A plant genus of the family CUPRESSACEAE. Cypress ordinarily refers to this but also forms part of the name of plants in other genera.
A plant family of the order Urticales, subclass Hamamelidae, class Magnoliopsida. Members are trees and shrubs of temperate regions that have watery sap and alternate leaves which are lopsided at the base. The flowers lack petals.
A plant genus of the family JUGLANDACEAE that bears edible nuts.
A plant genus of the family CUPRESSACEAE. The species are slow growing coniferous evergreen trees or shrubs.
A seven-membered aromatic ring compound. It is structurally related to a number of naturally occurring antifungal compounds (ANTIFUNGAL AGENTS).
A plant genus of the family OLEACEAE. Members contain secoiridoid glucosides.
The fertilizing element of plants that contains the male GAMETOPHYTES.
Compounds with a core of 10 carbons generally formed via the mevalonate pathway from the combination of 3,3-dimethylallyl pyrophosphate and isopentenyl pyrophosphate. They are cyclized and oxidized in a variety of ways. Due to the low molecular weight many of them exist in the form of essential oils (OILS, VOLATILE).
An island republic in the eastern Mediterranean Sea. Its capital is Nicosia. It was colonized by the Phoenicians and ancient Greeks and ruled successively by the Assyrian, Persian, Ptolemaic, Roman, and Byzantine Empires. It was under various countries from the 12th to the 20th century but became independent in 1960. The name comes from the Greek Kupros, probably representing the Sumerian kabar or gabar, copper, famous in historic times for its copper mines. The cypress tree is also named after the island. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p308 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p134)
A country in northern Africa bordering the Mediterranean Sea, between MOROCCO and TUNISIA. Its capital is Algiers.
Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
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A plant genus in the family ROSACEAE, order Rosales, subclass Rosidae. It is best known as a source of edible fruits such as apricot, plum, peach, cherry, and almond.
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A plant genus of the family LOGANIACEAE (classified by some botanists as Gelsemiaceae). The sometimes used common name of trumpet flower is also used for DATURA.
A plant genus of the family TAXODIACEAE known for including some of the tallest trees.
A plant genus of the family BUXACEAE. Members contain steroidal alkaloids.
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A plant genus of the LAMIACEAE family.
A subset of various vascular plants (also known as the Tracheophyta) which include seed-bearing and non seed-bearing species.
The usually underground portions of a plant that serve as support, store food, and through which water and mineral nutrients enter the plant. (From American Heritage Dictionary, 1982; Concise Dictionary of Biology, 1990)
Expanded structures, usually green, of vascular plants, characteristically consisting of a bladelike expansion attached to a stem, and functioning as the principal organ of photosynthesis and transpiration. (American Heritage Dictionary, 2d ed)
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A plant genus of the family BRASSICACEAE that contains ARABIDOPSIS PROTEINS and MADS DOMAIN PROTEINS. The species A. thaliana is used for experiments in classical plant genetics as well as molecular genetic studies in plant physiology, biochemistry, and development.
A country in northern Africa, bordering the Mediterranean Sea, between Libya and the Gaza Strip, and the Red Sea north of Sudan, and includes the Asian Sinai Peninsula Its capital is Cairo.
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Multiple signalling pathways mediate fungal elicitor-induced beta-thujaplicin biosynthesis in Cupressus lusitanica cell cultures. (1/33)

The biosynthesis of a phytoalexin, beta-thujaplicin, in Cupressus lusitanica cell cultures can be stimulated by a yeast elicitor, H(2)O(2), or methyl jasmonate. Lipoxygenase activity was also stimulated by these treatments, suggesting that the oxidative burst and jasmonate pathway may mediate the elicitor-induced accumulation of beta-thujaplicin. The elicitor signalling pathway involved in beta-thujaplicin induction was further investigated using pharmacological and biochemical approaches. Treatment of the cells with calcium ionophore A23187 alone stimulated the production of beta-thujaplicin. A23187 also enhanced the elicitor-induced production of beta-thujaplicin. EGTA, LaCl(3), and verapamil pretreatments partially blocked A23187- or yeast elicitor-induced accumulation of beta-thujaplicin. These results suggest that Ca(2+) influx is required for elicitor-induced production of beta-thujaplicin. Treatment of cell cultures with mastoparan, melittin or cholera toxin alone or in combination with the elicitor stimulated the production of beta-thujaplicin or enhanced the elicitor-induced production of beta-thujaplicin. The G-protein inhibitor suramin inhibited the elicitor-induced production of beta-thujaplicin, suggesting that receptor-coupled G-proteins are likely to be involved in the elicitor-induced biosynthesis of beta-thujaplicin. Indeed, both GTP-binding activity and GTPase activity of the plasma membrane were stimulated by elicitor, and suramin and cholera toxin affected G-protein activities. In addition, all inhibitors of G-proteins and Ca(2+) flux suppressed elicitor-induced increases in lipoxygenase activity whereas activators of G-proteins and the Ca(2+) signalling pathway increased lipoxygenase activity. These observations suggest that Ca(2+) and G-proteins may mediate elicitor signals to the jasmonate pathway, and the jasmonate signalling pathway may then lead to the production of beta-thujaplicin.  (+info)

Jasmonate and ethylene signalling and their interaction are integral parts of the elicitor signalling pathway leading to beta-thujaplicin biosynthesis in Cupressus lusitanica cell cultures. (2/33)

Roles of jasmonate and ethylene signalling and their interaction in yeast elicitor-induced biosynthesis of a phytoalexin, beta-thujaplicin, were investigated in Cupressus lusitanica cell cultures. Yeast elicitor, methyl jasmonate, and ethylene all induce the production of beta-thujaplicin. Elicitor also stimulates the biosynthesis of jasmonate and ethylene before the induction of beta-thujaplicin accumulation. The elicitor-induced beta-thujaplicin accumulation can be partly blocked by inhibitors of jasmonate and ethylene biosynthesis or signal transduction. These results indicate that the jasmonate and ethylene signalling pathways are integral parts of the elicitor signal transduction leading to beta-thujaplicin accumulation. Methyl jasmonate treatment can induce ethylene production, whereas ethylene does not induce jasmonate biosynthesis; methyl jasmonate-induced beta-thujaplicin accumulation can be partly blocked by inhibitors of ethylene biosynthesis and signalling, while blocking jasmonate biosynthesis inhibits almost all ethylene-induced beta-thujaplicin accumulation. These results indicate that the ethylene and jasmonate pathways interact in mediating beta-thujaplicin production, with the jasmonate pathway working as a main control and the ethylene pathway as a fine modulator for beta-thujaplicin accumulation. Both the ethylene and jasmonate signalling pathways can be regulated upstream by Ca(2+). Ca(2+) influx negatively regulates ethylene production, and differentially regulates elicitor- or methyl jasmonate-stimulated ethylene production.  (+info)

Cellular fine structures and histochemical reactions in the tissue of a cypress twig preserved in Baltic amber. (3/33)

A twig of a cypress plant preserved for ca. 45 Myr in Baltic amber was analysed by light and electron microscopy. Cross-sections of the whole plant showed an almost intact tissue of the entire stem and leaves, revealing, to our knowledge, the oldest and most highly preserved tissue from an amber inclusion reported so far. The preparations are based on a new technique of internal imbedding, whereby the hollow spaces within the inclusion are filled with synthetic resin which stabilizes the cellular structures during the sectioning procedure. Cytological stains applied to the sections reacted with cell walls and nuclei. A strong green auto-fluorescence of the cuticle and the resin canals in the leaves was observed. Transmission electron micrographs revealed highly preserved fine structures of cell walls, membranes and organelles. The results were compared with taxonomically related recent Glyptostrobus and Juniperus plants.  (+info)

Human CD1-restricted T cell recognition of lipids from pollens. (4/33)

