Scots pine


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Scots pine

, Scotch pine
1. a coniferous tree, Pinus sylvestris, of Europe and W and N Asia, having blue-green needle-like leaves and brown cones with a small prickle on each scale: a valuable timber tree
2. the wood of this tree
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Browsing by moose over time can reduce biomass production in Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris), downy birch (Betula pubescens), and silver birch (B.
The present study deals with above- and belowground biomass allocation, as well as with the leaf and root characteristics of young black alder, silver birch and Scots pine plantations on reclaimed oil shale mining areas.
He said: "We're absolutely thrilled, if a little surprised, to have the UK's tallest Scots pine.
We're absolutely thrilled if a little surprised to have the UK's tallest Scots pine," he said.
Among the varieties of trees planted in the ecodrive were hazel, silver birch, cherry, Scots pine and sweet chesnut.
However, capercaillie females nest in mountain birch stands close to the open alpine heath habitats, and capercaillie females in the high-mountain area often migrate to lower-altitude forests with higher densities of Scots pine Pinussylvestris (K.
The aim of the study was to investigate the influence of low severity surface fires on the development of ground vegetation, soil chemical changes and soil microbiota in Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) stands on sandy soils (Arenosols).
The group has since planted native species, including birch, oak, rowan, hawthorn, willow, hazel, alder and scots pine on public and private sites including Scammonden Reservoir and Parkwood, Golcar.
In areas alkalized by cement dust a decrease in the length of needles and shoots, radial increment, and height growth of Scots pine has been reported (Rauk, 1995; Parn, 2002).
The market for treated wood in China is dominated by scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) and southern yellow pine that grows in the southern United States, which includes mainly four species: longleaf (Pinus palustris), shortleaf (Pinus echinata), loblolly (Pinus taeda), and slash (Pinus elliottii) pines.
Purpose; Due to an antioxidant substrate, high proportions of reducible disulfide bridges are typically for the viscotoxin 1-PS from Scots Pine (Pinus silvestris L.