Fagus sylvatica


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Noun1.Fagus sylvatica - large European beech with minutely-toothed leavesFagus sylvatica - large European beech with minutely-toothed leaves; widely planted as an ornamental in North America
Fagus, genus Fagus - beeches
beech, beech tree - any of several large deciduous trees with rounded spreading crowns and smooth grey bark and small sweet edible triangular nuts enclosed in burs; north temperate regions
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Reaction Wood Drying Kinetics: Tension Wood In Fagus Sylvatica And Compression Wood In Picea Abies.
For a decorative hedge, try a tapestry mixture of green and copper beech with the occasional golden beech, Fagus sylvatica Zlatia.
2015: The fat dormouse, Glis glis, in Lithuania: living outside the range of the European beech, Fagus sylvatica.
The greater seedling high-light tolerance of Quercus robar over Fagus sylvatica is linked to a greater physiological plasticity.
The populations of trees, Fagus sylvatica among others, which currently exist in refugial areas, have a relic nature and have maintained part of their species variation, which was not greatly disturbed by the influence of the Pleistocene glaciations (Hazler & al.
In that region, the scale's original host is oriental beech (Fagus orientalis Lipsky; Fagales: Fagaceae), from which it appears to have spread or been moved into association with Fagus sylvatica L.
A Fagus sylvatica on Waterway has formed a burl to seal off a
Los valores de la resistencia al cizallamiento obtenidos se compararon con los establecidos por la norma europea UNE-EN-301 (2007), la cual establece los valores minimos de resistencia al cizallamiento de uniones encoladas de Fagus sylvatica de 10 MPa para la condicion normalizada ([A.
Aside from drainage and cleaning up the terrain, which I'm sure you've already accomplished, I have consistent success with the plant stem cell extracts from Fagus sylvatica for EBV and Tamarix gallica for the usually coincident CMV along with Rosa canina to take care of some other commonly associated herpes family viruses (HSV-1 and 2) and/or to potentiate the actions of Fagus and Tamarix.