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

Quercus laevis

Keywords

[Total number of keywords: 1222]

 

Quercus laevis (34), Florida (19), Pinus palustris (19), spatial autocorrelation (12), Disturbance (11), Quercus (11), Longleaf pine (10), South Carolina (10), fire (9), allozymes (8), spatial genetic structure (7), fire effects (6), plant communities (6), clonal structure (5), genetic diversity (5), microsatellites (5), plant competition (5), Attini (4), clones (4), Competition (4), fires (4), gene flow (4), heritability (4), Lepidoptera (4), microsatellite (4), mortality (4), phenology (4), Photosynthesis (4), Pinus palustris Mill. (4), population density (4), prescribed burning (4), Restoration (4), Sandhill (4), Scrub (4), Alabama (3), Amphibians (3), Aristida stricta (3), Climate change (3), clonal growth (3), community genetics (3), conservation (3), Drought (3), Ecological restoration (3), ecosystem function (3), Fire ecology (3), fitness (3), forest management (3), forest tree (3), geographical distribution (3), Georgia (3), glyphosate (3), herbivores (3), leafminers (3), Orchidaceae (3), population structure (3), quercus geminata (3), Quercus leucotrichophora (3), relatedness (3), seed dispersal (3), self-thinning (3), Spatial analysis (3), age structure (2), alleles (2), allozyme (2), alternate disturbances (2), anfibios (2), application methods (2), Aristida stricta Michx. (2), assisted migration (2), biodiversity (2), biogeochemical cycles (2), biomass (2), biomass production (2), botanical composition (2), budburst synchrony (2), carbon cycle (2), Coleoptera (2), columbine (2), congeners (2), Consumers (2), Coreopsis lanceolata (2), Cremastra appendiculata (2), Cynipidae (2), degradation (2), Digestible nutrients (2), diversity (2), ecosystem (2), ecosystem engineers (2), eddy covariance (2), egg hatch (2), El Niño (2), ENSO (2), evolvability (2), Facilitation (2), fecundity (2), fine-scale genetic structure (2), Fire management (2), Fire return interval (2), flammability (2), Forest ecosystems (2), forest fires (2), Forest Structure (2), Fruit production (2), Gene expression (2), genetic distance (2), genetic variation (2), genotypic diversity (2), Geometridae (2), global warming (2), gradientes urbanos (2), Hardwood (2), height (2), Herbicide (2), herbicides (2), Herbivory (2), Heterologous hybridization (2), hexazinone (2), Hickory (2), Hybrid (2), hydraulic lift (2), hydraulic redistribution (HR) (2), hydrology (2), Hymenoptera (2), Internet resource (2), invasive species (2), irrigation (2), Ishi Wilderness (2), isozymes (2), ISSR (2), La Niña (2), Lake Wales Ridge (2), LIDAR (2), managed translocation (2), Mantel correlogram (2), Masting (2), Mediterranean (2), Moran’s I (2), mortalidad en carreteras (2), natural enemies (2), nest architecture (2), net carbon exchange (2), New Jersey Pine Barrens (2), Non-structural carbohydrates (2), North Carolina (2), Nothofagus (2), Oak (2), Oaks (2), Ourapterygini (2), Palmettos (2), Paspalum notatum (2), Pinaceae (2), Pine mortality (2), Pine straw (2), Pinus clausa (2), Pitch Pine (2), plant characteristics (2), plant ecology (2), plant quality (2), plant roots (2), plant–plant interactions (2), Point pattern analysis (2), pollinators (2), population dynamics (2), population genetics (2), quantitative genetics (2), Quercus falcata (2), Quercus kelloggii (2), Quercus laevis Walt. (2), Quercus marilandica (2), quercus michauxii (2), Quercus nigra (2), Quercus stellata (2), Quercus virginiana (2), Radioactivity (2), RAPD (2), relative growth rate (2), restoration actions (2), review (2), road mortality (2), Salix (2), sapos (2), Savanna (2), seasonal variation (2), Second-order spatial analysis (2), seed addition (2), sexual reproduction (2), Simulation model (2), soil (2), Soil heating (2), spatial distribution (2), Spatial pattern (2), speciation (2), species differences (2), species richness (2), Stand dynamics (2), stems (2), stomatal conductance (2), survival (2), Thymus (2), toads (2), traffic (2), tráfico (2), Transgressive (2), understory (2), urban gradients (2), water table (2), weed control (2), Xylella fastidiosa (2), 16S rRNA gene libraries (1), abscission (1), acephate (1), Acer rubrum (1), acorns (1), adaptabilidad (1), additive genetic variance (1), additive partitioning (1), adverse