Alnus incana

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Related to Alnus incana: Grey Alder, Alnus viridis
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Noun1.Alnus incana - native to Europe but introduced in America
Alnus, genus Alnus - alders
alder tree, alder - north temperate shrubs or trees having toothed leaves and conelike fruit; bark is used in tanning and dyeing and the wood is rot-resistant
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Growth and carbon capture of grey alder (Alnus incana (L.) Moench.) under north European conditions--estimates based on reported research.--For.
and Alnus incana (L.) Moench on fly ash technosols at different substrate improvement, Ecological Engineering 49: 35-40.
8500 and 7300 cal yr BP, Picea abies, Larix sibirica, Populus tremula, Sorbus aucuparia and Alnus incana were subordinate species on a forest floor dominated by plant species characteristic of prealpine or subalpine woodlands.
Lowland areas were dominated by gray alder (Alnus incana), ash (Fraxinus spp.), and tamarack (Larix laricina).
Occurrence of bryophyte species analysed in the present study in different habitats: H 1, deciduous forest on slopes of a river with Tilia cordata, Acer platanoides, and Ulmus laevis; H 2, ravine with a stream with Alnus incana and Ulmus laevis; H 3, mixed wet forest with Picea abies, Quercus robur, Betula pubescens, and Alnus glutinosa; H 4, pine forest with Pinus sylvestris; H 5, peat bog with Pinus sylvestris Species Substrate H 1 H 2 H 3 type Sphagnum cuspidatum Ehrh.
Other common species are beaked sedge (Carex utriculata), bog birch (Betula glandulosa), mountain alder (Alnus incana), marsh reed grass (Calamagrotis canadensis), western dock (Rumex aquaticus), white clover (Trifolium repens), and strawberry (Fragaria ovalis).
Root and stump buds as structural faculties for reinvigoration in Alnus incana (L.) Moench.
D2 Erga G 178 Alnus cordata (Loisel.) Duby D1 Erga F cad 179 Alnus incana (L.) Moench.
pubescens (28%), Picea abies (23%), Alnus incana (4%), Populus tremula (2%), and broad-leaved trees (1%; Kulvik 1996).