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

Quercus geminata

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Florida (22), quercus geminata (21), Quercus (17), elevated CO2 (15), quercus myrtifolia (10), Carbon dioxide (8), Internet resource (7), Kennedy space center (7), Fire (5), insect pests (5), leaves (5), photosynthesis (5), stilbosis quadricustatella (5), carbon dioxide enrichment (4), Eucalyptus (4), herbivores (4), high temperature (4), Lake Wales Ridge (4), leafminers (4), Lepidoptera (4), mortality (4), Open-Top Chambers (4), population density (4), Quercus laevis (4), Scrub (4), acclimation (3), Disturbance (3), food plants (3), gene flow (3), insect herbivory (3), leaf miners (3), Longleaf pine (3), long-term effects (3), minirhizotrons (3), natural enemies (3), Pinus palustris Mill. (3), plant pests (3), prescribed burning (3), quercus chapmanii (3), Quercus virginiana (3), Sandhill (3), [CO2] enrichment (2), aboveground biomass (2), abundance estimate (2), alternate disturbances (2), Aphelocoma coerulescens (2), Aristida stricta Michx. (2), biogenic volatile organic compounds (BVOC) (2), biomass (2), Bromeliaceae (2), burrow camera (2), C sequestration (2), canopy closure (2), chemical constituents of plants (2), Classification and regression trees (2), conservation (2), Consumers (2), Cosmopterigidae (2), cpDNA (2), Cuba (2), Cynipidae (2), density (2), Detritivores (2), Digestible nutrients (2), distribution (2), Ecological restoration (2), Elevated [CO2] (2), elevated atmospheric CO2 (2), elevated carbon dioxide (2), elevated CO₂ (2), epiphytes (2), field experimentation (2), fine root production (2), Fire management (2), fire suppression (2), Florida rosemary scrub (2), Florida scrub (2), Foraging efficiency (2), Forest management (2), founder effect (2), freezing tolerance (2), Fruit production (2), generation time (2), genetic structure (2), Genetics (2), Gopher tortoise (2), growth (2), growth rate (2), Habitat modification (2), Habitat specialist (2), Hardwood (2), Herbicide (2), Hickory (2), host species (2), Hymenoptera (2), IKONOS (2), insect abundance (2), insect densities (2), insectivores (2), leaf area (2), leaf area index (2), leaf fall (2), leaf mining (2), leaf production (2), LIDAR (2), line transect distance sampling (2), Linear discriminant analysis (2), live oaks (2), long-term stimulation (2), Lycopersicon esculentum (tomato) (2), Mantel test (2), Masting (2), mating system (2), Mechanical disturbance (2), meta-analysis (2), Metabolomics (2), methanol (2), microbial respiration (2), Microsatellites (2), Moran's I (2), morphology (2), N fertilization (2), nitrogen cycling (2), nitrogen fixation (2), northern hemisphere (2), nuclear microsatellites (2), oak trees (2), Oaks (2), Object-based image analysis (2), over-water dispersal (2), Palmettos (2), Pasture (2), pectin methylesterase (PME) (2), pest species (2), phenotype (2), Photosynthetic upregulation (2), phylogeography (2), pinus (2), plant communities (2), Plant quality (2), predation (2), Progressive nitrogen limitation (2), Quercus laevis Walt. (2), Quercus nigra (2), Quercus oleoides (2), Quercus sagraeana (2), Quercus series Virentes (2), relative growth rate (2), Reproductive success (2), resource limitation (2), root biomass (2), Root mortality (2), Root productivity (2), Root survivorship (2), Root turnover (2), Rubisco (2), Savanna (2), scrub oak (2), scrub oaks (2), scrub-oak (2), scrub-oak forest (2), seed predation (2), seed recruitment (2), Serenoa repens (2), Shrubland (2), Simulation model (2), Sink limitation (2), Soil organic matter (2), southern hemisphere (2), Spatial structure (2), Species conservation (2), species differences (2), species-specific