Differences in Monoterpene Biosynthesis and Accumulation in Pistacia palaestina Leaves and Aphid-Induced Galls. Rand K(1)(2), Bar E(2). pistacia palaestina. (Wild Pistachio,). Terebinth is the main contributor to the red color of the Mediterranean Maqui. The sprouting leaves and young branches of. Terebinth is the main contributor to the red color of the Israeli Mediterranean Maqui. The sprouting leaves and young branches are red, as is the color of the.


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Everyone venerates this place according to his religion: Constantine's mother in law Euthropiahaving come pistacia palaestina to fulfill a vow, gave pistacia palaestina of all this to the Emperor. So he wrote to the bishops of Palestine reproaching them for having forgot their mission and permitted such a most holy place to be defiled by those libations and sacrifices".

Pistacia palaestina

The tree in Hebron pistacia palaestina about CE. Description[ edit ] Pistacia palaestina is distinguished from P. The Hebrew pistacia palaestina alon means "oak," and the words may be related.

On the west coast of the Mediterranean, the Canary Islands, and the Middle East, it can be confused with Pistacia atlantica.

Cultivation and uses[ edit ] Best known as the pistachioPistacia vera is a small tree native to Irangrown for its edible seeds.

Pistacia palaestina ~ Palestine Pistachio | Royal Botanic Garden

The seeds of the other species were also eaten in prehistory, but are too small to have commercial value today. Records pistacia palaestina Pistacia from preclassical archaeological sites, pistacia palaestina mentions in preclassical texts, always refer to one of these other species often P.

These trees are both known as terebinth.

Pistacia palaestina it has the ability to kill certain bacteria, terebinth resin was widely used as a preservative in pistacia palaestina wine. In the Zagros Mountains of Iran, in one of the earliest examples of winemakingarchaeologists discovered terebinth resin deposits from BC in jars that also contained grape-juice residue.


Pistacia chinensis Chinese pistachethe most frost-tolerant species in the genus, pistacia palaestina grown as an ornamental tree, valued for its bright red autumn leaf pistacia palaestina.

The upper side of the leaflet is not shiny, the margin of the leaflets is entire. The axis of the leaf is cylindrical, without a margin.

The leaves are alternate.

Pistacia palaestina - Wikipedia

In the winter the tree can be recognized by its large and pilose buds. Pistacia pistacia palaestina blooms in the months of March-April. The inflorescence is a panicle pistacia palaestina dense racemes of tiny flowers.

The female flowers have sepals and no corolla.


The pistil is short and cleft at its stigma. The ovary is superior.

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