Species

Populus alba x Populus tremula Populus (Species Group)

[ Viridiplantae | Streptophyta | Streptophytina | . . .
. . . | Salicaceae | Saliceae | Populus ]

Populus_alba_x_Populus_tremula Picture Source
Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Viridiplantae | Streptophyta | Streptophytina | Embryophyta | Tracheophyta | Euphyllophyta | Spermatophyta | Magnoliophyta | Mesangiospermae | eudicotyledons | Gunneridae | Pentapetalae | rosids | fabids | Malpighiales | Salicaceae | Saliceae | Populus
Synonym:Populus alba x tremula, Populus x canescens, Populus x canescens (Aiton) Sm., Populus tremula x Populus alba
Common:gray poplar
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Publication:
et. al. Right (2004)
Plant Biol (Stuttg) 6, 55-64. Down

Populus tremula Populus (Species Group)

[ Viridiplantae | Streptophyta | Streptophytina | . . .
. . . | Salicaceae | Saliceae | Populus ]

Populus_tremula Picture Source
Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Viridiplantae | Streptophyta | Streptophytina | Embryophyta | Tracheophyta | Euphyllophyta | Spermatophyta | Magnoliophyta | Mesangiospermae | eudicotyledons | Gunneridae | Pentapetalae | rosids | fabids | Malpighiales | Salicaceae | Saliceae | Populus
Synonym:Populus tremula L.
Common:European aspen (German: Zitter-Pappel, Espe)
Comment:Populus tremula is the European Aspen found in much of Europe and Asia. They grow to about 20 meters. It is dioecious and short lived.
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Populus tremula x Populus tremuloides Populus (Species Group)

[ Viridiplantae | Streptophyta | Streptophytina | . . .
. . . | Salicaceae | Saliceae | Populus ]

Populus_tremula_x_Populus_tremuloides Picture Source
Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Viridiplantae | Streptophyta | Streptophytina | Embryophyta | Tracheophyta | Euphyllophyta | Spermatophyta | Magnoliophyta | Mesangiospermae | eudicotyledons | Gunneridae | Pentapetalae | rosids | fabids | Malpighiales | Salicaceae | Saliceae | Populus
Comment:Hybrid Aspens between P. tremula and P. tremuloides are fast growing trees and have long vegetative period. They also develop fibers of narrow diameter and thin walls and so are preferred for making high density paper with smooth surface. Their white colored wood also helps in reducing the cost of paper production and is environmentally friendly.
Ncbi Go to NCBI Taxonomy (47664)
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Publication:
et. al. Right (2004)
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 101, 13951-6. Down

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