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Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle DESCRIPTION: Treeofheaven, also known as ailanthus, Chinese sumac, and stinking sumac, is a rapidly growing, deciduous tree in the mostly tropical quassia family (Simaroubaceae) Mature trees can reach 80 feet or more in height It has smooth stems with pale gray bark, twigs which

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle Trees and Shrubs Online

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle This species was described by Bean (B265, S69) and Krüssmann (K126) Although it makes a handsome tree, it has become well known as an invasive plant in many parts of the world The 27 m (086 m dbh) bole of Ailanthus altissima growing as a street tree in Bournemouth, Dorset, UK May 2017

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Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle World Agroforestry

Ailanthus altissima Simaroubaceae (Mill) Swingle tree of heaven TREE MANAGEMENT The tree can grow to 34 m in height during a 5month growing season Ailanthus is a prolific seeder but also spreads by root suckers and coppices readily Planting root cuttings

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle Common names Ailante in French Ailanto in Portuguese Ailanto in Italian Albero del Paradiso in Italian Arbol del cielo in Spanish Bożodrzew gruczołkowaty in Polish Cenuser in Romanian Chinasumac in English Chinese sumac in language

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle – neobiotalu

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle is a fastgrowing, lightdemanding and thermophilic pioneer tree species It grows best on nutrientrich soils and is very tolerant to dryness and air pollution It is mostly found in waste and disturbed areas, but can also invade different kinds of forest ecosystems, riparian areas, rock outcrops and semi

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Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle | Plants of the World

Accepted by Werier, D (2017) Catalogue of the Vascular plants of New York state Memoirs of the Torrey Botanical Club 27: 1542 Gilman, AV (2015)

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle — The Plant List

40 行· Mar 26, 2012· Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle is an accepted name This name is the

NAMESTATUSSOURCEDATE SUPPLIEDAilanthus altissima var altissimaSynonymTROAilanthus altissima var erythrocarpa (Carrière) RehSynonymWCSP (in review)Ailanthus altissima f erythrocarpa (Carrière) RehderSynonymWCSP (in review)Ailanthus altissima var leucoxyla BCDing & TBCSynonymWCSP (in review)查看wwwtheplantlist的所有40行

treeofheaven Ailanthus altissima (P Mill) Swingle

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TreeofHeaven | National Invasive Species Information Center

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle (ITIS) Common Name: Treeofheaven, Chinasumac, varnishtree Native To: China Date of US Introduction: Late 1700s Means of Introduction: Ornamental Impact: Crowds out native species; damages pavement and building foundations in urban areas Distribution / Maps / Survey Status

Plant Details – Tennessee Invasive Plant Council

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle Tree of Heaven Threat Level Category; Established: Tree: Similar Species More images of Ailanthus altissima Life History Ailanthus, also known as treeofheaven or Chinese sumac, is a persistent and aggressive weed throughout much of Europe and North America It belongs to the Simaroubaceae (Quassia

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle – neobiotalu

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle is a fastgrowing, lightdemanding and thermophilic pioneer tree species It grows best on nutrientrich soils and is very tolerant to dryness and air pollution It is mostly found in waste and disturbed areas, but can also invade different kinds of forest ecosystems, riparian areas, rock outcrops and semi

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle | Plants of the World

Accepted by Werier, D (2017) Catalogue of the Vascular plants of New York state Memoirs of the Torrey Botanical Club 27: 1542 Gilman, AV (2015)

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle

1 "Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle in Flora of China @ efloras" eFlora Missouri Botanical Garden, St Louis, MO & Harvard University Herbaria, Cambridge, MA, 2008 Web Accessed February 2018 2 "Gleason, Henry A & Cronquist, Arthur J 1991 Manual of vascular plants of northeastern United States and adjacent Canada lxxv + 910 pp"

(PDF) Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle – a terrible

According to DAISIE, (2009) Ailanthus altissima is one of the three taxa together with Ambrosia artemisiifolia and Robinia pseudacacia which are considered among the 100 most invasive alien species in Europe It is a major threat for many endemic,

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Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle World Agroforestry

Ailanthus altissima Simaroubaceae (Mill) Swingle tree of heaven TREE MANAGEMENT The tree can grow to 34 m in height during a 5month growing season Ailanthus is a prolific seeder but also spreads by root suckers and coppices readily Planting root cuttings of male trees would eliminate the seeding problem Root

