Betula verrucosa

Betula verrucosa

(bĕch′oo-lă, bĕ′tū-lă vĕ-roo-kō′să) [L. “rough birch”]
The scientific name for the European white birch tree. European white birch pollen, abbreviated Bet by the World Health Organization, contains allergens that cause allergies in the spring in the northern hemisphere.
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Main features: framework agreement for the supply and delivery of christmas trees: - picea abies firs painted white, - picea abies branches painted white, - nordmann natural firs, - betula verrucosa painted white, - salix erythroflexuosa painted white, - birch twigs painted white, - feet fir "half-birch logs" pre drilled, will be single-award without negotiation or reopening, and will be issued order forms without a minimum amount and with a maximum amount of 160 000 euro ht over the entire duration of the framework agreement.
I apskaita pateko 16 karpotuju (Betula verrucosa Ehrh.) ir 13 plaukuotuju (Betula pubescens Ehrh.) berZu.
Kraft; IgE and IgG antibodies of patients with allergy to birch pollen as tools to define the allergen profile of Betula verrucosa; Allergy; Vol.
Investigations concerning the seasonal fluctuation in the composition of the diethyl-ether extract of birch (Betula verrucosa).