Taxus baccata


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Taxus baccata,

n See yew.
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Su poemario Taxus Baccata fue finalista del Premio Nacional de Poesia 2004.
Source of isopentenyl diphosphate for taxol and baccatin III biosynthesis in cell cultures of Taxus baccata.
the Neelum Valley of AJ and K is sub-alpine birch forest and mixed coniferous forest having plant species as Abies pindrow, Picea smithiana, Taxus baccata, Betula utilis, Acercaesium, Viburnum spp.
The Saturday Evening Post Society has recently planted Taxus baccata, or English yews, on the Society's Fitness Farm and young members of the Children's Better Health Institute eagerly participated in planting the bushes-nurturing hope for cancer patients and a supply of taxol for future generations.
10-DAB is an intermediate, which is isolated and purified from yew species such as Taxus baccata in an additional multi-step process.
Not only extraordinarily long-lived and slow-growing, our common yew, Taxus baccata, is a tough customer, extremely tolerant of cold and heat, of shade and sun, wet and dry exposure, and most soils.
Ilex aquifolium and Taxus baccata are the remaining tree species under conservation threat in the UCM-BFS.
Use columnar trees such as Taxus baccata Fastigiata, juniper or shaped carpinus to add some statuesque qualities to an area at the front door.
Las condiciones favorecen la humedad edafica, lo que condiciona la presencia de bosques mixtos eurosiberianos, caracterizados por especies como Corylus avellana, Ilex aquifolium, Taxus baccata, Tilia platyphyllos, Sorbus aria, Rhamnus cathartica, Acer monspessulanum y Prunus mahaleb, ademas de la presencia de otras especies caracteristicas de estos ambientes que resultan igualmente escasas en la region, como Aconitum vulparia subsp.
The classic garden boundary is the English yew, taxus baccata.