Quercus prinus


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Synonyms for Quercus prinus

medium to large deciduous tree of the eastern United States

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In the tree stratum, dominant species based on importance values were Quercus prinus, Pinus echinata, P.
Dry ridge and dry slope ELTPs 10 and 20 of this LTA are dominated by Quercus prinus, and sites with Q.
Quercus prinus was not found in this area during sampling.
By 1997, fertilizer addition caused increases in height increments on both Quercus prinus and Q.
Moreover, fertilized Quercus prinus saplings had lower concentrations of condensed tannins in their foliage (Fig.
Back in America, Quercus prinus was better known as mountain or rock oak, after its preferred habitat; tanbark oak after its preferred use; and nowadays, chestnut oak after the shape of its leaves.
Regrowth of Quercus prinus and associated tree species following regeneration harvest in the Ozark Hills of Illinois.
3% Quercus prinus (2) Includes Quercus coccinea (3) QMD, quadratic mean diameter * Different letters indicate significantly different values TABLE 3.
342 110 pagadifolio, 1993 (*) Chestnut, Quercus prinus, 2000 221 144 Chinkapin, Quercus muehlenbergii, 258 110 1995 Chisos, Quercus graciliformis, 1982 65 66 Coast live, Quercus agrifolio, 1999 338 58 Darlington, Quercus hemisphaerica, 234 96 1992 Dunn, Quercus dunnii, 1995 (*) 83 37 Dunn, Quercus dunnii, 1995 (*) 85 35 Durand (typ.
Before conversion to grass in 1958, Kalmia latifolia, Rhododendron maximum, and Quercus prinus were the three most abundant woody species in WS6; when combined, they occupied 53.
pagodifolia, 1993 [*] 342 110 108 479 Chestnut, Quercus prinus, 1997 222 144 70 384 MULBERRY Black, Morus nigro, 1999 [delta] [+] Westminster, Carroll Co.
5% 10% Other 28% 6% The "other" category is comprised of the following 22 species listed in descending order by basal area of seedlings: Prunus serotina, Magnolia acuminata, Asimina triloba, Cornus florida, Nyssa sylvatica, Quercus velutina, Sassafras albidum, Magnolia tripetala, Cercis canadensis, Acer rubrum, Acer saccharum, Fraxinus americana, Carya tomentosa, Quercus rubra, Carpinus caroliniana, Carya ovata, Pinus virginiana, Quercus prinus, Betula lenta, Oxydendron arboreum, Amelanchier arborea, and Carya cordiformis