Cedrus libani


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Noun1.Cedrus libani - cedar of Lebanon and northwestern Syria that attains great age and heightCedrus libani - cedar of Lebanon and northwestern Syria that attains great age and height
true cedar, cedar tree, cedar - any cedar of the genus Cedrus
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"Similar compounds with a very close chemical structure are present in the Lebanese cedar tree, the Cedrus libani. I have no explanation, is it by evolution?" Mroueh said.
The Lebanon cedar, a distinct species known scientifically as Cedrus libani, grows mainly here and in Turkey.
Cedar of Lebanon ( Cedrus libani) T1 - remedial works to address storm damage in accrodance with S7 of the application form and tree condition survey -Prune all the sheared limbs in accordance with BS3998 selective pruning of branches to rebalance crown and remove poor unions.
08.06.2007, Ayse and Sukru Baldemir Ononis C2 Antalya: Elmali, Ciglikara, (AEF 24698) macrosperma entrance of Sinekcibeli, rocky slopes, Cedrus libani forest, s.l.
The purposes of this study were to estimate variations of tree height and basal diameter within provenance and among provenances, to compare Scots pine to native black pine (Pinus nigra) and Taurus cedar (Cedrus libani) species of the sites, and to evaluate relations between height and diameter in the species to estimate better provenance/s for the region.
sortant d'un cedre du Liban" or out of a cedar of Lebanon (Cedrus libani A.
The wood used for the final artwork was Cedrus Libani (Cedar of Lebanon) which came from one of three trees planted in the 1800s at Brodsworth Hall in Doncaster.
Antimicrobial activity of rosins obtained from the roots and stems of Cedrus libani and Abies cilicica.
For many years Lebanon's national tree, Cedrus libani, has been designated a beleaguered species whose numbers are lower than they should be.
A sign on a tree near his father's rehabilitation center reads "Cedrus Libani,'' the Latin translation for Cedar of Lebanon.
maritima) Sylvester pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) Aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis Miller) Cedars Lebanon cedar (Cedrus libani) Atlas cedar (Cedrus atlantica) Cyprus cedar (Cedrus brevifolia)
Marblehead (Mark Wall), who was second in 2010, and course winner Cedrus Libani (Tom Weston), complete the five whose threefigure ratings suggest they should dominate.