Carpinus betulus


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Carpinus betulus

[kär‚pēn·əs ′bech·yə·ləs]
(forestry)
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The occurrence of these acidophilous beech forests can be recognized in the pollen diagrams (Figures 3 and 4) by relatively high percentages of Betula (35% in sample 5), Abies (~1%), Castanea (1-3%), Carpinus betulus (1-2%), Fabaceae (6-9%) and Pteridium aquilinum (5-14%), although Fagus (6-20%) is the dominant pollen type in the dataset characterizing cluster 2 of the HCA (Figure 6).
Table 3 List of collected samples of Carpinus betulus leaves.
Quercus robur, Sorbus aucuparia y Urtica dioica en Africa, Belgica, Canada, la antigua Checoslovakia, Chile, Estados Unidos, Francia, Holanda, Suecia (Gams y Holubova-Jechova, 1976); en ramas caidas de Carpinus betulus y Fagus sylvatica en Hungria (Holubova-Jechova, 1979); creciendo en aciculas de Pinus sp.
The alluvial forests include other European tree species defined as competitive in upland forests, such as Acer pseudoplatanus, Tilia cordata, Carpinus betulus, Acer platanoides, and Tilia cordata.
Carpinus betulus 'Fastigiata'--'Fastigiata' European Hornbeam
Tilia cordata, and Carpinus betulus, with Dactylis polygama Horvatovszky, Ranunculus ficaria L.
1 765 plants are supplied by, for example, Carpinus betulus, Lonicera nitida, Geranium cantabrigense and Geranium himalayense.
120 years with oak Quercus robur, common beech Fagus sylvatica as well as hornbeam Carpinus betulus and a well developed shrub layer.
1980--Una associazione a Corylus avellana e Carpinus betulus nell'Appennino Umbro Marchigiano--Not.
The hornbeam-beech forest consisted of Carpinus betulus, Fagus orientalis, Quercus sessiliflora, Quercus pubescens, and Tilia caucasica.