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Gambel oak see : Quercus gambelii Nutt.

Gangloff, Deborah, article, The Biggest Bur Oak 3:20-21

Gardener, Diana, R1:6

Garry oak see : Quercus garryana Dougl.

Gayle, Johnson article, Heavy Acorn Crop Leads to Intoxication in Missouri, 5:36-37

Georgia oak see : Quercus georgiana M.A. Curtis

Germination see : Acorn germination, see also individual species names

Giono, Jean, 2:8

Gleason, Henry, 4:20

Global warming, R1:11

Golden oaks see : Protobalanus (Trel.) A. Camus

Gonzales, S. article, Ecology of Oak Woodlands in the Sierra Madre Occidental of Mexico, 4:7-9

Gonzales, S. article, Management and Silvicultural Practices Applied to Pine-Oak Forest in Durango Mexico, 4:3-5

Gosser, Havey article, Heavy Acorn Crop Leads to Intoxication in Missouri, 5:36-37

Govaerts, R. & Frodin D.G., R1:30

Grafting hybrids, 3:12

Grafting Quercus (section) oaks, R1:14

Grafting, see also individual species names

Greenhouse effect, R1:11

Gregory, Stan, 2:4

Grey oak see : Quercus robur subsp. pedunculiflora (K. Koch) Menitsky

Griffin, James R. article, California Native Oaks: Past and Present, R1:40-49

Growing techniques, 4:24

Growth rate, 3:15, see also individual species names

Guerrero (Mexico) oak distribution, 4:8


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