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cabbage tree

1. a tree, Cordyline australis, of New Zealand having a tall branchless trunk and a palmlike top
2. any of several other similar trees of the genus Cordyline
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Andira then allegedly stabbed her nephew in the back with a kitchen knife, (https://www.ksat.com/news/woman-on-trial-in-nephews-fatal-stabbing) KSAT reported.
Andira vermifuga is a tree popularly known as "angelim-preto," "angelim-branco," or "mata-barata." The Andira species are commonly used for their anthelmintic properties (Silva et.
Jatropha curcas, Andira inermis, and Canella winterana were the third, the fourth, and the fifth most cited plant species, respectively, associated with cases of toxicity in Cuba from 1998-2007 [36].
Thus, the cultivars 'Maca', 'Caipira' and 'BRS Princesa' cultivated in Botucatu, SP, Andira, PR, and Goiania, GO (Ramos et al., 2009; Borges et al., 2011; Mendonca et al., 2013, respectively) showed lower values of pseudostem height in the 1[degrees] production cycle, in comparison to the cultivars evaluated in the present study (Figures 1A and 1B).
Confirma-se a ocorrencia de artefatos de tradicao Itarare em dois municipios da margem paranaense do Paranapanema: Porecatu e Andira. Nao encontramos correspondente dessa tradicao nos municipios opostos na margem paulista, pode ser por falta de pesquisas arqueologicas mais apuradas na margem direita de Sao Paulo.
The aim of this research work was to evaluate the effect of growing winter cover crops on soil chemical properties, and on the plant life cycle, on the yield of first crop and on the quality of 'Nanicao Jangada' banana fruits grow in Andira, Pioneer Northern Parana State, Brazil.
The feather was in the leaf litter at the foot of a Macayo tree (Andira galeottiana) at an elevation of 532 m above sea level (18[degrees]29'2.42,,N, 95[degrees]4'30.16"W).
No information was found regarding this aspect for the Fabaceae species Andira anthelmintica Benth.
Efecto del hidroxido de cobre sobre el crecimiento de las especies arboreas Pachyra insignes y Andira inermis en condiciones de vivero.