Castanea dentata

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Related to Castanea dentata: Castanea mollissima, chestnut tree
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Noun1.Castanea dentata - large tree found from Maine to AlabamaCastanea dentata - large tree found from Maine to Alabama
Castanea, genus Castanea - chestnuts; chinkapins
chestnut tree, chestnut - any of several attractive deciduous trees yellow-brown in autumn; yield a hard wood and edible nuts in a prickly bur
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These correspond to when the Cryphonectria parasitica fungus moved through Pennsylvania and eliminated Castanea dentata (American chestnut) from the forest (DeCoster, 1995).
That tree was the American chestnut, Castanea dentata.
Cryphonectria parasitica is an introduced fungal pathogen responsible for the decline of the American chestnut, Castanea dentata.
1]) como componente adicional en medio base WPM en un estudio sobre el efecto de la adicion de los aminoacidos L-Glutamina y L-Asparagina, ademas de agentes modificadores del potencial osmotico del medio, sobre la maduracion de es de Castanea dentata (Marsh.
This book outlines the history of Castanea dentata after the establishment of European settlements on the North American continent.
Sadly, at the dawn of the 20th century, a fungus introduced on imported Chinese chestnut trees very nearly caused the extinction of the American chestnut, or Castanea dentata.
Ecology of Castanea dentata on the Cumberland Plateau of Kentucky and Tennessee.
Castanea dentata (American chestnut) was exposed to water deficits by allowing the substrate to dry via evapotranspiration.
The area lies in the transition hardwood zone (Westveld 1956), made up of a mixture of northern hardwoods such as Fagus grandifolia, Acer saccharum, and Betula alleghaniensis with Tsuga canadensis, Acer rubrum, Pinus strobus, and more southern species such as Quercus rubra and Castanea dentata.
Although relative density and dominance of species changed with land-uses, the species present in the forest remained the same from pre-European settlement period, except for the loss of Castanea dentata, which occurred on 6% of all section corners.