Definition of Pinus radiata
1. Noun. Tall California pine with long needles in bunches of 3, a dense crown, and dark brown deeply fissured bark.
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Literary usage of Pinus radiata
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Dwarf Mistletoes: Biology, Pathology, and Systematics by Frank G. Hawksworth, Delbert Wiens (1998)
"Monterey: on pinus radiata, Parry in 1850 (MO), Brewer 700 in 1861 (US), Engelmann in 1880 (MO), Meehan in 1883 (PH), Elmer 4031 in 1902 (RSA), ..."
2. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Exhibiting a View of the Progressive by Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine, Henry D Rogers (1860)
"Hartweg seems to have had this in his mind when he named pinus radiata, Pinus insignis macro- carpa. Mr Gordon, however, who in his recent valuable work on ..."
3. The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal (1860)
"Hartweg seems to have had this in his mind when he named pinus radiata, Pinus insignis macrocarpa. Mr Gordon, however, who in his recent valuable work on ..."
4. Tree Planting in Natal by Thomas Robertson Sim (1905)
""pinus radiata was introduced into English gardens in 1833 by David Douglas, ... "The insular form of pinus radiata, first discovered by Dr. Edward Palmer ..."
5. The Pinetum: Being a Synosis of All the Coniferous Plants at Present Known by George Gordon, Henry George Bohn (1880)
"pinus radiata, D. Don, the Radiated Cone Pine. Syn. Pinus insignis macrocarpa, Hartweg. Leaves in threes, very slender, twisted, deep green, thickly set on ..."
6. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences by Washington Academy of Sciences (1915)
"Monterey County and Pacific Grove, California, in cones of pinus radiata. Length 2.40-3.60 mm. Length, female type, 3.45 mm.; Pacific Grove, California, ..."
7. The Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science by Iowa Academy of Science (1906)
"... covered with confluent masses of accidia on Pinus ponderosa, pinus radiata, P. sabiniana and P. contorta, ..."
8. The Plant World by Plant World Association, Wild Flower Preservation Society (1909)
"pinus radiata, popularly known as the Monterey pine, ... Like the coast redwood, pinus radiata is a tree the distribution of which is more or less governed ..."