The Oaks of Cottonwood Creek Canyon

Buchanan, Tim
March 2007
International Oaks;Spring2007, Issue 18, p7
Academic Journal
The article provides information about the species origins of oaks by examining its hybrid population in the U.S. It is inferred that oak tree is a member of the Beech family and its scientific name is Quercus or Lithocarpus. The author averred that with the large population of oaks that if species was significantly presented in the hybrid population, its morphological features would be recognized


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