Cryptomeria japonica

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Noun1.Cryptomeria japonica - tall evergreen of Japan and China yielding valuable soft woodCryptomeria japonica - tall evergreen of Japan and China yielding valuable soft wood
cedar, cedar tree - any of numerous trees of the family Cupressaceae that resemble cedars
Cryptomeria, genus Cryptomeria - Japanese cedar; sugi
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Prunus ceracifera 'Atropurpureum', Eribotrya japonica, Laurocerasus officinalis, Juglans nigra, Quercus pontica, Alnus glutinosa, Trachycarpus fortunei, Populus tremula), and 9 were Gymnospermae (Sequoia sempervirens, Picea orientalis, Cryptomeria japonica, Pinus pinea, Cedrus deodora, Cupressus sempervirens Pyramidalis, Chamaecyparis pisifera, Cupressus macrocarpa 'Goldcrest', Cupressoparis leylandii) subspecies (Figure / Sekil 14).
Three wood species, Cryptomeria japonica, Chamaecyparis obtuse, and Larix kaempferi, which are commonly used in the construction of Japanese houses, were prepared.
One of the UK Champions is an enormous red cedar originally from Japan, the Cryptomeria japonica.
11,12) He performed two-year survey on airborne pollens (mainly in Tokyo) to assess the seasonal variation of Cryptomeria japonica (Japanese cedar), Pinus, and ragweed pollens.
Resultados semelhantes foram encontrados por Carneiro (1985) e Santos (2000), para mudas de Pinus taeda e Cryptomeria japonica, respectivamente, concluindo que mudas maiores sao obtidas nos recipientes de dimensoes maiores, pelo fato de haver um maior crescimento do sistema radicular, e consequentemente, um maior ganho em biomassa seca das mudas.
Great choices: Picea abies Little Gem, Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Gnome, Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Minima Aurea, Cryptomeria japonica Vilmoriniana, Picea abies Nidiformis.
Renowned for his Wink Chair, Kick Table, and the recent Dodo Recliner, Osaka-born Toshiyuki Kita's "Natura e Tecnologia" exhibit introduced his latest line of eco-friendly objects made with traditional Japanese woods, like Cryptomeria japonica and Paulownia shade trees, beautiful woodland species now threatened by ongoing development.
There are one or two plants that show this feature as a permanent part of their growing habit, including Cryptomeria japonica 'Cristata', Salix udensis 'Sekka' and Celosia argentea cristata.
Essential oils of leaf and bark of Cryptomeria japonica demonstrated high larvicidal activity against Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae) larvae (4).
Cryptomeria japonica vilmoriniana forms a slow growing mound of tightly packed curly leaves that are bright green when the plant starts into growth, but at this time of the year turn to a reddish purple ball.