A plant genus in the family PINACEAE, order Pinales, class Pinopsida, division Coniferophyta.
A plant family of the order Pinales, class Pinopsida, division Coniferophyta, known for the various conifers.
Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
Woody, usually tall, perennial higher plants (Angiosperms, Gymnosperms, and some Pterophyta) having usually a main stem and numerous branches.
An extensive order of highly specialized insects including bees, wasps, and ants.
A clear, odorless, tasteless liquid that is essential for most animal and plant life and is an excellent solvent for many substances. The chemical formula is hydrogen oxide (H2O). (McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed)
The hormone-responsive glandular layer of ENDOMETRIUM that sloughs off at each menstrual flow (decidua menstrualis) or at the termination of pregnancy. During pregnancy, the thickest part of the decidua forms the maternal portion of the PLACENTA, thus named decidua placentalis. The thin portion of the decidua covering the rest of the embryo is the decidua capsularis.
The systematic arrangement of entities in any field into categories classes based on common characteristics such as properties, morphology, subject matter, etc.
Polysaccharides composed of repeating galactose units. They can consist of branched or unbranched chains in any linkages.
The units based on political theory and chosen by countries under which their governmental power is organized and administered to their citizens.
Very young plant after GERMINATION of SEEDS.
The science of developing, caring for, or cultivating forests.
Amount of stimulation required before the sensation of pain is experienced.
A technique that induces the processing of disturbing memories and experiences, by stimulating neural mechanisms that are similar to those activated during REM sleep. The technique consists of eye movements following side-to-side movements of the index and middle fingers, or the alternate tapping of the hands on the knees. This procedure triggers the processing of information, thus facilitating the connection of neural networks.
Solid dosage forms, of varying weight, size, and shape, which may be molded or compressed, and which contain a medicinal substance in pure or diluted form. (Dorland, 28th ed)
The remnants of plant cell walls that are resistant to digestion by the alimentary enzymes of man. It comprises various polysaccharides and lignins.
A plant genus of the family ERICACEAE.
A plant genus of the family ERICACEAE.
A functional system which includes the organisms of a natural community together with their environment. (McGraw Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed)
A nonmetallic element with atomic symbol C, atomic number 6, and atomic weight [12.0096; 12.0116]. It may occur as several different allotropes including DIAMOND; CHARCOAL; and GRAPHITE; and as SOOT from incompletely burned fuel.
Substances made up of an aggregation of small particles, as that obtained by grinding or trituration of a solid drug. In pharmacy it is a form in which substances are administered. (From Dorland, 28th ed)

Waves of larch budmoth outbreaks in the European alps. (1/32)

Spatially extended population models predict complex spatiotemporal patterns, such as spiral waves and spatial chaos, as a result of the reaction-diffusion dynamics that arise from trophic interactions. However, examples of such patterns in ecological systems are scarce. We develop a quantitative technique to demonstrate the existence of waves in Central European larch budmoth (Zeiraphera diniana Gn.) outbreaks. We show that these waves travel toward the northeast-east at 210 kilometers per year. A theoretical model involving a moth-enemy interaction predicts directional waves, but only if dispersal is directionally biased or habitat productivity varies across the landscape. Our study confirms that nonlinear ecological interactions can lead to complex spatial dynamics at a regional scale.  (+info)

Seasonal and perennial changes in the distribution of water in the sapwood of conifers in a sub-frigid zone. (2/32)

An analysis was made of progressive changes in patterns of cavitation in the sapwood of three species of conifer (Larix kaempferi, Abies sachalinensis, and Picea jezoensis) that were growing in a sub-frigid zone. In all three conifers, all tracheids of the newly forming outermost annual ring were filled with water or cytoplasm during the period from May to August. However, many tracheids in the transition zone from earlywood to latewood lost water in September, presumably through drought-induced cavitation. Cavitated tracheids tended to be continuously distributed in a tangential direction. Subsequently, some earlywood tracheids of the outermost annual ring lost water during the period from January to March. This was associated with freeze-thaw cycles. In the second and third annual rings from the cambium of all three conifers, the lumina of most tracheids in the transition zone from earlywood to latewood contained no water. In contrast, some latewood tracheids near the annual ring boundary and many earlywood tracheids retained water in their lumina. The third annual ring had more cavitated tracheids than the second annual ring. Our observations indicated that cavitation progressed gradually in the tracheids of the conifers and that they were never refilled once cavitation had occurred. The region involved in water transport in conifers did not include the entire sapwood and differed among annual rings.  (+info)

Spatially quantitative control of the number of cotyledons in a clonal population of somatic embryos of hybrid larch Larix x leptoeuropaea. (3/32)

BACKGROUND AND AIMS: Many conifer embryos, both in natural seeds and in clonal populations of somatic embryos, display variability in the number of cotyledons. In hybrid larch, Larix x leptoeuropaea (synonymous with L. x marschlinsii Coaz), such variability has previously been reported in somatic embryos, together with a decrease in the average cotyledon number when benzyladenine (BA) is applied exogenously. Described here is a spatially quantitative study with the aim of throwing some light on the way cotyledon number is determined, and hence the mechanism of cotyledon formation. METHODS: Stock cultures of embryogenic tissue were maintained and later made embryogenically active by standard methods. Development through cotyledon formation was followed by optical microscopy with quantitative measurement of embryo diameter and number of cotyledons. SEMs of representative stages and cotyledon numbers were done for purposes of illustration in this account. Existing mathematics of waveforms on a disc were cast into a form suitable to compare with the quantitative data. RESULTS: The number of cotyledons is linearly related to the diameter of the apical surface of the embryo (which approximates a circular disc) at the time of first appearance of the cotyledon primordia. This linearity is a constant-spacing phenomenon between adjacent primordia. Addition of BA to the medium restricts the range of apical diameters without changing inter-cotyledon spacing. Slope/intercept ratio of the linear plot matches expectation for initiation of cotyledon pattern as a harmonic waveform on a circular disc. CONCLUSIONS: The entire pattern of cotyledon primordia arises as a single entity coordinated by a mechanism with wave-forming properties. This is explicable by diverse mechanisms, especially either mechanical buckling ('biophysical') or reaction-diffusion kinetics ('physicochemical').  (+info)

Tree growth and competition in a Betula platyphylla-Larix cajanderi post-fire forest in central Kamchatka. (4/32)

BACKGROUND AND AIMS: Fire is the dominant disturbance in central Kamchatka boreal forests, yet patterns and mechanisms of stand recovery have not been investigated. METHODS: Measurements were made of 1433 stems > or =1.3 m height and annual radial increments of 225 randomly selected trees in a 0.4-ha plot of a 53-year-old fire-origin mixed-species stand to examine the spatio-temporal variation in establishment, growth, size inequality and the mode of competition among individual trees. Growth variations were related to tree size, age and local interference with neighbours. KEY RESULTS: Betula platyphylla formed the main canopy following a fire in 1947, with Larix cajanderi and Pinus pumila progressively reinvading the lower tree and shrub stratum. Most B. platyphylla originated from sprouts in small patches (polycormons) during the first 15 post-fire years. Betula platyphylla had normal distributions of diameter and age classes, but negatively skewed height distribution, as expected from shade-intolerant, pioneer species. Larix cajanderi had fewer tall and many short individuals. The smaller and younger B. platyphylla grew disproportionately more in diameter than larger trees from 1950 to 1975, and hence stem size inequalities decreased. The reverse trend was observed from 1995 to 2000: larger trees grew more, indicating an increasing asymmetry of competition for light. Betula platyphylla had steady diameter growth in the first 25 post-fire years, after which the growth declined in smaller trees. Neighbourhood analysis showed that the decline resulted from increased competition from taller neighbours. CONCLUSIONS: The observed growth patterns suggest that mode of interactions altered during stand development from early stages of weak competition for soil resources released by fire to later stages of asymmetric competition for light. Asymmetric crown competition started later than reported in other studies, which can be attributed to the lower stem density leaving much space for individual growth, greater relative importance of below-ground competition in this site of nutrient-poor volcanic soil, and the vegetative origin of B. platyphylla. Larix cajanderi growing under B. platyphylla had steady diameter growth during the first 20 years, after which growth declined. It is suggested that early succession fits the tolerance model of succession, while inhibition dominates in later stages.  (+info)

Fate of a larch unedited tRNA precursor expressed in potato mitochondria. (5/32)

In higher plant mitochondria, post-transcriptional C to U conversion known as editing mostly affects mRNAs. However, three tRNAs were also shown to be edited. Among them, three editing sites were identified in larch mitochondrial tRNA(His). We have previously shown that only the edited version can undergo maturation in vitro. In this paper, we introduced via direct DNA uptake the edited or unedited version of larch mitochondrial trnH into isolated potato mitochondria and expressed them under the control of potato mitochondrial 18 S rRNA promoter. As expected, the edited form of larch mitochondrial tRNA(His) precursor was processed in the isolated organelles. By contrast, no mature tRNA(His) was detected when using the unedited version of trnH. However, precursor molecules could be characterized by reverse transcription-PCR. These data demonstrate that the potato mitochondrial editing machinery is not able to recognize these "foreign" editing sites and confirm that these unedited tRNA precursor molecules are not correctly processed in organello. As a consequence, the fate of these RNA precursor molecules is likely to be degradation. Indeed, we detected by PCR two 3'-end truncated precursor RNAs. Interestingly, both RNA species exhibit poly(A) tails, a hallmark of degradation in plant mitochondria. Taken together, these data suggest that, in plant mitochondria, a defective unedited RNA precursor that cannot be processed to give a mature stable tRNA, is degraded through a polyadenylation-dependent pathway.  (+info)

