Zygophyllum


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Zygophyllum

plant genus in the family Zygophyllaceae; can cause nitrate-nitrite poisoning; suspected of causing mortality in sheep and cattle. Called also twin leaf. Includes Z. ammophilum, Z. apiculatum.
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Positive side: Pistacia lentiscus; Bryonia dioica; Avena sterilis; Withania frutescens; Arthrocnemum glaucum; Atriplex halimus; Acacia cyanophylla; Arundo donax; Asparagus stipularis; Typha latifolia; Calycotome intermedia; Ziziphus lotus; Zygophyllum sp; Solanum sp; Robinia pseudoacacia.
The results suggest that the activity of the plant Zygophyllum fabago Linn, may be due to synergetic effect of active compounds including those investigated in the present studies; thus this plant is a potential candidate for obtaining future new remedy against the infectious diseases caused by urease producing bacteria.
Steinberger Y, Loboda 1 (1991) Nematode population dynamics and trophic structure in a soil profile under the canopy of the desert shrub Zygophyllum dumosum.
2003), con respecto a la presencia de Zygophyllum fabago L.
Also, recent studies of pollen trapped in the cloth's fibres indicate that flowers of the plant zygophyllum dumosum, a spring-flowering plant limited to the Jordan valley and the Sinai, were laid on it at some point, also large numbers of gundelia tournetfortii, a thorny tumbleweed again of exclusively Middle Eastern provenance.
In addition, ad libitum fresh vegetation was offered, consisting of Atriplex halimus, Moricandia nitens, Zygophyllum dumosum, Lycium shawii, Anabasis articulata, and Thymelaea hirsuta, the dominant plants in the area inhabited by the gerbils.
echinatum are both polylectic with a distinct preference for Cardueae (Compositae) and Zygophyllum (Zygophyllaceae), respectively.
The semi-succulent dwarf shrub Tetraena qatarensis (= Zygophyllum q.
Genetic diversity among Zygophyllum (Zugophyllaceae) populations based on RAPD analysis.
Dominant plant genera were Tamarix, Haloxylon, Fagonia, Tribulus, Zygophyllum and Aristida.
italicum, Arundo donax, Paspalum paspalodes, Laburnum anagyroides, Robinia pseudoacacia, Oenothera glazioviana, Rosa foetida, Ailanthus altissima, Lippia filiformis, Zygophyllum fabago.
In under-shrub microenvironments, samples were collected under the dominant shrub, 50ram from its stem; at sites LAV and MAT this shrub was Sarcopoterium spinosum; at site SDE it was Zygophyllum dumosum.