Pinus taeda


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Noun1.Pinus taeda - tall spreading three-needled pine of southeastern United States having reddish-brown fissured bark and a full bushy upper headPinus taeda - tall spreading three-needled pine of southeastern United States having reddish-brown fissured bark and a full bushy upper head
pine, pine tree, true pine - a coniferous tree
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Studies in South America and the South of the United States showed that fertilization at planting accelerated the growth of Pinus taeda (BEKELE et al.
2014) on Pinus taeda, Mendes, Bortoletto Junior, Garlet, De Almeida and Surdi, (2013) on Acacia mangium and Goncalves, Brocco, Paes, Loiola and Lelis (2014) on oriented strand board (OSB) panels of P.
A cover index derived from the sum of the individual species covers is the final entry for each plot Plot Species Overall Herb Shrub U Pinus taeda 62.
It is estimated that the planting of pinus in Brazil exceeds 2 million hectares comprising mainly two species Pinus taeda and P.
Pinus taeda has high transpiration rates when the soil moisture is close to field capacity, but under conditions of water stress, the crop reduces transpiration rates, suggesting an adaptive mechanism (Trinidad, Hernandez, Orozco, & Upton, 2002).
Resultados semelhantes foram obtidos em um trabalho com Pinus taeda L.
Interactions of genotype with site for height and stem straightness in Pinus taeda in Zimbabwe.
Variation in virulence among four-root-inhabiting ophiostomatoid fungi on Pinus taeda L.
Ecuaciones de biomasa aerea y subterranea en plantaciones de Pinus taeda en el sur del Estado de Parana Brasil.
Esto trajo aparejado la radicacion de empresas que sustentaban su crecimiento en la reforestacion con especies coniferas de rapido crecimiento y buenas cualidades industriales, como Pinus taeda y Araucaria angustifolia (nativa), entre otras.
2002) showed that high-yield kraft pulps from Pinus taeda wood chips pretreated with Ceriporiopsis subvermispora were obtained with less active alkali in cooking liquor than the needed to produce pulps from untreated wood at same kappa number.