Pinus nigra


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Noun1.Pinus nigra - large two-needled timber pine of southeastern EuropePinus nigra - large two-needled timber pine of southeastern Europe
pine, pine tree, true pine - a coniferous tree
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Keywords: surface sterilization, plant seed, silver nanoparticle, Alkanna tinctoria, Pinus nigra.
Was it Pinus Brutia, the most common pine tree and available near Nicosia, Pinus Nigra, of better quality and a tree which only grows on the very top of the Troodos mountains or Cedar, the highest in quality but growing only in one certain area?
The manufacture of particleboards using mixture of peanut hull (Arachis hypoqaea L.) and European Black pine (Pinus nigra Arnold) wood chips.
The purposes of this study were to estimate variations of tree height and basal diameter within provenance and among provenances, to compare Scots pine to native black pine (Pinus nigra) and Taurus cedar (Cedrus libani) species of the sites, and to evaluate relations between height and diameter in the species to estimate better provenance/s for the region.
The Austrian pine, Pinus nigra, is one of the most widely grown, its large dense head of dark green foliage making a brilliant windbreak.
The Austrian pine, Pinus nigra, is one of the most widely grown for landscape purposes, its large dense head of dark green foliage making a brilliant windbreak.
Thus, the main objective of this study was to estimate changes in carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus pool linked to the notable soil properties and consideration of the distribution of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus pool to the depth of 50 cm in the pure Pinus nigra, Picea abies and mixed Pinus nigra--Picea abies stands in the degraded grasslands in Fandoglo region, Ardabil province of Iran.
Some chemical, physical and mechanical properties of juvenile wood from Black Pine (Pinus nigra Arnold) plantations.Journal of Applied Science, v.7, n.5, p.755-758, 2007.