white poplar

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white poplar

Herbal medicine
A deciduous tree that contains essential oil, glycosides, populin and tannins; it is analgesic, anti-inflammatory and antipyretic, and is used for rheumatic disease.
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02, 100 Liriodendron tulipifera -- -- Nyssa sylvatica -- -- Pinus strobus -- -- Populus tremuloides 3, 0.
In contrast, south-facing slopes with Populus tremuloides stands will be replaced by P.
Latitude-related variation in understory vegetation of boreal Populus tremuloides stands in Alberta, Canada.
were fed Populus tremuloides, Pyrrhalta were fed Ulmus pumila, and both Papilio species were fed Alnus tenuifolia; in all cases, these hosts allowed rapid larval growth and high survival.
West Virginia polyphagous(**) * Common hosts include Populus tremuloides, P.
Effects of two tannins, from Populus tremuloides and Betula resinifera, were measured at four doses (0%, 3%, 6%, and 12% dry mass) on two herbivores (Pyrrhalta luteola and Chrysomela falsa).
Betula resinifera tannin had highly significant effects on Chrysomela falsa, but no effect on Pyrrhalta luteola; conversely, Populus tremuloides tannin had significant effects on Pyrrhalta, but no effect on C.
falsa usually feed on Populus tremuloides, and have a very high tolerance for P.
Spatial pattern and population dynamics of Populus tremuloides in a Saskatchewan aspen grove.
Invasion of grassland by Populus tremuloides in the northern Great Plains.