sweet gale


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sweet gale

n.
A deciduous shrub (Myrica gale) of northern Eurasian and North American wetlands, having clusters of small unisexual flowers and aromatic resinous leaves used medicinally and in brewing.
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2], RMAE, MedAPE for the deciduous shrubs compared well with those for the willow, birch, sweet gale, and blue-berry-bearberry-soapberry plant groups, indicating that the aggregation of these plant groups into the deciduous shrub functional type did not result in a decrease in estimation accuracy for aboveground biomass.
The exception was sweet gale, which had moderate SA:M but decomposed slowly.
03), but Tukey's tests revealed only one difference: sweet gale had higher absolute numbers of macroinvertebrates than dogwood.
She said: "Long before the Roman's brought hops to Britain Sweet Gale was widely used to flavour beer but it has never before been used in this way.
It means a lot to me" - trainer Mike Murphy landed the opener with Sweet Gale.
The owner, Maureen Bartlett, who bought Sweet Gale earlier this year, wanted us to give her time to make sure she was right, and we also think she likes a bit of cut in the ground, which she will get with the ground forecast to be riding on the soft side," said the trainer yesterday.
SEB SANDERS consolidated his position at the head of the jockeys' table with a timely treble on Leonard Charles, Swallow Star and Sweet Gale, the trio combining at odds of 287-1 to take his score to 50 for the turf season.
Seb Sanders repeated the dose half an hour later by bringing Sweet Gale up the near side to win the Class 5 7f handicap for Jeremy Noseda.
Queally had scored earlier on Sweet Gale, who was a very easy winner of the opening median auction maiden and initiated an across-the-card double for Jeremy Noseda, who also took the opener at Brighton with Express Wish.