Cryptomeria japonica


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tall evergreen of Japan and China yielding valuable soft wood

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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.
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.
Based on the results of the clinical allergological, immunoserological, and palynological examinations, I concluded that the 21 patients had pollinosis, with the causative allergen being pollen of Cryptomeria japonica D.
O objetivo do trabalho foi avaliar as correlacoes entre variaveis meteorologicas e o crescimento de um povoamento de Cryptomeria japonica com 25 anos de idade na Regiao Sul do Brasil.
Chang, "Mosquito larvicidal activities of extractives from black heartwood-type Cryptomeria japonica," Parasitology Research, vol.
A total of 180 identically dimensioned specimens were cut from the sapwood of the same fresh Cryptomeria japonica and were oven-dried.
Finally, in feeding choice experiments between sunflower seeds and seeds of Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica) or false cypress (Chamecyparis obtusa), second instar H.
Good stand-alone specimens in terracotta pots include the conical white spruce (Picea glauca albertian 'JW Daisy's White') for a formal look, while unusual conifers such as the Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria Japonica 'Sekkan Sugi') provide a taller, more feathery textured effect.
Great choices: Picea abies Little Gem, Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Gnome, Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Minima Aurea, Cryptomeria japonica Vilmoriniana, Picea abies Nidiformis.
Renowned for his Wink Chair, Kick Table, and the recent Dodo Recliner, Osaka-born Toshiyuki Kita's "Natura e Tecnologia" exhibit introduced his latest line of eco-friendly objects made with traditional Japanese woods, like Cryptomeria japonica and Paulownia shade trees, beautiful woodland species now threatened by ongoing development.
There are one or two plants that show this feature as a permanent part of their growing habit, including Cryptomeria japonica 'Cristata', Salix udensis 'Sekka' and Celosia argentea cristata.
During the post-war reforestation projects, Japan was implanted with an influx of Japanese cedar trees, (Cryptomeria Japonica) as they were easy to plant and would grow quickly.
Essential oils of leaf and bark of Cryptomeria japonica demonstrated high larvicidal activity against Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae) larvae (4).
Cryptomeria japonica vilmoriniana forms a slow growing mound of tightly packed curly leaves that are bright green when the plant starts into growth, but at this time of the year turn to a reddish purple ball.
I suspect that is not the image that inspired the common name for Cryptomeria japonica 'Spiralis,' a richly textured Japanese cedar with curly rings reminiscent of what (someone's) granny used to wear.