White Birch


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Related to White Birch: Betula papyrifera
A tree containing betulinol, glycosides, flavonoids, saponins, sesquiterpenes, tannins, volatile oil—e.g., betulin

birch

(bĭrch)
(Betula alba) Often consumed as a tea; the oil preparation is of alleged value in bladder disorders; sometimes used topically, although its toxicity makes it unsuitable for pediatric patients.
Synonym(s): white birch.
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White Birch was New Hampshire's first nano brewery, but not its last, especially not in the wake of a newly enacted state law that expands the barrier to market entry for small brewing operations.
We used both univariate and multivariate modeling approaches to examine the relationship between environmental variables and post-budworm regeneration of balsam fir and white birch.
C] = 34%) while sugar maple and white birch are the least compatible with a compatibility factor of 22 and 17 percent, respectively.
The objectives of this study were to: 1) analyze the external and internal quality of birch trees damaged by moose, 2) determine whether any difference in severity, type, and occurrence of damage exists between silver birch and European white birch, and 3) determine selection rules based on visual evaluation that would enable a forest-owner to decide whether to remove or retain moose-damaged birch trees in the course of the first commercial thinning.
It was applied to white birch, black spruce, and H DF core (constructions C1, C2, and C3, Table 1).
I thought, wow, as white birch tree bark, it's a beautiful tree; as a chair, it would be great,'' said Reherd.
White Birch expects operations to continue as usual and remains focused on serving its customers during and after the restructuring process.
Voters also are asked to provide an unspecified sum to repair private roads in town, maintain and reconstruct town roads, and maintain town buildings, and authorize selectmen to accept as a gift a quarter-acre tract at 20 White Birch Drive in the Brookhaven subdivision off Route 9.
of Atlanta, said on Friday they's sold the business to affiliates of White Birch Paper Co.
The soon-to-be amalgamated Crown unit of one million hectares of maple, white birch, spruce and jack pine stretches from Pukaskwa National Park on Lake Superior to the north shore of Lake Huron, near St.
Black spruce was the dominant tree species, with balsam fir, white birch (Betula papyrifera), trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides), and jack pine (Pinus banksiana) being locally present.
We carry the plain white birch, which is a general volume wood, and we also carry the highly figured ice birch veneer, which is a very flashy figure used for high-end applications," Clift says.