Cryptomeria


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Among conifers, he introduced hinoki cypress (Chamaecyparis obtusa), sawara cypress cultivare (Chamaecyparis pisifera), several cultivare of Cryptomeria japonica, umbrella pine (Sciadopitys verticillata), compact Japanese yew (Taxus cuspidata var.
Pyramidalis 2 Cedrus deodora 2 Pinus pinea 3 Cryptomeria Japonica 1 Picea orientalis 1 Sequoia sempervirens 3 Populus tremula 1 Trachycarpus fortunei 2 Alnus glutinosa 1 Quercus pontica 1 Juglans nigra 1 Laurocerasus officinalis 5 Eribotrya Japonica 5 Prunus ceracifera 'Atropurpurea' 1 Prunus subsp.
For SIMCA at the 24-hour immersion time, the percent correct classification was 94 percent for Cryptomeria japonica, 96 percent for Chamaecyparis obtusa, and 92 percent for L.
Chemical and antimicrobial properties of essential oils from three coniferous trees Abies koreana, Cryptomeria japonica, and Torreya nucifera" Journal of Applied Biological Chemistry, vol.
It was Japanese cryptomeria, soft, light-weight and beautiful to work with and the timber has a lovely grain.
Rachel Sussman's exploration of "Deep Time" was sparked more than a decade ago by a trip to see Jomon Sugi--an 83-foot-tall cryptomeria tree that has been living on a remote Japanese island for at least 2,180 years.
Resultados semelhantes foram encontrados por Carneiro (1985) e Santos (2000), para mudas de Pinus taeda e Cryptomeria japonica, respectivamente, concluindo que mudas maiores sao obtidas nos recipientes de dimensoes maiores, pelo fato de haver um maior crescimento do sistema radicular, e consequentemente, um maior ganho em biomassa seca das mudas.
Santos CB, Longhi SJ, Hoppe JM, Moscovich FA (2000) Efeito do volume de tubetes e tipos de substratos na qualidade de mudas de Cryptomeria japonica (L.
Role of tree diameter on the damage caused by the sugi bark borer (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae) to the Japanese cedar, Cryptomeria japonica.
Role of tree diameter in the damage caused by the sugi bark borer (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) to the Japanese cedar, Cryptomeria japomica.
The current vegetation is abandoned deciduous coppice forests of Konara oak Quercus serrata and conifer plantations of Japanese cedar Cryptomeria japonica (Kabaya 1975).
Se encuentra en concentraciones menores de 2 % en las especies de cedro japones Cryptomeria japonica [36], cedro noruego Chamaecyparis lawsoniana [37] y Pinus brutia y Pinus nigra en Turquia [38] y en comestibles como la zanahoria [39] y las moras [40].