Dipterocarpus


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Dip`te`ro`car´pus


n.1.(Bot.) A genus of trees found in the East Indies, some species of which produce a fragrant resin, other species wood oil. The fruit has two long wings.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Nonconiferous.--All woods derived from trees classified botanically as Angiospermae, e.g., Acer spp., Dipterocarpus spp., Entandrophragma spp., Eucalyptus spp., Fagus spp., Populus spp., Quercus spp., Shorea spp., Swietonia spp., Tectona spp., etc.
In the first step of development, we constructed mosquito trapping boxes from three different types of strong-smelling wood (Dipterocarpus alatus, Tectona grandis, and Pinus kesiya) purchased from a wood shop in Phetchabun Province and compared their performance.
This ecosystem is dominated by Dipterocarpus aff., tuberculatus Roxb., and Dillenia obovata (Blume) Hoogland, which is characterized by rough bark and is favorable for epiphyte inhabitation.
The surrounding forest is confirmed to be natural forests dominated by broadleaf species such as Sagat (Quercus glauca), Teak (Tectona grandis), and In (Dipterocarpus tuberculatus).
Dipterocarpoid floral visitors, Dipterocarpus excepted, are pollen robbers: The geography and phylogeny of the distinctive dipterocarpoid androecium, its anthers of generically distinct form and usually with diverse connectival appendages, are fundamental to understanding dipterocarp pollination biology and breeding systems, provide the primary basis for generic diagnosis, and thereby give insight into pollinator co-evolution as the subfamily met new opportunities; yet they receive no mention.
Thus, he was executed after being tied to a large resin tree (ton yang; Dipterocarpus alatus).
The dominant tree species was Madhuca fulva (Family: Sapotaceae), Mangifera zeylanica (Family: Anacardiaceae), Dipterocarpus zeylanicus (Family: Dipterocarpaceae), Mesuaferrea (Family: Clusiaceae), and Shorea zeylanica (Family: Dipterocarpaceae).
If, in a Lundu jungle walk, you meet even such a primal forest tree as an engkabang (Dipterocarpus), chances are somebody "helped it along."
9 Toothache, The thin bark following taking swelling off the outer bark of Dipterocarpus of gums turbinatus Gaertn.f.
In vitro propagation of Dipterocarpus alatus and Dipterocarpus intricatus.
Various morphological categories of winged fruits can be distinguished, such as those with an apical or basal whorl of two or more propeller-like wings (e.g., Dipterocarpus, Astronium), those with a single encircling wing (e.g., Asteranthos, Cyclocarya, Dioncophyllum, Paliurus), and those with a single extended wing (e.g., Fraxinus, Triplochiton, Ventilago).