Pistacia


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Related to Pistacia: Pistacia lentiscus
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Suaeda vera, Salsola oppositifolia y Atriplex halimus) al que acompanan algunas especies de mayor porte como Pistacia lenticus, Withania frutescens, Lycium intricatum y algunos ejemplares de Nicotiana glauca (Blanco 1988).
Influence of ripeness and drying process on the polyphenols and tocopherols of Pistacia vera L.
graecus, Pistacia terebinthus, Leuceana leucocephala, Paliurus spina-christi and Phillyrea latifolia harvested at before flowering, flowering and bear fruit stages based on their chemical composition.
The stomata density of pistachio cultivars on different pistacia rootstocks.
sylvestris, Myrtus communis, Pistacia lentiscus o Quercus coccifera (Tabla 3).
GC-MS analysis of penta- and tetracyclic-triterpenes from resin of Pistacia species.
pistacietosum terebinthi; thickets with a predominance of Pistacia terebinthus; Rhus coriaria shrublands; Ampelodesmos mauritanicus grassland (Helictotricho convoluti-Ampelodesmetum); and therophytic grassland referred to the alliance Trachynion distachyae.
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Chemical composition and antifungal activity of Pistacia terebinthus.
Effect of scarification, gibberellic acid and stratification on seed germination of three Pistacia species.
Faciaciones tipica luso-extremadurense y termofila marianico-monchiquense de Pistacia lentiscus (Rivas-Martinez, 2009).
The Board of Investments Extension Office (BEO) Davao gave a green light to Pistacia Mindanao Coffee Export, Inc.
The BOI Extension Office announced through a news release on Monday that it recently approved the P1-million coffee-growing venture of Pistacia Mindanao Coffee Export Inc.
Most of the jars revealed large quantities of resin, which were analyzed by experts at the National Gallery in London and found to be pistacia, related to the common pistachio tree.