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Prospect of Milicia excelsa Welw. Berg for Multi- Tree Species Agroforestry. Smiaroubaceae of Open Access Journals Sweden. Full Text Available Background and Purpose: The population of most of our economically indigenous tree species in Nigeria is declining. Human activities and agricultural practices have been the ultimate contributors to this decrease.
In order to ameliorate the conflict between agriculture and forestry, agroforestry was introduced. However, most fraaksi the practiced agroforestry is based on single tree species. Agroforestry practiced using single tree species have been reported to be ecologically staggered and therefore it is pertinent that phytosociology of trees with agroforestry potential is studied in order to improve the sustainability of human livelihood.
The data were collected on Milicia excelsa Welw.
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Berg by enumerating the tree species and also by identifying and enumerating the tree species associated with the subject tree Milicia excelsa. Statistical analysis was done using percentages, Chi-square and charts. A total of 49 individual Milicia simaroubaceaae were encountered in the study area.
The results show 31 woody tree species associated with Milicia excelsa. Of all the associates Azadirachta indica A. The sex ratio of Milicia excelsa was discovered simaroubacewe be approximately 1: Based on the obtained results of this research it may be concluded that Milicia excelsa has the prospect of being used in agroforestry in multi- tree species systems.
Fruits are winged, wings many-nerved. Wood is used in making match sticks. Demography of the Brazil nut tree Bertholletia excelsa in the Bolivian Amazon: A demographic study was carried out on Bertholletia excelsathe Brazil nut treein two primary forest sites in Northern Bolivia where Brazil nuts have been harvested for several decades. To accurately estimate the genetic diversity and population simarouhaceae for improved conservation planning of Milicia excelsa treeindividuals from twelve population samples covering the species’ range in Benin were surveyed at seven specific micro satellite DNA loci.
All loci were variable, with the mean number of alleles per locus ranging from 5. Moderate but statistically significant genetic differentiation was found among populations considering both FST 0. All of the populations showed heterozygosity deficits in test of Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium and significantly positive FIS values due to inbreeding occurring in the species.
Bayesian analysis of population structure showed division of the genetic variation into four clusters revealing the existence of heterogeneity in population genetic structure.
Altogether, these results indicate that genetic variation in Milicia excelsa is geographically structured. Information gained from this study also emphasized the need for in situ conservation of the relict populations and establishment of gene flow corridors through agroforestry systems for interconnecting these remnant populations. The native natural strands of this tree are fast disappearing due to over exploitation.
This has led to inclusion of this plant in the list of endangered species. Extracts of tender vegetative regions of this plant are used as remedy for diarrhoea, dysentery, fever and toothache. The aqueous infusion of the wood is believed to The tree is scared with noval antidiabetic properties. Therefore, the propagation of this tree by tissue culture techniques is an urgent need and well justified.
Nodal segments containing axillary bud from 10 years old tree of P. The best shoot proliferation was obtained with Multiplication of in vitro shoots were achieved on MS Medium supplemented with Kn 9. Half strength MS medium supplemented with 4. In vitro regenerated plantlets with well developed roots were successfully hardened in a greenhouse. Full Text Available Positive and negative facilitative and competitive interactions of plants are important issues in autecology and can be evaluated by the spatial pattern analysis in plant ecosystems.
This study investigates the intraspecific interactions of Indian rosewood Dalbergia sissoo Roxb. Structurally different summary statistics nearest neighbour distribution function D r, K2-index K2 r, pair correlation function g r, and O-ring O r were also implemented to analyze the spatial pattern of the trees.
The results of D r and K2 r showed that the maximum distance to nearest tree was 12 m and density was decreased to this scale.
The results of g r and O r also revealed the significant aggregation of Indian rosewood trees at scales of 1. In general, it was concluded that Indian rosewood trees had positive intraspecific interactions in Indian rosewood Reserve of Khuzestan simarobuaceae and their aggregation showed their facilitative effects on one another.
Antiasthmatic and antiallergic potential of methanolic extract of leaves of Ailanthus excelsa. Full Text Available The aim of study was antiasthmatic potential of methanolic extract of leaves of Ailanthus excelsa Roxb.
Traditionally or in Indian system of medicine, A. Stem bark of A. The pollens of Ailanthus excelsa reported allergic in nature simroubaceae the time of collection of leaves were important in this study, generally the flowering stage of plant was avoided for the collection due to maximum chance of pollens at that time.
