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Pinaceae


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Pinaceae

Pinaceae

Phylogeny and Divergence Times in Pinaceae: Evidence from Three Genomes

Comparative Chloroplast Genomics Reveals the Evolution of Pinaceae Genera and Subfamilies

Methyl jasmonate induces changes mimicking anatomical defenses in diverse members of the Pinaceae

Comparative Chloroplast Genomes of Pinaceae: Insights into the Mechanism of Diversified Genomic Organizations

Impacts of Trunk and Soil Injections of Low Rates of Imidacloprid on Hemlock Woolly Adelgid (Hemiptera: Adelgidae) and Eastern Hemlock (Pinales: Pinaceae) Health

Phylogeny and Biogeography of Cedrus (Pinaceae) Inferred from Sequences of Seven Paternal Chloroplast and Maternal Mitochondrial DNA Regions

Clear Genetic Structure of Pinus kwangtungensis (Pinaceae) Revealed by a Plastid DNA Fragment with a Novel Minisatellite

Loss of Different Inverted Repeat Copies from the Chloroplast Genomes of Pinaceae and Cupressophytes and Influence of Heterotachy on the Evaluation of Gymnosperm Phylogeny

No Impact of Transgenic nptIi-leafy Pinus radiata (Pinales: Pinaceae) on Pseudocoremia suavis (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) or Its Endoparasitoid Meteorus pulchricornis (Hymenoptera: Braconidae)

Factors Affecting Establishment and Recovery of Sasajiscymnus tsugae (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae), an Introduced Predator of Hemlock Woolly Adelgid (Hemiptera: Adelgidae) on Eastern Hemlock (Pinales: Pinaceae)

Growth Dynamics and Morphology of Annual Shoots, According to their Architectural Position, in Young Cedrus atlantica (Endl.) Manetti ex Carrière (Pinaceae)

Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Residues of Imidacloprid and Its Insecticidal 5-Hydroxy and Olefin and Metabolites in Eastern Hemlock (Pinales: Pinaceae) in the Southern Appalachians

Comparison of the bordered pits of two species of spruce (Pinaceae) in a green and kiln-dried condition and their effects on fluid flow in the stem wood in relation to wood preservation

 

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(order Coniferales)

A family of conifers that bear both male and female cones and in which the seeds are borne between the cone scales, with no fleshy arils. The leaves are spirally arranged and linear. The cone scales are arranged spirally, each scale in female cones being a double structure with the ovule-bearing scale borne in the axil of a bract that is fused to it only at the base. Female cone scales each bear 2 inverted ovules on their upper surfaces. Male cone scales each bear 2 pollen sacs on their lower surfaces, containing pollen grains each with (usually) 2 bladder-like sacs. There are 9 genera, comprising 194 species, occurring in the northern hemisphere, mainly in temperate climates.

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry.


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