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Michaeljerusale
Jerusalem, Bot.Garde
Israel

October 14, 2009
11:05 AM

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I wonder what is the significance of the annual ripening white oaks as opposed biennial of red oaks?. In this part of the world (the Near East) white oaks dominate in moist, cool temperate regions while the red oaks dominate in continental, warm and semi-arid regions, with witer rainfall.

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