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n Latin names:
Populus alba, Populus termuloides, Populus nigra; part used: bark; uses: arthritis, diarrhea, urinary infections, colds, gastrointestinal complaints; precautions: pregnancy, lactation, children younger than twelve, asthma, coagulation disorders, anticoagulant disorders, salicylate sensitivity, nasal polyps, hepatoxicity. Also called
American aspen, black poplar, quaking aspen, or
white poplar.
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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.
The Times' wide-ranging survey conducted by Populus into the attitudes and views of 18 to 30 year olds shows that the iGeneration prize charity above politics.
Unfortunately, the colloquia organizers did not fully address the POPULUS agenda, which was `to investigate the feasibility of establishing a common series of research goals and standards in Mediterranean landscape archaeology so as to advance the study of the ancient demography of the region on a broad comparative front' (p.
Based on surveys typically averaging around 20,000 respondents, the study, by Populus, revealed that high-mileage drivers who did at least 10,000 miles a year lived in fear of motoring costs, strongly opposed road charging and were almost completely comfortable on the motorway and driving at night.
Separate research carried out by Populus group for The Times newspaper sees Labour on 38 points, down one since December, while the Conservatives gained two taking them to 37.
A Populus poll for The Times, published last night, suggests that Ed Miliband's party are eight points ahead of the Conservatives.
Surveys by Populus for The Times and Opinium for the Daily Express gave the Tories leads of nine and eight points respectively.
The Populus poll of 1,001 adults found that 25 percent did not think global warming was happening, a rise of 8 percent since a similar poll was conducted in November.
The Populus survey was published today as Mr Brown and his senior colleagues travelled to Leeds for the second Cabinet meeting outside London since the summer.
It revealed Labour's "Brown bounce" has continued, with the Populus survey putting Labour on 39 per cent (up two points on a similar poll last month), the Conservatives on 33 per cent (down one) and the Liberal Democrats on 15 per cent (down three).
It's another case of London taking all the praise and glory, whilst ignoring the local populus.
A survey by Populus for the Tobacco Manufacturers' Association found people supported separate smoking rooms in workplaces and pubs.