Plant pollens are an important source of environmental antigens that stimulate allergic responses. In addition to acting as vehicles for foreign protein antigens, they contain lipids that incorporate saturated and unsaturated fatty acids, which are necessary in the reproduction of higher plants. The CD1 family of nonpolymorphic major histocompatibility complex-related molecules is highly conserved in mammals, and has been shown to present microbial and self lipids to T cells. Here, we provide evidence that pollen lipids may be recognized as antigens by human T cells through a CD1-dependent pathway. Among phospholipids extracted from cypress grains, phosphatidyl-choline and phosphatidyl-ethanolamine were able to stimulate the proliferation of T cells from cypress-sensitive subjects. Recognition of phospholipids involved multiple cell types, mostly CD4(+) T cell receptor for antigen (TCR)alphabeta(+), some CD4(-)CD8(-) TCRgammadelta(+), but rarely Valpha24i(+) natural killer-T cells, and required CD1a(+) and CD1d(+) antigen presenting cell. The responding T cells secreted both interleukin (IL)-4 and interferon-gamma, in some cases IL-10 and transforming growth factor-beta, and could provide help for immunoglobulin E (IgE) production. Responses to pollen phospholipids were maximally evident in blood samples obtained from allergic subjects during pollinating season, uniformly absent in Mycobacterium tuberculosis-exposed health care workers, but occasionally seen in nonallergic subjects. Finally, allergic, but not normal subjects, displayed circulating specific IgE and cutaneous weal and flare reactions to phospholipids.  (+info)

Streptomyces jietaisiensis sp. nov., isolated from soil in northern China. (5/33)

An actinomycete, strain FXJ46(T), was isolated from cypress forest soil in northern China and shown to have chemotaxonomic and morphological properties consistent with streptomycetes. It developed greyish aerial mycelium and pinkish-brown substrate mycelium on oatmeal agar. Phylogenetic analyses based on an almost complete 16S rRNA gene sequence of the strain and on the 120 nucleotide variable gamma-region of this molecule showed that it formed a distinct (but closely associated) line with Streptomyces griseoaurantiacus DSM 40430(T) in Streptomyces trees. However, the DNA-DNA relatedness between the two strains was only 48.8%. A number of phenotypic properties also readily distinguished the isolate from S. griseoaurantiacus and related Streptomyces species with validly published names. It is proposed, therefore, that this organism be classified as a novel species of the genus Streptomyces, for which the name Streptomyces jietaisiensis sp. nov. is proposed. The type strain is FXJ46(T) (=AS 4.1859(T)=JCM 12279(T)).  (+info)

In vitro and in vivo biological activities of old and fresh Cupressus arizonica pollen. (6/33)

BACKGROUND: Respiratory allergy to the pollen of Cupressaceae is becoming more and more common every year in the Mediterranean area. OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to see whether the allergenic potency of Cupressus arizonica pollen diminished after a 6-year period (1994-2000). MATERIALS AND METHODS: Among the Cupressaceae, we selected the pollen of C arizonica. The mode of sampling in 1994 and in 2000 was the same and the pollen was collected on the same tree and stored at room temperature. To compare its biological and allergenic activities data was collected with the following methods: cytohistology of Alexander, 2,3,5-triphenyltetrazolium chloride enzyme staining, skin testing, nasal provocation test, radioallergosorbent test (RAST), RAST inhibition, sodium dodecyl sulfate polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis, and immunoblotting to detect protein content. Thirty-eight patients with respiratory allergy to Cupressaceae were selected. RESULTS: We found no decrease in the allergenic potency of the pollen, but did find that viability and germinating power had disappeared completely after 30 to 40 days. Moreover, the amount of protein in the old pollen was half the amount found in the fresh one. Skin prick testing showed identical results with the old and the fresh pollens. CONCLUSIONS: The allergenic in vivo and in vitro activity of cypress pollen is retained for years after its collection. This activity seems to be independent of the viability of pollen grains and of the total protein content. This may explain the presence of clinical symptoms in patients out of the pollen season.  (+info)

Identification of italian cypress (Cupressus sempervirens) pollen allergen Cup s 3 using homology and cross-reactivity. (7/33)

BACKGROUND: The prevalence of seasonal allergic diseases of the upper airways is increasing in industrialized countries. The Cupressaceae are important causes of pollinosis, particularly in Europe. OBJECTIVE: To determine whether the pollen from Cupressus sempervirens (Italian cypress) contains a pathogenesis-related group 5 (PR-5) protein, similar to that found in other allergenic Cupressaceae pollens. METHODS: Messenger RNA was purified from Italian cypress pollen, and complementary DNA (cDNA) was synthesized. cDNAs for PR-5 proteins were amplified by polymerase chain reaction and extended by rapid amplification of cDNA ends methods. Recombinant Cup s 3 was expressed in Escherichia coli as a fusion protein. Inhibition enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays were used to test the allergenicity of Cup s 3. RESULTS: Three cDNAs were cloned. These clones had approximately 95% identity to Jun a 3 and Cup a 3. Recombinant Cup s 3.0102 maltose-binding protein inhibited the IgE from most patients from binding to an extract of Italian cypress. The extent of inhibition suggested that antibodies to Cup s 3 were a prominent component of the IgE response to Italian cypress pollen. CONCLUSION: Cup s 3, an allergen of Italian cypress pollen, was identified based on cross-reactivity and homology with other pollen PR-5 proteins, despite an apparently low level of protein expression. Variations in the content of Cup s 3 in the pollen from different regions or trees should be considered in the choice of extracts for diagnosis and specific immunotherapy for Italian cypress pollen hypersensitivity.  (+info)

Antifungal effect of eugenol and nerolidol against Microsporum gypseum in a guinea pig model. (8/33)

Essential oils have been widely used in anti-infectious application. In the present study, we elucidated the antifungal activities of eugenol and nerolidol isolated from Japanese cypress oil in a guinea pig model infected by Microsporum gypseum (M. gypseum). A minimal inhibitory concentration (MIC), skin lesion scoring, hair culture and histopathologic examination of skin tissues were performed to evaluate the antifungal effect of these oils. The MICs of eugenol, nerolidol and econazole (positive control) were 0.01-0.03% and 0.5-2% and 4-16 microg/ml, respectively. Based on these MICs, eugenol and nerolidol were adjusted to 10% concentration with a base of Vaseline petroleum jelly and were applied topically to the skin lesion infected with M. gypseum daily for 3 weeks. Both eugenol and nerolidol were clinically effective at improving the lesion during the first week of application, as determined by skin lesion scoring. Nerolidol improved the skin lesions infected by M. gypseum, but eugenol did not, as determined in the hair culture test. Histopathologic examination revealed that the eugenol- and nerolidol-treated groups had a lower degree of hyperkeratosis and inflammatory cell infiltration than the positive control. Taken together, these results suggest that eugenol and nerolidol could apply supplementary antifungal agents.  (+info)

