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  • n. Plural form of mesophyte.

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Examples

  • Oak – hickory is the general forest type; undisturbed ravine vegetation is rich in mesophytes, such as beech and sugar maple.

    Ecoregions of the Mississippi Alluvial Plain (EPA)

  • While oak-hickory is the general forest type, some of the undisturbed bluff vegetation is rich in mesophytes, such as beech and sugar maple, with similarities to hardwood forests of eastern Tennessee.

    Ecoregions of Tennessee (EPA)

  • While oak-hickory forest is the general natural vegetation type, some of the undisturbed bluff vegetation is rich in mesophytes, such as beech (Fagus grandifolia) and maples (Acer spp.).

    Ecoregions of Mississippi (EPA)

  • Undisturbed ravine vegetation can be rich in mesophytes, such as beech and sugar maple.

    Ecoregions of Arkansas (EPA)

  • A forest of southern magnolia and beech, with a mix of other mesophytes, oaks, and hickories, is the general natural vegetation type.

    Ecoregions of Louisiana (EPA)

  • (_hydrophytes_), those that grow in medium soils (_mesophytes_), and those that grow in dry places (_xerophytes_).

    Studies of Trees

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