Pedunculate Oak

Scientific name : Quercus robur
Other names: Azərbaycan dili: Yay palıdı , Български: Обикновен дъб , Bosanski: Hrast lužnjak , Català: Roure pènol , Česky: Dub letní , Dansk: Stilk-Eg , Deutsch: Stiel-Eiche , Esperanto: Tigfrukta kverko , Español: Roble común , Eesti: Harilik tamm , Basque: Haritz kandudun , Suomi: Metsätammi, tammi , Français: Chêne pédonculé , Hrvatski: Hrast lužnjak , Magyar: Kocsányos tölgy , Italiano: Farnia , 日本語: ヨーロッパナラ , Lietuviškai: Paprastasis ąžuolas , Latviešu: Parastais ozols , Nederlands: Zomereik , Norsk (nynorsk): Sommareik , Norsk: Sommereik , Polski: Dąb szypułkowy , Português: Carvalho-vermelho, Carvalho-roble, Carvalho-alvarinho , Română: Stejar , Русский: Дуб черешчатый , Slovenský: Dub letný , Slovenščina: Dob , Svenska: Ek , Türkçe: Saplı meşe

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Outside of the forests and parks that the English oak is usually found in, it can also be spotted on the copper-colored German euro cent coins. Medicinally, the oak bark contains tannins of the catechin variety, which are effective in ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer

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Pedunculate Oak

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