response (2), species-specific responses (2), stable carbon isotopes (2), Stable isotopes (2), stems (2), Stepwise masking system (2), subambient and elevated CO2 (2), sub-ambient and elevated CO2 (2), Succession (2), survival (2), Tillandsioideae (2), total counts (2), trade-off (2), tropical–temperate divide (2), Urban trees (2), WorldView-2 (2),  ectomycorrhizas (1), abscission (1), acephate (1), acorn density (1), acorn weight (1), actinomycetes (1), adaptation (1), Age structure (1), air temperature (1), Alabama (1), allozymes (1), Alnus glutinosa (1), Andropogon virginicus L. (1), anthrone technique (1), aptenopedes (1), Aristida beyrichiana (1), Aristida beyrichiana Trin. &amp (1), Arthropod abundance (1), Arthropod biomass (1), Arthropod communities (1), Arthropod prey (1), Arthropod seasonality (1), barrier islands (1), basidiomycetes (1), beach erosion (1), Beach mice (1), bifenthrin (1), biological activity in soil (1), biomass production (1), blood (1), bone (1), C3 photosynthesis (1), Canopy gaps (1), Cape Canaveral (1), carbohydrates (1), carbon (1), Carbon cycling (1), carphephorus corymbosus (1), Ceratiola ericoides scrub (1), Chainsaw felling/girdling (1), chronosequence (1), Climate change (1), Clonal propagation (1), CO2–light interaction (1), CO2–temperature interaction (1), Coastal scrub (1), Coevolution (1), Community diversity (1), Community dynamics (1), Community structure (1), Conservation management (1), Coppice (1), DCA (1), deep soil nitrogen availability (1), deme formation hypothesis (1), Demography (1), Dioecy (1), Dispersal (1), Disturbance ecology (1), Dune (1), Dynamics (1), early spring growth (1), electron transfer (1), elevated O3 (1), Endangered species (1), Endemic (1), enzyme activity (1), epithelial cells (1), Ericaceae (1), eriogonum tomentosum (1), Estuarine systems (1), evapotranspiration (1), fertilizer application (1), field experiment (1), fine roots (1), fire ecology (1), Fire effect (1), fire effects (1), Fire frequency (1), Fire strategy (1), fires (1), Flammability (1), Florida Gulf Coast (1), Florida sandhill (1), flowering (1), foliage nitrogen (1), Foliar cover (1), Food safety (1), forbs (1), Forensic botany (1), forest fires (1), Forest floor (1), forest trees (1), Fragmentation (1), freezing-induced embolism (1), frequency (1), fruiting (1), Galactia elliottii (1), Gap dynamics (1), Gap size (1), gas exchange (1), generations (1), Genetic diversity (1), genetic markers (1), genetic techniques and protocols (1), genetic variation (1), genotype (1), germination rate (1), global change (1), gross mineralization (1), gross N mineralization (1), hair (1), Hardwood reduction (1), Heavy metals (1), height (1), herbivory (1), Hexazinone (1), hipótesis de arquitectura de plantas (1), Home range (1), horticultural oils (1), host genotype (1), host plants (1), host preferences (1), host-plant quality (1), Hurricane Katrina (1), Hurricanes (1), Hydraulic conductance (1), δ¹⁵N (1), imidacloprid (1), increased atmospheric CO2 (1), indigenous species (1), infestation (1), Insect competition (1), insect development (1), Inter-specific associations (1), Intra-specific associations (1), Kermesidae (1), larvae (1), Layering (1), leaf abscission (1), leaf chewers (1), leaf conductance (1), leaf expansion (1), leaf gallers (1), leaf nitrogen (1), leaf quality (1), leaf respiration (1), leaf symmetry (1), Leafing (1), Leaf-miner survivorship (1), length (1), Licania (1), Licania michauxii (1), Life history strategy (1), light-saturated photosynthesis (1), long term effects (1), long term experiments (1), Longleaf pine ecosystems (1), Longleaf pine sandhills (1), Looney et al. (1993) (1), Louisiana (1), Mapping (1), Melanoplus (1), microbial