Japanese red pine

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Noun1.Japanese red pine - pine native to Japan and Korea having a wide-spreading irregular crown when matureJapanese red pine - pine native to Japan and Korea having a wide-spreading irregular crown when mature; grown as an ornamental
pine, pine tree, true pine - a coniferous tree
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peninsulae, n = 21; and Korean red-backed vole Myodes regulus, n = 22) were tracked by radio-telemetry to determine seasonal variation in home range size, daily distance traveled, and number of daytime resting area in a post-fire planted stand of Japanese red pine Pinus densiflora in Mt.
Condition 3: A wet cotton sheet was placed under an acrylic tube (inside diameter, 80 ram; height, 50 mm) sealed by water-permeable plaster at the bottom, and a small specimen of Japanese red pine was placed in the tube as food material.
They had a new Japanese red pine variety named Golden Ghost, with variegated needles that looked stunning: A light golden that ages through the season to a near silver.
Next to it is another six-person bonsai, a Japanese red pine that is the collection's second-oldest tree.
Pinus densiflora 'Umbraculifera'--'Umbraculifera' Japanese Red Pine *
In a large Japanese red pine forest where no control was conducted, 667 trees (17-70 yr old, 15 m mean height, 20 cm mean dbh) within a 1-ha area under observation were decimated by the disease to 14 trees (2%) in five years.
The 180-year-old Japanese red pine is from the Imperial household, the first of the Imperial collection ever to leave Japan.
In this study, a commercial fire retardant whose main component is poly-phosphatic carbamate was impregnated in a 15-mm-thick Japanese red pine specimen, and the fire performance was tested by the cone calorimeter test.
The effect ofwood moisture content (MC) on treatability with chromated copper arsenate was investigated for commercially important softwood species (Japanese red pine, Japanese larch, and ezo spruce) in Korea.

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