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

Quercus ellipsoidalis

Keywords

[Total number of keywords: 998]

 

Quercus ellipsoidalis (37), Minnesota (15), Wisconsin (12), Quercus rubra (10), nitrogen (8), Ceratocystis fagacearum (7), Climate change (7), forest trees (6), Landscape ecology (6), Quercus (6), Quercus macrocarpa (6), Succession (6), competition (5), herbivory (5), Michigan (5), Quercus alba (5), species diversity (5), botanical composition (4), facilitation (4), Fire risk (4), Forest ecosystems (4), Forest landscape simulation model (4), forest soils (4), forests (4), grasslands (4), LANDIS-II (4), photosynthesis (4), Pinus banksiana (4), plant morphology (4), Populus tremuloides (4), savannas (4), vegetation (4), biogeochemical cycles (3), deciduous forests (3), disease transmission (3), disease vectors (3), Eastern United States (3), Fire regime (3), genetic variation (3), growth (3), Landsat (3), leaves (3), light (3), Molecular systematics (3), mortality (3), Northern Lower Michigan (3), Oak regeneration (3), plant competition (3), prescribed burning (3), savanna (3), seedling establishment (3), seedlings (3), shade (3), Simulation modeling (3), Tree mortality (3), wilts (3), Acer rubrum (2), Acer saccharum (2), Adjacent habitat (2), age (2), Agri-environment scheme (AES) (2), Assisted migration (2), ATP6 (2), Avian community (2), Band 4 (2), Biodiversity (2), Biodiversity-ecosystem function (2), Biogeography (2), Biological legacies (2), Biological weed control (2), Boletales (2), Canada (2), Carabid (2), Cedar Creek Natural History Area (2), Cellulase (2), Cenococcum geophilum (2), colonization (2), Community ecology (2), conduit frequency (2), Conservation (2), Density management (2), disease control (2), Disturbance (2), Disturbance interactions (2), disturbed soils (2), diversity (2), drought (2), Drought effects (2), Ecological diversity (2), ecological succession (2), Ecosystem management (2), ectomycorrhiza (2), elevated CO2 (2), Evolution (2), FACE (2), Facilitated migration (2), FARSITE (2), fire (2), Fire ecology (2), Fire frequency (2), Fire spread (2), Foliage-height diversity (2), forest (2), Forest die-off (2), Forest dynamics (2), forest mesophication (2), Forest mortality (2), Forest restoration (2), fungal communities (2), fungal wilt (2), geographical distribution (2), Global patterns (2), grassland (2), Habitat amount threshold (2), Habitat loss and fragmentation (2), Habitat management (2), habitat structure (2), Hemicellulase (2), Horizontal vegetation structure (2), hybridization (2), hybrids (2), hydraulic architecture (2), hydraulic conductivity (2), hydraulic efficiency (2), Illinois (2), Image texture (2), Infrared air photo (2), interactions (2), Internet resource AgSpace (2), ITS (2), Jack pine (2), Karner blue butterfly (2), Kirtland’s Warbler (2), Kirtland’s Warbler (2), Kirtlands Warbler (2), LANDIS (2), Landscape structure (2), leaf mass per area (2), leaf nitrogen (2), Lignicellulose (2), mathematical models (2), Molecular clock (2), Moran's I (2), MTT (2), mycorrhiza (2), natural regeneration (2), NDVI (2), Nitidulidae (2), Northern red oak (2), Northern temperate forest (2), nutrient availability (2), Oak barren (2), oak savanna (2), old fields (2), Ordination (2), Partial veil (2), Patch abandonment (2), Patch colonization (2), Patch occupancy (2), phoresy (2), Phosphorus (2), Pine barrens (2), Pinus strobus (2), plant diseases and disorders (2), Plant diversity (2), plant taxonomy (2), Population dynamics (2), population genetics (2), Population size (2), Post-dispersal seed predation (2), Quercus velutina (2), Rate of habitat turnover (2), Ratios (2), Red pine (2), Relative density (2), Restoration (2), restoration monitoring (2), roots (2), Rot fungi (2), RPB1 (2), sapling (2), Scale (2), Shade tolerance (2), soil fertility (2), soil nutrients (2), Southern boreal forest (2), spatial genetic structure (2), species differences (2), species richness (2), spiders (2), sprouting (2), stand characteristics (2), Stand-replacing wildfire (2), stems (2), Stuffed pores (2), stumps (2), Sustainable non-timber forest product (2), Synapomorphy (2), Temporal variability (2), Timber harvest (2), tracheids (2), Tree crown streets (2), Tree damage (2), tree thinning (2), Tribal natural resource management (2), understory (2), United States (2), Urban (2), vessels (2), water availability (2), White-tailed deer (2), Wilderness (2), Wildlife habitat (2), wind damage (2), woodlands (2), woody encroachment (2), WUI (2),  