Related to pinaster: cluster pine


The maritime pine.

[Latin, wild pine, from pīnus, pine; see pine1.]


(paɪˈnæstə; pɪ-)
(Plants) a Mediterranean pine tree, Pinus pinaster, with paired needles and prickly cones. Also called: maritime pinaster or cluster pinaster
[C16: from Latin: wild pine, from pīnus pine]
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Evaluation of the physical and mechanical properties of particleboard made from the needle litter of Pinus pinaster Ait.
Doerr SH, Shakesby RA, Walsh RPD (1996) Soil hydrophobicity variations with depth and particle size fraction in burned and unbumed Eucalyptus globulus and Pinus pinaster forest terrain in the Agueda Basin, Portugal.
Pycnogenol is the trade name for the pine bark extract of the French maritime pine, Pinus pinaster.
Pyrolysis of Pinus pinaster in a two-stage gasifier: Influence of processing parameters and thermal cracking of tar.
Detection of Bursaphelenchus xylophilus, causal agent of pine wilt disease on Pinus pinaster in northwestern Spain.
Differential effects of mineral and organic N sources, and of ectomycorrhizal infection by Hebeloma cylindrosporum, on growth and N utilization in Pinus pinaster.
Pycnogenol, Pinus pinaster, is the extract of French maritime pine bark.
Pharmaceutical and nutraceutical effects of Pinus pinaster bark extract.