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

Quercus emoryi

Keywords

[Total number of keywords: 932]

 

Quercus emoryi (29), Arizona (24), Quercus (19), Cameraria (10), mortality (9), competition (6), endophytes (6), Herbivory (6), leaves (6), tannins (6), Biodiversity (4), Climate change (4), Invasive species (4), leaf miners (4), Lepidoptera (4), Mesquite (4), Oak (4), Precipitation (4), seedling emergence (4), Stemflow (4), taxonomy (4), temperature (4), desert grassland (3), Drought (3), Endophytic fungi (3), Global climate change (3), grasslands (3), Herbaceous species (3), interactions (3), intraspecific competition (3), oviposition (3), Pinus jeffreyi (3), Poaceae (3), population density (3), population dynamics (3), Recruitment (3), Remote sensing (3), Seed dispersal (3), seed germination (3), Seed mass (3), Sierra Nevada (3), Soil moisture (3), woody plant encroachment (3), Acorn (2), Acorns (2), Arid grassland (2), Ascomyceta (2), Asteromella (2), Beneficial effects (2), biomass (2), Bioreduction (2), Border fence (2), Brush encroachment (2), Brush invasion (2), Buprestidae (2), butternut canker (2), canopy (2), Carbon loads (2), chemical constituents of plants (2), communities, patterns and elementary processes - ecological communities, classified (2), community ecology, patterns and processes - two species, at a particular location (2), complex indirect interactions - chains of three or more interacting species (2), Corridor (2), Dark septate endophytes (2), defoliation (2), Desertification (2), Desiccation (2), Diversity (2), Drying rate (2), Drylands (2), Elton's functional roles of species - crucial, communities changing in response to natural or anthropogenic changes (2), Emory oak (2), Encroachment (2), endophytic fungi, attack on leaf gallers (2), Enoate reductase (2), Facilitation (2), Fire ecology (2), Foraging (2), Forest Hydrology (2), forest pathology (2), Fungal endophytes (2), fungi, role in communities and ecosystems (2), gene flow (2), General circulation model (2), generalist (2), Genetic adaptation (2), Genetic connectivity (2), Genus Quercus (2), Geographic distribution (2), Geographic information system (2), germination phenology (2), Gnomoniaceae (2), Goldspotted oak borer (2), Grassland (2), Growth and yield (2), herbiovores of aboveground tissues, interacting in diverse ways (2), herbivore interaction with mycorrhizal, endophytic fungi (2), Indigenous exotic species (2), Individual shrubs (2), Internal transcribed spacer (2), Juglandaceae (2), Landscape connectivity (2), leafminers (2), macroevolution (2), Methodology (2), Mexico (2), Microbial colonization (2), Microenvironment (2), Microhabitat (2), model systems, interaction among plants, mycorrhizal fungi, herbivores (2), multilocus phylogenetics (2), mycorrhizal fungi and herbivores, no direct interaction (2), mycorrhizal fungi, and performance of oak herbivores (2), natural enemies (2), natural patterns, and mathematical models - causes of community organization (2), Neotyphodium and herbivores, interactions with one another (2), Neotyphodium–grass systems, endophytes, herbivores, mycorrhizal fungi (2), new species (2), Non-conventional yeasts (2), novel host (2), Nurse plant (2), Oak mortality (2), Oak regeneration (2), ophiognomonia cryptica (2), oviposition behaviour (2), Phloem/wood borer (2), Phloem/xylem borer (2), Physical barriers (2), physically defined communities, species assemblages - in place or habitat (2), Phytophthora (2), Pinus lambertiana (2), Pinus, herbivore impact on EMF, lesser effect of EMF on herbivores (2), plant damage (2), plant species composition changes, along elevational gradient - Santa Catalina Mountains of southeastern Arizona (2), plant–insect interactions (2), plectophomella (2), prescribed fire (2), quercus arizonica (2), Rangelands (2), Recalcitrant (2), Savannas (2), Scatter hoarding (2), seasonal variation (2), Seed accumulation (2), seed dormancy (2), Seed traits (2), Seedling establishment (2), Semiarid grassland (2), Site index (2), Soil organic matter (2), soil seed bank (2), Spatial heterogeneity (2), Spatial modeling (2), species (2), Species composition (2), species richness, convenient descriptive device - functional attributes of communities (2), Stand dynamics (2), Symbiotic interactions (2), Tree drought stress (2), Tree health rating (2), Tree physiology (2), trophic levels, subsets of species within communities - energy acquisition in similar ways (2), Tropical perennial plants (2), tussock moth (2), understanding of sources of biological diversity - in stressed, fragmented natural ecosystems (2), understory (2), Ursus americanus (2), Water content (2), Water use efficiency (2), Wind conditions (2), winter (2), Woody plant invasion (2), Xylem