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Due to public health recommendations, the Museum is temporarily closed to public visitors. Huinolo is an abundant shrub or small tree in tropical deciduous forest and thornscrub; it also occurs in the southern margin of Sonoran Desertscrub. This aggressive pioneer plant is often the dominant woody plant in disturbed habitats.
Huinolo is one of the few plants that can establish in abandoned buffelgrass pastures in TDF, shading out the grass in a few years. Over the following couple of decades the huinolo is then succeeded by a diverse tropical deciduous forest community. In contrast, conversion of thornscrub and desert to buffelgrass is not only more or less permanent, the buffelgrass invades and converts undisturbed contiguous habitat via fire.
Become a Member! Adopt a friend! Green Initiatives. Desert Diaries. Share your photos! Research and Conservation in Southern Sonora, Mexico Acacia cochliacantha huinolo, boatspine acacia Huinolo is an abundant shrub or small tree in tropical deciduous forest and thornscrub; it also occurs in the southern margin of Sonoran Desertscrub. Sapling Acacia cochliacantha in cleared field near Alamos, Sonora.
Photo: Mark Dimmitt Spines and foliage on a juvenile stem of Acacia cochliacantha. Spines are smaller or absent on mature stems. Photo: Mark Dimmitt Foliage and green pods of Acacia cochliacantha. Photo: Mark Dimmitt Huinolo is one of the few plants that can establish in abandoned buffelgrass pastures in TDF, shading out the grass in a few years. Acacia cochliacantha occurs from northern Sonora to Chiapas. Kinney Rd. Photo: Mark Dimmitt.
Spines and foliage on a juvenile stem of Acacia cochliacantha. Foliage and green pods of Acacia cochliacantha. Acacia cochliacantha colonizing an unmaintained buffelgrass pasture in Alamos, Sonora.
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Ethnopharmacology relevance: Acacia cochliacantha is a small tree whose foliage is traditionally used in Mexico for treatment of kidney pain, gastrointestinal illnesses and to kill intestinal parasites. In recent decades, the study of vegetal extracts has offered other possible alternatives for the control of Haemonchus contortus. Considering that this nematode affects dramatically the health and productivity of small ruminants, the aim of this study was to identify the anthelmintic compounds from A. Material and methods: In vitro egg hatch assay was conducted to determinate the anthelmintic effects of a HA-E 60g. The less polar compounds from ethyl acetate fraction were extracted by addition of dichloromethane offering a precipitate phase Mt-F, 1. All fractions were evaluated for ovicidal activity obtaining the egg hatching inhibition EHI, 0. Ivermectin 0.
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