A picture of Salix alba courtesy of Steve Hammonds


These are the sources from which the information of this webpage was gathered. They have been cited in APA format.

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Britton, N H. (1908). North American trees being descriptions and illustrations of the trees growing independently of cultivation in north America, north of Mexico, and the west indies. New York, NY: Henry Holt and Company.

Esatbeyoglu, T, Wray, V, & Winterhalter, P. 2010. Dimeric procyanidins: Screening for b1 to b8 and semisynthetic preparation of b3, b4, b6, and b8 from a polymeric procyanidin fraction of white willow bark (salix alba). Journal of agricultural and food chemistry, 58(13), 7820-7830.

Mitchell, Alan. (1974). Trees of Britain and northern Europe. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin Company.

Plants Profile for Salix alba 2011. <URL: http://plants.usda.gov/java/profile?symbol=SAAL2>. Accessed 1 March 2011.

Preston, R J. (1976). North American trees. Ames, IA: The Iowa State University Press.

Raiciu, A, Mihele, D, Ionita, C 2010. Antimicrobial activity of ribes nigrum, rosmarinus officinalis, betula pubescens, salix alba, vaccinium myrtillus gemoderivatives. Farmacia, 58(6), 735-748.

Sargent, C S. (1961). Manual of the trees of north America . New York, NY: Doer Publications, Inc.

White Willow <URL: http://www.greatvistachemicals.com/herbal-supplements/white-willow.html>. Acesseed 3 March 2011.

Willow Bark 2011. <URL: http://www.umm.edu/altmed/articles/willow-bark-000281.htm>. Accessed 28 February 2011.