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

Quercus turbinella

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[Total number of keywords: 547]

 

2,4-D (1), Quercus turbinella (26), Arizona (12), chaparral (7), Quercus gambelii (7), Nitrogen (6), chaparral soils (5), Cercocarpus betuloides (4), Drought (4), Gas production (4), phosphorus (4), soil fertility (4), Utah (4), Chemical composition (3), ectomycorrhizae (3), geographical distribution (3), Holocene (3), hybridization (3), Internet resource AgSpace (3), leaves (3), Monsoon (3), nutrient availability (3), plant litter (3), Sonoran Desert (3), Stable isotopes (3), stomata (3), Achnatherum (2), asci (2), ascospores (2), aspect (2), biogeochemical cycles (2), Browse (2), carbon (2), Chihuahuan desert (2), climate change (2), Cynipidae (2), Developmental variation (2), die-off (2), drought experiment (2), dry matter accumulation (2), endophytic fungi, attack on leaf gallers (2), Feeding and nutrition (2), fine scale processes in land degradation (2), fire effects (2), fires (2), flora (2), Foraging ecology (2), Forda formicaria (2), Forda marginata (2), Fuel load (2), fungal anatomy (2), fungi, role in communities and ecosystems (2), Gall (2), galls (2), Grazing (2), herbicides (2), herbiovores of aboveground tissues, interacting in diverse ways (2), herbivore interaction with mycorrhizal, endophytic fungi (2), Histological study (2), hybrids (2), hyphae (2), In vitro digestibility (2), Introduced species (2), Juniper (2), Juniperus osteosperma (2), key processes, regulating soil and landscape functions (2), land use change and functions affected (2), land use impact on processes in catchments (2), landuse, runoff, erosion and water storage (2), losses from soil (2), Mammals (2), model systems, interaction among plants, mycorrhizal fungi, herbivores (2), Mortality (2), mutualism (2), Mycorrhiza (2), mycorrhizal fungi and herbivores, no direct interaction (2), mycorrhizal fungi, and performance of oak herbivores (2), Neotyphodium and herbivores, interactions with one another (2), Neotyphodium–grass systems, endophytes, herbivores, mycorrhizal fungi (2), new species (2), nitrogen content (2), nitrogen fixation (2), Nutritive value (2), observer and multi-level phenomenon (2), Packrat midden (2), packrat middens (2), Paracletus cimiciformis (2), piñon (2), Pinus edulis (2), Pinus, herbivore impact on EMF, lesser effect of EMF on herbivores (2), Pisolithus tinctorius (2), Pistacia (2), Pleistocene (2), Prescribed herbivory (2), protection function of land and erosion (2), Rarity (2), Sheep (2), soil (2), soil erosion (2), soil structure and stability components (2), species differences (2), Sperry model (2), Tannin (2), taxonomy (2), vegetation (2), Vegetation management (2), vegetation patterns, responses to land degradation (2), vigil network sites in the USA (2), watersheds (2), Abies concolor (1), acid soils (1), Acorn maturation (1), Ambrosia deltoidea (1), Ambrosia dumosa (1), ammonium compounds (1), ammonium nitrogen (1), Anon. (1993) for conifers (1), Ant–gall interactions (1), arboreta (1), Arid ecosystems (1), bedrock (1), Betula lenta (1), biodegradation (1), Biogenic volatile organic compounds (1), biogeography (1), biological control (1), biomass (1), biomes (1), bog oak (1), botanical gardens (1), botany (1), Braun-Blanquet approach (1), browsing (1), brush control (1), burnt soils (1), burnt versus unburnt soils (1), California (1), Canonical Correspondence Analysis (1), carbon isotope composition (1), Cattle (1), causal modelling (1), Cercocarpus montanus (1), Chamber experiment (1), chaparral control (1), Chloride (1), Climatic variability (1), Climax forest (1), Clipping (1), Colorado (1), comparisons (1), construction cost (1), container-grown plants (1), controlled grazing (1), Conversion (1), correlation (1), deciduous tree (1), Defoliation (1), Delayed precipitation (1), Desert habitats (1), diatoms (1), Distribution (1), Diversity (1), Dodonea viscosa (1), Dry tropical highlands (1), ecological balance (1), ecological niche modelling (1), ecosystems (1), Emission factor (1), Emory oak (1), Entisols (1), environmental