Fagales


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to Fagales: order Fagales

Fagales

(fŏg-ā′lēs) [L. fagus, beech]
The order of trees and shrubs that includes alder, birch, and hazel. The pollen from such trees causes hay fever, principally in the early spring.
References in periodicals archive ?
The diversity of stamen structures in "Lower" Rosidae (Rosales, Fagales, Protcales, Sapindales).
World checklist and bibliography of Fagales. Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew.
Some notes on the endosperm and embryo development in Fagales and related orders.
Fagaceae is one family of Fagales with a high diversity of flavonoid structural types with low hydroxyl protection and when this happens it is by glycosylation.
Fagaceae, order Fagales, and Salix, of the family Salicaceae, order
On the other hand, the presence of aluminum hyperaccumulation is probably very rare, dubious, and more difficult to explain within the Fagales (Fagaceae, Juglandaceae), Rosales (Ulmaceae), Malvales (Dipterocarpaceae), and Sapindales (Rutaceae).
By the end of 2001 it was detected in Buenos Aires, in association with Monellia caryella (Fitch) (Hemiptera: Aphididae) on pecan, Carya illinoinensis (Fagales: Juglandaceae) (Saini 2004).
This coastal area is surrounded concentrically by tidal salt marsh vegetation at its edge, typical yaupon holly barrier island-type habitat moving inland, and has inner reaches populated by more upland species such as hickory (Carya spp.; Fagales: Juglandaceae).
The fourth experiment (exterior tree-canopy landscape II) was conducted in a similar manner in a ~15 m tall tree hedgerow of wild trees and shrubs including walnut [Juglans spp.; Fagales: Juglandaceae], tree of heaven [Ailanthus altissima (Mill.) Swingle; Sapindales: Simaroubaceae] and black locust [Robinia pseudoacacia L.: Fabales: Fabaceae].
It was described in association with different host species of Nothofagus (Fagales: Nothafagaceae): N.
The effect of plant leaf age on hopper acceptance was assessed using 5 plant species for which young and old leaves commonly occur simultaneously and are easily distinguished: laurel cherry, Prunus carolina Alton (Rosales: Rosaceae); hophornbeam, Ostrya virginiana (Mill.) K.Koch (Fagales: Betulaceae); peregrina, Jatropha integerrima Jacq.