Populus tremula

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Noun1.Populus tremula - Old World aspen with a broad much-branched crownPopulus tremula - Old World aspen with a broad much-branched crown; northwestern Europe and Siberia to North Africa
aspen - any of several trees of the genus Populus having leaves on flattened stalks so that they flutter in the lightest wind
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Evaluation of heavy metals pollution in woody species have demonstrated that the species Populus tremula and Salix caprea have a significantly tolerance to high levels of heavy metals in soil and can be used in phytoremediation [6].
Deciduous and mixed forests also occur in this region, primarily at lower elevations, and include trembling aspen (Populus tremula), Maximovich's poplar (P.
Analysis of clonality in Populus tremula in Northern Europe revealed quite small clone size, 2.3 ramets per clone with 70% of clones represented by just one ramet [6].
Delivery and planting of Populus tremula H, 2xr, MB, incl.
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.
Linderberg, "Aromatic substances in leaves of Populus tremula as inhibitors of mycorrhizal fungi," Physiologia Plantarum, vol.
Trembling aspen (Populus tremula L.) is one of the most resistant to cold natural species in Turkey.
Eurasia and northern Africa harbor European aspen (Populus tremula), the aspen species most similar to North America's P tremuloides.
Pinus sylvestris and Empetrum nigrum occurred only in peat blocks from the marginal parts of the peatlands, while Populus tremula, Pteridium aquilinum, and Vaccinium uliginosum were present only in blocks from the central parts.
Passiflora caerulea, Populus tremula), honey and propolis.
Mechanical characterization of juvenile European aspen (Populus tremula) and hybrid aspen (Populus tremula x Populus tremuloides) using full-field strain measurements.