water potential (2), δ13C (2), sun (1), 14C (1), Abiotic factors (1), Abiotic stress (1), abscission (1), Abundance (1), Acorn maturation (1), Adelges japonicus (1), Agaves (1), Agelenopsis aperta (1), Agricultural hydrology (1), Agroforestry (1), allelochemicals (1), Andropogon cirratus (1), Antagonism (1), Apiognomonia errabunda (1), Aspect (1), Asymmetric canopy effects (1), Australia (1), AVIRIS (1), bags (1), behavioural traits (1), belowground competition (1), Betula pubescens ssp. tortuosa (1), Big Bend National Park (1), Biogenic emissions (1), Biogenic hydrocarbons (1), biogeography (1), biological development (1), Biotransformations (1), botanical composition (1), Bouteloua curtipendula (1), branch inclination angle (1), branchflow (1), buried seeds (1), burning (1), BVOC (1), c3 grasses (1), c4 grasses (1), Cacti (1), cactophilic yeasts (1), Cameraria sp. (1), Canopy effect (1), Canopy structure (1), Canopy thinning (1), Carnegiea gigantea (1), Carrying capacity (1), Central Mexico (1), Chamber experiment (1), chemical composition (1), chemical defense (1), chemical ecology (1), chemotaxonomy (1), Chiricahua fox squirrel (1), chloroplast DNA (1), Classification and regression trees (1), Climatic change (1), Climatic variability (1), Clipping (1), coexistence (1), Coleoptera (1), Colpoda spiralis sp. n. (1), Commensalism (1), Community composition (1), Côte d'Ivoire (1), cover (1), Curculio elephas (1), Curculio glandium (1), dark (1), Debaryomyces species (1), deciduous forest (1), defense (1), degradation (1), Delayed precipitation (1), density (1), density dependence (1), depth (1), desarrollo (1), descriptions (1), desert (1), Desert grasslands (1), Desert habitats (1), Deuterium labelling (1), development (1), Diaporthales (1), differential resource utilization (1), Digitaria californica (1), Distribution (1), Disturbance (1), DNA (1), Dodonea viscosa (1), Dormancy (1), Drosophila (1), Drought tolerance (1), Dry tropical highlands (1), Dryland oaks (1), ecology (1), Ecosystem dynamics (1), Ecosystem stability (1), ecosystems (1), ecotypes (1), Epirrita autumnata (1), Equivalent water thickness (1), Eragrostis intermedia (1), establishment (1), ET rates on water yield, watershed antecedent water status (1), ET, result of cumulative evaporation processes (1), evaporation from soil, energy supply/vapor pressure gradient (1), evaporation, interception, and transpiration, and concept of PET (1), Evolution (1), experimental infections (1), exudates (1), feeding behavior (1), feeding guilds (1), feeding habits (1), Field experiment (1), filter paper (1), Fire effects (1), floristics (1), Fomes fomentarius (1), Forest (1), Forest dynamics (1), forest ecology (1), forest fires (1), Forest fragmentation (1), Forest litter (1), Forest regeneration (1), Forest stand structure (1), forests (1), Fuels mapping (1), fungal anatomy (1), funnelling ratio (1), Gall (1), gall-forming insect (1), ganado (1), Gap formation (1), genomics (1), genotype (1), geographical distribution (1), Gracillariidae (1), Gradient analysis (1), grass (1), Grass and shrub dynamics (1), grasses (1), Grassland phase (1), Grassland vegetation (1), grazing (1), growth (1), Habitat fragmentation (1), habitat selection (1), heat pulse (1), Heat pulse velocity method (1), Herbaceous layer (1), herbivorous insects (1), Hierarchal cluster analysis (1), Holocene (1), Homoptera (1), host plant resistance (1), host plants (1), Host range (1), Host selection (1), host-parasite relationships (1), host-plant heterogeneity (1), hosts (1), housing (1), hydraulic lift (1), Hydrology (1), α,β-Unsaturated aldehydes (1), α,β-Unsaturated ketones (1), Individual effects (1), induced responses (1), infection frequencies (1), infection levels (1), injuries (1), Insect (1), Insect competition (1), insect pests (1), insect–plant interaction (1), insectplant relationships (1), insects (1), insolation (1), interaction modification (1), interception, of hydrologic importance in vegetative/precipitation (1), interception/measurement/precipitation in forest canopy (1), interference (1), Inter-specific associations (1), interspecific co-occurrence (1), interspecific hybridization (1), Intra-specific associations (1), introgression (1), Italian Alps (1), Kearney & Peebles (1951) (1), Kearney & Peebles (1960) (1), Kluyveromyces (1), Kluyveromyces species (1), Lamto (1), larval growth (1), larval mortality (1), larval performance (1), Laurel forest (1), leaching (1), leaf area (1), leaf curl (1), leaf length (1), leaf margin analysis (LMA) (1), leaf protein (1), leaf quality (1), leaf traits (1), leaf-chewers (1), Leaf-miner survivorship (1), leaf-mining insects (1), Life-form shift (1), light microscopy (1), livestock (1), Livestock grazing (1), long-term