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deodar

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deodar cedar:

see cedarcedar,
common name for a number of trees, mostly coniferous evergreens. The true cedars belong to the small genus Cedrus of the family Pinaceae (pine family). All are native to the Old World from the Mediterranean to the Himalayas, although several are cultivated
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deodar

a Himalayan cedar, Cedrus deodara, with drooping branches
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Palni, "Adventitious root formation in young shoots of Cedrus deodara" Biologia Plantarum, vol.
Abies pindrow, Cedrus deodara, Picea smithiana, and Pinus wallichiana were used in construction.
However, the survey of these forests has shown the occurrence of the Pinus wallichiana, Cedrus deodara, Quercus leucotrichophora syn.
It is often found in association with Blue Pine (Pinus wallichiana) and Deodar tree (Cedrus deodara).
The Himalayan cedar, Cedrus deodara (Roxb.) G.Don (Pinales: Pinaceae), is a graceful ornamental evergreen tree that grows extensively on the slopes of the Himalayas and shows repellent effects on the nesting of S.
The vegetation of the valley is temperate; subalpine and alpine types and forests are dominated by Pinus wallichiana, Betula utilis, Abies pindrow, and Cedrus deodara communities.
Most of the herbs used as internal medication in the current study have been studied for their antioxidant and neuroprotective activity including Bala (Sida cordifolia) in Ksheerabala 101 [33, 34], Devadaru (Cedrus deodara) [35], Lashuna (Allium cepa) [36, 37], Shunti (Zingiber officinale) [38], and so forth.
The dominated tree species are Lyonia ovalifolia, Quercus leucotrichophora, Quercus glauca, Quercus floribunda, Quercus semecarpifolia, Rhododendron arboreum, Myrica esculenta, Cedrus deodara, Cornus capitata, and Aesculus indica.
"The products regarding which procurement MoUs were signed include zinc concentrates and copper concentrates, cotton yarn, frozen fish, linter, cotton and cotton yarn, menthol, castor oil and sugar gum, acrylic tow, Indian granite block and cedrus deodara seed," the ministry stated.