common beech

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Synonyms for common beech

large European beech with minutely-toothed leaves

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A distinct rate peak was also found in poplar but not in common beech.
Common ash and especially silver poplar developed sufficient mechanisms to prevent further cavitation in stem wood, when most of the hydraulic conductivity was lost already, whereas Downey oak and common beech exhibited quite high AE rates after the first rate peak.
These results coincided with the drop in the water potential: whereas Downey oak and common beech reached quite negative water potentials between -5 and -4 MPa, water potentials of silver poplar and common ash did not drop below -2.
The high level of differentiation of cpDNA in the common beech ([G.
Further sampling should therefore emphasize the southern edge of the range of the common beech.
Note that Crimea constitutes an isolated pocket in the distribution of the common beech that overlaps with the distribution of a related beech species, F.
There are some specimens of the common ash, Fraxinus excelsior and Common Beech, Fagus sylvatica in our local woodlands but they are never as common as our wonderful oaks and birches.
Common beech, European beech, German, Danish, French, etc.
The best of the bunch is common beech, Fagus Sulvatica and this versatile hedging plant is far superior to the rapid growing Leylandii.
Two of the more notable beeches are the common beech or European beech (Fagus sylvatica) and the American beech (Fagus grandifolia, also known as Fagus ferruginea.
Both woods have movement in service once dry: American beech has moderate movement while common beech has large movement.