Title:Mediterranean Cypress Cupressus sempervirens: A Review on Phytochemical and Pharmacological Properties. VOLUME: 5 ISSUE: 4. Author(s):Mohd Kamil Hussain, Mohammad Saquib, Tanveer Ahamad, Shahnaaz Khatoon and Mohammad Faheem Khan*. Affiliation:Department of Chemistry, Govt. Raza P.G. College, Rampur-244901, UP, Department of Chemistry, University of Allahabad-211002, UP, Department of Biotechnology, Eras Lucknow Medical College, Era University, Lucknow-226003, UP, Department of Botany, D.N. (PG) College, Meerut-200005, UP, Department of Biotechnology, Eras Lucknow Medical College, Era University, Lucknow-226003, UP. Keywords:Cupressus sempervirens L., Mediterranean cypress, 8, 8-biapigenin, diterpenoids, bioflavonoids, trans-communic acid.. Abstract:. Background: Cupressus sempervirens (C. sempervirens), commonly known as Mediterranean cypress is native to the eastern Mediterranean region, North America and subtropical Asia at higher altitudes. The crude, semi-purified and purified ...
Cupressus arizonica var. glabra, known as the Arizona smooth bark cypress or smooth Arizona cypress, is a conifer native to the American Southwest, with a range stretching over the canyons and slopes in a somewhat wide vicinity around Sedona, Arizona. It was first described by George Bishop Sudworth in 1910.[3] It is distinguished from Cupressus arizonica var. arizonica by its very smooth, non-furrowed bark which can appear in shades of pink, cherry, and grey.[citation needed] It is often seen in cultivation, as unlike Monterey Cypress, it has proved almost immune to Cypress Canker. ...
Cupressus dupreziana, the Saharan cypress, Moroccan cypress,[1] or tarout, is a very rare coniferous tree native to the Tassili nAjjer mountains in the central Sahara desert, southeast Algeria, where it forms a unique population of trees hundreds of kilometres from any other trees. There are only 233 specimens of this critically endangered species, the largest about 22 m tall. The majority are estimated to be over 2000 years old, with very little regeneration due to the increasing desertification of the Sahara. Rainfall totals in the area are estimated to be about 30 mm annually. The largest one is named Tin-Balalan is believed to be the oldest tarout tree with a circumference of 12 meters or 36 feet. This species is distinct from the allied Cupressus sempervirens (Mediterranean cypress) in its much bluer foliage with a white resin spot on each leaf, the smaller shoots often being flattened in a single plane. It also has smaller cones, only 1.5-2.5 cm long. Cupressus atlantica (Moroccan ...
The canker-causing fungus Seiridium cardinale is the major threat to Cupressus sempervirens worldwide. We investigated the production of terpenes by canker-resistant and susceptible cypresses inoculated with S. cardinale, the effect of these terpenes on fungal growth, and the defensive biotransformation of the terpenes conducted by the fungus. All infected trees produced de novo terpenes and strongly induced terpenic responses, but the responses were stronger in the canker-resistant than the susceptible trees. In vitro tests for the inhibition of fungal growth indicated that the terpene concentrations of resistant trees were more inhibitory than those of susceptible trees. The highly induced and de novo terpenes exhibited substantial inhibition (more than a fungicide reference) and had a high concentration-dependent inhibition, whereas the most abundant terpenes had a low concentration-dependent inhibition. S. cardinale biotransformed three terpenes and was capable of detoxifying them even ...
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Latin Name: Cupressus sempervirens Common Name: Cypress (aka Italian Cypress). Botanical Name: Cupressus sempervirens. Botany: Tall evergreen tree, growing to 15-120 feet with needle like leaves. Mostly grown in the Mediterranean area.. History: Both the Egyptians and Romans dedicated the cypress tree to their gods of death and the underworld as a symbol of life after death.. Origin: Spain. Plant Part: Needle. Extraction Method: Steam distilled. Cultivation Method: Wildcrafted. Fragrance: Pine-like, sweet, woodsy, spicy, herbaceous, balsamic. Color of Oil: Pale yellow. Keyword: Astringent. Note: Top-Middle Note. Blends well with: Benzoin, Bergamot, Cardamom, Cedarwood, Chamomile, Clary Sage, Coriander, Fennel, Grapefruit, Juniper, Lavender, Lemon, Lime, Mandarin, Marjoram, Myrrh, Orange, Pine, Rosemary, Sandalwood, Tangerine. Therapeutic Benefits - Mind: Cypress is good for dispelling irritability, anger, and anxiety. It also is used to boost confidence.. Therapeutic Benefits - Body: Cypress is ...
Recombinant Cup a 1, the major allergen of Cupressus arizonica pollen, was shown to be highly homologous with the major allergens of Mountain cedar (Jun a 1), Japanese cypress (Cha o 1) and Japanese cedar (Cry j 1). As expected, the high degree of homology with Cha o 1, Jun a 1 and Cry j 1 explains the cross-reactivity of conifer pollens. Different IgE reactivity with the glycosylated and non-glycosylated protein suggests the importance of carbohydrate moieties in the IgE binding site (7, 8). In a mouse model, the common antigenicity at the T-cell level between Japanese cedar and cypress pollen allergens was demonstrated to be caused by the existence of an identitical-cell epitope in Cry j 1 and Cha o 1 (9). These studies also indicated that Cry j 1 and Cha o 1 share their B-cell epitope but not their T-cell epitope (10 ...
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Pelargonium (type of geranium), Cupressus Sempervirens (Cypress) and Melaleuca quinquenervia viridiflora (Niaouli) are three essential oils that I know of that are used in solutions to cure hemroids.. Italian cypress (cupressaceae) essential oil may be a suitable substitute if you cannot get the cupressus sempervirens, as it too acts as a vasoconstrictor (contracts the muscle in blood vessels, causing the blood vessels to narrow), astringent (contracts the tissues around the blood vessels, thereby reducing or stopping blood flow) and antiseptic (germ killer), but you would need to check this out further.. Niaouli acts to cure hemroids and promotes symptom relief as well. Niaoulis analgesic properties helps to deaden the pain of hemroids, while its cicatrisant properties encourages healing via the formation of scars on damaged areas, presumably including the area the hemroid falls off from as well. The essential oils properties of being an antiseptic and bactericide, aids healing by preventing ...
L. Ouahmane, M. Hafidi, C. Plenchette, M. Kisa, A. Boumezzough, et al.. Lavandula species as accompanying plants in Cupressus replanting strategies : Effect on plant growth mycorrhizal soil infectivity and soil microbial catabolic diversity. Applied Soil Ecology, Elsevier, 2006, --, pp.190-199. ⟨hal-00428018⟩ ...
Govaerts, R. et al. 2020. Cupressus chengiana in World Checklist of Selected Plant Families. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Published on the internet. Accessed: 2020 Jan 06 ...
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Cupressus sempervirens belonging to the Family Cupressacea, is an evergreen conifer, which grows to a height of 25 to 45 metres (62 to 142 feet). This well-known columnar, sometimes called Italian cypress has been known in Mediterranean countries since antiquity. Both the Greeks and the Romans planted these trees on temple and burial grounds, and even today, in temperate countries this tree is associated with parks and cemeteries. Guenther describes Cypress as ..a tree of serene beauty, blending well into the Mediterranean landscape; its dark foliage contrasts with the lucid sky, and etches delicate silhouettes against the blue sea. A colourless to pale yellow green essential oil is obtained through steam distillation of the cones, twigs and needles. The yield, quality and chemical components of the oil will depend upon the condition of the plant material and the method and length of the distillation. Only young branches and adherent leaves should be used. The yield from fresh terminal ...
Cupressus sempervirens, organically produced, steam-distilled young tips, France. • Astringent • Circulatory Stimulant • Compress for hemorrhoids • Hormonal effects • Grief - blend with Rose or Jasmine
Ingredients:Hydrogenated Ethylhexyl Olivate, Hydrogenated Olive Oil Unsaponifiable, Caprylic/ (Medium Chain Triglyceride), Helianthus annuus (Sunflower Oil), Isopropyl Palmitate, Vitamin E and the essential oils of Lavandula angustifolia, (Lavender), Citrus paradise (Grapefruit) Cupressus sempervirens (Cypress) Descrip
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Italian Cypress, Swanes Golden Italian Cypress). Swanes Golden Italian cypress is a very narrow, columnar evergreen tree native to western Asia and southern Europe. Its soft-scaled needles are short and wispy and are golden yellow, and help hide the small oval cones. The look of the needled branches is somewhat billowy along the tall vertical shape of the tree.. Grow golden Italian cypress in full sun in average to dry soil with good drainage. Although it grows in several warm temperate climates, it will be troublesome to maintain in regions.... ...
Della Rocca, G., Eyre, C., Danti, R., & Garbelotto, M. (2011) Sequence and Simple-Sequence Repeat Analyses of the Fungal Pathogen Seiridium cardinale Indicate California Is the Most Likely Source of the Cypress Canker Epidemic for the Mediterranean Region. Phytopathology 101(12): 1408-1417. Doi: 10.1094/PHYTO-05-11-0144 PDF ...
This species is widely planted in northern districts of the North Island, where it grows moderately rapidly. It is often planted in conjunction with willows or poplars, because it is particularly shade tolerant. It can be used as the slower growing species in both boundary and internal shelterbelts. It does not perform well in the South Island.. Leyland cypress (Cupressocyparis leylandii). Several clones of Leyland cypress are available, the most commonly planted being Leighton Green. Other clones include Naylors Blue, Green Spire, Haggerston Grey, and Castlewellan Gold. All these clones can be affected by cypress canker, but they are more resistant than other Cupressus species.. They are relatively fast growing for an evergreen species, and eventually grow into large trees. Their major use is for boundary shelter in districts exposed to salt-laden winds. Regular side trimming is required (they are prone to heavy-side branching) but this may cause the shelterbelt to become too dense ...
We use the Tecate cypress (Cupressus forebesii Jeps.), a fire-adapted short-lived tree species endemic to southern California and northern Baja, Mexico, as a model to examine whether more than a century of fire regime difference across the US-Mexico international border has selected for different reproductive life history traits, produced different population demographics, and generated different genetic variability among perennial plant populations. Our hypotheses are that Baja populations, being subjected to a more variable and fine grained fire regime, should exhibit multiple age classes, older tree age at maturity, facultative serotiny, and greater among-population genetic variability. California populations on the other hand, being subjected to a very narrow variation in mostly stand-replacement fire regime resulting from strict fire suppression management, should exhibit fewer age classes, younger tree age at maturity, obligate serotiny, and lower among-population genetic variability. ...
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t tree species remains largely unknown. This study involved assessing changes in soil phosphorus (P) over a 10 year period following the afforestation of grazed pasture with 3 contrasting tree species (Pinus radiata, Cupressus macrocarpa, Eucalyptus nitens) in a replicated field trial at Orton Bradley Park, New Zealand. A combination of techniques (sequential fractionation, alkaline phosphatase hydrolysable P, solution ³¹P nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy) was used to quantify changes in the nature and bioavailability of soil P. Results revealed that the establishment and growth of trees caused a significant decrease in soil organic P within 10 years, indicating net organic P mineralisation. Surprisingly this trend was similar under all three tree species, which suggested similar soil P acquisition despite differences in the type of mycorrhizae associated with each species: P. radiata is ectomycorrhizal, C. macrocarpa is arbuscular mycorrhizal, and E. nitens can beectomycorrhizal or ...
These are suplied by nurseries direct to garden centres or sheds (Wooidies, BQ, etc ) they are usually planted up when ordered the same week not much profit in them, usually a dot plant Cupressus macrocarpa Goldcrest ( dump it after a year and dont plant it outside in garden as it is a monster in time) then a few beding plants are planted around the side maybe 4/5 or else a pot of Tet a Tet daffs as well now get the picture colourful, attractive, cheerful, cheap, the plants are then watered to settle in, then placed on a trolly for dispatch, watered again before dispact and wrapped in clingfilm ...
This months publication date of The Loop coincides with the traditional advice that the best date for trimming box topiary is Derby day, 1st of June. The race itself wont be run this year but perhaps you can celebrate it by cutting any box topiary in your garden. I have got 25 box balls to cut in my front garden plus one in a pot on the patio. Finding the time to do it on the right day may not be a problem just now but the amount of sunshine we have been getting lately may be because the advice is to …cut box only on a cloudy day; doing this reduces the risk of cut leaves going brown on the edges. You can buy special shears for topiary or an electric cutter but I find that sharp shears (held upside down for a curved shape) get the most satisfying result. I enjoy doing it. Box, of course, is not the only hedge that needs cutting. Privet should be cut several times a year. Cupressus only once a year and August is a good time for doing it. However hard you try to keep them under control hedges ...
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A two-years postdoc position is open for non-french applicants at the Laboratoire de Biochimie et Physiologie Moléculaire des Plantes located at INRA Montpellier, France. The aim of the work is to investigate auxin transport and signalling in Arabidopsis thaliana and Casuarina glauca in relation to the regulation of root development by the nitrogen nutrition of the plant (mutation in nitrate transporter genes in A. thaliana, or formation of N2-fixing nodules in C. glauca). Highly motivated applicants with a strong publication record will be considered. The requested experimental skills include a solid background in cell and molecular biology. A good experience in protein localisation will be an advantage. Montpellier is a very attractive city of southern France, with a rich academic environment in plant sciences (several universities, many research institutions). The position has to be filled by March 2008, and the salary will be modulated according to the previous research experience of the ...
The new theoretical physics and statistical mechanics group at Universite Montpellier II in Montpellier, France is seeking candidates for 1 PhD student position (3 years - start: September/October 2012) and 1 postdoctoral fellow position (1 year + possibilities for extension - start: Fall-Winter 2012-2013). Topics to be studied include: i) motor protein dynamics in intracellular phenomena; ii) non-equilibrium classical transport at molecular scales; iii) collective transport phenomena on complex networks; and iv) interface theory/experiments. Candidates profile: interest for analytical/numerical approaches in biophysics and theoretical physics inspired by biological phenomena, statistical mechanics, stochastic processes, nonlinear phenomena. Contact Prof. Andrea Parmeggiani at [email protected] ...
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There may be many different options to choose from to create privacy screening. A landscape designer would consider the specific conditions of your site before considering looks: sun/shade exposure, damp/dry soil, narrow/wide planting area, to name a few. Then within the set of plants that will thrive in those conditions, I would consider the functional attributes of the plants themselves: evergreen/deciduous, clumping/spreading, toxic/nontoxic, short/tall, fast/slow growth, high/low water needs, and so on. Finally, within that subset of plants that have appropriate features, I would choose the plants that fit the aesthetic look you prefer: the Italian Cypress used here work well with a formal, classic style, while bamboo species (and there are many!) may convey a more tropical or Asian feeling. Even the same plant could be used different ways: Pittosporum tenuifolium can be clipped tightly to create a formal hedge, or left loose for a natural, shrubby look. ...
Long time fire photographer Jeff Zimmerman sent us these photos he shot Thursday at the Tick Fire near Santa Clarita in southern California.. Here is his description:. As flames swept out of Tick Canyon into the Shadow Pines neighborhood in Los Angeles County, it became a race against time to evacuate a disabled woman who was trying to save her home. Barefoot and with a walker, we found this woman frantically trying to save her home with a garden hose. We pulled out our booster line from our volunteer fire patrol to stop spot fires on neighboring property as ash and soot were raining down on her vehicle. We had just minutes to get her shoes, her dog and get her loaded into her vehicle. She was crying hysterically but we were able to get her to safety as fire swept down the street.. At great personal risk Volunteer Denise Shippy went inside her home to retrieve car keys, shoes and the family dog as I was able to hold back spot fires. Flames erupted across the street in Italian Cypress trees as ...
Good evening. This will be a Christmas message that probably isnt going to feel like one, but I promise you it is one. It will help us get ready for Friday night. This is simply serving as a setup for all that. So Ill leave you a little bit hanging tonight, maybe even in despair, but I promise it gets to be better. Now my wife is in this room tonight, so you can know that what Im about to say is accurate. I have not historically been the biggest fan of Christmas. I resent having to put the lights out. I think its risking my life, and I dont quite understand for what. The pitch of our roof is insane. So the thought of me being on a ladder hanging up lights or me trying to wrestle an Italian Cyprus tree or me weaving my way through bushes making lights that are uniformly placed is enough to drive me insane. In fact, most years Lauren just starts doing it herself to shame me. So when people go, Oh your lights look great, she can go, Thank you. I appreciate that. Matt was watching ...
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Examples present on the Rocca di Manerba del Garda include Quercus pubescens or pubescent oak; Cupressus; the Cotinus coggygria ...
"Cupressus bakeri". Gymnosperm database. Retrieved 2011-11-26. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link). ... Cupressus bakeri). The plateau supports large herds of Mule Deer (Odocoileus hemionus), Rocky Mountain Elk (Cervus canadensis ...
Cupressus sempervirens; Hemerocallis citrina, the scented daylily; the naturalised Martagon lily.[citation needed] In addition ...
... bonsai Cupressus macrocarpa, Monterey Peninsula, California Cupressus nootkatensis Cupressus sempervirens (Mediterranean ... Cupressus sempervirens), famous for its longevity, popular garden plant Monterey cypress (Cupressus macrocarpa), native to the ... "Cupressus nootkatensis". PLANTS Database. United States Department of Agriculture; Natural Resources Conservation Service. 2015 ... ISBN 978-956-11-2575-9. Hogan, C. Michael; Frankis, Michael P. (2009). "Monterey Cypress: Cupressus macrocarpa". GlobalTwitcher ...
and Cupressus lusitanica. Rubus sierrae has ternate leaves and solitary flowers. It is unusual in the genus in having ...
Cupressus bakeri Jeps. Delphinium bakeri Ewan Viola bakeri Greene The standard author abbreviation M.S.Baker is used to ...
Cupressus, 9 species. Eucalyptus, 45 species. Juniperus, 10 species. Pinus, 20 species. Quercus, 16 species. Thuja, 4 species. ...
Non-native trees, particularly pines (Pinus spp.), cypress (Cupressus spp.), locust (Robinia pseudoacacia), and Australian ...
The species chosen included English elm (Ulmus procera), ash (Fraxinus sp), pine (Pinus sp.), cypress (Cupressus sp.), black ...
Cypress: Cupressus torulosa. Juniper: Juniperus communis, Juniperus indica, Juniperus squamata, Juniperus recurva, Juniperus ... Cupressus torulosa and Cedrus deodara are also found here. A recently published major new monograph, Conifers Around the World ...
Cupressus sempervirens) and other species. The large mature trees (some of which remain from at least the 1870s) include tall, ... Cupressus sempervirens) and other species. Silky oaks and hoop pines remain dominant species in the canopy of trees around the ... Pinus and Cupressus spp.) and Australian sub-tropical rainforest species such as hoop pine (Araucaria cunninghamii), Bunya pine ... Cupressus torulosa), rough barked cypress (C.glabra), juniper (Juniperus communis 'Stricta'), peach (Prunus persica cv.), red ...
Cupressus macrocarpa 'Aurea' ); Chinese juniper (Juniperus chinensis) (a 10-metre (33 ft) tall hedge of this species near the ... main road); tree of heaven (Ailanthus altissima); Mediterranean cypress (Cupressus sempervirens); Chinese elm (Ulmus chinensis ...
and Sequoiadendron giganteum), cypress (Cupressus sp.) and ash (Fraxinus sp.) trees. c. 1882 - four deodar cedars (Cedrus ... Cupressus sp.), firs (Abies sp.), ash (Fraxinus sp.), 4 Himalayan cedars (Cedrus deodara) and walnuts (Juglans sp.) are growing ... Cupressus funebris); Camellia japonica cv.s; Lavalle's hawthorn (Crataegus x lavallei); golden elm (Ulmus hollandica 'Louis van ... Cupressus glabra/C.lusitanica); English ash (Fraxinus excelsior); blue Atlas cedar (Cedrus atlantica 'Glauca' ); Bhutan cypress ...
obtusa Cupressus arizonica var. glabra, Smooth Arizona cypress Cupressus lusitanica var. benthamii, Bentham's cypress Juniperus ... Japanese cedar Cupressus cashmeriana, Bhutan cypress Dacrycarpus steupii Dacrydium gracile Dacrydium lycopodioides Dacrydium ...
Chinese fir Cupressus arizonica, Arizona cypress Cupressus lusitanica, cedar of Goa Cupressus macnabiana, Macnab cypress ... henryae, southern white cedar Cupressus lusitanica var. lusitanica Cupressus torulosa var. torulosa Juniperus ashei var. ashei ... Cupressus sempervirens, Mediterranean cypress Cupressus torulosa, Himalayan cypress Dacrycarpus cinctus Dacrycarpus compactus ...
It is the co-dominant canopy tree, together with Cupressus macrocarpa, which naturally occurs only in coastal Monterey County. ... Hogan, C. Michael; Frankis, Michael P. (2009). "Monterey Cypress (Cupressus macrocarpa)". GlobalTwitcher.com. Archived from the ...
jiangeensis Cupressus dupreziana var. atlantica, Atlas cypress Cupressus dupreziana var. dupreziana Cupressus goveniana var. ... brevifolia Cupressus arizonica var. montana, San Pedro cypress Cupressus arizonica var. stephensonii, Cuyamaca cypress ...
This was based in part on the discovery that C. nootkatensis was more closely related to the genus Cupressus than to ... also presented evidence that Cupressus is paraphyletic with respect to Juniperus and Xanthocyparis, with the North American ... species of Cupressus being more closely related to Xanthocyparis than they are to the European and Asian Cupressus species. ... Cupressus nootkatensis - Nootka cypress (syn. Xanthocyparis nootkatensis) Xanthocyparis vietnamensis - Vietnamese golden ...
Cupressus japonica L.f.). It used to be considered by some to be endemic to Japan (see remark below under 'Endemism'), where it ...
Cupressus spp.). Introduced axis deer (Axis axis) and feral pigs (Sus scrofa) roam native forests, destroying native plants, ...
In China, cypress wood known as baimu or bomu,[12] was carved into furniture, using notably Cupressus funebris,[12] and ... Cupressus, Callitris, Chamaecyparis, and the males and monoicous variants of Austrocedrus and Widdringtonia.[21] However, the ... Xiang, Q.; Li, J. (2005). "Derivation of Xanthocyparis and Juniperus from within Cupressus: Evidence from Sequences of nrDNA ... Callitroideae. In: Bulletin of the Cupressus Conservation Project 4(3): 91-103 (PDF) ...
Species include cypress (Cupressus sp.), hackberry/ southern nettle tree (Celtis australis), sweet gum (Liquidambar styraciflua ...
Cupressus sempervirens var. horzontalis) and Chinese Arborvitae (Platycladus orientalis). The Caspian Sea coastal plains were ...
glabra × Cupressus nootkatensis (Cupressus × notabilis) Cupressus lusitanica × Cupressus nootkatensis (Cupressus × ovensii) ... The tree is a hybrid of Monterey cypress (Cupressus macrocarpa) and Nootka cypress (Cupressus nootkatensis). It is almost ... Where Nootka cypress is considered as Cupressus nootkatensis, the hybrid is within the Cupressus genus and is therefore ... Two other similar hybrids have also been raised, both involving Nootka cypress with other Cupressus species: Cupressus ...
Cupressus sempervirens, the Mediterranean cypress; Pinus halepensis, the Aleppo pine; Quercus coccifera, the kermes oak; ...
nud, syn Cupressus macrocarpa (Vent.) A.Cunn., nom. inval., identity uncertain. The wood of cypress-pines is light, soft and ...
D.Don Cupressus arizonica Greene var. arizonica Cupressus arizonica Greene var. glabra (Sudw.) Little Cupressus arizonica ... montana (Wiggins) Little Cupressus lusitanica Mill. var. lusitanica Cupressus sempervirens L. var. sempervirens Juniperus ...
Cupressus lusitanica in South Africa. Pinus greggi in South Africa and Southern Brazil. Pinus patula in South Africa, Northern ... Cupressus lusitanica in Bolivia In Subtropical latitudes at mid and high altitudes: Pinus leiophylla in South Africa and ... Resultados a tres años de la siembra directa de semillas de Cupressus lusitanica y Pinus patula en finca Los Guaduales ... Pinus ayacahuite in Kenya, Tanzania, Cupressus lusitanica in Colombia where it is used for creating windbreaks curtains in ...
"Cinara cupressi sensu lato (Cypress aphid)". www.cabi.org. "Ctenarytaina eucalypti (blue gum psyllid)". www.cabi.org. " ... Mediterranean Islands Cinara cupressi (Cypress aphid) Corythucha ciliata (sycamore lace bug) Ctenarytaina eucalypti (blue gum ... Cinara cupressi (cypress aphid) Cryptotermes brevis (West Indian drywood termite) Ctenarytaina eucalypti (blue gum psyllid) ... Cinara cupressi (Cypress aphid) Corythucha ciliata (sycamore lace bug) Cryptotermes brevis (West Indian drywood termite) ...
Cupressus sempervirens. Abarkuh, Yazd. Iran. Also called "Zoroastrian Sarv",[20][21] Gümeli Porsuğu. 4,115. Yew. Taxus baccata ...
X Cupressocyparis leylandii (Jacks et Dall.) Dall.; Cupressus lusitanica Mill.; Cupressus macrocarpa Hartw. FRI Bulletin No. ... Cupressus L. cypress. In: Schopmeyer, C. S., technical coordinator. Seeds of woody plants in the United States. Agric. Handb. ... Establishment of Cupressus lusitanica Miller and C. macrocarpa Hartweg on two sites in New Zealand. In: FRI Bulletin 156. ... ABBREVIATION : HESMAC SYNONYMS : Callitropsis macrocarpa (Hartw.) D.P. Little [40] Cupressus macrocarpa Gordon [12,39] ...
Range of Cupressus dupreziana Cupressus dupreziana, the Saharan cypress, Moroccan cypress,[1] or tarout, is a very rare ... Cupressus atlantica (Moroccan cypress) is more similar, and is treated as a variety of the Saharan cypress (C. dupreziana var. ... Lack of mother tree alleles in zymograms of Cupressus dupreziana A. Camus embryos. Ann. For. Sci. 57: 17-22. Full article (pdf ... This species is distinct from the allied Cupressus sempervirens (Mediterranean cypress) in its much bluer foliage with a white ...
Cupressus arizonica var. glabra, known as the Arizona smooth bark cypress or smooth Arizona cypress, is a conifer native to the ... Farjon, A. (2011). "Cupressus arizonica var. glabra". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. 2011. Retrieved 2 February 2016.. ... "Cupressus glabra". International Plant Names Index (IPNI). Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Retrieved 24 February 2010.. ... It is distinguished from Cupressus arizonica var. arizonica by its very smooth, non-furrowed bark which can appear in shades of ...
All plants in the genus Cupressus, including New World Cupressus (now Callitropsis), are extremely allergenic, and have an ... Cupressus is one of several genera of evergreen conifers within the family Cupressaceae that have the common name cypress; for ... "Cupressus duclouxiana in Flora of China @ efloras.org". eFloras.org Home. Retrieved 2019-08-02. Little, D. P., Schwarzbach, A. ... C. sempervirens is the type species of the genus, defining the name Cupressus. The New World cypresses tend to have cones with ...
Cupressus macrocarpa. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2013: e.T30375A2793139. . Downloaded on 26 February 2018.. ...
Cupressus duclouxiana, known commonly as the Chinese cypress or Yunnan cypress, is a species of conifer in the cypress family, ... Cupressus duclouxiana. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2015.2. Downloaded on 01 September 2015. v t e. ...
Cupressus leylandii ,/i,plant is described herein. The new variety is resistant to fungus and possesses increased growth rate ( ... A new and distinct cultivar of Cupressus leylandii plant is described herein. The new variety is resistant to fungus and ... The Leyland Cypress (Cupressus leylandii) is a fast-growing evergreen tree used in horticulture. They are commonly planted as ... 1. A new and unique variety of Cupressus leylandii plant named Madeline as herein shown and described. ...
Areas where Cupressus species have been introduced have shown changes in the physical and chemical characteristics of the soil ... Cypress aphid, Cinara cupressi, a new pest of conifers in eastern and southern Africa. FAO Plant Protection Bulletin, 39(2-3): ... Cones may persist on the tree for several years because, as with many other Cupressus species, C. sempervirens displays varying ... Genus Cupressus. In: Tessier du Cros E (ed). Cypress. A Practical Handbook. Studio Leonardo, Firenze, 9-26. ...
Description: This is a genus of sixteen to twenty-six species, depending on the scientific authority, found mostly in warm parts of the northern hemisphere. Arizona cypress is a conifer of the mountains of the southwestern U.S. and northern Mexico. The plants on campus represent a horticultural selection known as Blue Ice that was selected for its blue foliage. Arizona cypress has been used for timber and as Christmas trees. Medicinal uses include treatment of burns, ringworm and other skin problems.. ...
Cupressus chengiana S.Y.Hu, Taiwania 10: 57 (1964). Synonymy[edit]. *Homotypic *Chamaecyparis chengiana (S.Y.Hu) Gaussen, Trav ... Cupressus chengiana in World Checklist of Selected Plant Families. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. ... Cupressus chengiana . Missouri Botanical Garden. Published on the internet. Accessed: 2020 Jan 06. ... Genus: Cupressus. Species: Cupressus chengiana Name[edit]. ... For more multimedia, look at Cupressus chengiana on Wikimedia ...
Retrieved from "https://species.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Cupressus_bakeri&oldid=3396343" ... Genus: Cupressus Species: Cupressus bakeri Name[edit]. Cupressus bakeri Jeps. Synonyms[edit]. *Callitropsis bakeri (Jeps.) D.P. ...
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Retrieve Jepson Interchange Index to Plant Names entry for Cupressus Retrieve dichotomous key for Cupressus Retrieve multiple- ... especially in Cupressus, Juniperus.. CUPRESSUS. CYPRESS. Large shrub, tree, often pyramidal in youth, monoecious. Stem: young ... entry key (MEKA) for Cupressus Overlay Consortium of California Herbaria specimen data by county on this map Show other taxa ...
A cell culture of Cupressus lusitanicawas used to investigate the reaction of a plant to certain airborne chemicals. Compared ... Monoterpene Airborne signaling Cell culture Cupressus lusitanica β-thujaplicin This is a preview of subscription content, log ... A cell culture of Cupressus lusitanica was used to investigate the reaction of a plant to certain airborne chemicals. Compared ... Fujita K, Yamaguchi T, Itose R, Sakai K (2000) Biosynthetic pathway of β-thujaplicin in the Cupressus lusitanica cell culture. ...
... bright golden-yellow foliage of Cupressus Goldcrest will provide your garden with healthy colour all year round and (in ... Planting Advice for Cupressus macrocarpa Goldcrest. *Pot-grown shrubs can be planted at any time of the year as long as the ... Pruning Advice for Cupressus Goldcrest. *A little and often approach to trimming of the young, soft shoots will allow you to ... Cupressus macrocarpa Goldcrest Golden Cypress. For highly impactful specimen plantings in beds, borders and patio pots, the ...
Tall, stately green spires of Italian cypress (Cupressus sempervirens) can reach impressive heights of 60 to 80 feet or more in ... Cupressus Sempervirens Stricta. This is the most widely planted cultivar. It is best used in open areas that dont restrict ... Cupressus Sempervirens Variety Horizontalis. In natural populations of Italian cypress, a more spreading, open form with ... Arizona State University: Cupressus Sempervirens. *University of Hawaii College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources: ...
L. Ouahmane, M. Hafidi, C. Plenchette, M. Kisa, A. Boumezzough, et al.. Lavandula species as accompanying plants in Cupressus ... Lavandula species as accompanying plants in Cupressus replanting strategies : Effect on plant growth mycorrhizal soil ...
Pauly G, Yani A, Piovetti L, Bernard-Dagan C. Volatile constituents of the leaves of Cupressus dupreziana and Cupressus ... Piovetti L, Yani A, Combaut G, Diara A. Waxes of Cupressus dupreziana and Cupressus sempervirens. Phytochemistry 1981; 20: 1135 ... Piovetti L, Gonzalez E, Diara A. Diterpene composition of Cupressus dupreziana and Cupressus sempervirens. Phytochemistry 1980 ... Volatile constituents of Cupressus dupreziana and the sesquiterpenes of Cupressus sempervirens. Phytochemistry 1981; 20: 1299- ...
Durak T (2014). Redescription of males of the aphid species Cinara (Cupressobium) tujafilina and Cinara (Cupressobium) cupressi ... Redescription of males of the aphid species Cinara (Cupressobium) tujafilina and Cinara (Cupressobium) cupressi (Hemiptera, ... cupressi (Hemiptera, Lachninae). Zootaxa 4032 (2): 209-214, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4032.2.7 Taxonomic ...
... tracheid length and tracheid crosssectional dimensions was studied among the remote natural forests of Cupressus sempervirens ... Keywords: specific gravity; wood quality; ring width; Cupressus sempervirens var. horizontalis Gord; genetic improvement; ... Variation of Wood Structure and Properties of Cupressus Sempervirens Var. Horizontalis in Natural Populations in Greece ... Variation of Wood Structure and Properties of Cupressus Sempervirens Var. Horizontalis in Natural Populations in Greece ...
Al-Snafi, A.E. Medical importance of Cupressus sempervirens. A review. IOSR J. Pharm., 2016, 6, 66-76. ... Tumen, I.; Sezer Senol, F.; Orhan, I.E. Evaluation of possible in vitro neurobiological effects of two varieties of Cupressus ... Z.M. Salem and Hameda A. Yousef, "Chemical Composition and Antimicrobial Activity of Bark and Leaf Extracts of Cupressus ... Keywords: Cupressus sempervirens, Juniperus phoenicea, GC/MS analyses, antifungal activity, antibacterial activity, microbial ...
Phylogenetic analysis of protein-coding genes recovered a topology in which Juniperus is sister to Cupressus, whereas a tree ... In contrast, trees based on the ycf1 and ycf2 region strongly supported a sister relationship between Cupressus and Juniperus. ... Cupressus, Hesperocyparis, Juniperus, and Xanthocyparis) and compared them with additional plastomes from diverse members of ... trees based on the remainder of the genes and genome consistently recovered a topology grouping the CaHX clade and Cupressus ...
... S.Y.Hu 1964. Synonyms: Chamaecyparis chengiana (S.Y.Hu) Gaussen, Cupressus fallax Franco. Common names: ... Cupressus chengiana. 3 L 60 - 80 cm €15.00. This product is currently out of stock ... Synonyms: Chamaecyparis chengiana (S.Y.Hu) Gaussen, Cupressus fallax Franco. Common names: Cheng cypress, Min jiang bai mu ( ... The species level assessment for Cupressus chengiana is determined by the assessment for the typical variety as it is this ...
Cupressus is one of several genera within the family Cupressaceae that have the common name cypress; for the others, see ... From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Cupressus is one of several genera of evergreen conifers within the family Cupressaceae ... Based on genetic and morphological analysis, the genus Cupressus is found in the subfamily Cupressoideae. ... May 30, 2020 · Evolution of dioecious/monecious taxa in Juniperus, contrasted with Cupressus, Hesperocyparis, Callitropsis and ...
Cupressus Sempervirens is among the oldest enduring species on our planet. Essences from the cypress trees resinous leaf blend ... Prized by the worlds ancient civilization, Cupressus Sempervirens is among the oldest enduring species on our planet. Essences ...
Cupressus Ovensii. Very similar to the Leyland Cypress, but is resistant to Canker disease, and makes a dense hedge. Frost ...
Tag Archives: Cupressus Sempervirens. Cypress Oil. Posted on August 28, 2018. by AyurvedicOils ... The wood of Cupressus sempervirens were used in the primordial times for building ships, houses and for making furniture. The ... Chemical composition of Cupressus sempervirens published in PubMed.. *Study on the Chemical Composition, Antibacterial and ... Extracted from the needles and twigs of Cupressus Sempervirens, Cypress essential oil has plenty of reasons to be celebrated as ...
Cupressus spp.. Seiridium cardinale. California. 1951. widely distributed. Chamaecyparis spp. and Taxus spp.. Phytophthora ... Cupressus spp.. The first report in Italy (Florence) of Seiridium cardinale (W.W. Wagener) B. Sutton & I.A.S. Gibson, the agent ... Figure 2. A common cypress (Cupressus sempervirens L.) tree killed by cypress blight next to a healthy-looking common cypress. ... Figure 2. A common cypress (Cupressus sempervirens L.) tree killed by cypress blight next to a healthy-looking common cypress. ...
  • Cupressus arizonica var. (wikipedia.org)
  • Natural range of Cupressus arizonica var. (wikipedia.org)
  • It is distinguished from Cupressus arizonica var. (wikipedia.org)
  • These horticultural cultivars have been grouped under the names Cupressus arizonica var. (christmastree.org)
  • Other cultivars used as Christmas trees include Cupressus arizonica var. (christmastree.org)
  • We evaluated the effectiveness of carbaryl, bifenthrin, and permethrin in protecting Arizona cypress (Cupressus arizonica) and one-seed juniper (Juniperus monosperma) from attack by two bark beetles (Phloeosinus spp. (elsevier.com)
  • chihuahuana ), Arizona cypress ( Cupressus arizonica ), Arizona rosewood ( Vauquelinia californica ), alligator juniper ( Juniperus deppeana ), oneseed juniper ( J. monosperma ), and birchleaf mountain-mahogany ( Cercocarpus betuloides ). (fed.us)
  • During past few years, the Cupressus arizonica has been abundantly planted in Tehran, causing a significant increase of allergic diseases from the middle of winter to the beginning of spring. (bvsalud.org)
  • Cupressus duclouxiana, known commonly as the Chinese cypress or Yunnan cypress, is a species of conifer in the cypress family, Cupressaceae. (wikipedia.org)
  • May 30, 2020 · Evolution of dioecious/monecious taxa in Juniperus, contrasted with Cupressus, Hesperocyparis, Callitropsis and Xanthocyparis ( Cupressaceae ). (yahoo.com)
  • Cupressus cashmeriana (Chinese Arborvitae) is a species of tree in the family Cupressaceae . (eol.org)
  • any of 12 species of ornamental and timber evergreen conifers constituting the genus Cupressus of the family Cupressaceae, distributed throughout warm-temperate and subtropical regions of Asia, Europe, and North America. (britannica.com)
  • Juvenile leaves needle- or awl-like, sometimes present in ± mature plants, especially in response to grazing or infection, especially in Cupressus , Juniperus . (berkeley.edu)
  • Recent genetic evidence shows they are less closely related to the Old World cypresses than previously thought, being more closely related to Xanthocyparis and Juniperus than to the rest of Cupressus. (wikipedia.org)
  • Methods: Acetone extracts of the bark and leaf of Cupressus sempervirens and Juniperus phoenicea, collected from three different altitudes (125, 391, and 851 m high of sea level) at Al- Jabel Al-Akhdar area, Libya were obtained and analyzed by GC/MS. The antimicrobial activity of the extracts was further evaluated against plant bacteria Rhizobium radiobacter, Erwinia carotovora, Rhodococcus fascians and Ralstonia solanacearum and fungus Botrytis cinerea. (eurekaselect.com)
  • He lists Abies cilicica, Cupressus sempervirens, and Juniperus excelsa as candidates for the word berosh. (doctorabel.us)
  • Species within the genus Cupressus are trees (rarely shrubs) evergreen, and monoecious. (cabi.org)
  • Based on genetic and morphological analysis, the genus Cupressus is found in the subfamily Cupressoideae. (wikipedia.org)
