Australian New Crops Info 2014
Supported by the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation

Listing of Interesting Plants of the World:

Quercus gambelii

Keywords

[Total number of keywords: 2857]

 

Quercus gambelii (75), Arizona (40), Pinus ponderosa (36), ponderosa pine (32), Colorado (21), Utah (18), hybridization (16), Quercus (16), Ecological restoration (13), climate change (12), introgression (12), Juniperus osteosperma (12), New Mexico (12), Pinus edulis (12), Gambel oak (11), Wildfire (10), drought (9), Forest structure (9), hybrids (9), Southwest (9), Nitrogen (8), plant morphology (8), Prescribed fire (8), biomass (7), dendrochronology (7), Disturbance (7), mortality (7), Paleoecology (7), plant anatomy (7), Fire (6), Fire ecology (6), Forest change (6), forest trees (6), mule deer (6), Quercus turbinella (6), Restoration (6), Thinning (6), Tree mortality (6), aspen (5), biodiversity (5), Cervus elaphus (5), Climate (5), ecological wood anatomy (5), Fagaceae (5), Fire history (5), genetic variation (5), herbivory (5), hybrid zone (5), Internet resource (5), Lepidoptera (5), Phyllonorycter (5), plant water transport (5), Populus tremuloides (5), prescribed burning (5), Regeneration (5), Speciation (5), taxonomy (5), temperature (5), transpiration (5), Vegetation (5), Adaptive management (4), altitude (4), Carbon (4), Diversity (4), Dust (4), Elk (4), energy development (4), Evapotranspiration (4), Fire regime (4), forest ecology (4), Forest restoration (4), Forest stand dynamics (4), Fort Valley Experimental Forest (4), functional traits (4), G. A. Pearson (4), Genetic diversity (4), Grand Canyon National Park (4), habitat (4), human activity (4), hydraulic conductivity (4), Landsat (4), Land-use legacies (4), leaf economics spectrum (4), leaves (4), litter decomposition (4), Long-term data (4), Mastication (4), mating system (4), microsatellites (4), Mixed conifer forest (4), Mixed-severity fire (4), Odocoileus hemionus (4), Permanent plots (4), photosynthesis (4), Plantago (4), Population genetics (4), precipitation (4), rangelands (4), Reproductive isolation (4), San Juan Mountains (4), Spatial patterns (4), Subspecies (4), Succession (4), T. S. Woolsey, Jr. (4), tannins (4), Tree rings (4), white fir (4), Woolsey plots (4), Bark beetle (3), bark thickness (3), Basidiomycota (3), browse plants (3), Chipping (3), Coconino National Forest (3), Colorado Plateau (3), Competition (3), coniferous forests (3), decay fungi (3), desert grassland (3), developmental stages (3), diameter (3), ecohydrology (3), ecology (3), fawn (3), Forest composition (3), forest dynamics (3), Forest fire (3), forest management (3), forest soils (3), Fuel (3), Fuels management (3), galls (3), gas exchange (3), gene flow (3), geographical distribution (3), goats (3), grazing (3), groundwater (3), host plants (3), humidity (3), interspecific hybridization (3), Juniperus monosperma (3), Kaibab Plateau (3), Leaf surface (3), Mexico (3), Mixed-conifer (3), monitoring (3), mutualism (3), nest success (3), oaks (3), parasitism (3), parasitoids (3), performance (3), Phenolics (3), Picea abies (3), Pleistocene (3), polyandry (3), Ponderosa pine forest (3), Populus (3), Pre-settlement (3), Quaking aspen (3), Quaking aspen forest (3), quercus grisea (3), Quercus ilex (3), Quercus macrocarpa (3), red-faced warbler (3), rocky mountain elk (3), sagebrush (3), semiarid ecosystems (3), sex ratio (3), Silviculture (3), Slash management (3), soil fertility (3), soil respiration (3), Southwest USA (3), species richness (3), spruce (3), Spruce-fir forest (3), Stable isotope (3), Stable Isotopes (3), stand density (3), Stand dynamics (3), strix occidentalis lucida (3), Structural equation modeling (3), Ursus americanus (3), vegetation history (3), Volatile organic