maackii are consistent with Bowers' (1997) finding that deer exclosure resulted in higher prevalence of stems of the invasive shrub, Lonicera
Scientific name Common name Pre-1940 Trees Acer platanoides Norway maple Ailanthus altissima tree-of-heaven x Alnus glutinosa (D,K,P) black alder Morus alba (K) white mulberry x Pyrus calleryana Callery pear Ulmus pumila Siberian elm Woody vines Ampelopsis brevipedunculata porcelain berry Celastrus orbiculatus oriental bittersweet Hedera helix English ivy Lonicera
japonica (D) Japanese honeysuckle Shrubs Berberis thunbergii (K) Japanese barberry x Elaeagnus angustifolia (P) Russian olive Elaeagnus umbellata (P) autumn olive Euonymus alatus burning bush Euonymus fortunei winter-creeper Fallopia japonica Japanese knotweed Frangula alnus (P?
Keywords: Biosynthesis; Chlorogenic acid; Lonicera
confusa; Molecular mechanism; Phenylpropanoid metabolites
Inhibition of experimental systemic inflammation (septic inflammation) and chronic bronchitis by new phytoformula BL containing Broussonetia papyrifera and Lonicera
Con el proposito de definir las similitudes existentes entre los ejemplares del complejo de Lonicera
pilosa, se realizo un analisis multivariado de escalamiento multidimensional con el metodo de Distancia Euclideana (Johnson y Wichern, 2007) en una Matriz de Coeficientes Gower, con base en caracteres morfometricos.
belongs to the family Caprifoliaceae and grow extensively in Europe Asia and North America.
2008) and Korea (in this study), most of the JpL samples were collected on the Japanese honeysuckle, Lonicera
Nick's notebook Alderwood January 15 Carrigeen Lonicera
January 15 Golantilla January 15 Mad Brian January 8 Si C'Etait Vrai January 8 Texas Jack January 29 Toner D'Oudairies January 29 Wicklow Gold January 15
Weed of the week: Amur Honeysuckle, Lonicera
In residential areas where neat and tidy is required, consider privet, lonicera
nitida, pyracantha or a slow growing conifer.
Climbers for low walls and trellis are normally a light type, such as Lonicera
This study investigated the differences in leaf litter decomposition between Lonicera
maackii (an invasive shrub) and two native woody species (A.
Some autecological studies of the Lonicera
x bella complex.
TN, were identified had having areas significantly covered by exotic Lonicera
maackii as well as areas containing only native species, Six soil samples were taken from each site, three under the Lonicera
and three under native species.
Eadha Poplar/Aspen Aspen Popular tremula Populus babamifera Idho Yew Dogwood Taxus bacca Comw racemosa Koad Grove Oir Spindle Euonymus europaeus Uilleand Honeysuckle Honeysuckle Lonicera