factors (1), environmental variability (1), Ephedra nevadensis (1), Evergreen (1), evergreen tree (1), factor analysis (1), Feeding behaviour (1), Field experiment (1), Fire (1), floristics (1), forest hydrology (1), forest soils (1), gall communities (1), gall diameter (1), gas exchange (1), genetic diversity (1), genetic structure (1), Geographic information systems (1), Goat (1), goats (1), Grassland (1), grazing intensity (1), Greenway planning (1), Habitat fragmentation (1), herbicidal properties (1), herbicide mixtures (1), herbicide rates (1), herbivores (1), Herbivory (1), Hordeum vulgare (1), host plants (1), humidity (1), hydrophobicity (1), indicator species (1), Insect (1), insect galls (1), Internet resource (1), Isoprene (1), Juniper monosperma (1), Juniperus monosperma (1), Kartesz (1994) (1), Kearney & Peebles (1960) (1), Kearney & Peebles (1960) and McDougall (1973) (1), land productivity (1), landscape genetics (1), Larrea tridentata (1), last glacial maximum (1), leaf area index (1), leaf gas exchange (1), Leaf habit (1), leaf margin analysis (LMA) (1), Leaf temperature (1), Learning (1), macroinvertebrates (1), manual weed control (1), Mediterranean-type climate (1), Mexico (1), microbial colonization (1), microbial ecology (1), microclimate (1), mid-Holocene (1), mine spoil (1), mineralization (1), Monoterpene (1), Muller's oak (1), Multi-Response Permutation Procedure (1), mycorrhizal colonization (1), mycorrhizal fungi (1), Neighbour effect (1), Nematodes (1), Neotoma (1), Nevada (1), nitrate nitrogen (1), nitrates (1), nitrogen-fixing bacteria (1), Nixon & Steele (1981) (1), North America (1), nutrient content (1), Oak (1), Oak forests (1), oak galls (1), oak trees (1), Oak woodlands (1), Omyrus (1), organisms (1), Pacific Forest (1), paleoclimate (1), Paleohydrology (1), parasitism (1), parasitoids (1), Pathogens (1), pesticide application (1), Peziza (1), peziza quercicola (1), Pezizales (1), phenology (1), Phenology: San Bernardino Mountains (1), phenotypic selection (1), Photosynthetically active radiation (1), physicochemical properties (1), phytophagous insects (1), phytotoxicity (1), Piñon pine (1), picloram (1), Piñon pine (1), Pinus oaxacana (1), Pinus ponderosa (1), plant anatomy (1), Plant association (1), plant breeding (1), plant collections (1), plant functional types (1), plant genetics (1), plant macrofossil data (1), plant morphology (1), plant physiology (1), Plant Science and Plant Products (1), plant-insect relations (1), plants (1), plant-water relations (1), pollen data (1), predicted distribution (1), prescribed burning (1), Q. castanea (1), Quaternary (1), Quebracho (1), Quercus (1), Quercus acutifolia (1), Quercus emoryi (1), Quercus ilex (1), Quercus macrocarpa (1), Quercus pubescens (1), range management (1), Recharge (1), reforestation (1), Regeneration (1), regolith (1), regrowth (1), response surface model (1), Rhus virens (1), Root (1), saprolite (1), Seedling (1), seedling nutrition (1), Semi-desert (1), Sevilleta LTER (1), shrub-live oak-mixed shrub vegetation (1), shurb-live-oak juniper woodland vegetation (1), Sierra San Pedro Mártir (1), Sierra San Pedro Mártir (1), site factors (1), size class (1), soil density (1), soil depth (1), soil heterogeneity (1), soil hydrology (1), soil organic matter (1), soil properties (1), south-western USA (1), species distribution models (1), Stability (1), stems (1), stocking rate (1), streams (1), stress conditions (1), subsurface layers (1), Succession (1), Suitability analysis (1), surface layers (1), sweet birch (1), Syntaxonomy (1), synthetic floras (1), Tannins (1), temperature (1), trees (1), trophic relationships (1), United States (1), Vadose-zone hydrology (1), vegetation changes (1), vegetation types (1), vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizae (1), vigor (1), Water potential (1), water quality (1), water relations (1), water repellency (1), water use efficiency (1), water yield augmentation (1), watershed management (1), weathering (1), western North America (1), wildfire (1), Woodland (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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