New labdane diterpenes from the stem bark of Larix laricina. (6/32)

Two new labdane diterpenes, cis-19-hydroxyabienol (1) and 8alpha-hydroxy-12Z,14-labdadien-19-al (2), along with another labdane described for the first time in the genus Larix, 19-acetoxy-13S-hydroxy-8(17),14-labdadiene (3) and a stilbene, 3-methoxy-3,3',5'-trihydroxystilbene (4), were isolated from the stem bark of Larch (Larix laricina). Their structures were established by standard chemical and spectroscopic methods. Compounds 2 and 3 were shown to be moderately cytotoxic against A-549, DLD-1 and normal skin fibroblast cell lines, WS1. Compound 1 was found to be selectively active against colon carcinoma cell lines, DLD-1.  (+info)

1200 years of regular outbreaks in alpine insects. (7/32)

The long-term history of Zeiraphera diniana Gn. (the larch budmoth, LBM) outbreaks was reconstructed from tree rings of host subalpine larch in the European Alps. This record was derived from 47513 maximum latewood density measurements, and highlights the impact of contemporary climate change on ecological disturbance regimes. With over 1000 generations represented, this is the longest annually resolved record of herbivore population dynamics, and our analysis demonstrates that remarkably regular LBM fluctuations persisted over the past 1173 years with population peaks averaging every 9.3 years. These regular abundance oscillations recurred until 1981, with the absence of peak events during recent decades. Comparison with an annually resolved, millennium-long temperature reconstruction representative for the European Alps (r=0.72, correlation with instrumental data) demonstrates that regular insect population cycles continued despite major climatic changes related to warming during medieval times and cooling during the Little Ice Age. The late twentieth century absence of LBM outbreaks, however, corresponds to a period of regional warmth that is exceptional with respect to the last 1000+ years, suggesting vulnerability of an otherwise stable ecological system in a warming environment.  (+info)

Ophiostoma breviusculum sp. nov. (Ophiostomatales, Ascomycota) is a new species in the Ophiostoma piceae complex associated with bark beetles infesting larch in Japan. (8/32)

A new species of the Ophiostoma piceae-complex was isolated from bark beetles and the insect galleries of Larix kaempferi in Japan. This species was described as Ophiostoma breviusculum. The fungus was morphologically similar to O. piceae and O. quercus. However the average length of the perithecial necks and synnemata were shorter than for O. piceae and O. quercus. Synnemata morphological characteristics also differentiated O. breviusculum from the other species of the Ophiostoma piceae-complex isolated from conifers. Mating tests demonstrated that this fungus did not produce perithecia with O. floccosum, O. piceae and O. quercus. In phylogenetic trees using rDNA ITS O. breviusculum was placed in a clade with O. canum, O. piceae and O. subalpinum, but when using beta-tubulin it was placed into a separate clade.  (+info)

