Quercus mexicana - Wikipedia
Quercus mexicana Bonpl. Romero Rangel, S., E. C. Rojas Zenteno & M. L. Aguilar Enríquez. 2002. El género Quercus (Fagaceae) en ... Quercus mexicana is a Mexican species of trees in the beech family. It is widespread from Chiapas to Tamaulipas. Quercus ... Plantae Aequinoctiales 2: plate 82 drawing of Quercus mexicana photo of herbarium specimen collected in Nuevo León in 1991. ... Flora Novo-Galiciana: Fagaceae. Contributions from the University of Michigan Herbarium 12(1,3): 1-93 Bonpland, Aimé Jacques ...https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quercus_mexicana
BOTANIKA: Acta Societatis Botanicorum - 2009
Quercus (3) Quercus crassifolia (1) Quercus guyavifolia (1) Quercus robur (1) Quercus serrata (1) queretarensis (1) Queretaro ( ... Acta Botanica Mexicana (3) Acta Botánica Mexicana (1) Acta Palaeontologica Polonica (3) Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae (1 ... Fagaceae (1) Fagoideae (1) Fagus crenata (1) Fagus sylvatica (2) failure (1) falenopsis (1) faleonopsis (1) falisty (1) falling ... THE NEW KENOPHYTE IN POLAND - LEMNA MINUTA HUMB., BONPL. & KUNTH. * THE USE OF QUANTITATIVE CHARACTERS IN DETERMINATION OF ...http://hoya-polska.blogspot.com/2010/09/acta-societatis-botanicorum-2009.html
Nutrient cycling in a montane moist evergreen broad-leaved forest (Lithocarpus/Castanopsis association) in Ailao Mountains,...
This study was conducted at the Ailao Mountain National Natural Reserve (NNR) in natural vegetation described as: Lithocarpus xylocarpus/Castanopsis wattii (Oak /Chestnut association) forest. Study sites were located in the Xujiaba area of the reserve at an altitude of ~ 2450 m with slopes of 10-15 degrees. This type of forest is believed to be unique to the NEAR area. The forest is floristically characterized by multiple families and genera. It has two tall tree layers, a well-developed bamboo (Sinarundinaria nitida) layer and evergreen fern species. Bryophyte, ferns and lichen occur and abundant epiphytic bryophyte is present on tree boles.A number of important aspects of nutrient cycling, including patterns of biomass and nutrient accumulation; nutrient return in litterfall and release from decomposing leaf litter; annual nutrient uptake and retention, and nutrient input and output budgets through hydrological flux in natural Lithocarpus/Castanopsis forest in the reserve, were ...https://espace.curtin.edu.au/handle/20.500.11937/1200
Caracterización florístico-estructural de remanentes de bosques de Nothofagus alpina, Fagaceae, del área costera de Chile...
