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Padus

(ˈpeɪdəs)
n
(Placename) the Latin name for the Po2

Po

(poʊ)

n.
a river in Italy, flowing E from the Alps in the NW to the Adriatic. 418 mi. (669 km) long. Ancient, Padus.

Po


Chem. Symbol.
polonium.

P.O.

1. petty officer.
2. postal (money) order.
3. post office.
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Pinus sibirica is found in a small group of the dense scrub vegetation of Cotoneaster melanocarpus, Sorbus sibirica and Padus asiatica on the coast of Svyatoi Nos isthmus (Anenkhonov and Chytry, 1998).
He said that during the plantation drive mostly indigenous plant species had been used namely in the greenbelts mostly planted trees were Siris (Albizia lebbek,) Jacaranda (Jacaranda mimosifolia), (Sapium chinensis), Kachnar (Bauhinia variegate), Amaltas (Casia fistula), Gul Nishter (Erithrina indica), Silver Oak (Grevilea robusta), Arjun, Ficus Pelicon (Ficus pelican), Sukh Chain, Dhak (Butea frondosa), Pear (Pyrus pasha), Plum Peaches (Prunus padus) Shrubs: Tecoma stans, Holmskiodia.
Woodlands are composed for the most part by mesophile forest, dominated by oaks (Quercus robur and Quercus petraea) and common hornbeam (Carpinus betulus), characterized by a shrub layer with common hazel (Corylus avellana), bird cherry (Prunus padus), elder (Sambucus nigra) and brambles (Rubus spp.).
Kwapisz, "Metabolite profiling and antioxidant activity of Prunus padus L.
bulbosa and Andropogon ischaemum, small bushes of Paliurus spinosa and small groups of Quercus frainetto, Carpinus orientalis, Cotinus coggygria, Padus Mahaleb and others.
As I looked out of the window just now several alighted in the top branches of our prunus padus - our bird cherry - very appropriate!
In that case a new imagined community was named 'Padania', a reference to the Latin name of the great river, 'Padus'.
The other half of overall spending during the study period ($2.8 million) was used in Southcentral Alaska to fight invasive terrestrial plants like orange hawkweed (Hieracium aurantiacum), reed canarygrass, white sweetclover, European bird cherry (Prunus padus), and Canada thistle (Cirsium arvense).