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Al·der

(ahl'dĕr),
Albert von, Swiss hematologist, 1888-1951. See: Alder anomaly, Alder bodies.
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Las especies de Alnus generalmente crecen en ambientes considerados como de baja fertilidad y de estres, tales como condiciones climaticas extremas o areas disturbadas periodicamente (orillas de lagos y rios, terrenos sometidos a deslizamientos frecuentes, etc.
This LPAZ is characterized by a sharp increase in the quantity of Alnus (20%), Corylus (10%) and broadleaved trees, and decrease in the amount of Pinus pollen.
pendula, Alnus glutinosa enhances the growth of herbaceous species and the formation of a soil layer.
One variety, Alnus glutiniosa, even grows in 12ins of standing water while others of the species have proved useful for land reclamation and for landscaping disused coal tips in Wales.
En este contexto, se puede mencionar el polen de Alnus acuminata Kunth, similar a lo reportado por Sayas & Huaman (2009), y el polen de Ambrosia arborescens Miller.
Pinus chiapensis, Pinus teocote, Alnus acuminata, Alnus filmifoli, Fraxinus udhei, Quercus sp.
Scientific name Common name Pre-1940 Trees Acer platanoides Norway maple Ailanthus altissima tree-of-heaven x Alnus glutinosa (D,K,P) black alder Morus alba (K) white mulberry x Pyrus calleryana Callery pear Ulmus pumila Siberian elm Woody vines Ampelopsis brevipedunculata porcelain berry Celastrus orbiculatus oriental bittersweet Hedera helix English ivy Lonicera japonica (D) Japanese honeysuckle Shrubs Berberis thunbergii (K) Japanese barberry x Elaeagnus angustifolia (P) Russian olive Elaeagnus umbellata (P) autumn olive Euonymus alatus burning bush Euonymus fortunei winter-creeper Fallopia japonica Japanese knotweed Frangula alnus (P?
Alnus is a genus in the family Betulaceae and Alnus genus is composed of about forty species native to Asia, Africa, Europe and America, and seven species are native to China (CASFRPSE, 1979).
Salta: Departamento Santa Victoria, Parque Nacional de Baritu, bosque montano con Alnus acuminata--las Yungas--en rocas y suelos humedos, entre Los Toldos y Lipeo, 1520-1700 m, 22[grados]26'S 64[grados]44'W, 27-06-2007, E.