10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ZYGOPHYLLACEOUS»
Discover the use of zygophyllaceous
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to zygophyllaceous
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Microbiology of Tropical Soils and Plant Productivity
These strains could be cross-inoculated to produce effective root nodules with
some legumes such as Trifolium alexandrinum and Arachis hypogaea. They
reported in addition, however, that some of these zygophyllaceous species
Yvon R. Dommergues, H. G. Diem, 1982
Recently, it was discovered that the monophagous solanaceous feeder, L.
tumamoca, is capable of feeding on a zygophyllaceous plant. In the field, this
species normally feeds exclusively on Physalis wrightii (= P. acutifolia) (Table 1).
Pakistan Journal of Botany
Although there have been many physiological studies of Zygophyllaceous
nodules concerning fixation of nitrogen and relationship of nodulation to the
interaction of soil water contents and temperature (Sabet, 1946; Mostafa &
Mahmoud, 1951 ...
... the world — usually called lignum-vitae. According to the dictionary, lignum-
vitae is also known as the zygophyllaceous genus guaiacum — but this term,
obviously, isn't often used around shipyards. The wood, in addition to being very
Oregon and California: The Exploring Expedition to the Rocky ...
The day was still, and the heat, which soon became very oppressive, appeared to
bring out strongly the refreshing scent of the zygophyllaceous shrubs and the
sweet perfume of the acacia. The snowy ridge we had just crossed looked out ...
John Charles Frémont, 1849
Bedouin Ethnobotany: Plant Concepts and Uses in a Desert ...
The Arabic name harmal is also applied, mainly in other parts of the Arab world,
to the zygophyllaceous plant Peganum harmala L., also an important medicinal
but rarely seen growing in the study area. shih, Artemisia sieberi Besser ...
James P. Mandaville, 2011
The Seeds of Dicotyledons
... but not elongate, endotegmic cells; another (Tris- tellateia, with tardily
dehiscent samaras) has such lignified cells shortly elongate. Hence it is likely that
the Zygophyllaceous seed has lost the exotegmic fibres, even from the dehiscent
Memoirs of My Life and Times
The zygophyllaceous shrub had been constantly characteristic of the plains
along the river ; and here, among many new plants, a new and very remarkable
species of eriogonum (Eriogonum inyiaturn Torr. and Frem.) made its first
John Charles Fremont, 2001
A dictionary of terms used in medicine and the collateral ...
[GUAIACUM. ALinnean genus of plants of the natural order Zygophyllacese.] [1.
G. Arboreum. A species said to furnish some of the guaiacum of commerce.] 2.
Guaiacum officinale. Officinal Guaiacum ; a Zygophyllaceous plant, the wood,
Richard Dennis Hoblyn, 1865
The position of the genus Balanites is debatable. According to Record (1921),
Balanites differs from zygophyllaceous taxa like Bul- nesia, Guaiacum and
Porlieria in xylotomy. However, it is similar to these taxa in having thick-walled
fibres with ...
Subhash Chandra Datta, 1988