Picea glauca

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medium-sized spruce of northeastern North America having short blue-green leaves and slender cones


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Taxonomy and origin of present-day morphometric variation in Picea glauca (xengelmannii) seed-cone scales in North America.
Forbes), white spruce (Picea glauca (Moench) Voss), and western red cedar (Thuja plicata Donn).
MacKay, "Sequence analysis and functional characterization of the promoter of the Picea glauca Cinnamyl Alcohol Dehydrogenase gene in transgenic white spruce plants," Plant Cell Reports, vol.
Pyrimidine metabolism during somatic embryo development in white spruce (Picea glauca).
Em especies florestais, a primeira metodologia de transformacao usando o bombardeamento foi descrita para coniferas da especie Picea glauca (ELLIS et al., 1993).
This group includes many people's favourite - picea glauca albertina "conica" - whose attractive shape and slow growth makes it a super specimen for a small border.
Picea glauca, the white spruce, is one of the most common trees in Alaska's forests today, says Lynn L.
McDonald oak Quercus macdonaldii hybrid Black Hills Picea glauca var.
Dwarf Alberta spruce (Picea glauca albertiana 'Conica').
lucida 1 white spruce Picea glauca 1 lodgepole pine Pinus contorta var.
Crabapple,apple Morus alba White mulberry Nyssa sylvatica Black gum Ostrya virginiana Ironwood Picea glauca densata Black hills spruce P.
Meesia triquetra Thuidium delicatulum Campylium stellatum X Drepanocladus aduncus X X X Scorpidium scorpioides Calliergon stramineum Calliergon trifarium Polytrichum strictum Conifers Picea glauca X X X X Picea mariana X X Picea sp.
We examined the RAH and CAH for white spruce, Picea glauca (Moench) Voss, by comparing budburst on unexploited shoots with that on adjacent shoots bearing a stem galler or on adjacent shoots or branches that had been subjected to one of two levels of herbivory by a defoliator or by a defoliator/stem feeder in the previous year.
The poorer vigor of progenies from nearest neighbor crosses, relative to longer distances crosses, has been interpreted as inbreeding depression and an indirect measure of relatedness in Picea glauca (Coles and Fowler 1976; Park and Fowler 1984), Larix laricina (Park and Fowler 1982), and a number of small perennial species (e.g., Waser and Price 1989; Hauser and Loeschcke 1994; Waser and Price 1994), but has not been detected in some populations of short-lived plants (McCall et al.
Picea spruce Picea glauca (Moench) Voss white spruce Picea mariana (Miller) BSP black spruce Pilea pumila (L.) A.