activity (1), microsatellite fingerprinting (1), Microsite (1), Middle Wisconsin (1), migration (1), Mississippi (1), modelling (1), N:P ratios (1), Natural disturbance (1), natural forest (1), natural regeneration (1), natural selection (1), NEE (1), new host records (1), nitrogen (1), nitrogen content (1), Nitrogen mineralization (1), nitrogen remobilisation (1), nonstructural carbohydrates (NSC) (1), Northwest Florida (1), Null models (1), nymphs (1), Oak (1), Occupancy (1), ornamental trees (1), Palafoxia feayi (1), parasites (1), parasitism (1), Peromyscus polionotus niveiventris (1), Persea (1), pest management (1), phenology (1), photosynthetic acclimation (1), phyllosphere (1), Phytoremediation (1), Pinus elliotti var. densa (1), Pinus sylvestris (1), plant anatomy (1), plant architecture hypothesis (1), Plant associated microbes (1), plant characteristics (1), plant density (1), plant height. (1), plant material (1), Plant species diversity (1), plant-insect relations (1), pollen (1), pollination (1), population (1), Population augmentation (1), population ecology (1), population structure (1), prescribed fire (1), Prey availability (1), Priming (1), Pyrogenic community (1), Q. chapmanii (1), Q. geminata (1), Quercus glauca (1), quercus inopina (1), quercus myritifolia (1), Quercus. (1), Radio telemetry (1), radiocarbon dates (1), Recruitment (1), respiration (1), Resprouting (1), Restoration (1), rhizosphere (1), ribulose-bisphosphate carboxylase (1), rising atmospheric CO2 (1), root closure (1), root ecology (1), Root gaps (1), root length (1), Root sprouting (1), root systems (1), roots (1), Rupr. (1), saliva (1), Sand pine scrub (1), sandhill, Pinus palustris, longleaf pine, hardwoods, restoration, vegetation, prescribed fire, hexazinone, mechanical reduction, northwest Florida, Eglin Air Force Base (1), sandhill, Pinus palustris, longleaf pine, Pinus clausa, sand pine, hardwoods, restoration, logging, vegetation, fire suppression, northwest Florida, Eglin Air Force Base (1), Sandhills (1), scale insects (1), Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) (1), scrub-oak ecosystem (1), scrub–oak ecosystem (1), seasonal influences (1), seasonal variation (1), seed productivity (1), seed set (1), Seedling (1), semen (1), Sex ratio (1), sexual reproduction (1), short tandem repeats (1), Short tandem repeats (STR) (1), shrubs (1), Single-species management (1), sitio de importancia para la riqueza de especies (1), size (1), size of range (1), Smilax (1), Smilax auriculata (1), smoldering duff combustion (1), soil microbial biomass (1), soil microorganisms (1), soil moisture (1), soil nitrogen cycling (1), Soil organic carbon (1), soil water (1), soil water content (1), Southeastern beach mouse (1), Southern ridge sandhill (1), species richness hotspot (1), Sporobolus curtissii (Vasey) Small ex. Scribn. (1), starch (1), Stilbosis (1), stilbosis quadricusta (1), stomata (1), stomatal conductance (1), stomatal limitation (1), storm surge (1), STR (1), sugars (1), synchrony (1), taxonomic isolation (1), teeth (1), teoría de biogeografía de islas (1), theory of island biogeography (1), trees (1), Triticum aestivum (1), Uneven-aged forest (1), Vaccinium (1), Vaccinium myrsinites (1), vessel diameters (1), virulence (1), vulnerability to cavitation (1), Warming stress (1), water table (1), water use efficiency (1), wheat (1), which follows Peet (1993). Vouchers for each species were collected and deposited at the University of Central Florida herbarium (1), woodlands (1), Wunderlin (1982) (1), Wunderlin (1982) except for Aristida beyrichiana (1), Wunderlin (1982). (1), Xerophyte (1), xylem (1), yield (1)

 

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