Robinia pseudoacacia


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Related to Robinia pseudoacacia: black locust, False Acacia

Robinia pseudoacacia

toxic tree in the legume family Fabaceae; the bark contains a toxalbumin which causes purging and paralysis. Called also black locust, black acacia, false acacia, locust tree.
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The two species have also been reported to be the common associates of Aesculus indica, Ulmus wallichiana and Robinia pseudoacacia (Luna, 2005).
Efficient regeneration of plantlets from callus and mesophyll derived protoplasts of Robinia pseudoacacia L.
Black locust, Robinia pseudoacacia, and northern catalpa, Catalpa speciosa, both native to southeastern North America, are invading the forests near the confluence of the rivers.
And for those who want an instant garden, pounds 70 buys an eighteen-foot root-balled monster Robinia pseudoacacia from Wyevale Nurseries in Hereford.
Cuticular wax linear alkanes in leaves of Populus alba, Populus deltoides (Salicaceae), Robinia pseudoacacia (Fabaceae), Ulmus pumila (Ulmaceae) and Fraxinus americana (Oleaceae) from Tandil, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Season of heartwood formation and related cytological structure of ray parenchyma in Robinia pseudoacacia.
jacquemontii (Himalayan Birch, 30x13ft) is a brilliant feature tree or multi-stemmed specimen with incredible white bark which peels in paper like scrolls or Robinia pseudoacacia `Frisia' (20x13ft) needs a little shelter but will reward you with a rash of limey yellow leaves.
Microclimate of a natural pasture under planted Robinia pseudoacacia in central Appalachia, West Virginia.
I have a beautiful small tree in my garden, Robinia pseudoacacia Lace Lady, pictured right, with striking lime green dainty leaves in the summer thatdroop down from the branches.
Response of robinia pseudoacacia to cambial treatments of two herbicides.
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