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DALBERGIA MELANOXYLON
ROSEWOOD
DALBERGIONE
DALBERGIA SISSOO
SPP
CEARENSIS
TULIPWOOD
YIELDED
COCOBOLO
SALMON
TREAT
SPECIES
GENUS
DALBERGIA
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Definitions

  1. Dalbergia is a genus of about 100 species of trees, shrubs and climbers.
  2. Dalbergia is a large genus of small to medium-size trees, shrubs and lianas in the pea family, Fabaceae, subfamily Faboideae.
  3. Dalbergia is a genus of fine tropical forest trees and climbing shrubs of the order Leguminosae.
  4. Dalbergia is a genus of fine tropical forest trees and climbing shrubs of the family Leguminosae. (Web site)
  5. Dalbergia is a large genus of small to medium-size tree s, shrub s and liana s in the pea family, Fabaceae , subfamily Faboideae .

Dalbergia Melanoxylon

  1. A famous wood so named is that of Dalbergia melanoxylon, in English African blackwood and in East Africa known as mpingo). (Web site)
  2. Grenadilla is a name given to a number of different African black woods, most commonly Dalbergia melanoxylon (sometimes known as Mpingo).
  3. A common alternative is the species Dalbergia melanoxylon, a nearly black rosewood that is sometimes refered to as "striped" ebony. (Web site)
  4. Now here's more off the top of my head: Dalbergia melanoxylon (African blackwood) - THE wood for clarinets, flutes & other musical instruments. (Web site)

Rosewood

  1. Collectively rosewood denotes various species of dalbergia; in particular Rio or Brazil rosewood, Indian or Bombay rosewood, and Chinese huang-hua-li.
  2. Another classic rosewood is Dalbergia latifolia known as (East) Indian rosewood or sonokeling. (Web site)
  3. The Indian souvenir trade sells objects made of Dalbergia sissoo (sometimes stained purple) as if they were rosewood.
  4. -Collectively rosewood denotes various species of dalbergia; in particular Rio or Brazil rosewood, Indian or Bombay rosewood, and Chinese huang-hua-li.

Dalbergione

  1. The Dalbergia species are notorious for causing allergic reactions due the presence of sensitizing quinones in the wood. (Web site)
  2. Dalbergia cultrate: ( Burmese Rosewood) contains a dalbergione. (Web site)
  3. Dalbergia congestiflora ( Mexican Kingwood): contains a dalbergione. (Web site)
  4. Pallisander and jacaranda are other common names for Dalbergia; Jacaranda is also a botanical genus name.
  5. Reports of dermatitis from cocobolo, pallisander and jacaranda may refer to Dalbergia (Tottie 1939, Escartefigue 1935, Modlmayer 1931, Touraine et al.

Dalbergia Sissoo

  1. The pre-eminent rosewood appreciated in the western world is Dalbergia nigra, Brazilian Rosewood (now a CITES -listed endangered species). (Web site)
  2. Vidacovic, M. 1968. Propagation of shisham ( Dalbergia sissoo) by cuttings. (Web site)
  3. Results showed that in Acacia nilotica, Dalbergia sissoo, Fraxinus excelsior. (Web site)
  4. Shisham ( Dalbergia sissoo ), is an erect deciduous tree, native to India, Pakistan and Nepal.

Spp

  1. Amerimnon granadillo) has the same common names as D. retusa, Dalbergia hypoleuca and Dalbergia spp.
  2. They have now been found in other Dalbergia spp., Machaerium, Peltogyne and Goniorrhachis (Hausen 1970).
  3. They reported eight patients contact sensitive to rosewood ( Dalbergia spp.), seven men and one woman, aged from 46-60 years.

Cearensis

  1. Dalbergia cearensis, a smallish tree restricted to a small area in Brazil. (Web site)
  2. Binomial name Dalbergia cearensis Ducke Kingwood is classic furniture wood, almost exclusively used for inlays on very fine furniture. (Web site)

Tulipwood

  1. The genus Dalbergia yields other famous timbers such as rosewood, tulipwood and cocobolo.
  2. Like many members of the Dalbergia genus, Brazilian tulipwood has a pleasant scent when the wood is cut.

Yielded

  1. Cocobolo is a hardwood from Central America yielded by two to four closely related species of the genus Dalbergia. (Web site)
  2. For some decades it has been known to be yielded by Dalbergia decipularis, a species restricted to a small area in Brazil. (Web site)

Cocobolo

  1. About a dozen species of the large genus Dalbergia, are recognized as rosewoods. (Web site)
  2. Many species of Dalbergia are important timber trees, valued for their decorative and often fragrant wood, rich in aromatic oils. (Web site)
  3. Dalbergia humbertii is a species of legume in the Fabaceae family.
  4. The wood is also reported to be used to produce knife handles as a substitute for Cocobolo (Dalbergia ).
  5. I should have said "species OF Dalbergia and Pterocarpus". (Web site)

Salmon

  1. Rosewood, Bolivian (Dalbergia stevensonii) A dense hardwood, pinkish brown to salmon red with dark grain lines. (Web site)
  2. Tulipwood - (Dalbergia frutescens) Hard dense wood with a pinkish to yellowish heartwood with pronounced stripes of violet, salmon, and rose.

Treat

  1. Dalbergia can also be used externally to treat pain, swelling and bleeding caused by external injuries. (Web site)

Species

  1. The Dalbergia species are notorious for causing allergic reactions due the presence of sensitizing quinones in the wood. (Web site)
  2. Many species of Dalbergia are important timber trees, valued for their decorative and often fragrant wood, rich in aromatic oils. (Web site)

Genus

  1. The genus Dalbergia yields other famous timbers such as rosewood, tulipwood and cocobolo. (Web site)
  2. Cocobolo is a hardwood from Central America yielded by two to four closely related species of the genus Dalbergia.

Dalbergia

  1. Dalbergia is a genus of about 100 species of trees, shrubs and climbers.
  2. The wood is also reported to be used to produce knife handles as a substitute for Cocobolo (Dalbergia).
  3. Dalbergia is a large genus of small to medium-size trees, shrubs and lianas in the pea family, Fabaceae, subfamily Faboideae.

Categories

  1. Regions > Americas > Central America > Cocobolo
  2. Various Species
  3. Botany > Plants > Trees > Rosewood
  4. Large Genus
  5. Glossaries > Glossary of Wood /
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