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An Asian species, found in Tibet and southwestern China, named Betula szechuanica, is thought to be the whitest of birches, according to the newly published book "Birch" by Anna Lewington.
All participants in the Betula study gave informed consent, and the study was approved by the Regional Ethics Review Board at Umea University with DNR: 2012-12-31M.
Betula is the dominant species (53), followed in order of abundance by Pinus sylvestris (30), Picea abies (4), Larix sibirica (1), Populus tremula (1), Alnus incana (1), and Sorbus aucuparia (1).
Some of the most interesting macrofossils found in the sediments of this area are the remains of cold-tolerant Betula nana L.
The animal showed association with Betula utilis, Abies pindrow, Picea smithiana and Taxus baccata along with the shrubs of Skimmia laureola, and Rosa moschata.
The most frequent species that emerged on greenhouse peat blocks, regardless of their collection sites in peatlands, were Betula spp., Salix spp., and Epilobium montanum.
Some trees take on more refined, subtle shades, such as yellow birch (Betula alleghaniensis) with its beautiful buttery yellow foliage, or the common beech (Fagus sylvatica), which turns a glorious shade of copper.
Rhus (stags horn sumach), cotinus (smoke bush), prunus (cherry) and betula (silver birch) offer brilliant autumn colour on all soils.
The bark of Betula alba L, birch, has been used in traditional healing by Native Americans and Russians for many years.
I apskaita pateko 16 karpotuju (Betula verrucosa Ehrh.) ir 13 plaukuotuju (Betula pubescens Ehrh.) berZu.