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  List of Quercus species - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Quercus lanata - Woolly-leaved oak # - Himalaya
Quercus leucotrichophora - Himalayan oak # - Himalaya
Quercus calliprinos - Palestine oak # - southwestern Asia
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_Quercus_species   (1158 words)

 Oak - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The genus is native to the northern hemisphere, and includes deciduous and evergreen species extending from cold latitudes to tropical Asia and America.
Some European and American oak species are used to make barrels where wine and other spirits are aged; the barrels, which are in some cases charred before use, contribute to the taste.
The wood of Quercus robur, the English oak and Quercus petraea, the Sessile oak, is extensively used in Europe.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Quercus   (999 words)

 Wikipedia: List of Quercus species
Quercus acuta - Japanese evergreen oak # - eastern Asia
Quercus glauca - Glaucous-leaf oak # - southeastern Asia
Quercus kerrii - Kerr's oak # - southeastern Asia
www.factbook.org /wikipedia/en/l/li/list_of_quercus_species.html   (758 words)

 Live oak
Live oak is a general term for a number of unrelated oaks in several different sections of the genus Quercus, that happen to share the character of evergreen foliage.
Evergreen oak species are also common in the warmer parts of Europe and Asia, and are included in this list for the sake of completeness.
These species, although not having 'live' in their common names in their countries of origin, are colloquially called 'live oaks' when cultivated in North America.
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 Species: Quercus rubra
Quercus maxima (Marsh.) Ashe SCS PLANT CODE : QURU COMMON NAMES : northern red oak red oak common red oak gray oak eastern red oak mountain red oak TAXONOMY : Northern red oak is a member of the red oak-fl oak subgenus (Erythrobalanus) within the order Fagales [11].
The currently accepted scientific name of northern red oak is Quercus rubra L. The epithet Q. rubra was formerly applied to several species of oak including the southern red oak (Q. falcata) [13,69].
In parts of Indiana, it is generally regarded as a midseral to late seral species in mesophytic forests and is often replaced by species such as sugar maple, Ohio buckeye (Aesculus glabra), shagbark hickory (Carya ovata), American beech, and white ash in climax stands [86,88].
www.fs.fed.us /database/feis/plants/tree/querub/all.html   (8482 words)

 Massachusetts List of Endangered
The rules and regulations and precise definitions relative to the establishment of the Commonwealth's list of endangered, threatened, and special concern species are set forth in 321 CMR 10.00 et seq.
Organization of the List - The list is generally organized according to the relationship of the listed species as determined by the science of taxonomy, which groups and categorizes species that are similar on the basis of shared evolutionary descent.
A species name index is provided after the list at 321 CMR 10.61 to assist the reader in finding species on the list.
www.mass.gov /dfwele/dfw/nhesp/nhrare.htm   (636 words)

 AllRefer - Species: Chestnut Oak | Quercus prinus > Species:
Quercus prinus was restored to chestnut oak by Fernald in 1950 [21,38].
The reason for the decrease is the inability of oak seedlings and sprouts to compete successfully with species that have invaded the oak forest understory in the absence of disturbance [62].
In three separate rankings, chestnut oak was listed as the most fire resistant of four oak species: scarlet, chestnut, fl, and white [69].
reference.allrefer.com /wildlife-plants-animals/plants/tree/quepri/all.html   (6015 words)

 Fagaceae   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Section Quercus (synonyms Lepidobalanus and Leucobalanus), the List of Quercus species Section Quercus of Europe, Asia and North America.
The bark of Quercus suber, or Cork oak, is used to produce wine stopper (plug)s (corks).
The leaves of oak are eaten by the larvae of Lepidoptera species such as Oak Hook-tip, Blotched Emerald, Common Emerald, November Moth and Pale November Moth.
read-and-go.hopto.org /Fagaceae   (861 words)

