a type of forest characterized by cone-bearing, needle-leaved trees
Coniferous forests are often a source of softwood timber and pulp.
[koh-nee-een, -in, -neen] /ˈkoʊ niˌin, -ɪn, -nin/ noun 1. a volatile, highly poisonous alkaloid, C 8 H 17 N, constituting the active principle of the poison hemlock. /ˈkəʊnɪˌiːn; -nɪɪn; -niːn/ noun 1. Also called cicutine (ˈsɪkjʊtiːn), conicine (ˈkəʊnɪsiːn). a colourless poisonous soluble liquid alkaloid found in hemlock; 2-propylpiperidine. Formula: C5H10NC3H7
[kohn] /koʊn/ noun 1. Geometry. 2. anything shaped like a cone: sawdust piled up in a great cone; the cone of a volcano. 3. . 4. Botany. 5. Anatomy. one of the cone-shaped cells in the retina of the eye, sensitive to color and intensity of light. Compare (def 17). 6. one of a series […]
coniofibrosis co·ni·o·fi·bro·sis (kō’nē-ō-fī-brō’sĭs) n. Fibrosis, especially of the lungs, caused by dust.
/ˌkəʊnɪˈɒlədʒɪ/ noun 1. a variant spelling of koniology noun the scientific study of dust in the atmosphere and its effects on plant and animal life; also written koniology See koniology Word Origin Greek konis ‘dust’