Australian New Crops Info 2014
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Listing of Interesting Plants of the World:

Quercus bicolor

Keywords

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Quercus bicolor (18), Quercus (7), Climate change (6), Disturbance (5), forest trees (5), Acer saccharinum (4), Diversity (4), Quercus macrocarpa (4), Quercus palustris (4), Brandies (3), Flooding (3), floodplain (3), Forest ecosystems (3), growth (3), host preference (3), Indiana (3), Internet resource (3), Missouri (3), New York (3), nutrients (3), palynology (3), Plant growth (3), Quercus alba (3), seedling growth (3), street trees (3), Tree growth (3), trees (3), Tuber aestivum (3), advection (2), adventitious root formation promotion - of difficult-to-root hardwood tree species (2), Allometric scaling theory (2), Antioxidant activity (2), best management practices.) (2), biodiversity (2), Chestnut wood (2), co-kriging (2), Competition (2), concentrated surface runoff (2), Container production (2), controllable factors affecting rooting - types of stem cutting and season of collection (2), cultivars (2), Dendroctonus (2), denitrification (2), Density management (2), dicotyledonous orders (2), Disturbance regime (2), Ecological diversity (2), ecosystem services (2), equations (2), erosion (2), European settlement (2), Flood inundation (2), floodplains (2), forested wetlands (2), genetic variation (2), genetics and physiology, and adventitious root formation - herbaceous and woody models of root formation (2), geophysics (2), giant stomata (2), hazel (2), hornbeam (2), Hylobius (2), Illinois (2), invasive species (2), Ips (2), ITS sequencing (2), Lacebark elm (2), Leptographium (2), life form (2), Little Ice Age (2), lowland forests (2), Maturation (2), Medieval Warm period (2), Mesophytic species (2), Metabolic scaling (2), Metabolic theory of ecology (2), Mycorrhiza (2), nitrogen cycle (2), North America (2), North American forests (2), Nutrition (2), Oak (2), Oak decline (2), Oak wood (2), paleoecology (2), Permanent plots (2), Phenolic content (2), Phragmites australis (2), planting (2), Plants (2), plant-water relations (2), Population dynamics (2), Principal Components Analysis (2), Quercus phellos (2), Quercus rubra (2), Redundancy analysis (2), Relative density (2), Riparian (2), riparian ecology (2), rivers/streams (2), rooting (2), sediment transport (2), shoots (2), soil (2), Soil fertility (2), Soil texture (2), stable isotopes (2), Succession (2), temperate climate (2), tidal marshes (2), tree water use (2), Tuber orchard (2), Typha angustifolia (2), Vegetation dynamics (2), winter hardiness (2), Wood specific gravity (2), “crop-weed complexes” (1), “dense regions of hyperdimentional space” (1), A Comparison of the ICBN and ICNCP (1), Acer freemanii (1), acorns (1), activated carbon (1), Ageing (1), Aggregation (1), agricultural land restoration (1), agroforestry (1), agronomic traits (1), alleles (1), allometry (1), alluvial soils (1), Ammonia (1), Anisota senatoria (1), Aphididae (1), aquatic macrophytes (1), Aroma compounds (1), Aroma profile (1), artificial regeneration (1), Bagging (1), bare root stock (1), Base level lowering (1), Bearing trees (1), Beech-maple (1), bending strength (1), benzyladenine (1), Betula nigra (1), Biogenic volatile organic compounds (BVOC) (1), biogeography (1), Bioinformatics (1), biological control (1), biomass (1), Biotechnologies (1), Birds (1), bog oak (1), Boreal forest (1), botany (1), Bottomland hardwood (1), bottomland hardwood restoration (1), bottomland soils (1), Bottomlands (1), branches (1), Brandy (1), Brief History of Nomenclature and Codes (1), Browsing (1), Bryopsida (1), bush capital (1), Ca/Mg ratio (1), Canada (1), Canberra's urban forest (1), carbon stable isotopes (1), Carex (1), CART (1), CCA (1), Central Hardwood Forests (1), Characterization (1), Chestnut (1), chloroplasts, deeply embedded in emergent leaf tissues (1), Classification and regression trees (1), Classification Philosophies in Wild and Cultivated Plants (1), Clearcutting (1), Climate (1), climatic factors (1), COINSPAN (1), Community composition (1), comparative analysis (1), Competitive interactions (1), Composition changes (1), Condition assessment (1), Coniferophyta (1), Connecticut (1), Conservation (1), conservation buffers (1), container-grown plants (1), corn (1), Corn Belt region (1), Created wetlands (1), Critical levels (1), Critical loads (1), Cryopreservation (1), culture media (1), Cynipidae (1), cytokinins (1), Deciduous forests (1), defoliation (1), Degradation (1), Delaware (1), Dendrochronology (1), diameter (1), discriminant analysis (1), Disease diagnosis (1), disease resistance (1), DISMUT (1), Disturbance gradient (1), drag (1), Drought resistance (1), Eastern North America (1), Eastern United States (1), Economics (1), Ecosystem classification (1), Ecosystems (1), ECS (1), Edge effect (1), edge effects (1), Effects (1), elevated CO2 (1), Emission rates (1), Evaluation (1), evapotranspiration (1), explants (1), extinction (1), fast- and slow-growing trees (1), ferns and fern allies (1), field crops (1), Fire ecology (1), Flatwoods (1), flood (1), flood disturbance (1), Flooding regime (1), flooding tolerance (1), floodplain vegetation (1), floristics (1), Fluxes (1), Forest community (1), forest dynamics (1), Forest fragmentation (1), forest genetics (1), Forest management (1), Forest simulation model (1), forest soils (1), forest stands (1), forest-wildlife relations (1), Fraxinus pennsylvanica (1), fresh water wetlands (1), Fundamental Differences in the Classification and Nomenclature of Cultivated and Wild Plants (1), Furanic derivatives (1), galls (1), garden city (1), gene flow (1), General Land Office (GLO) (1), genetic distance (1), Genetic resources (1), genotype (1), geographical distribution (1), geostatistics (1), Gleason & Cronquist (1991) (1), Glycine max (1), grain crops (1), Grapevines (1), growth rate (1), Growth, population (1), hazard trees (1), Headwater wetland (1), Historical ecology (1), Holland Land Company (1), Host association (1), host preferences (1), host-parasite relationships (1), HPLC method (1), Human disturbance (1), humid zones (1), hybrids (1), hydric soils (1), hydrophytes, biochemical through anaerobic glycolysis (1), in vitro regeneration (1), incidence (1), Index of biological integrity (IBI) (1), insect control (1), International Code of Botanical Nomenclature (ICBN) (1), International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants (ICNCP) (1), Internet resource AgSpace (1), Iowa (1), Isoprene (1), Juglans nigra (1), Kentucky (1), Kew Gardens (1), Land cover (1), land survey records (1), Landscape ecology (1), Large river (1), lawns and turf (1), leaching (1), Lead (1), leaf margin analysis (LMA) (1), leaf phenology (1), Lianas (1), Liquidambar styraciflua (1), lowland savanna (1), Magicicada (1), magnetic susceptibility (1), Magnoliophyta (1), Management strategies (1), mangroves, oxygen to roots via pneumatophores (1), Manual tending (1), mathematical models (1), Matrix model (1), measurement (1), methodology (1), Michigan (1), Micorrhizas (1), Microbial community structure (1), microclimate (1), micropropagation (1), microsatellite repeats (1), migration (1), Mississippi River (1), Missouri River (1), modulus of rupture (1), Mohlenbrock (1986) (1), Molecular markers (1), Monoterpenes (1), mortality (1), Mutagenesis (1), New England (1), new methods (1), NH4+ (1), nitrate-nitrogen (1), NO3– (1), nonlinearity (1), nonpoint source pollution (1), North American trees (1), northern hardwood forest (1), Nursery production method (1), nursery stock (1), nutrient management (1), oak trees (1), Oak-hickory (1), old and fossil wood (1), Old growth forest (1), Omics (1), Ordination (1), ornamental value (1), oviposition (1), oviposition preference (1), palaeobotany (1), parasitism (1), parasitoids (1), patents (1), Phalaris arundinacea (1), Phenolic acids (1), Phenolic aldehydes (1), phenology (1), Photosynthesis (1), Physiography (1), Pine (1), plant adaptations (1), plant architecture (1), plant biogeography (1), plant competition (1), Plant parasitic nematodes (1), Plant Science and Plant Products (1), Plant Variety Protection Act (PVPA) (1), Planted trees (1), planting stock (1), Platanus occidentalis (1), PLFA (1), pollen (1), Polypodiopsida (1), Population size structures (1), population structure (1), Predictive performance (1), pre-Euro-American settlement (1), presettlement forest (1), presettlement vegetation (1), principal component analysis (1), process-based model (1), process-based modeling (1), proprietory town (1), Public Land Survey (PLS) (1), pupae (1), Quercus acutissima (1), Quercus bicolor × Quercus robur (1), Quercus coccinea (1), Quercus falcata (1), Quercus imbricaria (1), Quercus montana (1), Quercus nigra (1), Quercus robur (1), Quercus spp. (1), Quercus stellata (1), Quercus velutina (1), Random Forest (1), Random Forests (1), Rare