compounds (3), vulnerability curves (3), water relations (3), water stress (3), water use efficiency (3), Wind erosion (3), xylem cavitation (3), xylem transport (3), 2-D DIGE (2), Abies concolor (2), Abundance (2), adaptation (2), AFLP (2), Agromyzidae (2), agronomic uses of Vertisols, varying - climate and suitability of associated soils (2), air-seeding mechanism (2), allometry (2), American Indians (2), ammonia (2), Andricus (2), Apple (2), Arid grassland (2), Artemisia tridentata (2), Atmospheric circulation patterns (2), Axiomatization (2), basal area (2), Bayesian hierarchical modeling (2), Biocontrol (2), biogeochemistry (2), birth site (2), Border fence (2), Bowden's estimator (2), breeding system (2), Bromus tectorum (2), browse (2), Brush encroachment (2), Brush invasion (2), canopy (2), capture (2), Carbon loads (2), Carbon storage (2), Cardellina rubrifrons (2), Centennial Valley (2), Centrocercus minimus (2), Cheatgrass (2), chemical composition (2), chemotaxonomy (2), classification of Vertisols - relationships among suborders of Vertisols (2), Colorado piñon pine (2), common garden experiment (2), communities, patterns and elementary processes - ecological communities, classified (2), community assembly (2), community ecology, patterns and processes - two species, at a particular location (2), comparative ecology (2), complex indirect interactions - chains of three or more interacting species (2), Complex terrain (2), conductance (2), Corridor (2), coyote (2), Cynipidae (2), dark, clayey soils, shrinking and swelling - in continents, except Antarctica (2), dendroecology (2), Dendrology (2), Desertification (2), determinants of plant community diversity and structure (2), deuterium (2), deuterium excess (2), differential introgression (2), digestibility (2), Diptera (2), discrete choice modeling (2), distribution limits (2), Disturbance ecology (2), disturbance gradient (2), disturbance history (2), disturbance regime (2), DNA fingerprinting (2), Dolomite Outcrop (2), Drosophila pseudoobscura (2), drought responses (2), Dry Season (2), Drylands (2), ecological niche modelling (2), Ecological speciation (2), ectomycorrhizae (2), eddy covariance (2), eddy-covariance (2), Elevation (2), elevational gradient (2), Elton's functional roles of species - crucial, communities changing in response to natural or anthropogenic changes (2), embolism refilling (2), Encroachment (2), endophytic fungi, attack on leaf gallers (2), Environmental health (2), ephemeral stream (2), Epistemology (2), erosion (2), establishment (2), evolution (2), Evolutionary history (2), extrapolation (2), feed intake (2), fetus (2), Fire behavior (2), fire management (2), Fire risk reduction (2), food plants (2), forage (2), Forest (2), Forest decline (2), Forest health (2), forest history (2), Forest Inventory and Analysis (2), forest litter (2), forest thinning (2), Forest Vegetation Simulator (2), Formica (2), Fuel load equations (2), Fuel loading (2), Fuel reduction (2), fuels (2), fuelwood (2), fungi, role in communities and ecosystems (2), General circulation model (2), generalized semivariogram (2), Genetic adaptation (2), Genetic connectivity (2), genetics (2), geographical races (2), geomorphology (2), Geraniaceae (2), Geum rivale (2), Geum urbanum (2), GIS (2), Global change (2), Gnomonia (2), gnomonia cerastis (2), goat feeding (2), GPS mapping (2), Gradient (2), grasses and forbs, dominating vegetative cover - on most Vertisols (2), Grasslands (2), Great Plains (2), ground-nesting birds (2), grouse (2), growth (2), Growth and yield (2), Guatemala (2), Gunnison sage-grouse (2), habitat associations (2), habitat quality (2), habitat selection (2), height (2), Heliothis virescens (2), herbicides (2), herbiovores of aboveground tissues, interacting in