Castanea


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A total of 360 mature capsules were randomly harvested in mid-December 2013, in the morning, of plants of nine cultivars ('Ibuki', 'Isumo', 'Kinshu', 'Moriwase', 'Okuni', 'Senri', 'Taishowase', 'Tamatsukuri' and 'Tiodowase')) and two selections ('KM-1' and 'KM-2') of hybrid chestnuts (Castanea crenata x Castanea sp.
Subfamilia Especie Numero de individuos Carolliinae Carollia perspicillata 23 Carollia castanea 4 Stenodermatinae Uroderma bilobatum 14 Sturnira lilium 6 Platyrrhinus helleri 3 Artibeus jamaicensis 1 Artibeus lituratus 1 Dermanura glauca 1 Tabla 2.
castanea que habita principalmente por debajo de los 1600 m de elevacion (Castano, 2011).
In East Asia, a skin firming/ antiwrinkle formulation features the inner shell of Castanea crenata as an active ingredient.
Castanea Partners is a middle-market private equity firm founded by operating executives and private equity professionals.
That tree was the American chestnut, Castanea dentata.
Las mieles han resultado ser: siete, mieles monoflorales de Rhamnus frangula (sanguino) (muestras no 1,4, 6, 9, 12, 14 y 15); dos, mieles monoflorales de Castanea sativa (castano) (muestras 7 y 8), y una miel monofloral de Erica (no 2).
The financing initiative was led by Castanea Partners and was also supported by existing backer Bain Capital Ventures.
Breeding was recorded frequently for Black Swan Cygnus atratus, Cape Barren Goose Cereopsis novaehollandiae and Chestnut Teal Anas castanea, less often for Pacific Black Duck Anas superciliosa and rarely for other species.
castanea en el campus, evidencia el uso y la importancia de areas con vegetacion densa en zonas urbanas dentro de las ruta de migracion.
Cryphonectria parasitica is an introduced fungal pathogen responsible for the decline of the American chestnut, Castanea dentata.
The chestnut blight fungus caused the virtual extinction of the dominant tree, Castanea dentata (American chestnut), which created large gaps in the forest canopy.