By George A. Petrides

Детально охарактеризованы все дикорастущие деревья, кустарники и древесные лианы, обитающие к югу от Ньюфаундленда, к северу от Северной Каролины и Тенесси, к востоку от Дакоты и Канзаса. Охарактеризованы 646 вида, включая форму и расположение листьев, высоту, цвет, строение кроны, сезон цветения и плоды. Четкие рисунки показывают листья, цветы, силуэты деревьев и прочие характеристики.
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S. caspica Pallas 268. S. F. Fang 269. S. S. Hao 270. S. L. Chou et Skvortsov 271. S. C. Cheng ex G. Zhu 272. S. psammophila C. Wang et Chang Y. L. Chang et Skvortsov 273. S. L. Chang et Skvortsov Section Myrtilloides (Borrer) Andersson 5. S. fuscescens Andersson Section Glaucae Andersson 6. S. nakamurana Koidzumi Uncertain species 274. S. limprichtii Pax & Hoffmann 275. S. longissimipedicellaris N. Y. Mao C. Region of Japan (Ohashi, 2001) I. K. Schneider 1. S. cardiophylla Trautvetter II. Subgenus Chosenia (Nakai) H.

K. Schneider 157. S. K. Schneider 158. S. salwinensis Handel-Mazzetti ex Enander 159. S. psilostigma Andersson 160. S. F. D. Zhao 161. S. F. Fang 162. S. F. Fang 163. S. daltoniana Andersson 164. S. sikkimensis Andersson 165. S. nujiangensis N. Chao 166. S. bistyla Handel-Mazzetti 167. S. F. Fang et Chang Y. S. F. K. Skvortsov 168. S. inamoena Handel-Mazzetti 169. S. K. Schneider 170. S. K. Schneider 171. S. erioclada H. Leveille et Vaniot 172. S. K. Schneider 173. S. S. F. K. Skvortsov 174. S.

I. Dickmann and J. Kuzovkina Fig. 3. Leaves of Populus wilmattae (aka Populus cinnamomoides) first appear in the fossil record 58 million years BP. They are especially abundant in Eocene shales from the western USA and Europe. Photo by D. Dickmann. Aigeiros in the Mid-Miocene and Populus in the Mid-Pliocene. More work is needed to clarify these evolutionary relationships. Poplar trees or clones may be tall and straight (excurrent), multiply branched (deliquescent), twisted and contorted or, rarely, shrub-like in extreme environments.

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