Sapium sebiferum

Sapium sebiferum

member of plant family Euphorbiaceae; contains an unidentified toxin which causes nephrosis and diarrhea. Called also Chinese tallow tree.
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Constraints on the utilisation of the invasive Chinese tallow tree Sapium sebiferum by generalist native herbivores in coastal prairies.
Gahlot, Antioxidant, Antibacterial and Phytochemical Studies of Leaves Extract of Sapium sebiferum L.
Crowfoot bearing small (Ranunculaceae) yellow flowers Ricinus communis Arind, Castor Oil Tall shrub bearing (Euphorbiaceae) Plant small flowers and dry bristly fruits Sapium sebiferum Pahari Shisham, Tree with Roxb.
maculosa Annual forb Grassland -USA Alliaria petiolata Biennial herb Hardwood Forest, North America Oenothera panciniata Annual herb Coastal sand dune-Japan Sapium sebiferum Perennial tree Hyric forest-USA Solidago canadensis Perennial herb Chongming Island, China.
Introduction, impact on native habitats, and management of a woody invader, the Chinese Tallow Tree, Sapium sebiferum (L).
Table 2: Exotic Natural Waxes Common Name INCI or Botanical Name Apple wax Pyrus malus Bayberry (Myrtle) wax Myrica cerifera Chinese wax Fraxinus chinensis Chinese Tallow wax Sapium sebiferum Esparto wax Stipa tenacissim Ilex Wax Ilex paraguariensis Japan wax Cotinus Coggygria Orange Peel wax Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Peel Wax Ouricouri wax Syagrus coronata Rice Bran wax Oryza sativa Sugar Cane wax Saccharum spp.
Germination and dormancy in seeds of Sapium sebiferum (Chinese tallow tree).
APPENDIX--Number of morphospecies and number of individuals of each arthropod taxa collected in Sapium sebiferum and mixed woodland (taxonomy after Triplehorn and Johnson, 2005).
leucantha Tallowtree Sapium sebiferum Tamarisk French Tamarix gallica Tamarisk Small-flower Tamarix paryiflora Torchwood Balsam Amyris balsamifera Torreya California Torreya californica Tree-cactus Deering Cereus robinii var.
A greenhouse experiment was conducted to determine the growth and performance of Sapium sebiferum (L.
Chinese vegetable tallow Sapium sebiferum Euphorbiaceae
ABSTRACT--Since its introduction early in the twentieth century, Sapium sebiferum L.