Uncinatum


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Un`ci`na´tum


n.1.(Anat.) The unciform bone.
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When OSB with high physical performance is required, it is convenient to suggest that medium-density wood species be employed, once water absorption and thickness swelling reach interesting values, turning viable the application of essences with expressive availability in Brazilian Tropical Forest as Amescla (Trattinickia sp.), Cajueiro (Anacardium sp.), and Cambara (Erisma uncinatum) as explained by Freitas et al.
aestivum and in its genetically identical form uncinatum (Weden et al., 2005) whereas markedly phenolic and persistent in T.
acuminata 0.132 0.56 0.69 Poa autumnalis 0.520 0.63 1.15 Forbs Aconitum uncinatum 0.625 0.40 0.836 Actaea podocarpa 0.051 0.07 0.12 Actaea racemosa 0.561 0.42 0.98 Ageratina altissima var.
in addition, Khan (2006) showed that Desmodium uncinatum intercropped in a maize field significantly reduced stem borer infestations by releasing specific volatiles.
In the United States, black Perigord truffles and Burgundy truffles (Tuber uncinatum) are currently being produced in North and South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.