About 45 species. Recommended citation'Pinus' from the website Trees and Shrubs Online (treesandshrubsonline.org/articles/pinus/). Between every two pines is a doorway to a new world ... John Muir. Hybridization of the southern pines in California, pp. The number of leaves per fascicle, the length of needles, the number of sides of the needles (only Pinus monophylla has a round needle), the distribution of stomata (waxy white specks on the leaf surface), and the color and stiffness of the needles can all be useful characters for identification. It was introduced accidentally to Japan (by 1905), where it is causing major mortality in P. thunbergii and other species, including the endangered P. amamiana, and later (by 1982) to China; it has also been found recently in Portugal (Mota et al. These specimens of Pinus pinea greet passengers at Pisa Airport, Italy. longaeva (NOW P. longaeva D.K. 2. Some authorities also designate a third subgenus Ducampopinus with species that in the traditional classification are assigned to Strobus section Parrya. 2. Its dwarf shoot Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci (2016) 5(9): 219-233 220 Commercially, numbers of Pinus species are the main source of timber, paper, herbal products, scents, etc. Mature, open cones may be hygroscopic, closing partially or completely when wet. Genus - Pinus Pinus is a tall tree, looks conical in appearance and forms dense evergreen forest in the North temperate and sub-alpine regions of the world. They mostly grow in high altitudes (ranging from 1,200 to 3,000 metres). Molecular Ecology 6:321-331. (1999), Geada López et al. . Pines have leaves in the form of needles. Rosin is used in paper glue and soap manufacturing, as a constituent of varnishes and paints, and for coating bows of stringed musical instruments. 2016); the charcoal occurrence of this fossil is interesting, as it suggests that this extremely fire-adapted genus may have had an association with fire since the beginning. These cones are composed of a number of woody scales which vary in length, in thickness, and in the character of the scar or boss at the end, and in the presence or absence of spines. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 52:498–511. Source: see here (accessed 2001.12.25). 11. Sulphur shower is a phenomenon related to reproduction/ pollination in Pine Trees. (September 2019). Another good method to identify a Pine is by its foliage. Notes of the Royal Botanical Gardens Edinburgh 44:275-310. . Primary leaves are single, alternate (usually helically arranged), acicular leaves that are usually produced only for the first year of growth but that may be produced for many years in some species (such as Pinus quadrifolia) or may be produced on a mature plant in response to a wound. Chesuncook. Taxon 54(1):29-42. The application of the latter name in July 2008 enables the few young trees in cultivation to be labelled. In subgenus Pinus there is a narrow sealing band on the scale stem at the base of the apophysis, which when present is often conspicuous by its different colour and smoother surface compared to the rest of the scale stem. In Pinus wind pollination takes place (Anemophilous). The most significant hard resin from a commercial point of view is rosin, which is obtained by distillation of pine resin. . It is very susceptible to pine wilt from the introduced Pinewood Nematode Bursaphelenchus xylophilus, which causes significant mortality (see below, p. 586), and it is now threatened in the wild (Grierson et al. Edited by Christopher J. Earle They may be shed before the needles or persist long afterwards. In Pinus male gametes are produced in the pollen tube by the division of which of the following cells [BHU 2001] A) Body cell done clear. Little CH(1), MacDonald JE. The branches are pseudomonopodial and are restricted to the upper part of the stem. Gar Rothwell. Pinus squamata has not been introduced to cultivation but has the potential to be an absolutely outstanding specimen tree, with its smooth, nearly white bark, very similar to P. bungeana but produced on a tall, straight trunk with a narrow conical crown, and its fast growth rate, combined with very attractive drooping foliage. Buds ovoid to cylindric, apex pointed (blunt), usually resinous. By many accounts, they are also an aphrodisiac (Santesson 2000; see also the Ethnobotany section for P. pinea). At maturity several lower branches may be shed, forming a broad and open crown. 1. 