Pyrus communis

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Synonyms for Pyrus communis

Old World tree having sweet gritty-textured juicy fruit

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Limitacoes ao uso de Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera: Apidae) para a polinizacao dirigida de cultivares: um estudo de caso com a pereira-portuguesa (Pyrus communis
2008, Raitri, Sahiwal, Sargodha; 1 immature, Tamarindus indica, 1.04.2009, Sargodha; 2 immatures, Pyrus communis, 23.02.2009, Sahiwal, Sargodha; 1 immature, Citrus limonia, 16.03.2009, Sahiwal, Sargodha; 2 immatures, Acacia nilotica, 9.11.2008, Raitri, Sahiwal, Sargodha.
Perenityl IS (ISP/Vincience) (Pyrus communis (pear) seed 0.40
Though all pears share a common parentage, the firm, crisp Asian pear differs genetically from the soft buttery flesh of the more common European varieties (Pyrus communis).
Chen CG, Pu ZY, Moritz RL, Simpson RJ, Bacic A, Clarke AE, Mau SL (1994) Molecular cloning of a gene encoding an arabinogalactan-protein from pear (Pyrus communis) cell suspension culture.
Pear trees, known by the commercial names Swiss pear, European pear and pearwood, belong to the species Pyrus communis. Pears of this species grow in Europe and Western Asia.
Pyrus communis, the European pear, also known as a dessert pear.
The ED method was originally developed for pear (Pyrus communis L.) (Dereuddre et al., 1990) and adapted for grass (Chang et al., 2000).
Valencia 3888.4 30 Citrus paradisii 9364.0 39 Sapotaceae Pouteria gardneriana 791.6 56 Passifloraceae Passiflora caerulea 33.1 2 Rosaceae Pyrus communis 27001.5 181 Santalaceae Acanthosyris spinescens (*) 3015.3 308 Plant taxa No.
In Brazil, the highlands of Santa Catarina State present favorable areas for european pear production with high cold demand (Pyrus communis L.) (IUCHI et al., 2008).