Cupressus arizonica

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Noun1.Cupressus arizonica - Arizona timber tree with bluish silvery foliageCupressus arizonica - Arizona timber tree with bluish silvery foliage
cypress tree, cypress - any of numerous evergreen conifers of the genus Cupressus of north temperate regions having dark scalelike leaves and rounded cones
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Cupressus arizonica pollen: a new pollen involved in the lipid transfer protein syndrome?
Effects of a hydrophilic polymer on the field performance of an ornamental plant (Cupressus arizonica) under reduced irrigation regimes.
Asociaciones similares se encuentran en Chihuahua, acompanadas de Cupressus arizonica en algunos sitios y C.
Contenid o De Especie forestal Nombre comun Carbono (%) Ceroxylon peruvianum Pona 56.74 Mauritia flexuosa L.f Aguaje 48.04 Abies vejarri Abeto 47.35 Cupressus arizonica Greene Cedro blanco 49.23 Juniperus deppeana Steud Cedro 50.65 Picea mexicana Martinez Cipres Pino 46.98 Pinus arizonica Engelm amarillo 49.36 Pinus hartwegii Lindl.
The aim of this study was to assess the antifungal activity of Hyssopus officinalis, Cuminum cyminum, Thymus vulgaris and cones of cupressus arizonica essential oils against Aspergillus flavus.
(2002a), evaluaron sustratos alternativos a la turba, tales como la corteza de pino (Pinus pinea) y de Cupressus arizonica mezdados ambos con lodos residuales y demostraron que podian reemplazar a la turba, evitando asi danos ecologicos.
Cross-reactivity between Cupressus arizonica and Cupressus sempervirens pollen extracts.
367 92 118 wislizeni 1976 Swamp Populus heterophylla 142 105 34 [dagger] 2007 Swamp Populus heterophylla 151 93 50 [dagger] 2000 CYPRESS Arizona Cupressus arizonica var.
ARIZONA CYPRESS (Cupressus arizonica) Native to central Arizona, this upright to pyramidal tree has scalelike branchlets that vary from green to blue-gray to silver, depending on variety.