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Celtis occidentalis, commonly known as the Common hackberry, is a medium-size deciduous tree native to North America. It is also known as the nettletree, beaverwood, northern hackberry, and American hackberry Copyright Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License. See for details. Source: Wikipedia, Wikipedia

Hackberry (C. occidentalis), a tree native to the USA, grows 10-13 m in height.

Although C. tala was reported over 4 decades ago to be an important cause of hayfever in Argentina, affecting up to 44% of patients, very few studies have evaluated the significance of this tree pollen in allergy. C. occidentalis and other species of Celtis are generally included in decades-old lists of hayfever plants or of plants with potentially causing hayfever. The most important Hackberry for hayfever was reported to be C. occidentalis. Asthma has not been described in this connection Copyright Copyright © 2006 Phadia AB. Source: ImmunoCap, ImmunoCap

Basic Part Properties

Part Display Name
Hackberry tree (Celtis occidentalis)
Part Type
Component (Describes the core component or analyte measured)
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Construct for LOINC Short Name
Hackberry tree

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Tag Language Translation
zh-CN Chinese (China) 朴树
fr-CA French (Canada) Celtis occidentalis
et-EE Estonian (Estonia) Läänetseltis
es-ES Spanish (Spain) Celtis occidentalis
it-IT Italian (Italy) Celtis occidentalis
Synonyms: Bagolaro americano (Celtis occidentalis)
tr-TR Turkish (Turkey) Celtis occidentalis
ru-RU Russian (Russian Federation) Celtis occidentalis
Synonyms: Каркас западный (Celtis occidentalis)
nl-NL Dutch (Netherlands) Celtis occidentalis
Synonyms: zwepenboom
fr-BE French (Belgium) Celtis occidentalis
Synonyms: Micocoulier, t44