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    Introduction Acacia Cornigera has been known as the bullhorn acacia. As its name suggests, the species Acacia Cornigera has horn-like thorns, which provide hostage for their mutualistic partners, known as the Acacia ants- Pseudomyrmex ferruginea. Other than that, what is special about Cornigera, is that it consists of yellowish nodules at the tips of their subdivided leaves. The yellowish nodules are Beltian bodies. They are rich in fats and proteins, providing the ants with food. In addition, they

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    Introduction Acacia senegal (L.) Willd. Leguminous tree, subfamily Mimosaceae is an important multipurpose tree of desert and commonly found in arid of Rajasthan, Gujarat and undisturbed area of Punjab and Haryana. Locally it is known as kumata / khair / kheri. In Gujarat it is known as kagar; goraduja baval. In Hindi it is also known as khor, humath. In other countries, it is known as geelhoak (Africans); alloba (Arabic); gum arbic, Sudan gum Arabic, gum acacia, three-throned acacia (English); acacia du senegal

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    One hot spring day, a wild cheetah named Uri sat on the Africa savannah underneath an Acacia tree. The hot sun bore down unto the tiny spotted cat, making him very uncomfortable and hot. Trying to cool off, Uri panted and panted. He rolled around and played with and old beetle that was slowly hobbling along, but couldn’t cool off. “I wonder what I could do to so that I wouldn’t be so hot.” He wondered aloud. If I could fly, then maybe I’d be able to escape the heat and cool off in the chilly winds

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    within the Leguminosae family is the Astragalus with over 2,000 species. The genus is native to the temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. Herbs and small shrubs are the main components of the Astragalus genus. Acacia is the second largest genus within the Leguminosae family, the Acacia family main... ... middle of paper ... ...flowers-and-weeds.com/Plant_Families/Fabaceae.htm Klitgård, B.B. & Lewis, G.P. (2010). Neotropical Leguminosae (Mimosoideae). In: Milliken, W., Klitgård, B. & Baracat

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    Jacaranda In Los Angeles and throughout Southern California, blooming jacaranda trees announce the coming of spring. This visually stunning tree can grow up to 100 feet tall, but most top out between 25 and 50 feet. Early growth is fast, but mature trees grow more slowly. Although some jacarandas exhibit an upright pattern, usually the branches are long and spreading, creating a wide and open crown. The bark is silvery gray to almost black and the lacy, fern-like foliage is bright green and

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