Sassafras albidum

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Noun1.Sassafras albidum - yellowwood tree with brittle wood and aromatic leaves and barkSassafras albidum - yellowwood tree with brittle wood and aromatic leaves and bark; source of sassafras oil; widely distributed in eastern North America
sassafras - dried root bark of the sassafras tree
laurel - any of various aromatic trees of the laurel family
genus Sassafras - a genus of sassafras
sassafras oil - oil from root bark of sassafras trees; used in perfumery and as a disinfectant
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6 Diospyros virginiana -- -- -- Sassafras albidum -- -- -- Primus serotina Ehrh.
This oil is used as a substitute for North American sassafras oil, which can be extracted from Sassafras albidum as well as from the pau-rosa oil of the Amazonian plant Aniba roseodora.
Two native species of sassafras are most often noted for commercial uses: Sassafras albidum and Sassafras officinale.
However, we found no evidence of bias in selection of species for bearing or line trees, except that successional trees such as Populus tremuloides (quaking aspen) and Sassafras albidum (sassafras) were likely underrepresented because the surveyors were instructed to select trees no smaller than 5.
winged sumac -- -- -- 1 Sassafras albidum (Nuttall), sassafras 3 4 3 75 Tilia americana L.
Willows Sapindus drummondii Soapberry Sassafras albidum Sassafras Sophora japonica Jap.
canadensis comprised nearly 68% of the importance value in 1992, post-fire analysis revealed that Sassafras albidum Nutt.
1990) and Sassafras albidum (Gant and Clebsch 1975), were rare on the study plot, so adjacent forest of similar composition and structure was searched to increase the sample of these species.
The woody understory seedling layer was dominated by various species of oaks and hickories, and along with Ulmus rubra (slippery elm) and Sassafras albidum (sassafras), accounted for more than one-third of the 15,166 seedlings/ha (Table 2).
Sassafras is the dried bark of the sassafras tree, Sassafras albidum, which is native to North America.
The understory was dominated by Rhus copallinum, Sassafras albidum, and Liquidamber styraciflua.