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Related to Amygdalus: Amygdalus communis, Prunus amygdalus
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Noun1.Amygdalus - used in former classifications for peach and almond trees which are now included in genus PrunusAmygdalus - used in former classifications for peach and almond trees which are now included in genus Prunus
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
Amygdalaceae, family Amygdalaceae - used in former classifications for plum and peach and almond trees which are now usually classified as members of the genus Prunus
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The almond tree, Prunus amygdalus, bears fruit at between three and four years of age and is relatively easy to cultivate as it can be propagated from seed.
It also known that the almond tree is the only plant to have this toxin in its flowers' nectar; in fact, the tree's subgenus classification is Amygdalus, after the toxin it produces.
Aphis nerii Boyer de Fonscolombe on Nerium oleander, Zabol, 5 April 2003; Tehran, 24 October 2003; Aphis affinis del Guercio on Mentha aquatica, Iranshahr, 6 March 2003; Brachycaudus amygdalinus (Schouteden) on Amygdalus arabica, Taftan, 2 July 2004; Dysaphis foeniculus Theobald on Foeniculum vulgare, Zabol, 4 April 2003; Hyadaphis coriandri Das on Coriandrum sativum, Zabol, 4 April 2003; Myzus persicae (Sulzer) on Malva neglecta, Tehran-Peykanshahr, 27 April 2002; on Hibiscus rosa-sinensis, Zabol, 4 April 2003.
Caricaceae Papaya Carica papaya Anacardiaceae Mango Mangifera indica Table 18-4 Nut Trees Family Common name Scientific name Rosaceae Almond Prunus amygdalus Juglandaceae English Walnut Juglans regia Pecan Carya illinoensis Betulaceae Filbert Corylus avellana Proteaceae Macadamia Macadamia ternifolia Table 18-5 Fruit and Nut Tree Production Guidelines Space per trees Pollinizer Approx.
Almond trees (prunus amygdalus) are related to stone fruits such as cherries, peaches and plums and come in two major types--sweet and bitter.
The analysis focuses mainly on carrots (Daucus carotus sativa), melons (Cucumis melo), potatoes (Solaman tuberosum), oranges (Citrus sinensis), grapefruit (Citrus maxima), lemons (Citrus limon), limes (Citrus aurantifolia), grapes (vitis vinifera), and a variety of tree crops composed primarily of almonds (Prunus amygdalus and peaches (Prunus persica).
The cherries then were Cerasus; the almonds and peaches Amygdalus; the plums were Prunus; the apricots were Armeniaca; and bird cherries Padus.
In the Juniper zone, Juniper (Juniperous macropoda) or Chilli constitutes roughly 80 percent of the stand, while Wild Almonds (Prunus amygdalus) or Hamar, and Pine Nuts (Pinus Gerardiana) or Chilgoza constitute about 10 percent each of the rest of the stand (see Table 1).
Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris), pistachio (Pistacia vera "Kerman") from Aleppo, and almond (Prunus amygdalus) from India.
Almond (Prunus amygdalus Batsch) is one of the economically important fruit plantation of Balochistan.
gene Node sequencing Lamba Unidentified Gram staining (Curculigo bacteria latifolia Dryand) Rhizome Yerba mate Stenotrophomonas 16S rDNA (Ilex para maltophilia gene analyses, guareinsis analytical Node profile index and biochemical tests Almond hybrid Unidentified Visual (Prunus bacteria and assessment of amygdalus x fungi contamination P.