120:1-143. . Many pines show adaptations that allow them to survive and even benefit from fires: thick bark can protect the cambium from heat, and serotinous cones release their seeds only after being scorched (Agee 1998). It is clear that the genus divides on genetic characters into two subgenera, subgenus Pinus (hard pines) and subgenus Strobus (soft pines), that are monophyletic and could validly be regarded as separate genera on genetic criteria, were it not for the evident unity of the genus as a whole. A descriptive work illustrated throughout by the author's own excellent drawings, showing the habit of the tree, cones and foliage, and with distribution maps. At the specific level, some conifer specialists perceive similarities across a range of variation, while others detect differences. It is superficially similar to P. patula but has exceptionally long, vertically pendent needles (15–)20–30(–40) cm long or more. Each bundle of leaves, whatever their number, forms in the aggregate a slender cylinder. Systematic Biology 56(2):163–181. North American members of section Quinquefolius are susceptible and the disease is conceivably a problem in arboreta, but good nursery hygiene and low-density planting – and an absence of Ribes – will minimise the risk (Forest Pathology 2008); the European and Asian species are largely resistant, and a good degree of natural selection for resistance has now occurred in P. strobus in North America. Furthermore, and unlike in Abies and Picea, young trees of Pinus are often not particularly attractive, their beauty developing only with maturity. Burns and Honkala (1990) provide detailed descriptions, with a focus on silviculture, for all economically significant pines native to the United States. This species, the largest and tallest tree in Pinus, has the longest cones of any conifer (to 50 cm), although several pines have heavier cones. c. 20). It has been attempted at Tregrehan but was killed by cold there (T. Hudson, pers. Although most species see little or no ormamental use, the catalog of those that do is long. Sudworth, G. B. Pine cones have scales, I understand the compound nature of pine cones - does that make them scales? . Transfusion tissue, a modified vascular tissue is present in ... Cataphylls are. Pinus subg.Pinus (hard or yellow pines) 11. . The scale leaves that are borne on the dwarf shoot have a distinct midrib and are known as cataphylls. These are thin, small and membranous and are dark-brown in colour pre­sent on both the long and the dwarf shoots (Fig. B) Stalk cell done clear. However, Pinus is one conifer genus that, despite its antiquity, shows ample evidence of ongoing speciation, and this makes it a very taxonomically complex group; see, e.g., Syring et al. While there are smaller and even shrubby species, however, the majority of pines are large trees, suitable only for larger spaces. The seed may be wind-carried, in which case it is normally small and light with a wing longer than the seed; or it may be dispersed by animals (primarily birds of the family Corvidae, jays and their allies), in which case the seed is normally larger and heavier, and the wing may be reduced to inconspicuity. However, some species have highly distinctive bark, so it is occasionally an important character in identification. Bract scales are insignificant and included (longer and rarely slightly exserted in P. torreyana). throughout the world. . 1999. . The foliage shoots are very small and comprise a bundle (fascicle) of secondary leaves with a persistent or deciduous sheath at the base; in lay terms they are the familiar clusters of ‘pine needles’. Forty to fifty percent of the cataphylls had been formed when shoot growth was 95% complete. Forest Genetics Workshop. The microspore or pollen grain is released in the 4 celled stage(two prothallial cell, 1 generative and 1 tube cell). 2012). Every creature is better alive than dead, men and moose and pine-trees, and he who understands it aright will rather preserve its life than destroy it" (Thoreau 1858). International Journal of Plant Sciences. Foliage: Pine foliage is of four types: cotyledons, primary leaves, cataphylls and needles. The individual leaf or 'needle' is long and narrow, mostly finely toothed at the margin, and always more or less conspicuously lined with rows of minute white, or whitish, dots called stomata. 1988. Farjon (1984), or the second edition in 2005, provides a good overview with lots of interesting supplemental information and excellent line drawings. . . Ryberg, P. E., G. W. Rothwell, R. A. Stockey, J. Hilton, G. Mapes, and J. Evolutionary relationships among Pinus (Pinaceae) subsections inferred from multiple low-copy nuclear loci. The larger, edible seeds have only rudimentary wings or none at all. van Hoey Smith. Earle]. Furman, B. J., D. Grattapaglia, W. S. Dvorak, and D. M. O'Malley. The developing cones of Pinus arizonica var. The functions of cataphyll… Use of simultaneous analyses to guide fossil‐based calibrations of Pinaceae phylogeny. 2(4), pp. Pinus subg.Pinus (hard or yellow pines) 11. The needles are the most recognizable. When the world was tied together by sail, pines often assumed strategic importance as naval stores, thereby influencing patterns of Western colonialism. consists of spirally arranged cataphylls which may be sterile or fertile.The cataphylls which bear microstrobili are just above the most proximal few sterile cataphylls. Other potentially reasonably hardy Mexican species that have yet to be introduced or are not as yet established in cultivation include P. praetermissa Styles & McVaugh, from western Mexico (Jalisco, Nayarit, Sinaloa, and possibly southern Zacatecas) at altitudes of 900–1900 m. This taxon is related to P. oocarpa, and to P. stylesii Frankis ex Businský, from northeastern Mexico. Pine foliage is of four types: cotyledons, primary leaves, cataphylls and needles. The reason is that many species bear similar bark, and the bark characters change with the age of the tree. 2012. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 2011. It may begin to break and peel early in life, or may remain smooth for several years. Morphology and anatomy of long shoot leaves were described in detail in Dörken et al. Accessed 2021-01-11. The studies cited above have resulted in several transfers between sections and subsections, most notably the lace-bark pines from section Parrya (to which they are closer in morphology) to section Quinquefolius (to which they are closer in genetics). Earle]. At the time of pollination a secretion oozes out from the micropyle of the ovule which entangles pollen … PLOS One DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0070501. Pinus is a tall tree, looks conical in appearance and forms dense evergreen forest in the North temperate and sub-alpine regions of the world. Phylogenetics of Pinus (Pinaceae) based on nuclear ribosomal DNA internal transcribed spacer region sequences. Pinus. Many species remain unintroduced, or have been unsuccessfully introduced, and await the attentions of collectors. Foliage leaves are present at the apex . On chalky soils P. nigra, P. brutia, P. halepensis, P. pinea and others succeed very well. bolanderi, which grows on extremely nutrient-poor soils and has been known to bear cones when only 20 cm tall. Pinus is economically the most significant genus of conifers, the primary products being timber, pulp, tar and turpentine. . Earle, 2015.11.20]. Growers of pines in North America are likely to have more problems than those in Europe, but nowhere is immune, as evidenced by the recent outbreak of red band needle blight (caused by the fungus Dothistroma septosporum) in Pinus nigra subsp. Nuclear DNA diversity, population differentiation, and phylogenetic relationships in the California closed-cone pines based on RAPD and allozyme markers. Only in the form of ‘dwarf’ cultivars do they seem to retain popularity, as a quick glance at the RHS Plant Finder will reveal. Important points to note include the bark color, the size and pattern of fissures in the bark, and whether the bark is scaling or flaking. In spring the winter bud elongates into a long rather bare-looking shoot on which the short foliage shoots are present as small growths; at this stage the new shoots are known as ‘candles’, and are held vertically. "Strange that so few ever come to the woods to see how the pine lives and grows and spires, lifting its evergreen arms to the light, to see its perfect success; but most are content to behold it in the shape of many broad boards brought to market, and deem that its true success. Pines are the naked seed-bearing plants, belonging to the group Gymnosperms. Chilgoza pinus is. All pine species are evergreen trees or shrubs. Tom Hudson collected seed at 1800 m in Thailand, but the resultant plants were tender even in the favourable conditions of Tregrehan. Family –Pinaceae . Occupying all northern continents, the Pinus genus is versatile and able to adapt to almost any climate. 2007. American Journal of Botany 92:2086–2100. When the cone is ripe (most frequently at the end of the second year), the scale opens and allows the two seeds at its base to escape; but some species take longer, and several appear never to release their seeds at all unless through some outside agency such as fire (in the West American forests), or squirrels, or birds. B. Krupkin, and S. H. Strauss. Pinus halepensis Mill. Author information: (1)Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service-Atlantic Forestry Centre, P.O. American Journal of Botany 80(7):743-751. Morphology and anatomy of long shoot leaves were described in detail in Dörken et al. Long-shoot bud development, shoot growth, and foliage production were studied in seven provenances of Pinuscontorta Dougl. (2013). from the major sites in British Columbia and one Yukon source growing in a provenance trial at Prince George, B.C. For example, Pinus torreyana in its native habitat is only 5–10 m tall and forms a short, gnarled trunk. The portion of the cone scale that is exposed before the mature cone opens is thickened and is called the umbo; it may be unarmed, or armed with a spine or prickle; and it may be formed into a woody pyramid called an apophysis. . The pine trees of the Rocky Mountain region. Throughout its life, a Pine exhibits four different foliage types; cotyledon, primary leaves, cataphylls, and needles. 