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

Quercus stellata

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4C-A (2), Quercus stellata (67), Quercus marilandica (20), Climate change (19), Quercus alba (17), Texas (16), drought (13), Juniperus virginiana (11), seedlings (11), Dendrochronology (10), Mortality (10), Oklahoma (10), Prescribed fire (10), Succession (10), Disturbance (9), prescribed burning (9), Quercus (9), Fire (8), Oak (8), Vegetation (8), Arkansas (7), Competition (7), forests (7), Illinois (7), Carya (6), forest ecology (6), Forest ecosystems (6), forest inventory and analysis (6), forest trees (6), invasive species (6), LANDIS (6), photosynthesis (6), Pinus echinata (6), Quercus falcata (6), Quercus velutina (6), species diversity (6), understory (6), water stress (6), brush control (5), Carbon sequestration (5), Coarse woody debris (5), Coastal Plain (5), Cross Timbers (5), drought tolerance (5), fire ecology (5), forest inventory (5), Forest management (5), growth (5), LAI (5), LIDAR (5), Pinus taeda (5), PLFA (5), Tree age (5), trees (5), woody plants (5), Acer saccharum (4), Biomass (4), botanical composition (4), browse (4), Climate (4), Coleoptera (4), equations (4), Fire exclusion (4), Fire frequency (4), Fire suppression (4), Forest (4), forest stands (4), gas exchange (4), Juglans nigra (4), Leaf area index (4), Loblolly pine (4), Mississippi (4), Missouri (4), Precipitation (4), Quercus rubra (4), recruitment (4), Restoration (4), savannas (4), Schizachyrium scoparium (4), silviculture (4), Tallgrass prairie (4), tebuthiuron (4), temperature (4), Tree ring (4), vegetation management (4), American burying beetle (3), basal area (3), branches (3), Brandies (3), deciduous forests (3), dendroecology (3), dispersal (3), Eastern United States (3), Endangered species (3), environmental factors (3), Festuca arundinacea (3), Fire history (3), Fire management (3), Fire severity (3), Forest dynamics (3), Forest fires (3), geographical distribution (3), global change (3), golden-cheeked warbler (3), Habitat (3), height (3), heterogeneity (3), Internet resource (3), Inventory (3), Latitude (3), leaves (3), Logistic regression (3), Longleaf pine (3), Long-lived trees (3), Mediterranean (3), New England (3), Nicrophorus americanus (3), Old growth (3), Olive tree (3), ozone (3), prairies (3), prediction (3), Quercus coccinea (3), Quercus montana (3), Quercus nigra (3), Quercus virginiana (3), regression analysis (3), Risk (3), Savanna (3), Shortleaf pine (3), simulation (3), Single-tree selection (3), soil moisture (3), South Carolina (3), spatial distribution (3), Species richness (3), stems (3), stomatal conductance (3), toxicity (3), Tree growth (3), Tree migration (3), Tree rings (3), United States (3), wildlife (3), wood (3), woodlands (3), Acanthocinini (2), Acer rubrum (2), acid rain (2), Advance reproduction (2), Aggregate height (2), Agriculture (2), Airborne laser (2), Alabama (2), Allometric scaling theory (2), Amino-acid production (2), Assisted migration (2), Bayesian logistic regression (2), Beetle (2), Behavior (2), Bell–Jarman principle (2), Bioenergy (2), biogeography (2), Bostrichidae (2), Bothriochloa ischaemum (2), bottomland hardwoods (2), Bushfires (2), C/N (2), Caddo (2), Calibration (2), canopy assimilation (2), Canopy bulk density (2), Canopy cover (2), Canopy fuels (2), canopy gaps (2), Carbon accounting (2), carbon isotope (2), Carbonate shelf (2), carya texana (2), Carya tomentosa (2), Cerambycidae (2), Charcoal (2), chemical attractant (2), Chestnut wood (2), cluster analysis (2), conservation (2), Conservation biology (2), contact (2), Cornus florida (2), DBH (2), Decision support system (2), decline (2), decoy (2), defoliation (2), dendroclimatology (2), Density management (2), detectability (2), diameter (2), Diameter growth (2), disease (2), distance sampling (2), Diversity (2), domestic swine (2), drying method (2), Eastern forest (2), Ecological restoration (2), Edge effects (2), EF-scale (2), encounter rate (2), E-scale (2), establishment (2), estimation (2), Facilitated migration (2), feral swine (2), fire regime (2), Fire scars (2), fires (2), food plants (2), Forest biomass (2), forest communities (2), Forest composition (2), Forest health (2), Fuel reduction (2), Fujita scale (2), General Land Office (2), Genetic algorithm (2), Georgia (2), GPS collar (2), grassland (2), Great Plains (2), ground vegetation (2), growth rate (2), growth rings (2), Habitat conservation (2), habitat selection (2), Habitat suitability index (2), habitat use (2), Hardiness zones (2), Hardwood (2), heathlands (2), Herbaceous vegetation (2), hierarchy (2), Historical forests (2), history (2), hydrolysable tannins (2), ICESat/GLAS (2), IFS (2), incidence (2), Indiana (2), Insect outbreaks (2), Internet resource AgSpace (2), Kisatchie National Forest (2), Landsat (2), landscape ecology (2), Landscape management (2), Large woody debris (2), leaf litter (2), leaf water potential (2), Limnorid (2), line transect (2), Loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) (2), longhorned beetle (2), Louisiana (2), Lower Mississippi River Alluvial Valley (2), Macro elements (2), Marine environment (2), Mark Twain National Forest (2), Maturation (2), mesophication (2), Metabolic scaling (2), Metabolic theory of ecology (2), Midstory development (2), Mixed-model (2), Mobility (2), MODIS (2), Morphodynamics (2), Most-frequent fire hypothesis (2), Multi-sensor fusion (2), Native Americans (2), natural regeneration (2), net assimilation rate (2), New Jersey Pine Barrens (2), Nitrogen (2), nitrogen content (2), nitrogen deposition (2), Nitrogen mineralization (2), North American forests (2), North Carolina (2), nutrient availability (2), nutritive value (2), Oak regeneration (2), Oak wood (2), Oak-hickory forests (2), Opal phytoliths (2), Ordination (2), ortstein (2), Osage Nation (2), osmotic pressure (2), Ouachita Mountains (2), oversowing (2), overwintering (2), Ozarks (2), Paleosols (2), Palmer Drought Severity Index (PDSI) (2), Path analysis (2), pedon (2), Persistent organic pollutants (2), petroferric contact (2), Petrudepts (2), Phenology (2), pheromone (2), photosynthetic photon flux density (PPFD) (2), pine savanna (2), Pinus (2), plant characteristics (2), plant communities (2), plant functional type (2), plant functional types (2), Podocarpus latifolius (2), Polychlorinated dibenzofurans (2), Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins (2), PROMETHEE (2), Public lands management (2), pyric herbivory (2), quarantine (2), Quercus laevis (2), Quercus leucotrichophora (2), quercus michauxii (2), rain (2), range boundaries (2), range management (2), range overlap (2), Red-cockaded woodpeckers (Picoides borealis) (2), Reference condition (2), Regeneration (2), Regression tree analysis (2), Relative density (2), Relative shade tolerance (2), riparian vegetation (2), roads (2), roots (2), rumen-reticulum capacity (2), ruminants (2), sandplain grassland (2), sap flux (2), Saturation hypothesis (2), scale (2), scaling relationships (2), Sciurus niger (2), seasonal variation (2), Seed dispersal (2), Shortleaf pine (Pinus echinata) (2), shrubs (2), Simulation model (2), soil analysis (2), Soil bulk density (2), Soil carbon (2), soil depth (2), Soil microbial ecology (2), Southern hemisphere (2), Spatial assessment (2), Species composition (2), Sporormiella (2), spring (2), Stable carbon isotopes (2), stand characteristics (2), stand density (2), Stand development (2), Stand dynamics (2), Standwise calibration (2), stomata (2), Stored-products pest (2), Structural equation modeling (2), structure (2), Sugarcane burning (2), Summer drought (2), Supply chain (2), survey effort (2), Sus scrofa (2), tannins (2), Taphonomy (2), taxonomy (2), Temperate forests (2), Temporal stand replacement model (2), Tennessee (2), Teredinid (2), territory (2), The Missouri Ozarks (2), Timber product output (2), topographic moisture (2), Trace elements (2), tree and stand