ascomycetes (1),  climate (1), Abies alba (1), Aboveground net primary productivity (1), Accuracy assessment (1), Acer griseum (1), acid deposition (1), adults (1), Alabama (1), alleles (1), Alliance (1), Allozyme (1), alluvial soils (1), amplified fragment length polymorphism (1), Anthropogenic disturbance (1), arsenic residues (1), arthropods (1), aspect (1), Association (1), Attrition (1), autumn (1), bark (1), bark beetles (1), Barrens (1), barrens restoration, Kirtland's warbler, endangered species, jack pine, plantations, Vaccinium angustifolium, Carex pensylvanica (1), barrens, fire, Detrended Correspondence Analysis (DCA), landscape management, ordination, prescribed burning, restoration, Salix humilis, savanna, Shawnee National Forest, succession, vegetation trajectory (1), Betula papyrifera (1), bile pigments (1), biological control (1), biological invasions (1), biomass (1), biomass accumulation (1), Body size (1), bottom slope position (1), Bottomland hardwood (1), C. soldanella (1), cacodylic acid (1), Calcium (1), Calystegia japonica (1), Camellia japonica (1), carbon dioxide (1), carbon quality (1), Carex (1), Carpophilus (1), Cedar Creek (1), Cedar Creek LTER (1), charcoal analysis (1), Chequamegon National Forest (1), Chlorophyll breakdown (1), clearcutting (1), climate change and global warming (1), Coleoptera (1), Community composition (1), community structure (1), Convergence (1), coppicing (1), Cornus kousa (1), Corylus americana (1), deep tillage (1), density (1), Diameter increment model (1), Difference between osmotic potential at full and zero turgor (ψ) (1), dioecy (1), Direct regeneration hypothesis (1), Disturbance adaptation (1), Disturbance ecology (1), Disturbance legacy (1), disturbance, fire, forest management, landscape ecology, pine barrens, pattern, savanna, scale (1), diversity-productivity hypothesis (1), dry matter (1), dry matter partitioning (1), Dry weight/turgor weight ratio (DWTW) (1), Eastern North America (1), ecological specificity (1), ecological stoichiometry (1), ecology (1), Economics (1), ecophysiology (1), ecosystem functioning (1), ecosystems (1), ecotone (1), ectomycorrhizae (1), elevated COâ‚‚ (1), emergence (1), epidemiology (1), equations (1), Equivalence test (1), establishment (1), Eurya japonica (1), exoskeleton (1), fauna (1), feeding behavior (1), fertilizer application (1), Fire exclusion (1), fire history (1), Fire intensities (1), Fire season (1), flood disturbance (1), Flooding regime (1), floodplain vegetation (1), Florida sandhill (1), food consumption (1), Forb (1), Forest biomass (1), forest classification (1), Forest community (1), forest damage (1), forest fires (1), Forest harvest (1), Forest harvesting (1), forest litter (1), Forest management (1), Forest succession (1), forest types (1), form factors (1), Fragmentation (1), free-air CO2 enrichment (FACE) (1), fruit (1), fuelwood (1), functional groups (1), functional types (1), fungal anatomy (1), fungal diseases of plants (1), fungal diversity (1), fungal mat age (1), fungus control (1), FVS (1), gene flow (1), General Land Office (GLO) (1), genetic markers (1), genetic polymorphism (1), genetic techniques and protocols (1), geographic variations (1), geographical variation (1), Georgia (1), Gleason & Cronquist (1991) (1), grafted root systems (1), grafting (1), Grass (1), Growth form (1), growth models (1), growth rate (1), Growth, population (1), habitats (1), harvesting (1), health hazards (1), Helianthemum bicknellii (hoary frostweed) (1), herbaceous vegetation (1), Historic benchmark (1), Holocene (1), host plants (1), immobilization (1), inbreeding (1), Indiana (1), indole butyric acid (1), infection (1), inoculum potential (1), insect abundance (1), insect diversity (1), insect vectors (1), International Vegetation Classification (1), Internet resource (1), interpopulational gene flow (1), interspecific comparisons (1), interspecific competition (1), interspecific hybridization (1), ions (1), isozymes (1), lake-effect snow (1), Land cover (1), landscape ecosystems (1), landscaping (1), Large river (1), Latitude (1), leaf anatomy (1), leaf chemistry (1), leaf density (1), leaf development (1), leaf thickness (1), leafage (1), Life-history traits (1), light relations (1), Loblolly-shortleaf pine (1), Logging (1), long term experiments (1), Long-term change (1), lowland savanna (1), LTER (1), Lymantria dispar (1), Magnesium (1), Management strategies (1), Map legend (1), maple (1), MARS (1), Matrix model (1), Maximum bulk modulus of