Wednesday, August 17, 2011

White Siris - Albizia procera

Development of these plants grow naturally in Australia and Oceania, including Papua New Guinea and South East Asia, South Asia. Provide fertile ground with acid to moderately tolerant of soil alkalinity, and pH 5.5 to 7.5; grow well in shallow soil but prefers alluvial soils. Can be up to the height of the tree 25 meters in diameter 35cm.
Current name: Albizia procera
Authority: (Roxb.) Benth.
Family: Fabaceae - Mimosoideae

Calotropis Albizia tree with the parachute open, up to 30 m tall and trunk of 35 (60 max.) Cm in diameter; Poly straight or crooked, up to 9 meters. Bark smooth, pale gray, green, yellow, green, brown or yellowish-brown with horizontal tops; underbark green, changing to orange below the surface; inner bark pink or straw colored; retained branches, glabrous.
Leaves with bipinnate 2-5 pairs of pinnae subopposite; rachis 10-30 cm, glabrous gland with 1 to 2.5 cm above the base; gland oval narrow from 0.4 to 10 mm long, sessile, flat or concave and disclike with margins raised; pinnae 12-20 cm, glabrous, 11/05 pairs of leaflets in the pinna, opposite, and was promoted to Sub-rigid skin, oval is similar to the 2 to 4.5 and semi-rhomboid (6 maximum). Q 1 to 2.2 (3.2 maximum). Length; base asymmetrical; summit, rounded or subtruncate, emarginate often mucronate, both surfaces of a few appressed puberulous, rarely glabrous on the upper side. Inflorescence composed of glomerules pedunculate collected in the armpits, a few pubescent panicle up to 30 cm, peduncle (0.8 minutes) from 1.5 to 2.3 cm long 0.2 to 5 together; flowers 15-30 glomerulus, and a uniform low (center flowers usually larger than those marginal), and bisexual.
A, large elongated, raised a gland located on the upper surface of the paper on the complex petiole 5-35 mm from the junction with the twig. Similar, smaller glands on the upper surface of the secondary axes between more distant pairs of leaflets. Bulletin of the blades 25-50 mm x 80-30.
Red fruit rich reddish brown, flattened Ages 1-20 x 1.8-2.5 cm, paper, glabrous, with distinctive markings on the seed; centuries mature, each containing the seeds of 6.12, and usually remain on the tree until the entire twig bearing shed centuries; small seeds, and green and brown, oval to round, flat, with the hard seed coat and smooth, 7.5-8 × 1.5 x 4.5 to 6.5 mm. Named after the noble race in the 18th century Florence, Filippo Del nature Albizzi. Name is derived from the species' gracilis, "a Latin word, meaning tall or too high, pointing to a possible rise of this type can be achieved.
 Common names

(Bengali) : koroi
(Burmese) : kokko-sit, sit, sitpen
(English) : acacia, albizia, brown albizia, forest siris, safed siris, tall albizia, white siris
(Filipino) : akleng parang
(Hindi) : gurar, karak, safed siris
(Indonesian) : ki hiyang, wangkal, weru
(Javanese) : weru
(Khmer) : tramkang, tronum’ kamphe:m
(Lao (Sino-Tibetan)) : `tho:n, tho:nx
(Malay) : oriang
(Nepali) : dun siris, seto siris
(Spanish) : abizia, acacia, tall albizia
(Tamil) : konda vagei, velvagai
(Thai) : suan, thingthon
(Trade name) : forest siris, safed siris, white siris
(Vietnamese) : mu[oof]ng xanh

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