn BV (2001) Australian Tree Seed Centre Operations Manual. Internal Publication, CSIRO Australian Tree Seed Centre, ACT. [Online at http://www.ensisjv.com/Portals/0/atsc-opmanualcomplete.pdf Accessed March 2008]. [6] Marcar NE, Crawford DF (2004) Trees for Saline Landscapes. RIRDC Publication Number 03/108, ...
This study quantified soil biogeochemical processes, and plant biodiversity (species numbers, abundance, species evenness and functional diversity), and examined the interrelationships in natural (terrestrial), invaded and cleared riparian ecotones in the Western Cape. The results of this study support the hypothesis, that invasion by acacia species has an impact on soil and microbial processes, but that these processes can recover when invaders are cleared. The results find key application in the Working for Water Program, in that removal of Acacia species may assist in the restoration of riparian ecotones. Although plant structure and diversity was not studied in depth, those aspects of function that received attention, indicate recovery of the natural state after the removal of Acacia species. However, more than seven years after the removal of Acacia species, effects (such as high available N) still remain, which need to be carefully considered in managing any clearing and follow-up ...
This study quantified soil biogeochemical processes, and plant biodiversity (species numbers, abundance, species evenness and functional diversity), and examined the interrelationships in natural (terrestrial), invaded and cleared riparian ecotones in the Western Cape. The results of this study support the hypothesis, that invasion by acacia species has an impact on soil and microbial processes, but that these processes can recover when invaders are cleared. The results find key application in the Working for Water Program, in that removal of Acacia species may assist in the restoration of riparian ecotones. Although plant structure and diversity was not studied in depth, those aspects of function that received attention, indicate recovery of the natural state after the removal of Acacia species. However, more than seven years after the removal of Acacia species, effects (such as high available N) still remain, which need to be carefully considered in managing any clearing and follow-up ...
Our goal is to build two cottages on the Acacia Ranch. One cottage will be a Christian rescue center for orphaned and abandoned children, ages two to five. We will house, feed and educate them until placed through adoption with their forever family. The second cottage will become a forever home for our children deemed "non-adoptable." To learn more about adoption and the orphan crisis in Kenya, click The Treasure House - Kenya. We know sustainability is one way ITHM can thrive in Kenya. Plans for sustainability development on The Acacia Ranch include food production with the purpose of feeding our rescued children at The Treasure House - Kenya and providing income.. Future plans also include a water project operating from the Acacia Ranch. ITHM will sell water from a borehole to the neighboring community. Water is scarce in Kajiado County, Kenya. ITHM will be a place to purchase clean water. The Acacia Ranch will soon be a model farm for Aquaponics and "Farming Gods Way." With food security as ...
TerraMais Acacia Metro Wire Dark Flooring & Paneling is a lustrous mosaic of rich, dark browns with darker grain accents. Just the ticket when your design calls for a darker dramatic element. Source: Acacia reclaimed from post-manufacturing fall-down in Southeast Asia. Species: Acacia. Color Tones: Shades of medium to darker browns, milk chocolate to dark coffee with black grain accents. Net Dimensions: 9/16 (14 mm) thick x 7-5/8 (19.5 cm) wide x 47-3/16 (120 cm) long. Construction: Reclaimed acacia wear layer comprised of multiple strips at 13/16 (20 mm) wide, joined in both width and length, over a plywood substrate Millwork: Tongue & groove profile, end-matched Character: Mixed grain and color variation with very occasional prefilled holes. Finish: Lightly wire brushed and prefinished with water-based stain and low-VOC satin polyurethane. Contractor Pricing - $13.45. ...
The study investigated the chemical properties, fatty acid profile and vitamin content of Acacia seeds using the method of analysis of official analytical chemists (AOAC methods), gas chromatography and high performance liquid chromatography, respectively. The acid value and iodine value ranged from 23.3 to 53.2 g KOH / kg) and 1522.8 to 1878 g iodine / kg, respectively. Stearic and olic acid were the dominant fatty acids in the samples, whereas eicosenoic acid (C20:1) was highest in both A. elacantha and A. tumida.. Tocopherol ranged from 724 - 897 mg / kg, whereas α- and β- carotene and cryptoxanthin ranged from 965 to 1724, 974 to 1919, 650 to 2286 μg / 100g, respectively. Pyridoxine, thiamine, folate, niacin and ascorbic acid (μg / 100g)ranged from 109 - 301, 88 - 223, 41 - 91, 53 - 109 and 77 -250, respectively. The Acacia oils compared well with conventional oil and the seeds are nutritious ...
Looking for information on the manga A Thousand Year Love Of Acacia? Find out more with MyAnimeList, the worlds most active online anime and manga community and database. Princess Acacia (name of a flower) of Libya is engaged to the the prince of Hittite. They are madly in love with each other. But Lamec, the young king of Egypt, while conquering Libya (and killing Acacias parents) falls in love with Acacia. He brought her back to Egypt with an intention of marrying her. But Lamec is already e...
Investors arent as thrilled with the story as they used to be. Acacia Communications stock is still down over 29% year to date despite a 12% rally in August. Quality issues are part of the problem. Specifically, Acacia had an issue with a contract manufacturer of its chip products in Q1 and as of Q2 was in the process of ramping up production to replace problematic components while serving new customer demands. "We are in the process of implementing enhanced quality initiatives, internally and with our suppliers and contract manufacturers. As we continue to scale rapidly with new products, we believe these enhanced quality initiatives will help prevent this type of a quality issue in the future," Acacia CEO Raj Shanmugaraj said in comments made to analysts in the Q2 conference call, according to a transcript made available by S&P Global Market Intelligence. If that sounds like good news, you wouldnt know it from the valuation. Acacia Communications stock trades for less than 15 times earnings ...
