Quercus alba

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Quercus alba,

n See oak.
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Diameter Classes (cm) Species 10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Quercus alba 12.
Of the large sand deposits within Illinois, only the Kankakee Sand Area Section of the Grand Prairie Natural Division has communities in which Quercus alba is common (Schwegman 1973).
The likelihood of successful seedling establishment from Quercus alba and Q.
Krog Occasional on the lower trunks of Quercus alba (#1688) and Q.
Stands averaged 90 trees/ha and were dominated by Quercus alba, followed by Q.
The five most common corticolous substrates were Quercus rubra with 20 lichen species, followed by Juglans nigra (15 species), Quercus alba and Celtis occidentalis (14 species) and Acer saccharinum (13 species).
The 1801 survey of Hocking County suggested that the dominant vegetation was composed of Quercus alba, Q.
Quercus alba (white oak) dominated the overstory and accounted for more than 65% of the importance value on both barrens.
Although a total of 27 tree species were included in the samples, in 1988, 80% of the relative density was contributed by only eight species; notably, Acer saccharum, Prunus serotina, Liriodendron tulipifera, Fagus grandifolia, Sassafras albidum, Fraxinus americana, Quercus rubra, and Quercus alba.
The white oaks include Quercus alba and the black oaks include the live oaks and the red oaks.
However, basal area calculations for this plot reveal that the basal area of Quercus alba (12 [m.