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Know your ash from alder, your atropa belladonna from solanum nigrum?
Another common tree found west of the Cascades, the red alder is one of the most important hardwoods in the region, often taking over in areas that have been logged, or destroyed by landslide or fire.
This summer, Dickason rallied volunteers and students to cut a trail through the alders along Whittier Creek, an accessible place for a stroll.
After digitization, the virtual model was translated into reality by a team of Smithsonian model makers with the help of a CNC milling machine, which carved the replica out of alder wood.
The dressers were available in six colors: alder, black forest, white, weathered oak, walnut and ruby red, and retailed for about $60.
Imagine a landscape where redwood-like metasequoias towered over the hills; slim alder-like trees, ginkgos and vines dwelled at the forest margins; and lush ferns, cycads and horsetails packed the swamps.
To tag immune cells carrying receptors for alder pollen, the team added customized fluorescent proteins known as MHCII tetramers to the patients’ blood samples.
New Haven has a legislative services office that works with the board of alders.
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Origin and Etymology of alder
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of alder for English Language Learners
: a type of tree or shrub that grows in wet ground in some northern countries
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