effects (1), AFLP (1), Aggregated pattern (1), Aggregation (1), Agroecosystem (1), Alnus glutinosa (1), alozimas (1), Analytical software (1), Andropogon virginicus L. (1), animal model (1), Anisotropy (1), Anon. (1993) (1), Ant community (1), application rate (1), aptenopedes (1), Araucaria (1), Aristida beyrichiana (1), Aristida beyrichiana Trin. &amp (1), Asparagopsis taxiformis (1), Association (1), Asteraeeae (1), auto-correlation (1), bacteria (1), bacterial diversity (1), Bayesian clustering (1), beetle (1), beta diversity (1), bighorn sheep (1), Bivariate pattern (1), bog oak (1), Boundary correction (1), Boyd Tract (1), brachys tesselatus (1), brachys tessellatus (1), broadcasting (1), Buffer zone (1), bunchgrass (1), Buprestidae (1), burning (1), Cacopsylla (1), Caladenia (1), Calorimeters (1), cambial region (1), canonical analysis (1), canopy (1), Canopy gaps (1), Canopy mortality (1), Carbon sequestration (1), carnivorous plant (1), Carolina bay (1), carphephorus corymbosus (1), Cartesian and polar spectra (1), Carya (1), Carya alba (1), Castanea dentata (1), Catastrophe (1), Ceratiola ericoides (1), Ceratocysitis fimbriataf, sp. platani (1), Ceratocystis fagacearum (1), Chainsaw felling/girdling (1), chitin (1), Classification (1), claustral founding (1), Clonal propagation (1), –Clonal reproduction (1), clonality (1), clone identification (1), Clumping (1), Clustered pattern (1), Cnemidophorus sexlineatus (1), co-ancestry (1), Coastal Plain (1), coexistence (1), collection (1), colonization (1), colony growth (1), Community composition (1), comparative method (1), Compartimentalization (1), compass plant (1), complex societies (1), Compositional diversity (1), computer simulation (1), Coniferyl alcohol dehydrogenase (1), coniferyl alcohol. (1), conservation management (1), Constrained ordinations (1), Coppice (1), Cornus florida (1), Correlograms (1), costs and returns (1), cpDNA (1), Critical thermal maximum (1), Croatan National Forest (1), Crop genetic diversity (1), cyclone (1), Cyphomyrmex rimosus (1), Cystoseira (1), damage (1), decay (1), deciduous (1), decline (1), Decomposition (1), deep-water algae (1), density-dependent mortality (1), density-independent mortality (1), developmental plasticity (1), discriminant analysis (1), disease distribution (1), disease surveys (1), dispersal (1), distribution (1), distributional pattern (1), disturbance history (1), diurnal variation (1), dominant markers (1), drought stress (1), dunes (1), duration of heating (1), Dynamics (1), Eastern North America (1), eastern white pine (Pinus strobus) (1), ecoinformatics (1), Ecological classification (1), ecological succession (1), Ecosystem disturbance (1), ecosystem engineer (1), Ecosystem functioning (1), Ecosystem services (1), ecosystems (1), Ectomycorrhizas (1), eddy-covariance (1), Edge correction (1), effect of temperature (1), effective population size (1), efficacy (1), Emission factor (1), endangered species (1), Endemic (1), endosymbiotic (1), endozoochory (1), Environment (1), environmental factors (1), enzyme polymorphism (1), eriogonum tomentosum (1), Establishment (1), estructura genética espacial (1), Euphydryas editha bayensis (1), Eurya emarginata (1), Everglades National Park (1), evergreen (1), evolutionary ecology (1), Fagus crenata (1), Family diversity (1), Fertilisation (1), fertilizer application (1), fine fuel consumption (1), fine scale genetic structure (1), Fingerprinting (1), fire behavior (1), Fire frequency (1), fire regime (1), fire resistance (1), Fire strategy (1), fire temperature increase (1), flora (1), Florida sandhill (1), Floristic similarity (1), Flowering pattern (1), Foliar cover (1), food plants (1), forage (1), forbs (1), Forest dynamics (1), forest ecology (1), Forest floor (1), forest litter (1), forest trees (1), forests (1), founder effect (1), frequency (1), functional groups (1), fungus gardening ant (1), galls (1), gas exchange (1), gene conservation (1), gene dispersal (1), genetic correlation (1), Genetic differentiation (1), genetic drift (1), genetic polymorphism (1), genetic structure (1), genetic techniques and protocols (1), genetic variance (1), genotype (1), Geographic variation (1), Geography (1), Geomyidae (1), GPP (1), Grape (1), ground cover (1), ground surface conditions (1), growth (1), growth rate (1), growth