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

Quercus ilicifolia

Keywords

[Total number of keywords: 912]

 

Quercus ilicifolia (31), Pine barrens (10), Pinus rigida (9), Disturbance (8), fire (8), Massachusetts (8), New England (8), Shrublands (7), management (6), plant communities (6), heathlands (5), Pennsylvania (5), Pitch Pine (5), vegetation (5), birds (4), conservation (4), cultural landscape (4), geographical distribution (4), Habitat fragmentation (4), Nitrogen (4), Urban ecosystem (4), barrens (3), biodiversity (3), Black locust (3), Canonical correspondence analysis (3), Carbon sequestration (3), Early-successional habitat (3), growth rate (3), Indicator species (3), Invasive species (3), land-use history (3), palaeoecology (3), Pollen (3), Population (3), population dynamics (3), Quercus (3), Road slope (3), sandy soils (3), scale (3), seasonal variation (3), Semi-humid (3), sex allocation (3), soil fertility (3), Soil restoration (3), species richness (3), Succession (3), Variation partitioning (3), woody plants (3), acorns (2), adaptation (2), Albany Pine Bush (2), Appalachian Mountains (2), Avian (2), Avifaunal (2), beaver pond (2), Biological control (2), biomass (2), Bromus erectus grasslands (2), carbon cycle (2), Cardiastethus fasciiventris (2), charcoal (2), clear-cut (2), climate change (2), Climate relationships (2), composition (2), Deciduous forests (2), Dendrochronology (2), Detection probability (2), Dichogamy (2), early succession (2), Eastern Deciduous Forest (2), ecological niche factor analysis (ENFA) (2), ecosystem function (2), eddy covariance (2), foliar nutrition (2), food plants (2), Forest (2), Forest disturbance (2), forest ecology (2), forest fires (2), Forest succession (2), forest trees (2), forestry (2), Gaylussacia baccata (2), genetic variation (2), giant panda (2), Grasslands (2), Habitat degradation (2), Habitat management (2), habitat relationships (2), habitat selection (2), height (2), Herbivory (2), hierarchy (2), hunting (2), Indicator (2), Landscape (2), Lasius grandis (2), leaves (2), Lepidoptera (2), Mediterranean (2), mice (2), Microbial biomass (2), microclimate (2), Microhabitat selection (2), military training (2), monitoring (2), mortality (2), Multi-scale approach (2), Myrmecomorphy (2), natural disturbance (2), net carbon exchange (2), New Jersey (2), New Jersey Pine Barrens (2), North America (2), northeast US (2), Northeastern United States (2), Occupancy (2), Odocoileus virginianus (2), PDSI (2), Phenology (2), phenotypic plasticity (2), Phosphorus (2), photosynthesis (2), Pilophorus perplexus (2), pitch pine-scrub oak (2), Plant biogeography (2), plant characteristics (2), plant traits (2), population density (2), population size (2), Prescribed fire (2), quantitative genetics (2), Quercus montana (2), Quercus rubra (2), Reforestation (2), Remnant vegetation (2), resorption (2), Rhode Island (2), Risk (2), Sampling design (2), sandplain grassland (2), Schizachyrium scoparium (2), seedling recruitment (2), senescence (2), Shrub (2), shrubland (2), Shrubland birds (2), silviculture (2), southern bog lemming (2), Southern China (2), spatial heterogeneity (2), Spatial scale (2), species diversity (2), stems (2), Subtropics (2), Table Mountain pine (2), taxonomy (2), temperature (2), Thinning (2), USA (2), utility right-of-way (2), vegetation structure (2), water relations (2), white-tailed deer (2), wildlife opening (2), wind pollination (2), Acorn (1), Active C (1), adult insects (1), Aerobiology (1), Aggregated retention (1), Alnus firma (1), Alternative community states (1), altitudinal zonation (1), Amphibians (1), anatomy and morphology (1), ancient DNA (1), Andropogon gerardii (1), Anon. (1962) (1), antidiabetic plants (1), Araneae (1), Arctostaphylos uva-ursi (1), áreas críticas (1), ash (1), aves (1), Avian guilds (1), Bacteria (1), Balearic Islands (1), Baseline conditions (1), Bayesian variable selection (1), behaviour (1), Below-ground biomass (1), Benchmark (1), bioassays for hypoglycemic agents (1), biodiversity of Heteroptera (1), biogeography (1), Birds Directive (1), Blue lupine (1), bog oak (1), botanical composition (1), botany (1), Bruce Peninsula, Ontario (1), buds (1), Butterfly conservation (1), Callophrys irus (1), CAP (1), Cape Cod (1), Carex pensylvanica (1), Castanea dentata (1), Castellón (1), Catalogne (1), Catalonia (1), checklists (1), chemistry (1), Cirsium (1), clearcut logging (1), clonal growth (1), clonal reproduction (1), Coastal landscape (1), coastal New England (1), coastal oak forest (1), Coastal plain (1), coastal sandplain (1), coasts (1), Coleoptera (1), community dynamics (1), Community ecology (1), community structure (1), Compensatory growth (1), Competition (1), Competitive share (1), Comptonia peregrina (1), computer software (1), Conceptual model (1), conservation and management (1), Conservation biology (1), conservation genetics (1), copper (1), crown fire (1), crown fires (1), Cyrtolobus inermis (1), defoliation (1), Degeneration (1), Dehydrogenase activity (1), demographic effects of land-use history (1), demographic variation (1), Density management (1), Deschampsia flexuosa (1), Dispersal (1), Dispersed retention (1), distributional restrictions (1), Disturbance history (1), Disturbance interaction (1), drought (1), Drought resistance (1), drought tolerance (1), dune grasslands (1), dwarf pine plains (1), dwarf pitch pine (1), Early successional forest (1), Early-successional forests (1), Ecological integrity (1), Ecological scale (1), ecophysiology (1), Ectomycorrhizae (1), Edge habitat (1), environmental alterations (1), Environmental characteristics (1), environmental emasculation hypothesis (1), environmental factors (1), Ericaceae (1), Ericoid mycorrhizae (1), escala (1), Euheteroptera (1), Evaluation (1), Exotic species (1), Extinction (1), Falcons (1), farmland (1), females (1), Ficus boliviana (1), Fire ecology (1), fire hazard reduction (1), Fire return interval (1), fire-dependent plant communities (1), flora (1), Floral sex ratio strategy (1), Floristics (1), flowers (1), forest dynamics (1), forest habitats (1), forest litter (1), forest stand establishment (1), Forest structure (1), forest thinning (1), Fragmentation (1), Fraxinus (1), Fraxinus americana (1), Fraxinus excelsior (1), frost injury (1), frost resistance (1), Frosted elfin (1), Frugivores (1), fuels (fire ecology) (1), Fulgoroidea (1), functional groups (1), Game (1), Game model (1), Gaultheria procumbens (1), Gender (1), genetics (1), geographical range (1), Georgia (1), Gerridae - water striders or pond skaters (1), Glossonotus (1), Glossonotus nimbatulus (1), grassland (1), grassland restoration (1), ground water quality (1), growth (1), Guild (1), habitat configuration (1), habitat extent (1), Habitat island (1), Habitat loss (1), heath hen (1), Hemiptera (1), Hierarchical habitat selection (1), hierarchical partitioning (1), historical constraints on species distribution (1), Historical ecology (1), Holm-oak (1), host plant (1), host plants (1), host preference (1), hotspots (1), human activity (1), hybrid zone (1), IBA (1), Iberian Peninsula (1), importance of Heteropteran biodiversity (1), indicator taxa (1), indices (1), inland wetlands (1), insect ecology (1), Insect herbivory (1), insect surveys (1), Insectivores (1), insects (1), Internet resource AgSpace (1), Invasion (1), Invertebrate conservation (1), Kalmia angustifolia (1), Karner blue butterfly (1), land mosaics (1), Land use (1), Land use history (1), Landscape analyses (1), landscape composition (1), Landscape level (1), landscape structure (1), landscape-level inference (1), land-use (1), Land-use changes (1), latitudinal gradient (1), leaf area (1), leaf conductance (1), leaf fall (1), leaf water potential (1), Leptopodidae - generally elongateoval, fast-moving predatory bugs (1), Leptopodomorpha, and most Cimicomorpha - beneficial in agricultural situations (1), Life histories (1), life history (1), Lignin decomposition (1), Lipids (1), Litter decomposition (1), Local mate competition (1), Local resource competition (1), logistic regression (1), Long Island (1), Lupinus perennis (1), Lymantria dispar (1), Macroflora (1), Macroflore (1), Magicicada (1), Maine (1), males (1), manganese (1), Mantel's test (1), mechanism of action (1), Membracidae (1), Metabolic diversity patterns (1), Microbial community (1), Microphysidae - small group of predatory bugs (1), middle atlantic states of usa (1), Miridae (1), mixed forests (1), Mixed litter (1), modelling (1), monoecious (1), monoecy (1), Montague Plains Wildlife Management Area (1), morphology (1), moths (1), mtDNA (1), Multiple indicators (1), Multi-scale (1), Multivariate statistics (1), Mycorrhizae (1), Myndus (1), myndus