3. It also has medical properties and can be used as stimulant, antispasmodic, astringent, diuretic and anti-pathogenic. Axelrod, D. I. Reproductive Structures. These foliage shoots do have a minute bud, though this develops only rarely, most typically after browsing damage to the shoot distal to the fascicle. The genera of Pinaceae in the southeastern United States. A wide variety of other species may also be less than a meter tall when found growing at the alpine timberline. Proc. Allozyme differentiation and biosystematics of the California closed-cone pines (Pinus subsection Oocarpae). Branching shoots generally produce a single flush of growth each season, ending with a winter bud. Many of the species described here are from Mexico and further south in Central America, where the diversity of pines is at its highest. To contact the editors: info@treesandshrubsonline.org. It can break into small or large plates, form deep, longitudinal fissures, or peel continuously creating a mosaic pattern. . As a low-altitude tropical or subtropical species, P. kesiya Royle ex Gordon is of most interest to foresters establishing softwood plantations in tropical countries, although it has several faults that make it less than totally useful as a timber-producing species (Armitage & Burley 1984). Others tend to the opposite extreme, quickly developing into majestic landscape trees. . Many pines are perfectly hardy in terms of winter temperatures but require a hot growing season to perform well. Anatomy of Different Parts of Pinus 2. Our accounts have also benefited greatly from generous input from Michael Frankis and Keith Rushforth. There are two seeds on each scale, partially enclosed in a membranous cup, which extends to form a persistent triangular wing. Chinese red pine; 油松 you song [Chinese]. Silvae Genetica 16(3): 89-97. Pines are the naked seed-bearing plants, belonging to the group Gymnosperms. The crown is initially conical with regular (pseudo-) whorls of branches and an erect leader, though some may also be multistemmed. They do not need a rich soil so much as an open, well-drained one. (2002), Syring et al. 1983). Pinus Linn. Ever since then, pines have been preferred subjects for dendrochronology. Genus - Pinus . Colors of seed cones are those of mature, closed or newly opened cones, not of old, open, persistent cones or of weathered serotinous cones. New shoots in the ‘candle’ stage on Pinus durangensis . Cai, Qing, Daming Zhang, Zhan-Lin Liu and Xiao-Ru Wang. A notable horticultural absentee is Pinus lumholtzii B.L. The male strobili are oblong to cylindrical and are clustered at the basal end of new long shoots. Branches grow spirally and thus the plant gives the appearance of a conical or pyramidal structure. Farjon, Aljos – Pines. Two genera in the Pinaceae, Pseudotsuga and Picea, contain larger trees. ssp. Washington, DC. As garden or park trees the pines are of varying merit, but the best of them are amongst the noblest of evergreens. Growth and development of the shoot of Pinus luchuensis growing in Okinawa were investigated. (Aleppo pine) is the most widely distributed pine in the Mediterranean). U.S. stamp of an unidentified species of Pinus (probably ponderosa). 2007) grew one tree to 2 m before it succumbed to Armillaria. Common names. Horsman, John – 'Pines in Cultivation', The Plantsman, Vol. Development and organization of the dwarf shoot and lateral branch of Pinus Densiflora are described. Subsection Australes: United States, Mexico and the Caribbean Reconsidering relationships among stem and crown group Pinaceae: oldest record of the genus Pinus from the Early Cretaceous of Yorkshire, United Kingdom. Unlike the other genera of the Pinaceae, in Pinus the greatest diversity of species is found in the United States and Mexico, rather than in China and Japan. & de Vriese – notable not only as being the single species of pine to cross the equator (in Sumatra), but also as the Old World’s tallest pine, with heights of 70 m being recorded (de Laubenfels 1988). . Certain fire successional species have a "grass stage," i.e., the stem of the young seedling elongates little during the first several years (meanwhile developing a large taproot) and bears many long, curved leaves, the plant then resembling a bunchgrass (Kral 1993). ISBN 0-521-55176-5. On adult individuals of Pinus the long shoot leaves are strongly reduced to rudimentary cataphylls. Each bundle of leaves, whatever their number, forms in the aggregate a slender cylinder. Data collected thus far support the idea that the two subgenera are valid, clearly distinct, and are each monophyletic. Subsection Balfourianae: Western United States A young Pinus yunnanensis on the Great Black Mountain, Yunnan, with long shaggy needles. With few exceptions it is desirable to get them planted in their permanent places as young as possible. At the base of each bundle is a sheath, whose varying length and duration give very useful indications of the identity of the species. Pinus Insularis: known as Khasi pine, grows in hills of eastern Himalayas GK, General Studies, Optional notes for UPSC, IAS, Banking, Civil Services. Cataphylls form a protective covering on the trunk. The LEAFY/FLORICAULA genes from Arabidopsis and Antirrhinum are necessary for normal flower development and play a key role in diverse angiosperm species. Keywords: Pinus roxburghii,cytotoxicity, Pharma-cological activities,phytochemical constituents Introduction The Pinus