Induction of embryonal masses was achieved from full-sib immature zygotic embryos of Larix decidua Mill., Larix xeurolepis A. Henry, and Larix xleptoeuropaea, and it was found to be affected by the developmental stage of the embryos. Furthermore, the explant response depended on a specific combination of parental trees used for production of seeds. For the first time, induction was successful in L. decidua with mature zygotic embryos. These embryos were isolated from one of the three seedlots tested and induction frequency was 5%. Mature somatic embryos of L. xleptoeuropaea expressed an initiation frequency of 83%. Cotyledons and needles of plantlets derived from somatic embryos of L. xleptoeuropaea were used as explants to induce somatic embryogenesis at a frequency of 8 and 3%, respectively. A cytokinin pretreatment seemed to enhance the frequency of induction. Mature somatic embryos were obtained from embryonal masses derived from explants of different ontogenic age. Future opportunities of ...
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Larch tree species (Larix Mill.) are both ecologically and commercially valuable in their native range and are the focus of many restoration, afforestation, and commercial reforestation efforts in the boreal forests of the northern hemisphere. Land use change, shifting climate, and poor natural regeneration are making it increasingly difficult to establish the species; therefore, artificial regeneration is critical to ensure this timber species maintains its productive role on the landscape. New stocktypes are continually being developed to aid target seedlings for difficult sites, and critical, non-confounding evaluations of them are needed for target seedling development. This research evaluates the effect of container parameters on potential target seedlings. It examines tolerance thresholds of western larch (Larix occidentalis Nutt.) with respect to moisture and temperature status in the rhizosphere during early establishment. A suite of morphological measurements was used to assess seedling ...
Flooding reduces supply of oxygen to the roots affecting plant water uptake. Some flooding-tolerant tree species including tamarack (Larix laricina (Du Roi) K. Koch) produce adventitious roots in response to flooding. These roots were reported to have higher hydraulic conductivity under flooding conditions compared with non-adventitious roots. In the present study, we examined structural and functional modifications in adventitious roots of tamarack seedlings to explain their flooding tolerance. Seedlings were subjected to the flooding treatment for six months, which resulted in an almost complete disintegration of the existing root system and its replacement with adventitious roots. We compared gas exchange parameters and water relations of flooded plants with the plants growing in well-drained soil and examined the root structures and root water transport properties. Although flooded seedlings had lower needle chlorophyll concentrations, their stomatal conductance, net photosynthesis rates and shoot
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European Larch (Larix decidua) tree is a deciduous conifer but often treated as a honorary broadleaf to provide diversity in conifer plantations. The needles turn red then yellow in autumn before falling off.
Superhydrophobic Coating of European Oak (Quercus robur), European Larch (Larix decidua), and Scots Pine (Pinus sylvestris) Wood Surfaces. Václav Šprdlík,a,* Veronika Kotradyová,b and Radovan Tiňo c. Plant surfaces provide an unlimited source of systems for the protection of their surface against the outer environment. These systems have continuously improved over the last 400 million years of evolution. Two of the most fascinating properties of these systems are superhydrophobicity and the self-cleaning ability of several plant species. These properties are most often achieved due to the hierarchical structure of the surface in combination with a deposited blend of epicuticular waxes. In this study, a layer of n-hexatriacontane was deposited on wood surfaces via thermal evaporation, and the self-assembly ability was investigated for various wood species with differently machined surfaces. The behavior of wax crystals was observed using scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and confocal ...
Stock Photo 4141-43731: Download european larch (larix decidua), tree line at app 2350m, growing on the lateral morain of the glacier position of 1850. due to global warming the galciers are retreating and the tree line is moving higher and higher. around 1850 the area was part of the periglacial area of the glacier. europe, central europe, italy, south tyrol, october 2009 Stock Photos. Search over 12 million royalty free images and rights managed stock photography
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The tamarack has thin bark and is therefore highly susceptible to fire damage, except perhaps in older, upland stands. However, the habitat of tamarack, especially south of the boreal forest, is normally wet enough to protect the tree from fire. The tamarack is also susceptible to high winds. Strong winds can uproot large tamarack trees growing in swamps or other wet-land sites where rooting is shallow. It has also been discovered that abnormally high water levels often kill tamarack stands. Those that survive under such conditions usually grow very slowly. Other effects of high water include dieback and the development of adventitious roots and shoots. Wetland road crossings and beaver damming are the primary causes of flooding. Many insect species are known to be destructive to tamaracks. The larch sawfly is the most destructive. Epidemics occur periodically across Canada and the northern United States and have caused tremendous losses of merchantable tamarack throughout most of the trees ...
Studying carbon and nitrogen stocks in different types of larch forest ecosystems is of great significance for assessing the carbon sink capacity and nitrogen level in larch forests. To evaluate the effects of the differences of forest type on the carbon and nitrogen stock capacity of the larch forest ecosystem, we selected three typical types of larch forest ecosystems in the northern part of Daxing’an Mountains, which were the Rhododendron simsii-Larix gmelinii forest (RL), Ledum palustre-Larix gmelinii forest (LL) and Sphagnum-Bryum-Ledum palustre-Larix gmelinii forest (SLL), to determine the carbon and nitrogen stocks in the vegetation (trees and understories), litter and soil. Results showed that there were significant differences in carbon and nitrogen stocks among the three types of larch forest ecosystems, showing a sequence of SLL (288.01 Mg·ha−1 and 25.19 Mg·ha−1) > LL (176.52 Mg·ha−1 and 14.85 Mg·ha−1) > RL (153.93 Mg·ha
Knowledge of how competition and facilitation affect photosynthetic traits and nitrogen metabolism contributes to understanding of plant-plant interaction mechanisms. We transplanted two larch species, Larix kaempferi and L. olgensis, to establish intra- and interspecific interaction experiments under different types of soil. Experiment 1: Two different soil types were selected, one from a c. twenty years old L. kaempferi plantation (named larch soil) and another from a secondary natural forest (named mixed forest soil). The experiment included three types of plant interactions (L kaempferi + L. kaempferi, L. olgensis + L. olgensis, and L. kaempferi + L. olgensis) and two soil types. Experiment 2: N fertilization was applied to larch soil. The experiment included the same three types of plant interactions as in Experiment 1 and two N treatments. The growth of L kaempferi was negatively affected by larch soil and accelerated by N fertilization, particularly under interspecific interaction. The ...
Although compacted soil can be recovered through root development of planted seedlings, the relationship between root morphologies and soil physical properties remain unclear. We investigated the impacts of soil compaction on planted hybrid larch F1 (Larix gmelinii var. japonica×L. kaempferi, hereafter F1) seedlings with/without N loading. We assumed that N loading might increase the fine root proportion of F1 seedlings under soil compaction, resulting in less effects of root development on soil recovery. We established experimental site with different levels of soil compaction and N loading, where two-year-old F1 seedlings were planted. We used a hardness change index (HCI) to quantify a degree of soil hardness change at each depth. We evaluated root morphological responses to soil compaction and N loading, focusing on ectomycorrhizal symbiosis. High soil hardness reduced the total dry mass of F1 seedlings by more than 30%. Significant positive correlations were found between HCI and root
TY - JOUR. T1 - Dynamics of discrete-time larch budmoth population models. AU - Jang, Sophia R.J.. AU - Johnson, Derek M.. N1 - Copyright: Copyright 2017 Elsevier B.V., All rights reserved.. PY - 2009. Y1 - 2009. N2 - The larch budmoth (LBM) population in the Swiss Alps is well known for its periodic outbreaks and regular oscillations over several centuries. The ecological mechanisms that drive these oscillations, however, have not been unambiguously identified, although a number of hypotheses have been proposed. In this article, we investigate several LBM resulting from these different ecological hypotheses. We first study a leaf quality-moth population model and then two moth-parasitoid models. Existence and stability of equilibria are investigated and sufficient conditions for which populations can persist are derived. We then provide conclusions based on our analysis.. AB - The larch budmoth (LBM) population in the Swiss Alps is well known for its periodic outbreaks and regular oscillations ...
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As usual, we are not necessarily sure of some of these (well, clueless in some cases). Here are our best guesses so far:. A) Black Spruce Picea mariana, or some other kind of spruce. It is not a pine or a tamarack. B) No clue. Amanda has some guesses. These are large leaves, by the way, a few inches wide. It is definitely not a Jack-in-the-pulpit. That thing sticking out the top is just another leaf unfolding. C) Tamarack Larix laricina. D) Im pretty sure this is a bluegill Lepomis macrochirus, and not some sort of hybrid. But Im open to suggestion. The last fish I pulled out of this spot was hard to classify, so I had the camera ready this time. This is the organism that was not at Itasca. E) I like the suggestion of joe-pye weed. F) This is a red squirrel, Tamiasciurus hudsonicus. It is interesting that so many people said gray squirrel. I suppose its the angle and lack of scale. For gray squirrels in your yard, click here. G) This is the immature Wood Duck. ...
Abstract: tly sedge meadow zones and interspersed small marl zones. Several manmade channels and small creeks run through it. Prevelant vegetation includes Carex sterilis, Dasiphora fruticosa, Larix laricina, Pycnanthemum virginianum, Doellingeria umbellata, Eutrochium maculatum, Scheonoplectus tabernaimontanii, Rhamnus alnifolia, and Cornus. Heavy invasion of Frangula alnus. Some Toxicodendron vernix but is not dense in most areas. Evidence of recent burn with burnt logs, snags, small brush, and little dead ground vegetation in some areas. Also evidence of humans and possible ATV traffic.. For more information about the Prairie Fen Research Collaborative, visit https://www.researchgate.net/project/Prairie-Fen-Research-Collaborative ...
Giacomo doesnt say, but this gloriously aged, powerful little tree looks suspiciously like a larch. What other conifer has fall color (yellow no less)? And larch bark? I wonder which larch it is? European (Larix decidua)? Giacomo lives in Spain. Or maybe Japanese (L. kaempferi)? I imagine some Japanese larch have found their way to Europe, though this one definitely looks like a yamadori (collected in nature), so its more likely local. Anyone out there know more about this tree? Anyone care ...
