See: Pimenta dioica. Pine

See: Pinus spp. Pineapple

See: Ananas comosus. Pinnate

A compound leaf that has leaflets arranged on either side of a stalk. Pinus spp.

The pine trees, which are members of the family Pinaceae, in the order Coniferae, which is one of the five orders of the Gymnosperms. These are particularly important timber trees that provide much of the world's soft wood. Selection within existing populations, particularly in North America, looking for horizontal resistance to white pine blister rust (Cronartium ribicola) would be an appropriate activity for a university breeding club made up of forestry students.

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