hackberry


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any of various trees of the genus Celtis having inconspicuous flowers and small berrylike fruits

small edible dark purple to black berry with large pits

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Sempra LNG, a subsidiary of Sempra Energy (NYSE: SRE), has announced that Cameron LNG's first train of the liquefaction-export project in Hackberry, Louisiana, has started commercial operations under Cameron LNG's tolling agreements.
UMR floodplain forest is primarily composed of silver maple, green ash, and American elm, with cottonwood, black willow, river birch, swamp white oak, hackberry (Celtis occidentalis), and box elder (Acer negundo) common in some areas (Knutson and Klaas, 1998; Urich et al, 2002).
PENDLETON - A hackberry tree in a Pendleton cemetery has been recorded as the largest of its kind in Oregon.
Building her PhD work around the hackberry tree, she realized that she was actually studying a plant that had a mineral inside the seed.
It was fruit that I had collected more than 20 years ago, as part of my dissertation research, which was to study the mineralisation processes within the hackberry (Celtis occidentalis) seed.
Sempra Energy is investing $10 billion into the Hackberry project, while the Freeport plant will require $11 billion of private capital.
The riparian zone is classified as interior riparian deciduous forest (Brown, 1982) and is dominated by sycamore and netleaf hackberry (Celtis reticulata), which occur in lower-elevation areas of the canyon.
Top it all off with the fact that my farm produces sufficient Osage orange, hackberry, locust and walnut windfalls to keep my home fire burning--dreams really can come true.
punctulatus on the top surfaces of the lower leaves of common hackberry (Celtis occidentalis L.) and wild grape (Vitis riparia Michx.).
Cameron LNG is converting its existing receipt terminal in Hackberry, Louisiana to an export terminal with a view to commencing the commercial production of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in 2018.
Wayfaring Stranger | JAMES LEE BURKE: Readers may love Burke for his Detective Dave Robicheaux mysteries, but he has also recently penned a few entries in the Hackberry Holland series.
The export project, proposed at Sempra's existing Cameron LNG import terminal in Hackberry, LA, won approval earlier this year from the Department of Energy to export LNG, but needs permission from FERC before construction can begin.
Hackberry bark will not stop you in your tracks as does the dramatic, shiny red, peeling bark of paperbark maple or the ghostly white bark of lacebark pine.
Cameron LNG, LLC - Hackberry, Louisiana: Cameron LNG has applied to export up to 1,700 MCF/day for a 20-year period.
The co-op is located in Hackberry, La., a small town of 1,700 people in Cameron Parish, in southwestern Louisiana, about 20 miles from the Gulf of Mexico