Quercus suber


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Noun1.Quercus suber - medium-sized evergreen oak of southern Europe and northern Africa having thick corky bark that is periodically stripped to yield commercial corkQuercus suber - medium-sized evergreen oak of southern Europe and northern Africa having thick corky bark that is periodically stripped to yield commercial cork
oak tree, oak - a deciduous tree of the genus Quercus; has acorns and lobed leaves; "great oaks grow from little acorns"
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The aim of this research project is to study corticolous lichen flora on Quercus suber in the wetlands of El Kala National Park.
From North to South, the main formations are: Quercus coccifera in the littoral dunes, Quercus suber, the most common tree species, which extends from the wetlands to the massifs, and Quercus canariensis, found only in the fresh and humid upland forests [62].
Cork is a buoyant material made from the bark of a tree, the Quercus suber (the Cork Oak), which is native to southwest Europe and northwest Africa.
To Improve the structure of Quercus suber forests in order to reduce the impacts of fires, using new forestry techniques;
4048-93-25 Pinus halepensis 2 4048-93-27 Pinus halepensis 4048-93-28 Pinus halepensis 2 4048-93-41 Quercus suber 4048-93-63 Buxus sp.
2+])--released from ash after a wildfire in a plot dominated by Quercus suber and Pinus pinaster.
1) at July 30 2007 and affected an area of [+ or -]40, dominated by Pinus pinaster and Quercus suber trees.
The tree, Quercus suber, is not hardy in the British Isles apart from one or two sheltered west coast areas - I have seen a specimen growing in the Glasnevin Botanical Gardens in Dublin.
What connection does the tree Quercus suber have with the wine industry?
This paper addresses the impacts of the replacement of Quercus suber and Quercus ilex by Eucalyptus spp.
All of the studied areas are located within the climatic distribution regions for Quercus suber L.
Soil samples were collected from the top 50 cm (0-5, 5-10, 10-15, 15-20, 20-30, and 30-50 cm depths) from 3 adjacent sites carrying pasture and monocultures of Pinus radiata (radiata pine) and Quercus suber (cork oak) on a deep-surfaced yellow podzolic soil, and differences in soil pH and other soil chemical properties were examined.