Lindera benzoin


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deciduous shrub of the eastern United States having highly aromatic leaves and bark and yellow flowers followed by scarlet or yellow berries

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Lindera benzoin is considered a warming herb that improves circulation and increases perspiration rate.
Sex ratio, components of reproduction, and pollen deposition in Lindera benzoin (Lauraceae).
6%) in the overstory, and Lindera benzoin (14%) and Acer saccharum (13.
I tested the idea that leaf herbivory increases both the amount of fruit abortion and the degree that abortion is selective by using the single-ovulate flowers of the understory shrub Lindera benzoin as the experimental system.
The effect of microhabitat, spatial distribution, and display size on dispersal of Lindera benzoin by avian frugivores.
62 Lindera benzoin -- -- -- Sassafras albidum -- -- -- Comas florida -- -- -- Nyssa sylvatica 6 (0.
regalis form hummocks; woody shrubs include Ilex verticillata, Photina melanocarpa, Lindera benzoin, and Viburnum dentatum; scattered Sphagnum.
These species were: Celastrus orbiculatus (Oriental bittersweet), Circaea lutetiana (enchanter's nightshade), Euonymus alatus (burning bush), Lindera benzoin (spicebush), Osmorhiza claytonia (sweet cicely), Parthenocissus quinquefolia (Virginia creeper), Polygonum virginianum (jumpseed), Rosa multiflora (multiflora rose) and Sassafras albidum (sassafras).
Also notable as they bloom in the spring are the woody Lindera benzoin (spicebush) and Asimina triloba (pawpaw tree).
The sapling density for the floodplain is the lowest of the three communities and is dominated by shrubs (Asimina triloba, Lindera benzoin, and Sambucus canadensis) that will not become components of the overstory (Table 2).
Pawpaw and Lindera benzoin (spicebush) dominated the seedling and small sapling categories, while pawpaw, sugar maple and American elm were the important large saplings (Table 2).
Amelanchier laevis, Lindera benzoin and Rosa palustris are more local.
Asimina triloba and Lindera benzoin are prominent components in size class 1, especially in Nixon Woods (Figure 5).