diverse ways (2), herbivore interaction with mycorrhizal, endophytic fungi (2), hierarchical model (2), Holocene (2), home range (2), host (2), host plant (2), host-parasite relationships (2), hybrid fitness (2), hydraulic architecture (2), in vitro digestibility (2), Inference (2), Interbreeding (2), intermittent stream (2), Internet resource AgSpace (2), Isolation by distance (2), isoprene (2), Isosource (2), isozymes (2), Junco phaeonotus (2), Karst Region (2), Landscape connectivity (2), Landscape metrics (2), Landscape pattern (2), landscape-scale (2), larvae (2), leaf conductance (2), Leaf trichomes (2), Leaf wettability (2), leafminers (2), lekking species (2), Light intensity (2), Lower Red Rock Lake (2), mark—resight (2), maximum entropy (2), measurement (2), Measurement error (2), Mechanical thinning (2), meiotic drive (2), Metabolic scaling theory (2), methodology (2), Mexican spotted owl (2), microclimates and small-scale hydrology - differing, microrelief features of knolls and basins (2), Mites (2), mixed logit-normal mark—resight model (2), MLTR (2), model systems, interaction among plants, mycorrhizal fungi, herbivores (2), MODIS (2), molecular marker (2), montane riparian forest (2), mountain ecohydrology (2), movement (2), Moving-window metrics (2), Mt. Trumbull (2), mycorrhizal fungi and herbivores, no direct interaction (2), mycorrhizal fungi, and performance of oak herbivores (2), national forests (2), natural enemies (2), natural gas field (2), natural patterns, and mathematical models - causes of community organization (2), natural regeneration (2), neonate (2), Neotoma mexicana (2), Neotyphodium and herbivores, interactions with one another (2), Neotyphodium–grass systems, endophytes, herbivores, mycorrhizal fungi (2), nest substrate (2), nesting (2), nest-sites (2), net ecosystem exchange (2), nitrogen content (2), northern Arizona (2), Oak (2), optimal sampling density (2), Organic matter (2), oviposition preference (2), Oxygen isotopes (2), Packrat middens (2), paleoecology and land-use history (2), parasites (2), parturition (2), peculiar pedogenic landform - occupied by Vertisols, microtopography called “gilgai” (2), performance filter (2), Phase change (2), Phenocam (2), phosphorus (2), physically defined communities, species assemblages - in place or habitat (2), phytotoxicity (2), Pinedale glaciation (2), piñon–juniper woodlands (2), Pinus strobiformis (2), Pinus sylvestris (2), Pinus, herbivore impact on EMF, lesser effect of EMF on herbivores (2), Pisolithus tinctorius (2), Plant biodiversity (2), plant characteristics (2), plant communities (2), Plant community (2), plant competition (2), plant physiology (2), Plant proteomics (2), plant species composition changes, along elevational gradient - Santa Catalina Mountains of southeastern Arizona (2), plant strategy (2), plant-water relations (2), Plethodon (2), pollen (2), pollen dispersal (2), Population (2), population density (2), population dynamics (2), population estimation (2), population history (2), Population structure (2), Populous tremuloides (2), Populus spp (2), presettlement (2), Principal components (2), Pseudotsuga migration (2), public land surveys (2), Quercus gambelii Nutt. (2), Radiation (2), Radioecology (2), rare pit hypothesis (2), reconstruction (2), reconstruction modeling (2), reference conditions (2), reforestation (2), regeneration dynamics (2), regression analysis (2), reinforcement (2), relative humidity (2), remating (2), resource selection (2), resource selection function (2), Restoration ecology (2), Resuspension (2), ring-porous trees (2), Riparian vegetation (2), Robinia (2), root distribution (2), salamander (2), Saltcedar (2), sampling bias (2), sampling design (2), sap flow (2), Scale extent and grain (2), schematic illustration