salicaceous

salicaceous

(ˌsælɪˈkeɪʃəs)
adj
(Plants) of, relating to, or belonging to the Salicaceae, a chiefly N temperate family of trees and shrubs having catkins: includes the willows and poplars
[C19: via New Latin from Latin salix a willow]
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A flavanoid, luteolin-7-glucoside, as well as salicin and populin, stimulating the feeding of leaf beetles attacking salicaceous plants.
Hares (Lepus spp.) prefer to feed on mature salicaceous trees, avoiding juvenile trees; within trees, they avoid juvenile shoots such as those generated by previous herbivory (Bryant 1981, Bryant et al.
Because however, salicaceous plants differ substantially in their secondary chemistry (e.g., Julkunen-Tiitto, 1689a), it seems likely that populations of E.