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Synonyms for Chamaecyparis

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Dating decline and mortality of Chamaecyparis nootkatensis in southeast Alaska.
We would like to reiterate that Ephedra has a pollination drop of enormous volume compared to some gymnosperms (Ephedra ~1000 nL versus Chamaecyparis lawsoniana ~10 nL).
Heartwood constituents of Chamaecyparis nootkatensis--carvarcol, nootkatin and chamic acid.
Some of my favourites are Chamaecyparis or Ellwoodii.
The use of thinning from Japanese cypress (hinoki: Chamaecyparis obtsusa Endl.
According to the Forest Service, the disease was first discovered in 1923 on ornamental Chamaecyparis lawsoniana growing in Seattle.
Specific detection of a basidiomycete, Phlebia brevispora associated with butt rot of Chamaecyparis obtusa, by PCR-based analysis.
Examples include chamaecyparis lawsoniana Minima Glauca and thuja occidentalis Danica.
Examples include Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Minima Glauca' and Thuja occidentalis 'Danica'.
Chamaecyparis thyoides wetlands and suburbanization effects of hydrology water quality and plant community composition.
I used everyday plants such as silver foliage of Santolina chamaecyparis Nana, purple-leaved berberis, golden variety of euonymus and, for the height at the back of the design, a Sorbus aria Lutescens.
EVERGREENS are important at this time of year and chamaecyparis is the most popular evergreen tree in Britain.
EVERGREENS are so important at this time of year and chamaecyparis is the most popular evergreen tree in Britain.
Since 1982 the Japanese government has protected Chamaecyparis obtusa where the oil is extracted from, and has only allowed the use of trees that have died naturally, or which have been recycled from the rebuilding of temples.
KEY WORDS: Atlantic white-cedar, Chamaecyparis, Cedar Swamp, Provenance