Picea abies


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Noun1.Picea abies - tall pyramidal spruce native to northern Europe having dark green foliage on spreading branches with pendulous branchlets and long pendulous conesPicea abies - tall pyramidal spruce native to northern Europe having dark green foliage on spreading branches with pendulous branchlets and long pendulous cones
spruce - any coniferous tree of the genus Picea
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So here's a quick guide to growing some of your favourites: Spruce The traditional Christmas tree with the best fragrance is Picea Abies.
By what name is the tree Picea abies most commonly used as a Christmas tree better known?
Influence of progeny and initial stand density on the relationship between diameter at breast height and knot diameter of Picea abies.
Purified extract of Picea abies knots (NLT 90% 7-Hydroxymatairesinol).
Thus, the main objective of this study was to estimate changes in carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus pool linked to the notable soil properties and consideration of the distribution of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus pool to the depth of 50 cm in the pure Pinus nigra, Picea abies and mixed Pinus nigra--Picea abies stands in the degraded grasslands in Fandoglo region, Ardabil province of Iran.
8500 and 7300 cal yr BP, Picea abies, Larix sibirica, Populus tremula, Sorbus aucuparia and Alnus incana were subordinate species on a forest floor dominated by plant species characteristic of prealpine or subalpine woodlands.
A polysaccharide from Picea abies (spruce) may selectively enhance the growth of beneficial gut bacteria.
1992) encontraram um resultado semelhante ao usarem baixas quantidades de 2,4 Diclorofenoxiacetico (2,4-D) em celulas de Picea abies, quando a concentracao desse hormonio variou de 0-0,5 [micro]M, houve um incremento significativo no teor de lignina das celulas.
However, even there the territory suffered from felling and overgrazing due to use as a hunting reserve in the late 1800s-1900s (Falinski, 1988), which caused an expansion of Picea abies (Mitchell & Cole, 1998).