white poplar

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white poplar

Herbal medicine
A deciduous tree that contains essential oil, glycosides, populin and tannins; it is analgesic, anti-inflammatory and antipyretic, and is used for rheumatic disease.
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A Bonferroni Z-test on the combined data indicated that juneberry, red maple, mountain maple, paper birch, red-osier dogwood, and quaking aspen were eaten more than available in summer.
2]/ha) of quaking aspen [greater than or equal to] 10 cm DBH (a) WS_basal Basal area ([m.
Biologically, the two places are a world apart, but they have at least one thing in common--the quaking aspen.
Pioneer species such as bur oak, quaking aspen, certain pines, and white birch are usually the first trees to become established after a catastrophic disturbance such as wind storm, fire, insect damage, disease, or dear-cut logging.
Due west from Strawberry Reservoir, the mixed-use community with 4,000 acres of quaking aspen and blue spruce and a year-round trout stream looks onto Mt.
The two most common species in the cottonwood/aspen species group are quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides) and eastern cottonwood (P.
Quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides) is the most widely distributed tree in North America, and its cousins reach around the world.
Populus catkins appear regularly in the diet of Black Bears: Quaking Aspen (Populus tremuloides) catkins are eaten by Black Bears in Michigan and Minnesota (Rogers 1987; DeBruyn 1999), Alberta (Pelchat and Ruff 1986), Manitoba (GWP pers.
A total of 301 habitat patches were mapped with detailed vegetation data collected on 53 LD transects; 26 in willow and 27 in quaking aspen communities.
He compared the American chestnut directly against black walnut and northern red oak at several different ages, and also cross-referenced his results to other studies using quaking aspen, red pine and white pine in the same region.
There is dark timber and quaking aspen downhill to the north, mostly sage and snowberry to the south with a few scattered quakies.
First, the general beauty of the Kaibab plateau with its canopies of ponderosa pine, sprinkling of mixed conifers, swaths of undergrowth, and patches of quaking aspen.