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Noun1.Sciadopitys - type and sole genus of SciadopityaceaeSciadopitys - type and sole genus of Sciadopityaceae; Japanese umbrella pines
gymnosperm genus - a genus of gymnosperms
family Sciadopityaceae, Sciadopityaceae - family comprising a single genus that until recently was considered part of Taxodiaceae
Japanese umbrella pine, Sciadopitys verticillata - tall evergreen having a symmetrical spreading crown and needles growing in whorls that resemble umbrellas at ends of twigs
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Among conifers, he introduced hinoki cypress (Chamaecyparis obtusa), sawara cypress cultivare (Chamaecyparis pisifera), several cultivare of Cryptomeria japonica, umbrella pine (Sciadopitys verticillata), compact Japanese yew (Taxus cuspidata var.
Clark of the Massachusetts Agricultural College for introducing Cercidiphyllum japonicum, Sciadopitys veticillata and Schizophragma hydrangeoides into North America (Sargent, 1879).
palmatum], Quercus dentata, Thuyopsis dolobrata, Sciadopitys verticillata and Lilium auratum, eight bulbs of which were afterwards sold to a European firm at eighty dollars, in currency, each.
Some species have flattened linear needles, such as the yews (Taxus, Taxaceae); the hemlocks or hemlock spruces (Tsuga, Pinaceae); the China firs (Cunninghamia, Taxodiaceae); the firs (Abies, Pinaceae); and the Japanese umbrella pine (Sciadopitys verticillata, Taxodiaceae).
14 Some temperate rainforests are dominated by needle-leaved conifers, such as the Japanese umbrella pine (Sciadopitys verticillata, Taxo-diaceae), which is shown in the photograph.
With the well-developed ovuliferous scale of Sciadopitys (Fig.
Cone and ovule development in Sciadopitys (Taxodiaceae-Coniferales).
25 Mar 1993.--Type: Sciadopitys Siebold & Zucc.; Sciadopityaceae Luerss., 1877.
Group 1 consisted of three genera of the Majonicaceae, Cryptomeria, Cunninghamia, Cupressus, Sciadopitys, and Taxodium, using Ernestiodendron as the outgroup.
In pattern 7A Cupressus, Taxodium, and Sciadopitys each occur as a sister taxon with Dolmitia.