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Fagaceae


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Fagaceae

Fagaceae

Fagaceae

Morphological and Molecular Diversity Among Italian Populations of Quercus petraea (Fagaceae)

Mating Patterns of a Subdivided Population of the Andean Oak (Quercus humboldtii Bonpl., Fagaceae)

Mating Patterns of Black Oak Quercus velutina (Fagaceae) in a Missouri Oak-Hickory Forest

Clonal Growth and Fine-Scale Genetic Structure in Tanoak (Notholithocarpus densiflorus: Fagaceae)

Allozyme Variation of Cyclobalanopsis championii (Fagaceae), a Narrowly Distributed Species in Southern Taiwan

Apoplastic Solute Concentrations of Organic Acids and Mineral Nutrients in the Leaves of Several Fagaceae

Analysing Branching Pattern in Plantations of Young Red Oak Trees (Quercus rubra L., Fagaceae)

Non-Target Effects of Transgenic Blight-Resistant American Chestnut (Fagales: Fagaceae) on Insect Herbivores

Foliar Chemistry and Gypsy Moth, Lymantria dispar (L.), Herbivory on Pure American Chestnut, Castanea dentata (Fam: Fagaceae), and a Disease-Resistant Hybrid

Cynipidae (Hymenoptera: Cynipoidea) on Cyclobalanopsis (Fagaceae) in Mainland China, with the First Record of Sexual Generation of Cynipini in Winter

Variation in morphological traits in a recent hybrid zone between closely related Quercus liaotungensis and Q. mongolica (Fagaceae)

A new positive relationship between pCO2 and stomatal frequency in Quercus guyavifolia (Fagaceae): a potential proxy for palaeo-CO2 levels

Factors affecting stress tolerance in recalcitrant embryonic axes from seeds of four Quercus (Fagaceae) species native to the USA or China

Allozyme Variation of Populations of Castanopsis carlesii (Fagaceae) Revealing the Diversity Centres and Areas of the Greatest Divergence in Taiwan

Combining and Comparing Morphometric Shape Descriptors with a Molecular Phylogeny: The Case of Fruit Type Evolution in Bornean Lithocarpus (Fagaceae)

Comparison of Palaeobotanical Observations with Experimental Data on the Leaf Anatomy of Durmast Oak [ Quercus petraea (Fagaceae)] in Response to Environmental Change

 

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An important family of evergreen or deciduous trees in which the leaves are simple, with stipules. The flowers are unisexual, often borne in catkins, and are apetalous, with an inferior ovary. The fruit is a nut within a cupule, the fruits held in clusters of 1–4. Many of these trees yield valuable timber. There are 7 genera, including Castanea (sweet chestnut), Castanopsis, Fagus (beech), Lithocarpus, Nothofagus (southern beech), Quercus (oak), and Trigonobalanus, with about 1050 species, concentrated in the northern hemisphere and absent from Africa.

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry.


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