Names. Latin (scientific) name: Betula papyrifera Common English name: White birch Other names: Paper birch, canoe birch French name: Bouleau à papie Bříza papírovitá (Betula papyrifera) je strom až 24 m vysoký, často vícekmenný s nepravidelně vejčitou korunou.Mladá borka bílá až narůžovělá s dlouhými lenticelami, snadno se odlupujícími v úzkých příčných pásech, starší borka naspodu kmene nepravidelně rozpukaná Bříza bělokorá (Betula pendula), také bříza bradavičnatá nebo bříza bílá, je listnatá dřevina z čeledi břízovitých. Je to nejhojnější druh břízy v Evropě. Důvod jejího dalekosáhlého rozšíření od jižní Evropy až na daleký sever, případně do odpovídajících výškových poloh alých pohoří Evropy, spočívá v její nenáročnosti a odolnosti vůči. Betula papyrifera. Popis rostliny: Bříza papírovitá je listnatý opadavý strom řadící se do čeledi Betulaceae - břízovité. Pochází ze Severní Ameriky. Dorůstá výšky kolem 30 metrů, často bývá vícekmenný. Koruna je nepravidelně vejčitá. Vše o produkt BETULA PENDULA Roth - bříza bělokorá / breza previsnutá BETULA PUBESCENS Ehrh. - bříza pýřitá / breza biela BETULA UTILIS subsp. JACQUEMONTII (Spach) Kitam. - bříza užitečná Jacquemontova / brez
Betula papyrifera Le Genre Betula : Environ 50-60 espèces (régions tempérées et froides de l'hémisphère nord). Arbres ou arbrisseaux à écorce membraneuse lisse, devenant blanche, colorée ou profondément craquelée Betula papyrifera là một loài thực vật có hoa trong họ Betulaceae.Loài này được Marshall mô tả khoa học đầu tiên năm 1785. Bạch dương giấy là một loài bạch dương có tuổi thọ không lâu năm ở Bắc Mỹ. Bạnh dương giấy được đặt tên là do vỏ cây mỏng màu trắng mà thường lột vỏ từng lớn tư thân cây trông. Noteworthy Characteristics. Betula papyrifera, commonly called paper birch or canoe birch, is primarily native to the cold climates of Canada and Alaska (USDA Zones 1-3), with its range dipping down into a few of the northern U.S. states (USDA Zones 4-5A) and further south in the mountains (to Colorado in the Rockies and to North Carolina in the Appalachians) SPECIES: Betula papyrifera FIRE ECOLOGY OR ADAPTATIONS : Adaptation to fire: Paper birch is well adapted to fire, recovering quickly by means of seedling establishment and vegetative regeneration [1,39,67]. Seedling establishment is the most significant method of postfire recovery. Paper birch is a prolific producer of lightweight seeds that. Betula papyrifera Paper Birch, White Birch Betulaceae. Expand. Habitat. the most widely distributed (east to west) of all North American birches ; northern North America, Labrador to Alaska, south into Northern Rocky Mountains, northern plains states and Pennsylvania
Pentacyclic triterpenoids, mostly of the lupane and oleanane types, were isolated from the outer bark of various white birch species including Betula papyrifera Marsh. (Betulaceae) ( Ekman, 1983 , O'Connell et al., 1988 , Cole et al., 1991 , Hua et al., 1991 , Fuchino et al., 1996a , Fuchino et al., 1996b , Fuchino et al., 1998 , Habiyaremye et al., 2002 , Cichewicz and Kouzi, 2004 , Gauthier et al., 2006 ) Papyrifera of many botanists), the discrepancies in geography, ethnology and zoology, which have been so troublesome in the past, will disappear; other features, usually considered obscure, will become luminous; and the older and less distorted sagas, at least in their main incidents, will become v Betula papyrifera White Birch, Paper Birch, Canoe Birch. Tree Characteristics. Leaves: Deciduous Height: 15 - 21m. Width: 7 - 15m. Growth Rate: Fast Indication that this species is more resistant to the bronze birch borer compared to Betula pendula, although it is still affected. Other pests include birch leaf miners, birch skeletonizers. . Zones:2-7. Other common names: canoe birch, silver birch, white birch, downy birch, mountain paper birch. Mature Height: 80 ft. Spreads 20-30 ft. Paper Birch grows fast especially when young. Soil / Climate: Prefers cool, moist climates
