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Definition of P Terebinthus

P Terebinthus
Pistacia Pis*ta"ci*a, n. [NL. See Pistachio.] (Bot.) The name of a genus of trees, including the tree which bears the pistachio, the Mediterranean mastic tree (Pistacia Lentiscus), and the species (P. Terebinthus) which yields Chian or Cyprus turpentine.

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- eliminated. Pistacia terebinthus is related to Pistacia lentiscus, with which it hybridizes frequently in contact zones. Pistacia terebinthus is more abundant...
- texts, always refer to one of these other species (often P. terebinthus). Pistacia terebinthus (the terebinth), a native of Iran and the western Mediterranean...
- related species, P. saportae, has been shown by DNA analysis to be a hybrid between maternal P. lentiscus and paternal P. terebinthus (terebinth or turpentine)...
- terebinthus, where it is used as rootstock in Ukraine and the United States for growing Pistacia vera, but resists frost better than P. Terebinthus....
- (2008). My Body, My Earth: The Practice of Somatic Archaeology. iUniverse. p. 88. ISBN 9780595488230. Lemdo, Margaret Ann (2011). All About Smudging. Llewellyn...
- Terebinthus (also Terebinthus of Turbo ) was a purported pupil of Scythi****, during the 1st to 2nd century CE, according to the writings of Christian...
- The common name is derived from the turpentine-producing tree Pistacia terebinthus and phthalic acid. Terephthalic acid was first isolated (from turpentine)...
- between the two words terebinthus and tiburtinum Pietro Mallio, canon of Saint Peter, around 1180 named the monument Terebinthus, moving the place of the...
- of Buddas-Terebinthus. Cubricus then travelled into Persia, where he took the name of Manes and gave forth the doctrines of Buddas Terebinthus as his own...
- PDF fulltext Carretero M, López-Pérez J, Abad M, Bermejo P, Tillet S, Israel A, Noguera-P B. 2008. Preliminary study of the anti-inflammatory activity...