CAPPARIS DECIDUA PDF

Usually, it is very common as a spiny bush in the dry region of Vagad, East Kachchh. Had clicked these pictures on the 3rd of August, while wayfaring through Suvai, East Kachchh. The rains have eluded Kachchh this year but Kair was flowering and fruiting with impelling vigour, I suppose this can be attributed to the amazing survival strategies of this xerophyte in the extreme conditions of an arid biotope. It seems paradoxical that plants should produce flowers and fruits during the driest period when there is maximum water stress. But a close inspection will reveal that this is an important adaptation for continuity of the populations.

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Usually, it is very common as a spiny bush in the dry region of Vagad, East Kachchh. Had clicked these pictures on the 3rd of August, while wayfaring through Suvai, East Kachchh. The rains have eluded Kachchh this year but Kair was flowering and fruiting with impelling vigour, I suppose this can be attributed to the amazing survival strategies of this xerophyte in the extreme conditions of an arid biotope.

It seems paradoxical that plants should produce flowers and fruits during the driest period when there is maximum water stress. But a close inspection will reveal that this is an important adaptation for continuity of the populations. By producing flowers about months before the rainy season the species ensures that the seeds are already in the ground when the rainy season begins.

The plant can afford this behaviour because of its ability to draw moisture from deeper soil layers. Wonderful pictures , write up and the pdf too. I have eaten Kerda achhar as an young child on visits to my grandma. But had never seen the flowers, everytime a capparis has been submitted here I have yearned to see the Kerda nu jaad.

Thank you, It is a wonderful pickle indeed. This particular big shrub of Capparis desidua was profusely flowering on the periphery of the Sanctuary and many Black Bucks were eating something from this shrub Since the leaves are very tiny and fall off very soon, they may be eating the flowers I am not sure.

Nice photographs! It is called Capparis decidua [not desidua]. Flowers not seen. This is Capparis decidua. Had posted some pictures from Kachchh a few months back.

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Goltilabar Capparis decidua Had posted some pictures from Kachchh a few months back. This particular big shrub of Capparis desidua was profusely flowering on the periphery of the Sanctuary and many Black Bucks were eating deckdua from this shrub The fruits are berry-like and contain many seeds. Capparis decidua From Panipat Refinery Area. This plant does not have leaves. Names of Plants in India site. Capparis decidua from Refinery Road Area Panipat: Capparis decidua is commonly known as karira[2] is a useful plant in its marginal habitat. Capparis decidua It is called Capparis decidua [not desidua].

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