of “soil mechanics” - of Vertisol development (2), secondarily evaporated water (2), seed mass (2), Semiarid grassland (2), semiarid zones (2), sexual selection (2), Site index (2), snags (2), soil CO2 efflux (2), Soil contamination (2), soil diffusion profile (2), soil fauna (2), soil moisture (2), soil organic matter (2), Soil structure (2), Soil texture (2), soil water distribution (2), South Dakota (2), southwest North America (2), Spatial heterogeneity (2), spatial reference conditions (2), Spatial regression analysis (2), Species composition (2), species diversity (2), Species problem (2), species richness, convenient descriptive device - functional attributes of communities (2), specific leaf area (2), specific root length (2), Spectral mixture analysis (2), sperm competition (2), stable deuterium isotope (2), stand structure (2), stems (2), suborders and great groups - in the Vertisols order (2), Systematic survey (2), Tamaricaceae (2), Taphonomy (2), temperate forests (2), temperate lowland mixed forest (2), Temperature effects (2), tortuosity (2), tree patches (2), Tree regeneration (2), Tree thinning (2), trophic levels, subsets of species within communities - energy acquisition in similar ways (2), tropical forests (2), Uncertainty (2), understanding of sources of biological diversity - in stressed, fragmented natural ecosystems (2), Understory vegetation (2), Ungulate trail network (2), USA (2), Utah juniper (2), UV-B radiation (2), vaginal implant transmitter (VIT) (2), Valles Caldera (2), Vertisols - shrinking and swelling of dark clay soils (2), Vertisols, forming from parent material - neutral to alkaline reaction (2), vessel evolution (2), water balance (2), Water salvage (2), Water Source (2), water sources (2), water use (2), water use strategies (2), Western Bluebird (2), western North America (2), western USA (2), wildland fire use (2), Wildland–urban interface (2), Wolong Natural Reserve (2), wood density (2), woodland expansion (2), Woodrat midden (2), Woody plant encroachment (2), Woody plant invasion (2), xylem flow resistance (2), yellow-eyed junco (2), 18O/16O (1), Abies (1), Abies lasiocarpa (1), Abiotic and biotic habitat variables (1), abiotic conditions (1), Abiotic filter (1), accumulation of canopy snow (1), Acer saccharum subsp. grandidentatum (1), acetyl esters (1), acid soils (1), adaptive radiation (1), admixture and assignment analysis (1), Aeolian (1), Aerial application (1), AFLP composition (1), age (1), age structure (1), agricultural soils (1), Akaike's information criterion (1), álamos (1), allelopathy (1), Allozymes (1), alluvial soils (1), alluvium (1), alpha-beta-gamma diversity (1), altitudinal gradient (1), Amaranthus hypochondriacus, grain amaranth, embryo sac, fertilization. (1), American black bear (1), ammonium compounds (1), AMOVA (1), amplified fragment length polymorphism (1), analysis (1), ancestral polymorphism (1), angiosperm reproduction (1), Angora goats (1), animal communities (1), Annuals (1), Anon. (1999) (1), Antagonism (1), anthelmintic (1), Aphidius ervi (1), Apiognomonia errabunda (1), appropriate spatial scale, describing HRV in landscape structure (1), Aquilegia (1), aquilegia longissima (1), arboreta (1), Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) (1), Argillic horizon (1), arid lands (1), Arizona Sky Islands (1), arthropod community composition (1), arthropod community structure (1), arthropod composition (1), arthropod richness (1), artificial roosts (1), asci (1), ascospores (1), Asexual reproduction (1), ash (1), assembly rules (1), Atmospheric modeling (1), Attractant (1), AUC (1), Aversive conditioning treatments (1), avian species richness (1), BACI design (1), Bacillus thuringiensis (1), band-sharing coefficients (1), Baptisia (1), baptisia leucophaea (1), Barro Colorado Island (1), bat barks (1), bat boxes (1), bats (1), bear (1), Bechan Cave (1), behaviour (1), Berry borers (1), best management practices (1), Betula lenta (1), Bimodal hybrid zones (1), Binary classification (1), bioassays (1), biochemical pathways (1), Biogeochemical cycles (1), biogeography (1), biological control (1), biological resistance (1), Biological soil crust (1), biomass determination (1), Biomonitoring (1), Biotic filter (1), Birds (1), black-headed grosbeak (1), bloat (1), body weight (1), bog oak (1), Borrichia spp (1), botanical composition (1), botanical gardens (1), bottom-up (1), Boulder (1), Bowen ratio (1), breeding birds (1), BROOK90 (1), Browses (1), bruchid beetles (1), brush mouse (1), Bryophyta (1), buds (1), Bulges (1), burn severity (1), butterfly (1), C cycling (1), C3 and C4 plants (1), California (1), Cameraria (1), Canker disease (1), Canopy arthropods (1), Canopy height (1), canopy storage capacity (1), canopy surface storage (1), Canyon (1), Canyonlands National Park (1), Carabidae (1), Carbon budget (1), Carbon cycling (1), Carbon dioxide (1), carbon isotope (1), carbon isotope composition (1), Carbon monoxide (1), Carbon sequestration (1), Caribbean (1), carrion (1), carry-over effects (1), cattle (1), Cavitation (1), Cavities (1), Cavitron (1), Cavity-nesting birds (1), Ceanothus velutinus (1), Cecropia (1), cedar elm (1), cellulose (1), Centralization (1), Centrocercus (1), Centroid vector (1), Cercocarpus montanus (1), CH4 (1), Channel morphology (1), chaparral (1), chaparral control (1), Charaxinae (1), Charcoal analysis (1), chemical constituents of plants (1), chemical control (1), Chemical weathering (1), Chiroptera (1), choosing the temporal scale of HRV, appropriate state variables (1), Cinder cones (1), cistus incanus subsp. creticus (1), Cistus villosus, Cistaceae (1), Classification and regression trees (1), Classification trees (1), clearcutting (1), Climate effect on fire regime (1), climate, role in spatiotemporal characteristics of disturbance regime (1), climatic factors (1), Clonal propagation (1), clonal species (1), Cloud forest (1), cloud seeding (1), CO2 (1), coccochorella quercicola (1), Coffee berry borers (1), coffee leaf miners (1), Coleoptera (1), colonization (1), colony level selection (1), ColoradoUSA (1), Commensalism (1), community dynamics (1), community ecology (1), Community structure (1), composición de artrópodos (1), Composite variable (1), Composition (1), Compound-specific carbon isotope analysis (1), Condensed tannins (1), Conifer encroachment (1), connectivity (1), conservation biogeography (1), conservation genetics (1), construction cost (1), contact angle (1), coral reef (1), core-satellite species hypothesis (1), Corn (1), costs and returns (1), cottonwoods (1), cpDNA (1), crop yield (1), Crown damage (1), Crown fire (1), Crown fire potential (1), crude protein (1), cryptic species (1), Cubist (1), D/H (1), Daily gain (1), day-bed (1), Deciduous (1), deciduous tree (1), Decline (1), Decomposition rate (1), deer mice (1), deer mouse (1), defense (1), defoliation (1), Dendroctonus (1), Dendroctonus brevicomis (1), Dendroctonus valens (1), dependent lineages (1), Detritus material (1), Deuterium (D) (1), development time (1), diarrhoea (1), diet (1), digestible energy (1), Digestive interactions (1), direct effect (1), disequilibrium (1), disholcaspis perniciosa (1), disposition of canopy snow (1), distributed hydrologic model (1), distribution (1), diurnal variation (1), diversidad de plantas hospederas (1), DNA (1), DNA primers (1), double fertilization (1), Douglas fir (1), drought tolerance (1), Dry mixed conifer (1), Dubautia (1), Dung (1), Dynamics (1), ecological classification (1), Ecological divergence (1), ecological elements, important