Populus trichocarpa

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Noun1.Populus trichocarpa - cottonwood of western North America with dark green leaves shining above and rusty or silvery beneathPopulus trichocarpa - cottonwood of western North America with dark green leaves shining above and rusty or silvery beneath
cottonwood - any of several North American trees of the genus Populus having a tuft of cottony hairs on the seed
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DiFazio, "Characterization of microsatellites revealed by genomic sequencing of Populus trichocarpa," Canadian Journal of Forest Research, vol.
They typically nest in mature Black Cottonwood (Populus trichocarpa) trees (Cannings and others 1987) and roost and forage in adjacent coniferous habitat and meadows (Cannings and Davis 2007).
caespitosum, Vitis vinifera, Populus trichocarpa, Nicotiana tabacum, Arabidopsis thaliana, Pisum sativum, Sorghum bicolor and Zea mays in the amino acid level, were 89.44%, 89.36%, 88.97%, 80.03%, 79.72%, 78.41%, 77.72%, 76.10%, 74.33% and 73.94%, respectively (Fig.
Analysis of phenolics of Populus trichocarpa bud exudates by GC-MS.
Zabek and Prescott (2006) studied a hybrid poplar (Populus deltoides X Populus trichocarpa) in British Columbia to develop biomass equations and carbon sink values with 12- to 14-year-old trees.
Based on sequence alignments of the conserved regions of reported SOS1 genes from various plant sources (Theobroma cacao, EOY01238.1; Populus trichocarpa, XP_002315837.2; Ricinus communis, XP_002521897.1; Bruguiera gymnorrhiza, ADK91080.1), a set of degenerate primers (DP-F, DP-R; sequences given in Table 1) were designed and used for the amplification of core fragment of SOS1 from Kosteletzkya virginica.
Productivity, water-use efficiency and tolerance to moderate water deficit correlate in 33 poplar genotypes from a Populus deltoides x Populus trichocarpa F1 progeny.
Row clone 1 Populus nigra L.var.betulufolia 17/13 2 Populus nigra L.cv.56/32 3 Populus nigra L.cv.56/33 4 Populus nigra L.cv.56/72 5 Populus nigra L.cv.63/135 6 Populus nigra L.cv.42/53 7 Populus nigra L.cv.42/78 8 Populus nigra L.cv.47/3 9 Populus nigra L.cv.49/5 10 Populus nigra L.cv.44/9 11 Populus alba L.cv.44/9 12 Populus alba L.58.57 13 Populus simonii Carr.cv.20/38 14 Populus trichocarpa Torr.044/62 15 Populus ciliara Wall 319 Table 3: The annual fixed costs and the stationary and non-stationary continuous costs.
Since the whole-genome sequencing of Populus trichocarpa (Tuskan et al., 2006), the first sequenced tree genome, poplar has been established as an important model organism for genomic studies.
The scientists inserted this gene, previously discovered in California poplar (Populus trichocarpa), into the plum cultivar Bluebyrd to stimulate early and continual flowering.