Eriobotrya japonica


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Noun1.Eriobotrya japonica - evergreen tree of warm regions having fuzzy yellow olive-sized fruit with a large free stoneEriobotrya japonica - evergreen tree of warm regions having fuzzy yellow olive-sized fruit with a large free stone; native to China and Japan
loquat, Japanese plum - yellow olive-sized semitropical fruit with a large free stone and relatively little flesh; used for jellies
Eriobotrya, genus Eriobotrya - Asiatic evergreen fruit trees
fruit tree - tree bearing edible fruit
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Tambien crecen especies frutales como "guayaba" (Psidium guajava), "naranja" (Citrus sinensis), "pacay" (Inga feuilleei), "chirimoya" (Annona cherimola), "nispero japones" (Eriobotrya japonica), entre otras (MINAM, 2015); (2) Bosque xerico interandino dominado por laderas escarpadas con afloramientos rocosos.
Foi observada a presenca de varias especies exoticas, sendo as mais significantes Pinus elliottii, Eucalyptus sp., Ligustrum lucidum, Hovenia dulcis, Morus nigra, Citrus sp., Eriobotrya japonica e Melia azedarach.
Among the various alternate feedstock options available in Pakistan for the said purpose, availability of biomass resources, that generate agro-waste materials to be disposed of, can be exploited much positively, for example Melia azedarach seeds (Akhtar et al., 2016), date seed (Azeem et al., 2016), Eriobotrya japonica seeds (Akhtar et al., 2017), etc.
Looking directly above the crime scene at her two-story loquat (Eriobotrya japonica) tree, there hung three similarly shaped fruits.
Eriobotrya japonica leaf is included in the Chinese Pharmacopoeia [1] and widely used as a medicinal material in traditional treatment of a variety of chronic diseases in China and other East Asian countries [2].
Shin'iseihaito (xinyiqingfeitang) (for daily human dose) consists of 1.5 g of the rhizome of Anemarrhena asphodeloides (AA), 0.75 g of the rhizome of Cimicifuga heracleifolia (CH), 0.5 g of the leaf of Eriobotrya japonica (EJ), 3.0 g of Gypsum fibrosum (GF), 0.75 g of the fruit of Gardenia jasminoides (GJ), 1.5 g of the bulb of Lilium lancifolium (LL), 1.5 g of the flower of Magnolia salicifolia (MS), 3.0 g of the tuber of Ophiopogon japonicus (OJ), and 1.5 g of the root of Scutellaria baicalensis (SB).
Two undescribed species of beetles in the genus Euwallacea (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae), the polyphagous shot hole borer and the kuroshio shot hole borer, have been reported in California, attacking more than 300 host plants in 58 plant families; agricultural crops include avocado (Persea americana Mill.; Lauraceae), orange (Citrus sinensis [L.] Osbeck; Rutaceae), loquat (Eriobotrya japonica Lindley; Rosaceae), macadamia (Macadamia integrifolia Maiden & Betche; Proteaceae), olive (Olea europaea L.; Oleaceae), pear (Prunus persica [L.] Stokes; Rosaceae), and grapes (Vitis vinifera L.; Vitaceae) (Eskalen 2013, 2016).
Colchicine-induced polyploidy in loquat (Eriobotrya japonica (Thunb.) Lindl.).
zygis, Abelmoschus esculentus, Fraxinus augustifolia, Sorghum vulgare and Eriobotrya japonica. This can be explained by the richness and diversity of the medicinal flora of the Central Middle Atlas that is characterized by a particular geographical position, orography, edaphic structure and geological and climatic conditions.
DAP: diametro normal (cm), H: altura (m), n: numero de individuos afectados, N: numero total de individuos, l=n/N: incidencia DAP Especies Promedio H Promedio n N I Archontophoenix 17.4 6.2 1 884 0 cunninghamiana Bauhinia picta 30.4 9 35 293 0.12 Caesalpinia 28.9 6.9 62 1031 0.06 peltophoroides Callistemon speciosus 18.8 5.8 5 140 0.04 Cordia alliodora 27.5 11.1 3 55 0.05 Eriobotrya japonica 9.2 3.4 1 382 0 Erythrina fusca 42.2 9.5 5 383 0.01 Eucalyptus sp.
Loquat (Eriobotrya japonica) is a flowering plant belonging to the Rosaceae family and widely cultivated for its succulent fruit.
Loquat (Eriobotrya japonica) is an Asian fruit that is native to Japan and cultivated in various other tropical and subtropical countries (FEMENIA et al., 1998).