Trees of Wisconsin: Ailanthus altissima, treeofheaven

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle treeofheaven Family: Simaroubaceae: tree: branch : The leaves of Ailanthus altissima are compound, alternate and large with numerous leafletswelldeveloped leaves usually exceed 30 cm in length with 13 or more leaflets The leaflets are each more than 1 cm broad and the margins are entire, or with a few

Plant Details – Tennessee Invasive Plant Council

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle Tree of Heaven Threat Level Category; Established: Tree: Similar Species More images of Ailanthus altissima Life History Ailanthus, also known as treeofheaven or Chinese sumac, is a persistent and aggressive weed throughout much of Europe and North America It belongs to the Simaroubaceae (Quassia

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle – neobiotalu

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle is a fastgrowing, lightdemanding and thermophilic pioneer tree species It grows best on nutrientrich soils and is very tolerant to dryness and air pollution It is mostly found in waste and disturbed areas, but can also invade different kinds of forest ecosystems, riparian areas, rock outcrops and semi

(PDF) Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle – a terrible

According to DAISIE, (2009) Ailanthus altissima is one of the three taxa together with Ambrosia artemisiifolia and Robinia pseudacacia which are considered among the 100 most invasive alien species in Europe It is a major threat for many endemic,

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Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle World Agroforestry

Ailanthus altissima Simaroubaceae (Mill) Swingle tree of heaven TREE MANAGEMENT The tree can grow to 34 m in height during a 5month growing season Ailanthus is a prolific seeder but also spreads by root suckers and coppices readily Planting root cuttings

Trees of Wisconsin: Ailanthus altissima, treeofheaven

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle treeofheaven Family: Simaroubaceae: tree: branch : The leaves of Ailanthus altissima are compound, alternate and large with numerous leafletswelldeveloped leaves usually exceed 30 cm in length with 13 or more leaflets The leaflets are each more than 1 cm broad and the margins are entire, or with a few

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle — The Plant List

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Ailanthus (family Simaroubaceae) The record derives from WCSP (in review) which reports it as an accepted name with original publication details: J Wash Acad Sci 6: 495 1916

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AILANTHUS ALTISSIMA (MILL) SWINGLE

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle vegetative undergrowth and interrow spacing W (А) and total row length L (Б); between row length L and interrow spacing width W (В) 1 – 95, 2 – 90, 3 – 80, 4 – 70, 5 –60, 6 – 50% spaces between rows

The Complete Chloroplast Genome Sequence of Tree of Heaven

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle (Simaroubaceae) is a deciduous tree widely distributed throughout temperate regions in China, hence suitable for genetic diversity and evolutionary studies Previous studies in A altissima have mainly focused on its biological activities, genetic di

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle, 1916 Ailante

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle, 1916 Ailante glanduleux, Faux vernis du Japon, Ailante, Ailanthe ( Français ) TreeofHeaven (Anglais) (Equisetopsida, Sapindales) Accéder aux 13860 données sur la répartition Sources des 188 jeux de données Espèce évaluée

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle – pajaseň žliazkatý

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle – pajaseň žliazkatý Rad: Sapindales Čeľaď: Simaroubaceae Zaradenie Invázny druh v zmysle zákona č 543/2002 Z z o ochrane prírody a krajiny v znení neskorších predpisov Fotodokumentácia: Ing Marta Mútňanová Opis druhu Pajaseň žliazkatý je dvojdomá drevina (strom), ktorá dorastá do výšky 20 až 25 metrov

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Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle FCBN

Biological flora of Central Europe: Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 8: 207­237De Feo V, De Martino L, Quaranta E, Pizza C 2003 Isolation of phytotoxic compounds from Tree­of­Heaven (Ailanthus altissima Swingle)

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle: FloraBase: Flora of

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle Tree of Heaven JWashAcadSci 6:495 (1916) Conservation Code: Not threatened Naturalised Status: Alien to Western Australia Name Status: Current Brief Description Amanda Spooner, Friday 3 October 1997 Suckering tree, to 8(25) m high Fl whiteyellowgreen, Nov

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Ailanthus altissima iesowsjrcecropa

Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle, known as tree of heaven, is native to China, but it can be found in several countries across Europe and North America TreeofHeaven is known as an invasive species that can rapidly spread onto disturbed sites or fragmented landscapes Description Tree of heaven (Ailanthus altissima (Mill) Swingle) is a short

treeofheaven, Ailanthus altissima Sapindales

Ailanthus altissima (P Mill) Swingle This species is Introduced in the United States States Counties Points List Species Info Overview Native to northeastern and central China Typically lives to 50 years old, though some specimens can live over 100 years The tree was brought to the US in 1784 as an ornamental and has been found in