W. R. Schroeder

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BACKGROUND Sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) is a hardy, fruit-producing plant known historically for its medicinal and nutraceutical properties. The most recognized product of sea buckthorn is its fruit oil, composed of seed oil that is rich in essential fatty acids, linoleic (18:2 ω-6) and α-linolenic (18:3 ω-3) acids, and pulp oil that contains(More)
Many small wetlands are scattered across the Canadian Prairies. These wetlands are often surrounded by a ring of phreatophytic shrubs, of which willows are the dominant genus. Even though many of these willow rings are currently degraded, due to the lack of disturbance factors such as prairie wild fires and bison herds, they are still of great value as a(More)
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