Platycladus orientalis

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Noun1.Platycladus orientalis - Asiatic shrub or small tree widely planted in United States and Europe; in some classifications assigned to its own genus
genus Thuja, Thuja - red cedar
arborvitae - any of several Asian and North American conifers of the genera Thuja and Thujopsis
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Yang, "Growth responses, antioxidant enzyme activities and lead accumulation of Sophora japonica and Platycladus orientalis seedlings under Pb and water stress," Plant Growth Regulation, vol.
As an example, the EOs from Cinnamomum camphora (Lauraceae) and Platycladus orientalis (Cupressaceae) fruits presented an insecticidal activity almost close to zero, compared with that recorded for EOs extracted from leaves and barks of the same plants [91, 92].
Relatively few Asian trees were available for planting when the first edition of Downing's Landscape Gardening book came out in 1841, including: Ailanthus altissima, Broussonetia papyrifera, Ginkgo biloba, Gleditsia sinensis, Magnolia denudata and liliflora (and their hybrid, x soulangeana), Morus alba, Platycladus orientalis and Salix babylonica.
Hydrangea macrophylla, Spiraea x vanhouttei, Forsythia intermedia, Rosa, Buxus sempervirens, Cotoneaster frigidus 'Comubia', Euonymus japonica aureus), and 3 were gymnospermae (Platycladus orientalis, Thujo occientalis, Juniperus chinensis) subspecies (Figure / Sekil 15).
Ren, "Physicochemical Characterization of a Polysaccharide Fraction from Platycladus orientalis (L.) Franco and Its Macrophage Immunomodulatory and Anti-Hepatitis B Virus Activities," Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, vol.