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

Quercus chrysolepis

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[Total number of keywords: 1165]

 

California (17), Quercus (16), Quercus chrysolepis (14), Sierra Nevada (13), Phytophthora ramorum (11), Invasive species (9), Spatial autocorrelation (9), Species distribution model (8), fire severity (7), Quercus kelloggii (7), Sudden Oak Death (7), Climate change (6), Douglas-fir (6), fire (6), fire suppression (6), Landscape epidemiology (6), model performance (6), Oregon (6), Quercus agrifolia (6), Quercus lobata (6), Tree mortality (6), Vegetation dynamics (6), Biscuit Fire (5), prescribed fire (5), Pseudotsuga menziesii (5), Seedlings (5), Aspect (4), birds (4), Bryophytes (4), forest (4), Forest carbon (4), forest management (4), microsatellites (4), Mixed conifer forest (4), Quercus douglasii (4), Riparian (4), roots (4), thinning (4), acorns (3), AFLP (3), Biogenic hydrocarbons (3), Chaparral (3), Fire ecology (3), fire regimes (3), Fuel treatment (3), functional traits (3), genetic structure (3), Genetic variation (3), Habitat selection (3), leaves (3), Lidar (3), Mortality (3), Oak mortality (3), Pacific Northwest (3), population structure (3), prescribed burn (3), Prescribed burning (3), Random forest analysis (3), reburn (3), resource selection function (3), species differences (3), Sprouting (3), Stand structure (3), Succession (3), Tree regeneration (3), wildfire (3), Abies concolor (2), air pollution (2), angiosperm (2), Arctostaphylos patula (2), Autocovariate (2), avian ecology (2), basal sprout (2), Biodiversity conservation (2), Biomass (2), Burn severity (2), BVOC (2), C4 plant (2), Canonical correspondence analysis (2), Canopy height (2), CHONSA (2), clonal growth (2), Clonal propagation (2), clones (2), CO2 (2), CO2 sensors (2), Coast redwood (2), coasts (2), Community ordination (2), Constrained ordination (2), Cryptogams (2), cyclic disease patterns (2), decomposition (2), Density (2), DESDynI (2), determinants of plant community diversity and structure (2), discrete choice (2), Disturbance ecology (2), dry deposition (2), Early detection (2), Early-seral (2), Ecological restoration (2), Ecological succession (2), Ecological-niche factor analysis (2), evolution (2), Fire effects (2), Fire exclusion (2), fire regime (2), fire temperature (2), flammability (2), Footprint diameter (2), Forest inventory (2), forest structure (2), forest trees (2), forest vegetation (2), Fuel reduction (2), Gaps (2), genetic differentiation (2), geographical foci (2), Geostatistical regression (2), Goldspotted oak borer (2), Gradient analysis (2), Gradient nearest neighbour (2), Greenhouse gas inventories (2), Herbaceous (2), Holocene (2), homoplasy (2), ICESat-II (2), Indigenous exotic species (2), Initial floristics (2), invasive organism (2), isozymes (2), Joseph Grinnell (2), kinship coefficient (2), Klamath Mountains (2), kNN (2), Land use legacy (2), Landscape disease pattern (2), Landscape mosaics (2), Landscape scenario analysis (2), leaf length (2), Lidar waveform simulation (2), Life history traits (2), Life-form (2), Lithocarpus densiflora (2), litter (2), Little Ice Age (2), Managed forests (2), Maxent (2), Mediterranean forest (2), Mediterranean plant communities (2), microsatellite (2), mitochondrial gene (2), Mixed conifer forests (2), Mixed evergreen forest (2), Mixed severity fire (2), mixed-coniferous forests (2), Mixed-species plantings (2), molecular diagnostics (2), molecular evolutionary rate (2), Monsoon (2), Monte Carlo analysis (2), mule deer (2), Multi-criteria evaluation (2), national forests (2), network analysis (2), nitrate reductase (2), nitric acid (2), nitrogen (2), nitrogen content (2), non-equilibrium (2), northern spotted owl (2), Oak woodland (2), Odocoileus hemionus (2), Off-nadir pointing (2), oomycete (2), Packrat midden (2), persistence (2), Phloem/xylem borer (2), phylogeny (2), Pinus monticola (2), Pinus ponderosa (2), Plague activity (2), Plant community (2), plant pathogen (2), plant population and community dynamics (2), Plantation management (2), Pleistocene (2), pollination (2), Positive feedbacks (2), potential distribution (2), predation (2), Principal component analysis (2), PRISM (2), proficiency panels (2), Quercus ilex (2), Quercus robur (2), QuickBird (2), rain pulse (2), ramorum branch dieback (2), Recruitment (2), Regeneration (2), Relay floristics (2), reproduction (2), Reproductive success (2), Riparian trees (2), riparian vegetation (2), risk assessment (2), Robust model (2), rosids (2), RSF (2), seasonality (2), sentinel species (2), sexual dimorphism (2), Shrub removal (2), Site conditions (2), site factors (2), Size structure (2), soil respiration (2), Sonoran Desert (2), Southern California (2), southern Sierra Nevada (2), Spaceborne lidar (2), spatial eigenvector mapping (2), spatial genetic structure (2), spatial segregation (2), Species distribution modelling (2), Species distribution models (2), species distributions (2), Species diversity (2), species range shifts (2), stand characteristics (2), stand density (2), Strix occidentalis caurina (2), Structural complexity (2), Subarctic (2), temperature independent (2), Thornthwaite method (2), time series analysis (2), top-kill (2), Tree demography (2), trend surface (2), Tsuga mertensiana (2), valley oak (2), variation (2), Vegetation removal (2), virtual species (2), wavelet analysis (2), wavelet coherence (2), weather (2), western USA (2), wireless sensors (2), Woody species (2), Yellow pine forests (2),  amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) (1), adaptation (1), adventitious shoots (1), aerial photo fire mapping (1), Age structure (1), Age-classes (1), Agroforestry use (1), Alnus rhombifolia (1), Ambrosia and bark beetles (1), Amino acid (1), analysis of molecular variance (1), Ancient genes that have been recruited for symbiotic purposes (1), Anon. (1993) for conifers (1), Anthropogenic (1), áreas sin caminos (1), Argentina (1), asexual reproduction (1), attraction (1), Avian (1), Bark beetles (1), Betula (1), Betula papyrifera (paper birch) (1), Big Sur (1), bighorn sheep (1), Biogenic emissions (1), biogeography (1), biological production (1), biomass production (1), biomes (1), bog oak (1), Braun-Blanquet approach (1), Breeding biology (1), breeding system (1), Bromus tectorum (1), brush control (1), Bulk density (1), Burden (1), Buried soils (1), California spotted owl (1), Calocedrus decurrens (1), cankers (plants) (1), Canonical correlation analysis (1), Canopy (1), Canopy gap (1), Canopy gaps (1), captures (1), carbon dioxide (1), Carbon loads (1), categorical data (1), Cavity-nesting birds (1), ceanothus cuneatus (1), Cedar fire (1), Chamaecrista fasciculata (1), channel morphology (1), character correlation (1), chemical constituents of plants (1), Chronosequences (1), Classification tree (1), clearcutting (1), Clethrionomys californicus (1), climate (1), climatic factors (1), Climax forest (1), clonal diversity (1), clonal reproduction (1), coalescent analysis (1), coast live oak (1), Coastal sage scrub (1), Coleoptera (1), common mycorrhizal networks (1), compound disturbance (1), Computational experiments (1), conidia (1), Conifer mortality (1), conifer needles (1), conifer regeneration (1), conservation (1), Constrained ordinations (1), contingency tables (1), Coppice (1), Correlograms (1), cryptic species (1), data coding (1), Debris flow (1), Decision tree (1), Deforestation (1), Dehesa (1), Demography (1), Dendrochronology (1), density dependence (1), descriptions (1), Detrended Correspondence Analysis (1), diameter (1), Dicranopteris linearis (1), dieback (1), dietary niche dynamics (1), Digital terrain model (1), Diplodia (1), Diplodia corticola (1), disease diagnosis (1), disease outbreaks (1), Disease spread (1), disease susceptibility (1), Disturbance (1), d-loop evolution (1), dosage (1), Drought (1), Early-detection monitoring (1), ecological wood anatomy (1), Ecosystem function (1), Ecotone (1), Ectomycorrhizas (1), Edge (1), Edge effects (1), effective population size (1), Elevational gradient (1), emergent forest disease (1), Emission inventory (1), Entisols (1), Environmental gradient (1), enzyme activity (1), epicuticular wax (1), equations (1), erosion control (1), Evolution of Nodulation (1), Exploratory modeling (1), false-truffles (1), feasibility studies (1), fern reproduction (1), Fire and tree establishment (1), fire behavior (1), Fire frequency (1), Fire injury (1), fire interval (1), fire management (1), fire scar dendrochronology (1), Flood (1), Flux (1), foraging habitat (1), Forest extirpation (1), Forest fire (1), Forest growth (1), forest stand dynamics (1), fruit crops (1), F-statistics (1), fungal diseases of plants (1), fungal host specificity (1), GAM (1), Gap Analysis Program (1), gene diversity (1), gene flow (1), General circulation model (1), Genetic adaptation (1), genetic diversity (1), genetic neighbourhood (1), Geographic information systems (1), Glacial cycles (1), Gleicheniaceae (1), Glycine soja (1), grapes (1), grasslands (1), Gross Primary Production (1), growth (1), Growth and yield (1), growth autocorrelation (1), growth rate (1), half-sib family (1), hardwoods (1), Hickman (1993) (1), Hickman (ed.) 1993. (1), HNO3 (1), host colonization (1), How was the information for nodulation acquired? (1), Hybridization (1), hydrologic response (1), ideal-free distribution (1), Ilex leucoclada M. (1), image analysis (1), Image segmentation (1), intensidad de fuego (1), interacting disturbances (1), Internet resource (1), Internet resource AgSpace (1), invasive forest pathogen (1), Isoprene (1), Isoprene emission rates (1), ISSR marker (1), Ixodes pacificus (1), join-count (1), Juncus (1), juncus patens (1), Kartesz (1994) (1), Klamath-Siskiyou (1), Klamath-Siskiyou region (1), Landscape ecology (1), Landscape simulation modeling (1), Landslide (1), large wood (1), Laser (1), Lassen National Forest (1), last glacial maximum (1), leaching (1), leaf morphology (1), life-history traits (1), light (1), Lithocarpus densiflorus (1), litterbags (1), local adaptation (1), log erosion barriers (1), Low elevation forest (1), Lupinus arboreus (1), Macaronesic species (1), maderas duras (1), Mammals (1), Mastication (1), masting (1), matrix models (1), Mediterranean (1), Mediterranean ecosystems (1), Mediterranean species (1), Mediterranean-type ecosystem (1), metabolism (1), microbial genetics (1), micrographs (1), Microhabitat (1), microsatellite markers (1), mid-Holocene (1), Minirhizotrons (1), Miocene (1), Mixed severity (1), Mixed-conifer and evergreen hardwood forest (1), mixed-severity fire regime (1), Model evaluation (1), Model legumes (1), modern analogs (1), molecular marker (1), molecular sequence data (1), monoterpene hydrocarbon (1), monoterpene yields (1), montane forests (1), Mor (1), Moran's I (1), morphotype (1), Mortality model (1), Mountain forests (1), mountain lion (1), Munz & Keck (1968) (1), mycophagy (1), Natural range of variability (1), natural regeneration (1), Neotoma fuscipes (1), Neural network (1), new geographic records (1), Nitrogen metabolism (1), Nitrogen use (1), NR nitrate reductase activity (1), nucleotide sequences (1), nutrient content (1), nutritional status (1), Oak regeneration (1), oak trees (1), Oak/juniper woodlands (1), Old-growth (1), Old-growth development (1), Ovis canadensis (1), Owens Valley (1), oxygenated monoterpene (1), Pacific Forest (1), Packrat middens (1), Paleocology (1), Paleosols (1), Palm (1), palynology (1), Parmelina carporrhizans (1), Parmelina coleae (1), Parmelina elixia (1), patch (1), pathogen identification (1), pathogenicity (1), Pedogenesis (1), per cent hydrocarbons (1), permethrin (1), phenology (1), Phillyrea latifolia (1), phosphorus (1), photosynthesis (1), Picea (1), PID (1), Pino de Douglas (1), Pinus (1), Pinus attenuata (1), Pinus coulteri (1), Pinus jeffreyi (1), Pinus lambertiana (1), Pinus sylvestris (1), Plant association (1), plant communities (1), plant competition (1), plant diversity (1), plant ecology (1), plant functional types (1), plant macrofossil data (1), plant nutrition (1), plant pathogenic fungi (1), Plants (1), Pleistocene vicariance (1), Point pattern analysis (1), pollen (1), pollen data (1), Pollen records (1), pollutants (1), Polylepis australis (1), Ponderosa pine (1), population dynamics (1), population projections (1), Potential disease spread (1), Predictive vegetation mapping (1), Prevalence (1), primary succession (1), Pseudotsuga menziesii (Douglas fir) (1), Puma concolor (1), Q. canariensis (1), Q. suber (1), Quercus garryana (1), Quercus petraea (1), RAPD (1), rarity (1), regenerative ability (1), regímenes de fuego (1), región Klamath-Siskiyou (1), Regional (1), Regression tree (1), relative risk (1), Relaxed eddy accumulation (1), Resource limitation (1), Rickettsia (1), Risk (1), Risk modeling (1), roadless areas (1), Rodents (1), Root disease (1), Root growth (1), Root length density (1), Root mortality (1), Root sprouting (1), Root turnover (1), Salvage logging (1), San Bernardino National Forest (1), San Diego County (1), Santa Ana winds (1), scale (1), Scenarios (1), Scolytidae (1), scrub oak (1), seasonal variation (1), sediment yield (1), seed crops (1), seed dispersal (1), seed production (1), Seed viability (1), Seedling (1), Seeds (1), sequence analysis (1), Sequoia sempervirens (1), shoots (1), shrub sprouting (1), Sierra San Pedro Mártir (1), Sierra San Pedro Mártir (1), signs and symptoms (plants) (1), Silver Fire (1), silvicultura (1), silviculture (1), Site index (1), Size diversity (1), Slope failure (1), slopes (1), Snags (1), Soil color (1), soil depth (1), Soil erosion (1), soil fertility (1), soil trenching (1), spatial distribution (1), Species composition (1), Species distribution modeling (1), Species–climate relationships (1), spore dispersal (1), Stand (1), Stand dynamics (1), stand establishment (1), stand improvement (1), state parks (1), steelhead (1), Storrie Fire (1), strains (1), stream power (1), Strix occidentalis (1), sudden oak death (SOD) (1), Support vector machines (1), surface fire model (1), Syntaxonomy (1), Taxonomic methodology (1), telemetry error (1), temperate forests (1), Temperature (1), Topographic convergence index (1), Traditional management (1), Transverse Ranges (1), tree damage (1), tree diseases (1), tree trunk (1), tropical montane forest (1), tuberculate ectomycorrhizae (1), Ultramafic (1), Umbellularia (1), Umbellularia californica (1), Uncertainty (1), Understory (1), upland watersheds (1), uptake (1), UV exclusion (1), UV radiation (1), Vaccinium (1), Variograms (1), vasicentric tracheids (1), vegetation (1), vegetation changes (1), Vegetation mapping (1), Vegetation pattern (1), Vegetation survey (1), vegetation types (1), vegetation-environment relationships (1), vegetative growth (1), Vitis vinifera (1), Volatile organic compounds (1), volume (1), VTM data (1), water repellency (1), water stress (1), Water table (1), Water use efficiency (1), weed control (1), Weislander Vegetation Type Map (1), western North America (1), Western Red-backed Voles (1), Western United States (1), When did nodulation first occur? (1), Where did nodulation first occur, and where are nodulated legumes going? (1), Why was nodulation necessary? (1), Wieslander survey (1), wild soybean (1), wind pollination (1), Zostera marina (1)

 

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