Betulaceae


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Betulaceae

(bech″ŭ-lās′ē-ē″) [ Betula + -aceae]
The family of flowering trees that include birches and beeches. Tree pollen from members of this family produces allergic reactions in many people in the early spring.
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centre Yunnan Yunnan Alt: 2450 m Alt: 1950 m Plot size: Plot size: 1 ha 1 ha Fagaceae 7 118.66 Fagaceae 3 74.12 Theaceae 5 52.66 Anacardiaceae 5 72.31 Ericaceae 6 32.93 Lauraceae 3 47.75 Caprifoliaceae 5 17.61 Oleaceae 1 34.57 Oleaceae 1 16.54 Betulaceae 1 15.56 Lauraceae 3 9.68 Moraceae 6 9.71 Myrsinaceae 1 7.86 Fabaeeae 2 7.28 Rosaceae 8 7.84 Aquifoliaceae 1 7.26 Cornaceae 3 7.82 Rosaceae 5 7.02 Sabiaceae 1 6.41 Ulmaceae 3 5.95 UMEB 1 No.
Shrub and tree families (Ericaceae, Betulaceae, Cupressaceae, Salicaceae, Pinaceae) are also present in the chamois diet, but play a modest role in autumn, as reported by Mustoni et al.
(4.22%), Salicaceae (3.02%), Betulaceae (2.25%), Chenopodiaceae (2.16%), Myrtaceae (1.14%) and Apiaceae (0.19%).
The raw material for the extract originated from Esthonian veneer industry, the birches belong to Betula pendula Roth, Betula pubescens Ehrh., hybrids of both species and other Betula species with white bark, all belonging to the family Betulaceae. A voucher specimen has been deposited.
Phylogenetic relationships of Corylus species (Betulaceae) based on nuclear ribosomal DNA ITS region and chloroplast matK gene sequences.
Peziza michelii and its ectomycorrhizae with Alnus nitida (Betulaceae) from Pakistan.
* FAMILY NAME: Alnus rubra of the Family Betulaceae
Borcan, "Evaluation and differentiation of the Betulaceae birch bark species and their bioactive triterpene content using analytical FT-vibrational spectroscopy and GC-MS," Chemistry Central Journal, vol.
ex Klatt Betulaceae Alnus acuminata Kunt Boraginaceae Hackelia skutchii I.M.
Distribution of BA is very wide in the plant kingdom with birch tree (Betula spp., Betulaceae) as one of the most extensively stated sources.