Daniellia oliveri is a slow-growing, deciduous tree with a flat-topped, spreading, dense crown; usually growing 9 - 25 metres tall, but with occasional specimens as tall as 45 metres.
Daniellia oliveri is a medium-sized, deciduous tree growing to a height of 25 m (80 ft) or more. It has a sometimes twisted trunk up to 200 cm (80 in) in diameter, and a broad, flat-topped crown, and usually lacks branches on the lowest 9 m (30 ft) of trunk.
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Daniellia. Rolfe (1912) described Paradaniellia oliveri which Hutchinson and Dalziel (1928a) treated as synonymous with Daniellia. In the first published key of the genus, eight spe-cies were accepted ( Hutchinson and Dalziel 1928b ). Species boundaries were defined by the number of lateral nerves per.
AT0111 Eastern Guinean forests AT0130 Western Guinean lowland forests AT0707 Guinean forest-savanna mosaic AT0722 West Sudanian savanna AT1403 Guinean mangroves.
Daniellia oliveri in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. Accessed on 07-Oct-06. Accessed on 07-Oct-06. Vernacular names ( edit ).
Classification. Click on a scientific name below to expand it in the PLANTS Classification Report.. The Plants Database includes the following 3 species of Daniellia. Click below on a thumbnail map or name for species profiles.. Daniellia ogea gum copal tree Daniellia oliveri African copaiba balsam tree Daniellia thurifera Niger copal.
Daniellia is a genus of legume in the family Fabaceae, named after William Freeman Daniell. This Fabaceae-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.
Classification of agroforestry (AF) systems is necessary in order to provide a framework for evaluating systems and developing action plans for their improvement. The AF Systems Inventory (AFSI) being undertaken by ICRAF provides the background information for an approach to classification.
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PubMed: Effects of Daniellia oliveri stem bark and leaf extracts on rat skeletal muscle. PubMed: Effects of Daniellia oliveri bark on isolated rat bladder. PubMed: Plant products used as mosquito repellents in Guinea Bissau, West Africa. PubMed: Effects of Daniellia oliveri bark on isolated rat bladder.
Semi Anthelme, TRAORE Flavien. Anti-inflammatory activity of the aqueous extract of Daniellia oliveri (Fabaceae). IAIM, 201 6; 3 (2 ): 1 -9. Abstract Daniellia oliveri is a common plant in Africa and widely used by the population. It is found in the wooded savannahs as well as in dry forests. The medicinal properties of Daniellia oliveri are.
These results indicated that the use of burning H. suaveolens or D. oliveri indoors at night repelled endophagic mosquitoes and may contribute significantly to reducing the prevalence of diseases caused by pathogens transmitted by house-frequenting, nocturnally blood-feeding arthropods.
It is often associated with Uapaca togoensis, Daniellia oliveri, Burkea africana, Erythrophleum africanum, Butyrospermum paradoxum, Diospyros mespiliformis, etc. In structural terms, these are mixed, woody and herbaceous formations with maximum heights ranging between 12-18 m, whose woody cover often exceeds 50 percent.
The traditional veterinary pharmacopoeia is a common practice of smallholders and pastoralists to treat small ruminant gastro-intestinal parasitism in the Central Plateau of Burkina Faso. The remedies made from plants such as Anogeissus leiocarpus and Daniellia oliveri are commonly used to treat this disease. In this study, surveys were conducted to understand the traditional practice use of.
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Abstract: This study focus on land use-land cover changes relation to the multidimensional characteristics of spatial and temporal patterns of land dynamics and social practices. The objectives are to characterize the dynamics of land-use and land-cover changes from 1992 to 2015, and to identify the drivers of deforestation and land degradation.
The woody vegetation of the Middle Casamance region in Senegal was studied by means of a field survey consisting of 141 detailed releves of the tree and shrub crown covered by species. A classification was obtained by isolation of groups of releves in the ordination diagrams obtained by detrended correspondence analysis (DCA).