measurements (2), Tree biomass (2), tree forage quality (2), tree injection (2), Tree modelling (2), tree mortality (2), Tree species migration (2), tree squirrel (2), Tree volume (2), tree–grass interactions (2), turgor (2), Urban (2), urban ecology (2), Vaccinium (2), Validation (2), Vegetation change (2), vegetation types (2), Virgin forests (2), White oak (2), wild turkey (2), Wind speed scale (2), Wood jams (2), Wood specific gravity (2), Woodland (2), aboveground biomass (1), abscisic acid (1), Acer (1), acid deposition (1), Activated charcoal (1), adaptation (1), additive partitioning (1), Age effects (1), Ageing (1), aggregation pheromone (1), agricultural land restoration (1), Agrilus (1), Agrilus bilineatus (1), Agro-industrial byproduct supplements (1), AIC (1), air pollution (1), alternate food plants (1), ammonia (1), Ammonia emissions (1), analysis (1), anatomy and morphology (1), Ancient forests (1), animal behavior (1), animal ecology (1), animal renal damage, fluid/electrolyte imbalance and acidosis (1), anthelmintic (1), Anthonomus grandis (1), Anthropogenic (1), anthropogenic activities (1), Anthropogenic disturbance (1), Arbuscular mycorrhizae (1), Arkansas’ Boston Mountains (1), Aroma compounds (1), Aroma profile (1), Arsenic (1), Artificial olfaction (1), Asclepias (1), Asclepias viridiflora (1), Ashe juniper (1), Aster (1), Aster ptarmicoides (1), bacteria (1), Bagging (1), bark (1), Barrier islands (1), beta diversity (1), biogeochemical cycles (1), biological resistance (1), biomass production (1), Biomechanical effects (1), biparental care (1), bloat (1), blue jay (1), body size (1), bog oak (1), botanical surveys (1), bottomland hardwood restoration (1), Brandy (1), breeding (1), Broken tree (1), Buffalo National River (1), burrowing mammals (1), C3 or C4 plant (1), Ca/Mg ratio (1), calcium (1), Calcium hydroxide (1), calcium hydroxide supplementation (1), callirhoe involucrata (1), canebrake rattlesnake (1), cankers (1), Canonical correspondence analysis (1), canopy (1), Canopy gap (1), Cape Cod (1), Carbon (1), Carbon budget (1), Carbon cycle (1), Carbon cycling (1), Carex (1), Carex crawei (1), Carex pensylvanica (1), Carya glabra (1), Carya spp (1), Catastrophe (1), CCA (1), Central Hardwood Forests (1), Chestnut (1), Chiroptera (1), Cistus salvifolius (1), classification (1), classification and regression tree analysis (CART) (1), claypan soils (1), Clearcut (1), clearcut logging (1), clearcuts (1), Clearcutting (1), Clidemia hirta (1), climate sensitivity (1), Climatic envelope models (1), climatic limitation (1), climatic species groups (1), Climatic stress (1), closure (1), Coarse woody type (1), coastal environment (1), coastal oak forest (1), coastal sandplain (1), Coexistence (1), communal nursing (1), Community classification (1), compatibility (1), Competitive interactions (1), complexing (1), Composition changes (1), conservation and management (1), controls (1), corn (1), cotalpa conclamara (1), Cronartium quercuum (1), Cross-dating (1), Crotalus (1), Crotalus adamanteus (1), Crotalus horridus (1), Crown base height (1), Crown diameter (1), Crown fire (1), Cryphonectria parasitica (1), DCA (1), dead wood (1), decay fungi (1), decayed wood (1), Decomposition (1), deforestation (1), demographic structure (1), Dendrochemistry (1), density (1), Depth (1), Desmodium (1), detection probability (1), detection–nondetection survey (1), deterministic extinction process (1), diagnostic characters of families (1), diagnostic characters, as a quick guide and taxonomic manual supplement (1), diameter at breast height (1), diarrhoea (1), dicamba (1), Dickcissel (1), diet switching (1), Diospyros virginiana (1), Discriminant analysis (1), disease distribution (1), disease surveys (1), disease transmission (1), Disturbance ecology (1), Disturbance history (1), dry weight (1), duration (1), eastern diamondback rattlesnake (1), Eastern North America (1), Eastern US (1), Eco-industrial park (1), ecoinformatics (1), Ecological