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

Quercus grisea

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[Total number of keywords: 516]

 

Quercus (15), hybridization (14), introgression (13), hybrid zone (6), hybrids (6), New Mexico (6), Quercus gambelii (6), Genetic diversity (5), quercus grisea (5), Speciation (5), Plantago (4), Subspecies (4), biodiversity (3), ecological niche modelling (3), Fagaceae (3), herbivory (3), microsatellites (3), oaks (3), Phyllonorycter (3), AFLP (2), Anti-topoisomerase activities (2), Ants (2), breeding system (2), chemical composition (2), climate change (2), common garden experiment (2), competition (2), Dendrology (2), Deoxyribose (2), differential introgression (2), Dilution-to-extinction cultivation (2), DPPH (2), Ecological speciation (2), endophytes (2), endophytic fungi, attack on leaf gallers (2), Evolutionary history (2), Foliar endophytic fungus (2), foraging behaviour (2), Formicidae (2), fungi, role in communities and ecosystems (2), gene flow (2), genetic variation (2), Geum rivale (2), Geum urbanum (2), Global change (2), Goldspotted oak borer (2), herbiovores of aboveground tissues, interacting in diverse ways (2), herbivore interaction with mycorrhizal, endophytic fungi (2), herbivores (2), hybrid (2), hybrid fitness (2), Indigenous exotic species (2), interspecific hybridization (2), Invasive species (2), Isolation by distance (2), Leaf trichomes (2), Leafminers (2), mating system (2), Mites (2), MLTR (2), model systems, interaction among plants, mycorrhizal fungi, herbivores (2), molecular marker (2), morphology (2), mortality (2), mycorrhizal fungi and herbivores, no direct interaction (2), mycorrhizal fungi, and performance of oak herbivores (2), Neotyphodium and herbivores, interactions with one another (2), Neotyphodium–grass systems, endophytes, herbivores, mycorrhizal fungi (2), Oak mortality (2), parasitism (2), Particle filtration (2), Phenolics (2), Phloem/xylem borer (2), Pinus, herbivore impact on EMF, lesser effect of EMF on herbivores (2), Plant biodiversity (2), Plethodon (2), population history (2), Populus spp (2), Quercus ilex (2), reinforcement (2), reproductive barriers (2), reproductive isolation (2), resource discovery (2), salamander (2), Scale extent and grain (2), search behaviour (2), Species richness estimator (2), Species-accumulation curve (2), temperature (2), Western Sierra Madre (2), Abundance (1), Adaptation (1), adaptive radiation (1), Admixture (1), Aerial pollution (1), AFLP composition (1), álamos (1), alfalfa (1), alfalfa hay (1), Allozymes (1), alpha-beta-gamma diversity (1), ancestral polymorphism (1), Andricus (1), animal communities (1), Antecedent precipitation index (1), Arizona (1), arthropod community composition (1), arthropod community structure (1), arthropod composition (1), arthropod richness (1), ash (1), assembly rules (1), Atriplex canescens (1), Barro Colorado Island (1), Betula (1), Bimodal hybrid zones (1), biochemical pathways (1), biological resistance (1), biomes (1), Birch (1), bog oak (1), Borrichia spp (1), bottom-up (1), Bouteloua gracilis (1), bruchid beetles (1), burning (1), Cameraria (1), Canopy arthropods (1), Caribbean (1), causal modelling (1), Classification and regression trees (1), clearcutting (1), Climate (1), Clonal propagation (1), coccochorella quercicola (1), colony level selection (1), community ecology (1), Community genetics (1), Community structure (1), composición de artrópodos (1), Condensed tannins (1), coral reef (1), cottonwoods (1), cpDNA (1), crude protein (1), Crusted soils (1), cryptic species (1), cultural control (1), Cynipidae (1), dependent lineages (1), Deterministic model (1), developmental stages (1), diet (1), disequilibrium (1), diversidad de plantas hospederas (1), Diversity (1), Dubautia (1), Ecological divergence (1), Ecology (1), elevation (1), ellagitannins (1), endophyte (1), Endophytic fungi (1), environmental conditions (1), environmental emasculation hypothesis (1), Eucalyptus (1), evolution (1), exogenous selection (1), F1 hybrids (1), feeding preferences (1), Florida Keys (1), floristics (1), flowering phenology (1), foliar traits (1), Forest stand structure (1), Forest structure (1), Fuels mapping (1), fungal endophytes (1), fungal mutualism (1), gall midge (1), Gall wasp (1), galls (1), gallwasp (1), generalists (1), genes vs environment (1), genetic caste determination (1), Genetic cline (1), genetic composition (1), genetic introgression (1), genetic structure (1), genetic techniques and protocols (1), Genetics (1), geographical variation (1), glacial refugia (1), Gnomonia (1), gnomonia cerastis (1), goats (1), Gracillariidae (1), Gradient analysis (1), Habitat fragmentation (1), habitat isolation (1), habitats (1), Half-sib family (1), Hawaiian silversword alliance (1), hay (1), Helicoverpa zea (1), heterosis (1), híbridos naturales (1), Homoploid (1), Hortonian runoff (1), host genotype (1), host plants (1), host preference (1), host race (1), host races (1), host-parasite relationships (1), host-plant cross-type diversity (1), Hybrid zones (1), hybrid zones – phenotypic plasticity (1), Hydraulic properties (1), in vitro digestibility (1), insect resistance (1), insect—plant alterations (1), interactions (1), Internet resource (1), interspecific gene flow (1), invasion (1), Island-biogeography (1), isolating mechanisms (1), isolation by time (1), Jaccard’s index (1), juniperus deppeana (1), Juniperus monosperma (1), Krascheninnikovia lanata (1), landscape genetics (1), Larrea tridentata (1), larvae (1), last glacial maximum (1), leaf margin analysis (LMA) (1), leaf-miner (1), Leguminosae (1), Lepidoptera (1), local adaptation (1), local-regional gradient (1), maricopa (1), mating systems (1), Mexico (1), mid-Holocene (1), molecules (1), Montastraea (1), mosaic hybrid zone (1), multi-trophic interactions (1), natural enemies (1), natural hybrids (1), Niche (1), nitrogen (1), nitrogen retention (1), North America (1), oak trees (1), occidentalis (1), Ochnaceae (1), Olacaceae (1), Overgrazing (1), oviposition preference (1), Packrat middens (1), Palm (1), Panama (1), Parapatric evolution (1), parasites (1), parasites of insect pests (1), parasitoids (1), pastures (1), phenolic compounds (1), Phenolic glycosides (1), phenotypic variation (1), Pinus edulis (1), plant defence mechanisms (1), plant functional types (1), plant hybridization (1), plant macrofossil data (1), Plant–microfungi–herbivore interactions (1), pod abscission (1), Pogonomyrmex (1), pollen competition (1), pollen data (1), pollen dispersal (1), pollen quality (1), Polyploidy (1), population density (1), population differentiation (1), population structure (1), Populus (1), Populus spp. (1), Postzygotic isolation (1), Prezygotic isolation (1), Prosopis glandulosa (1), Pseudoplusia includens (1), QTL (1), quantitative trait loci (QTLs) (1), Quercus crispula (1), Quercus wislizeni (1), Rainfall–runoff relationship (1), random amplified polymorphic DNA technique (1), range expansion (1), RAPD markers (1), recombinant inbred lines (1), red oaks (1), relative humidity (1), Remote sensing (1), Reticulation (1), riqueza de artrópodos (1), Runoff (1), Salicaceae (1), Salix (1), salt marsh (1), seasonal variation (1), seed coat chemistry (1), selection (1), sexual isolation (1), shared ancestral alleles (1), shrubs (1), sibling species complex (1), similarity rule (1), Soil losses (1), spatial autocorrelation (1), spatial scale (1), specialists (1), Species barriers (1), species boundary (1), species distribution models (1), species diversity (1), species richness (1), sprouting (1), survivorship (1), Susceptibility to herbivores (1), synthetic floras (1), terpenoids (1), top-down (1), Traditional management (1), transgressive segregation (1), trees (1), tri-trophic interactions (1), Trophic interactions (1), tropical forests (1), Unimodal hybrid zones (1), vegetation changes (1), Vegetation mapping (1), vertebrates (1), weed control (1), weed palatability (1), western North America (1), Willows (1), within-host divergence (1), woody weeds (1)

 

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Grateful acknowledgment is made to the following: for plant names: Australian Plant Name Index, Australian National Herbarium http://www.anbg.gov.au/cpbr/databases/apni-search-full.html; ; The International Plant Names Index, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew/Harvard University Herbaria/Australian National Herbarium http://www.ipni.org/index.html; Plants Database, United States Department of Agriculture, National Resources Conservation Service http://plants.usda.gov/;DJ Mabberley (1997) The Plant Book, Cambridge University Press (Second Edition); JH Wiersma and B Leon (1999) World Economic Plants, CRC Press; RJ Hnatiuk (1990) Census of Australian Vascular Plants, Australian Government Publishing Service; for information: Science Direct http://www.sciencedirect.com/; Wiley Online Library http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/advanced/search; High Wire http://highwire.stanford.edu/cgi/search; Oxford Journals http://services.oxfordjournals.org/search.dtl; USDA National Agricultural Library http://agricola.nal.usda.gov/booleancube/booleancube_search_cit.html; for synonyms: The Plant List http://www.theplantlist.org/; for common names: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page; etc.


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