Tetraclinis


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Related to Tetraclinis: Tetraclinis articulata
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Noun1.Tetraclinis - sandarac tree
gymnosperm genus - a genus of gymnosperms
Cupressaceae, cypress family, family Cupressaceae - cypresses and junipers and many cedars
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Cependant la forte presence dans nos releves de pyrophytes actifs (Quercus suber) et passifs (Quercus coccifera, Tetraclinis articulata et Phyllirea angustifolia) laisse entendre, que nous sommes en face de groupements vegetaux dont le feu dispose d'une grande influence sur la stimulation vegetative et la croissance (Le Houerou 1992).
Effect of extraction method on chemical composition, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities of essential oil from the leaves of Algerian Tetraclinis articulata (Vahl) masters.
Grenadier -Erramane Myrtaceae Eucalyptus grandis Kalitous Tetraclinis articulata Aaraar (Vahl) Masters Nitrariaceae Peganum harmala L.
At Chebka altitude is about 1475 m and vegetation is dominated by Steppa tenassima sparsed by some small evergreen oaks, Quercus ilex, thuyas, Tetraclinis articulata, and mastics, Pistacia lentiscus.
The induction of apoptosis in human melanoma, breast and ovarian cancer cell lines using an essential oil extract from the conifer Tetraclinis articulata.
Class 1: forest of Tetraclinis articulata and Pinus halepensis
and wood of Tetraclinis articulala (Vahl) Mast., on the larvae of four mosquito species: Culex pipiens (Linne), Aedes caspius (Pallas), Culiseta longiareolata (Aitken) and Anopheles maculipennis (Meigen).
Phlebotomus sergenti, the most abundant species in this survey is related to the semi-arid bioclimatic belt where the vegetation is characterized by Thuja (Tetraclinis articulata), Junipers (Juniperus spp) and to a lesser degree, to the arid belt, by Argan (Argania spinosa) and common Jujube (Ziziphus lotus) (26).
The essential oil yield of Cedrus atlantica collected from region of Boulmane (Morocco) was 1.82%; it's relatively higher than other plants industrially exploited as a source of essential oils: Thymus (1%) (Imelouane et al., 2009), lavender (0.8-2.8%), menthe (0.5-1%), neroli (0.5-1%) and Laurel (0.1-0.35%) (Edward et al., 1987), Tetraclinis (0.22%) (Bourkhiss et al., 2000), Juniperus phoenicea (1.62%) (Derwich et al., 2010) and Lippia rotundifolia (0.01%) (Suzana et al., 2008).
20 Jan 1932.--Type: Tetraclinis Mast., 1892.--Validated by a description in Latin.