silver birch

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Related to Betula pendula: Betula papyrifera, Betula pubescens

silver birch

a betulaceous tree, Betula pendula, of N temperate regions of the Old World, having silvery-white peeling bark
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Remove from Marked Records Reproductive Ability of Thuja occidentalis (Cupressaceae), Betula pendula (Betulaceae) and Tilia cordata (Tiliaceae) in Urban Environment.
Quercus robur dominated in all stands (90-100% of the relative timber volume), except in the Salenieki stand where in 1927 it was reported as absent; the dominant trees there were Betula pendula and Populus tremula.
The first macroremain find of the real tree-birch Betula pendula from the Solova sediments (559-555 cm) may refer to a short-time climate warming at 13 500 cal yr BP, just before the suggested hiatus.
Recovery of young Betula pendula trees after stem breakage.
Mae 'na ddwy rywogaeth o'r fedwen sy'n gyffredin i Ynysoedd Prydain y fedwen arian - Betula pendula a'r fedwen lwyd - Betula pubescens.
Variation of basic density and Brinell hardness within mature Finnish Betula pendula and B.
One of the most attractive is the cut-leaved birch, Betula pendula dalecarlica, whose ferny leaves turn golden yellow.
The most productive tree species have been broadleaved trees such as Alnus glutinosa and Betula pendula, while conifers do not perform well on the semicoke dumps (Kaar, 2003).
Effects of simulated browsing by moose on leaf and shoot biomass of birch, Betula pendula.
Experimental leaf stripping from Betula pendula resulted in lower standing leaf biomass by the end of the growing season, but refoliation produced a second crop of leaves such that total leaf production during the growing season (removed leaves plus regrown leaves) did not differ between stripped and control trees (Bergstrom and Danell 1995).