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

Quercus dumosa

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[Total number of keywords: 452]

 

13C CPMAS NMR (1), California (18), Quercus dumosa (18), Adenostoma fasciculatum (10), chaparral (7), Drought (4), fire (4), Mediterranean-type ecosystems (4), southern California (4), Arctostaphylos (3), Biodiversity (3), disturbance (3), earthworms (3), Evergreen (3), forest soils (3), Forests (3), pinus coulteri (3), Quercus (3), resprouting (3), riparian vegetation (3), soil organic matter (3), turgor (3), adaptation (2), Biodiversity conservation (2), bulk density (2), Ceanothus (2), chaparral soils (2), Cleveland National Forest (2), Control (2), Deciduous (2), fire ecology (2), Floods (2), Holocene (2), Invasive alien species (2), Island restoration (2), Land use (2), Mediterranean ecosystems (2), Monsoon (2), Mortality (2), Packrat midden (2), Pinus (2), Pleistocene (2), Rock outcrops (2), San Dimas experimental forest (2), seedling recruitment (2), soil formation (2), Soil fractions (2), soil horizons (2), Sonoran Desert (2), Styrax (2), vegetation (2), Wildfire (2), Woody debris (2), Accelerator mass spectrometry (1), adenostoma sparsifolium (1), A-horizons (1), Albedo (1), Allelopathy (1), AMS radiocarbon measurements (1), Andricus (1), anticarcinogenic activity (1), apoptosis (1), Arbutus unedo (1), arctostaphylos glandulosa (1), Argentine ants (1), Artemisia tridentata (1), Atmospheric deposition (1), Available water capacity (1), AVIRIS (1), Baja California (1), Base cations (1), Beauchamp (1986) (1), bighorn sheep (1), Biogenic hydrocarbons (1), Biogeochemistry (1), biological activity in soil (1), biological invasions (1), Birds (1), botanical composition (1), Bromus tectorum (1), Bulges (1), Burden (1), burl (1), BVOC (1), California chaparral (1), Cameraria jacintoensis (1), Canonical Correspondence Analysis (1), canopy (1), Carbon (1), Carbon cycle (1), categorical data (1), ceanothus crassifolia (1), ceanothus greggii (1), cell division (1), Cerambycidae (1), Chamise (1), character correlation (1), Cheatgrass (1), chemical structure (1), Chrysocharis nephereus (1), clay (1), clay translocation (1), climate change (1), Climatic stress (1), Closterocerus sp. (1), CN ratio (1), Coastal chaparral (1), coastal sage scrub (1), comparisons (1), contingency tables (1), Corridors (1), data coding (1), density and size fractionation (1), density–area relationship (1), DFS (1), Disturbances (1), diurnal variation (1), downscaling (1), DRIFT spectroscopy (1), Dry tropical forest (1), Dynamic pedology (1), Ecological convergence (1), ecological wood anatomy (1), Ecology (1), Ecosystem dynamics (1), Ecosystem function (1), Ehrharta calycina (1), elastic modulus (1), eluviation (1), Emission inventory (1), Endmember selection (1), environmental factors (1), Erica arborea (1), Eucalyptus cladocalyx (1), Europium chelate and fluorescent brightener (1), evolution (1), experimental forests (1), Experimental pedology (1), Experimentation (1), Facultative resprouter (1), FDA (1), fire behavior (1), fire effects (1), fire management (1), fire regimes (1), fires (1), Florida scrub (1), forest litter (1), Fragmentation (1), Fruit production (1), Fungal biomass (1), galls (1), Gap Analysis Program (1), Genetics (1), Glacial refugia (1), Global change (1), glyphosate (1), grassland (1), Grasslands (1), Grazing (1), Great Basin (1), growth rate (1), Gynodioecism (1), habitat (1), habitat fragmentation (1), heterogeneity (1), Historical biogeography (1), history (1), Homoploid (1), host preferences (1), host-pathogen relationships (1), human diseases (1), human health (1), Hybrid (1), Hybridization (1), hybrids (1), Hydropedology (1), Hyperparasitism (1), illuviation (1), Imaging spectroscopy (1), impacts (1), Interception capacity (1), interglacial (1), Internet resource (1), Internet resource AgSpace (1), Introgression (1), invasive species (1), Ixodes pacificus (1), Japan (1), Laetiporus sulphureus (1), laetirobin (1), Landscape ecology (1), landslides (1), Leaf area index (1), light (1), Lignotuber (1), Litter decomposition (1), long term experiments (1), lysimetry (1), mass movement (1), Massachusetts (1), Matorral (1), medicinal properties (1), mediterranean climate ecosystems (1), Mesocosms (1), microclimate (1), Microcosms (1), Microhabitat (1), Microporosity (1), mineral and carbon resources (1), Mineral weathering (1), mobilization (1), Modelling (1), mountain lion (1), mule deer (1), Muller's oak (1), Multiple endmember spectral mixture analysis (1), Munz (1968) (1), mushrooms (1), Nanoporosity (1), natural regeneration (1), natural resource management (1), Neighbour effect (1), Nixon & Steele (1981) (1), non-native species (1), northwest North America (1), Oak (1), Odocoileus hemionus (1), Oecobidae (1), Oecobius navus (1), Organic carbon (1), osmosis (1), Ovis canadensis (1), oxygen isotope stage 5 (1), paleoclimate (1), Parent age (1), particle size distribution (1), Pedogenesis (1), pedoturbation (1), Phenology: San Bernardino Mountains (1), physicochemical properties (1), Phytogeomorphology (1), Pinus rigida (1), plant communities (1), Plant height (1), plant litter (1), plant morphology (1), Plant parameters (1), pollen (1), Polyploidy (1), population density (1), population dynamics (1), Population structure (1), Porosimetry (1), predation (1), Prevalence (1), Principal Component Analysis (1), Proximate analysis (1), Puma concolor (1), Quercus agrifolia (1), Quercus douglasii (1), Quercus glauca (1), Quercus kelloggii (1), Quercus lobata (1), quercus phillyraeoides (1), Quercus serrata (1), Radiocarbon (1), redistribution (1), relative risk (1), Reticulation (1), reverse flow (1), richness (1), Rickettsia (1), Robinia pseudoacacia (1), Rodents (1), Rooting depth (1), roots (1), Sagebrush (1), San Dimas (1), San Dimas lysimeters (1), Santa Cruz Island (1), Saturated hydraulic conductivity (1), scale (1), Scanning electron microscopy (1), Sclerophylly (1), Seed bank (1), Seed dispersal (1), seed germination (1), Seed prédation (1), seedlings (1), sex ratio (1), Shrublands (1), Sierra San Pedro Mártir (1), Sierra San Pedro Mártir (1), Size fractionation (1), soil (1), soil aggregates (1), soil aggregation (1), soil analysis (1), Soil genesis (1), soil microclimate (1), soil micromorphology (1), Soil microstructure (1), soil morphology (1), Soil solution chemistry (1), soil temperature (1), soil water content (1), spatial resolution (1), Speciation (1), Species classification (1), Species life-history traits (1), spectral analysis (1), spiders (1), stability (1), stereochemistry (1), Stomatal conductance (1), stream power (1), Surface cover (1), Temperate climate (1), terrain (1), topography (1), TOSS CP/MAS 13C NMR spectroscopy (1), TOSS CPMAS 13C NMR spectroscopy (1), vasicentric tracheids (1), Vegetation survey (1), vegetation-environment relationships (1), Vegetative regeneration (1), Water content (1), water potential (1), water relations (1), water-stable aggregates (1), Wetting front (1), worm casts (1), Xerophilous scrubland (1)

 

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