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wrongful acts, other than breach of contract, for which civil action may be taken.
elongated, tapering xylem cell adapted for the support and transport of water and elements.
see load-transfer line.
an electrical device for changing the voltage of alternating current.
movement of sugars in the phloem.
electric supply lines and associated structures used to transmit electricity from generating stations to the distribution network. Usually carry in excess of 69,000 volts.
water vapor loss through the stomata of leaves.
plant stress following transplant; characterized by reduced growth, wilting, dropping foliage, or death.
moving a plant to a new location.
woody perennial usually having one dominant trunk and a mature height greater than 5 meters (16 feet).
see dead-end grips.
|tree growth regulator (TGR)||
chemical that can be applied to trees that slows terminal growth by reducing cell elongation.
enclosed planting bed surrounding a tree, often within a paved area or adjacent to a street.
|tree protection zone (TPZ)||
defined area within which certain activities are prohibited or restricted to prevent or minimize potential injury to designated trees, especially during construction or development.
|tree protection zone barrier (TPZB)||
various devices, including fencing, berms, or signs, installed to limit access to tree protection zones (or similarly designated areas) during construction, development, or site disturbance.
tube placed around a tree seedling for protection and growth enhancement.
mechanical equipment to dig, transport, and replant trees with a sufficiently large volume of roots and soil.
set of methods for evaluating the breaking safety of tree trunks and the tipping (uprooting) safety or anchoring potential of tree root systems. Developed by Lothar Wessolly and G
(1) appraised, monetary value placed on a tree. (2) nonmonetary benefit(s) of a tree.
wall constructed around a tree to protect the trunk by maintaining the original grade between the trunk and the wall when the grade is raised by filling outside and behind the wall.
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