SAN MARTIN, JOSE. Floristic and vegetative structure of the Nothofagus alpina (Fagaceae) remanent forest of the Coastal Range, central Chile. Bosque (Valdivia) [online]. 2003, vol.24, n.1, pp.71-85. ISSN 0717-9200. http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0717-92002003000100006.. We studied the floristic and vegetative structure of the Nothofagus alpina (Fagaceae) "Rauli" forest stand in Copiulemu (latitude 36º 03 S; longitude 72º 38 W), at the northern extremity of Region VIII in the Coastal Range, central Chile. The floristic richness comprises 82 vascular species, 87.7% of which are native and distributed between the Pteridophyta (four species), the Gymnospermae (two species), and the Angiospermae, including Dicotyledoneae (62 species) and Monocotyledoneae (14 species). Trees and herbs dominate in the vertical layers, with a total of 25 species. Site diversity and postanthropic disturbance have produced a spatially heterogeneous distribution of the species. To determine the floristic ...http://www.scielo.cl/scielo.php?script=sci_abstract&pid=S0717-92002003000100006&lng=es&nrm=iso&tlng=en
Castanea sativa - Wikipedia
The raw nuts, though edible, have a skin which is astringent and unpleasant to eat when still moist; after drying for a time the thin skin loses its astringency but is still better removed to reach the white fruit underneath. Cooking dry in an oven or fire normally helps remove this skin. Chestnuts are traditionally roasted in their tough brown husks after removing the spiny cupules in which they grow on the tree, the husks being peeled off and discarded and the hot chestnuts dipped in salt before eating them. Roast chestnuts are traditionally sold in streets, markets and fairs by street vendors with mobile or static braziers.. The skin of raw peeled chestnuts can be relatively easily removed by quickly blanching the nuts after scoring them by a cross slit at the tufted end. Once cooked, chestnuts acquire a sweet flavour and a floury texture similar to the sweet potato. The cooked nuts can be used for stuffing poultry, as a vegetable or in nut roasts. They can also be used in confections, ...https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Castanea_sativa
City farming with Castanea sativa, the sweet, beautiful and delicious chestnut | Garden Design and Landscape Architecture
Lets hope the management of our natural resources lends the future some amusing antedotes like the following of French forest management practices:. "Louis XIV's minister Jean-Baptiste Colbert's oak forest at Tronçais, planted for the future use of the French Navy, matured as expected in the mid-19th century: "Colbert had thought of everything except the steamship," Fernand Braudel observed.". Here is the wiki perspective on modern forest management conundrums:. "Public perception of forest management has become controversial, with growing public concern over perceived mismanagement of the forest and increasing demands that forest land be managed for uses other than pure timber production, for example, indigenous rights, recreation, watershed management, and preservation of wilderness, waterways and wildlife habitat. Sharp disagreements over the role of forest fires, logging, motorized recreation and others drives debate while the public demand for wood products continues to increase.". ...http://www.gardenvisit.com/blog/city-farming-with-castania-sativa-the-sweet-chestnut/?replytocom=3535
Fagaceae - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The family Fagaceae, also called beech family, is a family of flowering plants. It comprises about 900 species of both evergreen and deciduous trees and shrubs, which are characterized by alternate simple leaves with pinnate venation, unisexual flowers in the form of catkins, and fruit in the form of nuts.. ...https://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fagaceae
Lithocarpus in Flora of China @ efloras.org
4. Lithocarpus Blume, Bijdr. 10: 526. 1826. 属 ke shu Pasania Oersted.. Trees or rarely shrubs, evergreen. Winter buds terminal, ovoid to ellipsoid, scales spirally imbricate. Stipules extrapetiolar. Leaves spirally arranged. Inflorescences male, female, or androgynous, in leaf axils toward base of branchlets or in a dense paniculate cluster on subterminal shoots, ± erect. Male inflorescences erect, simple or branched; flowers usually 3-5(-7) in dichasial clusters; perianth 4-6-lobed; stamens 10-12; rudimentary pistil small, enclosed by hairs. Female flowers solitary or in clusters of (2 or)3(-5), 1 or 2(or 3) well developed; perianth 6-lobed; staminodes 10-12; ovary 3(-6) loculed; styles (2 or)3(-5), (0.5-)1-2(-3) mm; stigmas a terminal pore. Cupules grouped together in cymes on rachis but often many aborted, corky, horny, woody, or crustaceous, completely or partly enclosing nut; bracts variously shaped. Nut 1 per cupule. Germination hypogeal; cotyledons flat-convex (although surface ...http://www.efloras.org/florataxon.aspx?flora_id=2&taxon_id=118733
中国科学院昆明植物研究所机构知识库(KIB OpenIR): Antioxidant activities of three dihydrochalcone glucosides from leaves of Lithocarpus...