experiment (1), Madrean (1), Madrean vegetation (1), Magnoliopsida (1), Mammalian communities (1), Mediterranean mountains (1), Mediterranean oak forests (1), meteorological conditions (1), Microsite amelioration (1), mineral soils (1), Mistletoe (1), Mobile sandy habitat (1), MODIS (1), Monoterpenoids (1), Monsoon (1), Muhlenbergia porteri (1), multi-host–predator system (1), Mutualism (1), Myrtaceae (1), natural enemy attack (1), necrosis (1), Nectria coccinea (1), Nematodes (1), nemoria arizonaria (1), Neotropical forests (1), neotropical savanna (1), North America (1), Null models (1), Nurse objects (1), Nurse plants (1), Nutrient cycling (1), Nutrient enrichment (1), Oak forests (1), Oak woodlands (1), oaks (1), Opuntia phaeacantha (1), Oregon (1), organic matter (1), oviposition preference (1), packrat middens (1), Palaeoclimatology (1), parasitism (1), parasitoids (1), pastizal (1), pastoreo (1), path analysis (1), Pathogenicity (1), Pathogens (1), PEG (1), Perturbation (1), pest resistance (1), Phlaeothripidae (1), phloem-feeders (1), phylogenetically weighted regression (1), phylogeny (1), phytophagous (1), Picea jezoensis (1), Pichia (1), Pichia species (1), PID (1), Pine (1), pinus engelmannii (1), pinus leiophylla (1), Pinus oaxacana (1), pinyon–juniper woodland (1), Plant (1), plant communities (1), plant insect interaction (1), plant morphology (1), plant physiology (1), Plant quality (1), plant-herbivore interaction (1), Plant-insect interactions (1), Plant-pathogen interactions (1), Pleistocene (1), pluvial lakes (1), pollen (1), poly(vinyl chloride) (1), polymorphism (1), population (1), Populus fremontii (1), Postdispersal seed predation (1), Post-fire restoration (1), postzygotic barriers (1), predators (1), Predictive germination (1), productivity (1), Prosopis juliflora (1), protein composition (1), protein content (1), Q. castanea (1), Qualitative and quantitative reconstructions (1), Quercus acutifolia (1), Quercus alba (1), Quercus garryana (1), Quercus humilis (1), quercus hypoleucoides (1), Quercus ilex (1), Quercus macrocarpa (1), quercus michauxii (1), Quercus pyrenaica (1), quercus rugosa (1), Quercus stellata (1), Quercus virginiana (1), Quiescence (1), Radiocarbon (1), rain (1), range condition (1), ratios (1), rDNA (1), reciprocal transplants (1), Regeneration (1), relative humidity (1), resource availability (1), resource modification (1), responses (1), Resprouting (1), restriction mapping (1), Rhus virens (1), roble (1), Root (1), Rural (1), Salix (1), Salvage logging (1), Sampling uncertainty (1), Sap flow (1), Savanna structure (1), sawfly (1), Sciurus nayaritensis chiricahuae (1), search cues (1), seasonality (1), Secondary seed dispersal (1), Seed bank density (1), Seed bank species richness (1), seed ecology (1), Seed predation (1), seed satiation (1), Seed-caching rodents (1), Seedling (1), Seedling growth (1), Seedling predation (1), Seedling recruitment (1), Seedling survival (1), Semi-desert (1), severity (1), shade (1), Shrublands (1), size (1), slime fluxes (1), SMEX04 (1), soil depth (1), Soil enrichment (1), soil loss (1), soil temperature (1), Soil texture (1), soil water (1), soil water balance (1), soil water redistribution (1), solar radiation (1), Southern Kalahari (1), Southwestern US (1), Spain (1), Spatial distributions (1), species coexistence (1), Species interactions (1), Species–climate relationships (1), Species–climate relationships (1), sprouting (1), Stable carbon isotope (1), Stable isotope (1), storage (1), stratification (1), structural damage (1), Structural stage (1), Succession (1), sumac (1), sunlight (1), synthetic floras (1), systematic variation (1), terminology (1), Trachypogon secundus (1), transmission (1), Transpiration (1), transpiration and interception relationships (1), tree age (1), Tree functional groups (1), Tree thinning (1), Tree/grass relationship (1), treeholes (1), Tree-pasture interaction (1), trees (1), Trioza eugeniae (1), Triozidae (1), United States (1), vapor flow diffusion, pressure gradient/evaporating surfaces (1), variation within and among trees (1), vectors (1), Vegetation change (1), vegetation history (1), Vegetation index (1), Vegetation mapping (1), vegetative canopies, and throughfall relationship (1), viability (1), vivienda (1), water addition (1), water availability (1), water bodies, and evaporation (1), Water use (1), Watersheds (1), water-use efficiency (1), West Africa (1), White oak (1), wildfire (1), Wildland fuels (1), willow (1), within-tree variation (1), Woodland ecosystems (1), woodland grasslands (1), Woody encroachment removal (1), Woody species (1), yeasts (1), α,β-Unsaturated aldehydes (1), α,β-Unsaturated ketones (1)

 

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