This list of large scale temperature reconstructions of the last 2,000 years includes climate reconstructions which have contributed significantly to the modern consensus on the temperature record of the past 2000 years. The instrumental temperature record only covers the last 150 years at a hemispheric or global scale, and reconstructions of earlier periods are based on climate proxies. In an early attempt to show that climate had changed, Hubert Lambs 1965 paper generalised from temperature records of central England together with historical, botanical and archeological evidence to produce a qualitative estimate of temperatures in the north Atlantic region. Subsequent quantitative reconstructions used statistical techniques with various climate proxies to produce larger scale reconstructions. Tree ring proxies can give an annual resolution of extratropical regions of the northern hemisphere, and can be statistically combined with other sparser proxies to produce multiproxy hemispherical or ...
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The modulus of elasticity (MOE) and modulus of rupture (MOR) were evaluated for 190 pieces of dimension lumber (2 by 4 lumber, 38 by 89 mm in cross-section) produced from Larix sibirica trees grown in Mongolia. The 5% tolerance limits of the MOE and MOR were 5.70 GPa and 15.1 MPa, respectively. The value of the 5% tolerance limit of the MOR exceeded the characteristic value of 2 by 4 lumber in vis ...
Arabinogalactan is natural polysaccharide which contains galactose and arabinose sugars and belongs to a member of carbohydrates family. It is extracted from larch trees which are abundantly grown in North America, species of larix plants. Arabinogalactan is primarily used as dietary fiber and widely used in form of supplements. In the global market the demand for arabinogalactan is increasing due to its wide application in food and beverages, animal feed, pharmaceuticals, cosmetic, and also have some application for industrial purpose. They are available in form of capsules and powder. Consumption of arabinogalactan and considered as a safe and effective supplement to boost immunity. The majority of its demand from supplement manufacturers, as arabinogalactan helps in promotion growth of bacteria such as Lactobacilli and Bifidobacteria in the intestine which supports in maintaining digestive health and immune system. Currently in the global market, North America, and Western Europe accounts for ...
This research set on a former reclaimed opencast coal spoil in Varteg Hills, South Wales, UK explores the phytoremediation potential of Alnus glutinosa (Alder), Betula pendula (Roth) (Birch) and Larix decidua (Larch), which are commonly used in UK land reclamation, to sequester metals: Zn, Cd, Mn, Pb and Cu, from mine spoils. This study also compares the abilities of newly planted trees to sequester metals-on a new experimental site, within the landscape and compares these with those from older plantations on adjoining land. This chronosequence is used to evaluate the overall impact of forestation on metals levels in soils over two decades. Metal concentrations in soil were measured over three years and those in tree leaves were measured over two years. The majority of the samples examined lie between the UK defined thresholds for contamination but below levels that trigger immediate action and treatment. Samples within this range are placed within a new critical soil category. Mapping the ...
Foodplant: Polyphage. Especially Rubus, Betula and Quercus, and many other trees, shrubs, herbs and grasses, including Picea, Larix, Salix, Succisa, Calystegia, Poterium and Senecio. Feeds from a leaf spinning or folded leaf, from July to September, overwintering as a full-grown larva to pupate in April - May ...
tree near the Remy Martin distillery in France.. Baudoinia is one of several genera representing black, slow growing, so-called meristematic fungi that form sooty black deposits on rocks, archeological monuments, trees and other surfaces. Several of these genera are well represented in UAMH. Two recently described fungi are Hispidoconidioma alpina and Atramixtra arboricola (Tsuneda et al 2010, 2011) isolated from black growth on twigs of Larix lyallii, and declining Picea glauca respectively. Specimens were collected in Larch Valley, Banff National Park, AB. Rarely, these fungi occur indoors. UAMH 11589 is another slow growing black meristematic fungus isolated from carpus dust in Nevada. We identified it as as Pseudotaeniolina globosa by sequencing of the ITS region. This rare species, originally described from rock surfaces, is represented by only three other isolates worldwide.. ...
Pastur Guillermo Martinez , Peri Pablo Luis , Fernandez Maria Cecilia , Staffieri Gabriela , Lencinas Maria Vanessa Journal of forest research 7(3), 165-174, 2002 CiNii 外部リンク 機関リポジトリ 参考文献56件 被引用文献3件 ...
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The claims of McIntyre and McKitrick regarding the Mann et al (1998) temperature reconstruction have recently been discredited by the following peer-reviewed article to appear in the American Meteorological Society journal, Journal of Climate:. Rutherford, S., Mann, M.E., Osborn, T.J., Bradley, R.S., Briffa, K.R., Hughes, M.K., Jones, P.D., Proxy-based Northern Hemisphere Surface Temperature Reconstructions: Sensitivity to Methodology, Predictor Network, Target Season and Target Domain, Journal of Climate, in press (2005).. Key excerpts from the article are provided below: 1. page 13, 2nd paragraph (through top of page 14). It should be noted that some falsely reported putative errors in the Mann et al.(1998) proxy data claimed by McIntyre and McKitrick (2003) are an artifact of (a) the use by these latter authors of an incorrect version of the Mann et al. (1998) proxy indicator dataset, and (b) their misunderstanding of the methodology used by Mann et al. (1998) to calculate PC series of ...
Lonnie Thompsons work is prominently cited by Al Gore, was cited by the NAS panel of Surface Temperature Reconstructions and is used both in temperature reconstructions and in articles arguing that there was no MWP. One of the remarkable aspects of Thomspons corpus is both that the original sample data is unarchived - even for…
The naivety of this is astonishing. Raw, empirical data is not commonly used in most sciences. There good reasons for it, but the adjustment process complicates any analysis. Surveying parties for example may employ an aneroid barometer to estimate altitudes, but these observations are commonly adjusted to estimate true altitude based on the behaviour of nearby barometers at fixed locations with known elevation(s). If there are multiple visible targets from a point being mapped that can be shot using a transit (dating myself) and which have known physical separations, elevation estimates can be cross checked using a completely different method of estimation. Measurements are not pure and are inherently subject to specific types of uncertainties that can be partially corrected. A measurement done with ruler has an accuracy is linked to thermal expansion properties of the ruler material, and the material being measured. A chained survey distance is subject to the skill of the surveyor at ...
CTR (Coronal Temperature Reconstruction) reconstructs differential emission measures (DEMs) in the solar corona. Written in IDL, the code guarantees positivity of the recovered DEM, enforces an explicit smoothness constraint, returns a featureless (flat) solution in the absence of information, and converges quickly. The algorithm is robust and can be extended to other wavelengths where the DEM treatment is valid. ...
Stockholm, July 14 (IANS) The feared taiga tick, a parasite that can carry a dangerous form of tick-borne encephalitis (TBE), has spread to Sweden, local media reported on Wednesday. According to Swedish Television, the range of taiga ticks, also known as Ixodes persulcatus, has recently increased in Russia and Finland. During a study, the tick was also detected in nine out of 36 field localities in the Bothnian Bay area in Sweden, Xinhua reported.. The taiga tick has never before been recorded that far north and dog owners in the region said their dogs became tick-infested for the first time seven to eight years ago. Moose, hares, domestic dogs and ground-feeding birds are the most likely carriers of taiga ticks in northern Sweden, the report said.. The taiga tick is closely related to the most common tick species in Sweden, the Ixodes ricinus. To a layman they look identical, Thomas Jaenson, a professor in medical entomology at the Uppsala University, told Swedish Television.. Its hard to ...
A taiga biomes natural resources include shields, gas and oil deposits and metallic minerals. The Canadian Taiga Shield, one of the largest taiga biomes or boreal forest, is rich in mineral...
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I have been quilting for over 20 years and have turned my passion for quilting into a home business. Tamarack Shack Longarm Quilting opened its doors January 2009 on the shores of Schist Lake in Northern Manitoba. I have recently moved to Emo, ON and looking forward to discovering all the beauty of the area and meeting new quilters. This blog is where I share photos of my quilts as well as my clients quilts. I also enjoy dyeing fabric especially snow dyeing as we have snow 6 months of the year. I have thrown in few personal stories about living on the shores of Schist Lake and now Im ready to explore and share photos of the area around Emo, Ontario as life isnt all about quilting. Please feel free to contact me at [email protected] ...
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Although reduced-impact logging (RIL) techniques are well known and generally endorsed by tropical foresters, rates of adoption of RIL by loggers have been less than encouraging. The principal impediment to proper planning of logging operations, training and supervision of forest workers, and the ot
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Mortality from Armillaria root rot is a major concern of forest management. Field experiments were conducted in Minnesota to evaluate interspecific differential susceptibility and to assess whether density or species composition, specifically the proportion of conifers in a plot, influences seedling mortality from Armillaria spp. Seedlings of 10 tree species (six conifers and four hardwoods) were planted at four densities in several species mixtures on recently logged sites. Species differed significantly in susceptibility (p , 0.0001); balsam fir (Abies balsamea (L.) Mill.), tamarack (Larix laricina (Du Roi) K. Koch), and black spruce (Picea mariana (Mill.) BSP) showed the greatest infection and mortality. Hardwood species and eastern white pine (Pinus strobus L.) showed negligible mortality. There was a trend (p = 0.1) toward increased root infection with increasing density of the three species that showed significant mortality. Their mortality rates were 5.6, 8.7, 10.2, and 10.8% in plots ...
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This species is considered the most serious scolytid pest of pines in Europe. It attacks both the trunks and growing shoots of pines, especially Scotch pine, Pinus sylvestris L. In Europe, it occasionally attacks spruce (Abies sp.) and larch (Larix sp.). It especially attacks weakened, stressed, or dying trees, but will also attack and kill apparently healthy trees. In the United States, it has been found most commonly in Pinus sylvestris, but also in Austrian pine, Pinus nigra, and eastern white pine, Pinus strobus.. According to Hanson (1940), the worst damage caused by the beetle is the tip feeding: This destruction of the growing points causes various forms of malformation ... and results in great reduction of the value of the crop. Trees may be destroyed by the tip feeding, or by the feeding in the trunk, or by attack of other insects caused by the stress. This kind of damage would be especially severe in Christmas tree plantations, where tree form is the primary consideration, as ...the ...
