Black Willow Salix nigra Marsh.

@inproceedings{Silberhorn1996BlackWS,
  title={Black Willow Salix nigra Marsh.},
  author={G. Silberhorn},
  year={1996}
}
Baldcypress and Black Willow Growth Response to Contrasting Flood Regimes, Climate, and Competition, in the Atchafalaya Basin, Louisiana
....................................................................................................................................... vii CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTIONExpand
Development, growth, and biomass simulations of two common wetland tree species in Texas
TLDR
The purpose of this study is to use field-measured morphological measurement indices to develop and optimize tree growth parameters and growth curves using multi-model combination approach to improve tree biomass estimations. Expand
Responses of Plant Communities to Grazing in the Southwestern United States
Grazing by wild and domestic mammals can have small to large effects on plant communities, depending on characteristics of the particular community and of the type and intensity of grazing. The broadExpand
A dormancy extension technique for biotechnical streambank stabilization in warm regions
Researchers identified four challenges to applying biotechnical streambank stabilization in warm regions. These challenges are strongly correlated to plant dormancy and planting period. Prompted byExpand
Nonequilibrium dynamics of sedge meadows grazed by cattle in southern Wisconsin
TLDR
The progression of sedgemeadow to shrub carr may not be an inevitable outcome of succession but instead can be a consequence of past cattle grazing history, supporting non-equilibrium theory. Expand
Revegetation of prairie pothole wetlands in the mid-continental US: twelve years post-reflooding
TLDR
It appears that without significant seeding, planting and aftercare wetland restorations in fragmented landscapes have a low probability of resembling those that existed historically, as shown by TWINSPAN and graphical analysis. Expand
INVESTIGATING THE APPLICABILITY OF BIOTECHNICAL STREAMBANK STABILIZATION IN TEXAS
The Texas Department of Transportation has commonly utilized concrete and other non-biodegradable measures to stabilize stream channels throughout Texas. This research project investigated anExpand
Drought tolerance, xylem sap abscisic acid and stomatal conductance during soil drying: a comparison of young plants of four temperate deciduous angiosperms.
TLDR
Stomata were more sensitive to relative changes in [ABA] in drought-sensitive black walnut and black willow than in sugar maple and white oak, and increased ABA in the xylem sap was probably of root origin and provided a signal to the shoot of the water status of the roots. Expand