Indigenous Woody Plants of the Eastern United State_Frett_Date__022310

Indigenous Woody Plants of the Eastern United State_Frett_Date__022310

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Canopy trees continued 1. Quercus accutissima 1. Sawtooth Oak 1. 40’-60’ - light: sun-part 2. Nuts, fall color - soil: moist 3. - 4. Moist woodlands - escape 2. Notes: alternate, buds: clustered terminals, scaled. Bark: dark/light fissures on young bark. Leaves: long, similar to chestnut 2. Quercus alba 1. White Oak 1. 50’-80’ [100’] - light: sun 2. Nuts, fall color - soil: moist 3. Throughout - FACU 4. Moist woodlands - climax 2. Notes: massive “tree of life” buds: clustered terminals, dome shaped. Leaves: rounded lobes 3. Quercus bicolor 1. Swamp White Oak 1. 50’-60’ - light: sun 2. Nuts, fall color (gold) - soil: moist-wet 3. Throughout - FACW 4. Low woods, floodplains - climax 2. Notes: heavy stems. Buds: bristle appendage. Leaves: rounded, not deeply cut, obovate (wider above the middle) 4. Quercus coccinea 1. Scarlet Oak 1. 50’-70’ [100’] -light: sun 2. Nuts, fall color (red) - soil: moist-dry 3. Throughout - UPL 4. Dry woods - climax 2. Notes: Buds: scaled, light on top, dark on bottom, clustered, pyramid shaped
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2010 for the course PLSC 214 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Delaware.

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Indigenous Woody Plants of the Eastern United State_Frett_Date__022310

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