quercetum

quercetum

(kwɜːˈsiːtəm)
n
(Plants) a group of oak trees
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La vegetacion climax, un quercetum ilicis ha desaparecido bajo la accion del hombre, a la que han coadyuvado la marcada aridez del clima y las caracteristicas salinas o yesiferas de los suelos, que han dado paso a este matorral degradado.
La region se situa en el piso bioclimatico montano-supramediterraneo, dominado por la serie climacica del Quercetum rotundifoliae arenarietosum intrincati, donde Quercus ilex (encina o carrasca) se erige como el taxon dominante.
Especially suffered Poaceae, Cyperaceae, Artemisia, and Chenopodiaceae; constituents of thermophilous trees Quercetum mixtum and Picea disappeared from the pollen spectra.
Kahlschlag und Brand auf das Quercetum ilicis von Sud-Toskana, Italien.
Forest associations in all of three watersheds are as follows: Quercetum frainetto-cerris, Rud.
El Quercetum suberis en el limite nordoccidental de su area.
All the xerophytic Quercus coccifera communities in the Taurus are attached to Quercetum cocciferae association (Akman, 1995).
The content of broad-leaved pollen types, Quercetum mixtum (QM) up to 40% is higher than typical of Estonia (Laasimer 1965) even during their maximum in the Atlantic.
The pure stands of Quercus coccifera, mainly those without a significant cover of Carpinus orientalis, have been included in the Quercetum cocciferae community (Dafis, 1975), although this classification is rather old.