Phillyrea


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Synonyms for Phillyrea

small genus of evergreen shrubs of the Mediterranean region

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Phillyrea latifolia, and Arbutus unedo in a holm oak forest of NE Spain.
Dune systems throughout the Mediterranean, for example, provide suitable environments for shrubs such as Phillyrea, Pistacia, and junipers (Juniperus phoenicea, J.
The understory was mainly Pistacia lentiscus, and the surrounding vegetation was a mixture of abandoned Olea europaea groves, dense-to-open maquis dominated by Quercus calliprinos, Phillyrea media, Pistacia lentiscus, and Ceratonia siliqua, and dense-to-open shr ubland (batha) dominated by Sarcopoterium spinosum, Cistus spp.
1985, Howe 1990b, 1993), Phillyrea in Spain (Herrera et al.
There are in particular a lot of Phillyrea occidentalis cultivars, which offer golden colour and varying degrees of rates of growth.
Plants such as phillyrea and deciduous rhododendrons, which provide masses of interest through along season and little maintenance, may become more popular, he predicted, while we are moving away from static gardens, low-maintenance, minimalist plots which don't change through the season and are lacking in personality.
graecus, Pistacia terebinthus, Paliurus spina-christi and Phillyrea latifolia, and Leuceana leucocephala, an introduced species were studied.
Lignan and phenyl propanoid glycosides from Phillyrea latifolia and their in vitro antiinflammatory activity.
Patel (1978) indicated that Osmanthus, Phillyrea, Notelaea, and Nestegis have similar wood anatomy.
Quercus ilex, Phillyrea latifolia, Arbutus unedo and Rhamnus alaternus
Its basic component is Halimium halimifolium, associated with Phillyrea angustifolia, ling (Calluna vulgaris), heath (Erica scoparia) and rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis).
terebinthus, Phillyrea lazifolia, and Quercus coccifera.
Dominant woody species at the site are Quercus ilex, Phillyrea latifolia, Viburnum tinus, and Arbutus unedo.