maritime pine

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Related to Pinus pinaster: Pinus radiata, Yohimbe, Pycnogenol

maritime pine

n.
A Mediterranean pine tree (Pinus pinaster) having long needles in clusters of two, thick bark, and large cones, and widely cultivated for timber, pulp, and resin.
Translations
Seekiefer
tengerparti fenyő
strandfura
해송
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2005) to develop a basal area growth model for Pinus pinaster stands in Galicia, and also by Tahar et al.
dorsatum stayed only a short time on Pinus pinaster Aiton after damage was observed, when adults had completed their flight period and disappeared under field conditions.
Esse valor foi praticamente o mesmo encontrado por Esteves, Domingos e Pereira (2008), estudando o efeito da temperatura de 180[degrees]C por 2h sobre o MOE da madeira de Pinus pinaster Aiton.
Pine bark extract from Pinus pinaster is positively listed in annex 1 of the French Plant decree (Arrete du 24 juin 2014 etablissant la liste des plantes, autres que les champignons, autorisees dans les complements alimentaires et les conditions de leur emploi).
Populations from older records, without GPS data, were confirmed by a visit to the mentioned location and visual inspection on potential areas of occurrence of Pinus pinea and/or Pinus pinaster, two species associated with J.
Influencia de la poda quimica en la biomasa y desarrollo radical de Pinus pinaster Ait.
Eucalyptus trees came from forests in the Brazilian state of Sao Paulo, Pinus elliottii trees from forests in the Brazilian state of Santa Catarina, and Pinus pinaster trees from a forest located in Galicia, Spain.
1998); ibidem, Reboreda, Sa de la Capelada, camino a Chao de Poza, 29TNJ8138, 320 m, taludes, brezal y Pinus pinaster, 30-VIII-2012, Burgaz, MACB 106221; ibidem, 29TNJ8339 (Sanchez-Biezma et al.
Phosphorus acquisition from phytate depends on efficient bacterial grazing, irrespective of the mycorrhizal status of Pinus pinaster.
Pycnogenol, Pinus pinaster, is the extract of French maritime pine bark.