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Pistacia lentiscus is a dioecious evergreen bush or little tree of the class Pistacia, growing up to 4 m tall which is developed for its sweet-smelling gum, for the most part on the Greek island of Chios.The plant is evergreen, from 1 to 5 m high, with a solid smell of sap, developing in dry and rough zones in Mediterranean Europe. It opposes overwhelming ices and develops on a wide range of soils, and can develop well in limestone territories and even in salty or saline conditions, making it increasingly bountiful close to the ocean. It is additionally found in forests, dehesas (nearly deforested field zones), Kermes oak woods, lush regions commanded by different oaks, garrigues, maquis shrublands, slopes, chasms, ravines, and rough slopes of the whole Mediterranean territory. It is a normal types of Mediterranean blended networks which incorporate myrtle, Kermes oak, Mediterranean smaller person palm, buckthorn and sarsaparilla, and fills in as security and nourishment for flying creatures and other fauna in this biological system. It is a tough pioneer animal types scattered by feathered creatures. At the point when more established, it builds up some enormous trunks and various thicker and longer branches. In proper zones, when permitted to develop uninhibitedly and age, it frequently turns into a tree of up to 7 m. Be that as it may, logging, brushing, and flames regularly forestall its turn of events. The leaves are interchange, rugged, and compound paripinnate (no terminal flyer) with five or six pairs of dark green flyers. It presents exceptionally little roses, the male with five stamens, the female trifid style. The natural product is a drupe, first red and afterward dark when ready, around 4 mm in breadth. In vacationer territories, with palmitos or Mediterranean diminutive person palm, and colorful plants, it is frequently picked to repopulate gardens and resorts, in view of its quality and appealing appearance. In contrast to different types of Pistacia, it holds its leaves consistently. It has been presented as an elaborate bush in Mexico, where it has naturalized and is frequently observed basically in rural and semiarid regions where the late spring precipitation atmosphere, in spite of the Mediterranean, doesn't hurt it
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