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ecology of Pterocarpus Angolensis DC in Tanzania.

S.B Boaler

ecology of Pterocarpus Angolensis DC in Tanzania.

by S.B Boaler

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Published by H.M.S.O. in London .
Written in English


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SeriesGreat Britain. Ministry of Overseas Development. Overseas research publications;no.12, Overseas research publications / Great Britain. Ministry of Overseas Development -- 12
ContributionsGreat Britain. Ministry of Overseas Development.
The Physical Object
Pagination128p.,ill.,25cm
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19610543M

JSTOR Plant Science: Pterocarpus angolensis Kew Herbarium catalogue: Pterocarpus angolensis Mansfeld World Database of Agricultural and Horticultural Crops: Pterocarpus angolensis Plants of the World Online: Pterocarpus angolensis The Plant List (version ): Pterocarpus angolensis Tropicos: Pterocarpus angolensis Wikipedia: Pterocarpus angolensis. Tree vegetation and size structure was sampled in a miombo woodland area in E Tanzania and related to environmental factors, particularly soil and disturbance history. A total of 86 tree species was found. Four plant communities were distinguished through multivariate classification. Community 1 was dominated by Brachystegia boehmii, Brachystegia bussei and Julbernardia globiflora, and.

The diversity, structure, species composition, and above ground biomass of woody plants on Ngomakurira mountain in Zimbabwe were studied. A systematic random sampling approach was adopted to establish 52 sampling plots measuring 10 × 10 m across 3 study strata in the ha study area. Woody species occurring in each plot were identified and the circumferences of trees with diameters . Journal of Tropical Forest Science 10(3): - () References , S.B. The Ecology of Pterocarpus angolensis DC. in Tanzania.

Boaler, S. B. (). The Ecology of Pterocarpus angolensis DC. in Tanzania. 9- x 6 in. paper. Pp. viii + , with 13 text-figures. Ministry of Overseas Development, Overseas Research Publication, No. London: H.M. Stationery Office. Price?2. This is a thorough study of the autecology and silviculture of a tree species producing a valuable. Pterocarpus angolensis DC. (Fabaceae) also known as Kiaat, Transvaal teak or bloodwood tree is one of the most integral African savannah trees used in timber production (Mendelsohn and Obeid, ). In Namibia, P. angolensis is situated in the north-eastern regions of .


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Ecology of Pterocarpus Angolensis DC in Tanzania by S.B Boaler Download PDF EPUB FB2

Pterocarpus angolensis (African teak, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zaire, Zimbabwe,and Zambia. Ecology. Pterocarpus angolensis grows in southern and eastern Africa over a wide range of localities where there is a dry season contrasting with a wet season.

It grows best where it is warm and free of : Fabaceae. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Boaler, S.B. Ecology of Pterocarpus Angolensis D.C. in Tanzania. London, H.M.S.O., (OCoLC) The ecology of Pterocarpus Angolensis DC in Tanzania (Great Britain. Ministry of Overseas Development.

Overseas research publications;no) by S.B Boaler | Jan 1, Unknown Binding Effet in vivo de Parkia biglobosa et de Pterocarpus erinaceus: Sur l’installation larvaire de Haemonchus contortus chez les ovins Djallonké (Ovis amon.

Pterocarpus angolensis is a hardwood species subject to heavy exploitation throughout miombo woodlands of south-central Africa. Rates of natural recruitment measured in western Tanzania were found to be low, with only a third of parent trees generating any Cited by: The Dynamics on the Ecology of Pterocarpus angolensis DC.

Sadiki TS 1, Tshisikhawe MP 1 * and Potgieter MJ 2. 1 Department of Botany, School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences, University of Venda, Private Bag x, ThohoyandouSouth Africa. 2 Department of Biodiversity, University of Limpopo Private Bag X, Sovenga,South Africa *Corresponding Author:Author: Sadiki Ts, Tshisikhawe Mp, Potgieter Mj.

Pterocarpus angolensis is a medium sized deciduous tree with an open, rounded or spreading crown; it usually grows from 5 - 20 metres tall but specimens up to 35 metres are recorded Tanzania to Angola, south to S. Africa. Habitat Found in all types of woodland and wooded savannah[ An excellent online database of a huge range of.

