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Question 1:
What divisio is Beech a part of?

Question 2:
What classis does Beech belong to?

Question 3: Beech was a late entrant to ________ after the last glaciation, and may have been restricted to basic soils in the south of England.
Great BritainUnited KingdomWalesScotland

Question 4: Beeches are also used as food plants by some species of ________ (see list of Lepidoptera that feed on beeches).
CallidulidaeChoreutidaeGalacticidaeLepidoptera

Question 5: Beech (Fagus) is a genus of ten species of deciduous trees in the family Fagaceae, native to temperate Europe, ________ and North America.
ContinentAsiaSingaporeMiddle East

Question 6: [11] The tallest and longest hedge in the world (according to the ________) is the Meikleour Beech Hedge in Meikleour, Perth and Kinross, Scotland.
NBA recordsMotorcycle land speed recordLand speed recordGuinness World Records

Question 7: The ________ are small single-sex (monoecious), the female flowers borne in pairs, the male flowers wind-pollinated catkins, produced in spring shortly after the new leaves appear.
SeedFruitFlowerFlowering plant

Question 8: The nuts are edible, though bitter (though not nearly as bitter as ________) with a high tannin content, and are called beechmast.
VitaminAcornOakMetabolism

Question 9: The beech most commonly grown as an ornamental tree is the ________ (Fagus sylvatica), widely cultivated in North America as well as its native Europe.
Fagus orientalisFagus sylvaticaOakPlant

Question 10: In North America, they often form Beech-Maple climax forests by partnering with the ________
Acer rubrumAcer pensylvanicumAcer saccharumAcer platanoides







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