Cupressus


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Cupressus

genus of trees in the family Cupressaceae; the leaves contain isocupressic acid, and when fed to pregnant cattle cause abortion. The aborted fetus has a typical leukoencephalomalacia. Includes C. macrocarpa, C. sempervirens. Called also cypress (Monterey cypress).
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Towards the minimal conifer cone: ontogeny and trends in Cupressus, Juniperus and Microbiota (Cupressaceae s.
Evergreen hedges, such as privet, laurel, cupressus and thuja need to be trimmed back to keep their shape.
Mr Jones - who set up a support group, Hedgeline, for other people affected by fast-growing Cupressus leylandii, which can reach 100ft - said the battle had virtually ended.
Denyes did not recognize the geographic separation between Pinus ponderosa, Cupressus arizonica, and other large arboreals, and thus combined them into a single category, which he termed the Yellowpine-Fir association.
13) on Cupressus sempervirens and Samia and Mahmoud [34] on Tritonia crocata.
What's more it's home-made with the traditional method of using florist's copper wire rings as a form shaper, stuffing and wrapping them with cupressus cuttings and working my way around the discs inserting wonderful sprays of greenery, securing them with wire.
Flavonoid-induced acute nephropathy by Cupressus funebris Endl (Mourning Cypress).
Diverse types of forests occur in the mountains of northeastern Mexico; oak forests (Quercus), oak-pine forests, and conifer forests with different associations of genera such as Pinus, Pseudotsuga, Abies, Taxus, Cupressus, and Juniperus.
The gold in it is reflected in the flowers planted around - cupressus goldcrest, daffodil, golden ducet and carex evergold.
grouped w/white spruce spruce densata Arizona smooth Cupressus arizonica grouped w/Arizona cypress cypress var.
nigra; Pse men, Pseudotsuga menziesii; Cup mac, Cupressus macrocarpa; Thu pli, Thyua plicata; pin mur, P.
Here Emma picked two large stems of cupressus, eight stems of ruscus, nine anthuriums, and hypericum spray berries.