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Betula

[′bech·ə·lə]
(botany)
The birches, a genus of deciduous trees composing the family Betulaceae.
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To order by post, make cheques payable to Mirror Garden and send to: Mirror Betula White Birch (DM31076), 14 Hadfield Street, Old Trafford, Manchester, M16 9FG.
The cognitive evaluations were conducted by investigators with basic training in psychology who were specially trained to carry out the Betula cognitive test battery.
lt;BSean Murray recommends Himalayan birch trees, Betula Utilis Jacquemontii, a stark contrast to the gloomy days of winter
Subsequemment, la densite des arbres a diminue graduellement en haute altitude, et au fur et a mesure que la limite forestiere s'est mise a descendre, le rapport entre Betula et Pinus s'est accru.
Some of the most interesting macrofossils found in the sediments of this area are the remains of cold-tolerant Betula nana L.
the Neelum Valley of AJ and K is sub-alpine birch forest and mixed coniferous forest having plant species as Abies pindrow, Picea smithiana, Taxus baccata, Betula utilis, Acercaesium, Viburnum spp.
The most frequent species that emerged on greenhouse peat blocks, regardless of their collection sites in peatlands, were Betula spp.
En route you pass by more fine trees, many with superb decorative bark, such as the sensational stewartia, betula and prunus.
The bark of Betula alba L, birch, has been used in traditional healing by Native Americans and Russians for many years.
The main supply of fuel wood is from Aesculus indica, Taxus wallichinana, Cedrus deodara, Pinus walliclinana, Abies pindrow, Picea smithiana, Betula utilis, Juglans regia and Acer ceasium.
Jundzill indicated: "We found very rare species and species which have never been found before, such as Callitriche intermedia, Circaea alpina, Circaea intermedia, Calamagrostis schleicheri, Koeleria cristata, Sesleria caerulea, Scirpus caricinus, Primula farinosa, Salsola kali, Chenopodium villosum, Ribes alpinum, Swertia perennis, Lunaria rediviva, Alyssum montanum, Cakile maritima, Dentaria bulbifera, Taxus baccata, Betula nana, Myrica and many other cryptogams".
Birch leafminer (Fenusa pusilla [Lepeletier]) (= pumila Klug) (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae), an invasive Palearctic leaf mining sawfly attacking several species of Betula, has been present in North America for at least 85 years, and was first recorded in Connecticut (Friend 1933).