Yang, WM; Liu, JK; Qin, XD; Wu, WL; Chen, ZH.Antioxidant activities of three dihydrochalcone glucosides from leaves of Lithocarpus pachyphyllus,ZEITSCHRIFT FUR NATURFORSCHUNG C-A JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCES,2004,59(7-8):481-484 ...http://ir.kib.ac.cn/handle/151853/14451
Chestnut trees - definition of chestnut trees by The Free Dictionary
Define chestnut trees. chestnut trees synonyms, chestnut trees pronunciation, chestnut trees translation, English dictionary definition of chestnut trees. chestnut American chestnut Castanea dentata n. 1. a. Any of several deciduous trees of the genus Castanea native to northern temperate regions, having...http://www.thefreedictionary.com/chestnut+trees
Time to scout for chestnut blight on European and Japanese hybrid cultivars | MSU Extension
There are few diseases of chestnut trees in North America. However, the one disease chestnut trees have, chestnut blight, is still thought of as one of the worst tree diseases in history.. Chestnut blight has killed more chestnut trees around the world than any other forest disease. The fungus that causes chestnut blight can be traced from China and Japan where it did not cause much disease when compared to North America and Europe where it killed several billion trees. More recently it was found in Australian chestnut orchards and they destroyed several orchards and thousands of trees to hopefully eradicate this disease.. Chestnut blight has the deserved reputation of being impossible to manage when growing chestnut blight-susceptible trees, such as American chestnut. The only species with resistance to the blight fungus are Chinese and Japanese chestnut trees. In Michigan, we primarily grow Chinese trees or European X Japanese hybrid cultivars. While the Chinese trees are chestnut ...http://msue.anr.msu.edu/news/time_to_scout_for_chestnut_blight_on_european_and_japanese_hybrid_cultivars
Early results from a pilot test of planting small American chesnut seedlings under a forest canopy | Treesearch
Successful development of American chestnut (Castanea dentata) hybrids that are resistant to chestnut blight (Cryphonectria parasitica) will require information about methods for effective and economical reintroduction of this species in forests of the southern Appalachian Mountains (Boucher 2000) American chestnut regenerates naturally from seedlings that become established and gradually accumulate beneath a closed tree canopy (Paillet and Rutter 1989, Billo 1998) Chestnut seedllings on a partially shaded forest floor gradually develop well-established root systems through successive sprouting and dieback episodes, and eventually will initiate rapid growth upon receiving additional light resulting from disturbance in the overstory canopy (Billo 1998, Palliet 2002). ...https://www.fs.usda.gov/treesearch/pubs/20295
Revitalization of the Majestic Chestnut: Chestnut Blight Disease
1. Adams, S. M. and Stephenson, S. L. 1983. A description of the vegetation on the south slopes of Peters Mountain, southwestern Virginia. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 110:18-23.. 2. Anagnostakis, S. L. 1977. Vegetative incompatibility in Endothia parasitica. Experimental Mycology 1:306-316.. 3. Anagnostakis, S. L. 1990. Improved chestnut tree condition maintained in two Connecticut plots after treatments with hypovirulent strains of the chestnut blight fungus. Forest Science 36:113-124.. 4. Anagnostakis, S. L. 1992. Measuring resistance of chestnut trees to chestnut blight. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 22:568-571.. 5. Anagnostakis, S. L. 1995. The Pathogens and Pests of Chestnuts. Pages 125-145 in: Advances in Botanical Research, vol. 21, J. H. Andrews and I Tommerup, eds. Academic Press, New York.. 6. Anagnostakis, S. L. 2001. American chestnut sprout survival with biological control of the chestnut-blight fungus population. Forest Ecology and Management (in press).. 7. ...https://www.apsnet.org/publications/apsnetfeatures/Pages/ChestnutBlightDisease.aspx
Consortium of Intermountain Herbaria - Fagaceae
Trees or shrubs , evergreen or deciduous, shrubs sometimes rhizomatous. Winter buds sessile, with few to many imbricate scales (2 valvate scales enclosing imbricate scales in Castanea ); terminal bud present or absent. Leaves alternate, spirally arranged, simple; stipules deciduous (usually), distinct, scarious; petiole present. Leaf blade lobed or unlobed, pinnately veined, margins serrate, dentate, or entire; surfaces usually pubescent, at least when young, sometimes with scales. Inflorescences unisexual or androgynous catkins; staminate and androgynous catkins spicate or capitate, rigid, flexible, or lax, consisting of few- to many-flowered clusters, bracts present or absent; pistillate catkins rigid or flexible, with 1-several spicately arranged, rarely solitary, terminal cupules bearing 1-3(-15 or more) pistillate flowers. Staminate flowers bracteate, bracts often caducous; sepals (3-)4-6(-8); stamens (3-)6-12(-18 or more); petals absent; anthers 2-locular, dehiscing by longitudinal slits, ...http://intermountainbiota.org/portal/taxa/index.php?taxauthid=1&taxon=FAGACEAE&cl=3105
IUFRO: 2.08.05 - Genetics of Quercus and Nothofagus / 2.08.00 - Hardwood improvement, culture and genetic resources / 2.00.00 -...
