Quercus petraea


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Related to Quercus petraea: pedunculate oak, Durmast Oak, English oak
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Noun1.Quercus petraea - deciduous European oak valued for its tough elastic woodQuercus petraea - deciduous European oak valued for its tough elastic wood
white oak - any of numerous Old World and American oaks having 6 to 8 stamens in each floret, acorns that mature in one year and leaf veins that never extend beyond the margin of the leaf
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Acorns on the Quercus petraea sit directly on the branches, and sessile refers to sitting.
Canopy structure and light interception in Quercus petraea seedlings in relation to light regime and plant density.
Developmental changes in spatial distribution of in vivo fluorescence and epidermal UV absorbance over Quercus petraea leaves.
HOLOTYPE female, ROMANIA, Teleajen Subcarpathians (included in Curvature Subcarpathians), Sotriile village, Prahova County, Doftana Valley, N 45[degrees] 13' 39" E 25[degrees] 43' 44", 110-year old forest with Quercus petraea Liebl.
Within- and among tree variation in leaf morphology of Quercus petraea (Matt.
Our native oak tree, the Sessile or Durmast Oak, Quercus petraea, so called because its acorns do not usually have a stalk, is one of the most valuable trees in our environment, supporting hundreds of different species of fauna and giving our woods that feeling of permanence as you walk through them.
According to Sam Talarico of Talarico Hardwoods, Mohnton, PA, "It grows in about one out of every 500 Quercus robur and Quercus petraea oak trees in England and France.
2003), ya que se trata de bosques de cubierta practicamente total con un claro dominio del haya, que suele compartir, en mayor o menor medida, el nivel superior con otras especies arboreas (Acer pseudoplatanus, Betula alba, Castanea sativa, Corylus avellana, Crataegus monogyna, Frangula alnus, Ilex aquifolium, Prunus avium, Pyrus cordata, Quercus petraea, Q.
Harmer (1989) has found increased flushing by nitrogen treatments in Quercus petraea seedlings.