Vázquez, Francisco M.; Ramos, Soledad; Garcí, Susana
March 2004
International Oaks;Spring2004, Issue 15, p31
Academic Journal
qExamines the diversity of the oak flora of the Iberian Peninsula. Origin of the deciduous oaks; Association of the origin with glaciation; Varieties and forms of Iberian oaks.


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