foci for HRV assessments (1), Ecological indicators (1), Ecological processes (1), econometrics (1), ecophysiology (1), ecosystem (1), ecosystem classification (1), ecosystem elements, some, and consequences for ecological integrity/resilience (1), Effluent (1), El Niño (1), electrophoresis (1), ellagic acid (1), ellagitannin (1), ellagitannins (1), Emission factor (1), endangered species (1), endmember mixing analysis (1), endophytes (1), Endophytic fungi (1), energy balance (1), energy resources (1), Environmental disturbance (1), environmental effect (1), environmental effects (1), environmental factors (1), Environmental fate (1), Environmental policy (1), environmental variability (1), enzyme activity (1), Eriophorum russeolum (1), Escalante River Basin (1), esophagus (1), Estancia Basin (1), estimation (1), Euceratherium (1), evaporation (1), evergreen tree (1), exclosure (1), exogenous selection (1), Exotic plants (1), Exotic species (1), F1 hybrids (1), Facultative resprouter (1), feeding behavior (1), feeding habits (1), feline (1), fertilization (1), fire exclusion (1), Fire hazard (1), Fire hazard mitigation (1), Fire hazards (1), fire ignitions (1), Fire regimes (1), Fire severity (1), Fire surrogates (1), Fire–climate (1), Fire–climate (1), fires (1), Flavonoids (1), flood frequency (1), flood season (1), flora (1), Florida Keys (1), flowering (1), flowering phenology (1), Fomes fomentarius (1), Foraging theory (1), forest bats (1), forest floor (1), forest hydrology (1), forest insects (1), Forest inventory (1), forest mensuration (1), Forest operations (1), forest pests (1), Forest spraying (1), Forest stand structure (1), forests (1), form factors (1), Formica obscuripes (1), founder effects (1), framework, applying HRV concept to ecosystem management (1), free air exposure (1), freezing-induced embolism (1), frequency (1), Fucaceae (1), Fuel reduction treatment (1), Fuel treatment (1), fuels (fire ecology) (1), Fuels mapping (1), Fuels treatments (1), functional tree types (1), functional wood anatomy (1), fungal anatomy (1), Fungal diversity (1), fungal endophytes (1), fungal mutualism (1), Fungal species richness (1), gall midge (1), Gall wasp (1), gallwasp (1), GAMs (1), genes vs environment (1), genetic caste determination (1), Genetic cline (1), genetic composition (1), genetic distance (1), Genetic drift (1), genetic introgression (1), genetic markers (1), genetic similarity (1), genetic structure (1), genetic techniques and protocols (1), geographic information system (1), geostatistics (1), geraniin. (1), Geranium viscosissimum var. viscosissimum, Erodium cicutarium (1), glacial refugia (1), Goat (1), Gracillariidae (1), Gradient analysis (1), Grand Canyon (1), gray fox (1), Greece (1), ground water (1), growth curve (1), growth rate (1), growth retardation (1), Guadalupe mountains (1), gymnosperm reproduction (1), habitat isolation (1), habitat relationships (1), habitats (1), Half-sib family (1), Hawaiian silversword alliance (1), herbaceous (1), herbivores (1), heterosis (1), híbridos naturales (1), High severity (1), highlands (1), hill land (1), historical map (1), historical plots (1), historical review (1), history (1), homogalacturonan methyl ester (1), Homoploid (1), honeydew (1), Hordeum vulgare (1), Host location behavior (1), host plant quality (1), host preference (1), host race (1), host races (1), Host range (1), Host selection (1), host-parasitoid interactions (1), host-plant cross-type diversity (1), HRV assessment and four essential steps, and SJNF application (1), HRV concept, ecological system within or outside of HRV (1), HRV of ecosystem in planning, evaluating resilience in ecosystems (1), HRV understood within the approach used, and seral stage mapping (1), HRV within a rich framework, insights