The World Checklist of Selected Plant Families now considers Betula kenaica to be a synonym of B. papyrifera. Think it should be merged? Benny White 04:25, 3 September 2014 (UTC) What authority are we preferring? B. cordifolia is also listed as a subspecies by some authors (USDA), should that be merged too?Wasp32 14:51, 5 July 2016 (UTC Paper Birch Native to North America, Betula papyrifera is sometimes called the Canoe birch, as the oily bark was used by native Americans to cover their canoes and teepees. The paper birch is a tall, fast-growing, deciduous tree of graceful, conical habit, well adapted to northern climates. The bark is white, peeling Betula papyrifera. Common name: Paperbark Birch . Paper Birch. Pronunciation: BET-u-la pap-i-RIF-er-a. Family: Betulaceae. Genus: Betula. Type: Broadleaf. Native to (or naturalized in) Oregon: Yes. Deciduous tree, 40-50(70+) ft [12-15(21) m], loosely pyramidal to rounded, several years before lateral branches show chalky-white paper-like bark. Paper Birch (Betula papyrifera) trees, meanwhile, have bark on them as thin as paper. River Birch (Betula nigra) trees grow quickly since they're often positioned near swampy land. Yellow Birch (Betula alleghaniensis) trees are coated with a yellow bark that often peels off in rolls
Betula papyrifera. Photo Locations: Washington Park Arboretum - Seattle, WA, National Arboretum - Washington, D.C., UC Berkeley Botanic Garden - Berkeley, CA and Hoyt Arboretum - Portland, OR and Arnold Arboretum - Olympa. See all Betula. General Notes. Poor tolerance of drought Rostlina: bříza papírovitá * Betula papyrifera MARSCH. - strom listnatý, tvar oválný, listy střídavé, vejčité, okraj listu dvojitě pilovitý Betula papyrifera (paper birch, also known as white birch and canoe birch) is a short lived species of birch native to northern North America. Paper birch is named due to the thin white bark which often peels in paper like layers from the trunk. Paper birch is often one of the first species to colonize a burned area within the norther latitudes.
Betula papyrifera and over 1000 other quality seeds for sale. Call us at 1 315 4971058. It is a mediumsized deciduous tree reaching 20 m tall exceptionally to 35 m with a trunk up to 80cm diameter. The bark is white, commonly brightly so, flaking in fine horizontal strips, and often with small black marks and scars. In individuals younger than five years, the bark appears brown with white. The Paper Birch (Betula papyrifera) is a small to medium-sized, fast-growing deciduous tree usually found in mixed wood forests in the northern US and Canada, including the Adirondack Mountains.This tree - a close relative of the Yellow Birch (which also grows in our part of the Adirondacks) - is a member of the Birch family. The Paper Birch is short-lived and rarely lives more than 140 years
Ecological Framework for Betula papyrifera The table below shows the species-specific information calculated from original data (BEC database) provided by the BC Ministry of Forests and Range. (Updated August, 2013 A breakthrough in white birch, this selection has a great future with its striking white bark as it matures and the most resistance to bronze birch borer of any birch on the market Betula papyrifera Birch family (Betulaceae) Description: This tree is 50-80' tall at maturity, consisting of either a single or multiple trunks and a narrow open crown (or crowns) with ascending branches. Some trees can have trunks up to 2½' across. The bark of saplings and young trees is yellowish red, horizontally wrinkled, and shiny, while.
