2 edition of Comparative variability and relationship of Caribbean pine (Pinus caribaea Mor.) and slash pine (Pinus elliottii Engelm.) found in the catalog.
Comparative variability and relationship of Caribbean pine (Pinus caribaea Mor.) and slash pine (Pinus elliottii Engelm.)
D. G Nikles
Written in English
|Statement||by Donald Garth Nikles|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 201 p. :|
|Number of Pages||201|
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Phenotypic variation of natural stands and genotypic variation in seedling populations of P. caribaea var. bahamensis (a) and P. elliottii were studied in detail (material included cones, seeds, foliage, wood, and oleoresin), and smaller studies were made on P.
caribaea vars. caribaea and hondurensis, and on P. cubensis (oleoresin only). Pines of the Bahama and Cited by: 9. Pinus caribaea. Morelet Common names. Pino macho [Spanish], Caribbean pine. Var. bahamensis is called Bahamas pine and var.
hondurensis is pino de Honduras. Taxonomic notes. Occurs in Pinus section Trifoliae, subsection Australes, as do three other major Caribbean pines: P. cubensis, P. occidentalis, and P. are three varieties (Farjon and Styles ). Slash Pine (Pinus elliotti), including South Florida Slash Pine.
Nomenclature and description. Comparative variability and relationship of Caribbean Pine (Pinus caribaea Mor.) and Slash Pine M.U. Crossability values within the slash-caribbeanPinus species complex. Euphyt – (). https://doi Cited by: 5. Nikles, D. Comparative variability and relationship of Caribbean pine (Pinus caribaea Mor.) and slash pine (Pinus elliottii Engelm.).
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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CARYOPHYLLENE AND c~-HUMULENE CONCENTRATIONS IN CARIBBEAN PINE NEEDLES. r= (p. Notes on Taxonomy and Nomenclature Top of page. Pinaceae is a family of gymnosperms including about 11 genera and species. Members of this family are mostly resinous trees or rarely shrubs found mostly in temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere (Stevens, ).The genus Pinus includes species.
caribaea belongs to Pinus section Diploxylon. 1 Figure 2. —Native range of Caribbean pine (Pinus caribaea) in the West Indies, eastern central America, and southern Mexico.
Caribbean pine grows naturally from near sea level to an elevation of m, occasionally as high as m in Central America (10, 75). Bunya pine (Araucaria bidwillii Hooker) produces large seeds that consist of a massive megagametophyte that surrounds an embryo mm long and mm in diameter.
Abstract. Monoterpenes are C 10 chemical compounds with carbon skeletons consisting of two isopentane (isoprene) units joined together and are a major component of the steam-volatile part of oleoresin produced in tissues of most conifers.
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They are also involved in the discipline of the children, especially the males, and often have a distant relationship with their daughters. In general, they are not. Several fungi were isolated directly from mycorrhizal roots of Caribbean pine (Pinus caribaea Mor.), in plantations established on three different sites during a period of 1 all, pure cultures of basidiomycetes representing 10 putative species were recovered, and confirmed as mycorrhizal fungi using the synthetic culture test.
This paper provides an empirical analysis of patterns of export specialisation by, in particular, member countries of CARICOM and in the Caribbean more widely.
It focuses on the identification of important similarities and dissimilarities in the pattern of comparative advantage and international trade amongst these countries.
The Caribbean pine, Pinus caribaea, is a hard pine, native to Central America, Cuba, the Bahamas, South Florida, and the Turks and Caicos belongs to subsection Australes in subgenus inhabits tropical and subtropical coniferous forests such as Bahamian pineyards, in both lowland savannas and montane forests.
Pinus caribaea, commonly known as Caribbean pine, is a coniferous tree native to the Bahamas, Belize, Colombia, El Salvador, Cuba, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Turks and Caicos Islands, and has been introduced in many tropical and sub-tropical countries and can be found in its introduced range both as a species growing in natural forests and as a.
Since the starting point of comparative analysis as defined here is the explanation of similarities and differences, the obvious conclusions to draw are: a.
that universalizing comparative analysis is used to make sense of similarities, and b. that differentiating comparative analysis is used to explain differences. This is shown in Table 1. Pinus, the pines, is a genus of approximately extant tree and shrub species.
The genus is currently split into two subgenera: subgenus Pinus (hard pines), and subgenus Strobus (soft pines).Each of the subgenera have been further divided into sections based on chloroplast DNA sequencing and whole plastid genomic analysis.
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