We are inviting you to join us for the upcoming international conference, IUFRO 2017 Genetics and Genomics of Fagaceae and Nothofagaceae. The participants will present and discuss the most recent findings and advances in the phylogenetics, genomics and conservation of the Fagaceae and Nothofagaceae families. This meeting will also serve as a platform for strengthening collaborations. The event will be hosted by Shanghai Chenshan Botanical Garden and Chenshan Plant Science Research Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and supported by The Center for Tree Science at The Morton Arboretum, U.S.A. and the International Union of Forest Research Organizations ...http://www.iufro.org/science/divisions/division-2/20000/20800/20805/
Castanea Old Town Hostel in Stockholm, Sweden | Hostel
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P OST O AK. C LASSIFICATION Kingdom: Plante Division: Magnoliophyta Class: Magnoliopisda Order: Fagales Family: Fagaceae Genus:...
S HAPE, F ORM, T YPE ~A mature Post Oak grows to be between 40 and 5 feet ~The tree has a spread that averages from 35 to 50 feet ~The tree has a course texture, slow growth rate, round shape and open density Figure 1http://slideplayer.com/slide/3533422/
Fagaceae | Dr M Goes Wild
Spring came late this year, jostling with glorious summer (while it lasted). Now, as temperatures drop and nights draw in, autumn makes its way centre-stage. Summer's legacy of sunshine (recall the heatwave?) seems rather fruitful in our countryside and a host of blackberries has now given way to a myriad acorns (2013 is looking like a mast year for oaks), haws (Hawthorn berries) ...http://drmgoeswild.com/tag/fagaceae/
Welcome to the famous Dave's Garden website. Join our friendly community that shares tips and ideas for gardens, along with seeds and plants.http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/b/Fagaceae/none/none/cultivar/80
Molecular Expressions: The Tree Collection - American Chestnut
This section discusses the Chestnut tree and illustrates digital images taken through the microscope of stained thin sections of wood cut from a sample tree.http://micro.magnet.fsu.edu/trees/pages/chestnut.html
Efficacy of a Cosmetic Material from Complex Extracts of Vaccinium spp., Phellinus linteus, Castanea crenata, and Cimicifuga...
아시안뷰티화장품학술지, Asian Journal of Beauty and Cosmetology, AJBC, 대학원, 화장품, 미용, 피부과학, 뷰티, 진학, 이미지http://e-ajbc.org/journal/view.php?number=1017
Joey Chestnut vs. Gyoza in L.A. - can you stomach this?
