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Synonyms for Carya

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0 -- * Other includes: Carya illinoensis, Carya spp.
Carya Golf Club is open to golf lovers of any age and skill level.
FAMILY NAME: Carya ovata and various species of Carya of the Juglandaceae Family
Qian XY, Zheng HJ, Zhao WM (2010) Study on screening the excellent green manures under Carya cathayensis forest.
Top layers showed Quercus in high frequency, along with Carya and increases in Acer and Fagus, the beech-maple climax for Central Indiana (Otto 1938; Engelhardt 1959).
The remaining species were mostly in the 10-39 cm diameter classes, Carya texana Buckl.
at the Wake Commons Building at 4011 Carya Drive in Raleigh, NC.
Flint's Garry Houston missed the cut in the Turkish Airlines tournament on the Challenge Tour at the Carya Club in Antalya after rounds of 77-70.
The Alabama population is surrounded by an ecotone with many Quercus and Carya species in a dry oak/hickory forest with limestone outcroppings.
This applies to all hickories, including the pecan, which is often considered a different nut but is actually a related hickory, Carya illinoensis.
Freinkel is optimistic about the restoration of Castanea dentata but points out the difficulty of returning it to the forests which have since been taken-over and modified by Carya (hickory) and Quercus (oak) species in the intervening years.
Although the colt's dam, Carya, did not race, she is a three-parts sister to Kitza, who finished second in the Irish Oaks and the Irish 1,000 Guineas, and half-sister to Marouble, winner of the Norfolk Stakes.
Pecan is one of many commercially important Carya species native to the United States.
We will be pitiless with Carya, who was transformed into a walnut tree; and with Phyllis, who died for love and was turned into an almond tree; and with Cyparissus, who accidentally killed the deer who kept him company and in his pain asked the gods to change him into a cypress, the tree that always cries, the tree of the dead.
In the late spring and early summer, pollens are released by other allergenic trees, such as Juglans regia (walnut) and Carya illinoensis (pecan).