Radiata

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Radiata

[‚rād·ē′äd·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
Members of the Eumetazoa which have a primary radial symmetry; includes the Cnidaria and Ctenophora.
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Woollons and Powell (1984) reported 50 to 60 percent more bark arriving on logs on a daily basis to a large radiata pine mill (>600,000 tonnes of wood per yr) in New Zealand during winter months than during summer months.
The book follows in logical and orderly succession the key facets of radiata pine plantation forestry with provenance particularly from a siting perspective, seed collection and genetics/breeding, nursery practice, establishment and silvi-culture all prominent.
Two plant species, radiata pine (Breed 'GF12') and perennial ryegrass (cultivar 'Grasslands Nui'), were used in this experiment.
The Monterey or radiata pine came to the country by sheer luck.
The average import value of New Zealand Radiata pine in the 4Q/12 was up a few dollars from the previous quarter, reaching the highest level seen since 3Q/11, while the average value for most other species remained unchanged in the last quarter of 2012.
ForestrySAs core commercial role continues to focus on the management of 11,693ha of radiata pine plantation in the Mount Lofty Ranges.
In an effort to explore potential methods of adding value to radiata pine and southern beech, these woods were inoculated with native Chilean fungi to determine if spalting could be induced under a reasonable time frame.
He also points out that Criterion uses only renewable resources in the form of reconstituted radiata pine which involves no ozone-depleting processes.
Radiata Pine in New Zealand," In: Properties and Uses of New Zealand Radiata Pine, Kininmonth, J.
Experience with clonal forestry systems for radiata pine in New Zealand and various eucalyptus species and hybrids in Brazil suggests that improvements in wood quality for solid wood products have far greater value than do volume gains.
Davis MR (1995) Influence of radiata pine seedlings on chemical properties of some New Zealand montaine grassland soils.