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Paleotemperature reconstructions are essential for distinguishing anthropogenic climate change from natural variability. An emerging method in paleolimnology is the use of branched glycerol dialkyl glycerol tetraethers (brGDGTs) in sediments to reconstruct temperature, but their application is hindered by a limited understanding of their sources, seasonal production, and transport. Here, we report seasonally resolved measurements of brGDGT production in the water column, in catchment soils, and in a sediment core from Basin Pond, a small, deep inland lake in Maine, USA. We find similar brGDGT distributions in both water column and lake sediment samples but the catchment soils have distinct brGDGT distributions suggesting that (1) brGDGTs are produced within the lake and (2) this in situ production dominates the down-core sedimentary signal. Seasonally, depth-resolved measurements indicate that most brGDGT production occurs in late fall, and at intermediate depths (18-30m) in the water column. We ...
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(Fomitopsis: To heat or cherish fovere •Ξ• poultice fomentum Rhodo: Rose-colored) The Rosy Polypore Some mushrooms are seen, and it is decided that there is something exclusively unique about them based on their beauty. The striking qualities of the Red Reishi with its varnished surface, and the Turkey Tail with its adornment of various alternating…
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During the early to mid-1980s Bari devoted her time to Pledge of Resistance, a group that opposed US policies in Central America.[1] She was a self-proclaimed virtuoso on the bullhorn. She edited, wrote and drew cartoons for political leaflets and publications. Around 1985, Bari moved north with her husband and two children to the vicinity of Redwood Valley in Mendocino County, California. In 1986, Houston millionaire Charles Hurwitz had acquired Pacific Lumber Company and doubled its rate of timber harvesting as a means of paying off the acquisition cost. This enraged environmentalists and drew attention from government agencies because of the use of junk bonds.[4] Protests against old-growth timber harvesting by Pacific Lumber would become the focus of Earth First! protests in the following years. On May 8, 1987, a sawmill accident occurred at the Louisiana Pacific mill in Cloverdale, California. Mill worker George Alexander[5] nearly died of injuries suffered when a saw blade struck a spike ...
Possible changes in Atlantic meridional overturning circulation (AMOC) provide a key source of uncertainty regarding future climate change. Maps of temperature trends over the twentieth century show a conspicuous region of cooling in the northern Atlantic. Here we present multiple lines of evidence suggesting that this cooling may be due to a reduction in the AMOC over the twentieth century and particularly after 1970. Since 1990 the AMOC seems to have partly recovered. This time evolution is consistently suggested by an AMOC index based on sea surface temperatures, by the hemispheric temperature difference, by coral-based proxies and by oceanic measurements. We discuss a possible contribution of the melting of the Greenland Ice Sheet to the slowdown. Using a multi-proxy temperature reconstruction for the AMOC index suggests that the AMOC weakness after 1975 is an unprecedented event in the past millennium (p , 0.99). Further melting of Greenland in the coming decades could contribute to further ...
The climate-population relationship has long been conceived. Although the topic has been repeatedly investigated, most of the related works are Eurocentric or qualitative. Consequently, the relationship between climate and population remains ambiguous. In this study, fine-grained temperature reconstructions and historical population data sets have been employed to statistically test a hypothesized relationship between temperature change and population growth (i.e., cooling associated with below average population growth) in China over the past millennium. The important results were: (1) Long-term temperature change significantly determined the population growth dynamics of China. However, spatial variation existed, whilst population growth in Central China was shown to be responsive to both long- and short-term temperature changes; in marginal areas, population growth was only sensitive to short-term temperature fluctuations. (2) Temporally, the temperature-population relationship was obscured ...
We thus find that there is no significant correlation of the CRF curve from Shavivs model and the temperature curve of Veizer, even after one of the four CRF peaks was arbitrarily shifted by 40 m.y. to improve the fit to the temperature curve. There also is no significant correlation between the original meteorite data and the temperature reconstruction. The explained variance claimed by [Shaviv and Veizer, 2003] is the maximum achievable by optimal smoothing of the temperature data and by making several arbitrary adjustments to the cosmic ray data (within their large uncertainty) to line up their peaks with the temperature curve. Regression of CO2 and temperature. The final argument of [Shaviv and Veizer, 2003] - that CO2 has a smaller effect on climate than previously thought - is based on a simple regression analysis of smoothed temperature and CO2 reconstructions. [Shaviv and Veizer, 2003] conclude that the effect of a doubling of atmospheric CO2 concentration on tropical sea surface ...
Brussels, 23 Jun 2006 According to a new report from the US National Research Council, scientists are now able to say with a high level of confidence that the last few decades of the 20th century were warmer than any other period in the last 400 years. The report, Surface Temperature Reconstructions for the last 2,000 Years, was requested by the US Congress following controversy over an earlier piece of research by climatologist Michael Mann. Mr Mann and his colleagues concluded that the high temperatures recorded in the late 20th century were unprecedented in the last thousand years. Their graph showing a sharp rise in temperatures after a long period of relative stability became known as the hockey stick. Records of temperatures based on measurements by instruments only go back around 150 years, meaning climatologists have to use proxies to estimate temperatures from before this time. Proxies used include evidence from tree rings, retreating glaciers, corals, ocean and lake sediments, ice ...
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A general account of the findings of a joint USDA Forest Service/University of Alaska research project studying taiga ecosystems, especially the black spruce type [see FA 42, 5305; 43, 3427]. Black spruce forests are the most nutrient poor and least productive forest type, with stands of 120-150 yr old having a m.a.i. of approx. 110 g/m2 compared with an av. 460 g/m2 for white
This huge ecosystems name taiga comes from the Russian word for forest. Learn all about the taiga with this fun worksheet!
Satellite imagery posted on July 22 by Colorado State Universitys Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere shows smoke billowing from large wildfires in California. The footage, which was recorded on July 21, captures plumes of smoke rising from both the Dixie Fire and Tamarack Fire. Officials on July 22 said the Dixie Fire had spread to over 91,000 acres, with the nearby Tamarack Fire covering just under 44,000 acres of ground. Credit: CIRA/CSU and NOAA/NESDIS via Storyful
It feels like we have a small part of the acres planted, but when I look at that list I feel pretty satisfied that we have been working forward in our 15 months living here. One thing we are working towards is creating a botanical sanctuary space where we can give plant walks and where we work to preserve wild plants from our region and county. We are lucky to be very near a large state wildlife area that is several thousand acres with no trails, no parking (other than a few gravel spots on the highway). In studying some of the rare Wisconsin plants found in that area, I am able to focus also look to grow some of these endangered plants that are found within a mile of our land. Our area is a part of the wetland drumlin complex left when the Wisconsin glacier receded, and we have tamarack and mixed deciduous forest, drumlins (our house is along the edge of a drumlin), and the wildlife area even has a tamarack bog. Yes, I am a botany geek. It has so many unique grasses, sedge, and plants such as ...
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The Summerstone Estate is situated within 1,400 acres of the stunning Nidderdale Valley in the Yorkshire Dales, North Yorkshire; one of 46 AONBs in the UK. Between them they cover 18% of the UKs finest countryside considered special places, worthy of protection. As well as being recognised for its beautiful location, the Summerstone Estate is ideally situated for the sporting enthusiast with the surrounding countryside being renowned for the quality of its grouse and pheasant shooting. The estates owners are advocates of sustainable land management and had a desire to create a green framework to enhance their local landscape, biodiversity and sporting interest. Significant inward investment to the local rural economy has made this is a possibility. They approached Tilhill Forestry, the UKs leading forestry management and timber harvesting company to plant in excess of 65,000 trees and shrubs on the estate. Tilhill Forestry have a long-standing relationship with leading landscape supplier ...
Who are the Republicans likely to lead the country through the end of the 20th century? Some you know (Dole and Gingrich); some you will hear more about (Archer and Dick Armey). But many of the Republicans who will make the most difference in your life are completely out of the limelight. Meet Rep. Don Young and Sen. Frank Murkowski. They will chair the authorizing committees in charge of much of Americas environmental policy. Both are from Alaska. Both are friends of developers. Big friends. Both have pushed for oil exploration in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and have called for wider timber harvesting in the Tongass National Forest. Both have also defended the 1872 mining law that Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt and many environmentalists want to see rewritten. According to a senior House Republican aide, Gingrich intends to let Young act like a son of a bitch for two years and do whatever he wants. Then, presumably, Young will calm down. In the meantime, one can only wonder how far ...
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Xylem Is One Of The Two Types Of Transport Tissue In Vascular Plants, Phloem Being The Other. The Word Xylem Is Derived From The Greek Word Ξύλον Xylon. ...
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When I reanalyzed the data using the same approach the AP did - except I didnt ignore the statistical significance of the results, or lack thereof - I found that the AP should have reported that only 18 of the lower 48 states have statistically significant warming trends since 1984, and that only 31 percent of the cities and smaller regions within states have significant warming trends over this period, not the absurdly high 92 percent that the AP claimed.. It has also been noted by other critics that the AP should not necessarily have used parametric linear regression when analyzing the U.S. temperature trend data, because this type of statistical analysis makes a number of assumptions that the climate data may not meet. This is a valid point, although the use of parametric linear regression to analyze for climate trends - as the AP employed - is common in the scientific literature.. It can be best to employ both parametric and non-parametric methods to analyze many types of climate data, and ...
