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   Pinus montezumae 

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   Pinus (pines) 

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   Pinus montezumae gordoniana 
   Pinus montezumae montezumae 
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Pinus montezumae
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1.  Ectomycorrhizal fungal communities in high mountain conifer forests in central Mexico and their potential use in the assisted migration of Abies religiosa.LinkIT
Argüelles-Moyao A, Garibay-Orijel R
Mycorrhiza, 2018

2.  A new method to compare statistical tree growth curves: the PL-GMANOVA model and its application with dendrochronological data.LinkIT
Ricker M, Peña Ramírez VM, von Rosen D
PloS one, 2014

3.  Structure and species composition of ectomycorrhizal fungal communities colonizing seedlings and adult trees of Pinus montezumae in Mexican neotropical forests.LinkIT
Reverchon F, Ortega-Larrocea Mdel P, Bonilla-Rosso G, Pérez-Moreno J
FEMS microbiology ecology, 2012

4.  Chloroplast evolution in the Pinus montezumae complex: a coalescent approach to hybridization.LinkIT
Matos JA, Schaal BA
Evolution; international journal of organic evolution, 2000

5.  [Characterization and fruit-body production of Neolentinus suffrutescens strains obtained by crossing in vitro in a pilot plant].LinkIT
Gaitán-Hernández R
Revista iberoamericana de micologia, 2000

6.  First Report of Golden Dwarf Mistletoe on Pinus maximinoi.LinkIT
Mathiasen R, Sesnie S, Calderon J, Soto A
Plant disease, 1999

7.  Composition of gum turpentines of pines. XVII. A report on Pinus montezumae from Chiapas and P. oocarpa var. trifoliata and P. durangensis from Durango, Mexico.LinkIT
Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association. American Pharmaceutical Association, 1953

8.  Composition of gum turpentines of pines. XII. A report on Pinus montezumae, P. oocarpa, and P. leiophylla.LinkIT
Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association. American Pharmaceutical Association, 1951