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Digital Leaf Book

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by: Sarah Bates Digital Leaf Book 1. Eastern Redbud 2. Paper Mulberry 3. Sweetgum 4. Southern Red Oak •Common Name: Southern Red Oak
•Scientific Name (Genus species): Quercus falcata
•Simple or Compound: Simple
•Palmate or Pinnate Venation: Pinnate
•Alternate or Opposite Arrangement: Alternate
•Where and when it was collected: Mr. Meredith's yard
5/6/13
•Human uses of the species’ wood: Used in construction, flooring, furniture, cabinets, doors, and various other things. 5. Pumpkin Ash 6. Water Oak 7. Ozark Chinkapin
•Common Name: Ozark Chinkapin
•Scientific Name (Genus species): Castanea ozarkensis
•Simple or Compound: Simple
•Palmate or Pinnate Venation: Pinnate
•Alternate or Opposite Arrangement: Alternate
•Where and when it was collected: School grounds
5/13/13
•Human uses of the species’ wood: Used to make fencing, barrels, furniture, and cupboards. 8. Eastern Red Ceder 9. Silver Maple 10. Red Maple 11. Bitternut Hickory 12. Post Oak
•Common Name: Post Oak
•Scientific Name (Genus species): Quercus stellata
•Simple or Compound: Simple
•Palmate or Pinnate Venation: Pinnate
•Alternate or Opposite Arrangement: Alternate
•Where and when it was collected: School grounds 5/13/13
•Human uses of the species’ wood: Used for posts, railroad ties, and fuel. 13. Pin Oak 14. Nutmeg Hickory 15. Bradford Pear 16. Dogwood 17. Bald Cypress 18. silk Tree •Common Name: Silk Tree or mimosa
•Scientific Name (Genus species): Albizia julibrissin
•Simple or Compound: Compound
•Palmate or Pinnate Venation: N/A
•Alternate or Opposite Arrangement: Alternate
•Where and when it was collected: School Grounds 5/13/13
•Human uses of the species’ wood: Used for canoes, tool handles, and various construction projects. 19. Blackjack Oak 20. Southern Magnolia •Common Name: Southern Magnolia
•Scientific Name (Genus species): Magnolia grandiflora
•Simple or Compound: Simple
•Palmate or Pinnate Venation: Pinnate
•Alternate or Opposite Arrangement: Alternate
•Where and when it was collected: My back yard
5/16/13
•Human uses of the species’ wood: Popular ornamental
and shade tree. •Common Name: Eastern Redbud
•Scientific Name (Genus species): Cercis canadensis
•Simple or Compound: Simple
•Palmate or Pinnate Venation: Palmate
•Alternate or Opposite Arrangement: Alternate
•Where and when it was collected: Mr. Meredith's yard
5/6/13
•Human uses of the species’ wood: Mostly for
ornamental use. •Common Name: Paper Mulberry
•Scientific Name (Genus species): Broussonetia papyrifera
•Simple or Compound: Simple
•Palmate or Pinnate Venation: Palmate
•Alternate or Opposite Arrangement: Alternate
•Where and when it was collected: Mr. Meredith's yard
5/6/13
•Human uses of the species’ wood: Used to
make high quality paper. •Common Name: Pumpkin Ash
•Scientific Name (Genus species): Franxinus profuda
•Simple or Compound: Compound
•Palmate or Pinnate Venation: Pinnate
•Alternate or Opposite Arrangement: Opposite
•Where and when it was collected: School grounds
5/13/13
•Human uses of the species’ wood: Used for fuel, tool handles, boxes and paper pulp. •Common Name: Water Oak
•Scientific Name (Genus species): Quercus nigra
•Simple or Compound: Simple
•Palmate or Pinnate Venation: Pinnate
•Alternate or Opposite Arrangement: Alternate
•Where and when it was collected: School grounds
5/13/13
•Human uses of the species’ wood: Mostly used for fuel.
