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

Quercus rugosa

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[Total number of keywords: 713]

 

Quercus (15), Mexico (14), quercus rugosa (8), seedling growth (8), biomass (6), seedlings (6), Biomass allocation (5), SLA (5), Charcoal production (4), Management (4), mortality (4), seed mass (4), seed size (4), seedling emergence (4), Seedling establishment (4), Seedling survival (4), Biomass equations (3), Charcoal (3), Coppice regrowth (3), cotyledon removal (3), forest litter (3), forests (3), growth (3), Intra-specific variability (3), leaves (3), maternal effects (3), Mediterranean oak (3), Oak management (3), Quercus castanea (3), Quercus laeta (3), quercus laurina (3), Regeneration (3), RGR (3), Seed dispersal (3), seed germination (3), Seed predation (3), seeds (3), Allometry (2), Ammonifiers (2), Antibacterial activity (2), Aqueous extract (2), Arabidopsis thaliana (2), Armillaria mellea (2), BIOLOG (2), Boles (2), Branches (2), Central Mexico (2), Change detection (2), Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) (2), Cloud forest (2), communities, patterns and elementary processes - ecological communities, classified (2), community ecology, patterns and processes - two species, at a particular location (2), compensatory growth (2), complex indirect interactions - chains of three or more interacting species (2), Conservation (2), Denitrifiers (2), edge effects (2), Electron transferring capacity (2), Elevated CO2 (2), Elton's functional roles of species - crucial, communities changing in response to natural or anthropogenic changes (2), Endemic species (2), Erosion (2), establishment (2), Fallout radionuclides (2), Forest regeneration (2), forest succession (2), forest trees (2), Functional diversity (2), Gastritis (2), Geographic information systems (2), GHG emissions (2), Goldspotted oak borer (2), gravitropism (2), Helicobacter pylori (2), Herbivory (2), Highlands (2), Humic acids (2), Indigenous exotic species (2), Internet resource (2), Invasive species (2), isolation by distance (2), Landsat (2), Landscape (2), Light (2), Light levels (2), Methane (2), Methanol extract (2), Mexican medicinal plants (2), México (2), Microbial humus reduction (2), microsatellite markers (2), montane forests (2), natural patterns, and mathematical models - causes of community organization (2), Nitrifiers (2), Nitrous oxide and carbon dioxide (2), Non-linear regression (2), Non-renewable biomass (2), non-timber forest product (2), Nutrients (2), Oak mortality (2), Oak regeneration (2), Object-based (2), offspring size (2), Organic matter application (2), phenotypic plasticity (2), Phloem/xylem borer (2), physically defined communities, species assemblages - in place or habitat (2), Pixel-based (2), Plant growth and yields (2), plant litter (2), plant species composition changes, along elevational gradient - Santa Catalina Mountains of southeastern Arizona (2), population dynamics (2), Post-classification (2), post-emergence (2), Protected areas (2), Q. pyrenaica (2), Q. suber (2), Quercus canariensis (2), Quercus crassifolia (2), Quinones (2), Reforestation (2), Residence time (2), Residential fuelwood use (2), Resprouting (2), Root growth (2), Roots (2), Seedling predation (2), Segmentation (2), Shade houses (2), shoot apex (2), Soil characteristics (2), Soil microbial biomass C and N (2), Soil quality (2), Spatial analysis and modeling (2), spatial autocorrelation (2), spatial genetic structure (2), species richness, convenient descriptive device - functional attributes of communities (2), spore dispersal (2), Sprouting (2), Suspended sediment (2), trophic levels, subsets of species within communities - energy acquisition in similar ways (2), Tropical