Note from the President

Jablonski, Eike
March 2005
International Oaks;Spring2005, Issue 16, p5
Academic Journal
Provides an overview of the articles published in the journal "International Oaks." Information about oaks; Discussion about the historical oaks in Belgium and Germany; Hybridization within the genus Quercus.


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