Rostlina: Betula papyrifera MARSCH. * bříza papírovitá - strom listnatý, tvar oválný, listy střídavé, vejčité, okraj listu dvojitě pilovitý Betula papyrifera. Betula papyrifera Marshall is an accepted species name sensu FNA Ed. Comm., 1997. Hybrid parent of. Betula ×sandbergii Britton. Betula ×winteri Dugle. Betula ×utahensis Britton. Betula ×borggreveana Zabel ex H.J.P. Winkler. Betula ×ungavensis. Betula alba L. var. commutata Regel Betula andrewsii Betula montanensis Betula papyrifera Marsh. var. commutata (Regel) Fern. Betula papyrifera Marsh. var. subcordata (Rydberg) Sargen Latin name: Betula papyrifera Synonyms: Betula papyracea Family: Betulaceae (Birch Family) Medicinal use of Paper Birch: Paper birch was often employed medicinally by many native North American Indian tribes who used it especially to treat skin problems. It is little used in modern herbalism
Betula papyrifera '(clump)' Add To My Plant List . Clump Paper Birch in fall. Clump Paper Birch in fall (Photo courtesy of NetPS Plant Finder) Height: 50 feet. Spread: 35 feet. Sunlight: Hardiness Zone: 1b. Other Names: White Birch, Canoe Birch. Description: Stunning multi-stemmed form of paper birch shows off snow-white peeling bark and gold. Příklad věty s Betula papyrifera, překlad paměť add example en Ash (Fraxinus americana), birch ( Betula papyrifera and Betula alleghanisensis), cherry (Prunus serotina), beech (Facus grandifolia): 0 - 15 % (in total . papyrifera Marshall :. commutata (Regel) Fernald :. elobata (Fernald) Sarg.. macrostachya Fernald :. pensilis Fernald : Betula alba var. commutata Regel : Common Name(s): paper birch [English] Taxonomic Status: Current Standing: accepte
Betula papyrifera Marshall: UKSI Common Name Source; Paper Birch preferred: UKSI Classification unranked Biota kingdom Plantae phylum Tracheophyta class Magnoliopsida order Fagales family Betulaceae genus Betula species Betula papyrifera. View list of all occurrence records for. Betula papyrifera Paper birch,Canoe birch This is the beautiful native white-barked birch, found growing in the northern states around the Great Lakes. It is susceptible to the bronze birch borer but more adaptable than the European white birch Rostlina: Bříza papírovitá * Betula papyrifera MARSCH. - strom listnatý, tvar oválný, listy střídavé, vejčité, okraj listu dvojitě pilovitý Betula papyrifera 442; Populus tremuloides 160; trees 144; Abies balsamea 109; boreal forests 99; more Subject. Betula papyrifera is a well-known tree of the northern forest with its paper-thin, white, peeling bark. The bark, which has a high oil content and is consequently waterproof, was used for a wide variety of building and clothing purposes by the American Indians, including the covering of the familiar birch bark canoe
Betula Papyrifera Sapling Trees. Paper Birch, Betula papyrifera, has ornamental peeling bark when it is mature. The outer layer of the bark is grey-white, revealing a mild orange-pink tint as it peels back. The tree is quite narrow and upright, suitable for medium sized garden Betula papyrifera Marshall; Preferred Common Name. paper birch; Variety. Betula papyrifera var. commutata (Regel) Fernald; Betula papyrifera var. cordifolia (Regel) Fernald; Betula papyrifera var. kenaica (W.H. Evans) Henry; Betula papyrifera var. neoalaskana (Sarg.) Raup; Betula papyrifera var. papyrifera ; Betula papyrifera var. subcordata (Rydb.) Sarg
Genus. Betula. Birch. Species. papyrifera. From papyrus, once used for paper, for the paper-like bark. About plant names... The American white birch or paper birch is a native of North America. Papyrifera means paper—the white, peelable bark is smooth and paperlike Paper Birch (Betula papyrifera and Betula neoalaskana). Also known as: Canoe Birch, White Birch, Alaska birch and Yukon Birch Bloom time: April - June Additional photos: Betula papyrifera. Three male catkins hang from the branch tip, while a smaller female catkin extends above the branch paper birch (Betula papyrifera) Plant profile video for Iowa State University, Department of Horticulture class HORT 240. Video by Dr. Grant L. Thompson. htt.. Listing for Betula (Birch) Highly regarded for their beautiful ornamental bark, Birches are one of the most popular medium-sized trees grown in Australia and yet many people are unaware of the wide variety of styles available. The common seedling grown Silver Birch (Betula pendula) has spawned many beautiful cultivars such as Betula pendula. Betula papyrifera Vědecký název taxonu Betula papyrifera Jména autorů, kteří taxon popsali Marsh. Český název bříza papírová Synonyma (zahradnicky používaný název) Betula papyracea, Betula latifolia Autor Přemysl Krejčiřík (email@example.com) Kategorie Druh Nadřazená kategorie Betula Biogeografické regiony.
