3 edition of Advances in tropical acacia research found in the catalog.
Advances in tropical acacia research
by Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research in Canberra, ACT
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||editor, John W. Turnbull.|
|Series||ACIAR proceedings ;, no. 35|
|Contributions||Turnbull, J. W.|
|LC Classifications||SD397.A2 A48 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||234 p. :|
|Number of Pages||234|
|LC Control Number||94121243|
Acacia gum is a dried exudation obtained from the stems and branches of natural strains of Acacia Senegal (L) Willdenow or closely related species of Acacia (Fam. Leguminosae). It consists mainly of high molecular weight polysaccharides and their calcium, magnesium and potassium salts, which on hydrolysis yield arabinose, galactose, rhamnose. Tropical medicine, medical science applied to diseases that occur primarily in countries with tropical or subtropical climates. Tropical medicine arose during the 19th century when physicians charged with the medical care of colonists and soldiers first encountered infectious diseases unknown in the temperate European climate. Several major advances in the control of tropical diseases occurred.
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Minquan Y and Z Yutian () Result from a four-year-old tropical acacia species/provenance trial on Hainan Island, China. In: J.W. Turnbull, ed. Advances in Tropical Acacia Research. Proceedings of an International Workshop Held in Bangkok, Thailand, February Publisher, pp. Author: Uraiwan Hanchor, Somporn Maelim, Wathinee Suanpaga, Ji-Min Park, Kyu-Suk Kang. Traditions and recent advances in tropical silvicultural research in Indonesia. J. Kartasubrata and K.F. Wiersum. Junus Kartasubrata and Kornelis Freerk Wiersum are associated, respectively. with the PROSEA project, Bogor, Indonesia. and Wageningen Agricultural University, the : This article is adapted, with permission, from a paper prepared for the Tropical Silviculture.
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Get this from a library. Advances in tropical acacia research: proceedings of an international workshop held in Bangkok, Thailand, February [J W Turnbull;]. The proceedings are presented of the second acacia workshop held by ACIAR, which aimed to provide a forum for scientists in ACIAR-supported projects to interact with other research workers on tropical acacias.
The workshop was co-sponsored by ACIAR and the Royal Forest Department, Thailand. There were 60 participants and 49 papers were presented. Recent advances in schistosomiasis have recognised both the parasite and the host immunopathological response in basic pathogenesis and its regulation.
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OUT OF STOCK Australian acacias have received attention in recent years because they are proving suitable for reforestation projects in the tropics. Since they are nitrogen fixing trees many species adapt well to poor soils.
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Turnbull, John W., editor. Canberra: ACIAR, Octavo, softcover. Price: $ AU. other currencies. Add to Cart. Stock ID. Abstract.
Industrial forest plantations are playing an important role in the forestry sector for both economic and environmental reasons. Some fast- growing species of tropical acacias, such as Acacia mangium, A. auriculiformis, A. crassicarpa and Acacia hybrids are among the most dominant trees in forest industrial plantations in Southeast Asia countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam Author: Arif Nirsatmanto, Sri Sunarti.
In: Turnbull JW, ed. Advances in tropical acacia research. Proceedings of an international workshop held in Bangkok, Thailand, February ACIAR-Proceedings-Series, No.
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The digit and digit formats both work. Format: Hardcover. Major problematic acacia species, introduction and current distribution Although there is an important number of invasive species within Acacia genus, we focused on Acacia dealbata Link, Acacia longifolia (Andrews) Willd., Acacia mearnsii De Wild., Acacia saligna (Labill) H.
Wendl. and Acacia melanoxylon R. due to their impacts worldwideCited by: 1. The ability of different rhizobial isolates collected from any one site to establish effective nitrogen‐fixing associations with host‐plants from that site showed significant variation in 22 host Acacia species and nearly all of 67 populations.
The average Acacia host–Rhizobium strain combination was only about 70% effective. Many combinations were far poorer; in a few cases the worst Cited by: Acacia mangium (Mangium) is the most commercially important and widely planted tropical acacia (Turnbull et al., a).
Large plantations have been established, mainly in Indonesia and Malaysia, to supply woodchips for paper pulp. Advances in tropical acacia research. Proceedings of an international workshop held in Bangkok, Thailand, February ACIAR-Proceedings-Series, No.
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Sim, B.L. & Gan, E. Performance of Acacia species on four sites of Sabah Forest Industries. – in Turnbull, J.W. Advances in Tropical Acacia Research. ACIAR Proceedings No. Snyder, E.B.
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Advances in Tropical Acacia Research, ACIAR proceedings No (). Result from a four-year-old Tropical Acacia Species/Provenance Trial on Hainan Island-China Jan Some fast- growing species of tropical acacias, such as Acacia mangium, A.
auriculiformis, A. crassicarpa and Acacia hybrids are among the most dominant trees in forest industrial plantations in. Tropical medicine is perceived by many to be the preserve of pith helmeted colonialists who talk of obscure parasitic diseases.
Reality in the late twentieth century is somewhat different, with post colonial clinicians, basic scientists, and epidemiologists contributing to our understanding of important public health problems. In this review we have chosen to focus on five tropical diseases Cited by: 1. The book "Recent Advances in Tropical Medicine" by Fairley, Woodruff, and Walters contains exactly what its title implies, a description of the recent advances in prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of tropical diseases.
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