Alnus rubra

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Synonyms for Alnus rubra

large tree of Pacific coast of North America having hard red wood much used for furniture

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Infected root hairs of Alnus rubra elaborate a multilamellar secondary cell wall, a feature not seen in adjacent uninfected root hairs (Berry et al.
The plasma membrane does elaborate around encapsulated hyphae (Lalonde, 1980); and the cytoplasm of Alnus rubra root hairs has been described as containing numerous ribosomes, mitochondria, Golgi bodies, plastids, and endoplasmic reticulum (Berry et al.
Callose-containing deposits in relation to root-hair infections of Alnus rubra by Frankia.
In fact, Alnus rubra is considered the most common hardwood in the Pacific Northwest, although at 33 pounds per cubic foot, it is moderately Light.
Acer saccharum Hard (Sugar) maple Heartwood light reddish brown, sometimes darker Alnus rubra Red alder Almost white to pinkish brown.