Lentiscus

Related to Lentiscus: lentisk, mastic tree

Len`tis´cus

    (lĕn`tĭs´kŭs)
n.1.(Bot.) A tree; the mastic. See Mastic.
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An interesting Cyprus connection is that Shikimic Acid is to be found in two of our native plants, Pistacia lentiscus, the mastic tree, and Opuntia ficus-indica, the prickly pear.
elongatum Not stated Nutrient content Al content Pucinellia distans 60 days Biomass Tamarix sp., 6 months, 15 months Survival height Pittosporum chinense, Pistacia lentiscus, Atriplex halimus, Centaurea Spinosa Tamarix sp., Pistacia lentiscus, Quercus coccifera Cenchrus 3 weeks Plant nutrient clandestinus content (Chiov.) Morrone Lolium rigidum 3 months Biomass N content Acacia saligna 13 weeks Root and shoot biomass, nutrient content L.
On land, the flora is Mediterranean, featuring scrub forests of pine, buckthorn, rosemary, wild olive, lentiscus and dwarf fan palms.
1), is totally covered with forbs and scrubs typical of the Mediterranean scrubland, including Pistacia lentiscus, Thymelaea hirsuta and Chamaerops humilis (Caldarella et al.
(46) Israel Pistacia vera (31.5%), Pistacia atlantic (29.9%), Pistacia lentiscus (30.3%), Pistacia Plastina (24.6%) Geller-Bernstein Israel Olea europaea (40% et al.
Chemical composition and antimicrobial activity of the essential oils of Pistacia lentiscus var.
(2016) observed that Pistacia lentiscus fruit oil accelerated wound contraction in C[O.sub.2] laser burned wound model [14].
sylvestris con el 37,57% y el lentisco/ cornicabra-Pistacia lentiscus o Pistacia sp.