Taxodium distichum

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Noun1.Taxodium distichum - common cypress of southeastern United States having trunk expanded at baseTaxodium distichum - common cypress of southeastern United States having trunk expanded at base; found in coastal swamps and flooding river bottoms
cypress - wood of any of various cypress trees especially of the genus Cupressus
genus Taxodium, Taxodium - bald cypress; swamp cypress
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The main goals of this study were to: 1) Quantify buttress form and volume 2) analyze variation in the ratio of buttress volume to total-stem volume in baldcypress and 3) assess the site and tree variables associated with variation in percentage of tree stem biomass allocated to buttressing and buttress form across sites with different hydrological regimes.
The effects of herbivory and flooding were examined on survival and growth of planted baldcypress (Taxodium distichum (L.
The best among these is baldcypress (Tazodium disticum).
A small aspect of the project, which used less than 10 percent of the project's total funds, examined the growth patterns of 1,000-year-old baldcypress trees in the tidewater swamp regions along the Virginia-North Carolina border.
Coast redwood Height: 349' Tree Circumference: 845" Coast Douglas-fir Height: 281' Tree Circumference: 505" Common baldcypress Height: 96' Tree Circumference: 647" Saguaro Height: 54' Tree Circumference: 83" Mexican-buckeye Height: 9' Crown Spread: 16' Person Height: 5'5"
1), and is a locale uniquely dominated by baldcypress (Taxodium distichum) with different age stands.
The name baldcypress most likely comes from the fact that the deciduous tree is the first to lose its leaves in the fall and the last to sprout buds.
The baldcypress becomes a big, spreading tree after many years.
3 acres of baldcypress swamp by restoring surface hydrology, planting selected species of trees and herbaceous vegetation and providing effective and continuous hands-on management throughout the life of the BRMA.
Baldcypress is the first known non-Pinaceae host of Cecidomyia.
Variation in shrinkage properties of second-growth baldcypress and tupelo-gum.
281 feet tall; 42 feet around; 71-foot spread - 804 points 10: Common baldcypress (Taxodium), Cat Island, La.