Methanolic extract of leaves of A. The extract showed the presence of flavonoids, terpenoids, saponins, quassonoids and test was also positive for alkaloids and steroids.
The extract also showed the presence of quercetin which is flavonoid and detected on the preparative TLC plate with the help of standard quercetin. Dose response studies of methanolic extract of leaves of A. The treatment with methanolic extract of A. Micropropagation of Pithecellobium dulce Roxb. Benth—a multipurpose leguminous tree and assessment of genetic fidelity of micropropagated plants using molecular markers. An efficient and reproducible protocol has been developed for in vitro propagation of Pithecellobium dulce Roxb.
Benth a multipurpose leguminous tree from field grown nodal segments axillary bud. Shoot bud induction occurred from nodal explants of years-old tree on Murashige and Skoog MS basal medium supplemented with 4. Full Text Available Recognizing that high litter fall and its rapid decomposition are key traits of simarubaceae species, litter fall and its decay in Sapium sebiferum Roxb.
Litter fall was monitored monthly and segregated into different components. Litter fall in both under-canopy and canopy gap was simarougaceae in November 1. Litter production in under-canopy and canopy gap was 4. These values are comparable to sal forest 1. The decay rate, 0. Owing to this the species may be able to modify the habitats aktkf its advantage, as has been reported elsewhere. Analysis of essential oil of eaglewood tree Aquilaria agallocha Roxb.
Full Text Available The study was carried out to find out the differences in composition of oils obtained from healthy, naturally infected and artificially screws wounds eaglewood Aquilaria agallocha Roxb. Natural healthy plants agar contained octacosane Natural infected plants agar super agar contained cycloheptane, 4-methylenemethyl 2-methylpropenylvinyl- Artificially screw injected plants agar contained diisooctyl phthalate This study showed a marked difference in the oil compositions among the treatments with regards to their quality.
Tree height-diameter and yield functions for Gmelina arborea roxb Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and regression analysis. Linear, logarithmic, polynomial, power and exponential height-diameter and stem volume models were fitted to the dataset.
The predictor was tree Dbh cm. The developed models were assessed using coefficient frksi determination R2 and root mean Benth-a multipurpose leguminous tree and assessment of genetic fidelity of micropropagated plants using molecular markers. Addition of adenine sulphate AdS to this medium further enhanced the number of shoot buds up to In vitro rooting was achieved on MS medium supplemented with 2.
The micropropagated shoots with well developed roots were aktig in green house in pots containing sand, soil and manure 1: The amplification products were monomorphic in micropropagated plants and similar to those of mother plant. No polymorphism was detected revealing the genetic uniformity of micropropagated plants.
This is the first aktfi of an efficient protocol for regeneration of P. Radioecology of Picea excelsa L. Within the area of the radiation anomaly near Kowary Sudeten Mountains the spruce Picea excelsa occurs in habitats with natural soil gamma radiation within 0. By way of detailed ecological analysis 5 stentopic habitats of spruce development were selected differing in radiation intensity.
In these habitats the intrapopulation variability, radioactivity and ecological properties of the Picea excelsa populations were investigated. It was demonstrated that radiation within the above mentioned range is an essential ecological limiting factor, conditioning ecotypic differences in Picea excelsa.
The limiting influence of radiation is manifested in a high frequency of development anomalies in the spruce population. Full Text Available Within the area of the radiation anomaly near Kowary Sudeten Mountains the spruce Picea excelsa occurs in habitats with natural soil gamma radiation within 0. By way of detailed ecological analysis 5 stenotopic habitats of spruce development were selected differing in radiation intensity. Site properties for Crimean juniper Juniperus excelsa in semi-natural forests of south western Anatolia, Turkey.
We explored the semi-natural forests in south frqksi Anatolia along a gradient between Mediterranean and continental climates to determine the site requirements of Juniperus excelsa in Turkey. We hypothesized that environmental variables and indicator species can be used to predict differences in occurrence and cover of J. Plant species composition and environmental variables were assessed in plots.
The tree species avoids Eumediterranean and Supramediterranean plant communities. Twelve plant species, including the herbs Dianthus zonatus, Ajuga chamaepitys and Paronchia carica and the shrub Cotoneaster nummularia may be used as site indicators for J.