tissue elasticity (Emax) (1), menomine county, michigan (1), meta-analysis (1), michigan's upper peninsula (1), microbial biomass (1), microbial colonization (1), microbial diversity (1), microhabitats (1), middle slope position (1), mineralization (1), Minimum mapping unit (1), Missouri (1), mixed forests (1), Model evaluation (1), Model validation (1), Monitoring (1), mycorrhizae (1), National Park Service Vegetation Mapping Program (1), natural biological control (1), nitrification (1), nitrogen metabolism (1), Non-oaks (1), Northwest Wisconsin Sand Plain (1), Norway spruce (1), nutrient content (1), Nutrient cycling (1), Nutrient depletion (1), nutrient retention (1), nutrient uptake (1), nutrients (1), oak (1), Oak-hickory (1), Oak-pine (1), Oaks (1), Ohio (1), old field succession (1), Ophiostoma (1), Organic matter (1), Osmotic potential at full turgor (ψπ100) (1), Osmotic potential at turgor loss point (ψπ0) (1), pasture plants (1), pastures (1), pathogens (1), pesticide persistence (1), petroporphyrins (1), pH (1), Phalaris arundinacea (1), phenotype (1), photoperiod (1), phylogeny (1), Physiography (1), Pinus resinosa (1), plant communities (1), plant diseases (1), plant ecological groups (1), plant ecology (1), plant interactions (1), plant pathogens (1), plant propagation (1), plant size (1), plant–animal interaction (1), Plantation (1), plant–insect interactions (1), PnET-II (1), pollen analysis (1), Populus grandidentata (1), Potassium (1), prairie–forest border (1), Predictive performance (1), pre-Euro-American settlement (1), Prescribed fire (1), Pre-settlement forest (1), probabilistic models (1), Pseudoabsences (1), Pseudopityophthorus minutissumus (1), Pseudopityophthorus pruinosis (1), Public Land Survey (PLS) (1), pyrroles (1), Quercus (Oak) (1), Quercus coccinea (1), Quercus macrocarpa Michaux (bur oak) (1), Quercus palustris (1), Quercus spp. (oak) (1), Random Forest (1), realized niche (1), Red maple (1), Regeneration (1), regeneration niche (1), Regeneration strategy (1), regression analysis (1), relative growth rate (1), Relative water content at turgor loss point (CHR0) (1), Remote sensing (1), Repeated burning (1), research and management (1), Resolution (1), resource availability (1), resource partitioning (1), ribosomal DNA (1), Riparian (1), root grafting (1), root systems (1), rooting (1), rooting capacity (1), Russula (1), Sandplain (1), sandy loam soils (1), sandy soils (1), Savanna restoration (1), savanna soils (1), savanna, oaks, fire, bird communities, bird foraging guilds, restoration ecology (1), savannah (1), Scots pine (1), seasonal variation (1), seed dispersal (1), seed limitation (1), seedling desiccation (1), seedling growth (1), seedling mortality (1), seedling recruitment (1), semiarid zones (1), sequence analysis (1), Serotiny (1), Shrub layer functional groups (1), site factors (1), slope (1), softwood cuttings (1), Soil (1), soil bacteria (1), soil carbon (1), soil fungi (1), soil pH (1), soil properties (1), soil water (1), soil water content (1), Soils (1), southern Alps (1), spatial autocorrelation (1), spatial autocorrelation analysis (1), Spatial pattern (1), spatial variation (1), Species abundance model (1), species coexistence (1), Species composition (1), Species frequency (1), spread (1), Stand composition (1), Stand mortality (1), statistical analysis (1), Statistics (1), Successional niche (1), Successional status (1), sugar maple (1), summer (1), survivorship (1), symbiosis (1), symbiosis. (1), sympatric species (1), Temperate and boreal forests (1), temperate forests (1), temperate soils (1), Time since fire (1), Tipup mound (1), top slope position (1), Topographic (1), Topographic gradient (1), Tortricidae (1), tree growth (1), Tree migration (1), tree species migration (1), Treefall (1), Trees (1), uncertainty principle (1), Variance (1), variation (1), varietal reactions (1), vegetation history (1), vegetation management (1), vegetation types (1), Vegetation–site relationships (1), vegetative propagation (1), Visualization (1), water (1), Water relations (1), which follows Peet (1993). Vouchers for each species were collected and deposited at the University of Central Florida herbarium (1), White pine (1), wind (1), Wind disturbance (1), Wind throw (1), Windstorm (1), windthrow (1), winter ecology (1), Wisconsin (USA) (1), Woody plant (1), woody species (1), wounds and injuries (1), Wunderlin (1982) except for Aristida beyrichiana (1), Zoning (1)

 

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