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Synonyms for Carpinus

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Otra diferencia son los habitats; los ejemplares mexicanos se recolectaron en bosque mesofilo de montana y en posible asociacion con Carpinus caroliniana, mientras que D.
Internal morphological and palynological features of Carpinus orientalis Miller naturally grown in our country.
De las especies que fueron encontradas por Castillo (1991), estan Carpinus caroliniana, Clethra mexicana, Liquidambar macrophylla, Meliosba alba, Ostrya virginiana, Styrax glabrescens, Ulmus mexicana, Rapanea myticoides, Rhamnus capreafolia y Turpinia insignis.
Keywords: Pheophorbide a Chlorophyll derived compound Cancer Carpinus betalus Betulaceae
Plants with some known resistance include species of taxus, quercus, buxus, carpinus, ginkgo, juglans, laurus, berberis and clematis.
We observed parakeets feeding on very different types of trees including apple trees Malus pumila, yew trees Taxus baccata and charms Carpinus betulus.
Generally these forests are of Carpinus betulus species mixed with species such as Parrotia persica , Alnus subcordata ,Fagus orientalis ,Acer insigne, Acer cappadocicum , Diospyros lotus and Pterocarya fraxionifolia .
Clones of a hornbeam species from Sichuan named Carpinus fangiana donAAEt set seed here because they lack a mate for cross-pollination.
Koch and Carpinus caroliniana (Walter) are uncommon in the Kokiwanee sample, in which A.
Herein, an urea-formaldehyde resin was used to manufacture three kinds of composite materials filled with oak wood flour, beech wood flour or carpinus wood flour.
But developers Crest Nicholson, landlord Optima Housing Association and the council's parks and highways departments are all refusing to look after the trees, called carpinus betulus, and are passing the blame to each other.
Other woods claim the name beech, including blue or water beech, but these trees, also known as American hornbeam, are from the species Carpinus caroliniana.
The infrequent presence of a number of hardwood species and genera (Alnus, Acer, Castanea sativa, Quercus, Carpinus, Magnolia acuminata, and Magnolia grandiflora) with the exception of Liquidambar styraciflua, Lyriodendron tulipifera, and Nyssa sylvatica in some recycled-based papers was attributed to the recycling process.
Carpinus betulus 'Fastigiata'--'Fastigiata' European Hornbeam