Weather and climate is determined by the interaction between two thin layers which cover the planet: The oceans and the atmosphere. Understanding how these two fluids act and interact allow humans to describe historical climate trends, forecast near future weather with incredible accuracy, and hopefully describe long term climate change which will affect the future of human society. A student interested in atmospheric and oceanic studies who has a strong mathematics background can find a career working in local, national, and international meteorological laboratories. These include private scientific consulting businesses as well as public enterprises. Students interested in graduate study could find their future studies supported by the National Science Foundation, the Department of Energy, NASA, or others [6]. There is a large amount of funding available in the area due to the relevance research findings have on energy and economic policy. Mathematicians who work in Atmospheric and oceanic ...
Weather and climate is determined by the interaction between two thin layers which cover the planet: The oceans and the atmosphere. Understanding how these two fluids act and interact allow humans to describe historical climate trends, forecast near future weather with incredible accuracy, and hopefully describe long term climate change which will affect the future of human society. A student interested in atmospheric and oceanic studies who has a strong mathematics background can find a career working in local, national, and international meteorological laboratories. These include private scientific consulting businesses as well as public enterprises. Students interested in graduate study could find their future studies supported by the National Science Foundation, the Department of Energy, NASA, or others [6]. There is a large amount of funding available in the area due to the relevance research findings have on energy and economic policy. Mathematicians who work in Atmospheric and oceanic ...
A large pattern change is expected to bring several opportunities for frost and freezing temperatures to the state this weekend and next week. So far this fall, temperatures have been above average at all official climate sites across the state. A large ridge of high pressure over the western Atlantic Ocean this fall, combined with longer-term climate trends, have been primarily responsible for the very warm October. Nearly all of the most reliable computer models are forecasting this ridge to break down and be replaced by a trough over the eastern United States in the coming week. ...
There may be a link between weather and the risk of suffering a stroke, say researchers who analyzed climate trends and hospital records on millions of Americans.
German researchers have constructed a massive tower deep in the Siberian wilderness where, under the watchful eyes of the Russian intelligence service, the scientists are measuring levels of environmental toxins and greenhouse gases. Their goal is to determine if the forests are helping to slow global warming or if they are heating up the planet even further.
summary: He watched her pull her socks up to her knees with a burning in his throat. - Ryuji/Taiga.. -. .. .. .. .. .. The first time Ryuji woke to cold feet against his back in the middle of the night, he nearly had a heart attack. There was just something inherently frightening in it-when hed gone to bed in the first place, it had been alone and shivering after saying goodnight to a tiny girl with a penchant for violence. As it was, he thought he was having a nightmare, and he sat up breathing hard.. What-Taiga?!. She shivered and made a tiny sound at the back of her throat. Mmnhnng, go away…. Ryuji was pretty sure that this had not been part of the game plan.. What-are you-doing? he snarled through his teeth, trying to keep the volume down. There was no telling when Yasuko would be back-and if she somehow got wind of the fact that Taiga was in the house, there would be no placating her until shed smothered the girl to death with love.. What does it look like? Im trying to ...
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With the Tamarack Ottawa Race Weekend just around the bend, runners and non-runners alike were reminded Tuesday night of what theyre capable of achieving, whether its pushing ones body to the ...
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Larix spec., Picea sp.). It is present all over Europe, in most northern countries in the east Palearctic realm, and in the ...
... in autumn Leaves and mature cones Larix occidentalis Young cones Media related to Larix ... The western larch (Larix occidentalis) is a species of larch native to the mountains of western North America (Pacific ... Larix occidentalis images at the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University Plant Image Database Catalog of Life - Conifer Database ... "Larix occidentalis". Gymnosperm Database. February 26, 2004. Archived from the original on March 14, 2006. Lowery, David P. ( ...
"Content creator". Larix Studio. 7 November 2016. Archived from the original on 18 October 2017. Sverdlov, Gina (January 2012 ...
Larix Fraseri. Laurus Caroliniensis - Catesbaei. - Diospyros, Bot. Mag. t. 1470. - melissaefolia, Bot. Mag. t. 1470. Liatris ...
Broad beans (Amharic: baqella) are one of the most popular legumes in Ethiopia. They are tightly coupled with every aspect of Ethiopian life. They are mainly used as an alternative to peas to prepare a flour called shiro, which is used to make shiro wot (a stew almost ubiquitous in Ethiopian dishes). During the fasting period in the Ethiopian Orthodox Church tradition called Tsome Filliseta, Tsome arbeå, Tsome Tahsas, and Tsome Hawaria (which are in August, end of February-April, mid-November-beginning of January and June-July), two uncooked spicy vegetable dishes are made using broad beans. The first is Hilibet, a thin, white paste of broad bean flour mixed with pieces of onion, green pepper, garlic, and other spices based on personal taste. The second is siljo, a fermented, sour, spicy thin yellow paste of broad bean flour. Both are served with other stews and injera (a pancake-like bread) during lunch and dinner. Baqella nifro (boiled broad beans) are eaten as a snack during some holidays ...
Determining that a tree is a spruce is not difficult; evergreen needles that are more or less quadrangled, and especially the pulvinus, give it away. Beyond that, determination can become more difficult. Intensive sampling in the Smithers/Hazelton/Houston area of British Columbia showed Douglas (1975),[10] according to Coates et al. (1994),[11] that cone scale morphology was the feature most useful in differentiating species of spruce; the length, width, length: width ratio, the length of free scale (the distance from the imprint of the seed wing to the tip of the scale), and the percentage free scale (length of free scale as a percentage of the total length of the scale) were most useful in this regard. Daubenmire (1974),[12] after range-wide sampling, had already recognized the importance of the 2 latter characters. Taylor (1959)[13] had noted that the most obvious morphological difference between typical Picea glauca and typical P. engelmannii was the cone scale, and Horton ...
Larix lyallii. Kananaskis, Alberta. Canada. [8][14] CRE 175. 1,889. Rocky Mountain Juniper. Juniperus scopulorum. northern New ...
... es have spiritual importance in several religions, both modern and historical. In Celtic cultures, the birch symbolises growth, renewal, stability, initiation, and adaptability because it is highly adaptive and able to sustain harsh conditions with casual indifference. Proof of this adaptability is seen in its easy and eager ability to repopulate areas damaged by forest fires or clearings. Birches are also associated with the Tír na nÓg, the land of the dead and the Sidhe, in Gaelic folklore, and as such frequently appear in Scottish, Irish, and English folksongs and ballads in association with death, or fairies, or returning from the grave. The leaves of the silver birch tree are used in the festival of St George, held in Novosej and other villages in Albania.[18] The birch is New Hampshire's state tree and the national tree of Finland and Russia. The birch is a very important element in Russian culture and represents the grace, strength, tenderness and natural beauty of Russian women as ...
Christians have traditionally used wine during worship services as a means of remembering the blood of Jesus Christ which was shed for the remission of sins. Christians who oppose the partaking of alcoholic beverages sometimes use grape juice or water as the "cup" or "wine" in the Lord's Supper.[39] The Catholic Church continues to use wine in the celebration of the Eucharist because it is part of the tradition passed down through the ages starting with Jesus Christ at the Last Supper, where Catholics believe the consecrated bread and wine literally become the body and blood of Jesus Christ, a dogma known as transubstantiation.[40] Wine is used (not grape juice) both due to its strong Scriptural roots, and also to follow the tradition set by the early Christian Church.[41] The Code of Canon Law of the Catholic Church (1983), Canon 924 says that the wine used must be natural, made from grapes of the vine, and not corrupt.[42] In some circumstances, a priest may obtain special permission to use ...
Quebracho produces tannins that can be extracted in quebracho sawmills from the heartwood of both red (Schinopsis lorentzii)[3] and white quebracho (Aspidosperma quebracho-blanco). Logs are inserted into planers to produce chips that are used to produce the quebracho extract by boiling them in vats.[4] It is used for fine leather tanning and imparts a red-brown color. Ordinary or warm soluble quebracho (also known as insoluble Quebracho) is the natural extract obtained directly from the quebracho wood. This type of extract is rich in condensed tannins of natural high molecular weight (phlobaphenes), which are not easily soluble. Its use is therefore limited to addition of small amounts during the process of tanning leather intended for shoe soles in hot liquids (temperature above 35 °C) to improve the yield and the water-proofness of the leather. The cold soluble extracts are obtained by subjecting the ordinary extract to a sulphiting process which transforms the phlobaphenes into completely ...
Larix sp.), lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta), limber pine (Pinus flexilis), mountain hemlock (Tsuga mertensiana), ponderosa pine ...
Larches (Larix species) are used as food plants by the caterpillars of a number of Lepidoptera species, including: Species ... Larix". HOSTS - A Database of the World's Lepidopteran Hostplants. Natural History Museum, London.. ... Gelechiidae Chionodes tragicella Species which feed on Larix and other plants Geometridae Bupalus piniaria (bordered white) ... which feed exclusively on Larix Coleophoridae Several Coleophora case-bearer species: C. laricella (larch casebearer) - only on ...
Lantana) Larix spp. (larch) Liquidambar styraciflua (Sweet gum) Lunaria annua (Honesty) (+) Malus spp. (Apple) (+) Medicago ...
October 30, 2010). "Larix gmelinii (Rupr.) Rupr. - Лиственница Гмелина". Флора Таймыра (Информационно-справочная система). ...
Habitat: Larix, Pinus forests. Arboreal, but descends to visit flowers of white Umbelliferae, Galium, Sorbus aucuparia. The ...
The larvae feed on Larix leptolepis, Larix dahurica var. japonica, Larix dahurica var. olgensis and Larix decidua. It is ...
Currently-accepted hybrids are: Larix × lubarskii Sukaczev Larix × maritima Sukaczev Larix × polonica Racib. A well-known ... Larix lyallii Parl. - Subalpine larch. Mountains of northwest United States and southwest Canada, at very high altitude. Larix ... Larix laricina in autumn (Vermont) Larix occidentalis (Navaho Ridge) Male (above) and female (below right) cones of Japanese ... Macmillan ISBN 0-333-49493-8. Media related to Larix at Wikimedia Commons Larix images at the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard ...
