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

Quercus phellos

Keywords

[Total number of keywords: 1171]

 

Quercus phellos (37), Succession (10), climate change (9), Quercus nigra (9), Virginia (9), Liquidambar styraciflua (8), Quercus (8), Quercus rubra (8), Transpiration (8), biomass (7), forest (7), mortality (7), wetlands (7), Bottomland hardwood forests (5), growth rate (5), Invasive species (5), Mississippi (5), Quercus falcata (5), Regeneration (5), silviculture (5), wetland restoration (5), Anisota senatoria (4), Biodiversity (4), Canopy conductance (4), diversity (4), photosynthesis (4), Pinus taeda (4), Quercus alba (4), Quercus palustris (4), Quercus texana (4), Sap flow (4), Saturniidae (4), seedlings (4), United States (4), weed control (4), Alabama (3), birds (3), Bottomland hardwoods (3), Disturbance (3), drought resistance (3), equations (3), evapotranspiration (3), fluvial geomorphology (3), forested wetlands (3), Fraxinus pennsylvanica (3), growth (3), host plants (3), Parthenolecanium (3), quercus lyrata (3), Quercus velutina (3), South Carolina (3), Species richness (3), street trees (3), Understorey vegetation (3), vegetation (3), Wetland (3), wildlife (3), afforestation (2), Agriculture (2), Air humidity increase (2), Apoidea (2), Arboreal (2), arthropods (2), Assessment (2), Basal area (2), Bending stress (2), Big Thicket (2), Biome (2), blastothrix (2), Buffer (2), Butterfly conservation (2), Canopy height (2), Carya illinoinensis (2), Chinese privet (2), Clearcutting (2), clone (2), Cluster analysis (2), Coarse woody debris (2), Condition (2), Congaree River (2), DCA ordination (2), defoliation (2), Delaware (2), Density-integral approach (2), diameter (2), Dispersal (2), Eddy covariance (2), Encyrtus (2), Environmental variables (2), fire ecology (2), Fire frequency (2), Flooding (2), Floodplain (2), floodplains (2), Forest composition (2), Forest ecosystems (2), Forest management (2), Forest regeneration (2), forest soils (2), Functional traits (2), fungal anatomy (2), Genetic algorithm (2), geographical distribution (2), Geomorphic legacy (2), Global climate change (2), habitat selection (2), Hardiness zones (2), Herbaceous layer (2), hydraulic conductivity (2), Hydrogeomorphology (2), Hydrology (2), IFS (2), Indicators of Hydrologic Alteration (2), insects (2), internal transcribed spacers (2), Internet resource (2), invasive plant (2), Inverse distance weighting (2), Jack pine (Pinus banksiana Lamb.) (2), LAI (2), Latitude (2), Leaf temperature (2), Leaf-to-air humidity gradient (2), leaves (2), Lepidoptera (2), Ligustrum sinense (2), Loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) (2), lowland forests (2), macroinertebrates (2), Minnesota (2), Mist fumigation (2), Most-frequent fire hypothesis (2), natural reference sites (2), new geographic records (2), nonriverine wet hardwood forests (2), Non-structural carbon pools (2), North Carolina (2), oak-hickory forest (2), Ohio (2), Ontario (2), Ontogeny (2), Ordination (2), Overturning bending moment (2), Pennsylvania (2), pesticide application (2), Phytophthora (2), Pinus echinata (2), Pinus elliottii (2), plant development (2), plant pests (2), planting (2), Plasticity (2), Platanus occidentalis (2), pollination services (2), pollinator (2), pollinators (2), Populus deltoides (2), Prunus serrulata (2), pupae (2), Quercus bicolor (2), Quercus coccinea (2), Quercus macrocarpa (2), Quercus montana (2), Quercus pagoda (2), Quercus shumardii (2), Quercus virginiana (2), Random forests (2), Red-cockaded woodpeckers (Picoides borealis) (2), Regional biomass harvest (2), Restoration (2), Risk (2), Root cross-sectional area (2), Root depth (2), Root diameter class (2), Root flare (2), Rooting depth (2), Sap flux (2), Sap flux density (2), Saturation hypothesis (2), scaling (2), Seed dispersal (2), sex pheromones (2), Shade tolerance (2), Shortleaf pine (Pinus echinata) (2), Single and interacting stresses (2), site factors (2), Skeletal soil (2), Species diversity (2), specific gravity (2), Stand initiation (2), stomatal conductance (2), Stress diagnosis (2), Structural soil (2), Sustainability (2), sweat bees (2), Taxodium distichum (2), tensile strength (2), Trait matrix (2), Tree migration (2), Tree modelling (2), Tree planting pits (2), Tree settlement (2), Tree stem wood volume/biomass/carbon model (2), Tree uprooting (2), trees (2), Ulmus parvifolia (2), urban forestry (2), US National Vegetation Classification (2), vertical stratification (2), Volatile organic compounds (2), water content (2), Water quality (2), water use (2), West Virginia (2), window traps (2), Wisconsin (2), wood decay (2), wood defects (2), &#xa0 (1), A. Black liquor (1), A. Carbon steel (1), A. Hardwood (1), A. Wood extractives (1), acclimation (1), Acer rubrum (1), Acer saccharum (1), acid deposition (1), additive partitioning (1), aerodynamic control (1), afforestation, functions, Wetlands Reserve Program (1), air drying (1), air pollution (1), alcohols (1), alkyl alcohols (1), Alluvial residence time (1), Alluvium (1), Ammonium (1), Anaerobic decomposition (1), Anderson PondTN (1), animal behavior (1), annual growth rate (1), Anthonomus grandis (1), Anthropogenic (1), Anthropogenic disturbance (1), antihelminthic (1), application rate (1), arthropod (1), Ash (1), bacteria (1), Bamboo (1), bank stability (1), behavior medicine (1), bending strength (1), beta diversity (1), beta-caryophyllene (1), Betula nigra (1), biological control (1), biological control agents (1), Biological invasions (1), Biological Sciences (1), Black cherry (1), bog oak (1), Bottomland forests (1), Bottomland hardwood forest (1), branching (1), Buried waste (1), C. Pulp mills (1), Calcium (1), canebrake rattlesnake (1), Canebrakes (1), Canopy gap (1), Canopy interception (1), Canopy penetration (1), Canopy stomatal conductance (1), carbon content (1), Carbon dioxide (1), Carbon modelling (1), carbon stable isotopes (1), Carolina bay (1), Carolina bays (1), Carya tomentosa (1), case studies (1), Castor canadensis (1), Catastrophe (1), Celtis laevigata (1), Cercis canadensis (1), Channelization (1), characteristics (1), chemical constituents of plants (1), chemical control (1), chronosequence (1), Climate (1), climate factors (1), climax (1), Clonal ecology (1), coastal environment (1), coccophagus lycimnia (1), cold tolerance (1), colonization (1), Color indicators (1), Compensation (1), compressional wave velocity (1), Conductance (1), Conifer (1), Constructed (1), container-grown plants (1), copper (1), Cornus florida (1), Correll & Johnston (1970) except for basket oak (1), Created (1), crop residues (1), Crotalus adamanteus (1), Crotalus horridus (1), crown (1), Crown area (1), cryptic diversity (1), Cryptomeria japonica (1), cultivars (1), cypripedium calceolus (1), Dam (1), Death rate (1), Deciduous (1), Deepwater swamp forests (1), Degradation (1), Demographic variability (1), Dendrochemistry (1), Denitrification (1), depression wetlands (1), depressional wetland (1), descriptions (1), direct seeding (1), District of Columbia (1), disturbance regime (1), Disturbance regimes (1), Drought (1), drought effects (1), Drought responses (1), Drought stress (1), dry matter (1), drying (1), eastern diamondback rattlesnake (1), Eastern North America (1), Eastern United States (1), Eastern US (1), ecoinformatics (1), economic analysis (1), Ecosystem budget (1), Ecosystem respiration (1), ectomycorrhizal Pezizales (1), Emerald ash borer (1), encyrtus fuscus (1), Engelmann spruce (1), environmental factors (1), environmental gradients (1), Environmental monitoring (1), environmental sequencing (1), epicormics (1), Erosion (1), essential oils (1), estimation (1), Eucalyptus grandis&#xa0 (1), Eucalyptus grandis × urophylla (1), eunotus lividus (1), Evaluation (1), Even-aged regeneration (1), Exclosures (1), Exotic pest (1), fabrics (1), factors models (1), fertilizers (1), Fine roots (1), fire (1), Fire behavior (1), Flatwoods (1), flight (1), Flood tolerance (1), floodplain biogeochemistry (1), Floodplain geology (1), Floodplain vegetation (1), flora (1), floristics (1), Fluvial system (1), food plants (1), Forest age (1), Forest communities (1), Forest conservation (1), forest dynamics (1), forest inventory (1), forest ownership (1), Forest simulator (1), Forest structure (1), forest trees (1), Forest vegetation (1), Forest water use (1), forested floodplain (1), Forested wetland (1), forestry (1), Fraser Experimental Forest (1), Fraxinus (1), Fraxinus americana (1), Fuels (1), fungal diseases of plants (1), gas exchange (1), Georgia (1), GIS regression model (1), Glacial and deglacial periods (1), global change (1), glyphosate (1), Grass field (1), Great Dismal Swamp (1), Greentree reservoir (1), Gross ecosystem productivity (1), ground-water hydrology (1), growth projection (1), Growth, plant (1), Habitat (1), habitat diversity (1), habitat specificity (1), Haloxylon ammodendron (1), hardwood (1), Hardwood forests (1), heat sums (1), height (1), Herbicide (1), herbicides (1), herbivory (1), hibernation (1), hierarchical Bayes (1), Holocene (1), home range (1), host preferences (1), Host range (1), host-parasite relationships (1), Humic substances (1), Hurricane Katrina (1), Hybrid model (1), hybrids (1), hydraulic architecture (1), hydraulic conductance (1), Hydropattern (1), Hydroperiod (1), hysteresis (1), Incidence angle (1), Individual-based model (1), Information theory (1), injuries (1), insect control (1), insect flight (1), insect pests (1), insomnia (1), Intensive management (1), interval scales (1), Inundation (1), Inventory (1), Iron oxides (1), iroquois (1), irrigation (1), isohydric (1), isolated wetlands (1), Jackson PondKY (1), Japan (1), Joyce Kilmer-Slickrock Wilderness (1), karst hydrology (1), kiln drying (1), knickpoints (1), land use (1), LANDIS (1), landscape changes (1), Landscape dynamics (1), Landscape management (1), large woody debris (1), Large-scale experiment (1), lawns and turf (1), Lead (1), leaf and root coordination (1), Leaf area (1), leaf margin analysis (LMA) (1), leaf nitrogen (1), leaf phenolic content (1), leaf water potential (1), Leaf-to-sapwood area ratio (1), lef trash (1), LiDAR (1), Light (1), light attenuation (1), Liriodendron tulipifera (1), Loblolly pine (1), Loblolly-shortleaf pine (1), Loch Vale Watershed (1), log grade (1), logs (1), Longleaf pine (1), long-term change (1), Lonicera (1), lowlands (1), lumber (1), Macroinvertebrates (1), Magnesium (1), Malacosoma disstria (1), mammalian responses (1), Management strategies (1), Markov decision process (1), Maryland (1), Massachusetts (1), mathematics and statistics (1), Mature forest (1), mature pine (1), Mechanical chipping (1), mechanical properties (1), Membracidae (1), Methane (1), metolachlor (1), Microsite (1), Microtopography (1), Midwestern United States (1), migratory potential (1), Minirhizotrons (1), Mississippi Alluvial Valley (1), Mitigation (1), mitochondrial small subunit (1), mitospore (1), modulus of elasticity (1), molecular diagnostic (1), Monitoring (1), MR imaging (1), multiplex PCR (1), multivariate data (1), natural regeneration (1), Net ecosystem exchange (1), Neural network (1), new host records (1), new species (1), New York (1), niche breadth (1), Nitrate (1), nitrogen dioxide (1), nitrogen-phosphorus fertilizers (1), NO3 pollution control (1), No-analog vegetation (1), nominal random variables (1), nondestructive methods (1), Non-metric multidimensional scaling (1), North America (1), Northern red oak (1), nuclear large subunit (1), nutrient distribution (1), Nutrient uptake kinetics (1), Nyssa aquatica (1), Oak forests (1), oak trees (1), Oak-hickory (1), Oak-pine (1), oak-pine forest (1), occupancy models (1), Oklahoma (1), old field (1), optimal stomatal control (1), ordinal random variables (1), Organic matter (1), ornamental value (1), ornamental woody plants (1), oryzalin (1), overwintering (1), oviposition (1), oxadiazon (1), oxyfluorfen (1), ozone (1), Ozone uptake (1), Pachyneuron (1), paclobutrazol (1), palaeobotany (1), palynology (1), parasites (1), parasites of insect pests (1), Parthenolecanium quercifex (1), Partial cuttings (1), Patch cutting (1), patents (1), pathogen identification (1), pendimethalin (1), Permanent plot (1), Phaseolus vulgaris (1), Phosphate (1), photoperiod (1), phylogeny (1), physical development (1), Phytophthora europaea (1), Phytophthora quercetorum (1), phytotoxicity (1), piedmont (1), Pine plantation (1), pine savanna (1), Pinus (1), planning (1), plant characteristics (1), plant competition (1), plant cuttings (1), plant damage (1), plant diseases and disorders (1), plant health (1), plant pathogenic fungi (1), plant propagation (1), plantation forests (1), planting stock (1), pollen (1), pollen analysis (1), Pollen records (1), population ecology (1), Potassium (1), predators (1), predators of insect pests (1), prediction (1), Predictive performance (1), Prescribed fire (1), presettlement forests (1), prices (1), Production (1), Pteromalidae (1), Quercus acutissima (1), quercus aquatica (1), quercus elliottii (1), quercus humilis (1), Quercus laevis (1), Quercus laurifolia (1), Quercus leucotrichophora (1), Quercus marilandica (1), quercus michauxii (1), quercus pumila (1), Quercus robur (1), quercus sempervirens (1), quercus sinuata (1), Quercus stellata (1), quercus villosa (1), Radar (1), Radarsat (1), Random Forest (1), rare insects (1), recruitment (1), Recruitment rate (1), Red maple (1), Red oaks (1), Regression tree analysis (1), Restored (1), revegetation (1), ribosomal DNA (1), Riparian wetland (1), Risk assessment (1), river channel management (1), River floodplain forests (1), roots (1), rRNA gene (1), Sapwood area (1), sapwood-to-leaf area ratio (1), SAR (1), scale (1), Sedimentation (1), seed banks (1), Seed predation (1), seed tree method (1), seedbeds (1), sequence analysis (1), sesquiterpenoids (1), sethoxydim (1), shoot cuttings (1), shoots (1), shrinkage (1), Silvicultural systems (1), Silvicultural treatments (1), Simulation modeling (1), site productivity (1), Small arms ranges (1), soil (1), soil fertility (1), soil fungi (1), Soil ingestion (1), Soil nitrogen (1), Soil respiration (1), south-east U.S.A. (1), Southeastern coastal plain (1), Southeastern North America (1), southern Appalachians (1), Spatial analysis (1), Spatial patterns (1), Species abundance model (1), species differences (1), Species distribution modeling (1), Species frequency (1), Species variation (1), Species-site relationships (1), specific leaf area (1), specific leaf area (SLA) (1), Stable isotopes (1), stand development (1), stand establishment (1), stem form (1), stems (1), stress (1), stress wave travel time (1), Structural analysis (1), Stump diameters (1), Subalpine fir (1), surface water-groundwater interaction (1), surface-water/ground-water interactions (1), Sus scrofa (1), Swamp (1), synonyms (1), Synthetic aperture radar (1), synthetic floras (1), taper (1), taxonomy (1), taxon-specific primer (1), Temperate and boreal forests (1), temperature (1), Tennessee (1), Tennessee rivers (1), terminology (1), terpenoids (1), thinning (1), tillage (1), to which the name Quercus falcata Michx. var. pagodaefolia Ell. is applied (1), Tornados (1), toughness (1), Trace metals (1), transplant (1), transplanting (1), transportation infrastructure (1), Transuranic element uptake (1), tree height (1), Tree processes (1), Tree species migration (1), tree trunk (1), trigonometry (1), truffle (1), Understorey (1), Uneven-aged regeneration (1), urban areas (1), urban environment (1), urban forest change (1), urbanization (1), urophylla (1), Ursus americanus (1), us00pp12145p2 (1), Valley plugs (1), Vegetation community (1), vegetation history (1), vegetation shifts (1), vigor (1), Virgina, United States (1), virginia beach, virginia (1), volatile compounds (1), water chemistry (1), Watershed hydrology (1), weight (1), weighted averages (1), wetland boundaries (1), Wetland construction (1), Wetland ecosystems (1), wetland vegetation (1), Wetlands restoration (1), wetwood (1), which is recognized as Quercus michauxii Nutt. and cherrybark oak (1), Wildland/urban interface (1), Wind disturbance (1), Winter hardiness (1), wood (1), wood properties (1), woody biomass (1), Woody debris (1), woody flora (1), woody plants (1), Woody species (1)

 

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