It's been written that because of Chestnut's recent dominance in food eating, his titles don't carry the same weight because of a diminishing competition base.. Six-time Nathan's winner Takeru Kobayashi had his streak ended with a loss to Chestnut in 2007, 66-63, to start the Chestnut Era - he then defeated Kobayashi in 2008 in overtime after they tied at 59 in "regulation," and Kobayashi hasn't been allowed back to the Nathan's event since because of an exclusivity contract dispute.. Matt Stonie has been his main foodie rival of late, even defeating him in several eateries. He won last year's gyoza throwdown with 323, in Chestnut's absence.. Chestnut insists that "lack of competition" argument is tough to swallow.. "That was a stupid article - the writer must have been a fan of Kobayashi," Chestnut said with some relish about how USA Today framed his latest hot dog-eating triumph, claiming an asterisk is now needed.. "The point is not that it's a weak field, but I'm getting better. Once I lost ...http://www.presstelegram.com/2017/08/25/joey-chestnut-vs-gyoza-in-la-can-you-stomach-this/
Oak Aphid and Powdery Mildew
Oak Aphid Myzocallis Castanicola, is an insect pest that causes significant problems for both European and North American oak species. Other trees in the Fagaceae family such as European Beech are prone to infestation, Fernleaf and Copper Beech cultivars are very susceptible, Chestnuts are also affected as well.. Oak aphids are small yellow elliptical insects that congregate on the leaf underside, they are also found on soft stems and young tip growth. The typical indicators to watch out for are increased European wasp and ant activity; both insects are attracted to the sugary secretion known as "Honeydew".. Another associated but secondary symptom is "Sooty Mould," a fungus which grows on the Honeydew secretions produced by this insect.. If left untreated trees will defoliate by late summer, feeding aphids cause significant damage to young leaves by piecing the leaf cuticle which contorts disfiguring the growth pattern.. ...http://www.elmsavers.com.au/factsheet/pests-and-diseases/oak-aphid-and-powdery-mildew
Tanoaks, Tannins and Tanning | Field Notes | North Coast Journal
What makes an oak tree an oak? Acorns, right? Almost right. The tanbark oak, or simply tanoak (Lithocarpus densiflora) is the single North American exception...https://www.northcoastjournal.com/humboldt/tanoaks-tannins-and-tanning/Content?oid=2166644
The family is readily recognisable in fruit. The distinctive cupules enclose one to three fruits, and the seed itself is usually surrounded by dense hairs coming from the endocarp. The outer surface of the wood is characteristically furrowed, and the he leaves are stipulate and usually spirally inserted, the petiole tends to have a swollen base, the blade is usually serrate and rather leathery, and the hairs are stellate or branched. Evolution: Divergence & Distribution. For more ages, see Xing et al. (2014) and X.-G. Xiang et al. (2014). The diversity of the family in the earlier Caenozoic was considerable (Manchester & Crane 1983: fruits very small, ?wind dispersed; Mindell et al. 2007; Kvacek 2008; Denk et al. 2012; Bouchal et al. 2014; Grímsson et al. 2015a: Eocene of W. Greenland). The later Cretaceous Protofagacea, with 6 tepals and 12 stamens (Herendeen et al. 1995), early Eocene Fagus scofieldii (Mindell et al. 2009) have fruits with a hairy endocarp, like most extant Fagaceae. For ...http://www.mobot.org/MOBOT/Research/Apweb/orders/fagalesweb.htm
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Whole Health Source: November 2009
I find perennial staple crops such as breadfruit very interesting, because they're much less destructive to soil quality than annual crops, and they're a breeze to maintain. I could walk into the backyard of the apartment I was renting and pick a breadfruit, soak it, throw it in the oven and I had something nutritious to eat in just over an hour. It's like picking a bag of potatoes right off a tree. Insects and birds didn't seem to like it at all, possibly because the raw fruit exudes a bitter, rubbery sap when damaged. Unfortunatley, breadfruit is a tropical plant. Temperate starchy staples that were exploited by native North Americans include the majestic American chestnut in the Appalachians, and acorns in the West. These are both more work than breadfruit to prepare, particularly acorns which must be extensively soaked to remove bitter tannins ...http://wholehealthsource.blogspot.com/2009/11/