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white mulberry

traditional symbol of wisdom. [Tree Symbolism: Flora Symbolica, 176]
See: Wisdom
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Natural durability of white mulberry against basidiomycetes (Morus alba) has been the subject of a few contradictory studies.
Up to the 15th century, it was extensively grown in Italy for raising silkworms, but it has since been superseded by the white mulberry.
Effects of humidity level and IBA dose application on the softwood top cuttings of white mulberry (Morus alba L.
White Mulberry leaf extract is used as a folkloric remedy for treatment of diabetes.
Although white mulberry and tree-of-heaven are not readily available from local nurseries, they may have been sold in the past or homeowners may have obtained these species from other sources.
Data for both years indicated beavers preferred eastern cottonwood, white mulberry, Mexican buckeye, black willow, and bur oak on all rivers (Table 2) and avoided Chinaberry, hackberry, pecan, cedar elm, and boxelder on all rivers (Table 3).
According to its recent mice experiments, an extract of white mulberry has a property to inhibit the binding of TGF-beta 1 receptors so that it can help prevent hair loss.
White mulberry (Morus alba): A brief phytochemical and pharmacological evaluations account.
The story of Pyramus and Thebes ends with a heart broken lover plunging a sword into his heart and spraying a nearby mulberry with his blood -- thus turning the white mulberry trees of ancient Babylon dark red.
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This shadow box of 'The Snow Queen' is made from an old biscuit tin, lined with white mulberry tissue and a transparent sheet of icy scrapbooking paper.