into current ecological conditions (1), Hybrid (1), Hydraulic conductance (1), hydrogen isotope (1), hydrologic response (1), hydrology (1), hydrology modelling (1), hydroxyl radical (1), Hygrophila pogonocalyx (1), Hylobius abietis (1), Hypersphere (1), hyphae (1), Image classification (1), Imperiled species (1), Importance Value (1), in vitro fertilization (1), In vivo dry matter digestibility (1), incidence (1), increment tables (1), Indirect defense (1), indirect effect (1), indirect effects (1), infiltration (hydrology) (1), inhibitors (1), Insect attack (1), insect growth inhibitors (1), insect pests (1), insect—plant alterations (1), insolation (1), interactions (1), interspecific gene flow (1), intraspecific variation (1), invasion (1), invertebrate (1), Ips (1), Ips pini (1), Ips pini (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) (1), isolating mechanisms (1), isolation by time (1), Isoprene capacity (1), Isotope analysis (1), isotopes (1), isotopic composition (1), ITS1F–ITS4 (1), Jaccard’s index (1), Juniperus (1), juniperus deppeana (1), Juniperus scopulorum (1), juvenility (1), Kaibab (1), Kaibab National Forest (1), Kansas (1), KEY TERMS (1), keys (1), K-fold cross-validation (1), Korean Black Goat (1), labile sex (1), lachnus (1), Lake Tulane (1), land restoration (1), Landforms (1), Landsat TM (1), landscape disturbance-succession, RMLands, grid-based, simulation model (1), Landscape evolution (1), Larix sibirica (1), larval mortality (1), leaf area index (1), leaf decomposition (1), leaf gas exchange (1), Leaf habit (1), leaf hydrophobicity (1), Leaf miners (1), leaf quality (1), leaf surface storage (1), Leaf temperature (1), leaf toughness (1), Leaf water repellency (1), Leaf waxes (1), leafminer (1), leaf-miner (1), Leguminosae (1), Lek (1), LiDAR (1), life cycle (organisms) (1), life history (1), life-history traits (1), light (1), light gap (1), Lignotuber (1), lignotubers (1), Liquidambar (1), litter diversity (1), litter mixtures (1), liveweight gain (1), local adaptation (1), local-regional gradient (1), Log size (1), Logistic regression (1), longevity (1), Lop-and-scattering (1), macroinvertebrate assemblages (1), Magnoliophyta (1), Mancos shale, Menefee shale, mulch, organic fertilizer, polymer, seeding, transplants (1), maricopa (1), marine alga (1), maternal effect genes (1), maternity roost (1), mathematical models (1), mating systems (1), Matorral (1), Meat quality (1), meat type (1), Mechanical mastication (1), Mechanical treatment (1), Medicago sativa (1), Mediterranean-type climate (1), metabolism (1), meteorological station (1), methane (1), Methane oxidation (1), Metopolophium festucae (1), Mexican monsoon (1), Mexican woodrat (1), Microbial biomass (1), microhabitat characteristics (1), Microhistology (1), Middle Wisconsinan (1), Midwestern United States (1), mine spoil (1), mined land (1), Mineral nutrient cycling (1), mist netting (1), mixed conifer (1), mixed conifer forests (1), Mixed forest (1), mixed forests (1), Mixed-conifer forest (1), mixed-conifer-aspen, southern rocky mountains, changes in fire intervals (1), model calibration (1), model calibration, overlooked or misused in HRV, adjusting parameters (1), model selection (1), modeling (1), modeling HRV at a range of scales, an example application (1), Models (1), Mojave (1), Molecular methods (1), Mongolia (1), Monoterpenes (1), Monsoon (1), Montastraea (1), Monte-Carlo simulation (1), morphology (1), mosaic hybrid zone (1), mountains (1), Mucuna pruriens (1), Multi-dimension space (1), multiscalar (1), Multi-scale analysis (1), multitrophic interactions (1), multi-trophic interactions (1), Multivariate instantaneous trend (1), Multivariate model (1), Multivariate time series (1), 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