Pinus nigra


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Noun1.Pinus nigra - large two-needled timber pine of southeastern EuropePinus nigra - large two-needled timber pine of southeastern Europe
pine, pine tree, true pine - a coniferous tree
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The Austrian pine, Pinus nigra, is one of the most widely grown, its large dense head of dark green foliage making a brilliant windbreak.
The Austrian pine, Pinus nigra, is one of the most widely grown for landscape purposes, its large dense head of dark green foliage making a brilliant windbreak.
Ecosystem carbon accretion 10 years after afforestation of depleted subhumid grassland planted with three densities of Pinus nigra.
They survive inside micro-climates, often cool, humid and shady ravines, hosted within mountain forests of Pinus nigra subsp salzmanii, Quercus ilex, Quercus rotundifolia or Quercus faginea , all of which are identified by the Habitats Directive as priority habitats for conservation.
Comparative dendroclimatological studies of the impact of temeperature and rainfall on Pinus nigra Arnold and Pinus sylvestris in northwestern Poland.
The nearest source of boxwood today is located at least 50km from the site, while the nearest Pinus nigra populations are those of the Segura-Cazorla massif, 140km from the site.
The study area is covered about 40% by Mediterranean mountain forests mainly composed of Pinus brutia (Brutian pine), Pinus nigra (Crimean pine) and Quercus spp.
153 127 57 arizonica 1998 Austrian Pinus nigra [DELTA] 1995 128 95 55 Bishop Pinus muricata 2005 198 72 86 Border pinyon Pinus discolor 2005 61 46 28 Chihuahua Pinus leiophylla var.