4 edition of Pinus merkusii found in the catalog.
E. N. G. Cooling
by Commonwealth Forestry Institute (Department of Forestry) in Oxford
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 164-169.
|Statement||compiled by E. N. G. Cooling.|
|Series||Fast growing timber trees of the lowland tropics,, no. 4|
|Contributions||University of Oxford. Commonwealth Forestry Institute.|
|LC Classifications||SD434 .F33 no. 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, ix, 169 p.|
|Number of Pages||169|
|LC Control Number||72471006|
Pinus. b. plant otherwise. More specifically, to distinguish the species Pinus echinata and Pinus taeda from the various other pine species, below is a general key that could be used as a quick reference: a. leaves 5 to a fascicle. a. leaves 2 or 3 to a fascicle b. cones . Pinus merkusii a.k.a Tenasserim Pine. #Pinaceae. Lucas, C., Nanthavong, K. & Millet, J. (). Environmental and Human Influence on Forest Composition, Structure and.
Pines grow throughout the Northern Hemisphere, and only one species (Pinus merkusii) is native to the Southern Hemisphere. More than 70 species are native to Mexico and Central America, and this is their likely center of origin. Pines are distributed in North America from the subarctic of northern Canada and Alaska to the tropics. Oleoresin production and turpentine yield of Pinus merkusii plantation of three subpopulations from Aceh provenance (Jantho, Takengon and Blangkejeren) and Java land race were examined.
Distribution. Pinus mugo is native to the subalpine zones of the Pyrenees, Alps, Erzgebirge, Carpathians, northern and central Apennines, and higher Balkan Peninsula mountains - Rila, Pirin, Korab, Prokletije, is usually found from 1,–2, m (3,–7, ft), occasionally as low as m ( ft) in the north of the range in Germany and Poland, and as high as 2, m (8, ft Family: Pinaceae. Check other web resources for Pinus merkusii Jungh. & de Vriese: Flora of China: Online version from Harvard University TROPICOS: Nomenclatural and Specimen Database of the .
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A concise book dealing with almost species. A line drawing of each plant is included plus colour photographs of about species. Pinus merkusii is a plant of the moist tropics, where it is found at elevations from sea level up to 1, metres[ Title World Agroforesty Centre This is one of several Pinus species that have a.
Comments: Sumatran Pine is the only true pine (Pinus genus) that has a natural distribution that is south of the equator. It is sometimes grown on plantations, not only for its lumber, but also for the copious amounts of resin which the trees Pinus merkusii book. COVID Resources.
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Scientific name(s): Pinus merkusii Commercial restriction: no commercial restriction Note: This species can be found at altitudes between m and m.
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Pinus merkusii, Merkus pine [English] Source: Gymnosperms of North America Update, database (version ) Acquired: Notes: Updated for ITIS by the Flora of North America Expertise Network, in connection with an update for USDA PLANTS () Reference for: Pinus merkusii: Source: The PLANTS Database, database (version Biological classification: Species.
THE CONSTITUENTS OF SOME INDIAN ESSENTIAL OILS, PART XII, THE ESSENTIAL OIL FROM THE OLEO-RESIN OF PINUS MERKUSII [John L Simonsen] Author: John L Simonsen. Yield prediction models for Pinus merkusii p~antations in Indonesia.
Ecol. Modelling, Two yield prediction models for Pinis merkusii plantations are developed and described in this paper. The first model is formulated as a Pinus merkusii book of two simultaneous equations involving basal area and yield as two endogenous by: 1.
Safety summary. Hazards: Skin sensitization if oxidized; chronic inhalation may be asthmagenic. Cautions: Old or oxidized oils should be avoided. Cautions (dermal): Hypersensitive, diseased or damaged skin, children under 2 years of age. Our safety advice.
Because of its α-pinene and δcarene content we recommend that oxidation of turpentine oil is avoided by storage in a dark, airtight.
Pinus latteri faces a range of threats within its range countries. The forests have been heavily exploited for timber and resin, conversion of forests for agriculture have greatly reduced its population, whilst other anthropogenic activity such as building hydroelectic dams have further degraded its habitat.