Betula papyrifera is a deciduous tree with a narrowly round, open crown; it usually grows up to 20 metres tall but sometimes reaches 30 metres. It usually has a single, straight, cylindrical bole, but sometimes has two or more[11. Title Trees and Shrubs Hardy in Great Britain. Vol 1 - 4 and Supplement. Publication Author Bean. W Paper birch (Betula papyrifera) is also known as white birch or canoe birch. It is a showy tree in the woods with its white bark. Paper birch is not a large tree in Iowa and is used primarily for ornamental plantings. It has a clear, straight trunk and thin, rounded crown. It is found principally in the northeast part of Iowa, extending southwestward to Eldora Betula papyrifera (paper birch, also known as white birch and canoe birch) is a short lived species of birch native to northern North America.Paper birch is named due to the thin white bark which often peels in paper like layers from the trunk. Paper birch is often one of the first species to colonize a burned area within the northern latitudes and an important species for moose browse Betula cordifolia is evidently a northern diploid element (2n = 28 or rarely 56) in contrast to typical B. papyrifera (2n = 70 or 84 or rarely 56). It may be that some trees from northern Michigan are the diploid, but all material we have seen seems to fit best within the variable B. papyrifera Betula papyrifera (paper birch, also known as white birch and canoe birch) is a short-lived species of birch native to northern North America. Paper birch is named due to the thin white bark which often peels in paper like layers from the trunk
Remnant populations of Betula papyrifera have persisted in the Great Plains after the Wisconsin Glaciation along the Niobrara River Valley, Nebraska. Population health has declined in recent years, and has been hypothesized to be due to climate change. We used dendrochronological techniques to assess the response of B. papyrifera to microclimate (1950-2014), and satellite imagery [Landsat 5 TM. Chickadee Birch- Betula papyrifera 'Chickadee'. Plant Details. Care & Info. Add to wishlist. This narrow columnar birch matures to a dense pyramidal form. Medium green foliage turns bright yellow in fall. Striking white, papery bark adds year round interest. Prefers a cool, moist climate. A great accent tree
Dřevina - Bříza papírovitá, Paper birch, White birch, Canoe birch, Betula papyrifera - Specifická hmotnost - Modul pevnosti v ohybu - Pevnost v tlaku - Modul pružnost IPNI Life Sciences Identifier (LSID) urn:lsid:ipni.org:names:32197-2 Publication Arbustrum Americanum: The American Grove, or, an Alphabetical Catalogue of Forest Trees and Shrubs, Natives of the American United States, Arranged according to the Linnaean System Latin: Betula papyrifera Height 50 feet Type Deciduous. This tree has been referred to as the Lady of the Northern Forests, which is quite a tribute and well-deserved. It is graceful, almost willowy, and possesses chastely, pale bark. But it has many common names as well such as Paper birch, White birch, or Canoe birch, and botanically it.