classification (1), ecological competition (1), ecological invasion (1), Ecological land type (1), Ecological landtypes (1), Ecosystem disturbance (1), ecosystem management (1), Ecosystems (1), ecotones (1), edaphic factors (1), eddy-covariance (1), Edwards Plateau (1), El Niño (1), Electronic nose detection (1), Elemental concentration (1), elemental markers (1), elevated CO2 (1), Enrichment planting (1), Environmental characteristics (1), environmental effects (1), equilibrium (1), Eucalyptus spp. (1), Exotic species (1), exotic species control (1), factors models (1), Fagaceae (1), Fagaceae trees/shrubs, deciduous/evergreen and monoecious (1), Fagus toxicity problems, rare and little known (1), fat body (1), Fecal equation (1), feeding (1), feeding habits (1), Fine woody debris (1), Fine-textured soils (1), Fire behavior (1), fire effects (1), Fire frequency model (1), fire hazard reduction (1), fire intervals (1), Fire season (1), Fire strategy (1), Fire surrogates (1), Flammability (1), Flatwoods (1), flora (1), Florida (1), Florida sandhill (1), floristic treatments, facilitating species identification (1), floristics (1), Flowering dogwood (1), Foliar chemistry (1), forage (1), forbs (1), forest decline (1), Forest floor (1), forest habitats (1), forest land hydrology (1), Forest landscape model (1), forest ownership (1), forest regeneration (1), Forest stand dynamics (1), forest thinning (1), Forest type (1), forestry (1), fox squirrel (1), Fraxinus americana (1), Fraxinus pennsylvanica (1), freezing-induced embolism (1), frequency (1), fuel load (1), fuel loading (1), fuels (1), fuelwood (1), Functional regression (1), Furanic derivatives (1), Gaylussacia baccata (1), gender differences (1), geographic information system (1), Geographic information systems (1), geographical varation (1), GIS (1), GLOBCARBON (1), glyphosate (1), Goat (1), Goat kids (1), goats (1), Gossypium hirsutum (1), GPP (1), Grapevines (1), grasses (1), grassland fires (1), grassland improvement (1), grasslands (1), Great Plains region (1), greenhouse production (1), ground cover plants (1), Ground flora (1), Group selection (1), guild (1), habitat diversity (1), habitat preferences (1), habitat specificity (1), habitats (1), hardwood forests (1), HARVEST (1), Harvesting (1), heartwood (1), heat production (1), Height bins (1), Hemiptera (1), Hemispherical photograph (1), herbaceous plants (1), herbicides (1), Herbivory (1), hexazinone (1), Hierarchical modeling (1), Historical ecology (1), Holocene (1), home range (1), Host association (1), host plants (1), host-plant finding (1), hosts (1), HPLC method (1), Hurricane Katrina (1), Hurricanes (1), hydraulic architecture (1), Hydraulic conductance (1), hydrologic factors (1), Hypoxylon (1), imazapyr (1), indicator species (1), Indicators for nitrate (1), Individual-based model (1), Industrial ecology (1), infection (1), inland wetlands (1), interval scales (1), introduced plants (1), invasive plants (1), irrigation (1), Joyce Kilmer-Slickrock Wilderness (1), Juglans cinerea (1), Keetch-Byram drought index (KBDI) (1), Kentucky (1), keys and forking path, taking the correct path at each fork (1), Land classification (1), Land units (1), Land use (1), Land use history (1), Landform mapping (1), landscape (1), Landscape analysis (1), Landscape dynamics (1), Landscape model (1), Landscape position (1), Landscape-scales (1), LANDSUM (1), land-use (1), LaPorte precipitation anomaly (1), Lasiurus cinereus (1), leaching (1), Leaching losses (1), leaf and root coordination (1), leaf conductance (1), leaf margin analysis (LMA) (1), leaf scorch (1), leaf traits (1), Lespedeza (1), lespedeza bicolor (1), lesser grain borer (1), Lianas (1), life cycle (organisms) (1), Liquidambar formosana (1), Liquidambar styraciflua (1), Liriodendron tulipifera (1), Loblolly-shortleaf pine (1), logarithmic model (1), Logistic regression Redoak (1), Longleaf pine ecosystems (1), low flow (1), lowland forests (1), magnesium (1), Manual tending (1), Markov