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Albert von, Swiss hematologist, 1888-1951. See: Alder anomaly, Alder bodies.
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Six red alder trees were used in this investigation and a collaborative anatomical study by Oregon State University (OSU).
Alder trees are also recognized for their contribution to the health of the planet, as the decaying trees add nitrogen to the soil.
School textbooks may feature bean plants in the diagram of nitrogen fixation, but the Frankia genus of bacteria evoke nodules in un-beanish plants, such as alder trees and bayberries.
Without going into any more detail, the loo directs liquids in the direction of reed beds where willow and alder trees help in the filtration system, the trees later becoming materials on rural skills courses at the centre, and solids to the compost bins.
This will replace one large poplar, plus birch, mountain ash, and alder trees.
A closer look over several visits revealed that Clearwater Marine was actually harvesting an underwater stand of western redcedar, hemlock, white fir, cottonwood, maple, and alder trees.
The presence of ancient, pollarded alder trees suggest that the early settlers created a landscape of thickets of woodland, glades, pasture and meadows.
Alder trees, which used to be coppiced to make charcoal and clogs, have been thinned out so that light gets to the water and more vegetation grows.
Campaign spokesman Shaun Russell said: 'The idea is to create a 'really rubbish' wood with willow and alder trees growing in a 1,200 square metre plot next to the park's lake.
The library's gardener now dons a hard hat while working near the alder trees, as do the library assistants who empty the book drops in the employee lot.
In most of Southeast Alaska, red alder trees line the roads.
Larvae of the hook-tip moth, a common resident of birch and alder trees in the northeastern United States, spin silk stitches to create folded-leaf retreats, explains Jane Yack of Cornell University.