Brest (drevo)

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Brest
Poljski brest (Ulmus minor)
Poljski brest (Ulmus minor)
Znanstvena klasifikacija
Kraljestvo: Plantae (rastline)
Deblo: Magnoliophyta (kritosemenke)
Razred: Magnoliopsida (dvokaličnice)
Red: Rosales (šipkovci)
Družina: Ulmaceae (brestovke)
Rod: Ulmus
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Brest (znanstveno ime Ulmus) je rod dreves iz družine brestovk (Ulmaceae). To je drevo, ki zraste od 25 do 30 m višine.

Vrste[uredi | uredi kodo]

  • "Fosilne vrste"
    • Ulmus braunii
    • Ulmus brownellii
    • Ulmus californica
    • Ulmus carpinoides
    • Ulmus chaneyi
    • Ulmus cordifrons
    • Ulmus depranodonta
    • Ulmus eolaciniata
    • Ulmus minima
    • Ulmus minoensis
    • Ulmus miopumila
    • Ulmus montanensis
    • Ulmus moorei
    • Ulmus newberryi
    • Ulmus okanagenensis
    • Ulmus owyheensis
    • Ulmus pancidentata
    • Ulmus paucidentata
    • Ulmus protojaponica
    • Ulmus pseudolongifolia
    • Ulmus pseudosuberosa
    • Ulmus pyramidalis
    • Ulmus pseudopyramidalis
    • Ulmus rhamnifolia
    • Ulmus speciosa
    • Ulmus stuchlikii
    • Ulmus subparvifolia
    • Ulmus tenuiservis
    • Ulmus wardii

Reference o vrstah v rodu[uredi | uredi kodo]

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  • Bean, W. J. (1981). Trees and shrubs hardy in Great Britain, 7th edition. Murray, London.
  • Brasier, C. M. (1996). New horizons in Dutch elm disease control. Pages 20–28 in: Report on Forest Research, 1996. Forestry Commission. HMSO, London, UK.[1]
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