loblolly pine


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loblolly pine,

common name for the 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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 species Pinus taeda, found in the SE United States.
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loblolly pine

[′läb‚läl·ē ′pīn]
(botany)
Pinus taeda. A hard yellow pine of the central and southeastern United States having a reddish-brown fissured bark, needles in groups of three, and a full bushy top.
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Regional variation in wood specific gravity of planted loblolly pine in the United States.
Leaf-level gas exchange varies among loblolly pine genotypes, and it has been implicated as a potential measure of genotype success [13-15].
Chappelka, "Simulated summer rainfall variability effects on loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) seedling physiology and susceptibility to root-infecting ophiostomatoid fungi," Forests, vol.
Seasonal cambial growth and development of loblolly pine: xylem formation, inner bark chemistry, resin ducts, and resin flow.
Maturation-related loss in rooting competence by loblolly pine stem cuttings: The role of auxin transport, metabolism and tissue sensitivity.
The diseases were selected because they cause considerable damage to loblolly pine, but the pathogens need different conditions to survive.
Loblolly pine decline (LPD) is a tree disease complex that is characterized by symptoms that include thinning tree crowns, growth reductions (Eckhardt et al.
Fluff pulp, the soft, white absorbent used in diapers and tampons, can be made only from the coarse fibers of loblolly pine, a fast-growing tree that thrives in the U.S.
The seeds were from many different tree species, including loblolly pine, redwood, and sycamore.
The loblolly pine pollen that coated your home, car, and pets this spring is the tree's attempt to spread its genes far and wide.
LOCATED AT THE SEVENTEENTH HOLE AT AUGUSTA NATIONAL GOLF CLUB IS A LOBLOLLY PINE OFFICIALLY CALLED THE "EISENHOWER TREE." THE FORMER PRESIDENT AND CLUB MEMBER HIT INTO THE TREE SO OFTEN, HE CAMPAIGNED TO HAVE IT CUT DOWN, A PROPOSAL REJECTED BY THE CLUB'S BOARD OF GOVERNORS.