Camellia

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Related to japonica: Eriobotrya japonica, Pieris japonica

Camellia

includes Camellia japonica, C. susanqua; one of the two plants known to reflect the fluorine content of the soil on which it grows (the other is the tea plant (C. sinensis)). It may contain as much as 2000 ppm of fluorine.
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After flowers fade, Kerria japonica fades into the shrub border again, its narrow, bright green leaves blending with the foliage of dogwood, dark green needles of yew and finely-cut foliage of Sorbaria sorbifolia Sem.
Cymodoce japonica may have a polygynous mating system, based on our observations.
The seed of parents MH63 indica and 02428 japonica and RI lines from MH63 indica and 02428 japonica was surface sterilized with 1% hypochlorite solution for 10 minutes and rinsed well with distilled water.
japonica, in addition to the above mentioned commercial available standards, 10 more triterpenoids were also obtained from commercial suppliers.
This was due to high competition among tillers in Japonica and Indica varieties as compared to NERICA-4.
Tom suggests rubus tricolor, cotoneaster conspicuus, lonicera japonica, vinca major and pachysandra terminalis.
Esto confirma lo planteado por Delteil y colaboradores (2010), que la mayoria de la informacion y trabajos realizados en arroz se ha desarrollado en la subespecie japonica, esto puede deberse a que la respuesta al cultivo de tejidos y transformacion genetica es muy buena en esta subespecie, que ademas es la mas cultivaba en el mundo.
Summary: A method for the determination of 15 Rare earth elements (REEs) in Sophora japonica L by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) was developed.
However, the widespread use of indica rice cultivars in RS may be one of the most impairing factors in the process, since japonica cultivars have a higher salt tolerance than that of indica cultivars (LIMA et al.