stage (1), Growth stages (1), Habitat disturbance (1), habitat diversity (1), habitat selection (1), habitats (1), Hardwood reduction (1), Hartwick Pines State Park (1), hernando county, florida (1), Herpetofauna (1), hipótesis de arquitectura de plantas (1), histopathology (1), Homoptera (1), host plants (1), host-parasite relationships (1), host-switching (1), Hulun Buir sandland (1), human impact (1), Hurricane ecology (1), hybrid speciation (1), hybrids (1), hydraulic architecture (1), Imperata cylindrica (1), inbreeding coefficient (1), inbreeding depression (1), incidence (1), Indicators (1), infection (1), Information theory (1), Inhibition (1), Insect competition (1), insect control (1), insect pests (1), insect–plant interaction (1), Intercanopy plasticity (1), Intermediate-disturbance hypothesis (1), Inter-specific associations (1), Intra-specific associations (1), intraspecific competition (1), Intraspecific variation (1), introduced species (1), isolation by distance (1), Isoprene capacity (1), isozyme variability (1), isozyme variation (1), Joyce Kilmer-Slickrock Wilderness (1), juniper (1), Juniperus monosperma (1), Kandelia candel (1), Kartesz (1994) (1), kinship (1), kinship coefficient (1), K-statistics (1), Lactuca serriola (1), Land units (1), landscape level (1), Landscape management (1), Landscape position (1), Lattice spectra (1), layering (1), leaf and root coordination (1), leaf area index (1), leaf conductance (1), leaf miners (1), leaf morphology (1), Leaf nitrogen (1), leaf orientation (1), leaf scorch (1), Leaf temperature (1), Leaf water potential (1), leaf-cutting ant (1), Leaf-miner survivorship (1), leaves (1), lemon shark (1), Lid (1985) (1), Life history strategy (1), Life-form (1), light condition (1), Light interception (1), lightning season (1), lignin (1), linkage disequilibrium (1), Liparis kumokiri (1), Liparis makinoana (1), Liquidambar (1), Litter (1), Litter raking (1), Lizard (1), Long Pine Key (1), long-hydroperiod prairie (1), Longleaf pine ecosystems (1), Longleaf pine sandhills (1), Longleaf pine seedlings (1), Louisiana (1), Louisiana irises (1), L-statistics (1), Madrean (1), male fertilization success (1), male gamete dispersal (1), male-killing bacteria (1), mangrove (1), Markov decision process (1), Martin & Hutchins (1980–1981) (1), maternal effects (1), mathematical models (1), mating system (1), Mediterranean Quercus species (1), Melanoplus (1), Meloidogyne (1), Methanotrophs (1), microbial succession (1), microclimate (1), Microsite (1), Military land use (1), Military training (1), mineralization (1), Mississippi (1), mixed forests (1), mockernut hickory (1), models (1), Mongolian pine (1), Monte Carlo simulation (1), morphological traits (1), mowing (1), multiforms of enzymes (1), multilocus allozyme analysis (1), Multivariate analysis (1), Natural disturbance (1), natural hybridization (1), Neolitsea sericea (1), niche breadth (1), nitrification (1), nitrogen (1), nitrogen content (1), Nitrogen extinction coefficient (1), nitrogen loss (1), nitrogen uptake (1), nontarget effects (1), Northwest Florida (1), Null model (1), Null models (1), Nurse-plant effect (1), nutrient availability (1), Nyssa (1), oak trees (1), Oak woodland (1), Old-growth forest (1), Ordination (1), Ovis canadensis (1), Pair correlation function (1), parthenogenesis (1), patch formation (1), patchiness (1), paternity analysis (1), pedigree reconstruction (1), peripheral populations (1), Persea (1), Pest and disease (1), phloem anatomy (1), Photosynthetically active radiation (1), phylogeny (1), Physiological evolution (1), Pierce's disease (1), Pine (1), pine barrens (1), pine savanna (1), Pine savannas (1), Piñon (1), Pinus (1), Pinus edulis (1), Pinus elliotti var. densa (1), Pinus palustris ecosystem (1), plant architecture hypothesis (1), plant attributes (1), plant density (1), plant pests (1), plant population and community dynamics (1), Plant species diversity (1), plant strategies (1), plant–herbivore interaction (1), plant-insect relations (1), plant-water relations (1), Platanus acerifolia (1), Poaceae (1), Point and mark spectra (1), Pollination (1), Polytrichum formosum (1), population history (1), Populus (1), Post-fire regeneration (1), power and sensitivity analysis (1), Predictive performance (1), Preferred temperature (1), Prescribed fire (1), prickly lettuce (1), Productivity modeling (1), prolonged diapause (1), Psylloidea (1), Pyrogenic community (1), Pyrometer (1), queen fat content (1), Quercus alba (1), quercus aquatica (1), quercus chapmanii (1), quercus elliottii (1), quercus hemisphaerica (1), quercus humilis (1), Quercus laurifolia (1), quercus lyrata (1), quercus margaretta (1), Quercus montana (1), quercus myrtifolia (1), Quercus petraea (1), Quercus phellos (1), quercus pumila (1), Quercus robur (1), Quercus rubra (1), quercus sempervirens (1), Quercus serrata (1), quercus sinuata (1), Quercus velutina (1), quercus villosa (1), Raking (1), Random Forest (1), rapid evolution (1), rare plants (1), Regeneration (1), regeneration mode (1), Repeated measure (1), Reptiles (1), resource exploitation (1), Response curve (1), Resprouting (1), Rhizophoraceae (1), Rhus javanica (1), Rickettsia (1), Ripley’s (1), Ripley's K-function (1), Risk (1), Risk assessment (1), Robinia (1), root death (1), Root gaps (1), root growth (1), root lifespan (1), Root sprouting (1), root systems (1), roots (1), Rupr. (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), sap flow (1), savannas (1), Scales of pattern (1), Schizachyrium scoparium (1), seasonal timing (1), Second-order moment functions (1), Second-order statistics (1), seed productivity (1), Seed rain (1), seed set (1), Seedling growth (1), Seedling survival (1), selection (1), Selection Silviculture (1), self-shading (1), semiclaustral founding (1), sex expression (1), sex ratio distortion (1), sex-biased herbivory (1), Shade tolerance (1), Shade-tolerance (1), short-hydroperiod prairie (1), shrubs (1), sibship reconstruction (1), Simulated community (1), site factors (1), site preparation (1), site types (1), sitio de importancia para la riqueza de especies (1), Sitka spruce (1), slow-growth–high-mortality hypothesis (1), Small isolated wetlands (1), small scale patchiness (1), soil and ecosystem development (1), soil fertility (1), Soil indicators (1), soil moisture (1), soil organic matter (1), Soil property (1), soil temperature (1), soil texture (1), soil water content (1), soil-plant interactions (1), South America (1), south atlantic states of usa (1), South Carolina coastal plain (1), south-east U.S.A. (1), Southeastern mixed pine hardwood forest (1), Southeastern United States (1), southern Appalachians (1), Southern ridge sandhill (1), SPA model (1), spatial (1), spatial equilibrium analysis (1), spatial heterogeneity (1), Spatial scale (1), spatial scale of mortality (1), species (1), Species abundance model (1), species density (1), species diversity (1), Species gain (1), Species loss (1), species richness hotspot (1), species screening (1), Specific leaf area (1), specific root length (1), Sporobolus curtissii (Vasey) Small ex. Scribn. (1), sprout inhibition (1), sprouting (1), SSCP (1), SSR (1), SSR markers (1), Stand (1), star magnolia (1), stem gall (1), stem implants (1), stomata (1), Succession (1), Suillus pungens Thiers & Smith (1), Surface fire (1), survival and resprouting (1), Sustainable forestry (1), Sustainable forestry practices (1), symptoms (1), synonyms (1), tamaño poblacional efectivo (1), Tannin (1), taxonomy (1), Temperate and boreal forests (1), Temperate forest (1), teoría de biogeografía de islas (1), terminology (1), theory of island biogeography (1), Thermal physiology (1), Thermocouple (1), threatened species (1), Topography (1), Trachymyrmex septentrionalis. (1), transpiration (1), tree age (1), Tree aggregation (1), tree stem damage (1), T-RFLP (1), tri-trophic interactions (1), tyloses (1), U.S. Coastal Plain (1), Uneven-aged forest (1), Uniformity (1), Vapour pressure deficit (1), Variograms (1), Vascular modification (1), vegetation management (1), Venus flytrap (1), Virginia (1), Vitis (1), Wade Tract (1), water availability (1), water use efficiency (1), which follows Peet (1993). Vouchers for each species were collected and deposited at the University of Central Florida herbarium (1), white swallow-wort (1), Wildfire (1), willow (1), wilting (1), woody flora (1), Wunderlin (1982) (1), Wunderlin (1982) except for Aristida beyrichiana (1), Wunderlin (1982). (1), xeric regimes (1), Xerophyte (1), xylem (1), xylem anatomy (1), Zostera marina (1)

 

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