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Beech plants
:Seed plants (Spermatophyta)
:Bedecktsamer (Magnoliophyta)
:Dreifurchenpollen (Rosopsida)
:Rose something similar (Rosidae)
:Beech-well-behaved (Fagales)
:Beech plants
Scientific name
Fagaceae
EN
  • Beeches (Fagus)
  • Lithocarpus
  • Castanopsis
  • Colombobalanus
  • Edelkastanien (Castanea)
  • Chrysolepis
  • Oaks (Quercus)
  • Trigonobalanus

The beech plants (Fagaceae) are a family of the Bedecktsamer.

The family has 9 kinds with approximately 900 kinds, and is represented in the cold, climate zones kept at a moderate temperature and subtropical.

All representatives of the family are wood, trees or rarely bushes. The sheets are change constant and are present.

The blooms are in simple bloom conditions, which are called here together. All kinds are separately sexual, i.e. on a plant female and male blooms are present, the blooms of a sex sit to several in bloom conditions together. The fruits are it sit individually up to third (depending upon kind) in an axle cup, also Fruchtbecher or Cupula together mentioned. Therefore the family also (Cupulaceae) is called. The fruits are spread by animals. The polling spreading takes place via wind.

Many kinds have valuable wood.

Kinds

  • Beeches (Fagus)
  • Nothofagus
  • Lithocarpus
  • Castanopsis
  • Colombobalanus
  • Edelkastanien (Castanea)
  • Chrysolepis
  • Oaks (Quercus)
  • Trigonobalanus

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