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English oak

quercuspetraea, Q. robur.
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Dendrochronology of pedunculate oak (Quercus robur L.
Dendroclimatic signals of pedunculate oak (Quercus robur L.
Cercetari privind regenerarea naturala a gorunului si stejarului pedunculat in padurile de sleau de deal din Podisul Tarnavelor (Research on natural regeneration of sessile oak and pedunculate oak in mixed oak-dominated stands of Tarnavelor Hills).
The phase space of diameter growth for pedunculate oak [[phi].
Figure 3 shows a spatio-temporal shift in stand heights of pedunculate oak (Quercus robur L.
The density of the stand is homogeneous, though the relative densities of the two species follow the ecological gradient, with sessile oak more frequent in the upper part and pedunculate oak more frequent in the lower.
On the basis of the FDA, it was possible to identify two groups, composed of 221 and 186 seedlings of sessile and pedunculate oak, respectively [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 2 OMITTED].
13,20) The odorant and taste-active compounds seem not specific to either sessile or pedunculate oak, and the quantification of oak lactone or ellagitannins in wood samples does not allow discrimination between the oak species.
Both species were found in some forests (Troncais and Liffre), confirming that geographic origin is not in itself a relevant element to discriminate sessile and pedunculate oak.
The study site is covered by mixed forest stands dominated by 185-year-old pedunculate oak (Quercus robur), 180-year-old Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) and 135-year-old Norway spruce (Picea abies) (each accounting for approximately 25 % by tree volume) with birches (Betula pendula and B.
However, it is important to emphasize that the existence of carballeiras in zones with scarce summer precipitation is a factor that does not favour the development of the pedunculate oak (Timbal and Aussenac, 1996; Diaz-Maroto et al.
The roughly six hectare area of the international pilot site in the Kosching Forest was almost completely destroyed in 2007 by bark beetles, drought and Hurricane Kyrill, and replanted with approximately 36,000 young Pedunculate Oaks in 2008 as part of the research project.