Tree regeneration and understory response to selective cutting of Pterocarpus angolensis DC, and Sterculia quinqueloba Sim, was measured outside Katavi National Park, Tanzania. Contrary to expectations, a selective harvest had no effect on tree recruitment for either species in this miombo woodland.

Description and Ecology of Pterocarpus angolensis in Namibia F. Graz Polytechnic of Namibia; P/BagWindhoek, Namibia [email protected] Abstract The tree Pterocarpus angolensis is an important component of the dry woodland savanna of northern Namibia.

Its timber provides the basic resource for much of the carvings in Namibia. Pterocarpus angolensis can withstand temperatures 2,15,27,28 as low as 4°C. DESCRIPTION OF THE TREE. Pterocarpus angolensis is a deciduous tree with a straight stem and leafy open flat or rounded spreading cr It is a medium to large sized tree growing up to 16 m high, reaching 28 m under favourable conditions 3, Established inthe IUCN Red List of Threatened Species has evolved to become the world’s most comprehensive information source on the global conservation status of animal, fungi and plant species.

Pterocarpus angolensis is being cut for construction and medicinal purposes through much of southern Africa. To assess the sustainability of this offtake, we estimated current harvest practice, population size structure, growth rates and seed production in protected and unprotected areas of Rukwa Region, western Tanzania.

Pterocarpus angolensis grows in the warm, frost-free areas in the northeast of the country, extending into Zimbabwe, northern Botswana, Mozambique and Namibia and northwards into other parts of Africa.

It grows in bushveld and woodland where the rainfall is above mm per year, and it favours rocky slopes or well-drained, deep, sandy soil. Pterocarpus angolensis DC is an angiosperm plant that belongs to the family Fabaceae, subfamily Faboideae.

It is a deciduous tree, usually growing to 16 m in height, with dark brown bark and a high, wide-crowned canopy of shiny compound leaves. Pterocarpus angolensis is an important timber tree of the miombo woodlands of sub-Saharan Africa.

The species only grows in natural mixed forests and little is known about is productivity potential. Also in Tanzania, Congo, Angola, Namibia, South Africa (Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal Provinces) and Swaziland.

Ecology Widespread in miombo and other deciduous woodlands, often co-dominant, and in wooded grassland, on sandy soils and granite outcrops; 0– m. Conservation. Pterocarpus angolensis is a hardwood species subject to heavy exploitation throughout miombo woodlands of south-central Africa.

Rates of natural recruitment measured in western Tanzania. 2 Population size structure and recruitment rate in Pterocarpus angolensis, an exploited tree species in miombo woodlands, Tanzania Abstract Pterocarpus angolensis D.C.

is a leguminous tree indigenous to the East African mainland. Its distribution corresponds. Kiaat, Dolfhout, African teak, Bloodwood, Umbila, Mukwa and Mulombe are just some of the many common names of Pterocarpus angolensis, one of the prime timber species of the woodlands of southern names reflect its wide distribution and the many different cultures of people who use this tree in many different ways.

VDC/Distribution modelling for Pterocarpus angolensis – Approved manuscript 3/40 1. Introduction Pterocarpus angolensis DC. is a dry woodland tree species belonging to the family of the Fabaceae and can be found in most of tropical southern Africa, including the Miombo woodlands. (). Germination of Pterocarpus angolensis DC.

and evaluation of the possible antimicrobial action of the phloem sap. South African Journal of Plant and Soil: Vol. 15, No. 4. Pterocarpus tinctorius is a useful timber tree, providing a fair quality wood that is an interesting substitute for the wood of Pterocarpus angolensis, the latter being subject to unsustainable harvesting in many r, Pterocarpus tinctorius has been studied insufficiently, and it is difficult to determine its prospects as a commercial timber tree under sustainable management.Pterocarpus angolensis DC.

Selected images: Click on each image to see a larger version and details of the record View all images (22) Drawing: Patricia Bingham.This leaflet on Pterocarpus angolensis contains brief notes on taxonomy and nomenclature, distribution and habit, uses, botanical description, a fruit and seed description, flowering and fruiting habit, harvest information, seed processing and handling, seed storage and viability, seed dormancy and pretreatment, sowing and seed germination and phytosanitary problems.