•Common Name: Eastern Red Ceder
•Scientific Name (Genus species): Juniperus virginiana
•Simple or Compound: N/A
•Palmate or Pinnate Venation: N/A
•Alternate or Opposite Arrangement: Opposite
•Where and when it was collected: School grounds 5/13/13
•Human uses of the species’ wood: Used for fence posts, making closets, chests, and Christmas Trees.
•Common Name: Silver Maple
•Scientific Name (Genus species): Acer saccharinum
•Simple or Compound: Simple
•Palmate or Pinnate Venation: Palmate
•Alternate or Opposite Arrangement: Opposite
•Where and when it was collected: School grounds 5/13/13
•Human uses of the species’ wood: Used for paper pulp, musical instruments, furniture, cabinets, and flooring.
•Common Name: Red Maple
•Scientific Name (Genus species): Acer rubrum
•Simple or Compound: Simple
•Palmate or Pinnate Venation: Palmate
•Alternate or Opposite Arrangement: Opposite
•Where and when it was collected: School grounds
5/13/13
•Human uses of the species’ wood: Sometimes
used for furniture and making sugar.
•Common Name: Bitternut Hickory
•Scientific Name (Genus species): Carya cordiformis
•Simple or Compound: Compound
•Palmate or Pinnate Venation: Pinnate
•Alternate or Opposite Arrangement: Opposite
•Where and when it was collected: School grounds 5/13/13
•Human uses of the species’ wood: Used for making furniture, ladders, tool handles, and paneling. The wood is also used for smoking meat. •Common Name: Pin Oak
•Scientific Name (Genus species): Quercus palustris
•Simple or Compound: Simple
•Palmate or Pinnate Venation: Pinnate
•Alternate or Opposite Arrangement: Alternate
•Where and when it was collected: School grounds 5/13/13
•Human uses of the species’ wood: Used in general construction and firewood. Also used as an ornamental tree. •Common Name: Nutmeg Hickory
•Scientific Name (Genus species): Carya myristiciformis
•Simple or Compound: Compound
•Palmate or Pinnate Venation: Pinnate
•Alternate or Opposite Arrangement: Opposite
•Where and when it was collected: School grounds 5/13/13
•Human uses of the species’ wood: Not many commercial uses due to it being viewed as an inferior wood. •Common Name: Bradford Pear
•Scientific Name (Genus species): Pyrus calleryana
•Simple or Compound: Simple
•Palmate or Pinnate Venation: Pinnate
•Alternate or Opposite Arrangement: Alternate
•Where and when it was collected: School grounds 5/13/13
•Human uses of the species’ wood: Used in making musical instruments and furniture. Also used as an ornamental tree. Common Name: Dogwood
•Scientific Name (Genus species): Cornus florida
•Simple or Compound: Simple
•Palmate or Pinnate Venation: Pinnate
•Alternate or Opposite Arrangement: Opposite
•Where and when it was collected: School grounds 5/13/13
•Human uses of the species’ wood: Used for golf club heads, mallets, butchers blocks, and jeweler's boxes. Also used as an ornamental. •Common Name: Bald Cypress
•Scientific Name (Genus species): Taxodium distichum
•Simple or Compound: Compound
•Palmate or Pinnate Venation: N/A
•Alternate or Opposite Arrangement: Alternate
•Where and when it was collected: School grounds 5/13/13
•Human uses of the species’ wood: Used for wood carvings, shingles, and wall paneling. •Common Name: Blackjack Oak
•Scientific Name (Genus species): Quercus marilandica
•Simple or Compound: Simple
•Palmate or Pinnate Venation: Palmate
•Alternate or Opposite Arrangement: Alternate
•Where and when it was collected: My backyard 5/16/13
•Human uses of the species’ wood: Blackjack oaks are used as fuel for things such as barbeques because the wood produces high heat levels. •Common Name: American Sweetgum
•Scientific Name (Genus species): Liquidambar styraciflua
•Simple or Compound: Simple
•Palmate or Pinnate Venation: Palmate
•Alternate or Opposite Arrangement: Alternate
•Where and when it was collected: Mr. Meredith's yard
5/6/13
•Human uses of the species’ wood: Important wood
in the making of plywood. Also used to make
furniture, flooring, and wood pulp.
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