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Pace, Lenny article, Heavy Acorn Crop Leads to Intoxication in Missouri, 5:36-37

Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, R1:47

Palmer oak see: Quercus palmeri Engelm.

Palmer, E.J. hybridization, 3:4, 9

Penistan, M.J., R1:41

Peroxidase enzyme incompatability, R1:14

Philately, 3:28-31

Pin oak see : Quercus palustris Münchh.

Pitman, Robert, 5:24

Pittman, Lucky article, Heavy Acorn Crop Leads to Intoxication in Missouri, 5:36-37

Planting techniques, 3:14

Pollination long-range, 3:7

Post oak see : Quercus stellata Wangenh.

Progeny testing, 3:5; see also individual species names

Propagation, 3:12

Protobalanus (Trel.) A. Camus hybridization, 3:4

Protobalanus (Trel.) A. Camus R1:17, 40, 41

Protobalanus in Mexico, 4 :7

Pubescent oak see : Quercus pubescens Willd.

Puebla (Mexico) oak distribution, 4:8


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