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tree

 [tre]
an anatomic structure with branches resembling a tree.
bronchial tree the bronchi and their branching structures; see color plates.
tracheobronchial tree the trachea, bronchi, and their branching structures; see color plates.

tree

(tre) an anatomic structure with branches resembling a tree.
bronchial tree  the bronchi and their branching structures.
dendritic tree  the branching arrangement of a dendrite.
tracheobronchial tree  the trachea, bronchi, and their branching structures.

tree

Etymology: AS, treow
1 an anatomical structure with branches that spread out like those of a tree, such as the bronchial tree and the tracheobronchial tree.
2 a pattern of searching for information in a computer database, following a series of branching options from a general category to reach specific desired items while eliminating unwanted possibilities. MEDLINE and other computer databases are organized in a "logic tree" pattern.
Anatomy Any branching structure—e.g., bronchial tree, vascular tree
Botany A perennial woody plant having a main trunk and usually a distinct crown
Evidence-based medicine A diagram of an algorithm for a particular process
Evolutionary biology A schematic which demonstrates the relatedness of organisms
Genetics A diagram with branches in descending lines showing relationships as to lineage

tree,

n any woody perennial plant.
tree, bo,
n Latin name:
Ficus religiosa; parts used: fruits, bark, seeds, leaves, latex; uses: in Ayurveda, pacifies kapha and pitta doshas (astringent, heavy, dry), hypoglycemic, antiulcer, antiasthmatic, antitumor, antibacterial, antiprotozoal, antiviral, anthelmintic, diarrhea, dysentery, mumps, warts, earache, skin diseases; contraindications: none known. Also called
ashwattha, peepal, peepul, pipal, pippala, or
sacred fig.
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Tree, bo.
tree, chaste,
n Latin name:
Vitex agnus castus; part used: fruit (dried, ripe); uses: PMS, infertility, mastodynia, uterine bleeding, prostatitis, spermatorrhea; precautions: pregnancy, lactation, children; can cause headaches, diarrhea, stomach cramps, anorexia, depression, rash. Also called
chasteberry, gatillier, hemp tree, keuschbaum, or
monk's pepper.
tree, cola,
n Latin names:
Cola nitida, Cola acuminata; part used: seeds; uses: antidepressant, diuretic, antiinflammatory, antidiarrheal, cardiovascular disease, dyspnea, fatigue, morning sickness, migraines, wound healing; precautions: pregnancy, lactation, children; patients hyper-sensitive to chocolate or with gastro-intestinal ulcers, ischemic heart disease, hypertension, dysrhythmias, or irregular heartbeats. Also called
bissy nut, cola nut, guru nut, kola nut, and
kolatier.
tree, European spindle,
n Latin name:
Euonymus europaeus; parts used: roots, seeds, leaves, fruit; uses: general health, cholagogic, gentle promotion of bowel movements, stimulation of physiologic processes, appetite, liver conditions after or accompanying fevers, induction of vomiting, skin parasites; precautions: may produce painful, watery bowel movements; may irritate intestines. Also called
common spindle tree, evonimo, igagaci, spindle bush, spindle tree, and
wilde kardinaalsmuts.
tree, Jaborandi (jä·bōˑ·rn·dē trē),
n.pr Latin names:
Pilocarpus jaborandi, Pilocarpus microphyllus, Pilocarpus pinnatifolius; part used: leaves; uses: glaucoma, diabetes, nephritis, psoriasis, eczema; precautions: patients with asthma, angle-closure glaucoma, obstructive pulmonary conditions, heart disease, kidney disease, or neurologic conditions. Also called
arruda brava, arruda do mato, Indian hemp, jamguarandi, jaurandi, or
pernambuco jaborandi.
tree, mango,
n Latin name:
Mangifera indica; parts used: fruit, seeds, pulp, bark, roots, leaves; uses: in Ayurveda, pacifies kapha and pitta doshas (astringent, light, dry), antiseptic, astringent, stomachic, vermifuge, laxative, diurectic, diarrhea, anemia, bronchitis, rheumatism; juice: tonic, heat stroke; seeds: asthma; precautions: skin and sap can cause mango dermatitis. Also called
aam or
aamra.
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Tree, mango.
tree, marking-nut,
n Latin name:
Semecarpus anacardium; parts used: fruit, gum, oil; uses: in Ayurveda, pacifies vata dosha (light, oily, sharp, sweet, astringent), antineoplastic, immunomodulator, antiarthritic, antimicrobial, anthelmintic, hypocholesterolemic; juice: cracked skin, tumors; fruit: carminative, rubefacient, vesicant, anorexia, asthma, alopecia, ulcers, leprosy, corns, nervous conditions; precautions: allergies. Also called
bhallataka or
bhilawa.
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Tree, marking-nut.
tree, silk cotton,
n Latin name:
Salmalia malabarica; parts used: seeds, leaves, fruits, roots, flowers, gum; uses: in Ayurveda, pacifices pitta and vata doshas (sweet, heavy, dry), cardiac stimulant, astringent, diuretic, expectorant, tonic, emetic, alterative, antiinflammatory, styptic, demulcent, influenza, acute dysentery, bladder conditions, catarrh, cystitis, gonorrhea, chickenpox; precautions: none known. Also called
Bombax mala-baricum, rakta-pushpa, or
semul.
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Tree, silk cotton.
tree, tea,
n Latin name:
Melaleuca alternifolia; parts used: oil distilled from branches, leaves; uses: topical antiseptic, insect bites, antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, acne, eczema, psoriasis, candidiasis, gum disease; precautions: pregnancy, lactation, children; may cause skin irritation. Also called
Australian tea tree oil or
melaleuca oil.

