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PINACEAE - Part one - Review from 1989 of the reproductive ...

Title: Price/1998.Pinaceae-review. Author: Steen Created Date: 11/29/2005 6:59:06 AM

PINACEAE - the Pine Family

clausa (Chapm.) Vasey echinata Mill. elliottii Engelm. glabra Walt. palustris Mill. serotina Michx. taeda L. virginiana Mill. Tsuga canadensis (L) Carr.

ENH-621 Pinus eldarica: Mondell Pine - Introduction General ...

Family: Pinaceae USDA hardiness zones: 6A through 8B (Fig. 2) Origin: not native to North America Uses: reclamation; specimen; highway median; Bonsai

ENH-626 Pinus mugo: Mugo Pine - Introduction General ...

Family: Pinaceae USDA hardiness zones: 2A through 7B (Fig. 2) Origin: not native to North America Invasive potential: little invasive potential Uses: screen; container or planter; Bonsai; highway median;

Schldl. et Cham. Pinaceae

Pinus patula Pinaceae Schldl. et Cham. Habit at Crater Rd, Maui, Hawaii (Forest and Kim Starr) Habit at Crater Rd, Maui, Hawaii (Forest and Kim Starr) LOCAL NAMES Amharic (pachula); English (tecote pine,spreading-leaved pine,patula pine,Mexican weeping pine,jelecote pine); French (Pin argenté ...

American Journal of Botany 86(5): 711–723. 1999.

711 american journal of botany 86(5): 711–723. 1999. internal transcribed spacer region evolution in larix and pseudotsuga (pinaceae) 1 david s. gernandt and aaron liston

Pinus strobus (Eastern White Pine) Pine Family (Pinaceae)

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CYTOMETRIC SORTING OF PINACEAE POLLEN AND ITS IMPLICATIONS ...

CYTOMETRIC SORTING OF PINACEAE POLLEN AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR RADIOCARBON DATING AND STABLE ISOTOPE ANALYSES ROGER BYRNE (1), JUNGJAE PARK (1), LYNN INGRAM (2), AND TAK HUNG (3) (1) Department of Geography, UC Berkeley, Berkeley CA (2) Department of Earth and Planetary Science, UC Berkeley ...

Family: Pinaceae Western Larch

Larix occidentalis Nutt. Family: Pinaceae Western Larch The genus Larix contains about ten species, native to North America [3] and Eurasia [7]. Larix is the classical name of Larix decidua Mill., or European larch.

(D. Don.) G. Don Pinaceae

Cedrus deodara Pinaceae (D. Don.) G. Don diar, deodar Bark at Hosmers Grove Maui, Hawaii (Forest & Kim Starr) Tree at Strybing Arboretum, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA.