2 edition of Literature review and improvement program for Chamaecyparis formosensis Matsum found in the catalog.
Literature review and improvement program for Chamaecyparis formosensis Matsum
Written in English
|Statement||by Chen Zen-Ping.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||37 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||37|
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Use of plant-derived products to control household and structural arthropod pests Chamaecyparis formosensis Matsum sprayed in the air at The book will serve as a professional training.
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This study compared heartwood essential oils of five endemic coniferous trees of high economic values. These are Chamaecyparis formosensis, Chamaecyparis obtusa var.
formosana, Calocedrus formosana, Cunninghamia lanceolata var. konishii, and Taiwania cryptomerioides. Another conifer, Cryptomeria japonica, was selected as control.
In this review, the interested reader is given an overview on the recent progress achieved in understanding AMP expression and regulation of AMP-encoding genes. For further leading in-depth information, the reader is referred to a selection of comprehensive review articles from Lemaitre (), Zhao () and Zipfel and Felix ().
Full text of "Scientific Japan, past and present" See other formats. The purpose of this study was to build tree height equations, height to crown base equations, height increment and tree crown recession equations suitable for major coniferous species in Taiwan, namely, Taiwan red cypress (Chamaecyparis formosensis Matsum), Taiwan red pine (Pinus taiwanensis Hayata), Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica (L.