plants (1), Recommendations for a Universally Stable Crop Nomenclature through Changes and Use of the ICNCP (1), Recreation (1), Redox potential (1), Regression tree analysis (1), research and management (1), Response Function (1), restoration (1), Riparian buffer system (1), riparian buffers (1), Riparian forest (1), Ripley’s (1), risk assessment (1), Root armouring (1), Root Production Method (RPM) (1), sap flow (1), Sapflow (1), Saturniidae (1), savanna (1), Scale (1), Seed dispersal (1), Seedling survival (1), seedlings (1), seeds (1), Sensory profile (1), Sesquiterpenes (1), sexual reproduction (1), Shade-tolerance (1), shifting mosaic (1), silver nitrate (1), Site preparation (1), size (1), Small arms ranges (1), Soil bedding (1), soil chemical properties (1), Soil compaction (1), soil drainage (1), Soil ingestion (1), soil physical properties (1), soil water content (1), Somatic embryogenesis (1), soybeans (1), Spatial analysis (1), Spatial patterns (1), species (1), Species abundance model (1), Species composition (1), species differences (1), Species diversity (1), Species shifts (1), species’ distribution (1), Stand classification (1), Stand composition (1), Stand mortality (1), Stand ordination (1), stand structure (1), Statistics (1), stems (1), submerged category, underwater/few floating or emergent leaves (1), subsurface flow (1), Successional niche (1), Successional status (1), surface hydrology (1), surveyor's records (1), Survival (1), Sustainable use (1), Sweetgum (1), sycophilia dubia (1), synthetic floras (1), Temperate and boreal forests (1), temperate forests (1), temperate zones (1), temperature (1), tension zone (1), Terrestrial vegetation (1), Thidiazuron (1), Till plain (1), Toasting (1), Toasting level (1), transpiration (1), Transplanting (1), tree age (1), tree crown (1), tree damage (1), tree modeling (1), tree mortality (1), Tree ring analysis (1), tree roots (1), Tree species distributions (1), tree trunk (1), trees in soft, water-saturated soils, and further structural challenges (1), Tributary incision (1), Tuber uncinatum (1), Ulmus americana (1), Uniformity (1), United States (1), upright habit (1), uptake kinetics (1), urban areas (1), Urban parks (1), Urban soil (1), us00pp12673p2 (1), Validation (1), Vegetation (1), vegetation analysis (1), vegetation classification (1), Vegetation composition (1), vegetation mapping (1), vegetation reconstruction (1), Vegetation zonation (1), vegetation, one of the key attributes of wetlands (1), vegetation–site relationship (1), veteran or remarkable trees (1), vigor (1), Virginia (1), Volatiles (1), volunteer vegetation (1), water stress (1), water table fluctuations (1), watershed management (1), weight (1), western New York (1), wetland delineation (1), wetland plant indicators, FACW, FAC, FACU categories (1), wetland soils (1), wetland vegetation (1), wetland vegetation, and structural adaptations (1), wetland vegetation, four ecological categories (1), wetland vegetation, in distinct zones (1), wildlife habitats (1), wind speed (1), witness tree (1), Wood extracts (1), Woody species (1), Zea mays (1), zeatin (1)

 

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Grateful acknowledgment is made to the following: for plant names: Australian Plant Name Index, Australian National Herbarium http://www.anbg.gov.au/cpbr/databases/apni-search-full.html; ; The International Plant Names Index, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew/Harvard University Herbaria/Australian National Herbarium http://www.ipni.org/index.html; Plants Database, United States Department of Agriculture, National Resources Conservation Service http://plants.usda.gov/;DJ Mabberley (1997) The Plant Book, Cambridge University Press (Second Edition); JH Wiersma and B Leon (1999) World Economic Plants, CRC Press; RJ Hnatiuk (1990) Census of Australian Vascular Plants, Australian Government Publishing Service; for information: Science Direct http://www.sciencedirect.com/; Wiley Online Library http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/advanced/search; High Wire http://highwire.stanford.edu/cgi/search; Oxford Journals http://services.oxfordjournals.org/search.dtl; USDA National Agricultural Library http://agricola.nal.usda.gov/booleancube/booleancube_search_cit.html; for synonyms: The Plant List http://www.theplantlist.org/; for common names: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page; etc.


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