roxburghii Sarg (Pinaceae) is commonly known as chir pine. Phylogenetic relationships and species delimitation in Pinus section Trifoliae inferrred from plastid DNA. PDF. External cataphylls of lateral winter buds were round and coriaceous. Syn: Apinus Necker; Strobus Opiz; Caryopitys Small; Ducampopinus A. Cheval. Fascicles have 2-6 needles, stomata are more or less equally distributed on all surfaces, resin ducts are variable; sheath is persistent except in P. leiophylla and P. lumholtzii; the fascicle bases have decurrent pulvini. Other potentially reasonably hardy Mexican species that have yet to be introduced or are not as yet established in cultivation include P. praetermissa Styles & McVaugh, from western Mexico (Jalisco, Nayarit, Sinaloa, and possibly southern Zacatecas) at altitudes of 900–1900 m. This taxon is related to P. oocarpa, and to P. stylesii Frankis ex Businský, from northeastern Mexico. Fascicles persist for 2–12 years or more and develop in the axils of cataphylls (see below). Willyard, Ann, Richard Cronn, and Aaron Liston. A further contribution to closed-cone pine (Oocarpae) history. Other pines small enough to not qualify as trees include P. culminicola, P. pumila, and P. mugo. a shower bath using sulfurous water, especially as part of a curative therapy. (2013): Pines of the W U.S. and Mexico. Ashley Klymiuk. Journal of Forensic Sciences 42(3):368-377. the closed-cone pines), and molecular analyses performed mostly in the 21st Century have largely ended the disagreements, although there remain some significant problems with molecular analyses of Pinus (Syring et al. (Yakushima White Pine) from southern Japan (Tanegashima, Yakushima), which does not appear to have been introduced to Europe or North America. Pinus species appear to be more sensitive to climate warming because of their first position in the successional process of Mediterranean forests (Carnicer et al. b. Boston and New York. The seedling leaves of all pines are solitary, the adult condition commencing to appear in the second and third years. Pinus is monoecious, it bears male and female reproductive cones on the same tree but on separate branches. They continue to be a leading genus in agroforestry production, dominating plantations in the U.K. (P. contorta, P. nigra), New Zealand (P. radiata) and Brazil (P. elliottii). Free Question Bank for NEET Biology Kingdom Plantae Pinus Which of the following is the best explanation for the excurrent (pyramidal) shape of Pinus (the branches giving the plant the appearance of a tall cone) [AIIMS 1981; JIPMER 1983] Hudson reports, however, that it will tolerate some frost in those areas of New Zealand that have the benefit of hot summers. Although the bulk of the depositions occurred earlier in 1970, when growing degree days were used as the clock, the 2 years were similar.The results provide quantitative data to complement the histologic emphasis of previous studies. The female strobili (cones) are subterminal, solitary or clustered, and pendulous. and various cottage as well as large scale industrial works on based upon Pinus throughout the world. The bark of pines is frequently useful in identifying species. . Oil of turpentine is also produced by pine resin distillation and is used for thinning and dissolving paint and varnish, as well as for shoe polish and sealing wax manufacturing. . Some species of this genus include, Pinus roxburghii, P. wallichiana, P. gerardiana and P. insularis. Ruth Stockey. Axelrod, D. I. and J. Cota. Pinus patula Schiede ex Schlectendahl et Chamisso 1831 Common names Mexican weeping pine, spreading-leaved pine, patula pine; pino patula, pino chino, pino triste [Spanish] (Wormald 1975). 1980. Order – Coniferales . 2007). 225-6 (1981). The application of the latter name in July 2008 enables the few young trees in cultivation to be labelled. . Several pine species can regenerate from epicormic shoots beneath the bark (Agee 1998). 1993. PINUS Division: Coniferophyta Class: Coniferopsida Order: Coniferales Family: Pinaceae Genus: Pinus External Morphology of Pinus: 1. As always, wild-origin seed is best, but many pines are promiscuous and hybrids can occur in the wild as well as in cultivation. The upland pine forests of Nicaragua. Volume 1 of the Flora of North America (Kral 1993) offers the following advice to those attempting to identify pine specimens: Native to all continents and some oceanic islands of the northern hemisphere, chiefly in boreal, temperate, or mountainous tropical regions; reaching its southernmost distribution shortly below the Equator in southeast Asia (Sumatra; P. merkusii). Pine anatomy differs from other conifers in several respects, and the resulting anatomical differences are helpful in identification. Pinus brutia var. After pollen is shed, pollen cones may lengthen considerably. Carrière 1867. Where the leaves are in bundles of two the transverse section of each is semicircular, in the bundles of three to five they are three-sided. For copyright and licence information, see the Licence page. 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