1. a genus of trees of the family Betulaceae (such as birches)
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  • The monkey forages on foliose lichen and the young leaves and shoots of trees like Betula spp. and Sorbus spp. Nujiang Langcang Gorge alpine conifer and mixed forests
  • The pioneer and sub-canopy species is Chinese paper birch Betula albo-sinensis with a low tree layer of maple Acer and linden Tilia species. Jiuzhaigou Valley Scenic and Historic Interest Area, China
  • Composition also includes a high mesophyl umbellate (Peucedanum morisonii) on chernozem soils with microphyllous deciduous woods (Betula pendula, Populus tremula). Kazakh upland
  • Principal forest species include Scots pine Pinus silvestris, Norway spruce Picea abies, hornbeam Carpinus betulus, little-leaved lime Tilia cordata, oak Quercus robur, sycamore Acer platanoides, maple Acer spp., ash Fraxinus excelsior, downy and white birch Betula pubescens and B. verrucosa, aspen Populus tremula and black alder Alnus glutinosa. Belovezhskaya Pushcha National Park, Belarus
  • Typical species are dwarf birch Betula nana, Arctic crowberry Empetrum nigrum ssp. hermaphroditum and Arctic blueberry Vaccinium uliginosum ssp. microphyllum. Ilulissat Icefjord, Denmark-Greenland
  • At this western periphery of the Eurasian taiga, forests are dominated by Pinus sylvestris, Picea abies, and Betula spp.
  • An overview of long-term effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration on the growth and physiology of birch (Betula pendula Roth.). Effects of climate change on the biodiversity of the Arctic
  • It is clear from historical documents and radial growth chronologies that the logging and windstorms that created stands of Castanea dentata and Betula, also released shade tolerant Tsuga canadensis into the canopy.
  • Rey and Jarvis [24] showed that young birch (Betula pendula) trees grown in an atmosphere with elevated CO2 levels had 58% more biomass than trees grown in ambient CO2 concentrations. Effects of climate change on the biodiversity of the Arctic
  • The birches (Betula L.) are common trees and shrubs of the boreal and north temperate zones of the Northern hemisphere.
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