environments (2), understanding of sources of biological diversity - in stressed, fragmented natural ecosystems (2), Vascular epiphytes (2), Waterlogging tolerance (2), WISDOM methodology (2), wood decay fungi (2), Wood energy planning (2), 1985) (1), Abies religiosa (1), Acorn selection (1), Acorn weight (1), Acorns (1), afforestation (1), aggregate stability (1), ah horizons (1), air pollution (1), alder-to-pine ratio (1), Algal crust (1), Alnus arguta (1), Andosols (1), Annual moisture index (1), Aphelocoma ultramarina (1), Arizona (1), arrested succession (1), Artemisia ordosica (1), artificial regeneration (1), Autocorrelation (1), avocado (1), Bassia dasyphylla (1), Beech (1), Beech forest (1), Biodiversity (1), Biogenic emissions (1), biological nitrogen fixation (1), biomass ratio hypothesis (1), Birds (1), bog oak (1), botanical composition (1), Bromeliaceae (1), bromeliads (1), buddleia cordata (1), Buddleja (1), buddleja cordata (1), Cache depth (1), Cache site selection (1), Caching behaviour (1), calcareous grasslands (1), canonical correspondence analysis (1), canopy (1), Canopy farming (1), Canopy gap (1), canopy openness (1), canopy type (1), carbon cycle (1), Cedrela odorata (1), Chapingo (1), Chiapas, Mexico (1), chlorophyll (1), chromosome number (1), Chronosequence (1), climatic factors (1), Clipping (1), Clonal growth (1), Cloud forest rehabilitation (1), Cloud forests (1), Colegio de Postgraduados (1), Community composition (1), Competitive interaction (1), conifer needles (1), Contagion (1), correlation (1), Correspondence analysis (1), cotyledons (1), Crown fire (1), Cyclobalanopsis multinervis (1), deciduous species (1), Defoliation (1), depth (1), desert grassland (1), desiccation (1), desorption (1), diameter (1), Diameter differentiation (1), Digital elevation model (DEM) (1), Diospyros digyna (1), Dispersal syndromes (1), Distribution (1), disturbance (1), Disturbance gradient (1), disturbed soils (1), Dwarf bamboo (1), Dynamics (1), ecosystems (1), ecotones (1), Edge contrast (1), epiphytes (1), Eragrostis poaeoides (1), Eucalyptus plantations (1), Evergreen broad-leaved forest (1), evergreen species (1), Evolutionary conflicts (1), Factor-ceiling distribution (1), fire ecology (1), flowering phenology (1), Fodder (1), Fodder trees (1), Foliar morphological variation (1), forest borders (1), forest canopy (1), Forest conservation (1), Forest density (1), forest ecology (1), forest fires (1), Forest fragmentation (1), forest habitats (1), Forest management (1), forest soils (1), Forest structure (1), Forestry (1), fossil pollen (1), fragmentation (1), Fruiting phenology (1), Gap (1), Garrulus glandarius (1), genetic variation (1), Geographic information system (GIS) (1), geographical distribution (1), Germination (1), Germination rate (1), Global climate change (1), grasslands (1), Growth form (1), habitat fragmentation (1), habitat quality (1), habitats (1), height (1), herbivores (1), Hierarchal cluster analysis (1), Holm oak (1), Holocene (1), Hypoglycaemic plants (1), Intraspecific competition (1), island biogeography (1), land cover land use change (1), land use (1), landscape ecology (1), late Quaternary (1), latitude (1), latitudinal range (1), lead (1), leaf area (1), leaf litter (1), Leaf nutrients (1), Leaf size (1), legume (1), lichens (1), light climate (1), Light environment (1), Light regime (1), linear mixed-effects models (1), litter manipulation (1), litter mixtures (1), logistic selection gradients (1), macroecology (1), Madrean (1), Madrean forest (1), Madrean vegetation (1), manganese (1), Mast seeding (1), Matrix and periodic analyses (1), Mediterranean mountains (1), Mediterranean oak forests (1), Mediterranean woody species (1), Mexican Jay (1), Mexican silviculture (1), microclimate (1), microsite variation (1), Mingling (1), Mistletoe (1), modern analogs (1), modern pollen (1), Montane rain forest (1), morphological plasticity (1), Moss crust (1), mountain woodlands (1), movement in soil (1), Muhlenbergia (1), muhlenbergia macroura (1), mulching (1), Multivariate analysis (1), Mutualism (1), mycorrhizal fungi (1), Native woody plants (1), Natural regeneration (1), Neotropical forests (1), Neotropics (1), nutrient cycle (1), nutrient reserves (1), Oak (1), oak trees (1), Oak–pine (1), Ohwi & Kitagawa (1983) (1), organic matter (1), organomineral horizons (1), packrat middens (1), Pastures (1), phenotype (1), Phenotypic cline (1), phenotypic variation (1), Photo-interpretation (1), photosynthesis (1), Physico-chemical topsoil properties (1), Phyto-geomorphology (1), Pine (1), Pine–oak forest (1), pinus engelmannii (1), Pinus jeffreyi (1), pinus leiophylla (1), Pinus montezumae (1), Pinus patula (1), Pinus sylvestris (Scots pine) (1), pinyon–juniper woodland (1), plant characteristics (1), plant competition (1), plant establishment (1), plant growth (1), plant morphology (1), plant–animal interactions (1), Pleistocene (1), pluvial lakes (1), pollen (1), Polylepis australis (1), population (1), population genetics (1), Postdispersal seed predation (1), Pouteria sapota (1), principal component analysis (1), Productive ecosystems (1), Quercus aliena var. acuteserrata (1), quercus arizonica (1), quercus basaseachicensis (1), Quercus candicans (1), quercus chihuahuensis (1), Quercus coccifera (1), quercus depressipes (1), Quercus emoryi (1), Quercus faginea (1), quercus hypoleucoides (1), Quercus ilex (1), quercus knoblochii (1), Quercus liaotungensis Koidz. (1), Quercus pyrenaica (1), Quercus segoviensis (1), Quercus suber (1), Rainforest management (1), Rapoport's rule (1), ratios (1), Rattlesnake fire (1), recruitment (1), red–far red (1), reintroduction (1), Remote sensing (1), Richness (1), Rzedowski & Rzedowski (1979 (1), Seasonal variation (1), Secondary tropical forests (1), seed predators (1), seed provenance (1), seed zones (1), Seed zoning (1), seedbeds (1), Seed-caching rodents (1), Seedling development (1), seedling herbivory (1), seedling performance (1), Seedling recruitment (1), Seedling survival and growth (1), seed-mass evolution (1), selection episodes (1), Self-thinning rule (1), semi-natural grasslands (1), shade (1), Sheep feeding (1), shrub habit (1), Shrubs (1), Sierra El Carmen (1), Sierra Nevada (1), Smith (1981) (1), social group size (1), soil fauna (1), soil horizons (1), soil penetration resistance (1), Soil–plant relationship (1), Southern Mexico (1), Southwestern US (1), Spatial heterogeneity (1), species (1), species accumulation curves (1), Species assemblages (1), species association (1), Species composition (1), Species interactions (1), species loss (1), Species richness (1), Species-specificity (1), Standley & Williams (1976) and older works cited therein. Plants were identified and voucher specimens deposited at the Herbario-Hortorio of the Centro de Botánica (1), Stochastic simulations (1), Structural stage (1), Surface fire (1), survival curves (1), Sustainable yield (1), taxonomy (1), Temperate forest (1), tephra deposits (1), topping (1), Traditional medicine (1), Transport distance (1), tree age (1), tree and stand measurements (1), tree diversity (1), tree growth (1), Trees (1), tropical forests (1), Tropical highlands (1), Tropical montane forest (1), TWINSPAN (1), Type 2 diabetes (1), Understorey (1), United States (1), vector analysis (1), vegetation history (1), Vegetation structure (1), Veracruz (1), Wildland fuels (1), Wood mice (1), zinc (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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