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Walnut: Quiz


Question 1: The ________ (J. nigra) is a common species in its native eastern North America, and is also widely cultivated elsewhere.
Juglans nigraPhyllanthus emblicaHennaIndigofera tinctoria

Question 2: Interplanting walnut plantations with a nitrogen fixing plant such as Elaeagnus × ebbingei or Elaeagnus umbellata, and various ________ species results in a 30% increase in tree height and girth (Hemery 2001).
Alnus glutinosaBirchAlderAlnus rubra

Question 3: Walnuts are very attractive trees in parks and large ________.
Garden designGardenGardeningBagh (garden)

Question 4:
What kind of animal is a Walnut?

Question 5: Walnuts are considered to be a herb in ________.
Severe acute respiratory syndromePublic health-care in ChinaTraditional Chinese medicineHerbalism

Question 6:
What genus does Walnut belong to?

Question 7: Walnut husks are often used to create a rich yellow-brown to dark brown ________ that is used for dyeing fabric and for other purposes.
MordantAcid dyeDyeCochineal

Question 8: The 21 species in the genus range across the north temperate Old World from southeast Europe east to Japan, and more widely in the New World from southeast Canada west to California and south to ________.
BrazilChileArgentinaBuenos Aires

Question 9: It is believed to stop ________ and is prescribed to be taken between bouts of asthma, but not for acute asthma.
AsthmaHypersensitivity pneumonitisAllergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosisFarmer's lung

Question 10: the ________ case-bearers C. laticornella (recorded on J. nigra) and C. pruniella.
ColeophoraArtemisia (genus)LepidopteraColeophora striatipennella

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