pedunculate oak


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Related to pedunculate oak: Quercus robur, English oak, Sessile Oak

pedunculate oak


[From its acorns borne on stalks.]

pedunculate oak

n
(Plants) a large deciduous oak tree, Quercus robur, of Eurasia, having lobed leaves and stalked acorns. Also called: common oak
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Noun1.pedunculate oak - medium to large deciduous European oak having smooth leaves with rounded lobespedunculate oak - medium to large deciduous European oak having smooth leaves with rounded lobes; yields hard strong light-colored 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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The two main European oak species used for barrels are Quercus robur, also known as pedunculate oak, and Quercus petraea, also known as sessile oak.
Coring of 150 tree-ring samples of pedunculate oak (Quercus robur L.
These items, as well as more calorific foods, such as strobiles of Norway spruce, inflorescences of pedunculate oak (Quercus robur) and fruits of glossy buckthorn, have not previously been recorded in the diet of D.
Comparative study of genetic variation and differentiation of two pedunculate oak (Quercus robur) stands using microsatellite and allozyme loci.
The pulsation coefficients of diameter growth of pedunculate oak (Quercus robur L.
The Welsh logo differs slightly from the English party's emblem, the foliage appears thicker and taller, representative of the differences between the sessile oak and the pedunculate oak, which grows in eastern parts of Britain.
The 15 principle native species contained within the ancient woodlands of Britain are: Ash Beech Silver Birch Downy Birch Wild Cherry Wych Elm Hazel Holly Hornbeam Small-leaved Lime Large-leaved Lime Field Maple Pedunculate Oak Sessile Oak Wild Service Tree
The hypothesis of hybridization between sessile and pedunculate oak is supported by different kinds of observation: (1) the systematic finding, in mixed forests, of intermediate morphological forms (Gardiner 1970; Rushton 1978, 1979; Minihah and Rushton 1984; Semerikov et al.
The oaks of commercial value in Europe include Quercus petraea, which is also called sessile oak and durmast oak; and Quercus robur also known as English oak or pedunculate oak.
The results showed that sessile oak or Quercus petraea (27 samples) was richer in sweet triterpenes and poorer in the bitter one than pedunculate oak or Quercus robur (19 samples), with high inter-individual variations within species.