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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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.
faginea, Pinus pinaster, Abies pinsapo and their serial shrubs, on different geological substrates were selected.
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).
Treatment of refractory endometriosis-related pain with vaginal gestrinone in pentravan associated with pinus pinaster extract and resveratrol: A preliminary study.
Pycnogenol[R] is a standardized extract derived from the French maritime pine, Pinus pinaster.
Estudiando los rendimientos de dos lineas de produccion de madera aserrada para construccion y elaboracion de pallets de P pinaster en la Vila portuguesa de Magao, Knapic et al.
pinaster Aiton pinewoods in the Pliocene low altitude (0-80m) consolidated dunes of SW Portugal coastal regions, namely those belonging to the Sadense Superdistrict biogeographical area (Rivas-Martinez & al.