decision process (1), Maryland (1), Massachusetts (1), mathematical models (1), mature pine (1), measurement (1), Mechanical treatment (1), Mediterranean shrubs (1), metabolism (1), methane (1), Military land use (1), Military training (1), mineral content (1), mineralization (1), Missouri flora (1), Missouri Ozarks (1), Mixed angiosperm–conifer forests (1), Mixed angiosperm–conifer forests (1), mixed stands (1), model validation (1), MOFEP (1), Mohlenbrock (1986) (1), Monitoring (1), Mortality mechanism (1), Movement (1), Multifactor land classification (1), Multi-resource evaluation (1), multivariate data (1), MUSE (1), Mycorrhizae (1), national forests (1), natural resource management (1), Nests (1), net nitrogen mineralization (1), net primary production (1), Neural network (1), new geographic records (1), New Jersey Pinelands (1), new species (1), niche breadth (1), NIRS equation (1), nitrate nitrogen (1), nitrogen isotope (1), nominal random variables (1), nondestructive methods (1), nonstomatal limitation (1), North America (1), nutrient cycling (1), nutrient reserves (1), Nutrition (1), nutritional effects (1), Oak foliage and acorns, forage and mast for livestock/wildlife (1), oak intoxication, diseases of cattle/sheep and goats (1), Oak seedlings (1), oak trees (1), Oak-hickory (1), Oak–juniper woodlands (1), Oak-pine (1), observation, of two/three easily observable characters (1), occupancy (1), Ohio (1), ordinal random variables (1), orientation (1), Osmotic adjustment (1), Ouachita National Forest (1), overstory (1), oviposition (1), Ozark flora (1), Ozark Highlands (1), Ozark Mountains (1), parasites (1), parent-offspring behavioral coordination (1), Partial correlation analysis (1), Particle-induced X-ray emission (PIXE) (1), patch dynamics (1), Peanut meal (1), pecan (1), Pedodiversity (1), pesticides (1), Phenolic acids (1), Phenolic aldehydes (1), Phillyrea latifolia (1), physiological effects (1), picloram (1), pine–oak woodland (1), Pinus halepensis (1), Pinus uncinata (1), Pinus virginiana (1), Pisolithus tinctorius (1), pitch pine (1), pith (1), Plant biogeography (1), Plant chemotaxonomy (1), plant community analysis (1), Plant community ecology (1), plant competition (1), plant damage (1), plant density (1), plant dispersal (1), plant ecology (1), plant establishment (1), plant growth (1), plant health (1), plant morphology (1), plant pests (1), plant range types (1), Pleistocene (1), Point pattern analysis (1), pollen (1), pollen analysis (1), Polyethylene glycol (1), population (1), prairie (1), prairie-forest border (1), precipitation measurement (1), precipitation patterns (1), predictive model (1), Predictive performance (1), prevention (1), primate nest building (1), Probability (1), proteins (1), Prunus serotina (1), Public Land Survey (1), Pyracantha (1), Pyrenees (1), Quercus acutissima (1), quercus aquatica (1), quercus elliottii (1), quercus fusiformis (1), quercus humilis (1), Quercus intoxication, associated with tannin action, polyphenolic (1), Quercus laurifolia (1), quercus lyrata (1), Quercus macrocarpa (1), Quercus pagoda (1), Quercus phellos (1), quercus pumila (1), Quercus rubra L. (1), quercus sempervirens (1), Quercus shumardii (1), quercus sinuata (1), Quercus spp (1), Quercus spp. (1), quercus villosa (1), Quercus, of the northern hemisphere in the Old and New World (1), Radial growth rate (1), Radial profile (1), Radiotelemetry (1), Random Forest (1), Random Forests (1), rangeland (1), Reclamation (1), recognition of plant families, and their relation to unknown ones (1), recovery (1), Red-cockaded Woodpecker (1), Redundancy analysis (1), Relative growth rate (1), Remnant (1), remnant post oak (1), reproduction (1), reptiles (1), Resource competition (1), Restoration ecology (1), restoration management (1), Richness–area analysis (1), Riparian zone (1), Ripley's K function (1), risk assessment (1), risk factors (1), root signaling (1), root–shoot communication (1), Rosmarinus officinalis (1), Rutherford