 List of reference tables Info - Encyclopedia WikiWhat.com
List of abbeys and priories: Ireland, England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland
List of mean centers of U.S. population during the 20th century
List of monasteries dissolved by Henry VIII of England
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 Oak - InfoSearchPoint.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The genus is native to the northern hemisphere, and includes deciduous and evergreen species extending from cold latitudes to tropical Asia.
Quercus canariensis - Algerian oak or Canary oak
Quercus ilex - Holm oak or evergreen oak
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 Trees of Wisconsin: Quercus palustris, pin oak
The underside of the leaf also tends to have conspicuous tufts of hairs in the axils of the lateral veins.
The acorns are generally smaller than the other species, but there is overlap in the dimensions.
Quercus palustris ranges from Arkansas and Missouri to Ohio and from North Carolina to New Jersey.
www.uwgb.edu /biodiversity/herbarium/trees/quepal01.htm   (179 words)

 AllRefer - Species: Bur Oak | Quercus macrocarpa > Species:
Bur oak hybridizes with numerous species including northern pin oak (Q. ellipsoidalis), white oak (Q. alba), swamp white oak (Q. bicolor), overcup oak (Q. lyrata), swamp chestnut oak (Q. michauxii), chinkapin oak (Q. muehlenbergii), post oak (Q. stellata), live oak (Q. virginiana), and Gambel oak (Q. gambelii) [19,20,35].
The degree of use shown by livestock and wildlife species for bur oak in North Dakota and Wyoming is [7]: ND WY Cattle Poor Poor Sheep Fair Fair Horses Poor Poor Pronghorn Fair Poor Bighorn ---- ---- Elk ---- Fair Mt.
Bur oak is a prominent constituent of oak-basswood (Quercus spp.-Tilia americana) forests, upland oak-hickory (Quercus macrocarpa, Q. borealis, Carya cordiformis, and Ostrya virginia) forests, mixed-oak communities (Quercus spp.), and is transitional to sugar maple-basswood (Acer saccharum-Tilia americana) communities of the upper Midwest [6,28].
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 Site Contents at the free Online Encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
List of Judicial Committees of the Privy Council & House of Lords cases
List of Latin and Greek words commonly used in systematic names
List of NATO reporting names for transport aircraft
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 Bonsai Species Guides Introduction
There are a large number of different species of trees that can be used for the practice of bonsai; nearly all share the characteristic of being able to produce new buds on old wood allowing continual pruning and re-generation to take place.
Some species are commonly seen such as the Elms, Junipers and Pines, others such as Grapevines, Tamarix and Hederas may be a rare occurrence but have their own characteristics and as equally valid.
This list is also by no means comprehensive; there will be species missing that have fantastic potential that remain unused or unheard of.
www.bonsai4me.com /SpeciesGuide/SpeciesIntro.html   (349 words)

 Ornamental Plants - Annual Reports and Research Reviews: Urban Foresters Will Need 20,000 Trees for the Year 2000
Table 1 lists all 127 species and cultivars on the survey form and how many plants were requested of each.
Knowing which species had low demand is as important to a producer as knowing which were in high demand.
Of the eight species of Acer that were heavily requested, four (Freemanii, platanoides, rubrum, and saccharum) have been commonly grown in Ohio while four (buergerianum, campestre, ginnala, and griseum) are less commonly grown.
ohioline.osu.edu /sc154/sc154_18.html   (2288 words)

 Quercus in Flora of North America @ efloras.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Quercus is without doubt one of the most important woody genera of the Northern Hemisphere.
Very few species require mature fruit for proper diagnosis; most can be adequately identified with a representative selection of mature sun leaves attached, if possible, to twigs with mature buds.
Protobalanus, biennial maturation may be mistaken for annual maturation because all of the species are fully evergreen, and often the twigs bearing fruit do not produce new growth in the second year after pollination.
www.efloras.org /florataxon.aspx?flora_id=1&taxon_id=127839   (1240 words)

 Host of the Month Archive
White fir is one of the top timber species found in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of CA and is a popular Christmas tree, as well as one of the most commonly grown native firs in Western gardens.
This species is susceptible to necrotic cankers, aphids and sooty mold, stem borers, and twig dieback in cold winters.
European Turkey oak is in the section Cerris, a division of the genus Quercus, that only includes Eurasian species; it is neither a white nor a red oak (see Quercus species list).
www.cnr.berkeley.edu /comtf/html/host_of_the_month_archive.html   (7678 words)

