Australian New Crops Info 2014
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Listing of Interesting Plants of the World:

Pterocarpus erinaceus

Keywords

[Total number of keywords: 932]

 

Pterocarpus erinaceus (20), West Africa (20), Medicinal plants (14), Benin (11), Ethnobotany (11), Traditional medicine (11), Remote sensing (9), Burkina Faso (8), savanna (8), Conservation (7), Disturbance (7), Khaya senegalensis (7), Rhizobia (7), Afzelia africana (6), Antioxidant (6), Diversity (6), Internet resource (5), Biodiversity (4), Bradyrhizobium (4), Diet (4), dry forest (4), Malaria (4), Nigeria (4), Phylogeny (4), Senegal (4), Species richness (4), Vegetation (4), Africa (3), biomass (3), chimpanzee (3), Cytotoxicity (3), Deforestation (3), Ethnomedicine (3), Multipurpose leguminous tree (3), Nitrogen fixation (3), Pan troglodytes (3), Parklands (3), Phosphorus (3), Plasmodium falciparum (3), Population structure (3), Pterocarpus (3), Regeneration (3), Size-class distribution (3), Sudanian savanna (3), Togo (3), tropical trees (3), Wood (3), ‘greening’ (2), Aboriginal (2), Abundance (2), Acacia (2), Acacia macrostachya (2), Acacia nilotica (2), A–Ci curves (2), Active fire (2), AFLP (2), African traditional medicine (2), Afzelia africana Sm. (2), Agonlin (2), Agroforestry (2), Albizia (2), Analgesic (2), Animist (2), Anogeissus leiocarpa (2), ANOSIM (2), Anthelmintic screening (2), Antibacterial activity (2), Anti-inflammatory (2), Antimalarial (2), Antimalarial plants (2), Antimalarial remedies (2), Antimicrobial (2), Antiproliferative (2), Antitrypanosomal activity (2), Argemone mexicana (2), Atropine sulphate (2), Australia (2), Azorhizobium (2), Bark stripping (2), Caenorhabditis elegans (2), Castor oil (2), Charcoal meal (2), Coppicing trees (2), Cover crops (2), Dahomey gap (2), Decision tool (2), Degradation (2), Dendrochronology (2), Diarrhea (2), Diphenoxylate (2), drought tolerance (2), ecological differences (2), ecology (2), Entropooling (2), Eucalyptus spp. (2), evolution (2), Functional traits (2), Ghana (2), Habitat characteristics (2), Haemolytic (2), human impact (2), human population density (2), Hutchinson & Dalziel (1954–1972) (2), insectivory (2), Kino (2), Lama forest reserve (2), Land disturbance (2), land use (2), leaf functional traits (2), leaves (2), local ecological knowledge (2), Mali (2), Management (2), Man-made forest systems (2), Mean difference in yield (2), migration (2), MODIS, Burnt area (2), Mortality (2), Mycorrhiza (2), N-demethyloxysanguinarine (2), Niger (2), nitrogen (2), Non-timber forest product (2), NPP (2), NTFP harvest impact (2), Oldenlandia affinis (2), Parasitism (2), Pharmacognosy (2), Phenolics (2), Phenology (2), photosynthesis (2), Phytochemical (2), plant extracts (2), Plasmodium berghei (2), Polyphenolics (2), Prophylaxis (2), Prosopis africana (2), Quantitative ethnobotany (2), Ring-barking (2), rodent (2), Sahel (2), Sahelisation (2), Savanna fires (2), Seedling (2), seedling survival (2), Self-care (2), sheep (2), shrew (2), Sida acuta (2), Soil and water conservation (2), species differences (2), Species distribution (2), species inventory (2), species shift (2), stoichiometry (2), structure (2), Sub-humid tropics (2), Sub-Saharan Africa (2), Sub-Sahel (2), Symbioses (2), Symbiosis (2), Tannins (2), termite fishing (2), The Gambia (2), Traditional healers (2), Traditional knowledge (2), trees (2), Trichilia emetica (2), tropical rain forest (2), Trypanosoma brucei brucei (2), vegetation communities (2), vegetation dynamics (2), Wari-Maro (2), Western Africa (2), woody plants (2), woody species (2), Zornia glochidiata (2), 16S–23SrDNA IGS sequence (1), 16SrDNA sequence (1), 23S rRNA (1), Achromobacter (1), adaptation (1), Aegyptopithecus (1), Africa, conservation, local knowledge, quantitative ethnobotany, savanna vegetation, sustainable use. (1), Afrormosia laxiflora (1), age (1), Agriculture (1), Agropastoralism (1), Ailanthus excelsa (1), Alédjo (1), Alkaloids (1), allelopathy (1), allometry (1), Alzheimer disease (1), Alzheimer's disease (1), Aménagement (1), animal models (1), Anti-cancer agents (1), Antidiabetic plants (1), Antifungal activity (1), Antimalarial activity (1), Antimicrobial activity (1), Antiplasmodial assays (1), apiculture (1), Apidium (1), Arbuscular mycorrhizas (1), Archaeology (1), area-wide integrated pest management (1), Arid regions (1), Arid zone (1), Aromatic plants (1), Baphia nitida (1), bark (1), Bark regeneration (1), Bas-fond hydrology (1), Bassila (1), Behaviour (1), Bénin (1), beta-amyloid peptide (1), biochemical pathways (1), biogeography (1), biomass production (1), biomedicine (1), Bradyrhizobia-biodiversity (1), branches (1), Breonadia salicina (1), Browsing (1), bushbuck (1), Cambium (1), Cameroon (1), Canonical Correspondence Analysis (1), Carbon (1), carcass composition (1), carcass yield (1), Cattle (1), Cell lines (1), Cenchrus ciliaris (1), Centella asiatica (1), Change detection (1), chemical composition (1), chemical constituents of plants (1), Chemotaxonomic procedure (1), Cissampelos owariensis (1), Classification (1), classification of isoflavonoid containing plants (1), climate change (1), climate reconstruction (1), climate variability (1), Cocoa agroforest (1), Cola nitida (1), Colobus vellerosus (1), Colonial history (1), Combustion completeness (1), communities (1), compatibility (1), competitiveness (1), complete count (1), Composite material (1), Correspondence analysis (1), Côte d'Ivoire (1), Cover (1), Crocuta crocuta (1), crop yield (1), cultured cells (1), Cutting cycle (1), cytogenetics (1), Dahomey corridor (1), dalbergia lactea (1), Dalbergia latifolia (1), dalbergia saxatilis (1), DBH (1), dendroclimatic proxy (1), Dendroclimatology (1), desert margins (1), Desertification (1), Determining factors (1), Diabetes (1), Dialium guianense (1), Diameter growth (1), Diamètre minimum d’exploitabilité (1), digestibility (1), Diptera (1), Disappeared species (1), dry matter (1), dual symbiosis (1), Dyestuff (1), eastern Saloum (1), Ecological indicators (1), Ecological variation (1), Economic tree species (1), Ectomycorrhizal fungi (1), Ectomycorrhizal synthesis (1), ectomycorrhizas (1), ENSO (1), environmental change (1), Environmental monitoring (1), Environmental protection (1), equations (1), Erythrophleum (1), Essential oil (1), Estrogen (1), Ethnic groups (1), Ethnopharmacological screening (1), Ethnopharmacology (1), Ethnozoology (1), Exudates (1), Farmers' knowledge (1), feeding ecology (1), fertility control (1), Fidelity level (1), field cage (1), field experimentation (1), Field performance (1), Field study (1), fire (1), flowers (1), fodder shrubs (1), fodder tree (1), forage quality (1), Forest condition scoring (1), Forest conservation (1), Forest fragments (1), forest management (1), Free radical scavenging (1), Fruit-feeding insects (1), Fuel moisture content (1), fuel wood (1), Fuel-wood (1), Fulani (1), Fulße (1), Fungi (1), Gastroprotection (1), gender (1), General population (1), Genetic diversity (1), geographical distribution (1), Gliricidia sepium (1), Glossinidae (1), Goats (1), Granular composition (1), Grass yield (1), Grazing (1), Growth performance ∙ Khaya senegalensis (1), Guinea (1), Guinea–Conakry (1), Guinea-Bissau (1), habitat fragmentation (1), hamsters (1), Harvest (1), height (1), Hepatoprotection (1), herbal medicine (1), herbal medicines (1), Herbalists (1), herding (1), herding territories (1), Heteranthera callifolia (1), high-value timber (1), Histopathology of liver (1), Historical sources (1), Homopterocarpin (1), honeybee (1), household (1), HPLC (1), Human pressure (1), Hydrologic processes (1), Immunosuppressive activity (1), improved fallow (1), in vitro studies (1), India (1), indigenous medicine (1), indigenous plant knowledge (1), Indomethacin (1), Infectious diseases (1), Informant consensus factor (1), inhibitory effect (1), insect attack (1), Intake (1), Intensification (1), isoflavonoid evolution (1), isoflavonoid lines in Dalbergieae (1), isoflavonoid lines in Lotoideae (1), isotope labeling (1), Ivory Coast (1), Jola (1), Land cover (1), Land cover change (1), Land cover changes (1), land degradation (1), land use change (1), Land use dynamics (1), Land use impact (1), Land-cover type (1), leaf litter leacheate (1), legumes (1), Leguminosae (1), Leucaena (1), LH and FSH release (1), lianas (1), Life cycle (1), Livestock (1), Logit model (1), LPS profiles (1), Machaerium (1), machaerium lunatus (1), Madagascar (1), Man and Biosphere (1), Mapping (1), measurement (1), mechanism of action (1), medicinal properties (1), medicinal trees (1), melliferous plant (1), metabolites (1), Millettia (1), Minimal logging diameter (1), models (1), Mosaic landscape (1), multipurpose trees (1), Multistate capture–recapture models (1), natural forest (1), Natural products (1), Natural resource management (1), NDVI (1), neem tree (1), Niokolo Koba National Park (1), nitrogen-fixing trees (1), Nomographs (1), nondestructive methods (1), Non-timber forest products (1), nursery stock (1), nutrient uptake (1), oestrous cycles (1), Oldenlandia (1), Oral diseases treatment and prevention (1), Ordination (1), ovarian follicles (1), ovarian function (1), Pachyrhizus ahipa (1), Pain (1), Paleoclimate (1), Paracetamol (1), Parkia biglobosa (1), PDA detection (1), peptide precursors (1), peptides (1), performance (1), Permanent plots (1), persistence niche (1), Pharmacological studies (1), phenolic compounds (1), Phloem (1), Phylogenetic incongruence (1), pistachio (1), Plant communities (1), plant morphology (1), plant species (1), planting (1), pods (1), Polystyrene (1), Population dynamics (1), population growth (1), prediction (1), Prescribed burns (1), pressure (1), primate evolution (1), primate habitats (recent and fossil) (1), Proliferation (1), Prosopis (1), Prosopis juliflora (1), protein content (1), protein synthesis (1), pterocarpus lucens (1), pterocarpus mildbraedii (1), Pterocarpus santalinus (1), Pterocarpus sp. (1), Pterocarpus spp. (1), Rauwolfia vomitoria (1), RDNA sequencing (1), Recruitment (1), re-growth (1), resource management (1), Resources management (1), Resprouting (1), resprouting ability (1), Rhizobium (1), rodents (1), root collar diameter (1), Root suckers (1), Root:shoot ratio (1), roots (1), Rosmarinic acid (1), Rotation (1), Rubiaceae (1), Runoff generation processes (1), Sahelian (1), Salvia (1), sandwich method (1), Saturated conductivity (1), savanna living (1), savannas (1), Savanne der Sudanzone in Westafrika (1), Sawdusts seriated (1), Sclereids (1), SDS-PAGE analysis (1), sea surface temperature (1), seasonal variation (1), Securidaca longepedunculata (1), seedling growth (1), seedlings (1), Semi-arid zone (1), semiarid zones (1), serum inactivation (1), shoots (1), shrews (1), silage (1), SIT (1), sitatunga (1), soil fertility (1), Soil physical properties (1), Soil type (1), solvents (1), South Africa (1), Spatial approach (1), Spatial pattern (1), Species composition (1), Specificity (1), spotted hyaena (1), stable isotopes (1), Stand (1), Stem densities (1), sterile insect technique (1), Steroid-dependent transcriptional activity (1), Stylosanthes hamata (1), Sudan (1), Sudanian (1), Sudanian climate (1), Sudano-Guinean (1), sustainability (1), sustainable harvesting (1), Symbiotic nitrogen-fixing bacteria (1), taxonomy (1), Thermal conductivity (1), Toposequence (1), TP-RAPD fingerprinting-ITS sequencing (1), Traditional use (1), Tragelaphus spekei (1), Transects (1), transfer (1), Trapping culture (1), tree crown (1), tree demography (1), tree growth (1), Tree height (1), tree rings (1), Tree uses (1), Triterpenoid (1), tropical savanna (1), Tropical treesEctomycorrhizal fungi (1), TWINSPAN (1), Ulcer (1), urine (1), vegetation degradation (1), Vegetation structure (1), Vegetation type (1), vegetative growth (1), veterinary medicine (1), Vietnam (1), vulnerability (1), W. Africa (1), Waste recycling (1), water stress (1), Wechiau (1), West African plants (1), West African savanna (1), West-African forest (1), westafrikanische Savanne (1), wood cutting (1), Woodland (1), Woody vegetation (1), wound (1), Zea mays (1), Zizyphus mauritiana (1), β-Amyloid peptide (1), β-Proteobacteria (1), δ18O (1)

 

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