backscattering spectrometry (RBS) (1), Sandplain shrubland (1), Sapium sebiferum (1), Saponins (1), sapwood (1), Scale-invariant (1), seed germination (1), seed productivity (1), seedbed preparation (1), Self-thinning (1), Sensory profile (1), serpentine soils (1), Shelterwood (1), shoots (1), shrublands (1), Sideroxylon (1), Sideroxylon lanuginosum (1), silage (1), SIMPPLE (1), Simulation modeling (1), Sipsey Wilderness (1), site factors (1), site preparation (1), small catchments (1), small mammal abundance (1), Small mammals (1), Small ruminants (1), Smith (1988) (1), Snags (1), Soil (1), soil chemistry (1), soil fertility (1), soil horizons (1), Soil microbial communities (1), Soil nitrogen cycling (1), Soil organic carbon (1), soil pH (1), soil respiration (1), Soil types (1), soil water content (1), soil water movement (1), soil water potential (1), soil water retention (1), soilless culture (1), soils (1), south-east U.S.A. (1), Southeastern mixed pine hardwood forest (1), Southeastern United States (1), southern Appalachians (1), SPA model (1), spatial pattern (1), Spatial patterns (1), Spatial variability (1), Species abundance model (1), species differences (1), Species distribution modeling (1), Species frequency (1), species of Quercus, as potentially toxic (1), Species shifts (1), specific gravity (1), spore dispersal (1), spores (1), Sporobolus (1), Sporobolus neglectus (1), Stand reconstruction (1), stand structure (1), Standing dead tree (1), statistical models (1), stem profile equations (1), step-like transition (1), stored products pest (1), stormflows (1), streamflow (1), stress response (1), Structural analysis (1), structure–activity relationships (1), sugars (1), suitability (1), sulfates (1), summer (1), Sunshine duration (1), Surface-mining (1), Surrogate (1), Sustainability (1), symptomatic treatment for renal tubular function recovery (1), symptoms (1), synonyms (1), synthetic floras (1), tall fescue (1), taxonomic key, and its couplets/indented/ bracketed keys (1), taxonomic keys, for identification of plant families/genera (1), Temperate and boreal forests (1), temperate broad-leaved forests (1), Terminalia oblongata (1), terminology (1), Terpenes (1), thermal properties of wood (1), Tianshan Mountains (1), Timber harvest (1), tissues (1), Toasting (1), Toasting level (1), Tolerance (1), Tornado (1), toxic plant identification (1), Toxicodendron radicans (1), transition zones (1), transpiration (1), trap bait (1), treatments (1), tree classes (1), tree crown (1), Tree height (1), tree line (1), Tree range retreat (1), Tree size (1), Tree species distributions (1), tree species range shifts (1), tree trunk (1), tree-grass dynamics (1), Tree-ring analysis (1), Tree-ring chronology (1), Tree-rings (1), triclopyr (1), Tropical forests (1), Ulmus alata (1), Ulmus pumila (1), Upland oak forest (1), Uprooted tree (1), vaccinium stamineum (1), VDDT (1), vegetation dynamics (1), vegetation history (1), vessel diameters (1), Virgina, United States (1), Visual grading (1), Vitis rotundifolia (1), Volatiles (1), volunteer vegetation (1), vulnerability to cavitation (1), water content (1), Water potential (1), water use efficiency (1), watershed hydrology (1), watershed management (1), weed control (1), weight (1), wetland boundary delineations (1), wetland transition zones (1), wheat (1), which follows Peet (1993). Vouchers for each species were collected and deposited at the University of Central Florida herbarium (1), White-tail deer (1), width (1), wildfires (1), Wildland fire (1), wildland fire management (1), wildlife damage (1), wildlife habitats (1), Windstorm (1), Witchita Mountains Wildlife Refuge (1), wood chemistry (1), wood chips (1), Wood density (1), Wood extracts (1), Woodland range (1), woodland soils (1), woody biomass (1), woody flora (1), Woody sample identification (1), woody weeds (1), Wunderlin (1982) except for Aristida beyrichiana (1), Xylella fastidiosa (1)

 

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