Chinese privet


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Noun1.Chinese privet - erect evergreen treelike shrub of China and Korea and Japan having acuminate leaves and flowers in long erect paniclesChinese privet - erect evergreen treelike shrub of China and Korea and Japan having acuminate leaves and flowers in long erect panicles; resembles Japanese privet
privet - any of various Old World shrubs having smooth entire leaves and terminal panicles of small white flowers followed by small black berries; many used for hedges
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Chinese privet (Ligustrum sinense), imported in 1852, is an ornamental landscape plant that's become naturalized.
Chinese privet (Lignustrum sinense) was the other exotic shrub in this relict tract of forest.
Tree-of-heaven apparently does not pose as serious a threat to forests in Texas as some other introduced woody species such as Japanese honeysuckle and Chinese privet, but this tree was described by Moser et al.
We selected nuts and fruits of reported dietary food preference for each of these two small mammal species, namely water oak acorns (Quercus nigra), white oak acorns ( Quercus alba), flowering dogwood (Comus florida), Chinese privet ( Ligistrum sinense) and staghorn sumac (Rhus typhina).
However, Chinese privet seeds (Ligustrum sinense) and staghorn sumac seeds (Rhus typhina) are from invasive species.
DISTRIBUTION OF CHINESE PRIVET USING GEOSPATIAL MODELS IN SOUTHERN FORESTLANDS
A systematic survey of Chinese privet foliage, stems, seeds, and roots for associated phytophagous insects was conducted in China during 2005 and 2006 in order to establish basic information about the insect communities that Chinese privet harbors and to evaluate the abundance and damage caused by these insects.
Sometimes it seems that our main task since buying this land has been to clear away the Chinese privet that covered the bottomland.
When we first moved to the land, we cleared about half an acre of Chinese privet from the bottomland along Half Time Creek.
Chinese privet (Ligustrum sinense) is a non-native, invasive plant that is now naturalized throughout the southeastern United States.
Water oak (Quercus nigra) acorns, white oak (Quercus alba) acorns, and Chinese privet (Ligustrum sinense) berries comprised the study diet.

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