Juglans Nigra


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An eastern US tree, the bark of which contains iodine and tannins; it is analgesic, anthelmintic, antifungal, antiseptic, and laxative. It has been used internally for constipation, intestinal parasites, and oral ulcers, and topically for acne, athlete’s foot, eczema, fever blisters, jock itch, and psoriasis
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Species Stems DEN RDEN BA RBA RIV Acer negundo 360 80.9 41.9 8.7 38.0 40.0 Populus deltoides 97 21.8 11.3 4.2 18.3 14.8 Acer saccharinum 103 23.1 12.0 2.7 11.8 11.9 Platanus occidentalis 69 15.5 8.0 2.8 12.1 10.1 Juglans nigra 85 19.1 9.9 1.7 7.3 8.6 Aesculus glabra 36 8.1 4.2 0.6 2.5 3.4 Celtis occidentalis 26 5.8 3.0 0.8 3.5 3.2 Ulmus americana 20 4.5 2.3 0.3 1.1 1.7 Fraxinus spp.
Friedrich JM, Dawson JO (1984) Soil nitrogen concentration and Juglans nigra growth in mixed plots with nitrogen-fixing Alnus, Elaeagnus, Lespedeza, and Robinia species.
Micropropagation of hybrid walnut trees (Juglans nigra x Juglans regia) through culture and multiplication of embryos.
Black walnut trees (Juglans nigra) are grown in Southeast Ohio for the production of high quality walnut kernels.
Black wanut (Juglans nigra) toxicosis: a model for equine laminitis.
opaca American holly Juglans nigra Black walnut Juniperus chinensis Chinese juniper J.
X X X Juglans nigra (1) X X Juniperus virginiana (1) X X X Morus rubra (1) X X Parthenocissus quinquefolia X X Quercus marilandica (1) X X Quercus muhlenbergii X X X Quercus rubra (1) X X Quercus stellata X Robinia pseudoacacia X Symphoricarpos orbiculatus X Ulmus alata X Ulmus rubra (1) X X Ulmus serotina X Viburnum lentago X Viburnum prunifolium X Vitis spp.
For example, the dense, woody hull of Juglans nigra effectively prevents all birds and weak-jawed mammals from eating the nuts.
Common persimmon Diospyros virginiana Green ash Fraxinus pennsylvanica Honey locust Gleditsia triacanthos Black walnut Juglans nigra Eastern red cedar Juniperus virginiana Bois d'arc Maclura pomifera Red mulberry Morus rubra American sycamore Platanus occidentalis Eastern cottonwood Populus deltoides Bur oak Quercus macrocarpa Shumard oak Quercus shumardii Black willow Salix nigra Eve's necklace Sophora affinis Winged elm Ulmus alata American elm Ulmus americana Cedar elm Ulmus crassifolia Slippery elm Ulmus rubra Table 2.
Two types are commonly available: Juglans nigra, the black walnut and J.
Acer saccharum 89 5816.0 41 10 Carya ovata 35 3682.0 63 28 Liriodendron tulipifera 33 5790.3 57 16 Aesculus octandra 29 3540.0 40 20 Tilia americana 21 2115.2 12 0 Quercus muehlenbergii 16 1657.8 4 3 Carya glabra 14 1158.6 10 2 Quercus alba 12 1617.0 18 9 Quercus rubra(*) 12 1906.3 39 9 Carya tomentosa 11 1144.5 6 4 Magnolia acuminata 6 563.6 3 2 Quercus prinus(*) 5 593.4 2 0 Liquidambar styraciflua(**) 4 302.5 1 0 Fraxinus americana(**) 3 177.2 0 0 Juglans nigra 3 369.1 0 0 Sassafras albidum 2 272.1 0 0 Quercus velutina(*) 1 100.5 12 0 Cornus florida(**) 1 41.5 0 0 Nyssa sylvatica(**) 1 49.3 0 0 Prunus serotina(**) 1 23.2 0 0 Ulmus americana(**) 1 22.5 0 0
The health, sustainability, and commercial viability of eastern black walnut (Juglans nigra) are currently under threat from thousand cankers disease.