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ÍSLENSKA
beykihneta
ENSKA
beech mast
DANSKA
bog
SÆNSKA
bokollon
FRANSKA
faîne
ÞÝSKA
Buchecker
Svið
landbúnaður (plöntuheiti)
Dæmi
[is] Beykihnetur með hýði - Fagus silvatica L.
[en] Unhusked beech mast - Fagus silvatica L.

Skilgreining
[en] the fruit of the beech tree is known as beechnuts or mast and is found in small burrs that drop from the tree in autumn. It is small, roughly triangular and edible, with a bitter, astringent taste. They have a high enough fat content that they can be pressed for edible oil. Fresh from the tree, beech leaves are a fine salad vegetable, as sweet as a mild cabbage though much softer in texture (Wikipedia)

Rit
[is] Tilskipun ráðsins 1999/29/EB frá 22. apríl 1999 um óæskileg efni og óæskilegar afurðir í dýrafæðu

[en] Council Directive 1999/29/EC of 22 April 1999 on the undesirable substances and products in animal nutrition

Skjal nr.
31999L0029
Athugasemd
Hugtakið ,beech mast´ virðist hér notað um heilar beykihnetur, en það er einnig haft um beykihnetur sem liggja í mergð á jörðu niðri eftir mikið fræfall. Sjá t.d. þetta: Bumper seed or ''mast''

Beech trees generally seed every four to five years but weather conditions over the last two summers - a cool summer followed by a warm one - appear to have triggered a bumper seed or ''beech mast'' event. Intense and widespread flowering throughout North and South Island beech forests during spring and early summer has prompted the need for urgent action.
Past experience has shown that when a beech mast occurs, it leads to a dramatic rise in mice and rat populations, who feast on the plentiful seed all winter. A single female rat can potentially produce 10 offspring every eight weeks. (http://www.doc.govt.nz/conservation/native-plants/beech-forest/)

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