Alnus glutinosa

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Related to Alnus glutinosa: Alnus incana, dalea candida
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Synonyms for Alnus glutinosa

medium-sized tree with brown-black bark and woody fruiting catkins

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To evaluate the effect of density on plant growth initially Alnus glutinosa seeds were collected from a single tree.
Material and methods: The cytotoxic ability of Alnus glutinosa leaves ethyl acetate extract was studied over HeLa and PC-3 cell lines, with the MTT colorimetric assay.
Paschke MW, Dawson JO, David MB (1989) Soil nitrogen mineralization in plantations of Juglans nigra interplanted with actinorhizal Elaeagnus umbellata or Alnus glutinosa.
Alders are hardly indicators because they grow practically in stream beds, but one particular species, Alnus glutinosa, indicates a lively underground stream.
Alnus glutinosa, Alnus incana, and Betula pendula, also ruderal strategists, are present in the floodplains as scattered small populations because of less competitivity with Salix and Populus species.
The restoration of alluvial forests will result in the spread of tree and shrub species such as Alnus glutinosa, Fraxinus excelsior and Salix eleagnos.
Extracts from Alnus glutinosa (stem bark and leaves), Carpinus betulus (leaves and stem bark), Castanea sativa (stem bark), Ilex aquifolium (leaves), Larix decidua (leaves), Quercus petraea (stem bark) and Quercus robur (leaves) showed for the first time potent in vitro growth inhibitory activity (Frederich et al.
The trees that I am referring to include Betula pendula, our native silver birch, Betula utilis 'Jacquemontii', the Himalayan birch with white peeling bark, Corylus avellana 'Contorta', the corkscrew hazel with its strange twisted and distorted stems and Alnus glutinosa, the native alder.
MOR and MOE values of Pterocarya fraxinifolia LVLs are higher than those of Populus euramericana, Populus tremula, Populus nigra, and similar to those of Alnus glutinosa.
Species closely related to our red alder include Alnus glutinosa, which is know by the trade name common alder.
Tannin deposits are present in infected root hairs of Alnus glutinosa (Lalonde, 1980), and moderately electron-dense deposits occur in infected root hairs of A.
0*: Alluvial forests with Alnus glutinosa and Fraxinusexcelsior (Alno-Padion, Alnion incanae, Salicion albae).
Alnus glutinosa ydi'r enw Lladin ar y goeden, ac mae'n goeden sydd i'w gweld yn gyffredin drwy Ewrop, Rwsia gan gynnwys Siberia, gorllewin Asia a gogledd Affrica.
Around the 'graus', waterways between the sea and the lagoons, areas of plantation include Tamarix gallica, Salix, Alnus glutinosa, Fraxinus oxyphilla, Ulmus, Populus alba and Platanus.