Cryptomeria japonica

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Synonyms for Cryptomeria japonica

tall evergreen of Japan and China yielding valuable soft wood

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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.
Caption: Figure 3--Principal component 1 (PC1) versus PC2 score plot for before and after 24-hour seawater immersion with (a) Cryptomeria japonica, (b) Chamaecyparis obtusa, and (c) Larix kaempferi.
Therefore, I conducted a field study of pollens of anemophilous flowers and plants that bloom during March and April in Nikko, and identified Cryptomeria japonica (Japanese cedar), Chamaecyparis (Japanese cypress), Betula, and Pinus densiflora.
2000) recomendamo plantio de Cryptomeria japonica em regioes altas e frias no sul do Brasil, onde apresenta rapido crescimento e boa adaptacao as condicoes edafoclimaticas.
Does the brown-marmorated stink bug, Hatyomorpha halys (Stal) (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) reproduce by feeding on the cones of Japanese cedar, Cryptomeria japonica D.
Great choices: Juniperus compressa Compressa, Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Ellwoods Gold, Cryptomeria japonica Sekkan-Sugi, Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Springtime, Pinus leucodermis Schmidtii.
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.
En este trabajo, se logro establecer in vitro yemas de Cryptomeria japonica provenientes de arboles de 20 anos de edad.
Similar in colour but with more texture is the feathery foliage of Cryptomeria japonica.
Cryptomeria japonica `Tansu': This attractive dwarf slowly forms a broad pyramid of mid-green, its ropelike branchlets clothed with needles that twist spirally around the stem.
Ikeda (2006) obtained similar results from the analysis of the behavior of wood from Cryptomeria japonica.
Properties of woodceramics made from thinned logs of Cryptomeria Japonica D.
1998) observed that at high loadings of 210 to 225 percent, styrene could prevent decay in Cryptomeria japonica D.
Antifungal activity of the bark of Cryptomeria japonica and its relevant components.