Chamaecyparis


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Turlerine gore agaclar The number of buildings in front of the trees Cupressoparis leylandii 1 Cupressus macrocarpa 'Goldcrest' 3 Chamaecyparis pisifera 3 Cupressus sempervirens var.
Three wood species (Cryptomeria japonica, Chamaecyparis obtusa, and Larix kaempferi) commonly used in the construction of Japanese buildings and that constitute 70 percent of domestic logging were used in this study.
21) In this study, the pollen count included the number of Chamaecyparis (Japanese cypress) pollen, which shares common antigenic determinants with Japanese cedar pollen allergen.
If you are patient, try a line of chamaecyparis stardust to give a beautiful golden effect or chamaecyparis pembury blue for a blue tinge.
Growing right up against a corner of the house is a giant Chamaecyparis, or false cypress.
Bright and Ogard (2010) stated that the caterpillars of Hessel's hairstreak feed exclusively on Chamaecyparis thyoides (L.
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].
Chamaecyparis thyoides wetlands and suburbanization: effects of nonpoint source water pollution on hydrology and plant community structure.
The mountainous area is mostly covered by natural forests and conifer plantations of Japanese cedar Cryptomeria japonica or Japanese cypress Chamaecyparis obtusa covering 41.
This process is important because it allows the subsequent development of the embryo, especially in seeds characterized by a morphological dormancy (Immature embryo), like Chamaecyparis nootkatensis seeds.
A new substance (yoshiksol) with an interesting antibiotic mechanism from wood oil of Japanese traditional tree (kisohinoki), Chamaecyparis obtuse.
Dynamics of heterorhizic root systems: protoxylem groups within the fine-root system of Chamaecyparis obtusa.
In the course of screening for PP2C activators from natural sources, we isolated abietane-type diterpenes, pisiferdiol and pisiferic acid from Chamaecyparis pisifera.
2001), testando substratos de vermiculita fina e casca de arroz carbonizada, observaram que o susbtrato com vermiculita fina proporcionou maior desenvolvimento do sistema radicular de estacas de Chamaecyparis lawsoniana, tanto em comprimento, como em volume, em razao da grande capacidade de aeracao e retencao de agua.