CHOSENIA ARBUTIFOLIA (syn. Salix arbutifolia Pall.) is a flowering
plant in the family
It is a deciduous , willow -like wind-pollinated tree generally reaching a height of 20-30 m with a columnar crown and grey-brown peeling bark . The leaves are 5-8 cm long and 1.5-2.3 cm broad, with a very finely serrated to nearly entire margin, and an acuminate apex. The flowers are aggregated in pendulous catkins 1–3 cm long; it is dioecious , with male and female flowers on separate trees. Chosenias are fast-growing pioneer trees on sand and pebble river banks.
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* ^ "Genus CHOSENIA". Taxonomy. UniProt. Retrieved 2010-02-04.
* ^ Skvortsov, A. K. 1957. Commentationes de morphologia et
systematica salicarum. IV. On the correct species epithet for
Chosenia. — Bot. mat. Gerb. Bot. in-ta AN SSSR 18: 42–47.
* ^ Flora of China:
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