Keyword: Tunisia

Aleppo pine is one of the dominant forest species in Tunisia, favoured by its great regeneration capacity, plasticity, climatic stress tolerance, and multiple products:
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The wide potential of resin acids as bioactive agents could be considered as very promoting products for new applications of the natural forms and
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The exploitation of pine forests in Tunisia which covered up to 50% of the total forest area could contribute and generate additional income sources
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The main objective of the present investigation is to explore the knowledge and the best practices of resin extraction technics in rural areas and
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Resin is a natural product that has multiple applications and is highly demanded in the chemical industry. As a non-timber forest product, exploitation of
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The Montpellier maple (Acer monspessulanum L.) is a Mediterranean and West Asian species considered in Tunisia as rare with only three locations. The ecological
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The main objective of this factsheet is to help technicians and forsters to recognize, in the field, insect gall wasps of Eucalyptus species.
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The current exploitation of rosemary and myrtle (native species with relatively high yield of EO) occupies an important place in the forestry sector and
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Among essential oils, Eucalyptus oil, is one of the most useful as it is easily extractable commercially (industrial value) and possesses a wide range
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Pine species are considered as a natural source of antioxidant compounds. Pinus nigra Arnold is one of the most known medicinal plants in the
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