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

Quercus dentata

Keywords

[Total number of keywords: 957]

 

Quercus dentata (20), Japan (9), lepidoptera (7), Quercus (7), Fagaceae (6), Korea (6), leafminers (5), Flavonoids (4), Herbivory (4), Hymenoptera (4), mutualism (4), Pollen (4), Quercus serrata (4), Starch grain analysis (4), tannins (4), taxonomy (4), ant attendance (3), Aphididae (3), apparent competition (3), bark (3), Braconidae (3), evolution (3), forest trees (3), gene flow (3), heterostyly (3), host plants (3), idiobiont (3), Internet resource (3), interspecific hybridization (3), Korean peninsula (3), landscape (3), leaf area (3), parasitism (3), polyamines (3), population structure (3), Primula sieboldii (3), proanthocyanidins (3), Quercus crispula (3), Quercus mongolica (3), seasonal variation (3), Superoxide (3), 2D NMR (2), Abandoned farmland (2), Acorn (2), Acylated flavonol glucosides (2), Adaptation (2), Adelges abietis (2), Agricultural landscape (2), AhR (2), Anthropogenic landscape (2), Antibacterial activity (2), antioxidative activity (2), apparent mutualism (2), Aquifoliaceae (2), Archaeological starches (2), Attelabidae (2), bacterial community (2), Bats (2), Bioactivity (2), Biogeography (2), blackcurrant leaves (2), body shape (2), body size (2), breeding system (2), Canopy crane (2), C-C cou­pling (2), climatic factors (2), clonal plant (2), clone (2), co-evolution (2), Coleophora (2), Coleophoridae (2), community ecology (2), Community structure (2), competition (2), Conservation planning (2), Contrast (2), Defence (2), delayed density-dependent parasitism (2), Dendrology (2), density-dependent parasitism (2), Diptera (2), Diversity (2), Drought (2), Early Holocene (2), Ecology (2), Energy-filtering (2), Enumerative sampling (2), Evolutionary history (2), Extent (2), Field experiments (2), Flatidae (2), flavan-3-ols (2), Flavanoids (2), Flavonoid (2), Flower development (2), forest management practice (2), galler performance (2), gallicola density (2), genetic polymorphism (2), genetic variation (2), geographical variation (2), Global change (2), Global warming (2), Grain (2), Grinding stone (2), Grossulariaceae (2), Groundstone tool function (2), Hemiptera (2), Herbivore (2), herbivores (2), honeydew (2), host range (2), HPLC-DAD-MS (2), Human plant use (2), hybrids (2), Ilex cornuta (2), Image (2), indirect density-mediated interactions (2), indirect trait-mediated interactions (2), insect–plant interactions (2), Invasion (2), Ipomoea purpurea (2), island biogeography (2), Isolation by distance (2), koinobiont (2), Land-use legacy (2), Land-use type (2), latitude (2), latitudinal gradients (2), Leaf fall (2), macroevolution (2), marine nature reserve (2), Masting (2), Metcalfa pruinosa (2), Microbial biomass (2), Microsatellite (2), Millets and their wild relatives (2), Modern starches (2), multiple infection (2), mutualisms (2), Natural products (2), Neolithic China (2), Neutrophil (2), New records (2), new species (2), Nitrification (2), Nitrogen mineralization (2), nitrogen-fixing species seeding (2), North China (2), Oak (2), Oak-leaves (2), Ornstein–Uhlenbeck model (2), parasitoid (2), parasitoids (2), Phenolamides (2), phenolic compounds (2), Phenylpropanoid metabolism (2), Phyllonorycter (2), Phytochemistry (2), phytophagous insect (2), Pinus densiflora (2), Plant biodiversity (2), Plant exploitation (2), Plant manipulation (2), plant–insect interaction (2), Plasmon-loss (2), polyphenol (2), Polyphenols (2), population genetics (2), post-gall induction performance (2), post-induction gall development (2), procyanidins (2), prodelphinidins. (2), Quercus ilex (2), ramet (2), relief-substrate base (2), Resource availability (2), Ribes nigrum (2), Rosa multiflora (2), Satoyama (2), Scale dependence (2), Scale extent and grain (2), Sea of Japan (2), self-incompatibility (2), soil nitrous oxide fluxes (2), southern China (2), Spatial distribution (2), spatial scale (2), Species composition (2), Spore (2), Starch (2), stow (2), symbiosis (2), TCDD (2), temporal scale (2), the Ainu (2), thiolysis (2), Tolerance (2), triacylglycerol (2), understory removal (2), Usewear (2), wing loading (2), wings (2), 13C NMR (1), 13C-NMR (1), 28S rDNA (1), A1-barrigenol (1), Abundance (1), Acer capillipes (1), aero-allergen (1), Agar-dilution method (1), Age-depth model (1), air temperature (1), allochronic isolation (1), amides (1), amplified fragment length polymorphism (1), anatomy (1), Andosol soil (1), Andricus (1), ant tending (1), Antifungal (1), Antioxidant (1), aphid (1), aphid-ant mutualism (1), Aphid–ant mutualism (1), Aphid-ant mutualisms (1), Apiaceae (1), Aquatic plant (1), Arabidopsis thaliana (1), Araucaria Forest (1), arbuscular mycorrhizas (1), Artificial rumen (1), Aspect (1), assortative mating (1), BAHD acyltransferases (1), Betula sp. (1), biological control (1), Bis(guanylhydrazones) (1), blackjack oak (1), Bombus diversus (1), budbreak (1), buds (1), caffeic acid (1), Calycomyza platyptera (1), Camelliagenin A (1), Carbon distribution (1), carpenter bee (1), Cell wall organization (1), Celticecis japonica (1), Ceratina flavipes (1), chemical analysis (1), chemical constituents of plants (1), chemical structure (1), chloroplast DNA (1), Chrysocharis (1), cirrhus (1), Cistaceae (1), Cistus incanus subsp. tauricus (1), Cistus salvifolius (1), climate–vegetation classification (1), clonal plant; light acclimation (1), clonal reproduction (1), clonal variation (1), coasts (1), Coexistence (1), COI (1), Cold acclimation (1), cold stress (1), Coleogyne ramosissima (1), colonies (1), common currency (1), comparative method (1), comparisons (1), compensation (1), condensed tannin. (1), condensed tannins (1), Convallaria keiskei (1), cost of reproduction (1), coumaric acids (1), coumaroyl derivatives of kaempferol 3-O-glycoside (1), Cryo-scanning electron microscope (1), Cryptocarya aschersoniana (1), culture media (1), Cynipidae (1), Cytotoxic (1), Deep supercooling (1), Deer (1), defoliation (1), Deforested woodlots (1), degree of humification (1), dendritic and stellate trichomes (1), dendrochronology (1), dendroclimatology (1), derivatives (1), Dietary micronutrients (1), differential parasitism (1), differential resource utilization (1), Differentiation (1), Diglyphus (1), dihydromyricetin. (1), dioecy (1), Disc-diffusion method (1), Discrimination (1), dispersal (1), distribution change (1), DNA (1), DNA polymorphism (1), Drosophila (1), Eastern Asia (1), Eastern North America (1), ectomycorrhizas (1), ectoparasitism (1), Elevation (1), ellagitannins (1), endoparasitism (1), enemy free space (1), Ennominae (1), Environmental regulation (1), environmental scanning electron microscopy (ESEM) (1), equations (1), Eryngiosides A–L (1), Eryngium yuccifolium (1), Erysiphe sect. Microsphaera (1), ESI/MS (1), eulophidae (1), European beech (1), evaporation rate (1), excretion (1), Extracellular freezing (1), feeding guild interactions (1), Female reproductive success (1), fine roots (1), floral morphology (1), floral visitor (1), fluorescence spectroscopy and microimaging (1), Foliage biomass (1), foodweb (1), forest fire (1), forest landscape restoration (1), forests (1), Formica (1), formica yessensis (1), Fossil pollen (1), free amino acids (1), fruit and seed-set (1), fulvic acids (1), Fungicide (1), gall midge (1), Gall wasp (1), gallate (1), gall-inducing insects (1), gallotannins. (1), genet (1), Genetic cline (1), genetic diversity (1), genetic markers (1), genotype (1), genus Acer (1), Geographic information system (1), Geographic temperature response (1), geographical distribution (1), Geometridae (1), glucoside (1), Glycine max (1), green cloverworm (1), growth (1), growth rings (1), Half-sib family (1), haplotype diversity (1), haplotypes (1), Hardwood species (1), Heavy rainfall (1), Helianthus annus (1), hibernation (1), honeydew excretion (1), host plant record (1), host quality (1), host-associated differentiation (1), host-plant effects (1), Human neutrophils (1), humic acid (HA) (1), humic acid like substances (1), humic acids (1), humification (1), hybridization (1), hydroxycinnamoyl spermidines (1), Hypena scabra (1), hyperparasitoid (1), hypersensitivity (1), δ15N (1), ichneumonidae (1), idiobiosis (1), imaging (1), indirect interactions (1), indole butyric acid (1), induced defense (1), inflorescences (1), Inhibitor (1), insect communities (1), Insect competition (1), insect-pollinated (1), insemination (1), Inter-specific associations (1), interspecific competition (1), interspecific co-occurrence (1), Intra-specific associations (1), Iriflophenone 2-O-glucopyranoside (1), Isorhamnetin 3-O-2G-rhamnopyranosylrutinoside-7-O-rhamnopyranoside (1), Juglans (1), K-562 cancer cell lines (1), kiwifruit (1), koinobiont. (1), koinobiosis (1), Korean Buddhist temples (1), landscape change (1), land-use change (1), Larentiinae (1), larval parasitism (1), leaf development (1), leaf miners (1), leafminer (1), leafminer population dynamics (1), Leaf-miner survivorship (1), leaves (1), Lecythidaceae (1), life history (1), life history trade-offs (1), life zone (1), life-history characteristics (1), Limocitrin 3-O-rutinoside-7-O-glucopyranoside (1), Liquid chromatography (1), Liriomyza helianthi (1), Loam (1), Lycaenidae (1), Macroporous resin (1), magnetic particles (1), MALDI-TOF/MS (1), male and female reproductive success (1), managed vs natural habitats (1), mass spectrometry (1), mathematical models (1), MCL gel (1), Medicago sativa (1), Medicinal efficacies (1), Medicinal plants (1), Mediterranean-type ecosystems. (1), Melastoma malabathricum (1), Melastomataceae (1), meteorological data (1), microsatellite repeats (1), Microsphaera alphitoides (1), mold (1), molecular conformation (1), monoecy (1), Mononuclear cells (1), mortality (1), moth emergence (1), multivariate analysis (1), myrmecophillous (1), N1,N5-(Z)-N10-(E)-tri-p-coumaroylspermidine (1), N2O consumption (1), N2O emission (1), n-Alkane (1), Natural regeneration (1), Natural restoration (1), natural selection (1), negative effect (1), Neochrysocharis (1), Neutrophils (1), New Zealand (1), niche (1), nitrogen (1), nitrogen content (1), nitrogen metabolism (1), NMR (1), North Pacific (1), Null models (1), nutrient availability (1), Nutrition (1), Nutritive value (1), Nylon bag techniques (1), Oak–hickory ecosystem (1), ODS (1), Oleanane-type triterpenoid saponins (1), O-methyltransferases (1), ontogenetic succession (1), Operophtera brumata (1), Opius (1), organic carbon (1), Organic extracts (1), ornamentation (1), ostiole (1), outgroup heteroduplex (1), overwintering (1), oviposition (1), Paleoclimate (1), paleoclimatology (1), parasites (1), parasites of insect pests (1), parasitoid communities (1), parasitoid guilds (1), pasture (1), patch size (1), patch spacing (1), pathogen (1), PDO (1), phenylpropanoid pathway (1), phialospore (1), phloem (1), phloem feeding (1), phloroglucinol degradation (1), photosynthesis (1), phytophagous insects (1), Planchonia careya (1), plant biochemistry (1), plant cuttings (1), plant height (1), plant morphology (1), plant pests (1), plant physiology (1), Plant quality (1), plant residues (1), plant-mediated parasitism (1), pollen carryover (1), pollen coat (1), pollen germination (1), pollen removal (1), Pollen taxa (1), pollination (1), pollinator behavior (1), pollinator limitation (1), Polyamine biosynthesis (1), Polyamines / sugarcane / Ustilago scitaminea (1), polymers (1), population (1), population density (1), Population dynamics (1), population ecology (1), precipitation (1), predation (1), preference–performance hypothesis (1), Prevention (1), proanthocyanidin dimers and polymers (1), proanthocyanidin gallates (1), prodelphinidins (1), Profenusa japonica (1), Propolis (1), Prostate cancer (1), Quercus acutissima (1), Quercus alba (1), quercus aliana (1), Quercus aliena (1), Quercus ilex L. (1), Quercus macrocarpa (1), Quercus marilandica (1), Quercus mongolica var. crispula (1), Quercus species (1), quercus variabilis (1), Quercus velutina (1), R1-barrigenol (1), races (1), rDNA ITS region (1), reflectance (1), Reforestation (1), regeneration (1), Resampling (1), resistance mechanisms (1), resource (1), Respiratory burst (1), Reuptake (1), Review (1), root architecture (1), root diameter (1), root function (1), root length (1), Root starch (1), rooting (1), Rosaceae (1), RothC model (1), Rumex obtusifolius (1), rutinoside (1), S-adenosylmethionine decarboxylase (1), Safflower (1), Sand (1), sap (1), seasonal change (1), seasonal development (1), seasonality (1), seed productivity (1), seeds (1), Seoul (1), Sequence analyses (1), sequential evolution (1), Serotonin transporter (1), shoot development (1), shoots (1), simulated herbivory (1), sink (1), Slope (1), small population (1), soil organic carbon (1), Soil profile (1), South Korea (1), spatial autocorrelation (1), specialisation (1), species complex (1), species differences (1), species diversity (1), specific leaf area (1), spectroscopic (1), spermidine (1), Spermidine conjugate (1), stable carbon isotopic ratio (1), Stand dynamics (1), stigmatic pollen deposition (1), stigmatic pollen load (1), Stigmella (1), Superoxide generation (1), susceptibility (1), Susceptibility to herbivores (1), tachinidae (1), Taylor’s power law (1), Taylor’s power law (1), Temperate forests (1), Temperature sensitivity (1), Tenthredinidae (1), Terrestrial plant (1), Theclini (1), Thyatiridae (1), tissue-feeding larvae (1), Torymidae (1), Torymus celticolus (1), Torymus celtidigalla (1), traits (1), Tree rings (1), trichomes (1), Trichopteryx (1), Triterpenoid (1), Triterpenoid saponins (1), tritrophic interactions (1), Tuberculatus aphids (1), Type A HA (1), Type A humic acids (1), Tyrosyl phosphorylation (1), Ultracoelostoma. (1), Upper Min River watershed (1), Upper Yangtze basin (1), Upscaling (1), vegetation distribution (1), vegetation dynamics (1), vegetation zone (1), vegetative propagation (1), warmth index (1), wasps (1), White oak subgenus (1), wing color (1), winter geometrid moth (1), within-tree variation (1), Wolbachia (1), Xanthium strumarium (1), Xylem ray parenchyma cells (1), δ13C (1), δD (1)

 

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