The site in Cass County is a climax forest on acreage owned by International Paper Company that consists primarily of pines, yellow poplar
and various oak species, while the sites in Morris and Titus counties are within state parks and comprised of mixed hardwoods.
Several of the soil series listed in Table 1 have published site index estimates for both yellow poplar
and northern red oak.
Red maple, beech, yellow poplar
, basswood, buck-eye, yellow birch, black cherry, white ash, hickory, sycamore, sweet gum, and more make up the forest communities that result in a multicolored tapestry.
Corynorhinus rafinesquii foraged in oak and oak-hickory forest and avoided yellow poplar
and beech-maple forest ([[Chi].sup.2] = 47.8, 3 df, P [less than] 0.001; Table 3).
Oaks become red-brown or russet; hickories turn golden-bronze and aspen and yellow poplar
are known for their golden-yellow hues.
First, we compared breakdown rates and fungal activity associated with yellow poplar
(Liriodendron tulipifera L.) leaves decomposing in streams that differed in water chemistry.
The harvesting process yields approximately 2.41 million dry tons of wood residues annually, including 1.34 million dry tones logging residue of which red oak is the predominant species, followed by yellow poplar
and maple species .
Following sawlogs, the next most common market was OSB pulp and pulpwood for paper production and yellow poplar
(Liriodendron tulipifera) peeler materials (Table 3).
is one of those woods with a wide range of names, among them canarywood, canoe-wood, tulipwood and tulip poplar.
Its hemlock, sycamore, basswood, beech, oak, and yellow poplar
trees are as old as 400 years and soar more than 100 feet, while measuring 20 feet in circumference.
The wood includes: cherry, oak, yellow poplar
, camphor and holly.