Prunus


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Prunus

(prū'nŭs),
A genus of trees (family Rosaceae) including the cherry, plum, peach, and apricot trees.
[L. a plum-tree]
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It appears that clarified lemon juice and lemon juice protected Prunus products from undergoing nonenzymatic browning.
Cherry laurel (Prunus laurocerasus L.) originated in central and west Asia, south-eastern Europe, and Anatolia.
Prunus avium, or European cherry, is from Europe and the mountains of North Africa.
Incluye a Crataegus mexicana (tejocote, Rosaceae), Prunus serotina (capulin, Rosaceae), Persea americana (aguacate, Lauraceae) y Psidium guajava (guayaba, Myrtaceae), donde recalca la importancia de ampliar este tipo de estudios que den informacion biologica y ecologica que permitan fomentar plantaciones y hacer un uso racional de las especies.
Estas dos ultimas especies mostraron para dicho par de primer dos alelos denominados A1 y A2, mientras que la especie Prunus cerasus presento, ademas de los dos alelos ya indicados, un tercero denominado A3.
COOL CONTENDERS: Prunus Subhirtella Autumnalis (top), the hardy pansy (below left) and Chinese Witch Hazel
Palabras clave: Duraznillo, Prunus annularis, crecimiento, plantacion forestal, Costa Rica.
Popularly known as Pygeum, the Prunus is a large evergreen tree that grows in the high mountain areas of Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, DRCongo, Kenya, Tanzania, Madagascar, Malawi, Uganda, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Comores, and the islands of Sao Tome and Fernando Poo.
We have more pink bursting elsewhere: Our Prunus serrulata 'Kwanzan' flowering cherry has a double rosy pink flower, and you still might be able to catch the show put on by our 'Akebono' cherries (they usually open during the last week of March).
The group created the flower arrangements, using unopened someiyoshino blossoms (Prunus yedoensis) that had been preserved in snow, and displayed them at the hotel where FIFA staff are to stay.