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melaleuca

any shrub or tree of the mostly Australian myrtaceous genus Melaleuca, found in sandy or swampy regions
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The 'stylet-holding organ' described above was also found in nymphs, but not in adults, of the melaleuca psyllid (Fig.
Currently Melaleuca boasts about 200,000 members in Taiwan, including 50,000 sales persons and 150,000 pure customers.
Influence of organic matter, cations and surfactants on the antimicrobial activity of Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) oil in vitro.
Australian TTO was a high pH distillation of a flush growth (young leaves) sample of Melaleuca alternifolia.
Although biocontrol agents for Melaleuca have been released and are thriving, the Brisbane scientists continue to search for other insects to add to the arsenal being used to stop the weed's spread.
In the fall, his honey has a taste of Brazilian pepper, which is often mixed with the melaleuca for a darker wildflower blend.
The name Melaleuca was borrowed from an Australian plant that produces essential oils found in many of the company's products.
Other trees that bear consideration for their vertical yet controllable growth include: tanbark oak (Lithocarpus densiflorus), primrose tree (Lagunaria patersonii), Catalina ironwood (Lyonothamnus floribundus), lilac melaleuca (Melaleuca decussata), granite bottlebrush (Melaleuca elliptica) and male ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba), since the female produces messy and malodorous fruit.
Lemongrass and melaleuca alternifolia can be useful in helping to eliminate environmental mold.
There's good news in Florida, which appears to be winning the battle to stop the spread of the invasive melaleuca.
From the South African Buchu plant and vetiver to the golden melaleuca bark , it uses unusual ingredients in a distinctive and masculine fragrance.