Pinaceae


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The predominant plant families were Pinaceae and Moraceae, with five species each, followed by Fagaceae and Salicaceae, represented by four species each.
Among other gymnosperms, such as the Pinaceae and Cupressaceae, some taxa have pollination drop proteins in common (Wagner et al.
1980), manifestandose que existen plantas como las de la familia Pinaceae que tienen estructuras en las que almacenan este terpenoide y generan una fuente permanente de emision por la hoja (Schindler & Kotzias, 1989; Lerdau, Litvak & Monson, 1994).
Myrtaceae X Psidium guajava Myrtaceae X Pinus oocarpa Pinaceae Cynbopogon citratus Poaceae X Zea mays Poaceae X Grevillea robusta Proteaceae Prunus persica Rosaeae X Coffea arabica Rubiaceae X X Musa sp.
The Glossary could include some Scottish terms, such as laird, which are not explained in the text, and the Western Hemlock is Tsuga heterophylla (not Pinaceae tsuga
Sots'te' PINACEAE Pinus chiapensis K'uktoj (Martinez) Andresen PINACEAE Pinus oocarpa Schiede.
a member of Pinaceae, is an ever green tree of Himalayan origin and distributed from western Himalayan in Eastern Afghanistan, Pakistan, India and Western Nepal.
destacandose las especies Pinaceae y Cupressaceae que corresponden con la vegetacion predominante (Pinus patula, Cupressus lusitanica Miller) cercana a los apiarios de donde se colecto la muestra.
The plant species burnt were Acacia pycnantha, Cassinia arcuata, Eucalyptus tricarpa, Isolepsis nodosa, and Pinus pinaceae.
The major contribution of fence and fuel wood species was represented by Pinaceae (5 species), followed by Rosaceae (4 species) & Fagaceae (3 species).
The natural resins were the pine resin, exudated from Pinaceae, and the mastic resin, from Anacardiaceae trees.