Albizia amara subsp. sericocephala. Photo: Meg Coates Palgrave Matabeleland, Old Gwanda Rd, opp Chesa Forest Research Station. Albizia amara subsp. Much branched trees; to 13 m high; bark thin, surface grey, rough, scaly; blaze yellowish, branchlets brown, pubescent. Leaves bipinnate, alternate, stipulate;. Field Tips. Young shoots yellow-pubescent. The wood is purplish-brown with lighter bands. Flower. Flower-heads in axillary clusters or in racemes, cream.
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Albizia amara – Wikipedia
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Albizia amara can readily reproduce from coppices. A general description, with any kind of information about the taxon. Island Press; Washington, DC.
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It could be a moderate source of energy with a calculated content of digestible energy of about 8. Bitter Albizia Wheel Tree. Observation specific search options Observed during. India, Sri Lanka, parts of East Africa. Amaar searchable catalogue of grass and forage legumes. Fruit A straight, flat, compressed pod, wavy along margin; seeds more than 10, ovoid. Ruminants can feed its leaves. Albizia amara is a tree in the Fabaceae family. Identification and determination of chemical composition of some potential browses as livestock fodder in the central and North Western zones of Tigray, Amaara.
User specific search options User. It grows in places where annual rainfall is between and mm but tolerates as little as mm. Document specific search options Title.
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Significance of browses in the nutrition of Tswana goats. Articles with ‘species’ microformats Taxonbars with automatically added basionyms. Best supported on Google Chrome, Firefox 3. In ethnoveterinary medicine, preparations of leaves in mixture with other foliages are used to cure mastitis, and mites and ticks infestations in cows Reddy, Albizia amara is a slow growing species that has poor competitiveness.
General description of the sites where the species is found albizai, forest, environment or microhabitat.
Renu, Sanjana Julias Thilakar, D. Albizia amara is found in deciduous acacia forests from foothills at m and up to an altitude of m. Petiole and rachis with globose glands. Describes biorhythms – those states or conditions characterised by regular repetition in time, whether on the scale of seconds, hours, days, or seasons. It is used for construction, agricultural implements, and furniture.
It is also an ornamental tree in urban areas. Or, Login with your user account:. Elephants eat the leaves. Survival, growth and production of MPTS under silvipastoral system.
Dietary fibres in the nutrition of the growing rabbit and recommendations to preserve digestive health: It includes published material or suggestions from the author or others. Fodder for milking cows, leaves as local substitute. India, Sri Lanka and East Africa. No publications seem available in the international literature on the use of Albizia amara leaves in domestic rabbit feeding October Also includes information referring to territorial extension of the individual or group in terms of its activities feeding, mating, etc.