ASPIDOSPERMA MACROCARPON PDF
Find technical and marketing information for lesser-used tropical timber species, LUS. Learn more on our Araracanga (Aspidosperma macrocarpon) page. H Aspidosperma macrocarpon Mart. is an accepted name. This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Aspidosperma (family Apocynaceae). Synchronism between Aspidosperma macrocarpon (Apocynaceae) resources allocation and the establishment of the gall inducer Pseudophacopteron sp.
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The period of aspodosperma flushing coincided with the highest levels of nitrogen allocated to the new leaves, and to the lowest levels of carbohydrates.
Moulding Molding operations are fair. Texture Fine texture is reported in this species. Boring Boring operations are reported to be fair. The phenology, infestation of galls, and the maacrocarpon and nitrogen contents were monthly evaluated in individuals, from September to September It is considered to be moderately difficult to season Drying Defects: It is found in lowland and low elevation montane rain forests up to m of altitude, in primary and secondary formations.
Aspirosperma higher availability of nutrients at the moment of gall induction was demonstrated and seems to be important not only for the establishment of the galling insect but also for the responsiveness of the host plant tissues. Scientific Name Aspidosperma macrocarpon Mart.
A population of Aspidosperma macrocarpon Apocynaceae aspidospegma leaf galls induced by a Pseudophacopteron sp. Odor typical odor, bitter taste.
Crossties 8 – Maderas latinoamericas. Color The sapwood is yellow, the heartwood is reddish yellow color.
Mcrocarpon General 1 – Tabela de resultados de ensaios fisicos e mecanicos. Assuming the morphological similarity between host leaves and intralaminar galls, a gradient from non-galled leaves towards galls should be generated, establishing a morpho-physiological continuum.
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Nailing Nailing properties are poor. The nutrients were previously consumed by the growing leaves, by the time aspisosperma gall induction. Bridges 2 – 25 madeiras da amazonia de valor comercial, caracterizacao, macroscopica, usos comuns e indices qualificativos. The leaves were infested in October, galls developed along the year, and gall senescence took place from March to September, together with host leaves.
The levels of carbohydrates were higher in galls than in non-galled leaves in time-based analyses, which indicateed their potential sink functionality. The boles are often straight and cylindrical, covered with a typically ridged bark.
ARARACANGA (Aspidosperma macrocarpon)
Furniture Cabinets 21 – Tropical timbers of the world. Tangential diameter of vessel lumina micras or less very small.
Grain It has interlocked grain. Parquet 15 – Empire Timbers. General Housing 10 – Silica in Timbers. In Brazil, the range for this species is the cerrado forests. Planing This species is easy to plane.
Scientific Name Synonyms Macaglia macrocarpa Mart. Fibers macrkcarpon distinctly bordered pits. Stake Posts 5 – Propriedades fisicas e mecanicas da madeira e do contraplacado de Aspidospdrma elliottii.
Rays more than 10 per mm abundant. Flooring 14 – Handbook of Hardwoods. The size of the mature tree is reported to be small to medium, attaining heights up to 20 to 30 m, and diameters of about 40 to 60 cm. In Axial macrocarpin absent or extremely rare, non visible with magnifying glass 8x.
The joint interpretation of phenology and nutritional metabolism provides important data on plant tissues reactivity and the period of gall induction. Sawing Cutting resistance is generally low. Vessel-ray pits similar to intervessel pits in size and shape. Minor warping and checking are reported. Heavy Packing 47 – Arvores Brasileiras. Our objective was to analyze the nutritional status and the establishment of a physiological continuum between the galls and the non-galled leaves of A.