Torreya


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Noun1.Torreya - nutmeg-yewsTorreya - nutmeg-yews        
gymnosperm genus - a genus of gymnosperms
California nutmeg, nutmeg-yew, Torreya californica - California evergreen having a fruit resembling a nutmeg but with a strong turpentine flavor
stinking cedar, stinking yew, Torrey tree, Torreya taxifolia - rare small evergreen of northern Florida; its glossy green leaves have an unpleasant fetid smell when crushed
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Torreya Partners, LLC and Michael Best & Friedrich LLP served as financial and legal advisors, respectively, to Crown Laboratories.
Torreya Partners acted as exclusive financial adviser to CombiMatrix on the agreement.
Sargent, added a number of Asian conifers to an appendix to the book, including Cephalotaxus fortunei, Cryptomeria japonica, Juniperus chinensis, Torreya grandis, Cunninghamia lanceolata and Thujopsis dolabrata, all imported into the United States from English nurseries.
Sawais financial advisors are Torreya Partners LLC and SMBC Nikko Securities Inc.
And because of climate change, a pathogen previously unknown to science is slaughtering Torreya newborns.
For a detailed account of the classification processes in pre-Linnaean botany see Alfred Gundersen, "A Sketch of Plant Classification from Theophrastus to the Present," Torreya 18, no.
Chemical and antimicrobial properties of essential oils from three coniferous trees Abies koreana, Cryptomeria japonica, and Torreya nucifera" Journal of Applied Biological Chemistry, vol.
The first Pogonias cromis fossil recorded in North America is from the Hemingfordian Land Mammal age (early Miocene); it was found in the Torreya Formation at the Seaboard Air Line Railroad Company site in Leon County, Florida, dated at 18.
A Framework for Debate of Assisted Migration in an Era of Climate Change, 21 CONSERVATION BIOLOGY 297 (2007) (describing assisted migration efforts to save the Florida torreya (Torreya taxifolia) from extinction).
We started working with Torreya Partners, a Manhattan-based firm that connects companies and investors.
The Florida torreya tree is an example, along with the proposed relocation of the Quino Checkerspot butterfly and the Iberian lynx.