coxii, Coffin juniper Larix gmelinii var. olgensis, Olga Bay larch Larix griffithii var. speciosa Larix potaninii var. ...
formosana Larix decidua var. polonica Picea alcoquiana var. acicularis Picea alcoquiana var. reflexa Picea asperata var. ... Juniperus comitana Juniperus gamboana Juniperus gracilior Juniperus jaliscana Juniperus saltillensis Juniperus standleyi Larix ...
On Larix, Pinus, Picea. Viscum album subsp. meridianum (Danser) D.G.Long. Southeast Asia. Fruit yellow; leaves 3-5 centimetres ...
Host: Larix Lophodermium macci. Host: Pinus subgenus Strobus Lophodermium maculare. Hosts: Arctostaphylos, Vaccinium ... Host: Abies (L. abietis often considered synonymous) Lophodermium pinastri Hosts: Larix, Pinus Lophodermium pini-excelsae Host ...
Larix potaninii in autumn colour. Garzê Prefecture Zitong County Linpan in Chengdu Plain is a well-known landmark in Chengdu ...
They feed on Larix species. Pupa dark brown. S. ain is a Eurasiatic species, found locally in subalpine and alpine larch ...
The larvae feed on Larix occidentalis. They bore into the terminal twigs of their host plant. mothphotographersgroup "Species ...
Larix decidua). ^ The flight season refers to Belgium and The Netherlands. This may vary in other parts of the range. Seitz, A ...
The larvae feed on Larix species. The larvae tunnel under the bark of their host plant. Eurasian Tortricidae v t e. ...
Larix laricina (tamarack, eastern larch; native) Morus rubra (red mulberry; native) Ostrya virginiana (ironwood, hophornbeam) ...
The larvae feed on Larix decidua. Larvae can be found from August to May of the following year. Fauna Europaea Junnilainen, J. ...
The larvae feed on Larix decidua. Fauna Europaea Ukmoths lepiforum.de v t e. ...
The larvae feed on Larix species. They have a winter diapause. Fauna Europaea "The Casebearers of the Volga-Ural inter-river ...
2018). "Larix laricina". The Gymnosperm Database. Retrieved 2011-05-28.. *^ "Larix laricina". State-level distribution map from ... Larix laricina, commonly known as the tamarack,[3] hackmatack,[3] eastern larch,[3] black larch,[3] red larch,[3] or American ... "Larix Laricina: Cultivar List". Encyclopedia of Conifers. Royal Horticultural Society.. *^ Joyce, David (2006). The Art of ... "Larix laricina". World Checklist of Selected Plant Families (WCSP). Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew - via The Plant List.. ...
Domain: Eukaryota • Regnum: Plantae • Phylum: Pinophyta • Ordo: Pinales • Familia: Pinaceae • Genus: Larix • Species: Larix ... Larix decidua. (as syn.. Larix europaea). plate 155 in:. Wayside and woodland blossoms,. 1895,. page 317. alternative. ... Larix decidua. (as syn.. Larix europaea). plate 155 in:. Wayside and woodland blossoms,. 1895,. page 317. ... Retrieved from "https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Larix_decidua&oldid=279489837" ...
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"Larix kaempferi". Royal Horticultural Society. Retrieved 23 July 2013. DCruz, Mark. "Ma-Ke Bonsai Care Guide for Larix ... Larix kaempferi images at the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University Plant Image Database Gymnosperm Database: Larix kaempferi ... "RHS Plantfinder - Larix kaempferi Blue Dwarf". Retrieved 19 March 2018. "RHS Plantfinder - Larix kaempferi Nana Neumann". ... Larix kaempferi, the Japanese larch or karamatsu (唐松) in Japanese, is a species of larch native to Japan, in the mountains of ...
Life » Cellular » Eukaryotes » Plants » Chloroplastida » Spermatophytes » Gymnosperms » Pinidae » Pinales » Pines » Larix «. ... Larix occidentalis is a species of tree in the family pines. It is a photoautotroph. ...
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USDA GRIN [Online Database]. Larix occidentalis. Vernacular names[edit]. Deutsch: Westamerikanische Lärche. English: Western ... Retrieved from "https://species.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Larix_occidentalis&oldid=3389804" ... Genus: Larix Species: Larix occidentalis Name[edit]. Larix occidentalis Nutt. References[edit]. *Nuttall, T. (1849). N. Amer. ...
The needles of Larix sibiricaLedb. have yielded two new flavonoid glycosides, for which the structures of 4′,5,5′,7- ... The needles ofLarix sibirica Ledb. have yielded two new flavonoid glycosides, for which the structures of 4′,5,5′,7- ...
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Information is given on the qualitative and quantitative changes in the essential oil from the woody verdure of the Siberian larch. It has been established that during the vegetation period not only...
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Larix laricina is a deciduous Tree growing to 18 m (59ft 1in) at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone (UK) 2 and is not frost ... Larix laricina is a deciduous Tree growing to 18 m (59ft 1in) at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone (UK) 2 and is not frost ...
Larix decidua is a deciduous Tree growing to 45 m (147ft) by 15 m (49ft) at a fast rate. It is hardy to zone (UK) 4 and is not ... Larix sibirica. Siberian Larch. Tree. 30.0. - LMH. SN. M. 0. 0. Larix x marschlinsii. Dunkeld Hybrid Larch. Tree. 50.0. 2-6 F. ... Larix decidua is a deciduous Tree growing to 45 m (147ft) by 15 m (49ft) at a fast rate.. It is hardy to zone (UK) 4 and is not ... Larix gmelinii. Dahurian Larch, Kurile larch. Tree. 30.0. 0-0 S. LM. N. M. 0. 0. ...
Larix decidua Mill.. Taxonomic Serial No.: 183410 (Download Help) Larix decidua TSN 183410 ...
Pendulous, deciduous conifer with scaly, gray bark. Usually has drooping branchlets and branches that are horizontal habit with age. Linear, soft, light
Larix lyallii Parl. kingdom Plantae - plants » divisio Pinophyta - conifers » class Pinopsida » order Pinales » family Pinaceae ... Text function: Subalpine Larch ([[t:125593;,em,Larix lyallii,/em,]]); [[t:125593;Subalpine Larch]]. Reference: Subalpine Larch ... IUCN Red List of Threatened Species [http://www.iucnredlist.org/] [as Larix lyallii Parl.]. Data retrieved on: 27 January 2014 ... a href="https://www.biolib.cz/en/taxon/id125593/",,em,Larix lyallii,/em,,/a,). ...
2. Larix occidentalis Nuttall, N. Amer. Sylv. 3: 143, plate 120. 1849. Western larch, mélèze occidental Trees to 50m; trunk to ...
Larix lyallii and L . occidentalis ( Larix sect. Multiseriales ) are similar morphologically and have similar geographic ranges ... 3. Larix lyallii Parlatore, Conif. Nov. 3. 1863. Subalpine larch, alpine larch, mélèze de Lyall Trees to 25m; trunk to 1.2m ...
A New Species of Larix (Pinaceae) from Southeast Tibet and Other Nomenclatural Notes on Chinese Larix. Robert R. Mill ... Larix kongboensis R. R. Mill, sp. nov. TYPE: China. Xizang: Tamnyen La, 29 18 N, 94 45 E, alt. 11,000 ft. [3353 m], 21 July ... 9176 Larix Potaninii var. australis. Three of the four cones measure 4.8--5.5 cm; the fourth is slightly incomplete. They are ... Larix Griffithii. Bot. Mag. 134: t. 8181.. Farjon, A. 1990. Pinaceae. Drawings and Descriptions of the Genera Abies, Cedrus, ...
Larix decidua, commonly called European or common larch, is a deciduous conifer although it looks like a needled evergreen in ...
Larch tree species (Larix Mill.) are both ecologically and commercially valuable in their native range and are the focus of ... It examines tolerance thresholds of western larch (Larix occidentalis Nutt.) with respect to moisture and temperature status in ... Container volume and growing density influence western larch (Larix occidentalis Nutt.) seedling development during nursery ... Container volume and growing density influence western larch (Larix occidentalis Nutt.) seedling development during nursery ...
Extracted from Waste Larix olgensis Roots, Attenuates CCl4-Induced Liver Fibrosis by Regulating the PI3K/AKT/mTOR and TGF-β1/ ... Larix olgensis resources in China are mainly distributed in the northeast. Larix olgensis trunk is used in industrial ... However, Larix olgensis roots are discarded as waste, which not only leads to a low utilization rate of resources, but also ... Taxifolin, Extracted from Waste Larix olgensis Roots, Attenuates CCl4-Induced Liver Fibrosis by Regulating the PI3K/AKT/mTOR ...
Shop for Eclectic Institute Larix Dietary Fiber Tablets at City Market. Find quality products to add to your Shopping List or ... Larix™ is the water soluble, long branched arabinogalactan (a type of polysaccharide) from the Western Larch Tree (Larix ... Western Larch ( Larix Occidentalis ) Arabinogalactan . Other Ingredients : Silicon Dioxide , Modified Cellulose and Magnesium ...
i,Larix laricina,/i, K. Koch is a medicinal plant belonging to traditional pharmacopoeia of the Cree of Eeyou Istchee (Eastern ... Larix laricina K. Koch is a medicinal plant belonging to traditional pharmacopoeia of the Cree of Eeyou Istchee (Eastern James ... Larix laricina, an Antidiabetic Alternative Treatment from the Cree of Northern Quebec Pharmacopoeia, Decreases Glycemia and ... Larix laricina K. Koch, belonging to the Pinaceae family, demonstrated antidiabetic potential by increasing glucose uptake and ...
... the morphological and physiological influence of exogenous H2 treatment during somatic embryogenesis was characterized in Larix ... Transcriptome Analysis of mRNA and miRNA in Somatic Embryos of Larix leptolepis Subjected to Hydrogen Treatment. Yali Liu 1. ... "Transcriptome Analysis of mRNA and miRNA in Somatic Embryos of Larix leptolepis Subjected to Hydrogen Treatment." Int. J. Mol. ... Transcriptome Analysis of mRNA and miRNA in Somatic Embryos of Larix leptolepis Subjected to Hydrogen Treatment. Int. J. Mol. ...
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Ledum palustre-Larix gmelinii forest (LL) and Sphagnum-Bryum-Ledum palustre-Larix gmelinii forest (SLL), to determine the ... which were the Rhododendron simsii-Larix gmelinii forest (RL), ... Larix gmelinii forest (RL), Ledum palustre-Larix gmelinii ... Carbon and Nitrogen Stocks in Three Types of Larix gmelinii Forests in Daxingan Mountains, Northeast China by Ruihan Xiao ... Xiao R, Man X, Duan B. Carbon and Nitrogen Stocks in Three Types of Larix gmelinii Forests in Daxingan Mountains, Northeast ...
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Larch (Larix occidentalis). Natural Anti-Metastatic and Immune Stimulant Larch is a deciduous conifer that contains an ... Mechanism of stimulation of human natural killer cytotoxicity by arabinogalactan from Larix occidentalis. Cancer Immunol ...
  • Larix kaempferi, the Japanese larch or karamatsu (唐松) in Japanese, is a species of larch native to Japan, in the mountains of Chūbu and Kantō regions in central Honshū. (wikipedia.org)
  • The nomenclature of the 'Sikkim Larch' is discussed, and it is concluded that Larix griffithii J. D. Hooker, not L. griffithiana Carrière, is the correct name for this species. (harvard.edu)
  • The three specimens cited and described as the new species Larix kongboensis were all originally named as L. mastersiana Rehder & Wilson, and one of them is also mentioned under that name in a quotation from Ludlow and Sherriff s journal (Fletcher, 1975: 88), where the trees concerned are described as 'a very fine larch. (harvard.edu)
  • Larix decidua , commonly called European or common larch, is a deciduous conifer although it looks like a needled evergreen in summer. (missouribotanicalgarden.org)
  • Container volume and growing density influence western larch (Larix occidentalis Nutt. (usda.gov)
  • Larch tree species (Larix Mill. (usda.gov)
  • It examines tolerance thresholds of western larch (Larix occidentalis Nutt. (usda.gov)
  • Larix™ is the water soluble, long branched arabinogalactan (a type of polysaccharide) from the Western Larch Tree (Larix occidentalis). (citymarket.com)
  • Larix Powder is made up of arabinogalactans derived from the Western Larch Tree and it has high molecular weight. (nutritionaltree.com)
  • Arabinogalactans are a class of long, densely branched high-molecular weight polysaccharides extracted for commercial uses from the bark of the Eastern and Western Larch trees, Larix larcinia and Larix occidentalis . (mannatechscience.org)
