Alnus incana

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Synonyms for Alnus incana

native to Europe but introduced in America

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BP environ, Picea abies, Larix sibirica, Populus tremula, Sorbus aucuparia et Alnus incana etaient des especes subordonnees sur une couverture morte dominee par des especes vegetales caracteristiques de terrains boises prealpins ou subalpins.
The small fraction of these that have been dated range in age from 3900 to 8400 cal yr BR As a rule, the peat contains plant macrofossils easily identifiable as common understory forest species and tree species such as Picea abies (8450, 8380, and 8180 cal yr BP), Larix sibirica (7320 cal yr BP), Sorbus aucuparia (8640 cal yr BP), Alnus incana (8000 cal yr BP), and Populus tremula (8590 cal yr BP) (Kullman and Oberg, 2012; Appendix 1).
Occurrence of bryophyte species analysed in the present study in different habitats: H 1, deciduous forest on slopes of a river with Tilia cordata, Acer platanoides, and Ulmus laevis; H 2, ravine with a stream with Alnus incana and Ulmus laevis; H 3, mixed wet forest with Picea abies, Quercus robur, Betula pubescens, and Alnus glutinosa; H 4, pine forest with Pinus sylvestris; H 5, peat bog with Pinus sylvestris Species Substrate H 1 H 2 H 3 type Sphagnum cuspidatum Ehrh.
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 canopy is even-aged and composed of pioneer species: Salix alba and Populus nigra, sometimes Populus alba or Alnus incana.
Growth of actinorhizal plants as influenced by the form of nitrogen with special reference to Myrica gale and Alnus incana.
Root hair infection process and myconodule formation on Alnus incana by Penicillium nodositatum.
Nonglandular leaf trichomes as short-term inducible defense of the gray alder, Alnus incana (L.