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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New plantings will be implemented in the 45 pieces of mature trees in species composition Tilia cordata 9 pieces, 3 pieces Carpinus betulus, Quercus robur 12 pieces, nine pieces of Pseudotsuga menziesii, Picea abies 11 pieces, 1 piece Fagus sylvatica ~Pendula~ (trunk circumference 14- 16 cm).
A polysaccharide from Picea abies (spruce) may selectively enhance the growth of beneficial gut bacteria.
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).
Studied material: Junin de los Andes (Neuquen), Picea abies (Pinaceae, Norway spruce), 13-XII-2009, 1 alate and 2 apterous viviparous females.
spmce whole needle w 5 3 Picea abies needle tip w 71 78 (L.
Yellow poplar, also known as American white-wood, should not be confused with the softwood whitewood species Picea abies and Picea alba.
Ellenberg (1982) called the species a moder humus indicator, because it grows on litter under Picea abies (L.
The annual volume exploited which could be used for the manufacturing of eco-panels, provided by Picea Abies and Abies Alba is 58,6282 thou.
Three studies were from coniferous forests in southern Scandinavia with Picea abies as the predominant tree (Askenmo et al.
Our goal was to examine subcellular localization of 14-3-3 proteins in the elongating pollen tubes of the conifer Picea abies (Norway spruce).