Investors arent as thrilled with the story as they used to be. Acacia Communications stock is still down over 29% year to date despite a 12% rally in August. Quality issues are part of the problem. Specifically, Acacia had an issue with a contract manufacturer of its chip products in Q1 and as of Q2 was in the process of ramping up production to replace problematic components while serving new customer demands. "We are in the process of implementing enhanced quality initiatives, internally and with our suppliers and contract manufacturers. As we continue to scale rapidly with new products, we believe these enhanced quality initiatives will help prevent this type of a quality issue in the future," Acacia CEO Raj Shanmugaraj said in comments made to analysts in the Q2 conference call, according to a transcript made available by S&P Global Market Intelligence. If that sounds like good news, you wouldnt know it from the valuation. Acacia Communications stock trades for less than 15 times earnings ...
The EFFs painfully slow patent busting project keeps on seeing success -- even if its taking forever. The number one patent on the list was Acacias streaming media patent, that was brought to court more than six years ago, basically going after anyone who did online streaming media. Acacia, of course, is one of the biggest and most well known of the patent hoarding firms that started getting lots of attention earlier this decade (the company now often tries to hide patents in shell companies, since the Acacia name is now so closely associated with "patent troll"). With this patent, Acacia was especially sneaky, in that it started by going after porn sites, figuring they wouldnt want to fight back ...
Acacia acquired 230 new patents (in 13 countries) from its recent purchase of Adaptix Technology, a 4G LTE ("Long Term Evolution", a high-speed wireless communications standard) technology developer, for $160 million. There are 15 "families" of patents within the portfolio, which cover many aspects of 4G and LTE technology. The company owns 100% of this patent portfolio, meaning it keeps all settlement winnings, minus costs for independent legal counsel. These outside firms typically retain 15%-20% of winnings when they are called in. Early licensing deals for the Adaptix patents have been completed with Microsoft and Samsung without litigation. Both companies entered into "structured settlements" with Acacia in 2010 and 2011, respectively, granting them use of Acacias entire portfolio for three years. Acacia has a similar agreement with Oracle, signed in 2010. The company has also asserted the Adaptix patents against AT&T, Motorola, and Nokia Siemens. The lawsuits were filed prior to the ...
Take a break from daily stress at Acacia Café, the no-hassle bakery, café, and coffee shop where fresh ingredients meet reasonable prices. Located in the Arcadia residence of Phoenix, Acacia Café is a great place to relax and grab breakfast, lunch, or a fresh cup of coffee. They offer fresh-baked rustic breads and morning pastries, breakfast scrambles, deli sandwiches, paninis, fresh salads, and in-house ground New England Coffee. Or, if youre on the go, Acacia Café will make your order to-go, and even offer catering services for your next party or office meeting. By using local ingredients at innovative recipes, Acacia Café is a favorite neighborhood coffee shop in Phoenix. ...
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Acacia trees produce gum arabic, a substance used to make adhesives, drugs, inks, and other products. The bark produces tannin, which is used in dyes. Many people plant acacia trees in gardens because of the trees beautiful flowers. In France the flowers of one type of acacia tree are used to make perfume.The golden wattle is the official flower of Australia. It is a symbol of unity because it grows all across the country,…
Acacia melanoxylon - Australian Blackwood - Timber, shelter. Height to 35m. A valuable timber tree with large dark green leaves.
Acacia melanoxylon - Australian Blackwood - Timber, shelter. Height to 35m. A valuable timber tree with large dark green leaves.
This page highlights species information RE: Acacia melanoxylon: info from PIER from the Pacific Island Ecosystems at Risk project (PIER) (http://www.hear.org/pier/).
It was first described by Europeans under the name Acacia Indica Farnesiana in 1625 by Tobias Aldini from plants grown in Rome in the Farnese Gardens from seed collected in Santo Domingo, in what is now the Dominican Republic, which germinated in 1611. Tobias Aldini included an illustration of the plant, which he contrasted with an illustration of the first known Acacia; Acacia nilotica. This first (European) illustration of the plant was later designated as the (lecto-)type.[20][21] In 1753 Linnaeus used Aldinis work as basis for his taxon Mimosa farnesiana. In 1806 Carl Ludwig Willdenow moved this taxon to the genus Acacia.[1]. Partly due to its wide distributional range the taxon has attracted many synonyms. Especially in the United States the taxonomy has been confused. In 1809 Willdenow described Acacia acicularis from Central America collected and named during Humboldt and Bonplands scientific expedition to the Americas.[5] Acacia ferox was described in 1843 in Belgium from collections ...
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Acacia heterophylla, the highland tamarind,[2] is a tree (or shrub in its higher places) endemic to Réunion island where it is commonly named tamarin des hauts[1] The tree has a juvenile stage where its leaves have a pinnate arrangement, but in the adult stage the leaves diminish and the phyllode becomes the dominant photosynthetic structure. It has been introduced into Madagascar[3] where it grows in a subhumid climate at an altitude of about 500-1000 m above sea level.[3] Genetic sequence analysis has shown its closest relative is Acacia koa of Hawaii; the estimated time of divergence is about 1.4 million years ago.[4][5] A. heterophylla sequences nest within those of the more diverse A. koa, making the latter species paraphyletic.[5] Both species are descended from an ancestral species in Australia, presumably their sister species, Acacia melanoxylon; the means of dispersal to Hawaii and then to Réunion (the latter trip a distance of 18,000 km) is thought to have been seed-carrying by birds ...
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