Prosopis is a genus of about 45 species of leguminous spiny trees and shrubs found in subtropical and tropical regions of the Americas, Africa and southwest Asia. They often thrive in arid soil and are resistant to droughts, on occasion developing extremely deep root systems. Their wood is usually hard, dense and durable. Their fruits are pods and may contain large amounts of sugar.
|Prosopis alba||Beta-phenethylamine and tryptamine|
|Prosopis alpataco||"Aerial parts" contain tryptamine. Phenethylamine derivatives.|
|Prosopis argentina||"Aerial parts" contain tryptamine. Phenethylamine derivatives.|
|Prosopis chilensis||"Aerial parts" contain beta-phenethylamine and derivatives plus tryptamine|
|Prosopis argentina||Exudate contains tryptamine. Phenethylamine derivatives.|
|Prosopis glandulosa||Alkaloids in bark and roots, tyramine and N-methyltyramine (a stimulant) in leaves|
|Prosopis juliflora||5-HTP (plant) and tryptamine (plant).|
|Prosopis nigra||Harman, eleagnine and N-acetyltryptamine|
|Prosopis pugionata||"Aerial parts" contain tryptamine. Phenethylamine derivatives.|
HERBACEOUS VEGETATION DIVERSITY AND ABUNDANCE BENEATH HONEY MESQUITE (PROSOPIS GLANDULOSA) IN THE SOUTH TEXAS PLAINS.(Statistical Data Included)
May 01, 2001; AbstractHoney mesquite (Prosopis glandulosa) is the dominant woody species on most rangelands in southern Texas, yet there is...