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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.
Wildwood also carries alder wood grilling papers, which provide a delicate and subtle smoky flavor, compared with the stronger essence that comes from cedar wraps.
The meat then rests for two to three days in the walk-in before being loaded into a smoker with pecan and alder woods, to cook for eight hours.
Instead, the mix of species, with the dominant trees being cypress, alder and oak, fits with a rare forest type now found on the coasts of North and South Carolina called the Atlantic Coastal Plain Blackwater Levee/Bar Forest.
Spurred by warmer growing seasons, such shrubby vegetation as alders and willows have crept uphill, replacing alpine tundra the sheep feed on.
The alder body helps him cop a Stevie Ray Vaughan-esque tone.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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