Oak tree adaptation: Trees found to coordinate volume of acorns released each year in an effort to produce better reproductive results

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(Natural News) In some years, oaks, beeches, chestnuts, and other woodland trees produce huge numbers of seeds, and in others they are almost barren. This mysterious phenomenon, typically in oak trees, occurs at irregular intervals of five to 10 years. It is called “mast years” or simply mast, which affects the populations of various animals…

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