  • C. sempervirens is the type species of the genus, defining the name Cupressus. (wikipedia.org)
  • All plants in the genus Cupressus, including New World Cupressus (now Callitropsis), are extremely allergenic, and have an OPALS allergy scale rating of 10. (wikipedia.org)
  • D.P. Little [ 40 ] Cupressus macrocarpa Gordon [ 12 , 39 ] Neocupressus macrocarpa (Hartw. (fed.us)
  • This species is distinct from the allied Cupressus sempervirens (Mediterranean cypress) in its much bluer foliage with a white resin spot on each leaf , the smaller shoots often being flattened in a single plane. (wikipedia.org)
  • This dataset contains the digitized treatments in Plazi based on the original journal article Durak, Roma, Durak, Tomasz (2015): Redescription of males of the aphid species Cinara (Cupressobium) tujafilina and Cinara (Cupressobium) cupressi (Hemiptera, Lachninae). (gbif.org)
  • The species level assessment for Cupressus chengiana is determined by the assessment for the typical variety as it is this taxon that occupies the major part of the species' distribution and population, with the other variety Cupressus chengiana var. (conifersgarden.com)
  • Prized by the world's ancient civilization, Cupressus Sempervirens is among the oldest enduring species on our planet. (bhoomki.com)
  • The world's smallest trees probably are also conifers: the natural bonsai cypresses (Cupressus goveniana) and lodgepole pines (Pinus contorta) of the pygmy forests (adjacent to the towering redwood forests) of the northern California coasts. (britannica.com)
  • Cupressus dupreziana , threatened conifer of the Sahara. (wikipedia.org)
  • Cupressus Sempervirens is a beautiful evergreen upright conifer that is easy to grow in our UK climate. (paramountplants.co.uk)
  • Background: Cupressus sempervirens (C. sempervirens), commonly known as Mediterranean cypress is native to the eastern Mediterranean region, North America and subtropical Asia at higher altitudes. (eurekaselect.com)
  • Italian Cypress Trees - Latin name Cupressus Sempervirens is also sometimes known as the Mediterranean Cypress or the Tuscan Cypress tree. (paramountplants.co.uk)
  • Alwis RD, Fujita K, Ashitani T, Kuroda K (2009a) Volatile and non-volatile monoterpenes produced by elicitor-stimulated Cupressus lusitanica cultured cells. (springer.com)
  • we have been trying to uncover it using Cupressus lusitanica cultured cells as a model. (scirp.org)
  • T. Harada, E. Harada, R. Sakamoto, T. Ashitani and K. Fujita, "Regio- and Substrate-Specific Oxidative Metabolism of Terpinolene by Cytochrome P450 Monooxygenases in Cupressus lusitanica Cultured Cells," American Journal of Plant Sciences , Vol. 3 No. 2, 2012, pp. 268-275. (scirp.org)
  • Cupressus dupreziana , the Saharan cypress , Moroccan cypress , [1] or tarout , is a very rare coniferous tree native to the Tassili n'Ajjer mountains in the central Sahara desert , southeast Algeria , where it forms a unique population of trees hundreds of kilometres from any other trees. (wikipedia.org)
  • Cupressus atlantica (Moroccan cypress) is more similar, and is treated as a variety of the Saharan cypress ( C. dupreziana var. (wikipedia.org)
  • One of these forests is dedicated to Cupressus dupreziana and 1300 of the trees have been propagated for planting in late 2007. (wikipedia.org)
  • Lack of mother tree alleles in zymograms of Cupressus dupreziana A. Camus embryos. (wikipedia.org)
  • Wikimedia Commons has media related to Cupressus dupreziana . (wikipedia.org)
  • Il ne reste plus aujourd'hui que 231 individus de l'espèce Cupressus dupreziana dans son aire d'origine, le désert du Tassili N'Ajjer, en Algérie. (blogspot.com)
  • Cupressus abramsiana (Cupressus goveniana var. (yahoo.com)
  • Cupressus goveniana Gord. (usda.gov)
  • Cupressus goveniana ssp. (usda.gov)
  • A new and distinct cultivar of Cupressus leylandii plant is described herein. (freepatentsonline.com)
  • 1. A new and unique variety of Cupressus leylandii plant named 'Madeline' as herein shown and described. (freepatentsonline.com)
  • The Leyland Cypress ( Cupressus leylandii ) is a fast-growing evergreen tree used in horticulture. (freepatentsonline.com)
  • FIG. 1 is a photograph of Cupressus leylandii 'Madeline' in a 200 gallon container. (freepatentsonline.com)
  • Primary symptoms of S. cardinale canker disease (browning or reddening of scattered branches) shown by a group of Cupressus sempervirens trees in the hilly Tuscan countryside. (cabi.org)
  • A row of Cupressus sempervirens trees, some of them severely affected by canker disease, showing dieback of branches and death of the tree tops. (cabi.org)
  • A row of windbreak Cupressus sempervirens trees in a windy valley (Karistos) of the island Euboea, Greece, devastated by S. cardinale in 1988. (cabi.org)
  • The soft, bright golden-yellow foliage of Cupressus 'Goldcrest' will provide your garden with healthy colour all year round and (in keeping with its name) gives off a fresh, lemon scent when foliage is crushed or cut - which is said to deter biting insects from that area of your garden. (bloomingdirect.com)
  • Foliage chlorosis and drying of several branches in the lower part of a cypress tree (Cupressus sempervirens) infected by S. cardinale. (cabi.org)
  • Extracted from the needles and twigs of Cupressus Sempervirens, Cypress essential oil has plenty of reasons to be celebrated as one of the ancient bliss of mankind. (ayurvedicoils.com)
  • Chemical composition, antimicrobial properties and toxicity evaluation of the essential oil of Cupressus lusitanica Mill. (biomedcentral.com)
  • A cell culture of Cupressus lusitanica was used to investigate the reaction of a plant to certain airborne chemicals. (springer.com)
  • El-Quesni FEM, Taha LS, Ibrahim SMM, Farahat MM. Growth and chemical constituents of Cupressus sempervirens L. plant as influence by kinetin and iron treatments at Nubaria. (eurekaselect.com)
  • 100% Pure OilCertified Organic: Certified by ECOCERT, FranceVegan and Endorsed by Beauty Without CrueltyBotanical name: Cupressus SempervirensPart of plant used: Leaves (needles) and twigs.Extraction method: Steam distillation. (beusail.com)
  • Plant your Cupressus Sempervirens in full sun in a position sheltered from cold winter winds. (paramountplants.co.uk)
  • 10] R. D. Alwis, K. Fujita, T. Ashitani and K. Kuroda, "Volatile and Non-Volatile Monoterpenes Produced by Elicitor-Stimulated Cupressus lustanica Cultured Cells," Journal of Plant Physiology, Vol. 166, No. 7, 2009, pp. 720-728. (scirp.org)
  • Cupressus chengiana S.Y.Hu , Taiwania 10: 57 (1964). (wikimedia.org)
  • Are cypresses related to Cupressus? (yahoo.com)
  • Cupressus pyramidalis O.Targ.Tozz. (cabi.org)
  • Cupressus sempervirens Pyramidalis, grows in a very narrow conical or columnar shape, horizontal, green-grey glandless leaves with rounded pointed tips, produces spherical prickly brown female cones. (kingco.co.uk)
  • Once planted, Cupressus sempervirens Pyramidalis tree will need watering throughout the first growing season, but make sure not to over / under water. (kingco.co.uk)
  • Remove any weeds from around the base of the Cupressus sempervirens Pyramidalis (including grass). (kingco.co.uk)
  • Cankered bark of a Cupressus sempervirens trunk showing recent (yellowish) and old (brown) flows of resin exuded from cracks. (cabi.org)
  • Botanically known as Cupressus sempervirens, Cypress trees bear the Eastern Mediterranean region as their native. (ayurvedicoils.com)
  • Alberto DM, Elvir JA (2008) Acumulación y fijación de carbono en biomasa aérea de Pinus oocarpa en bosques naturales en Honduras. (springer.com)
  • Pinus oocarpa Schiede and Cupressus lusitanica Miller. (springer.com)
  • The Italian Cupressus is a splendid columnar tree that's an excellent tree for courtyard and formal planting. (kingco.co.uk)
  • The variation of specific gravity, ring width, tracheid length and tracheid crosssectional dimensions was studied among the remote natural forests of Cupressus sempervirens var. (brillonline.com)
  • Native to the Mediterranean, Cupressus Sempervirens has been grown in the UK since before 1600. (paramountplants.co.uk)
  • The canker-causing fungus Seiridium cardinale is the major threat to Cupressus sempervirens worldwide. (aromaticscience.com)
  • Detail of a Cupressus sempervirens cone infected by S. cardinale. (cabi.org)