Pinus flexilis, as described in by Edwin P. James (–), is commonly known as limber pine, limbertwig, and Rocky Mountain pine; as well as pino in the Spanish language and pin blanc de l'ouest in French. The species and common names described this pine's extremely flexible twigs.
Pinus ye un xéneru de plantes vasculares (xeneralmente árboles y raramente parrotales), comúnmente llamaes pinos, pertenecientes al grupu de les coníferes y, dientro d'este, a la familia de les pináceas, que presenten una ramificación frecuentemente verticilada y más o menos regular.
La copa pue ser piramidal o arrondada y, nos árboles adultos, ancha y : Coniferae. Pinus merkusii Merkus pine Pinus monophylla singleleaf pinyon Pinus monticola western white pine Pinus mugo mugo pine Pinus muricata Bishop pine Pinus ×murraybanksiana [banksiana × contorta var.
latifolia] hybrid pine Pinus nigra Austrian pine Pinus oocarpa ocote chino. Pinus flexilis E. James – limber pine, Rocky Mountain white pine, pino torcido: Species: Pinus gerardiana Wall.
ex D. Don – chilghoza pine, chilgoza pine, Gerard's pine: Species: Pinus glabra Walter – spruce pine, bottom white pine, cedar pine, Walter pine: Species: Pinus greggii Engelm.
ex Parl. Species: Pinus halepensis Mill Biological classification: Genus. Pinus merkusii, também conhecido como pinheiro-de-samatra ou pinheiro-de-sumatra, é uma espécie de pinheiro originária do Velho Mundo, mais precisamente da região da Ásia.
Ver também. Lista de espécies de pinheiro por região; Pinaceae; Conífera; Ligações externas. Classificação de Pinheiros (em inglês); Arboretum de Villardebelle (em inglês); Imagem de coníferas selecionadasClasse: Pinopsida. The septal duct is peculiar to a few species (oocarpa, tropicalis, and less frequently Pringlei and Merkusii).
I have also seen it in a leaf of P. canariensis. The internal and septal ducts appear to be confined to the species of warm-temperate or tropical countries.
An Pinus in uska genus han Pinus in nahilalakip ha familia nga Pinaceae. Due to the latest COVID shutdowns, completion of the latest printing of my book has been delayed slightly.
I hope to have freshly printed books back in stock in early June. Sumatran Pine (Pinus merkusii) Western White Pine (W) (Pinus monticola) Austrian Pine (R) (Pinus nigra) Ocote Pine (Pinus oocarpa) Longleaf Pine (Y) (Pinus palustris). Pinus merkusii on Sumatra is naturally distributed mainly in the north in the Aceh Province, and scattered E and S of Lake Toba in the Sumatera Utara Province, in total, between 1° and 6° N (but several growths near Lake Toba and also in some other places it the area are old plantations of the local origin, today hardly distinguishable from.
Pine trees are all evergreens and possess needles as leaves and cones as part of their reproductive system. All pines are resinous Coniferous trees. Some Pine species grow as shrubs instead of trees. Pine trees can be found on all continents around the world except Antarctica.
This study is aimed at characterizing the cambial dynamics and its dependence on climate of two pine species native to Thailand, Pinus merkusii and Pinus kesiya and at describing their climatic.
pine is an evergreen coniferous species of tree that grows to mature heights of 50 to 80 feet (15 – 25 m) with a single round trunk up to feet ( m) in diameter, measured at breast height and a rounded to flat-topped crown of slender, irregular horizontal, upturned branches; a crown form often shaped by wind, especially near the sea.Pinus merkusii Jungh.
& de Vriese. References. Plantae Novae et Minus Cognitae Indiae Batavae Orientalis. Amsterdam 5, t. 2 (). USDA, ARS, Germplasm Resources Information Network. Pinus merkusii in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service.
Accessed on AprIn general follows the pattern of previous publications in this series [cf. F.A. 29 Nos. ], compiling information on morphology, ecology, silviculture, growth and yield, pests, diseases, wood properties and utilization. For this species, the material is presented in separate sections for Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos and Indonesia, and there is a section on variation in P.
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