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Noun1.Lithocarpus - tanbark oaks
hamamelid dicot genus - genus of mostly woody relatively primitive dicotyledonous flowering plants with flowers often unisexual and often borne in catkins
beech family, Fagaceae, family Fagaceae - chiefly monoecious trees and shrubs: beeches; chestnuts; oaks; genera Castanea, Castanopsis, Chrysolepis, Fagus, Lithocarpus, Nothofagus, Quercus
Lithocarpus densiflorus, tanbark oak - evergreen tree of the Pacific coast area having large leathery leaves; yields tanbark
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and Lithocarpus glabra, and sporadic deciduous broadleaved trees such as Stranvaesia davidiana and Carpinus cordata, and the forest floor is mainly covered with F.
Inhibitory potential of trilobatin from Lithocarpus poiystachyus Rehd against [alpha]-glucosidase and [alpha]-amylase linked to type 2 diabetes.
Phytophthora ramorum as the cause of extensive mortality of Quercus spp and Lithocarpus densiflorus in California.
Litsea elongata (Nees) Bentham & Hooker, Phoebe lanceolata (Nees) (Laurales: Lauraceae), Shorea robusta Gaertner (Malvales: Dipterocarpaceae), Lithocarpus edulis (Makino) Nakai (Fagales: Fagaceae), and Leucaena glauca L.
The typical climax community was Neolitsea chuii community, dominated by Neolitsea, Lithocarpus, Castanopsis, and Schima.
By 22 years after abandonment, forest succession had entered the shrub stage and tree species such as Lithocarpus glaber began to dominate the community.
2004), deciphering the fruit type evolution in Bornean Lithocarpus (Fagaceae) (Cannon and Manos, 2001), selected wild rice species (Jaranilla et al.
Lithocarpus densiflorus), a California Floristic Province (CFP) endemic (Nettel et al.
In both hemispheres, there were representatives of a pan-tropical Arcto-Tertiary flora in which many families were abundant, such as the Lauraceae (Laurus, Persea, Machilus, Cinnamomum); Anacardiaceae (Rhus, Pistacia); Theaceae (Camellia); Moraceae (Celtis, Morus, Brousonnetia); Hamamelidaceae (Hamamelis, Liquidambar); Aquifoliaceae (Ilex); Ericaceae (Arbutus, Gaulteria); Fagaceae (Castanea, Fagus, Nothofagus, Castanopsis, Lithocarpus, Quercus); Fabaceae (Albizia, Acacia, Robinia, Cercis); and Saxifragaceae (Ribes, Hydrangea).
lowii) were observed dispersing seeds from other species such as Lithocarpus spp.
Quercus lamellosa, Lithocarpus spicatus, Elaeocarpus lanceaefolius, Michilus edulis, Michelia spp.