The Oak (Ward)/Index

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INDEX.


Accessory shoots, 6.
Acorn, 4, 7, 10-23, 130; figs. 1-3.
Age of oak, 151.
Alburnum, 110, 136.
Annual rings, 95-108, 136.
Axis-cylinder, 24, 28, 32, 91; fig. 5.


Bark, 98, 111, 118-120; fig. 30.
Bast. See Phloëm.
Beech, 148, 151.
Biology of roots, 36.
Bud, 50, 72-76, 127; figs. 19, 32.
Burning of oak, 142.
Burrs, 7.


Cambium, 40, 52, 64, 92, 98, 100, 103, 111; figs. 9, 24.
Cattle, 155.
Cells, 15, 136.
Chlorophyll, 79, 85.
Cnethocampa, 154.
Common bundles, 47.
Coppice, 149.
Cork, 93, 116; figs. 17, 18.
Cortex, 52, 98; figs. 17, 18.
Cotyledons, 14, 130, 134; figs. 2, 3, 37.
Course of vascular bundles, 42-51, 68-71; figs. 10, 11.
Cultivation of oak, 147-152.
Cupule, 10, 124, 130.
Cynips, 153, 162; fig. 48.


Density of oak, 138.
Diseases of oak, 152-163.
Drainage, 153.
Dry-rot. See Merulius.
Durability of oak, 142.
Duramen, 109, 136.


Elasticity of oak, 140.
Embryo, 14.
Embryonic tissue, 17, 28, 41, 96; figs. 2, 6, 25.
Embryo-sac, 128; fig. 35.
Endodermis, 30, 32; fig. 5.
Epidermis, 16, 39, 41, 52.


Fertilization, 130.
Fibers, 60, 106, 108, 113, 136; fig. 16.
Flexibility of oak, 141.
Flowers of oak, 121; figs. 31, 32.
Folk-lore, 2, 3.
Fruit of oak, 10, 131.
Fundamental tissue, 16, 39.
Fungi, 96, 153, 156-163; figs. 25, 42-47.


Gall-insects, 161; fig. 48.
General description of oak, 5.
Germination, 10-23.
Growing-point, 37, 74, 96; figs. 6, 19.
Growth in thickness, 68, 91, 100-103.


Habit of oak, 150.
Hardness of oak, 141.
Heart-wood. See Duramen.
High forest, 147.
Honeysuckle, 155.
Hornbeam, 148.
Hydnum diversidens, 159; fig. 43.
Hymenomycetes, 157.
Hyphæ, 97, 157; fig. 25.
Hypocotyl, fig. 3.


Inflorescence of oak, 121; figs. 31, 32.
Injuries to which the oak is subject, 152-163.
Insects, 154.


Lammas shoots, 6, 74.
Leaf, 21, 76-88; figs. 20, 21, 22.
Leaf-trace, 47, 49, 69.
Lenticels, 114.
Loranthus europœus, 155; fig. 41.


Medullary rays, 34, 39, 48, 52, 54, 63, 95, 100, 104, 136; figs. 9, 12, 27, 38.
Menilius lacrymans, 160; figs. 46, 47.
Mesophyll, 76, 79, 81, 85; fig. 22.
Mistletoe, 155.
Mixed woods, 148.
Mycorhiza, 96; figs. 7, 25.


Nectria, 156.


Oak-apple, 163.
Oak-moth. See Tortrix.
Ovary, 124, 130; figs. 33, 34.
Overcrowding, 153.
Ovules, 125, 128; figs. 34, 35.


Parenchyma, 18.
Peculiarities of oak, 142.
Pericarp, 12, 131; figs. 2, 3, 37.
Pericycle, 30, 32; fig. 5.
Periderm, 93, 111, 117.
Perigone, 124.
Phellem. See Cork.
Phelloderm, 117.
Phellogen, 116.
Phloëm, 32, 40, 52-71, 92, 99, 103, 111; figs. 5, 6, 9, 17, 18, 24.
Phyllactinia, 156.
Phyllotaxis, 42, 47, 78, 122.
Physiology of roots, 35.
—— of leaf, 83-87, 91.
—— of stem, 90.
Piliferous layer, 24, 32, 91; figs. 5, 6.
Pith, 39, 52, 55, 98, 136; figs. 5, 12, 99.
Plasticity of roots, 35.
Plumule, 14, 21, 130; figs. 2, 3.
Pollen, 123, 128.
Pollination, 123, 126.
Polyporus dryadeus, 159; fig. 45.
—— igniarius, 159; fig. 44.
—— sulphureus, 159.
Primary root, 14, 22; fig. 3.
Primary shoot, 21, 39; fig. 4.
Procambium, 42.
Properties of oak, 136-146.
Proteids, 17, 18.
Protoplasm, 17.
Pure oak woods, 147.


Qualities of oak, 144; fig. 39.
Quercite, 18.
Quercus pedunculata, 7, 123, 138.
—— 'Robur, 7, 8.
—— sessiliflora, 7, 76, 138.


Radicle, 14, 130; figs. 2, 3.
Requirements of oak, 149.
Rocking of root, 20, 35.
Root-cap, 23, 25, 32; fig. 6.
Root-cortex, 24, 28, 32, 91; figs. 5, 6.
Root-hairs, 23, 28, 36, 82, 97; fig. 3.
Root-system, 38, 91-97.
Rosellinia, 153.


Sapling, 4, 89.
Sap wood. See Alburnum.
Scale-leaves, 21.
Secondary roots, 34; fig. 3.
Seed of oak, 10, 12, 132; figs. 36, 37.
Seed-coat. See Testa.
Seed-leaves. See Cotyledons.
Seed-trees, 149, 151.
Seedling, 4, 19-24, 89; fig. 3.
Sheath, fig. 5.
Shoot-axis, 22, 39, 75, 98; figs. 9, 26.
Shoot-system, 6, 39, 98-120.
Shrinkage of oak, 139.
Sieve-tubes, 32, 112.
Silver fir, 148.
Splitting of oak, 141.
Spruce, 148.
Stamen, 123.
Starch-grains, 17, 18, 87.
Stereum hirsutum, 159.
Stigma, 12, 123.
Stipules, 22, 74, 122, 127; figs. 4, 19, 32.
Stomata, 82; fig. 23.
Stores of food materials, 20, 88.
Structure of oak, 136.
—— of root, 24; fig. 5.
Swelling of oak, 140.


Tannin, 9, 17, 68, 135.
Technology of oak, 136-146.
Tenacity of oak, 140.
Testa, 13, 131; figs. 2, 3.
Thelephora Perdix, 159; fig. 42.
Timber, 8, 136-146; figs. 26, 38, 39.
Tissues, 17, 39.
Torsion of oak, 141.
Tortrix viridana, 154; fig. 40.
Tracheids, 60, 106, 108, 136; fig. 16.
Tree-killing fungi, 157.
Tyloses, 110; fig. 29.


Uses of oak, 143.


Vascular bundles, 11, 17, 18, 26, 41-51, 100; figs. 2, 3, 9, 10-12.
—— system, 51-71.
Venation of leaf, 49, 70, 76, 79; fig. 21.
Vessels, 30, 31, 40, 55-62, 90, 106, 108, 136; figs. 12-16, 38.


Water in oak, 139.
Winter state, 7.
Wood. See Xylem.
Wood-cells, 31, 62, 106; fig. 16.


Xylem, 30, 40, 52-71, 92, 100, 103, 111; figs. 5, 6, 9, 13-15, 24.


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