Albidum

Albidum

 

a variety of soft wheat with white awnless, glabrous spikes and white grains. The strains of this variety include winter (Puuk) and spring wheats. The most important varieties are the early maturing and drought-resistant spring strains—Saratov 38, Saratov 210, and others—which are hardy varieties.

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silkbay (Persea humilis Nash), sassafras (Sassafras albidum [Nutt.
Ingestion Leaf species Part of order chewed with meat prey Chimpanzee consumer 1, 8 Diospyros abdominal KK (adult male) abyssinica muscles 2,7 Chrysophyllum stomach and AJ (adult male) albidum intestine LR (adult female) 3,4 Uvariopsis carcass LR (adult female) congensis KK (adult male) 5 Teclea nobilis carcass LR (adult female) 6 Antiaris toxicaria carcass OG (juvenile male) 9, 10, 11 Bosqueia phoberos carcass OU (adult female) OG (juvenile male) O f (juvenile female) 12 Urera sp.
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.
Vegetation is endowed with highest stratum, the upper canopy composed of emergent trees such as: Treculia africana, Berlinia auriculata, Chrysophylium albidum and Cynometra megtalophylla.
Theridiidae Achaearanea conjuncta Achaearanea globosa Achaearanea rupicola Dipoena nigra Enoplognatha caricis Euryopis funebris Neospintharus trigonum Parasteatoda tepidariorum Steatoda americana Steatoda borealis Theridion albidum Theridion dierens Theridion frondeum Theridion glaucescens Theridion murarium Theridion pennsylvanicum Theridion sp?
Megalastrum albidum has linear scales on the pinna rachises abaxially, these mixed with whitish hairs 0.
Nutritional composition of Chrysophyllum albidum, Maluspumila and Psidium guajava fruits.
Arisaema triphyllum (jack-in-the-pulpit), Zanthoxylum americanum (prickly-ash), Erythronium albidum (prairie fawnlily), Viola pubescens (smooth yellow violet), and Parthenocissus quinquefolia (Virginia creeper).
Juniperus virginiana, Fraximus Americana, Quercus muehlenbergii; Liriodendron tulipifera, Carya glabra, Celtis Occident alts; and Acer saccharum, Ailanthus altissima, Sassafras albidum are a few of the forest communities documented.
Two native species of sassafras are most often noted for commercial uses: Sassafras albidum and Sassafras officinale.