tree

1. an anatomical structure with branches resembling a tree.
2. in information science, a decision tree.

bronchial tree
the trachea, bronchi and successive branching generations of the respiratory passages.
tree daffodil
thevetiaperuviana.
decision tree
see decision tree.
tree diagram
see decision tree.
tree lupin
lupinusarboreus.
tree nettle
see urtica.
tree shrew
primitive arboreal mammal that some taxonomists place with the primates. Like squirrels in shape and size. Called also Tupaia spp.
tree snake
a number of colubrid snakes that lead an arboreal existence and practice falling from trees with their body spread out, earning the name of flying snake.
tree tobacco
nicotianaglauca.
tracheobronchial tree
the trachea, bronchi and their branching structures.
tree zamia
cycasarmstrongii, C. media.

Patient discussion about tree

Q. Could i be allergic to trees? I have a lot of olive trees in my neighborhood and I have been told that olive trees are highly allergic.

A. Thanks a lot Brandon. I'll try your tip

Q. if someone is allergic to olive trees, does that mean they are allergic to olive oil as well?

A. I asked him, and he said he has no prob with olive oil.
Dinner was spectacular if i may add :)

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arboreus fue mas frecuente en las fincas citricolas del departamento del Atlantico y en algunas fincas del Magdalena, con un porcentaje de incidencia mayor al 30%: mientras que su ocurrencia fue mucho menor en las fincas de Cordoba.
Debido a la introduccion de la actividad forestal es comun encontrar la asociacion Lupinetum arboreus (Kholer, 1970) donde domina el arbusto Lupinus arboreus e hierbas como Ammophila arenaria, y las especies forestales tipicas, en especial, Pinus radiata.
Lupinus arboreus, a shrubby N fixing legume, creates N enriched patches beneath its canopy that are invaded by exotic annuals when the shrub dies, to the detriment of slow growing natives (Maron and Jeffries 1999).
High mortality, fluctuation in numbers, and heavy subterranean insect herbivory in bush lupine, Lupinus arboreus.
For example, some Dysdercus bugs change their feeding habits: during the wet season they eat the seeds of various species of Bombacaceae (Bombacopsis, Ceiba and Pseudobombax) and Sterculiaceae (Ster-culia), whereas during the dry season they eat the tender flowers and fruits of herbaceous and bushy members of the Malvaceae, such as Mal-vaviscus arboreus and several species of Sida and Wissadula.
Tree Lupine--Lupinus arboreus, family Leguminosae; an herbaceous, perennial, shrubby herb grown in the flower border for its fragrant, sulfur-yellow flowers.
Tambien el nombre de la planta puede servir para recordar el lugar donde crece y de ello colegir algunas de sus cualidades, como el atlatzonpililli (Malvaviscus arboreus Cav.
Effects of an early-season folivorous moth on the success of a late-season speices, mediated by a change in the quality of the shared host, Lupinus arboreus Sims.
The effect of Lupinus arboreus on the nitrogen status of china clay wastes.
224) The other species, which the Nature Conservancy is trying to eradicate from the Christensen Preserve in Humboldt County, is Lupinus arboreus, or yellow bush lupine, a much more common plant.
Animals hunted or gathered for meat include the grasscutter Thyronomus swinderianus, tree hyrax Dendrohyrax arboreus, grey duiker Sylvicapra grimmia, bushbuck Tragelophus scriptus, bushpig Potamochoerus porcus, spot-nosed monkey Cercopithecus ascenius, and various snails, lizards, snakes, turtles, termites, caterpillars, and squirrels.