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Related to ailanthus: genus Ailanthus
  • noun

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any of several deciduous Asian trees of the genus Ailanthus

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Interactions between Albizia julibrissin and Ailanthus altissima: two co-occurring invasive trees.
Our previous study demonstrated increased nodulation in Trifolium exposed to root leachates from the Asiatic invasive tree Ailanthus altissima (Simaroubaceae).
Harlem-based Abdul is forced to move to the troubled St Ailanthus boys' school with other orphans, where he is abused, both mentally and physically, and later leaves to stay with a woman who claims to be his great-grandmother.
With no guardian or other family, Harlem-based Abdul is forced to move from a foster home to the troubled St Ailanthus boys' school with other orphans, where he is abused, both mentally and physically, and later leaves to stay with a woman who claims Discovering an extraordinary talent and passion for dance, the teenager uses the art form as his therapy as he tries to escape his past and heal his wounds through performance SHEREEN LOW Fict ction THE BURNING SOUL by John Connolly (Hodder & Stoughton) pounds 17.
Other foliage plants to try are Paulownia, Ailanthus and Ricinus communis.
Simaroubaceae This family includes the winged fruit genera Ailanthus Desf.
The Ailanthus altissima trees, like most plants, can't process nitrogen from the air into a usable form.
Goats are more browsers than grazers, going after honeysuckle and poison ivy and weedy tree saplings like Ailanthus and black locust in preference to grasses.
The arborists pruned, planted, and removed dying and invasive trees like Norway maples and ailanthus as part of the project, which supports a longer-term plan for restoration of the historic landscape originally developed by the Codman family.
e) Plantation: Extensive plantations of Acacia catechu, Ailanthus excelsa, Bombax ceiba, Dalbergia sissoo, Eucalyptus citriodora, and Tectona grandis have been raised as gap planting as well as after clear felling.
In an article by Jon Prance in the Canberra Times (May 14 1977) he pointed out that the trees growing near the graves were Ailanthus the ash-like tree of the gods or the Tree of Heaven.
While the mayor is busy planting trees, Ailanthus altissima, a tree native to China brought to California a hundred years ago, is busy spreading her seeds to the winds.
The "translations" form a set of stylistic pratfalls, from clunky rhyming abstractions and "deep" images ("Now a drumstick of night, / Two Indians on a highway-- / One stricter than a feather, / The other, clasped by might") to long passive prosaic lines of exploded pomp ("At the Cabana Ailanthus when night breezes are stilled / One old commonwealth teacher remains fastened to his desk.
Despite heavy infestation on Azadirachta indica with considerable defoliation, other forest tree species: Ailanthus excelsa, Albizia lebbeck, Bauhinia purpura, Cassia siamia, Moringa oliefera and Pogamia pinnata were also recorded as important host plants of E.
Reported data include algae (Betryococcos braunii, Dunaliellu ferriolecta, Microcystis viridis); oriental beech and spruce, ailanthus, northern poplar, birch, and oak, reed (Phragmites australis), tea waste, wheat and rye straw, corncob, olive husk, hazelnut shells, hazelnut seedcoat, corn stover, tobacco stalk, tobacco leaves, sunflower stalk, unhusked rice, wastes from oil-palm, cotton, and banana plantations, Cunninghamia lanceolata, polysaccharides, Verbascum stalk, cotton plant and cotton gin, proteins, garbage, sugar cane bagasse, pine and spruce needles, and many others [2, 23-42].