  • european larch (larix decidua), tree line at app 2350m, growing on the lateral morain of the glacier position of 1850. (superstock.com)
  • An improved method for somatic plantlet production in hybrid larch (Larix × leptoeuropaea). (deepdyve.com)
  • Somaclonal variation of haploid in vitro tissue culture obtained from Siberian larch (Larix sibirica Ledeb. (deepdyve.com)
  • Biology and population dynamics of the eastern larch beetle, Dendroctonus simplex LeConte, and its interactions with eastern larch (tamarack), Larix laricina. (umn.edu)
  • The range of the eastern larch beetle, Dendroctonus simplex LeConte (Coleoptera: Scolytinae), is concomitant with its primary host, eastern larch (tamarack), Larix laricina (Du Roi) K. Koch, throughout the North American boreal forest. (umn.edu)
  • In this study, bare-root Changbai larch ( Larix olgensis Henry) seedlings were applied with 100 or 200 kg nitrogen (N) ha -1 of inorganic fertilizer with or without chicken manure added at a rate of 10.000 kg ha -1 during nursery cultivation, obtaining four treatment combinations designated as F100+, F200+, F100-, and F200-, respectively. (sisef.it)
  • 3) How to prepare the soil to plant Hybrid Larch (Larix eurolepis)? (planfor.co.uk)
  • 4) How to plant the Hybrid Larch (Larix eurolepis)? (planfor.co.uk)
  • Siberian larch ( Larix sibirica Ledeb. (biomedcentral.com)
  • The main objectives of this study were sequencing, assembling, and annotation of chloroplast genome of one of the main Siberian boreal forest tree conifer species Siberian larch ( Larix sibirica Ledeb. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Length of the assembled chloroplast genome was 122,561 bp, which is similar to 122,474 bp in the closely related European larch ( Larix decidua Mill. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Eight-year tree growth of western larch ( Larix occidentalis ) and Douglas-fir ( Pseudotsuga menziesii ) was measured following prescribed underburning on burned and control plots in western Montana. (usda.gov)
  • Stratification requirements for germination of western larch ( Larix occidentalis Nutt. (usda.gov)
  • The European Larch (Larix decidua) is a quick growing tree, capable of reaching up to 40m. (treesbypost.co.uk)
  • Larix 1000 mg., 100 vegetarian tablets Each 1000 mg. tablet contains: Western Larch (Larix occidentalis) arabinogalactan. (cathydavey.co.uk)
  • Abstract New simple sequence repeat SSR markers were developed in the Japanese larch Larix kaempferi using unigene sequences for further genetic diversity studies and the genetic improvement of breeding programs. (duhnnae.com)
  • The genic-SSRs developed herein would be a valuable resource for genetic analysis of Larix kaempferi and related species, and also have the potential to facilitate the genetic improvement and breeding of larch. (duhnnae.com)
  • Germination Percentage and Germination Speed of European Larch (Larix decidua Mill. (ingentaconnect.com)
  • Hybrid larch (Larix x eurolepis Henry): a good candidate for cadmium phytoremediation? (archives-ouvertes.fr)
  • Thus, we investigated the ability of a hybrid larch (Larix x eurolepis) to accumulate cadmium (Cd). (archives-ouvertes.fr)
  • larch, any tree of the genus Larix, conifers of the family Pinaceae ( pine family), which are unusual in that they are not evergreen. (encyclopedia.com)
  • The exception is the genus Larix (larch) in the Pinaceae. (wikibooks.org)
  • exceptions include the larch (Larix). (encyclopedia.com)
  • Karyotype analysis of Siberian larch (Larix sibirica Ledb. (openlibrary.org)
  • Larch is the common name for any of the deciduous coniferous trees comprising the genus Larix of the pine family ( Pinaceae ), characterized by needle-like leaves and generally small cones. (newworldencyclopedia.org)
  • Larix decidua is a deciduous Tree growing to 45 m (147ft) by 15 m (49ft) at a fast rate. (pfaf.org)
  • The German Commission E Monographs, a therapeutic guide to herbal medicine, approve Larix decidua for fevers & colds, coughs/bronchitis, tendency to infection, blood pressure problems, inflammation of mouth and pharynx, common cold (see [302] for critics of commission E). (pfaf.org)
  • Induction of embryonal masses was achieved from full-sib immature zygotic embryos of Larix decidua Mill. (gc.ca)
  • An Larix decidua in nahilalakip ha genus nga Larix , ngan familia nga Pinaceae . (wikipedia.org)
  • Cross between the Larix decidua and the Larix kaempferi, this is a different resinous tree as in addition to have deciduous foliage, it has a radical change of colour in the autumn. (planfor.co.uk)
  • However, most of them represent the Pinus genus, and only three chloroplast genomes are available for the Larix genus: complete - for European ( Larix decidua Mill. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Larix laricina is a small to medium-size boreal coniferous and deciduous tree reaching 10-20 m (33-66 ft) tall, with a trunk up to 60 cm (24 in) diameter. (wikipedia.org)
  • The central Alaskan population, separated from the eastern Yukon populations by a gap of about 700 kilometres (430 mi), is treated as a distinct variety Larix laricina var. (wikipedia.org)
  • Larix laricina - (Du Roi. (pfaf.org)
  • Larix laricina is a deciduous Tree growing to 18 m (59ft 1in) at a medium rate. (pfaf.org)
  • Larix laricina K. Koch is a medicinal plant belonging to traditional pharmacopoeia of the Cree of Eeyou Istchee (Eastern James Bay area of Canada). (hindawi.com)
  • Of the 17 plants identified, Larix laricina K. Koch, belonging to the Pinaceae family, demonstrated antidiabetic potential by increasing glucose uptake and phosphorylation levels of AMPK and ACC in C2C12 myotubes to levels almost comparable to those of metformin [ 20 , 24 ]. (hindawi.com)
  • Luta G, Duncan C, Sinnott R. Chemical characterization of polysaccharide-rich ingredients from Aloe vera, Larix laricina and Larix occidentalis, and Undaria pinnatifida. (mannatechscience.org)
  • Some flooding-tolerant tree species including tamarack ( Larix laricina (Du Roi) K. Koch) produce adventitious roots in response to flooding. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Larix alaskensis , Larix laricina ssp. (wildflower.org)
  • The purpose of this study on tamarack (Larix laricina) was to propose a drying technique adapted to the end use, to document the colour change after drying, and to assess the rot resistance of the various drying processes used. (fpinnovations.ca)
  • This plant, which is the primary deciduous species in the Northeastern and Southwestern forests of China, belongs to the genus Larix (Pinaceae). (scialert.net)
  • 1999. Internal transcribed spacer region evolution in Larix and Pseudotsgua (Pinaceae). (tolweb.org)
  • Larix occidentalis Nutt. (eol.org)
  • Larix occidentalis is a species of tree in the family pines . (eol.org)
  • 2. Larix occidentalis Nuttall, N. Amer. Sylv. (efloras.org)
  • Larix lyallii and L . occidentalis ( Larix sect. (efloras.org)
  • Mechanism of stimulation of human natural killer cytotoxicity by arabinogalactan from Larix occidentalis. (drmyattswellnessclub.com)
  • Larix occidentalis is composed of the long branched polysaccharide arabinogalactan. (cathydavey.co.uk)
  • In the course of revising the genus Larix for the Flora of China , it was discovered that three specimens from southeastern Xizang named by their original collector as L. mastersiana were not that species. (harvard.edu)
  • n. a coniferous tree (genus Larix ) of the pine family with bunches of deciduous bright green needles, found in cool regions of the northern hemisphere. (encyclopedia.com)
  • Larix kaempferi is used for ornamental purposes in parks and gardens. (wikipedia.org)
  • Larix principis-rupprechtii , L. olgensis , L. kaempferi, L. gmelini and L. olgensis var. (scialert.net)
  • Molecular Genetics of Rust Resistance in Poplars (Melampsora larici-populina Kleb/Populus sp. (genetics.org)
  • Here, we report the 454-pyrosequencing transcriptome analysis of early stages of poplar leaf colonization by the rust fungus Melampsora larici-populina. (nih.gov)
  • Quantitative resistance of Salix to Melampsora larici--epitea leaf rust was studied in 2 Salix mapping populations. (diva-portal.org)
  • Obligate Biotrophy Features Unraveled by the Genomic Analysis of the Rust Fungi, Melampsora larici-populina and Puccinia graminis f. sp. (escholarship.org)
  • We sequenced the 101 mega base pair genome of Melampsora larici-populina, the causal agent of poplar leaf rust, and the 89 mega base pair genome of Puccinia graminis f. sp. (escholarship.org)
  • The needles of Larix sibirica Ledb. (springer.com)
  • Oreshkova, N. 2016-10-19 00:00:00 Morphogenesis and maturation of somatic embryos, ploidy, and genotyping of cell lines (CL) of embryogenic cultures of Larix sibirica Ledeb. (deepdyve.com)
  • Cytogenetic study of embryonal-suspensor masses (ESM) of Larix sibirica demonstrated that cells of long-term cultivated cultures remained diploid. (deepdyve.com)
  • Tamaracks and Larches (Larix species) are deciduous conifers . (wikipedia.org)
  • Larix trees are deciduous and lose their needle-like leaves in the winter. (wikibooks.org)
  • Climatic Signals in Tree Ring Anatomical Structure of Larix gmelinii Growing under Contrasting. (deepdyve.com)
  • Shashkin, A. 2018-02-24 00:00:00 The results of comparative analysis of tree-ring anatomical structure in the trunk of Larix gmelinii (Rupr. (deepdyve.com)
  • Cross-species amplification of randomly selection of 30 genic-SSRs among the 145 polymorphic ones showed that 80.0% of the SSRs could be amplified in Larix olgensis, 86.7% could be amplified in Larix principi-rupprechtii and 83.0% could be amplified in Larix gmelinii. (duhnnae.com)
  • Characterization and Quantification of Taxifolin Related Flavonoids in Larix olgensis Henry Var. (scialert.net)
  • The present study aimed to quantitatively and qualitatively analyze flavonoids in the extract of Larix olgensis Henry var. (scialert.net)
  • Thus, the extract of Larix olgensis Henry var. (scialert.net)
  • Carbohydrate metabolism during new root growth in transplanted Larix olgensis seedlings: post-transplant response to nursery-applied inorganic fertilizer and organic amendment. (sisef.it)
  • Among the 841,301 reads considered for analysis, 616,879 and 649 were successfully mapped to Populus trichocarpa and M. larici-populina genome sequences, respectively. (nih.gov)
  • Forest communities are mosaic systems composed of patches classified into four different developmental patch types: gap patch (G), building patch (B), mature patch (M) and degenerate patch (D). To study the mechanisms maintaining diversity in subalpine coniferous forests, species presence frequency and diversity in the four distinct patch types (G, B, M and D) of Larix chinensis conifer forests at three altitudinal gradients in the Qinling Mountains were analyzed. (peerj.com)
  • It is also sometimes known by the synonym Larix leptolepis. (wikipedia.org)
  • In this study, the morphological and physiological influence of exogenous H 2 treatment during somatic embryogenesis was characterized in Larix leptolepis Gordon. (mdpi.com)
  • Liu Y, Han S, Ding X, Li X, Zhang L, Li W, Xu H, Li Z, Qi L. Transcriptome Analysis of mRNA and miRNA in Somatic Embryos of Larix leptolepis Subjected to Hydrogen Treatment. (mdpi.com)
  • Somatic embryogenesis from immature and mature zygotic embryos and from cotyledons and needles of somatic plantlets of Larix. (gc.ca)
  • Various gap-forming processes and dispersal limitation may be the two major mechanisms determining species diversity in Larix chinensis coniferous forests at the patch scale. (peerj.com)
  • Larix griffithii differs by its fewer, much longer leaves (3--5.5 cm), its usually leafless cone-bearing short shoots, much larger, yellowish pollen cones, and seed cones twice as long and 2.5--3 as long as broad (not 2 as long as broad). (harvard.edu)
  • Larix xeurolepis A. Henry, and Larix xleptoeuropaea, and it was found to be affected by the developmental stage of the embryos. (gc.ca)