slash pine

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slash pine:

see pinepine,
common name for members of the Pinaceae, a family of resinous woody trees with needlelike, usually evergreen leaves. The Pinaceae reproduce by means of cones (see cone) rather than flowers and many have winged seeds, suitable for wind distribution.
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The slash pine cones, having burst open from the flames, release their protected seeds for germination.
A similar pattern of change of specific gravity with age was observed in slash pine by Zobel et al.
Annual and seasonal variation of seedfall, seed viability, germination and survival of seedlings below canopy in slash pine stands.
the slash pine toppled in the rain and grazed the house,
For example, when Hurricane Jeanne hit the northern part of the county, many non-native sand pines toppled outright while native slash pine, for the most part, weathered the storm.
Southern pine, southern yellow pine, Florida longleaf, Florida yellow pine, Georgia yellow pine, slash pine, loblolly pine, shortleaf pine, American pitch pine, Gulf coast pitch pine, longleaf pitch pine, longleaf pine and longleaf yellow pine, Carolina pine, northern Carolina pine, meadow pine, salt water pine, spruce pine, she pitch pine, swamp pine, bassett pine, black pine and foxtail pine are among the common names of the four species.
In September, the mill had three months worth of slash pine and Masson pine on hand as well as three months worth of recycled fiber, much more than it needed.
Longleaf was difficult to cultivate and grew slowly, so the pulp mills that followed the loggers planted the now-ubiquitous loblolly and slash pine.
A stand level survival model for unthinned slash pine (Pinus elliottii) plantations in east Texas was developed that incorporates density of non-planted tree basal area per hectare competition and the incidence of fusiform rust (Cronartium quercuum).
So the classic concept of a "climax" forest does not apply in a region where only isolated pockets of slash pine, which occupies the highest and driest land in the state, escaped regular burning.
The interior of this island, managed by the National Park Service, was dominated by scrub forests of slash pine (Pinus elliotti).