Acer pseudoplatanus

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Synonyms for Acer pseudoplatanus

Eurasian maple tree with pale grey bark that peels in flakes like that of a sycamore tree

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Caption: Figure 2: Specific leaf area (SLA) of (a) Fagus sylvatica (n = 20), (b) Acer pseudoplatanus (n = 15), and (c) Carpinus betulus (n = 18) for the different treatments in the greenhouse experiment.
Trial pot species Soil moisture (% v [v.sup.-1]) Lower irrigation Higher irrigation Fagus sylvatica 18.9 ([+ or -] 2.2) (A) 24.6 ([+ or -] 4.3) (B) Acer pseudoplatanus 21.6 ([+ or -] 3.9) (A) 25.3 ([+ or -] 3.0) (B) Carpinus betulus 19.6 ([+ or -] 2.4) (A) 22.4 ([+ or -] 4.3) (A)
But in Europe, the commonly used term sycamore refers to a species belonging to the maple family, Acer pseudoplatanus. European members of the Platanus species, such as Platanus hybrida are instead called plane or planetree.
In the experiment Kissing Cancer Away: the Effect of Phoradendron serotinum from Acer pseudoplatanus Loranthaceae as a cure for Breast Cancer, mistletoe extracts taken from a planetree maple were created to determine their ability to kill MCF-7 breast cancer cells.
We named it after the superficially similar sycamore of England (Acer pseudoplatanus), which is actually a maple.
Acer pseudoplatanus, the ubiquitous sycamore, the ash, Fraxinus excelsior, and the sweet chestnut, Castanea sativa, are reliable coastal survivors, if somewhat stunted and slow-growing in these conditions.
Roedd yna goeden jacmor neu fasarnen (Acer pseudoplatanus) ifanc wrth ochr y llwybr a'r dail bron, bron wedi ymddangos drwy'r blagur.
"What the British call sycamore (Acer pseudoplatanus), the Americans call maple, and what the Americans call sycamore (Platanus occidentalis) the British call lacewood.
26-47; Figura 5) dentro de un fondo floristico caracterizado por el dominio de especies meso-eutrofas tipicas de los bosques del orden Fagetalia sylvaticae (Acer pseudoplatanus, Daphne laureola, Euphorbia dulcis, Festuca altissima, Fraxinus excelsior, Galium odoratum, Lilium martagon, Melica uniflora, Mercurialis perennis, Milium effusum, Prunus avium, Ranunculus tuberosus, Sanicula europaea).