Rhus aromatica


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Synonyms for Rhus aromatica

sweet-scented sumac of eastern America having ternate leaves and yellowish-green flowers in spikes resembling catkins followed by red hairy fruits

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Diasporos de Rhus aromatica e Rhus glabra investigados por Li et al.
O primeiro tratamento rompeu a dormencia dos diasporos de Rhus aromatica e o segundo de Rhus glabra.
( * exotic species) Species Seedlings Small Saplings Large Saplings Quercus velutina 3750 575 100.0 Carya texana 2850 600 85.0 Prunus serotina 250 250 20.0 Quercus marilandica 250 25 30.0 Carya tomentosa 150 125 17.5 * Pinus strobus 150 25 17.5 Juniperus virginia -- 100 15.0 * Pinus sylvestris -- -- 5.0 Ulmus americana -- -- 2.5 Celtis occidentalis -- -- 2.5 Rubus allegheniens 2250 -- - Rhus aromatica 1850 -- - Toxicodendron radicans 1650 -- - Cornus drummondii 1600 50 - Rubus occidentalis300 -- -- - Ribes missouriense100 -- -- - Viburnum prunifolium50 -- -- - * Lonicera maackii -- 25 -- - Totals 15200 1775 295.0
Of the 30 specimens in the plot irrigated from April through October, Ilex verticulata, Rhus aromatica, Viburnum dentatum, Clethra alnifolia, Hammamelis virginiana and Itea virginiana showed a decrease in total growth compared with initial measurements.
Rhus aromatica is the ideal herb to combat bed-wetting and is found in the herbal preparation Uva- ursi Complex.
Rhus aromatica is a herb which is specific for bed-wetting and it is contained in the herbal preparation Uva-ursi Complex, a combination of herbs formulated to relieve symptoms associated with enuresis, incontinence and urinary tract infections.
Some native shrubs that are good for these birds are nannyberry (Viburnum lentago), fragrant sumac (Rhus aromatica), winged sumac (Rhus copallinum), Northern spicebush (Lindera benzoin), common winterberry (Ilex verticillata), red bearberry (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi), American hazelnut (Corylus americana) and American witch hazel (Hamamelis virginiana).