 Oak   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Oaks are found all over the world; many species are evergreen.
Of the North American oaks, the most prized of the red oak group for lumber, all of which is marketed as red oak regardless of the species of origin, is that of the northern red oak, Quercus rubra (aka Quercus borealis).
Quercus robur - English oak, pedunculate oak or truffle oak.
www.findword.org /oa/oak.html   (566 words)

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The Board revises the list of protected species every five years and completed its most recent revisions in 2004.
Illinois Endangered Species: Any species which is in danger of extinction as a breeding species in Illinois.
State Threatened Species: Any breeding species which is likely to become a state endangered species within the foreseeable future in Illinois.
dnr.state.il.us /espb/datelist.htm   (210 words)

 Oak - Psychology Central   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
image_caption = Foliage and acorns of Quercus robur
Image:Quercus stellata.jpg Hybrids are common in oaks, but only between species within the same section; no verified inter-section hybrids are known.
Image:5ec ger.png The oak is a common symbol of strength and endurance, and is the national tree of the United Kingdom, Germany and the United States.
psychcentral.com /psypsych/Oak   (1041 words)

 Species: Quercus palustris
There are four variants of the SAF cover type pin oak-sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua): white oak (Quercus alba)-pin oak-sweetgum, pin oak-American elm (Ulmus americana), pin oak-red maple (Acer rubrum), and pure pin oak [8].
Pin oak is an important species in greentree reservoirs (artificially flooded areas) that attract and provide food for migrating waterfowl [19,25].
Pin oak seedlings are classified as intermediate in tolerance to shallow flooding during the growing season [12,19].
www.fs.fed.us /database/feis/plants/tree/quepal/all.html   (2416 words)

 List of reference tables - Gurupedia
This is a list of reference tables, similar to the collection of reference tables found at the back of almanacs, dictionaries and encyclopedias (or an index of them, if they're scattered throughout the work).
List of cities that have been the birthplace of a genre of music
List of species in folklore and mythology (
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 TNC Invasive Species Initiative page
All of The Nature Conservancy's invasive plant species summaries can be downloaded here, including "Element Stewardship Abstracts" (or ESAs), which are particularly large, researched, and inclusive management summaries.
Note our disclaimer regarding lists of species resources on our web site.
Species which are either new to an area, or are showing alarming symptoms such as signs of signicant, new expansion.
tncweeds.ucdavis.edu /esadocs.html   (504 words)

 Glossary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Quercus (genus) myrtifolia (species epithet) for myrtle oak.
Thus, it is important to also include the genus name when giving the species epithet.
subspecies - A subdivision of a species, esp. a geographical or ecological subdivision.
susdl.fcla.edu /lfnh/currmat/Glossary.htm   (625 words)

 Bleaching Oak   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Thegenus is native to the northern hemisphere, and includes deciduous and evergreen species extending from cold latitudes to tropical Asia and America.
The "live aOk s" (oaks with evergreen leaves) are not a distinct group, instead with their members scattered amongthe sections below.
Section Quercus (synonym Lepidobalanus), the white Ouk s of Europe, Asia and North America.
www.super8filmmaking.com /tail/8214-bleaching-oak.html   (528 words)

 PLANTS Profile for Quercus prinus (chestnut oak) | USDA PLANTS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Quercus prinus L. Click on a thumbnail to view an image, or see all the Quercus thumbnails at the PLANTS Gallery
Quercus prinus L. View 6 genera in Fagaceae, 206 species in Quercus
Quercus prinus L. The synonym italicized and indented below is listed by the U.S. federal government or a state.
plants.usda.gov /java/profile?symbol=QUPR2   (229 words)

 Plant Species in the Oak-Maple Communities   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Gambel oak (Quercus gambelii) is the dominant type of vegetation throughout the altitudinal range of the canyon.
Both walls of the canyon support often nearly impenetrable oak in association with bigtooth maple (Acer grandidentatum), the latter growing chiefly in drainageways.
Few species thrive as understory with dense oak cover.
ecophys.biology.utah.edu /Red_Butte/vegetation/oak_maple_species.html   (244 words)

 List of reference tables : Lists
List of crewed space missions alphabetically by programme
List of rivers: Europe, Asia, Africa, Americas, CH
List of countries - see also: lists by country
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