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A discriminant analysis of introgression between Quercus prinus L. and Quercus alba L.Author(s): F. Thomas Ledig; Robert W. Wilson; John W. Duffield; Gerald Maxwell
Source: Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 96(2):156-163
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThe natural hybrid between rock chestnut oak, Q. prinus, and white oak, Q. alba, was named Q. x saulii by Schneider (1904). The nomenclature used herein follows that of Little (1953). Q. x saulii is frequently identified throughout the area of sympatry of the parental species. It has occurred in Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, the District of Columbia, North Carolina, Illinois, and Alabama according to Sargent's Manual (1922) and in Virginia according to Allard (1949).
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CitationLedig, F. Thomas; Wilson, Robert W.; Duffield, John W.; Maxwell, Gerald. 1969. A discriminant analysis of introgression between Quercus prinus L. and Quercus alba L. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 96(2):156-163
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