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pine

(pīn),
An evergreen coniferous tree of the genus Pinus (family Pinaceae), various species of which yield tar, turpentine, resin, and volatile oils.
[L. pinus, a pine tree]

pine

1. unthriftiness of calves due to nutritional deficiency of copper. There is a stiff gait, painful joints, graying of the haircoat and diarrhea in some. May also be used to describe the unthriftiness caused by nutritional deficiency of cobalt.
2. a tree; see pinus.
3. many other trees are also called pine incorrectly, e.g. 'cypress pine'.

pine needle abortion
see pine needle abortion.
pine lupine
lupinusalbicaulis.
pine oil
an extract from pine trees which is used as an astringent, antiseptic, antitussive and in cattle as an antifoaming agent to treat bloat.
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Keep the gauge full at all times, by inserting one pine needle at a time, in the middle of coil, usually every three stitches.
The mixed mulch project has expanded with the Soil Conservation Service dedicating part of one employee's time to coordinating pine needle activities and mulch preparation and dispersal.
But we have been staggered to find so many different applications for pine needles.
We discovered a wide range of medicinal uses for various pine needles and were staggered to find so many different applications.
Actually, the company I had contacted, Forest Enterprise, probably has millions of tons of pine needles lying beneath their conifer plantations.
Pine needle EO, extracted by hydrodistillation, were analyzed by GC-MS; a representative chromatogram is presented in Figure 1.
In this article, we report surface characteristics of the MDI pretreated pine needle fibers and wood particles obtained by Dynamic contact analyzer, FTIR microscope, and FESEM-EDAX techniques.
In fact the company was sitting on thousands of tonnes of pine needles lying where they had piled up beneath their conifer plantations.
Nick Weston on the look out for food and (inset) elderflower panna cotta with pine needle jelly
Conversely, if the ground skink will utilize pine needle litter or pine bark slough, both of which are relatively abundant following a fire, it may be able to persist and recolonize burned sites more rapidly.