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ILEX

abbreviation for INSTITUTE OF LEGAL EXECUTIVES.
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The role of climate change in the widespread mortality of holm oak in open woodlands of Southwestern Spain.
In the holm oak forest of altitude, training chrysalis began on 25 june, and the first flights were observed on July 6, a law lag of twenty days between the two stations.
indicate the presence of holm oak forests that would have been the expression of human impact at that time.
In this study, diffusional limitations to photosynthesis and spectral reflectance were evaluated in holm oak saplings subjected to water stress and subsequent water stress relief.
Size structure and regeneration of Spanish holm oak Quercus ilex forests and dehesas: effects of agroforestry use on their long-term sustainability.
Each day of events was rounded off with history displays and outdoor story-telling sessions under the castle's Holm oak tree.
CORNWALL: Cornish Collection (0845 365 1394) offers seven nights' self-catering from June 21 at Holm Oak Cottage (sleeping five) a mile inland from Looe for pounds 970, saving pounds 106.
The bulk of the acorn harvest comes from the holm oak (from November to February), but the season would be too short without the earlier harvests of Spanish and gall oak and the late cork oak season, which, between them, stretch the acorn-chomping period from September almost to April.
The magnificent evergreen Holm oak behind the police box and the cherry trees can still be seen.
A fungal disease called 'sudden oak death' which has killed 80 per cent of one oak species in the western US has been found for the first time in several British tree species including beech, and holm oak.
A recent study by Paoletti and Gellini (1993) describes the stomatal density variation in beech and holm oak leaves.
In this paper we review those aspects that are relevant to the development of a mechanistic ecological theory to account for the structure and dynamics of Mediterranean forests, focusing our attention on mixed forests of holm oak (Quercus ilex L.