Betula papyrifera Marshall. Betula papyrifera Marshall is an accepted species name sensu FNA Ed. Comm., 1997. Hybrid parent of. Betula ×sandbergii Britton. Betula ×winteri Dugle. Betula ×utahensis Britton. Betula ×borggreveana Zabel ex H.J.P. Winkler. Betula ×ungavensis Lepage. Betula papyrifera Figure 1. Young Paper Birch. Paper Birch1 Edward F. Gilman and Dennis G. Watson2 INTRODUCTION A native to northern areas that is grown for its beautiful white bark (Fig. 1). An additional ornamental trait is the yellow fall leaf color. The tree is best adapted to wet and moist sites -- watch out for pests if grown in an.
Betula papyrifera 'Renaissance Reflections' Zone 4 Renaissance Reflections Paper Birch. 40-60' tall x 25' wide, Native, bright white exfoliating bark.A very heat tolerant selection of the native paper birch. Leaves turn brilliant yellow in the fall Media in category Betula papyrifera The following 43 files are in this category, out of 43 total. 2005-09-16 Peuplement hors-dispo (05) DDumais.jpg 1,280 × 960; 587 K
Author: Marchal, Jean; Cumming, Steven G.; McIntire, Eliot J. B. Source: Ecosystems 2020 v.23 no.1 pp. 204-216 ISSN: 1432-9840 Subject: Betula papyrifera, etc ; Abies. Betula papyrifera: leaf blades wedge-shaped to truncate at the base, bark bright white, and scales of fruting catkins with divergent lateral lobes (vs. B. cordifolia, with leaf blades slightly heart-shaped at the base, bark pink-white to brown-white or red-brown-white, and scales of fruiting catkins with ascending lateral lobes). Betula. Betula papyrifera Marshall: Sinonimo; Betula lenta var. papyrifera Betula alba subsp. papyrifera Betula alba var. papyrifera Betula alba var. communis. Espesye sa tanom nga bulak ang Betula papyrifera. Una ning gihulagway ni Humphry Marshall. Ang Betula papyrifera sakop sa kahenera nga Betula sa kabanay nga Betulaceae Height 65' to 70', diameter 14 to 20; twigs dull orange or red during first winter, later become brown; open crown; grows singly or in clusters. Simple, alternate on stem, length 2 to 3; oval or heart shaped, pointed, rounded at base, irregularly toothed; becomes thick and leathery in texture.
Betula papyrifera Marshall var. cordifolia (Regel) Fernald - mountain paper birch Subordinate Taxa. This plant has no children Legal Status. Threatened and Endangered Information: This plant is listed by the U.S. federal government or a state. Common names are from state and federal lists Betula papyrifera Biological Process pollen wall assembly Cellular Component pollen wall. Scanning electron micrograph of Betula papyrifera (Paper Birsh) pollen. These specimens have been acetolyzed to remove cytoplasm and pollenkit in order to reveal the intricate wall structure. This is. Betula pendula - bříza bělokorá - je jako vy: štíhlá, ztepilá, má jemnou bílou kůru - a hoří i mokrá. Tak takové jsme my. Rády povídáme, posloucháme, čteme, výletujeme, poletujeme, lenošíme, spíme (když to jde a děti dovolí), vztekáme se, žasneme, pištíme, obdivujeme,. . Proper noun . Betula papyrifera f. A taxonomic species within the family Betulaceae - paper birch, canoe birch, white birch. Hypernyms (species): Fagales - order; Betulaceae - family; Betuloideae - subfamily; Betula - genus; Betula subg Betula papyrifera is a pioneer species; for example, it is frequently an early invader after fire in Black Spruce Boreal forests.  B. papyrifera requires high nutrients and sun exposure. The bark is highly weather-resistant. Often, the wood of a downed paper birch will rot away leaving the hollow bark intact. [3
An Betula papyrifera in uska species han Magnoliopsida nga ginhulagway ni Humphry Marshall.An Betula papyrifera in nahilalakip ha genus nga Betula, ngan familia nga Betulaceae Betula papyrifera 'Vancouver' has lush green leaves which turn a lovely deep golden-yellow in a good crisp autumn and can stay on the tree for a long time in the absence of strong winds or storms. The bark, once established is a handsome dark, nearly chocolate brown and peels in thin strips to reveal a lighter coloured bark underneath