wheeleri, n. sp. (1), N deposition (1), Natural disturbances (1), natural history (1), Neoheteroptera - Nepomorpha water bugs belonging to infraorder include taxa previously placed in Hydrocorisae (1), nesting sites (1), new geographic records (1), New Jersey Pinelands (1), new species (1), New York (1), nitrification (1), nitrogen cycling (1), nitrogen mineralization (1), North Carolina (1), northern hardwood forest (1), Nothofagus pumilio (1), Notonectidae or back swimmers - group of elongate, medium-sized bugs ranging from 5 to 15 mm long (1), nutrient content (1), nutrient requirements (1), nutrient uptake (1), Nutrients (1), NY (1), oak (1), Oak forest (1), oak trees (1), Oligotrophic soils (1), Ophiderma definita (1), Organic N (1), osmostic potential (1), Outcrop Patch (1), oviposition preference (1), Ozone episodes (1), Paléoécologie (1), partial canonical correspondence analysis (1), patterns (1), Pedunculate oak (1), performance (1), Periglacial (1), Peroxidase (1), Persistence (1), Phenol oxidase (1), phenotypic gender (1), Phragmites australis (1), phytophagous insects (1), pine (1), pine seedling growth (1), Pinelands (1), pine–oak woodland (1), Pinus (1), Pinus banksiana (1), Pinus elliottii (1), Pinus rigida–Quercus ilicifolia (1), Pitch pine barrens (1), Pitch pine–scrub oak barrens (1), plant abundance (1), plant biochemistry (1), plant competition (1), plant demography (1), plant density (1), plant ecology (1), Plant invasion (1), plant nutrient uptake (1), plant physiology (1), plant size (1), plants (1), polillas (1), pollen competition (1), pollen quality (1), Pollination efficiency (1), polyvoltine (1), population introduction (1), power line corridor (1), Pre-Columbian conditions (1), Predictive habitat modelling (1), presettlement vegetation (1), pressure-volume analysis (1), Production forest (1), proprietory town (1), protected areas (1), Protection (1), Pseudotsuga (1), quantitative trait (1), Quercus ilex subsp. ballota (1), quercus prinoides (1), RAPD markers (1), raptors (1), rare species (1), recruitment limitation (1), Regeneration cycle (1), regresión logística (1), rehydration (1), Relative density (1), reproductive barriers (1), reproductive costs (1), Reptiles (1), Restoration (1), Review (1), Rhizomes (1), Rhoads & Block (2000) (1), rhododendron canadense (1), Ridge (1), ridgetop (1), rights-of-way (1), riqueza de especies (1), roots (1), sample size (1), Sandplain (1), Sandplain communities (1), Sandplain shrubland (1), savannas (1), Scaphytopius (1), Scrub oak (1), SDS (1), Seed predation (1), seed production (1), seedling emergence (1), seedling growth (1), seedling survival (1), seedlings (1), seeds (1), septic tank leachate (1), sex ratio (1), shifting mosaic (1), Shrub-steppe (1), Simulation (1), Sistrurus catenatus catenatus (1), site factors (1), Smilia camelus (1), Snakes (1), Soil disturbance (1), Soil enzyme activities (1), Soil microbial community (1), Soil nutrient (1), Soil nutrients (1), soil remediation (1), soil water (1), soil water content (1), soils (1), Sorghastrum nutans (1), SPA (1), Spain (1), spatial distribution (1), Spatial refugium (1), spatial variation (1), spatio-temporal variation (1), species (1), species assemblages (1), Species–environment relationships (1), stress. (1), study design (1), Substrate quality (1), summer (1), survey methods (1), surveyor's records (1), Sustainable forest management (1), taxones indicadores (1), temperature profiles (1), temporal variation (1), tension zone (1), Thicket (1), Thrips (1), Tiglian (1), Tiglien (1), till barrens (1), time series (1), Topographical gradient (1), Toposequence (1), Toucans (1), tree crown (1), tree growth (1), tree mortality (1), tree physiology (1), Tree thinning (1), Tropical forest (1), twinspan (1), Tympanuchus (1), Urbanization (1), Vaccinium angustifolium (1), vaccinium pallidum (1), vegetation classification (1), vegetation dynamics (1), vegetation types (1), vigor (1), wastewater renovation (1), water use efficiency (1), wetland boundary delineations (1), wetland transition zones (1), wetlands (1), wild birds (1), Wildfire (1), wildlife (1), wildlife habitats (1), wildlife management (1), Wind-pollinated monoecious species (1), wind-pollination (1), Winter hardiness (1), witness tree (1), woodlands (1), Woody species (1), zinc (1)

 

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